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March 27, 2017
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Egypt's Mubarak freed, returning to Palmyra, reporting abuse when you're undocumented Reaction from Cairo on the release from detention of Egypt's former long-term dictator, Hosni Mubarak. Also, an Israeli-American teenager is the prime suspect in a recent wave of bomb threats made against Jewish community centers in the US. Plus, a film that's become a cultural touchstone for many Latinos in the US.
Keep calm and carry on in London, unpacking 'lone wolf' attacks, and Britain's reluctant astronaut How groups like ISIS seek to influence so-called "lone wolf" attackers. Plus, life in Cuba, post-Fidel. And, a conversation with a British citizen who recently won a contest for a seat on a commercial space flight ... but isn't really sure he wants to go.
Attacks in London, Russia the boogeyman, and health care Finland-style A deadly attack today in central London caused the Houses of Parliament to go into a security lockdown. Also, the increasingly dark view of Russia in Washington. And, Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef, in exile in the US, is trying to jump-start his career in a very different environment.
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