In other news Wednesday, three suicide bombings in Iraq killed at least 32 people, just four days before national elections, and President Obama signed a stop-gap extension of jobless benefits after a budget impasse in the Senate.
Suicide bomber attacks in Kabul targeted foreigners, killing at least 16 people a day after troops raised the Afghan flag over the former Taliban city of Marjah. Margaret Warner talks to a reporter in Afghanistan.
After Friday's deadly suicide bombing in Kabul, Judy Woodruff spoke with Army Brig. Gen. Ben Hodges in Kandahar about coalition strategies in the region.
In other news, President Obama and union leaders reached an agreement on taxing high-cost health care plans, and a suicide bomber killed 20 people in Afghanistan.
The suicide bomber who killed seven CIA officers in Afghanistan last week is reported to have been a Jordanian double agent who American officials recruited to help provide intelligence on al-Qaida leaders. Gwen Ifill speaks with two experts about who…
In other news, Pakistani authorities called for calm as the death toll from Monday's suicide bombing grew to 43, and an Afghan soldier reportedly shot and killed a U.S. soldier at a military base in western Afghanistan.
In Afghanistan, the U.N. announced that it is pulling back 600 employees after a deadly attack on staff. Margaret Warner has more from Kabul.
Bill Neely of Independent Television news reports on the latest suicide bombing at the Indian embassy in Afghanistan that killed at least 17 people.
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A suicide bombing in western Somalia killed at least 20 people Thursday, including National Security Minister Omar Hashi Aden. An extremist group with links to al-Qaida claimed responsibility.
The refugee crisis is deepening in Pakistan as Taliban fighters and Pakistani security forces continue to clash over the Taliban's demands that the army pull out of the Swat Valley. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports from a refugee…
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