As Greece seeks support of its plan to bring its finances back from the brink of collapse, there are fears the weakening euro could impact the U.S. in its own economic recovery. Judy Woodruff talks to Greek Prime Minister George…
Greece has one month to take urgent measures to rein in its debt problems and less time to share information about its currency swaps, EU finance ministers said Tuesday. Jeffrey Brown talks to finance experts Scheherazad Rehman and Simon Johnson.
As government backers and opposition protesters rallied in Iran Thursday to mark the 31st anniversary of the country's Islamic Revolution, tensions continued to rise between Tehran and Washington over Iran's nuclear ambitions.
In other news, at least 8 Americans were killed by a suicide bombing in Afghanistan Wednesday, and hardline government supporters protested in Iran.
About 300 people, including at least seven prominent opposition leaders, have been jailed in Iran following renewed protests over the weekend, the largest in six months.
The debut of far-right British National Party leader Nick Griffin on BBC's political-debate show "Question Time" launched protests, along with a debate over media freedoms.
By Talea Miller
Supporters of Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi clashed with security forces and government supporters Friday during annual pro-Palestinian rallies in Tehran, renewing tensions around the results of June's presidential election.
By PBS NewsHour
The Chinese government declared a curfew Tuesday in northwestern China to combat the continued ethnic violence erupting between Han Chinese and Muslim Uighurs.
Gwen Ifill reports on the ongoing political standoff in Honduras, where protests continued following the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya, who made an unsuccessful attempt to return Sunday.
By PBS NewsHour
In the face of popular dissent over disputed presidential election results, Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reiterated Wednesday that the government would not "yield to pressure at any cost."…
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