The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously Tuesday to overhaul sanctions on Iraq, cutting red tape that had slowed the delivery of civilian goods, but maintaining the military embargo on Saddam Hussein's regime.
The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to overhaul sanctions on Iraq. William Orme, the United Nations correspondent for the Los Angeles Times, discusses the changes.
Nevada state troopers arrested Luke John Helder Tuesday in connection with the planting of 18 pipe bombs in mailboxes across five states.
Jim Lehrer talks with British Foreign Minister Jack Straw about the Middle East conflict and efforts to forge a peace plan.
Police on Tuesday arrested Luke John Helder, the 21-year-old college student wanted for questioning in the planting of 18 pipe bombs across the Midwest.
The United States announced Monday it will not participate in the world's first permanent international war crimes court.
A report on what caused the World Trade Center towers to collapse.
Gwen Ifill talks with National Public Radio correspondent David Molpus about what lies ahead for detainees in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
U.S.-led coalition troops clashed with suspected al-Qaida militants, killing as many as four in gun battles near Khost, an eastern Afghan city near the Pakistani border.
The German foreign minister is visiting the United States to discuss moving the Middle East toward a peace settlement.
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