The last US combat brigade rolled out of Iraq Wednesday night. The troops are happy but Iraqis have mixed feelings. Anchor Jeb Sharp spoke to Blake Hall, a former US Army captain and a member of the elite Army Rangers. He led a scout platoon in Iraq.
Senior Obama Administration officials have indicated that 2014 is the key date for handing over responsibility to Afghan security forces. Ben Gilbert reports that the march toward those goals has really just begun and there's a long way to go.
Swedish authorities today released more details about the suicide bomber who struck the city of Stockholm on Saturday. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the managing editor of that agency, Mats Johansson, in Stockholm.
The overthrow of the government in Tunisia has inspired anti-government protesters in other parts of the Arab world. This morning a man set himself on fire outside the Egyptian parliament. Ursula Lindsey reports.
Palestinians from not only Syria but from Lebanon and the West Bank clashed with Israeli soldiers yesterday on the anniversary of the creation of Israel. The Palestinians call it Nakbah Day. Nakbah is Arabic for catastrophe. Daniel Estrin reports.
People in India are paying close attention to a trial in Chicago this week. Businessman Tahawwur Rana is charged with involvement in plotting the deadly attacks in Mumbai in 2008. Suhasini Haider anchor and senior editor for CNN-IBN in New Delhi, reports.