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Nearly 10 years after the 9/11 attacks and with the American military involved in multiple Muslim nations, a Gallup survey showed strong positive feelings among Muslim-Americans about their prospects in this country. Ray Suarez discusses the poll's findings with Mohamed…
Indonesia is an evolving, prospering democracy, but the country continues to struggle with corruption and economic inequality. Ray Suarez reports.
Margaret Warner talks to Homeland Security committee member Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., the first Muslim member of Congress, about Thursday's controversial hearing about the radicalization of Muslims within the United States.
President Obama returned to Indonesia, where he spent a portion of his childhood, encouraging the U.S. to build stronger ties with the most populous Muslim nation in the world without focusing solely on security. Margret Warner has more.
NPR's decision to fire news analyst Juan Williams this week over controversial comments he made on Fox News have raised big questions on media, ethics and opinion. Jeffrey Brown talks to a panel of experts for insight.
Pastor Terry Jones and his 50-member congregation in Florida plan to burn copies of the Quran to mark the ninth anniversary of 9/11. Gen. David Petraeus warned that could put American military lives in danger and empower extremists. Others said…
As the nearly two-decade-old political turmoil continues in the troubled East African nation of Somalia, Jeffrey Brown has a rare look into the failed state's clashing militias and humanitarian crises with New York Times reporter Jeffrey Gettleman.
Kwame Holman reports on the growing divide between the U.S. and longtime ally Turkey, as the country seeks to establish foreign policy independence through its recent fuel swap negotiations with Iran.
The Nigerian military is asking for patience as it tries to contain the escalating violence that left as many as 500 people dead Sunday. Gwen Ifill talks to American University's Patrick Ukata and the president of The Fund for Peace,…
The United Nations and human rights groups are calling for swift punishment in Nigeria after a bloody clash between Muslims and Christians that left as many as 500 people dead on Sunday, as the country's unstable government tries to contain…
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