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October 21, 2016
PRI's The World: 10/20/2016 The final presidential debate is over. We'll hear reaction to Republican candidate Donald Trump refusing to say whether he will accept the outcome of the election. Plus, there's been some lively reaction on social media to Trump's "bad hombres" comment during last night's debate. Also, Boise, Idaho, is taking in a lot of Syrian refugees ? 122 so far this year. We'll check in on how it's going.
PRI's The World: 10/19/2016 Russia tests long-range missiles and moves nuclear-capable missiles closer to the West. We learn why. Also, on day three of the Mosul offensive, we learn what a post-ISIS future might look like. Plus, we make some multicultural stops on the US campaign trail ? with Hindus for Donald Trump and Danes for Hillary Clinton.
PRI's The World: 10/18/2016 Today we look at the latest effort to slow global warming ? by swapping out chemicals used in air conditioners: It seems like a small change, but it could have a big impact worldwide. Also, we hear how European countries are combating extremism as ISIS loses ground in Syria and Iraq. Plus, Major League Baseball goes to Africa looking for talent.
Ceta: EU 'not capable' of signing deal says Canadian minister A planned trade deal between the EU and Canada is on the brink of collapse after talks between Canada and a Belgian region broke down on Friday.
Syria conflict: Aleppo a slaughterhouse, UN rights chief says The UN human rights chief describes the Syrian city of Aleppo as a "slaughterhouse" where "crimes of historic proportions" are being committed.
Schiaparelli: Mars probe 'crash site identified' The gouge in the ground likely made by Europe's Schiaparelli probe as it hit the surface of Mars on Wednesday has been imaged by an American satellite.
Washington DC has figured out a way around money bail
Using computer algorithms, DC courts evaluate flight risk and other factors.
Puerto Ricans migrate to Florida for one thing: jobs
As the Puerto Rican economy struggles, a thousand families migrate to Florida every month.
Flooding hits a handful of crucial businesses in one small North Carolina town
In rural communities, a grocery or restaurant can be a lifeline, especially for low income people who have limited transportation options.