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Elizabeth Palmer is a Canadian television journalist who reports for the United States-based CBS Evening News channel.
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Meghan Markle reveals she suffered a miscarriage in JulyBritain's Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has revealed that she suffered a miscarriage while pregnant with her second child in July. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Meghan Markle gives deeply intimate account of her miscarriage in hope of helping othersIn a deeply personal op-ed in the New York Times, Meghan Markle reveals the personal grief she and Prince Harry suffered after a miscarriage. Elizabeth Palmer reports on how the Duchess of Sussex hopes..
Countries struggling with 2nd coronavirus waveCountries across the globe continue to suffer a devastating spike of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. Canada has been plunged into a lockdown while Europe is emerging once again as the epicenter of..
Worldwide COVID-19 cases surge to 58 million as Europe suffers blowCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global toll of the coronavirus pandemic.
Inside Iran’s coronavirus catastropheOur CBS News producer, a cemetery director and the man in charge of Iran’s testing program explain why the pandemic has hit the Islamic Republic so hard. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Iran.
Iran experiencing the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle EastIran has the worst coronavirus outbreak in the Middle East, ignited by large religious gatherings and further exacerbated by U.S.-led sanctions which restrict Iran from getting critical medical..
U.S. election leaves Iranians hopeful for improved relationsIranian leaders are hoping that the Biden administration will mean improved relations with the United States. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Artist Pierre Soulages, "The Master of Black"The 100-year-old French painter, recently honored with a solo exhibition at the Louvre in Paris, talks with correspondent Elizabeth Palmer about how he was enlightened by the mysteries of light..
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 11/8Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Martha Teichner looks at the aftermath of this week’s presidential election. Plus: Barry Petersen checks out a revolutionary new form of implant surgery for..
How the U.S. presidential election impacts IranPeople in Iran are watching and waiting for an outcome in the U.S. presidential election. Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer about how Iranians view the..
As sanctions bite, anxious Iranians watch the U.S. electionThe COVID pandemic is just the latest thing made more painful for Iranians by harsh U.S. sanctions. As Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran, everyone is watching the American election closely, but not..
Why Iran sees Biden as the "more promising" candidate in the U.S. electionIran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has indicated to CBS News that the Islamic Republic's leadership would prefer Joe Biden win the U.S. election. It was a first for a country that has been reluctant..
Europe imposes new restrictions as coronavirus surges across continentCoronavirus is surging across Europe, forcing several countries to tighten restrictions. France enters a new national lockdown on Friday, while Germany is closing pubs, restaurants and entertainment..
France, Germany announce national lockdowns as second COVID-19 wave sweeps Europe in record numbersTwo major European countries have announced they will be going into some kind of national lockdown in the coming days. This comes as Europe claims nearly half of all global coronavirus infections in..
New lockdowns announced in Germany and France as COVID-19 cases surge in EuropeThe coronavirus surge in Europe has wiped out months of progress, prompting France and Germany to reimpose lockdowns. Elizabeth Palmer has more on the measures being taken to try to stop the spread.
Americans abroad worry their voting ballots will not be countedMany Americans living outside the U.S. or beyond the borders are still casting their ballots, but some are worried about them not being counted in time. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
How Russians are viewing the 2020 U.S. presidential electionWith the 2020 presidential election less than two weeks away, the eyes of the world are on the United States to see who it picks as the nation's next leader. Elizabeth Palmer hears from people in..
Overseas voting in U.S. election could double as anxious Americans mail in their ballotsNearly 3 million U.S. citizens overseas are eligible to take advantage of a long-established international absentee ballot system. Interest looks enormous, but there are concerns, too. Elizabeth Palmer..
U.K. "challenge" trials will infect healthy volunteers with COVID-19As the world surpasses 40 million confirmed coronavirus cases, there is now a call for volunteers in the U.K. willing to be infected with the virus in the first-ever COVID-19 "challenge" trial...
Tough restrictions hit Europe as COVID cases spikeAs coronavirus cases are surging across Europe, the governments there are implementing new restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
European cities impose new lockdowns to tamp down COVID-19CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Governments implement renewed social measures as Europe battles record COVID-19 spikeRapidly increasing coronavirus infection rates across Europe are forcing governments to implement a wide range of renewed social measures in what could signal the future in the U.S. as winter..
2nd wave of coronavirus hits Europe and Southeast AsiaHealth officials across the world are seeing new cases of the coronavirus, including France where hospitalizations are reaching new records. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Global new COVID-19 cases reach record 350,000CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fighting flares up between Armenia and AzerbaijanInternational concerns are growing as fighting flares up between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer joins CBSN's Tanya..
Trump is the latest world leader to test positive for COVID-19President Trump is the latest world leader to test positive for the coronavirus. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro both recovered from COVID-19. Elizabeth..
World leaders weigh in on Trump's COVID-19 diagnosisSenior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the overseas impact of COVID-19.
Worldwide coronavirus deaths near 1 millionNearly 1 million people have been lost to the coronavirus around the world. Brazil still has not gotten the outbreak under control and parts of Europe are seeing worrying second waves. Elizabeth Palmer..
Julian Assange fighting extradition to U.S. in London courtWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared this week at a London court to fight extradition to the U.S. where he faces charges of releasing secret government documents. Meanwhile, new details of his..
Julian Assange secretly fathered two children while evading arrest. His children’s mother speaks outWikileaks founder Julian Assange secretly fathered two young children during his seven years claiming asylum in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy. Elizabeth Palmer sat down with Stella Moris, Assange's..
Israel starts second lockdown as Europe braces for second COVID-19 waveCoronavirus cases seem to be surging all around the world. Elizabeth Palmer has more on this imminent second wave.
Global community faces threats of surge in COVID-19 casesCBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the overseas impact of the coronavirus.
Disney's “Mulan” criticized for filming in Chinese Xinjiang region infamous for human rights abuseDisney's “Mulan” is under fire for being filmed partly in Xinjiang, the region in China where Uighur Muslims have been detained in mass internment camps. Elizabeth Palmer examines why the most..
WHO makes grim prediction of no widespread vaccine until mid-2021CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on the overseas impact of COVID-19.
New explosion in Sri Lanka's capital after series of bombingsAnother explosion happened in Colombo, Sri Lanka, just one day after a series of bombings killed at least 290 people. The latest explosion reportedly happened in a van near a church as officials were..
Iraqis, praying for peace, are once again bracing for warCBS News foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer covered Iraq for more than a decade during the U.S. occupation and reports that many Iraqis feel the despair of broken promises and the onslaught of..
1/18: W.Va. residents skeptical of water safety reports; Iraqis pray for peace, brace for more violenceNine days after a chemical spill contaminated the water system for 300,000 West Virginia residents, the water company has given them the all-clear, saying the water is safe once again. Many, however,..
Iraq: Deadliest point in nearly seven yearsA wave of bombings in Iraq have killed more than 40 people. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Baghdad on the security concerns in the country.
Is civil war on the horizon in Iraq?Religious tensions in the region and corrupt politics have the Iraqi people worried that more violence is on the way in a war-torn area that has seen more than 7,000 people killed in the last 12..
Iraqi Prime Minister asks Fallujah residents to oust militantsVice President Joe Biden called the Iraqi Prime Minister to express support, while making it clear that the instability in Anbar province is Iraq's fight. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer..
Iraq violence is spillover from Syrian civil warTwo years after U.S. troops withdrew from Iraq, Islamic extremists affiliated with al Qaeda have taken the city of Fallujah and parts of Ramadi. Militants in neighboring Syria have exported their cause..
New Iran sanctions could unravel nuclear dealIran's Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Ravanchi warns that if the U.S. Senate approves new economic sanctions on Iran, it will be breaking the nuclear deal that was reached in November. Iran's government..
U.N. weapons inspectors visit Iranian production plantU.N inspectors visited a heavy water production plant in Iran. The inspection is part of the nuclear agreement with the U.S. in exchange for easing economic sanctions. Iran's president is walking a..
Hardliners in Iran critical of emerging nuclear dealIranian President Hassan Rouhani is taking flak from some quarters back home over his negotiations on the country's nuclear program. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tehran.
Middle East peace at the deli counterThere's no question that food brings people together. London's bustling Ottolenghi Restaurants and Delis, a success story forged by the partnership of a Jew and Palestinian, is a prime example of the..
Iranians desperate for sanctions relief cheer nuclear dealIran's currency started gathering strength as soon as news of the country's landmark deal to roll back its nuclear program was announced. The deal comes as a relief to business owners, while many hope..
Iran nuclear program: Kerry pushes for interim dealVery intense negotiations between Iran and the U.S. over Tehran's nuclear program resumed Saturday. Both sides agree that serious problems remain despite a major diplomatic push by Secretary of State..
Breakthrough deal on Iran's nuclear program may be on the waySecretary of State John Kerry is making a last-minute trip to Geneva to meet with European diplomats and Iranian officials to hash out, what may be, a breakthrough deal over Iran's nuclear program...
Governments around the world reassess COVID-19 lockdown measures as infections spikeMelbourne, Australia's second largest city, has renewed its lockdown following a spike in COVID-19 infections. Across Europe, other measures are being taken to prevent a second wave following the..
Europe seeing COVID-19 cases rise as worldwide toll nears 18 millionThe total number of COVID-19 cases worldwide stands at nearly 18 million, with the highest case totals outside the U.S. in Brazil, India and Russia. Elizabeth Palmer reports.