Daily Edition Archive

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Canada's far right in Quebec, Hurricane Harvey and climate change

As more asylum seekers cross from the US into Canada, some Canadians say their government is being too welcoming of immigrants. We take a look. Also, a former Navy midshipman talks about being transgender in the military. And two sheepdogs are hailed as heroes in British Columbia.

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Front-line reporting from Syria, a former child soldier on trial, US Open preview

A rare firsthand report from the front lines of the war in Syria. Also, why some Syrian refugees in Lebanon want to go home now. Plus, the historic connection between the Harlem Renaissance and Soviet Russia.

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Trump's back on script, a Navy commander loses his job, and Big Ben goes silent

President Donald Trump speaks about unity and shared values in Reno after his more combative address in Phoenix. Also, the commander of the Navy's 7th Fleet loses his job after a string of ship accidents on his watch. And the Greek city of Thessaloniki acknowledges its Jewish past.

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Focus on immigration again, no instant divorce in India and rainwater beer

President Donald Trump's trip to Arizona shifts the focus in this country to immigration again. Meanwhile, a court ruling in Chile eases the country's total ban on abortion. Plus, one solution to Amsterdam's flooding problem: turn rainwater into beer.

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The eclipse goes global, Trump's Afghan plan and dockless bike sharing

President Donald Trump's new US plan for Afghanistan is expected to including some extra US troops deployed there. We take a look at what else we might expect to hear rom the president. Also, Seattle follow's China's lead and tries dockless bike sharing. Plus, the BBC has a new Pidgin English service for West Africa.

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Bannon is out, Barcelona rallies and eclipse plans

Steve Bannon is out as White House chief strategist — we start there today. Also, what President Trump got wrong about General Pershing and terrorism. Plus, how East Germany fell in love with Frank Zappa.

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Terror in Barcelona, how other countries deal with problematic monuments, Reagan's infamous joke

A van was used to carry out a terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, on Thursday. Also, we look at how South Africa has dealt with monuments that honor apartheid-era leaders. And we remember how a joke uttered by President Ronald Reagan caused a lot of anxiety in the Soviet Union.

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Meet the antifa, responding to racism, NAFTA talks start

A guide to becoming an engaged, change-making citizen in the age of Trump. Plus, a profile of an anti-fascist activist in Charlottesville. And a veteran eclipse watcher from Australia travels to Idaho.

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Trump goes back to blaming 'both sides,' deadly mudslides in Sierra Leone, what we learn from solar eclipses

President Donald Trump makes new comments on the racist violence in Charlottesville and returns to blaming "both sides." Also, North Korea takes a step back from threatening the US; so, is President Donald Trump's "threat diplomacy" working? Also, the Chinese appetite for Red Delicious is good news for US farmers.

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Trump calls racism 'evil' two days after Charlottesville, tracking white supremacists and what is 'antifa'

President Trump issued a carefully worded statement Monday, in which he called neo-Nazis and white supremacists "repugnant." Also, we look at how Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad became a darling of the American far right. Plus, solar eclipses as a religious experience.

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