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Thousands take to the streets of Russian cities to protest corruption on what was also a national holiday in Russia — we'll take a look at multiple angles. Also, how a female surfer is shaking things up in Morocco. And a German orchestra conductor organizes a concert against President Donald Trump's border wall.
In a press conference today, President Donald Trump called former FBI Director James Comey "a leaker." Also, British Prime Minister Theresa May's election gamble backfires badly. Plus, the story behind "Despacito," the Latin song that's taken over the planet.
All eyes were on former FBI director James Comey today in Washington. We hear how Comey's testimony played in Moscow. Plus, it's back to the polls for British voters. And a through-the-looking-glass tour of Caracas, Venezuela.
ISIS claims responsibility for the twin attacks in Iran. Plus, a Ramadan campaign in Southern California called "Taco Trucks at Every Mosque." And, why Latin rocker Juanes wants to stay positive.
Why some Londoners passed on Facebook's safety check feature after the London attacks. Also, how an Indian girl was trafficked by her own family but eventually managed to find a way out. Plus, the music of Iranian-Canadian duo Niyaz.
The mood in London after Saturday night's London Bridge attack — we'll take the temperature of the community. Also, we'll examine if wall-to-wall media coverage of terror attacks and their aftermath is exactly what the attackers want? Plus, how fake turtle eggs with GPS trackers could help catch poachers in Nicaragua.