Bomba Estéreo's Liliana Saumet was blown away by New York, it's mix of music and performing daytime concerts in Central Park. "Seeing families, with children, coming out to picnic and catch the show. I loved that," she says.
Cedric Belfrage was long known as a British intelligence agent in New York in World War Two. Newly declassified documents reveal he was also working for Moscow. One Russian historian describes as one of the most important agents the Soviets ever had.
"It's personal," they say — an effort to combat anti-immigrant messages at home. “The more publicity there was in the media against the immigrants, the more movement there was to organize aid convoys,” says Mona Dohle.
Tensions between North and South Korea are high again after two South Korean soldiers were injured by landmines that South Korea says were planted by the North. The South responded with words — very loud words blasted from speakers along the border — which soon escalated into an artillery exchange.