Friday News Roundup - Hour 2
In a wide-ranging speech on the Middle-East, President Obama declared support for democratic reform in the Arab world. He also began a new effort to break the Israeli-Palestinian stalemate, calling for talks based on Palestine’s pre-1967 borders. The search is on for a new chief of the International Monetary Fund as Dominique Strauss-Kahn awaits trial in New York on attempted rape charges. Top U. S. military officials pressed for continued aid to Pakistan in the face of growing public resistance. And Queen Elizabeth expressed regret for the painful legacy between Britain and Ireland.
China correspondent, The Washington Post.
editor-in-chief, Foreign Policy.
national correspondent, The Atlantic Magazine, and author of "Prisoners: A Story of Friendship and Terror."