We talk to Larry Cohler-Esses, the first journalist from an American Jewish publication to be given an Iranian visa since 1979. Also, the Greek island of Kos is being overwhelmed by refugees, and the political stalemate in Lebanon continues.
In Lebanon, most people have learned to cope with unreliable electricity. But a long term solution to Lebanon’s power problem may lie offshore.Recently, neighboring Israel discovered an enormous natural gas field in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Lebanon.
The anticipated results of the UN-backed Special Tribunal for Lebanon forced a political realignment. The Tribunal issued indictments for the 2005 assassination of former president Rafik Hariri and they’re about to be made public.
Good morning.News related to Saturday's shooting rampage in Arizona continues to dominate the headlines. As we've reported, the highlights include word that Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) -- the target of the gunman -- briefly opened her eyes yesterday.