The White House announced this week that President Obama will now send condolences to families of troops who kill themselves in combat zones. Jeffrey Brown discusses the policy change and ongoing concerns over military suicides with retired Army Gen. Ronald…
Tuesday night's spectacular Taliban attack on a landmark Kabul hotel popular with Westerners shook any semblance of calm in the Afghan capital. Washington Post reporter Pamela Constable joins Margaret Warner from Kabul for an update on the attack and the…
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Judy Woodruff talks to Washington Post Moscow correspondent Will Englund about the deadly explosion at Domodedovo Airport's international arrivals area, which prompted increased vigilance around the city out of fear of further attacks.
In other news Thursday, at least 51 people died when three suicide bombers blew up cars near Karbala, targeting Shia pilgrims traveling for the festival of Arbaeen. Elsewhere, more than 100 people were arrested in New York and New England,…
In other news Tuesday, a suicide bomber killed 52 and injured at least 150 outside a police-recruiting station in the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit. In Tunisia, protests continued in the country's capital as four ministers quit the newly formed…
Saturday marked the deadline for victims of Bernard Madoff's massive Ponzi scheme to file a lawsuit with the court's bankruptcy trustee. Ray Suarez discusses the latest developments with New York Times reporter Diana Henriques, who has covered the story from…
In other news Monday, two suicide bombers attacked a meeting of anti-Taliban officials and tribesmen in northwest Pakistan, killing 50 and wounding more than 100. This was the third attack this year on a tribal militia meeting.
In other news Friday, a suicide bomber in northeast Baghdad killed 21 people. In Western Indonesia, the death toll from this week's tsunami topped 400, with 300 still missing and thousands homeless.
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…
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