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How Haiti and Cuba are preparing for a potentially devastating visit from Hurricane Irma. Plus, a Syrian refugee starts a shoe factory in Turkey. And the "pink lady" who delivers North Korea's propaganda on TV.
Reaction to the Trump administration decision to rescind DACA, the program that protects hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants. Plus, the debate over a statue in New York with links to slavery. And a campaign to get women in rural India to shout their husbands' names.
A sixth nuclear test by North Korea sparks anxiety in Asia and stern warnings from the US. Also, the view from a former North Korean army officer, now a defector in South Korea. Plus, the economic cost of ending DACA.
A young Somali who came to America to start a new life, and discovered a new reality. Also, a former neo-Nazi in Norway who now works to keep kids out of white supremacist groups. Plus, the teacher from southern Spain who asked the Beatles to publish their lyrics.
If President Donald Trump ends DACA, hundreds of thousands of young immigrants currently protected by the program would be in legal limbo. We start there today with a look at how some advocates are preparing. Also, a Martha's Vineyard innkeeper remembers meeting Princess Diana 23 years ago. Plus, the serious message behind a board game about arranged marriages.
Urban designers know how development and flood control can be done better. Also, we'll check in on another megacity that's struggling to cope with huge amounts of water after days of heavy rain: Mumbai, India. And, we'll get a taste of 1970s Somali disco music, thanks to a stash of old recordings that's just come to light after being hidden away for decades in a Mogadishu radio station.