SpockDead

Leonard Nimoy, Spock from 'Star Trek,' Dies at 83

Image Credit: Reuters/Fred Prouser

On today's show:

  • British intelligence services are under scrutiny after the identity of "Jihadi John" is revealed. "BBC World News America" speaks with the former NATO Supreme Allied Commander about what can be done to stop radicalization.



  • A blogger is brutally murdered in public in Bangladesh.



  • The show remembers the life and career of Leonard Nimoy, Spock from "Star Trek."


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    On today's show:

    • Multiple attacks in Syrian cities kill over 70 people as IS claims responsibility.
    • Iraq begins an offensive to retake the city of Fallujah from IS control.
    • And Obama is visiting Vietnam and announced the US would stop banning weapon sales.

     

     

     

     

     

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    FIFA President Sepp Blatter Re-Elected Despite Scandal

    On today's show:

  • FIFA president Sepp Blatter is re-elected to a fifth term despite a scandal that his engulfing football's governing body.



  • "BBC World News America" is on the border between Thailand and Malaysia where migrants are telling harrowing tales of being held captive in deplorable conditions.



  • Nigeria swears in a new president.




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    The Latest on the FIFA Corruption Investigation

    On today's show:

  • The latest on the FIFA corruption investigation. A former Vice President of football's ruling body says he is ready to tell investigators all.



  • A rare report about an Islamic State cell that has carried out multiple bombings.



  • A free education? Why so many American students are heading to Germany for college.




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    On today's show:

    • Authorities in Ukraine say they have thwarted an attack on a major sporting event in France.
    • California voters get set to vote as the presidential primaries draw to a close.
    • And, cellist Yo-Yo Ma gives us a private concert to promote his international aims. 

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    On today's show:

    • Hillary Clinton clinches the Democratic nomination but she is still fighting to win the California primary tonight.
    • The BBC has been given exclusive material on the destruction in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
    • And, Germany may not be the first place you think of watching a cricket match but get ready.

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    On today's show:

    • We’ll have full coverage of the shooting in Orlando which has left 49 people dead and more than 50 injured.
    • Our correspondents on the scene will bring you all of the latest -- including a look at what may have motivated the gunman and stories of those who survived.  

     

     

     

     

     

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    On today's show:

    • We’ll have full coverage on the massacre in Orlando and the political fallout.
    • New details are emerging about the shooter and what his wife may have known.
    • Plus, President Obama and Donald Trump have a war of words over what the proper response to the tragedy should be. 

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    On today's show:

    • The Russian track and field team has been banned from the Rio Olympics over allegations of doping.
    • We’re with Iraqi forces as they try to take back the city of Fallujah.
    • And, what does it take to become Pakistan’s top female squash player? We’ll meet her to find out. 

     

     

     

     

     

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