Ignoring a threatened veto from President Bush, the House of Representatives voted 218-212 Friday to require the president to pull combat forces out of Iraq by the fall of 2008. Kwame Holman reports on the move by Congress to try…
By PBS NewsHour
A mass of protestors led by Hezbollah gathered outside Lebanon's governmental offices in Beirut Friday demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Fuad Saniora and the creation of a national unity government.
Thousands of Sudanese protesters, shouting "down, down USA," rallied in Khartoum on Wednesday against the proposed deployment of U.N. peacekeepers to the troubled western Darfur region.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
About 500,000 pro-Syrian demonstrators gathered in the Lebanese capital of Beirut Tuesday, chanting anti-American slogans in response to a call from the militant Shiite Muslim Hezbollah group to counter anti-Syrian rallies held earlier this week.
In a small town north of Salt Lake City, Utah, a modern range war is being fought along the shores of the Great Salt Lake.
Two people were killed and several others injured when a crowd of anti-war protestors tried to storm the U.S. embassy in Yemen Friday as protestors around the globe took to the streets to show their opposition to the U.S.-led war…
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