Latin America's reckoning with racism and police violence
The World continues its coverage of campaigns for police reform across the globe. Host Marco Werman speaks with Siana Bangura, an organizer in London, and Miski Noor, an activist with Black Visions Collective in Minneapolis. Also, The World's Jorge Valencia has a story about police killings in Latin America.
Tensions continue to escalate between the US and China. The US Navy is dispatching two aircraft carriers plus support ships to the western Pacific, a powerful signal to Beijing. Host Marco Werman speaks with military analyst Sim Tack about the escalations.
With international tourism falling off a cliff, governments are trying to mitigate things by allowing their citizens to visit neighboring countries. But with "travel bubbles" forming around the world, the US hasn't been invited to buddy up with anybody. The World's Bianca Hillier has more.
And, US President Donald Trump authorized economic sanctions against the International Criminal Court this week, unhappy about efforts to investigate US personnel. The World's Rupa Shenoy reports.
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