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Growing support for Hezbollah in Lebanon is partly due to the funding it receives from Iran.
They feed meat nightly to hyena packs that roam the city streets.
Heather Murdock mulls an order never to return to a country with a fearful reputation but many fairytale moments.
A nation's spiritual and intellectual leader or a key backer of Al Qaeda?
Anwar al-Awlaki, mentor to the failed Christmas Day airline bomber, has been linked to some of the most infamous terrorist attacks on American soil.
Yemenis worry they will become collateral damage in the next front of America's "war on terror."
Sanaa says presence of US troops would bolster Al Qaeda; investigation finds more on Northwest bomber.
But remote tribal hideouts and a weak Yemeni government could stymie the US-backed battle.
As the U.K. follows the U.S. move in Sanaa, those at school where would-be Northwest bomber studied describe a "good person."
In Yemen, traditions and chaotic governance block efforts to build a sustainable water supply.
Tens of thousands have fled fighting in the north between Islamic rebels and pro-US forces. They are the "lucky" ones.
Despite threats to US interests, America maintains it offers only humanitarian aid — and no military help — to Sanaa.