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Independent Television News correspondent Bill Neely reports on the growing violence and carnage of Mexico's ongoing drug war.
President Bush ended his farewell trip to Iraq and Afghanistan on Monday, where he met with officials about security matters and visited U.S. troops stationed in both conflict zones. Two Middle East analysts discuss the Bush administration's legacy in Iraq.
From Virginia Tech to Mumbai, young men have tragically searched for meaning in random acts of violence. Richard Rodriguez reflects on the world's "lost boys" in an essay.
By PBS NewsHour
Violent clashes between government supporters and opposition protesters in Bolivia have left at least eight dead and tipped off a diplomatic dispute culminating in U.S. diplomats being expelled from both Bolivia and Venezuela.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
After months of being dogged by corruption scandals and calls for his resignation, Israeli President Ehud Olmert's decision to step down in September has stirred political uncertainty in Israel and plunged the stalled peace talks into confusion.
South African President Thabo Mbeki denied Tuesday that talks between Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai had deadlocked, saying instead that the talks are "doing very well."…
Airstrikes coordinated by U.S. special forces and Afghan troops against militants in western Afghanistan killed 15 insurgents and freed 15 hostages Thursday, officials said.
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up in a crowd of Iraqi army recruits in the country's troubled Diyala province Tuesday, killing at least 28 people according to Iraqi police and military.
Zimbabwe has been embroiled in a high-profile political crisis, which saw leader Robert Mugabe return to power amid reports of a violent crackdown. The Washington Post's Craig Timberg details his reporting on the story.
After a disputed election and claims of politically fueled violence, opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai dropped out of a run-off vote against President Robert Mugabe. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Zalmay Khalilzad examines the issue.
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