Today, we start with a look at newsrooms around the globe, mourning journalists killed in Annapolis, Maryland, on Thursday. And, Vice President Mike Pence tells central American leaders to do more to stop migrants coming to the US. But what are the factors that are pushing people to leave the region in the first place? Also, we take you back to 1998 when France won the World Cup with a racially diverse team.
Five people were killed Thursday in an attack on a community paper in Annapolis, Maryland. But local journalists around the world are vulnerable to attacks, says the head of the Committee to Protect Journalists. And violence against them is on the rise in the United States.
A new French documentary looks back at the 20 years since a victory that made all of France proud. In it, defender Lilian Thuram wonders: ”The French team was composed of players of different colors and different religions; can we also accept this in our society, outside of sports?”