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Yemen Mosque Bombings Claim at Least 142

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On today's show:

  • Multiple suicide bombers carry out attacks in Yemen's capital. "BBC World News America" assesses the situation with top security experts.



  • Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan speaks to the BBC in an exclusive interview about the upcoming elections and the growing threat from Boko Haram.



  • Did you see the solar eclipse? If not, here's what you missed.


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    Muhammadu Buhari Wins Nigeria's Election

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  • Nigeria names a new president. "BBC World News America" has the latest on what the election of opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari, over incumbent Goodluck Jonathan, means for Africa's most populous country.



  • It's down to the wire for the Iran nuclear negotiations.



  • How difficult is it to replace bad habits with good ones? Gretchen Rubin, author of "The Happiness Project," sheds some light on the issue.
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    During the winter months, Kushiro Marshland in eastern Hokkaido is home to the celebrated red-crowned crane. Against the ever-changing backdrop of Japan's great marshland, a love story unfolds.

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    The Panama Papers reveal how some of the world's most rich and famous hid their cash.

    A new deal aimed at easing the migrant crisis takes effect.

    And what do America's neighbors think of the U.S. election? "BBC World News America" travels to Canada and Mexico to find out.

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    Drawing on a vast archive of high-quality video and still images, NHK and UNESCO present the beauty and mystique of our shared heritage in an inspiring documentary series. Today: Old City of Sana'a.

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    White House Removing Cuba From Terrorism List

    On today's show:

  • The Iraqi Prime Minister visits the White House to seek more help in defeating Islamic State. "BBC World News America" speaks to a former U.S. ambassador to Iraq to get his assessment.



  • The White House takes Cuba off the list of state sponsors of terrorism.



  • What would you pay for one of the deckchairs on the Titanic? We'll soon find out at auction.


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    On today's show:

    • At least 28 people have died and over 300 wounded in an attack in Kabul claimed by the Taliban.
    • New Yorkers head to the polls in the critical presidential primary vote.
    • And 400 years after his death, Shakespeare enters the realm of virtual reality. 

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    Nepal Seeks Additional Foreign Aid in Aftermath of Earthquake

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    On today's show:

  • Nepal seeks additional foreign aid in the aftermath of a massive earthquake that killed at least 4,000 people. "BBC World News America" speaks with USAID's director of foreign disaster assistance, Jeremy Konyndyk, about the U.S. response.



  • Thousands attend the funeral for Freddie Gray, a Baltimore man who died in police custody on April 19.



  • A U.S. plan to expand a military base in Japan draws protests.
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