Stocks around the world rebounded on news of Europe’s long-awaited debt-crisis deal. But analysts say lasting stability will depend on its successful implementation. Moammar Gaddafi’s son reportedly wants to turn himself in to The Hague war crimes court. The U. S. withdraws its ambassador to Syria due to security risks but expects him to return there next month. Yemeni women burn their veils to protest crackdowns on anti-government demonstrations. And the U. N. predicts the world’s population will soon hit seven billion people. Mark Landler (The New York Times), Susan Glasser (Foreign Policy magazine) and Hisham Melhem (Al-Arabiya) join Diane to talk about the week’s top international stories.