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Suicide bombers struck Thursday in the heart of Syria's capital of Damascus, killing at least 55 people and wounding at least 370. Jeffrey Brown and NPR's Kelly McEvers, reporting from Beirut, discuss the finger pointing over who's behind the attacks…
A group of 22 Libyan men who were wounded while fighting against the Gaddafi regime in last year's war have been recovering here in the U.S., at a hospital on Boston's North Shore. Jared Bowen of WGBH-TV Boston reports.
Two bombs erupted in Syria's capital Friday, killing at least 47 people and wounding more than 150, but many activists and regional analysts are skeptical of the Assad government's claims that al-Qaida is behind them. Ray Suarez gets an update…
A federal judge has ruled that Jared Loughner, accused in the Tucson shooting rampage that killed six people and wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others, is mentally unfit to stand trial. Judy Woodruff discusses what the ruling means for…
Wounded Vets Move Back to Health, One Adventure at a Time…
Members of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' staff have kept her office open, even as the Congresswoman fights to recover from a gunman's attack. Tom Bearden reports from Tucson.
Funerals were held today for hostages killed at a Roman Catholic Church in Baghdad last night. Militants raided the church and killed at least 58 people and wounded 78 others. Pope Benedict XVI condemned the murder of unarmed worshippers.
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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