Speculation that Israel could attack Iran has dominated the Israeli news media in recent months. An Israeli couple has tried to counter by launching a Facebook campaign against war with Iran. Their effort has taken off.
It’s been exactly 100 years since the world saw the first deadly attack with chemical weapons. The Germans deployed tons of chlorine gas on a sector of the Western front in World War I, causing 6,000 casualties. Now chlorine gas is back on the battlefield, in Syria.
President Obama has put Iran on notice: start meeting demands on nuclear activities by 2010 or face the possibility of crippling sanctions. The World's Matthew Bell looks into US options now that the deadline is passed.
President Barack Obama has vowed to ?ratchet up the pressure? on Iran over its controversial nuclear program. Western powers claim Iran seeks nuclear weapons, a charge Tehran denies. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
The World's Katy Clark tells us about the mystery surrounding an Iranian nuclear scientist who disappeared last fall. This week, he turned up on YouTube. In one, he claims to have been kidnapped by the CIA. In the other, he says he defected.