Security forces in Bahrain have tightened their grip after removing hundreds of anti-government demonstrators. They've imposed a curfew in several areas of Manama. Reporter Sean Carberry has been witnessing events unfold.
Leaders in Bahrain have been trying to contain demonstrations in the last few weeks. So the ruling family appealed for help. They got it from Saudi Arabia. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Sean Carberry, of the PRI program "America Abroad."
Gaddafi is taking the fight to the opposition in both western and eastern Libya. There are no reliable casualty figures but we know they must be high. America Abroad senior correspondent Sean Carberry saw for himself at a hospital in the city of Ajdebia.
The people of southern Sudan are set to vote in a referendum on independence next month. If the vote passes, some northern Sudanese who live in the south fear they may no longer be welcome. Correspondent Sean Carberry reports from southern Sudan.
Voters in Sudan are less than 50 days away from deciding whether to create a new African country or remain one country. This vote is part of a peace deal reached five years ago following civil war between the north and south. Sean Carberry reports.
The nation of Sudan could soon be split in two. A referendum is to determine the status of the South of the country. Polls show that most southerners want to secede. Sean Carberry is a reporter with PRI's America Abroad. He's in Malakal in southern Sudan.
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