Disasters in Libya and Morocco
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Former CIA officer Sue Mi Terry discusses Kim Jung Un's recent diplomatic visit to Russia, saying that it will be beneficial to both countries' governments. Flooding has killed more than 2000 people in Libya, and an estimated 10000 people are missing. Ben Wedeman reports that hospitals in Derna are out of service, and the true extent of the unprecedented catastrophe is unknown. Friday's Morocco earthquake has killed more than 2900 people. Nada Bashir reports from Moulay Brahim in the Atlas Mountains. Hadas Gold: The Israeli Supreme Court has begun debating their own ability to declare government actions illegal. Their decision is due January 12, 2024. Omar Jimenez reports on labor organizing in the auto industry. The United Auto Workers are preparing to strike due to the rising cost of living, stagnant wages, and poor work conditions. The US Department of Justice and dozens of states have begun trying Google for antitrust practices, saying that the company has become a monopoly. Conservative economic analyst and former World Bank President David Malpass says that the US government should implement greater austerity to lower inflation. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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