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A century after the Russian Revolution, many Russians aren't sure how to remember the Soviet Union. Also, what epidemics can teach us about preventing gun violence. Plus, the blind Turkish kayaker who dreams of crossing the Bosphorus.
The Paradise Papers report sheds light on how the global rich stay that way. We'll take a look. Also, questions about Russian investment in Facebook and Twitter. Plus, how one Syrian woman uses SpongeBob cartoons to teach her child formal Arabic.
We preview President Trump's 12-day, five-country trip to Asia. Also, writer Wajahat Ali on how the common Arabic phrase "Allahu Akbar" has been hijacked by extremists. Plus, the African artists of Zaire 74, the musical side of the famous "rumble in the jungle."
Republicans in Congress unveiled their tax overhaul. How do the recommended changes compare to tax systems in other countries? Also, New Zealand is proposing special visas for climate refugees. Plus, Saudi Arabia has granted citizenship to a robot.
President Donald Trump vows to shut down diversity visa program after New York attack. Also, Congress probes Russian election meddling via social media. And putting the suffering of Australia's Stolen Generations into poetry.
Reactions from Russia and Ukraine, two nations that feature prominently in the Russia campaign meddling investigation. Also, how President Donald Trump's "global gag rule" on abortion threatens funding for health clinics in Kenya. Plus, London's version of the Day of Dead.