Nobel Peace Prize for journalists in Russia and Philippines - BBC News

Nobel Peace Prize for journalists in Russia and Philippines – BBC News

The right to freedom of expression has been recognised by this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, which has been awarded to two journalists known for their hard-hitting investigations which have angered their countries’ powerful elites and leaders. Maria Ressa from the…

Anger and grief of families of soldiers killed in Afghan war - BBC News

Anger and grief of families of soldiers killed in Afghan war – BBC News

It’s 20 years since US forces first launched airstrikes against Al Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan, in response to the attacks of 9/11. For military families of coalition troops who lost relatives in the conflict, it will be a…

96-year-old woman accused of Nazi war crimes is caught after fleeing trial - BBC News

96-year-old woman accused of Nazi war crimes is caught after fleeing trial – BBC News

A 96 year old woman who was a secretary at at Nazi concentration camp is in custody in Germany. She was arrested after going on the run from her care home, to avoid charges of complicity in the murder of…

Thousands of Afghans flee to Pakistan following Taliban victory - BBC News

Thousands of Afghans flee to Pakistan following Taliban victory – BBC News

Tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are believed to have crossed the border into Pakistan in the four weeks since the victory of the Taliban and the fall of Kabul. They’re joining around 2.5 million Afghans who have already fled…

Trial of 9/11 “mastermind” resumes at Guantanamo Bay

Trial of 9/11 “mastermind” resumes at Guantanamo Bay

20 years after the 9/11 terror attacks on America which killed nearly 3,000 people, legal proceedings against the man accused of masterminding them have resumed at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. It’s the 42nd court appearance for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and…

Afghan people welcome end to war but fear for the future

Afghan people welcome end to war but fear for the future

As the Taliban consolidate their control of Afghanistan after the withdrawal of foreign forces, many Afghans are fearful of what the future holds under the new regime. However people are also greatly relieved that a 20-year war that cost many…

Former Afghan government minister who fled discusses hopes for her nation's future

Former Afghan government minister who fled discusses hopes for her nation’s future

With U.S. troops fully withdrawn from Afghanistan and the Taliban now in charge, there are fears and uncertainty of what lies ahead. Nargis Nehan, who used to serve in the Afghan government, recently fled with the help of Norway. She…

London Calling: Why the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan may have harmed foreign relations

London Calling: Why the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan may have harmed foreign relations

The Biden administration’s withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan has been met with criticism worldwide. In this week’s installment of “London Calling,” CBS News contributor Simon Bates explains why leaders in Europe may be looking to each other for stronger…

Biden says he won't continue America's "forever war," defends decision for U.S. to leave Afghanis…

Biden says he won’t continue America’s “forever war,” defends decision for U.S. to leave Afghanis…

President Biden defended his decision to withdraw American forces from Afghanistan on Tuesday, saying he wouldn’t continue America’s “forever war.” CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe joins CBSN’s Elaine Quijano to discuss the president’s address to…

How U.S. interests have changed since the start of Afghanistan war

How U.S. interests have changed since the start of Afghanistan war

As the Taliban claims victory following the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, questions remain over the country’s future and America’s role in global affairs. Ian Bremmer, the president of the Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, joined CBSN to discuss. CBSN is…