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Conflict & Justice

Violence continues in Syria

The crackdown by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has left more than 2,000 people killed by the count of some human rights groups. Anthony Shadid, Beirut bureau chief for our partner, The New York Times, reports on the latest developments.

Conflict & Justice

Women's rights in Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia are not allowed to do many things we take for granted, such as driving a car or traveling without a guardian's permission. The World's Laura Lynch examines what life is like for Saudi women on this International Women's Day.

Global Politics

What Wikileaks reveals about Saudi Arabia

When Wikileaks released a tranche of US diplomatic cables recently, the machinations of Saudi Arabia caused some headlines. That's Saudi Arabia. Long-term Saudi watchers caution against reading the cables on their own. The World's Alex Gallafent reports.

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Conflict & Justice

Women's rights in Saudi Arabia

Women in Saudi Arabia are not allowed to do many things we take for granted, such as driving a car or traveling without a guardian's permission. The World's Laura Lynch examines what life is like for Saudi women on this International Women's Day.

Conflict & Justice

Violence continues in Syria

The crackdown by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has left more than 2,000 people killed by the count of some human rights groups. Anthony Shadid, Beirut bureau chief for our partner, The New York Times, reports on the latest developments.