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European markets plunged Friday and Britain officially declared itself in a recession. Elsewhere in the world, suspected American missiles killed more than a dozen people in Pakistan; five militants were reportedly among the dead. Jim Lehrer reports on these events…
With Osama Bin Laden's former driver transferred to Yemen and other inmates ordered released last week, Guantanamo Bay's prison population is decreasing as President-elect Barack Obama prepares to take office. Two lawyers assess what's next for the facility.
By PBS NewsHour
Salim Hamdan, a former driver for terror leader Osama Bin Laden, is being transferred from the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, back to his home country of Yemen, defense officials tell news agencies.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
A military jury on Thursday sentenced Osama bin Laden's former driver, Samil Hamdan, to 5 1/2 years in prison, making him eligible for parole in six months. Hamdan was convicted Wednesday on charges of providing material support for terrorism.
A military jury convicted a former driver and alleged bodyguard for terror leader Osama bin Laden on charges of providing material support for terrorism Wednesday, but acquitted him on more serious conspiracy charges.
Over the weekend, news of three suicides at the Guantanamo detention facility in Cuba raised new questions about the manner in which the United States is treating terror suspects.
Authorities in Yemen are hunting for 10 key suspects in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole warship after they escaped from prison Friday, local officials said.
Two people were killed and several others injured when a crowd of anti-war protestors tried to storm the U.S. embassy in Yemen Friday as protestors around the globe took to the streets to show their opposition to the U.S.-led war…
A gunman shot and killed three American missionaries and seriously wounded a fourth at Jibla Baptist Hospital in Yemen Monday in an incident that Yemeni security officials are calling an "Islamic extremist" attack.
The U.S. government agreed Wednesday to release a North Korean ship and its cargo of 15 scud missiles and warheads to the government of Yemen.
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