In other news Wednesday, the government of Iran warned organizers of a rally to support Egyptian protesters that their event is a political act that threatens to divide Iran. In northern Iraq, three car bombings killed at least seven people…
An estimated 250,000 people gathered in Cairo after the release of a Google executive re-energized anti-government demonstrations. Margaret Warner speaks with Ahmed Zewail, an Egyptian-American professor and Nobel laureate chemist, who is serving as an unofficial mediator between the government…
Tens of thousands of protesters convened in Cairo for what was called a "day of departure" for President Hosni Mubarak, but he continues to reject calls to leave office immediately. Writer and blogger Wael Nawara, a key opposition figure, tells…
Margaret Warner, newly arrived in Cairo, gives her assessment of events on the ground in Egypt as thugs, who many believe are linked to the government, attack protestors, journalists and Westerners.
A judge in Florida listened to arguments filed by 20 attorneys general who are challenging the validity of a new health reform law. Gwen Ifill talks to reporters for more.
In the face of fears over growing debt, several European countries have announced major spending cuts amid widespread opposition from the public. Jeffrey Brown speaks with an economist and a reporter about Europe's debt crisis and its financial future.
Supporters of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya took to the streets of Tegucigalpa, as the new president began appointing Cabinet members and boosted efforts to maintain order.
By PBS NewsHour
Iran's top electoral authority reported Tuesday that it found "no major fraud" in the country's June 12 presidential election and will not annul the results, refuting days of street protests over the outcome of the vote.
Despite warnings from Iran's Revolutionary Guard, as well as violence that left at least 10 people dead over the weekend, demonstrators in Tehran continued to rally against the results of this month's disputed presidential election. ITN correspondent Lindsey Hilsum reports.
As pro-government forces in Iran try to quell protests over last week's disputed presidential election, supporters of reform candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi are taking their fight to social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, reports Lindsey Hilsum of ITN…
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