In Iraq, sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia ethnic groups is once again spiking. Journalist Sahar Issa lives in Baghdad. She tells anchor Marco Werman that the hours after prayers on Friday are an especially fearful time in the capital.
Reporter Sahar Issa of the McClatchy News Service in Baghdad tells host Lisa Mullins that the violence is unlikely to cancel the Arab League Summit. The BBC's Rami Ruhayem is in Erbil, northern Iraq; the only area to escape the recent violence.
A wave of apparently coordinated bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has killed at least 63 people, say officials. The bombings are the worst in months - and follow within days of the withdrawal of US troops.
Vice President Joe Biden was in Baghdad for the last three days, trying to help Iraqi politicians end months of political stalemate. No new government has been formed since elections in March. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Sahar Issa.