Katty Kay

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.


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    On today's show:

    • We remember the life of Prince, pop superstar and music icon, who died today at age 57.
    • President Obama met with Gulf States to discuss the fight against IS.
    • And Queen Elizabeth II turns 90 years old.

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    On today's show:

    The White House says it is talking to Russia to renew a ceasefire in Syria but on the ground the death toll continues to mount.

    A U.S. citizen has been sentenced to hard labor in North Korea.

    And, from Namibia "BBC World News America" continues their series on the ivory trade. 
     

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    On today's show:

    • Scientists say they have a near perfect picture of the genetic mutations which cause breast cancer -- leading to new hope about treatments.
    • The U.S. Secretary of State makes a push for reviving the ceasefire in Syria.
    • And one Russian lawmaker is taking on the Eurovision song contest.  

     

     

     

     

     

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    On today's show:

    • Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff sits down exclusively with the BBC and says efforts to impeach her are illegal.
    • An airstrike kills dozens at a refugee camp in Syria.
    • Plus, a rare look inside North Korea and how even toddlers are getting for a political gathering there

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    On today's show:

    • Wildfires in Canada force tens of thousands to evacuate.
    • In North Korea the Workers Party Congress gets underway with great fanfare.
    • And, this weekend Sir David Attenborough turns 90 -- tonight we spin through some of his greatest encounters.

     

     

     

     

     

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    On today's show:

    • Brazil’s political crisis takes another twist after impeachment proceedings against President Rousseff are called into question.
    • Officials in Canada get a look at the path of destruction ripped by wildfires.
    • And, one photographer is bringing animals back to the places where they once roamed.

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    On today's show:

    • Brazil’s Senate votes to impeach President Dilma Rousseff. We’ll bring you the latest on the political drama unfolding.
    • Republican frontrunner Donald Trump meets with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan as the party tries to unify.
    • And, celebrating the athletes of the Invictus Games. 

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    On today's show:

    • European efforts to stop people smugglers off the coast of Libya have failed say British lawmakers. We’re at sea to see the result.
    • Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau tours the wildfire damage in Fort McMurray.
    • And, we hear from director Jodie Foster on her new movie, "Money Monster."

     

     

     

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    On today's show:

    • Donald Trump takes on the London mayor and British Prime Minister over their critique of his call to ban Muslims from the U.S. 
    • Angelina Jolie speaks to the BBC about the need to address the migrant crisis.
    • And, everyone is trying to cash in on Cuba’s cool factor but in the rush are local artists being left behind?

     

     

     

     

     

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    On today's show:

    • An Egyptair flight crashed en route from Paris to Cairo, 66 people were on board. We look into whether it was a mechanical error or an attack.
    • And honouring a man who saved hundreds of children during WWII.

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