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President Trump sends conflicting tweets on whether Russia helped him get elected. Meanwhile, the president's son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, is in Israel to work out a Mideast peace plan, but it's come at a difficult time for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who, on Thursday, formed a coalition government and lawmakers there dissolved parliament. Finally, get a culinary vocabulary lesson in Mon-Khmer.
The frontrunner to succeed Theresa May as British Prime Minister has been ordered to go on trial for allegedly lying and misleading the public during the 2016 Brexit campaign. Plus, a wall has gone up along the Mexico-US border, but it's built by Trump supporters, not the federal government. And, detaining refugees at the border has become big business for local communities.
Malaysia is tired of being an international dumping ground for trash from other countries and is sending the trash back. And, the problem with recycling is that a lot of material thrown in the bin is potentially contaminating other trash. We tell you how one American community is trying to get it right. Plus, a special report from Antarctica where tourists are learning how climate change impacts their lives.
President Donald Trump wraps up three days visiting Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Japan. Also, Italy's Matteo Salvini celebrates a big win in European elections. Plus, luxury cars confiscated from drug lords go up for auction in Mexico.
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced she is stepping down. And, President Trump's tough talk on China sounds a lot like his tough talk on Japan in the 1980s. Plus, how much does a kilogram weigh, really? The answer is more complicated than you might think.
Amid rising tensions between the US and Iran, we ask Sen. Chris Murphy of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee to weigh in. Also, it was a landslide election victory for India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ruling party. And, a report on the first transgender woman to address the Armenian parliament amid widespread discrimination against LGBTQ.