The continuing demonstrations against the regime in Syria are affecting life in next door Lebanon. As Ben Gilbert reports, officials there worried that pro and anti-Syrian forces will clash and create instability in their country.
Syrian security forces shot dead at least 20 people at mass protests after Friday prayers. Deaths are also being reported at protests in other parts of the country. Reporter Ben Gilbert caught up with Syrian refugees in Lebanon. Ben Gilbert reports.
Thousands of Syrians turned out to demonstrate after Friday prayers. The UN says as many as 850 people may have been killed in the two-month crackdown. The World's Ben Gilbert updates us on the latest events around Syria.
As Syrian forces continue their operation to crush protests against the government, the UN secretary general, Ban ki-Moon has called on President Assad to heed calls for reform before it is too late. Ben Gilbert has been speaking with residents of Homs.
Syria's crackdown against anti-government protesters continues. Ben Gilbert reports on residents of one Syrian village who fled across the border into Lebanon after the Syrian military cracked down on protesters in their home town.
Muammar Gaddafi's massive military base in Benghazi, called the Katiba, or garrison, was once feared and loathed. Now, its burned-out rooms and graffitied walls are a tourist attraction. Ben Gilbert reports from Benghazi.