Three large-scale attacks in the past few days add to the death toll in Mexico's drug war. Margaret Warner has more.
At least 1 million people again filled streets across France and disrupted traffic to protest a proposed retirement age hike. ITN's Jonathan Rugman reports from Paris about the ongoing -- and sometimes violent -- demonstrations.
French senators plan to move forward with a vote to raise the age of retirement from 60 to 62, despite growing protests over the measure. Jim Lehrer speaks with GlobalPost correspondent Mildrade Cherfils for more on the protests' escalating violence.
With tension rising again between the U.S. and Pakistan, described as "two countries that need each other badly," Margaret Warner looks at the state of relations with Shuja Nawaz of the Atlantic Council's South Asia Center and Washington Post columnist…
The increasing violence in the Afghan-Pakistani border region could put more pressure on the already strained relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan. Margaret Warner has more.
A drop in tourism and manufacturing has left the Mexican state Baja, California, with a struggling economy. Jose Luis Sierra of New America Media reports on how the drug war and recession have played a role.
Independent Television News reports on the ongoing use of violent rape as a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Gwen Ifill talks with two experts familiar with the sexual violence that has occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo over the past decade.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai sharply criticized coalition strategy over the weekend, saying it "has been ineffective apart from causing civilian casualties." The criticism came after new reports surfaced of corruption inside his government and spikes in coalition deaths across Afghanistan.
Government authorities discovered the bodies of 72 people -- believed to be migrants from Central and South America -- dumped less than 100 miles from the U.S. border. Gwen Ifill gets more on the story.
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