Tunisia’s president has a declared a state of emergency, just a little over a week since a massacre took place at tourist resort there. We discuss the latest developements as the government attempts to combat terrorism. And we speak to world renowned musician, Kinan Azmeh, who uses his music to draw attention to the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Another opposition leader is murdered in Tunisia. 'The Attack' offers a glimpse into Israeli-Palestinian relations. Nari Safavi shares where to go to experience son jarocho and art from an 80-year-old Chicano activist.
Protesters took to the streets of Tunisia after the country’s ruling political party, Ennahda, rejected a proposal to dissolve the government. One filmmaker brings us a documentary on Somalia's pirate culture. Worldview gives you tips for your international weekend.
As we begin to identify the factors that sparked the Arab Spring uprisings, the list includes likely culprits such as oppressive dictators, faltering economies and Western influence.One factor that’s less obvious is the relationship between food and power in the Middle East.
Syria bolstered security around the U.S. embassy in Damascus after Monday’s attack by a pro-government mob on the compound drew worldwide rebuke. After weeks of restrained U.S. reaction to Syria’s brutal crackdown on democracy protestors, diplomatic exchanges between the countries are now tense.