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In other news Thursday, two suicide bombers killed at least eight people and wounded 65 others at a Sufi Muslim shrine in Karachi. In Southern China, floodwater forced 200,000 people from their homes in the worst flooding there in 50…
Ray Suarez looks at the varied reactions to the suicide of a student at Rutgers University and the legal questions it raises.
Jeffrey Brown speaks with editorial page editors about the public's view on the war in Afghanistan and increasing doubts over sending more troops.
Suicide bombers rocked two luxury hotels in Jakarta Friday morning just as guests were gathering for breakfast. Kwame Holman reports on the bombings that killed eight and injured more than 50.
In other news, the International Monetary Fund warned that the world economy will lose ground this year for the first time in nearly six decades, and the acting chief financial officer of mortgage giant Freddie Mac was found dead in…
Army officials said Thursday that suicides among troops are at their highest level in decades. In 2008, the Army suicide rate surpassed the civilian rate for the first time since the Vietnam War. In this encore report, Betty Ann Bowser…
The Army says that suicides among active duty personnel have doubled in recent years, and multiple deployments might contribute to that increase. NewsHour correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports.
Following a lull in violence in Iraq, bombings in the cities of Baghdad and Kirkuk killed dozens and wounded hundreds Monday. Analysts examine the state of security in Iraq and discuss the roots of ethnic and political tensions in the…
A gunman shot 21 people at North Illinois University on Thursday, killing five before turning his guns on himself. Chicago NewsHour correspondent Elizabeth Brackett reports on the aftermath of yesterday's events.
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A suicide bomb killed at least 12 Iraqis at a security checkpoint north of Baghdad on Monday, as news emerged that 2007 was the deadliest year for U.S. soldiers in Iraq since the war started, despite an overall drop in…
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