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Could the travel ban be a factor in America's plunging global reputation?
A new global survey show world confidence in the US since Trump has took office tanked from 64% to 22%. Could the travel ban be a factor of this? On the show is former Chief of Staff at U.S Customs and Border Protection Marco Lopez from Homeland Security and veteran foreign correspondent Robin Wright from, 'The New Yorker,' who has a strong grip of views from around the world. The Trump administration plans to slash funding to the U.N which could mean a huge drop in aid to Africa, leading to more poverty and extremism. Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Jeffrey Gettleman has more than a decade's experience in covering East Africa for the New York Times.
ISIS faces endgame in Iraq and Syria but has it spread to the Philippines?
US led coalition said only a, "couple of hundred," ISIS fighters remain in Mosul and the Iraqi PM, Haider al-Abadi described it as "an official announcement" of ISIS' defeat. Karin Von Hippel is former Chief of Staff to General John Allen, the Director of the Anti-ISIS Coalition during President Obama's administration, she says, "ISIL 2.0 is still to be determined." In the Philippines, ISIS recently captured the city of Marawi, we have a report from Ivan Watson on the ground speaking to the victims and doctors that say, "It's the first time I've seen this huge number of casualties."
Royal Decrees: The Queen opens Parliament and change of heir to the throne in Saudi Arabia
The Queen has spoken for the State of the Opening of Parliament where the Brexit bill dominates the agenda. Labour MP Hilary Benn hopes to continue to chair the Brexit select committee, he joins us on the show. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, King Salman removes his nephew as crown price and elevates his 31-year-old son, Mohammed bin Salman to first in line to the throne. What is the significance? Ali Shihabi is the executive director of the Arabia Foundation, a Washington-Based Think Tank he says, "it removed any ambiguity about the future succession of the monarchy."
North Korea: Growing outrage over death of Otto Warmbier and World Refugee Day
A 22 year-old American student Otto Warmbier was held captive for 17 months in North Korea. He returned to the US in a coma, days later his family announced his death. On the show is Bill Richardson, a Former US Ambassador to the United Nations, he helped secure Warmbier's release. A new report from the UN on refugees and the numbers are staggering. Almost 66 million people are displaced from their homes, David Miliband is CEO of the International Rescue Committee, he just returned from South Sudan and Uganda where the UN says the situation is at, "breaking point."
UK: London Mosque Terror Attack and Brexit Negotiations Begin
Shortly after Ramadan prayers a van ploughs through a crowd of worshipers at Finsbury Park Mosque in London. This will be the 4th terror attack that has struck the capital in 3 months. We report live from the crime scene with the latest on the investigation talking to eye witnesses and the government's response from 10 Downing Street. On the show feature guests include the UK's former most senior Muslim Police Officer and on Brexit, Elmar Brok who is a member of the European Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee says, "it's a better start," than he thought.
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