As air traffic resumes in Europe, Gwen Ifill talks to Ray Suarez about the hundreds of thousands of passengers still stranded and struggling to get to their destinations.
Some stranded travelers in Europe got relief as air traffic resumed over the United Kingdom for the first time in nearly a week. Ray Suarez reports from London on the ongoing aftermath of the volcano's eruption.
Officials announced limited air traffic may resume on Tuesday, five days after volcanic ash grounded much of the air traffic in and out of Northern Europe. Ray Suarez reports from London.
By Larisa Epatko
The Icelandic volcano, located under a glacier, is spewing water vapor and fine-grained ash that can be damaging to aircraft engines. Derrick Ryall of the British Meteorological Office explains the challenges of measuring the size of the plume, where it…
An ash plume from an erupting glacial volcano in Iceland continues to cause problems for airports worldwide. Ray Suarez reports from London on the dangers the volcanic ash poses for air travel.
For historical perspective on the Icelandic volcano eruption, Jeffrey Brown talks to Simon Winchester, author of "Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August 27, 1883," about the massive 19th century eruption's impact on health, the economy and even art and…
A giant cloud of ash from a glacial volcano in Iceland grounded hundreds of flights across northern Europe. Kylie Morris of Independent Television News provides an update on when air traffic might resume.
By PBS NewsHour
Iceland's coalition government collapsed Monday under the pressure of the country's financial meltdown, the first government to fall as a direct result of the worldwide economic crisis.
Stock markets fell Wednesday on news of weak corporate earnings and continued fears of a global recession. Economic analysts and reporters discuss the market's fall and the worldwide impact of the financial crisis.
By Jonas Moody
The impact of the global economic crisis has been particularly evident in Iceland with the nation itself left on the verge of bankruptcy. To minimize losses of investments in Icelandic banks, the British government took action to freeze assets of…
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