Wednesday 14 June
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14 June 2017
Following the shooting of a US congressman, our Washington correspondent has the latest update and we discuss the fire at London’s Grenfell Tower with the former planner of the City of London. Plus: the US’s commitment to the ‘One China’ policy, the uncertain status of Al Jazeera in Israel and the man launching a newspaper start-up in Toronto.
14 June 2017
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