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Leaders from China, Japan and South Korea signed a landmark pact with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Laos Monday aimed at developing the world's largest free trade area by 2010.
Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from Ukraine on the government negotiations over the disputed presidential election. Then, Terence Smith speaks with Washington Post reporter Peter Finn about the ongoing political crisis in Ukraine.
Ukraine's Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the inauguration of Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych until after it considers an appeal from the opposition that recent presidential elections were rigged. Independent Television News presents two reports.
Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News gives an update on the disputed election in the Ukraine. Then, Jim Lehrer speaks with an international election expert about the growing political crisis.
The government of Sudan and rebel leaders pledged again Friday to end a 21-year civil war, this time making the commitment before the U.N. Security Council holding a special meeting in Africa.
Already struggling to rebuild a government after rebels forced the removal of Haiti's president, the poverty-stricken nation was dealt another blow when Hurricane Jeanne swept through and left nearly 2,000 people dead. Betty Ann Bowser looks at Haiti's latest recovery…
Iran's nuclear program has sparked controversy worldwide. Two nuclear experts discuss both the U.S. and European approach to Iran.
The United Nations nuclear watch agency offered support on Monday for Iran's agreement to suspend uranium enrichment activities as part of a deal with European countries that would prevent Iran from facing U.N. Security Council sanctions.
Elizabeth Brackett of WTTW-Chicago talks with Aiham Alsammarae, Iraq's electricity minister, about the rebuilding process in Iraq.
Gwen Ifill talks with John Danforth, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, about the latest efforts to end the violence in the war-torn Darfur region of Sudan and the planned U.N. meeting to address a nationwide peace for the African…
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