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May 26, 2016
Today On KSJE
Today On KSJE
PRI's The World: 05/25/2016 Gang violence is once again making El Salvador one of the most dangerous countries on Earth. Plus, a look ahead to President Obama's trip to Hiroshima, Japan. And, what happened when a high school in Medford, Massachusetts had to cancel Hijab Day.
PRI's The World: 05/24/2016 Two soldiers turned authors look back at Vietnam and Iraq ? and ahead to how a nation heals in the aftermath of war. Meanwhile, we also noticed that President Barack Obama sat down with chef Anthony Bourdain Monday in Vietnam to try some bun cha. To find out more about this North Vietnamese dish, we called up a Vietnamese American chef who runs a restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Plus, we hear about a designer fish so coveted that people will pay up to $150,000 for one of them ? or even kill for them.
PRI's The World: 05/23/2016 President Barack Obama is in Vietnam, and he announced today that the United States would lift its five-decade-old ban on selling arms to Vietnam. Why the change in policy? It might have something to do with China. Also, we'll head to Austria to hear about a far-right candidate for president who fell just short in elections this weekend. It's part and parcel of a European shift to the right that resonates strongly with the rise of Donald Trump here in the United States. Plus, we hear about countries that want to give all of their citizens a guaranteed basic income: Switzerland is due to decide on the issue soon.
Trump 'wins enough for nomination' Donald Trump wins enough delegates to secure the Republican presidential nomination at the July convention, according to a count by the Associated Press.
Dozens feared dead in migrant shipwreck Up to 30 migrants are feared dead after a boat capsizes off the Libyan coast while some 77 are rescued from the sea by European naval units.
Wave of industrial unrest across France Industrial action over labour law reforms grips France nationwide, with oil refineries, nuclear power stations, ports, airports and railways affected.
The key economic issues on the G7 summit agenda
This week's G7 summit, the dwindling number of bank jobs, and the consequences of 'Finding Dory's' release.
Single women?s homes are worth less than men?s
What?s more is it?s a gap that widens over time.
Bank jobs and branches in decline
There will 800,000 fewer bank jobs in the U.S. by 2025, according to a Citigroup report.