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September 25, 2017
Desperation in Puerto Rico, protests and what still feels like a Muslim ban The disaster in Puerto Rico is far from over. The New York Times' Francis Robles joins us from San Juan. Also, we profile an Afghan refugee who won asylum in Germany. And, President Donald Trump's clash with the sports world did not go unnoticed outside the US.
Puerto Rico's recovery, Facebook's election pledge, history of Tiki bars Puerto Rico faces a long road to recovery after being battered by Hurricane Maria. Also, President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un continue to trade insults and threats. Plus, a conversation with South African body positive activist Lesego Legobane.
Trump tightens the economic noose on 'Rocket Man' and encourages his friends to go to Africa 'to get rich' President Donald Trump announces a new set of sanctions on North Korea, while South Korea says it?s resuming aid to the North. We hear how Africans are reacting to Trump?s comment that his friends are going to the continent to get rich. Plus, the global effort to get more girls interested in shark science.
North Korea accuses US of declaring war But the White House dismisses the comments by North Korea's foreign minister as "absurd".
Iraqi Kurdistan referendum: High turnout in independence vote A "yes" victory is expected in an independence referendum strongly opposed by Baghdad.
US Marines get first female infantry officer A woman lieutenant makes history by graduating from the US Marine Corps' infantry officer training.
Thousands Flee Bali's Mount Agung After Volcano Threat Level Is Raised Authorities say the mountain, which last erupted 54 years ago, is poised to go at any time.
'You Have To Try': Puerto Ricans, Without Power, Find Ways Forward Hurricane Maria knocked out power across the entire island, and many areas lack running water. Doing laundry, turning on the lights, eating dinner: Everyday life has become a constant challenge.
Puerto Rico's Arecibo Radio Telescope Suffers Hurricane Damage Early reports that a secondary dish at the observatory was destroyed by Maria turn out not to be correct, according to a group that helps run the facility.