Pradeep Thushantha is mourning his family who lost three children in one of the bombings Sunday in Sri Lanka. And, we learn about a website that tracks Iranian oil tankers who are hiding their movements to avoid US sanctions. Plus, Canada's prime minister meets the Simpsons when the family heads to Niagara Falls and causes an international incident.
Sri Lanka in shock
Today we hear stories of people who survived the devastating Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka. Plus, a member of the Christian community in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and his experiences of being part of a Christian minority. And, reactions to the landslide presidential election in Ukraine of comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
After Mueller are US elections safe?
Now that the Mueller report is out, we're looking ahead to the next election and how prepared (or not) the US is to prevent Russian or other foreign interference, cybersecurity attacks and disinformation campaigns. Also, there are concerns about more trouble in Northern Ireland after a journalist was killed covering an outbreak of violence in the city of Derry. And Peru's experience with fake tabloid news in the 1990s created a generation of people who either believe fake news or doubt everything they read.
Examining the Mueller report
Drilling down the Mueller report and how Russians are viewing the redacted document. Plus, North Korea tested a new tactical guided weapon and it no longer wants to negotiate with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. And, we hear from the first person with albinism ever to appear on a Vogue cover.
Trump veto keeps US involved in Yemen war
President Donald Trump has vetoed a bill that would have ended US involvement in Yemen's civil war. Also, a former president of Peru commits suicide rather than face arrest in a corruption scandal. Plus, exploring a new path to the top of Mount Everest.