In our news wrap Friday, thousands of refugees and migrants who had been trapped at a railway station in Budapest set out by foot to reach Germany, hundreds of miles away. Also, 45 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates and…
By PBS NewsHour
Saudi Arabia’s halt on bombings in Yemen lasted only hours. The Saudi military had announced the end of the U.S.-backed air campaign on Tuesday, but with the caveat that it would continue to prevent further operations by Houthi militias. Within…
Saudi Arabia announced an end to a month-long air campaign against Shiite rebels in Yemen, saying they will focus on political efforts and use military action if needed. The White House has sent over an aircraft carrier to beef up…
In our news wrap Wednesday, one American was killed and at least two others wounded by an Afghan soldier at a military compound in Jalalabad. Also, Iran announced it would deploy two warships near Yemen, supposedly to patrol for pirates.
In our news wrap Friday, a man who spent nearly 30 years on Alabama’s death row walked out a free man after prosecutors admitted the only physical evidence of two murders did not link him to the crime. Also, Saudi…
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Obama declared the Israeli-Palestinian peace process all but over, in the wake of pre-election comments by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in which he appeared to rule out endorsing a Palestinian state. Also, forces loyal…
By Associated Press
President Barack Obama says the political vacuum in Yemen hasn't affected U.S. counterterrorism operations inside the Middle Eastern country.
In our news wrap Wednesday, senators pushed a bipartisan bill to impose sanctions on Iran unless the country curbs its nuclear program by a July deadline. President Obama has said he would veto such a bill. Meanwhile, House Speaker John…
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