July 26, 2019 | Link TV
July 26, 2019
Streaming available at 10:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. PT.
The U.N. condemns the international indifference to the rising death toll in Syria, as children bear the brunt of bombing by government and Russian forces.
Trump’s Wall Plan
The U.S. Supreme Court clears the way for President Trump to tap into Pentagon funds to help build the wall along the Mexico border.
Fires spike as Europe’s heatwave threatens to melt the Arctic ice sheet to a record low.
South Africa’s gold miners win a multi-million dollar compensation deal for fatal illnesses.
Brazilians say they feel abandoned by their government amid warnings the country's death toll could climb five-fold by August.
The senior aid to the British Prime Minister accused of breaching lockdown rules says he has no regrets and behaved reasonably.
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.
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