Friday, August 23rd, 2019
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Brazil's indigenous women are marching. They're fighting to protect the Amazon rainforest, which has been engulfed in flames. Who's to blame for the fires? France's president Emanuel Macron is calling the Amazon fires an "international crisis". He wants it to top the agenda at this weekend's G-7 summit. But will concerns over the global economy steal the limelight? And we will go to the streets of Tehran where U.S. sanctions are hitting Iranians hard. In a country where free speech is normally stifled, we hear some candid talk from Iranians about who they blame for the sanctions.
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