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Dissident Blogger: 'Ghosts of Gadhafi Are Haunting' Putin

03/01/12
Ahead of Sunday's presidential election, Russia's Prime Minister Vladimir Putin accused his enemies of planning dirty tricks, including ... tags: Alexei Navalnyballotbloggercorruptiondirty trickselectionMargaret Warner

In Russia, 'No Romantic Notion of Revolution' Before Election

02/28/12
More from Margaret to.pbs.org Russian protesters formed a human chain in Moscow Sunday to register their opposition toward Prime Minister ... tags: assassinationelectionMargaret WarnermoscowoppositionPBS newshourplot

From Overcrowding to Corruption, Examining Prison Life in Honduras

02/16/12
A fast-moving blaze engulfed a Honduras prison Tuesday night, killing more than 272 people. Margaret Warner discusses the details of the ... tags: deathsfireflameshondurasinvestigationMargaret WarnerNicholas Caseu

Italy: 'Going the Greece Way' Would Be Disastrous

02/11/12
More to.pbs.org Languishing amid the eurozone crisis, all of Italy is hurting and under pressure from international creditors to bring down ... tags: eurozone crisisItalyMargaret Warnernational debtPBS newshour

How Germany Became Europe's Richest Country

02/09/12
As European debt crisis negotiations approach the 11th hour on yet another bailout for Greece, Margaret Warner reports on some of the ... tags: bailoutcountrydebtdebt crisiseuropeeuropean uniongermany

Why Assad Won't Back Down

01/11/12
In a defiant public speech Tuesday, Syrian President Assad repeated promises of reform and plans to crush dissent against his regime. ... tags: AmbassadorAndrew TablerArab LeagueAssaddissentformer USHour

Supreme Court Upholds 'Ministerial Exception' From Anti-Bias Laws

01/12/12
The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Constitution provides ministers an exemption to anti-discrimination laws. Margaret ... tags: antiConstitutiondiscriminationexemptionHourlawsMarcia Coyle

US-Iran Tensions Riding on Oil Shipments Through the Strait of Hormuz

01/05/12
A drumbeat of new threats from Iran on the crucial Strait of Hormuz began last week, punctuated by a show of naval force in the Persian ... tags: HourIranMargaret Warnernaval forcenavyPBS newshourpbsnews

What Have Sanctions Done to Iran's Economy, People?

01/05/12
European Union nations reportedly agreed in principle Wednesday to ban imports of Iranian oil. Margaret Warner discusses mounting tensions ... tags: banCarnegie EndowmentEuropean Unionfor Internationalfor ScholarsHaleh EsfandiariHour

How the US Auto Industry Picked Up Speed in 2011

01/06/12
With nearly 13 million cars sold, 2011 turned out to be the strongest year for Detroit's major automakers since the financial crisis hit in ... tags: 13 million2008autoautomakerscarsDavid ShepardsonDetroit

Russian Election Protests Gain Momentum Ahead of March Presidential Vote

12/28/11
Twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia sees new political turmoil with protests over election fraud allegations. Margaret ... tags: electionsHourMargaret WarnerPBS newshourpbsnewsPutinRussia

What's Next for Russia's Political Leadership?

12/28/11
Amid election-fraud accusations and growing political turbulence, where are Russia and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin headed Margaret Warner ... tags: electionsHourLeon AronMargaret WarnerPBS newshourpbsnewsPutin