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Nikki Haley: U.S. has credibility with both Israel, Palestine

Haley says the U.N. has done "much more to damage the prospects for Middle East peace than to advance them."

Headlines of the week: Wildfires in Southern California, Trump’s Jerusalem decision

From massive wildfires exploding across Southern California to protests over Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, take a look back at the week that was on "CBS This Morning."

How climate change is affecting your coffee

Climate change is having impacts on food production, including on one of the world's most popular beverages.

Protests erupt after U.S. announcement on Jerusalem

Following President Trump's announcement that the U.S. now recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, Palestinians, who claim the city as their capital, took to the streets to protest. Seth Doane was there.

Terrorists constructing bombs that can be smuggled onto planes

A senior intelligence source says al-Shabab now appears to have international support

Protests erupt over Trump’s Jerusalem announcement

Palestinian protesters set fires in Gaza Thursday morning and chanted "death to America." The State Department is warning all Americans against non-essential travel to Jerusalem, Israel, or the West Bank for the next two weeks. Seth Doane reports from Bethlehem, a few miles from Jerusalem on the West Bank.

Experts scramble as long-dormant volcano shows increased activity

"Oraefajokull is one of the most dangerous volcanos in Iceland. It's a volcano for which we need to be very careful," official says

U.S. allies worry Jerusalem decision will hurt peace talks

Israel is the only country praising President Trump Thursday for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital. There are fiery protests in the nearby West Bank. Iraq's foreign ministry summoned the U.S. ambassador, France's president said he disapproves of the move and Saudi Arabia called it "unjustified and irresponsible." Margaret Brennan reports.

Trump calls on Saudi Arabia to lift blockade on Yemen “immediately”

About 7 million Yemenis -- many of them children -- are on the brink of starvation as the Saudi coalition has cut off access to the country

World reacts to Trump’s move on Jerusalem

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his nation was "profoundly grateful," while Muslims across the Middle East warned of disastrous consequences

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