Full story - June 26, 2019
Steam rises from a power plant
As leaders head to the G20, a new report finds that few are making progress on ending pledges to reduce reliance on coal.
Full story - June 26, 2019
A woman with a blue shirt on is walking past the camera with a large envelop in her hand covering her face.
A searing image of a man and his daughter facedown in the Rio Grande is a heartbreaking example of the dangers migrants can face on the journey to the US. The picture echoes one of a Syrian boy from 2015.
Full episode - June 26, 2019
A woman is shown walking torward the camera with a large envelop in front of her face.
A single photo with the power to focus the world's attention on the migrant crisis at the US-Mexico border this week. We analyze the impact of the image depicting a father and his toddler drowned while trying to cross the Rio Grande river. Also, the confrontation with Iran reverberates across the Middle East. And, the G-20 meets in Japan this week, and climate activists have something to say about it.
Full story - June 26, 2019
A group of protesters stand in a line holding signs protesting family separation and incarceration of migrants
Minority groups united at a weekend protest at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where the US government plans to hold 1,400 migrant children. For the protesters, Fort Sill is a reminder of Native Americans and Japanese Americans who were held there in the past.
Full story - June 26, 2019
Close-up photos of Irineo Mujica, left, and Cristobal Sanchez at news conferences after their release in Tapachula, Mexico.
Mexico faces pressure to stop migrants from reaching the US, especially since Trump's tariff threat. Now, it's cracking down on those who help migrants.
Full episode - June 25, 2019
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is shown waving while standing next to an Iranian flag.
Iran is calling new US sanctions "idiotic" and says the door for negotiations with Washington is now permanently closed. So, what happens next? Also, an update on the case of an Iranian-British dual national jailed by Iran on espionage charges for the past three years. She maintains her innocence, and her husband is staging a hunger strike outside the Iranian Embassy in London. Plus, on the eve of the first Democratic 2020 presidential debate, we hear what main themes are emerging from the race when it comes to two major topics: immigration and climate.
Full story - June 25, 2019
Joanna
Argentina has strict laws against abortion. But a movement to decriminalize abortion has gained traction in the predominantly Catholic country in recent years.
Full story - June 25, 2019
Iranian-British aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is seen in an undated photograph.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested and accused of espionage while visiting her parents in Iran in 2016. To protest her imprisonment, she and her husband are conducting a joint hunger strike from her prison in Iran and from outside the Iranian Embassy in the UK.
Full story - June 25, 2019
ruined homes in seoul during the korean war
Allan Manuel’s never-before-seen photos reveal much about vibrant life on the Korean peninsula in a time of overwhelming death — and when most were certainly suffering.
Full story - June 24, 2019
Cesar Espinosa, an immigrant rights' activist and head of FIEL, leads demonstrators protesting the Trump administration's immigration policies as part of a "Families Belong Together" rally in Houston, Texas, June 30, 2018.
Days after President Donald Trump called off raids he said would arrest "millions" of immigrants, people are still anxious and concerned — and preparing for the worst.

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