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  • 2019-01-23T09:00:00-08:00
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On today's "BBC World News America":

  • More on the negotiations to free the Japanese and Jordanian hostages held by Islamic State militants.



  • A gas explosion causes major damage at a maternity hospital outside of Mexico City.



  • Imagine an office where a chip in your arm controlled everything from printing to getting in the door. BBC's technology correspondent goes to Stockholm to try it out.


  • 2019-01-29T09:00:00-08:00
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BBC World News America

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  • 2019-02-01T09:00:00-08:00
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BBC World News America

On today's show:

  • The world reacts to the brutal killing of a Jordanian pilot by Islamic State militants. "BBC World News America" speaks to a former congresswoman about the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS.



  • Dramatic pictures and videos record the moment a TransAsia plane crashed into a river in Taiwan.



  • What are your loves and fears? One photographer in Washington, D.C. is putting them on display for the world to see.


    • 2019-02-04T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

    On today's show:

  • U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with officials in Kiev to find a resolution to the crisis in Ukraine. "BBC World News America" speaks with Senator Rob Portman on why he thinks the U.S. should be providing more military assistance to Ukranian troops.



  • European scientists pinpoint when stars began to form. The answer could help unlock the origin of the universe.


    • 2019-02-05T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

    On today's show:

  • The Islamic State says that an Arizona woman they took hostage in Syria was killed in a Jordanian airstrike, but there's no evidence so far supporting their claim.



  • German and French leaders are in Moscow to work out a peace plan to stop the fighting in Eastern Ukraine. "BBC World News America" speaks to a former White House official about their chances for success.



  • Can chimpanzees actually pick up a foreign accent? "BBC World News America" heads to Scotland to find out.


    • 2019-02-06T09:00:00-08:00
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    • 2019-02-08T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

    On today's show:

  • A ceasefire deal is brokered in eastern Ukraine. Now the question is, will it hold? "BBC Wold News America" speaks with a former U.S. ambassador to NATO.



  • An Egyptian court releases two Al Jazeera journalists on bail, but a retrial still awaits.



  • London Mayor Boris Johnson stops by to discuss his trip to the U.S.


    • 2019-02-11T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

    • 2019-02-12T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

    On today's show:

  • Nigerian Boko Haram militants have carried out an attack on Chad overnight for the very first time. "BBC World News America" speaks to some of the survivors who were forced to flee with nothing.



  • President Obama travels to Silicon Valley to highlight the importance of cyber security.


    • 2019-02-13T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

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    BBC World News America

    On today's show:

  • Greece asks for an extension on a rescue loan to help its faltering economy, but Germany rejects the proposal, dubbing it a "Trojan horse." "BBC World News America" breaks down the wide reaching implications.



  • Fighting continues in Ukraine, despite a ceasefire. Former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson talks about the crisis.



  • Should killer whales be held in captivity? Here's a look at both sides of the debate.


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    Libya Bombing Leaves Dozens Dead, Greece Gets Bailout Extension

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    On today's show:

  • Multiple explosions kill more than 40 people in Libya. "BBC World News America" speaks with the country's foreign minister about the threat being posed by Islamic State.



  • A deal has been reached in Brussels over extending Greece's bailout. But will it be enough?



  • You're probably familiar with Monopoly, but the story behind the board game may surprise you.


    • 2019-02-20T09:00:00-08:00
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    BBC World News America

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