Middle East forecast: More turbulence expected
Once again, the Middle East, a region not known for its stability, is facing two crucial dates. The first is the May 12 deadline by which U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. The other, two days later, is when the U.S. officially moves its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a move both Israelis and Palestinians fear could lead to further violence.
Annette Young talks to Robert Malley, the president of the International Crisis Group and former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, on the possible outcomes of these two events.