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October 16, 2017
October 16, 2017
Attack in Mogadishu, Iraqi troops take Kirkuk and Truman's grandson This weekend's terror attack in Somalia's capital takes a toll on Minnesota's Somali American community. We'll check in with the Twin Cities. Also, how dubbing became part of the art of movie-making in Germany. And Harry Truman's grandson plays the former president on stage.
Trump's Iran strategy, the Weinstein scandal and Che's Irish roots President Donald Trump unveils a new Iran strategy, saying he won't certify the Iran nuclear deal. Then we meet a Muslim American comedian, who finds out his image was used as part of Russian election meddling. Plus, we take a look at Che Guevara's Irish roots.
California fires, veterans in Puerto Rico, Johnny Clegg's last tour A radio station becomes a vital source of information for Spanish speakers as wildfires burn through northern California. Plus, helping veterans in storm-devastated in Puerto Rico. And writer Viet Thanh Nguyen on his MacArthur "genius award."
Iraqis enter heart of Kirkuk as Kurds flee Iraqi forces take over key buildings three weeks after a Kurdish independence referendum.
Two Catalan separatists in Spanish custody A Spanish judge orders the detention of two Catalan pro-independence leaders accused of sedition.
Trump denigrates Obama over false fallen soldier claim The president falsely claimed his predecessor had not called the families of fallen US soldiers.
Texas Trucker Pleads Guilty To Smuggling Of Undocumented Immigrants Leading To Deaths Federal authorities say the case is a "glaring reminder" of the dangers of human smuggling across the Southern border. The driver is to be sentenced in January.
Rick Pitino Fired As Louisville Basketball Coach Amid Massive Bribery Probe The Hall of Fame coach had been on unpaid administrative leave since last month, after the school was implicated in a federal bribery and fraud investigation.
In The Wake Of Harvey Weinstein Scandal, Women Say #MeToo The ousting of a powerful Hollywood producer over multiple abuse allegations prompted women and other assault survivors to proclaim a simple idea: that sexual abuse is common in their lives.