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August 23, 2017
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Focus on immigration again, no instant divorce in India and rainwater beer President Donald Trump's trip to Arizona shifts the focus in this country to immigration again. Meanwhile, a court ruling in Chile eases the country's total ban on abortion. Plus, one solution to Amsterdam's flooding problem: turn rainwater into beer.
The eclipse goes global, Trump's Afghan plan and dockless bike sharing President Donald Trump's new US plan for Afghanistan is expected to including some extra US troops deployed there. We take a look at what else we might expect to hear rom the president. Also, Seattle follow's China's lead and tries dockless bike sharing. Plus, the BBC has a new Pidgin English service for West Africa.
Bannon is out, Barcelona rallies and eclipse plans Steve Bannon is out as White House chief strategist ? we start there today. Also, what President Trump got wrong about General Pershing and terrorism. Plus, how East Germany fell in love with Frank Zappa.
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Donald Trump softens tone to urge 'a new unity' The US president's message drew a sharp contrast with his campaign-style rally the night before.
Clinton: 'Skin crawled' in Trump debate Hillary Clinton says she wishes she had told Donald Trump "back up you creep" during their debates.
'Alarmingly high' levels of arsenic in Pakistan's ground water Up to 60 million Pakistanis are at risk from the deadly chemical, according to a new water analysis.
08/23/2017: Public libraries aren't just for books
With the summer winding down, we'll check in with Westwood Holdings Group's Susan Schmidt about how the markets are doing. Afterwards, we'll discuss Staples' struggling sales, and then look at how some public libraries are starting to loan out musical instruments and telescopes.
The daily grind: Even email spammers work nine-to-five
It?s so that they catch you while you?re at work.
Exxon's public statements about climate change were misleading, Harvard study shows
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