Several dozens of Israelis demonstrating at the port of Ashdod earlier this week, to which the aid ships were taken after Israeli commandos seized them Monday.

Several dozens of Israelis demonstrating at the port of Ashdod earlier this week, to which the aid ships were taken after Israeli commandos seized them Monday.

Continued fallout from Israel’s action against a Gaza aid flotilla. The Taliban targets a national peace conference in Afghanistan. And Japan’s prime minister resigns. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top international news stories.

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  • Howard LaFranchi foreign affairs correspondent, "The Christian Science Monitor."
  • David Wood national security correspondent, PoliticsDaily.com.
  • Nadia Bilbassy senior U.S. correspondent, MBC TV -- Middle East Broadcast Centre.

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