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As the war between Israel and Hezbollah comes to an end, Israeli soldiers express anger over the loss of their comrades who were called into active duty from the reserves.
Although Iran said Tuesday the country is willing to enter negotiations over its nuclear program, it did not indicate whether it would suspend uranium enrichment activities. Analysts discuss possible implications.
Photographers Tyler Hicks and Rina Castelnuovo of The New York Times describe their experiences covering the Middle East conflict over the last month in Lebanon and Israel.
Three days into a cease-fire between Israel and Hezbollah, many readers and viewers continue to debate the perceived bias in the coverage of the Middle East conflict. Media experts analyze the reasons behind the perceptions of bias in the war's…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
President Jacques Chirac said France would only deploy 400 troops to Lebanon even as U.N. officials said they hoped for more troops from the country slated to lead the force to end the clashes between Israeli soldiers and Hezbollah militants.
France agreed Wednesday to lead a U.N. peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon, while the Lebanese cabinet voted to start moving 15,000 troops to the region. U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Mark Malloch Brown discusses the U.N. effort.
By PBS NewsHour
Israel began pulling its troops out of southern Lebanon Tuesday and made plans to hand over territory to U.N. peacekeeping forces and the Lebanese army on the second day of a delicate cease-fire tested by skirmishes and rocket fire.
After Lebanon and Israel agreed to a U.N.-brokered cease-fire, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert declared Hezbollah crippled and vowed to still pursue its leaders, while Hezbollah head Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah claimed victory. Middle East experts discuss the cease-fire and its…
The U.N. Security Council moved to authorize the deployment of 15,000 troops to enforce a proposed truce between Israel and Hezbollah militants in southern Lebanon. Experts discuss efforts to end the violence.
Israel moved Wednesday to broaden its offensive into Lebanon to try to destroy Hezbollah strongholds, after naming a new commander to oversee the war. Experts analyze why the Israeli government took these steps.
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