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Facebook is promising to do a better job to prevent abuse of the platform that spreads hate speech in Myanmar. Also, we meet a woman in British Columbia who helps women just released from prison restart their lives. Plus, a trip across the US-Mexico border to rescue greyhounds in Tijuana.
Tensions rise with Russia after President Donald Trump issues a warning via Twitter that US missiles will be headed for Syria. Also, former President Jimmy Carter reflects on what he says is a loss of faith in democratic institutions. Plus, an effort to help Indigenous women stay out of prison in British Columbia.
A father's journey to Syria to find his two daughters, who traveled there from Norway to support ISIS. Also, an activist who was in Douma, Syria, during a suspected chemical attack describes what he saw. Plus, we explore whether success on the football field for the University of Alabama has helped the school recruit more students from outside the US.
An alleged chemical attack in Syria gets President Donald Trump's attention. But will anything change? Also, a couple's home is under threat from rising seas in a coastal English village. Plus, Sri Lanka asks Facebook to do more against hate groups.
Beijing's planned 25 percent tariff on American soybeans could be devastating for Iowa soybean producers. We'll speak with farmer Grant Kimberley, who is also with the Iowa Soybean Association. Plus, The World's Jasmine Garsd reports on Mexican jails, which allow children up to the age of 3 to stay with their incarcerated mothers. And, as a British village loses its battle with coastal erosion, residents prepare to say goodbye to their homes.