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February 28, 2017
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Kansas shooting reverberates in India, Pochekun, and 'world music' at 30 The fatal shooting of an Indian engineer in Kansas is felt across the US and in India. Plus, the Iranian scientist who accepted the Oscar for best foreign language film. And, we talk "world music" with former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart.
VX and Kim Jong-nam, ditching the ICC, theater before Shakespeare The chemical weapon VX and its use in the killing of the North Korean leader's half brother. Plus, why several African countries want to ditch the International Criminal Court. And, how the theater scene developed in London ? before Shakespeare's time.
Mexico scorns Trump's proposal, Poland's debate over history, confusing the Texas and Chilean flags Mexicans are reacting to President Donald Trump's moves on border security, deportations and trade. Also, Poland's version of the battle over alternative facts. Plus, why people are using the Chilean flag emoji when they're texting about Texas.
World Headlines
Kim Jong-nam death: Two women to face murder charges Two women will be charged on Wednesday over the killing of Kim Jong-nam, Malaysia's prosecutor says.
Libya exposed as an epicentre for migrant child abuse A Unicef report exposes the extreme dangers of violent and sexual abuse faced by child migrants.
SpaceX to fly two tourists around Moon in 2018 The US rocket company says the customers have already paid for the flight planned for late 2018.
What's your movie 'constituency'?
Wesley Morris, New York Times culture critic, says the best picture nominees had very different audiences.
U.S. companies are hopeful but wary about trade under Trump
Textbook publishers in a bind as students go digital
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