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September 22, 2017
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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.
Mexico City reeling from earthquake, Miami immigrants help neighbors after Hurricane Irma Central Mexico is still reeling after Tuesday's major earthquake. We hear how immigrant communities are trying to put their lives back together after Hurricane Irma. And a new statue in Moscow pays tribute to the inventor of the AK-47.
A new warning to North Korea, Mexico City quake, Modi's army of internet trolls President Donald Trump uses his first speech to the UN General Assembly to send another strong warning to North Korea. Also, how Alaska sells its wild salmon in the global economy. And remembering the Russian engineer who may have saved us from an accidental nuclear war
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UK PM bids to break deadlock over Brexit PM expected to offer two-year transition period with continued EU payments in major Brexit speech.
North Korea: Trump and Kim call each other mad North Korea's leader ratchets up the war of words, but the US president responds in kind.
Uber London loses licence to operate Ride-hailing app Uber is "not fit and proper" to operate in London, the transport regulator says.
What To Know About The Independence Referendum In Iraqi Kurdistan In a referendum scheduled for Monday, Kurds are expected to vote in favor of separating from Iraq. International opposition to the referendum is overwhelming.
Top Stories: Russian Meddling In Social Media; Uber Loses London License Also: A man is charged with attempted murder in the London subway bombing; hurricane conditions arrive in the Turks and Caicos Islands; and it snows in the Sierra Nevadas on the last day of summer.
Why A Potential 'Free Speech Week' At Berkeley Is Causing A Stir Organized by a conservative student publication and right-wing activist Milo Yiannopoulos, the event is a response to what they see as university efforts to shut down conservative speakers on campus.
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