Supporters of Egypt's ousted president took to the streets again to protest the removal of Mohammed Morsi from power. Over the weekend, security forces killed at least 83 Morsi supporters in clashes in Cairo.
FBI investigators have finally been able to search the site in Benghazi, Libya, where Ambassador Chris Stevens and other US personnel were killed last month.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Borzou Daragahi of the Financial Times. Syrian forces have reportedly fired on Syrians in refugee camps inside Turkey, raising questions about a UN-backed cease-fire that's supposed to go into effect on Tuesday.
The league, meeting in Cairo, urged Syria to form a national unity government with the opposition within two months. A government official called the plan "flagrant interference" in Syria's internal affairs, state TV said.
Hillary Clinton is in Berlin attending NATO meetings, where members of the alliance are debating whether to step up their attacks on Libyan forces. Meanwhile, Libyan rebels are warning of an imminent blood bath if NATO does not intensify air attacks.
Tunisia begins three days of mourning today to remember those killed in the recent uprising. A new, interim government is in place and held its first cabinet meeting. Borzou Daragahi of the Los Angeles Times is in Tunis and speaks to anchor Marco Werman.
Tunisia has formed a national unity government days after a popular revolt ousted the country's president. Anchor Marco Werman gets details from Los Angeles Times reporter Borzou Daragahi who is in Tunis.
Iran's President Ahmadinejad pays a visit to Lebanon. He can expect a hero's welcome in Hezbollah strongholds but how will it play at home in Iran or in Israel? Lisa Mullins talks with Los Angeles Times Middle East correspondent Borzou Daragahi in Beirut.