The Persian Gulf nation of Bahrain, which is home to the U.S. Fifth Fleet, is still under a state of emergency as the government has cracked down on protests. Margaret Warner interviews Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa about…
After government crackdowns in Bahrain crushed the Arab spring uprising, divisions between Shia and Sunni Muslims have widened. Margaret Warner reports from Bahrain on the feelings of unease in the wealthy Persian Gulf nation.
As Syrian government tanks shell residential neighborhoods, Judy Woodruff discusses what is next for the Syrian uprising with The National Defense University's Murhaf Jouejati and The Washington Institute for Near East Policy's Andrew Tabler.
Labor strikes continued across Egypt as the country's Health Ministry said at least 360 people were killed during the 18 days of unrest that resulted in the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. Jeffrey Brown reports.
There were public protests and clashes with police on the streets of Tunisia, as a new unity government was announced. Independent Television News correspondent Jonathan Rugman reports.
The political uprising in Tunisia has raised questions about the possibility of similar unrest in other parts of the region, especially after protesters set themselves on fire in Egypt, Algeria, and Mauritania.
An interim government in Kyrgyzstan said it will rule for six months following a bloody uprising on Wednesday. Judy Woodruff talks to journalist Dalton Bennett in Bishkek about the attempts to oust the president.
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