A rise in fuel prices sparked protests across Iran on Friday and through the weekend. In response, the Iranian government shut down the Internet for some 80 million people. Plus, how did Rudy Giuliani get entangled in so many foreign policy issues and business ties. Also, the White House has its own lawyers, so why does Giuliani loom so large within the president's orbit? And, Bei Bei the panda heads back to China this week after four years at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. Could the panda's return be part of China's diplomacy efforts?
One Uighur activist living in Virginia started speaking out to protest his mother's detainment in a Chinese "re-education camp." Now, he's calling on the US to do more to protect other Uighurs in China.
Waad al-Kateab decided to film her own life in Aleppo continously for five years, in which she fell in love, married a doctor, gave birth, and survived the months-long siege, airstrikes and snipers, while living in an upper floor of the last hospital in the city.
Unrest in Bolivia worsens as protesters want to restore a popular government that has reduced poverty rates and has given the nation’s long-neglected Indigenous people a voice. Critics see the backlash to interim president Jeanine Añez as a dangerous effort to undermine democracy.
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