January 22, 2020 | Link TV
January 22, 2020
Saudi Phone Hacking
U.N. experts demand an investigation into evidence Saudi Arabia hacked into the phone of Washington Post and Amazon owner Jeff Bezos.
The lead Democrat prosecutor in Donald Trump's impeachment trial makes a case for removing him from office.
Defiant in Davos
In Davos, the president is defiant and brags about withholding evidence.
China holds flights and trains out of the city at the center of a virus outbreak that has killed 17 people so far.
No-Fly Zone Threat
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar's forces threaten to shoot down any plane using the airspace around the capital Tripoli.
On today's episode, Brazil's supreme court releases a video of President Jair Bolsonaro saying he will sack top law enforcement officials to protect his family.
Anger in Hong Kong as China proposes tough new national security laws for the city.
Concerns for the safety of millions of people as powerful cyclone Ampham makes landfall in eastern India and Bangladesh.
The W.H.O. welcomes scrutiny over its handling of the coronavirus pandemic amid threats that the U.S. will pull its funding permanently.
As the U.S. death toll from coronavirus passes 90,000, President Trump reveals he's taking a malaria drug that has divided medical experts.
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