Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/26/2017 at 18:33. Facebook
Two decades ago, J.K. Rowling conjured Harry Potter's magic spell for the first time. In two weeks: my exclusive interview with her. #HarryPotter20
Sylvia Marciniak
Emellia Ismanto Mehus
Emellia Ismanto Mehus
Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/26/2017 at 18:26. Facebook
She named her child "Martial Law." The baby was born on the day ISIS invaded her Philippine city of Marawi. Civilians there are paying a heavy toll, as militants fight street to street with government troops. Ivan Watson reports.
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Alhaji Baba Bukar
Jan Jackson
Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/23/2017 at 11:27. Facebook
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres tells CNN that “other countries are ready to occupy” any space left by American disengagement from the world, and that that can be “to the detriment of American interests.”
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Jacqueline Patchen
Tere Martinez
Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/21/2017 at 18:18. Facebook
UK Labour MP Hilary Benn says Theresa May's government now realizes it will need a new way to document the three million EU citizens in the UK. #Brexit
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Terry Miller
Abe March
Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/21/2017 at 11:08. Facebook
"Anybody who seeks to drive a wedge between communities or to turn one group against another is doing exactly what the terrorists want us to do."
Anybody who seeks to drive a wedge between communities or to turn

Opinion | Brendan Cox: Against Hatred, Wherever It Comes From
Aman Siddiqui
Muandzevara Muafuembarem
Cate Callahan
Christiane Amanpour
Christiane Amanpour
06/21/2017 at 11:05. Facebook
Budget cuts mean that starving people in South Sudan get only 6kg vs. the previous 12kg per month of food aid from the World Food Programme, says David Miliband. The real-world impact of potential Trump cuts, he says.
Diane Walker
Bob Auwood
Shanna Webb
Congratulations Muzoon Almellehan! The 19-year-old education activist (and Syrian refugee) has just been named a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Here’s Isa Soares’ report on her last year.
Congratulations Muzoon Almellehan The 19yearold education activist and Syrian re

From warzone to British school - CNN Video
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Renante Nate
"I see women changing the game, I see more women speaking up," Manal al-Sharif, imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for driving while female, tells me. Watch the full interview: [ Link ]
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Almas Omar
Mike Drips
Maura Doherty
Cristina Georgiana Costache
Howard Peter Brody
"Let's talk about those things that we have in common. I think it's overdue."
"Let's talk about those things that we have in common I think it's overdue"

Jo Cox's husband remembers her death one year on
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Zoe Foster
Abdellah Meroul
One year ago, British MP Jo Cox was murdered in her constituency, just ahead of the UK’s Brexit vote.

Her husband, Brendan, is marking the anniversary with The Great Get Together -- get-togethers across Britain, “in celebration of Jo’s belief that we have more in common” than that which divides us.

He told me this week: “Let's talk about those things that we have in common. I think it's...
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One year ago British MP Jo Cox was murdered in her constituency
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Theresa May must stop appealing to “back-bencher Neanderthals and anti-Europeans” in the Conservative Party, says Peter Hain, former British minister for Europe. Her approach of “insulting” European leaders, he says, is “catastrophic.”
Joanne Tierney
Rosemarie Ganpatsingh Choosheenam
Nasir Esmail
Theresa May’s government has a “lack of understanding” and “level of incompetence” on Northern Ireland, whose peace deal is threatened by Brexit, says Peter Hain, former UK secretary for Norther Ireland.
Steven Morson
Carolina Villaseca Witt
Nick Bennyhoff
“The shit has hit the fan.” Irish farmers straddle the border – which is now virtually invisible – and are fretting about what might come after Brexit. Nic Robertson reports.
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Gjergji Prifti
Karrin W. Willey
"The special counsel is moving in a very good direction for establishing a clear criminal case against the President," former Assistant Watergate Special Prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks tells me after the Washington Post reported that Trump is being investigated for possible obstruction of justice.
Gabriel Chiren Gottlieb
Mike Rose
Tania Acar
Theresa May “is no longer in charge of the Brexit negotiations -- that, uncomfortably, is the truth," says Peter Hain, former UK minister for Europe.
Barbara Buchanan
Paul Chambers
Rupok Reza
Watch the brilliant Brendan Cox, and hear his heartbreaking memories from "#MoreInCommon. It's been one year since he lost his wife Jo, the slain British MP, and their two little kids lost "mum." [ Link ]
Watch the brilliant Brendan Cox and hear his heartbreaking memories from MoreInCommon

Remembering Jo Cox by bringing people together - CNN Video
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Duhglass Yung
Rosemarie Wallberg
It's a real tragedy that the Grenfell Tower tenants warned they didn’t feel safe ahead of the fire, the former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone tells me. [ Link ]
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Sunday Robert
Claudiu Ghimbos
“The Kremlin is saying, ‘We control the rules.’ And Alexei Navalny is saying, ‘No you don’t any longer.’” I speak with The Economist’s Arkady Ostrovsky as Navalny, a Russian opposition leader, leads nation-wide protests.
Michele Gardner
Eric Franco
Niels Peter Ørbæk Henriksen
“Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” President Reagan’s speech in Berlin was 30 years ago today. Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke out about another wall … in Mexico today.
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Sheri Gammon Dewling
Jim Crispino