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Oil giant Exxon Mobil has been fined for violating sanctions against Russia. We hear what role Secretary of State Rex Tillerson may have played as Exxon CEO. Also, we examine the trafficking of domestic workers by foreign diplomats. Plus, the band Bokanté blends West Africa, the Caribbean and the Mississippi Delta.
The US State Department plans to shut down its war crimes office — we'll take a look. Also, Australians wonder what's happening in America after an Australian woman is shot dead by police in Minneapolis. Plus, we remember San Francisco's Summer of Love, 50 years later.
President Donald Trump ends a CIA program backing moderate rebel groups in Syria. Also, Canada's prime minister says he's concerned about climate change while also supporting new oil pipelines. Plus Zimbabwean band Mokoomba.
An new anti-immigrant organization called Defend Europe wants to stop migrants at sea before they can cross the Mediterranean. Also, how a Syrian refugee family in Germany is adjusting to life there. Plus Olive Yang, the Burmese warlord who defied traditional gender roles.
President Donald Trump decides not to scrap the Iran nuclear deal. Also, National Geographic's Joel Sartore and his "Photo Ark" of endangered wildlife species. Plus, why Chinese internet censors don't like Winnie the Pooh.
Venezuela's opposition held a symbolic referendum and millions voted against the country's president. We'll look at the current state of affairs. Also, we examine the difficult lives of Pakistan's atheists. Plus, how George Romero inspired zombie fans worldwide.