Guest Host: John Donvan

Sheets of paper display names and lists of people and the hospitals they are in near a school where at least 21 children died and more are missing in Mexico City on September 20, 2017 as the search for survivors continue after a strong 7.1 quake hit central Mexico on the 32nd anniversary of a devastating 1985 quake.

Sheets of paper display names and lists of people and the hospitals they are in near a school where at least 21 children died and more are missing in Mexico City on September 20, 2017 as the search for survivors continue after a strong 7.1 quake hit central Mexico on the 32nd anniversary of a devastating 1985 quake.

Many Mexicans are holding onto hope that missing relatives and friends will soon be accounted for among the rubble left by a devastating earthquake this week. Meanwhile, another powerful storm threatens the safety of residents in the Caribbean.

The U.S. doled out more sanctions on North Korea following a fiery speech from President Trump to the U.N. General Assembly that resorted to name calling aimed at Kim Jong Un. Trump has also reportedly made a decision about the future of the Iran nuclear deal … although he’s not revealing his hand yet.

Plus, Germany heads to the polls this weekend and a controversial new statue is unveiled in Russia.

Guests

  • Jon Sopel North America editor, BBC
  • Carrie Kahn NPR international correspondent based in Mexico City.
  • Susan Glasser Chief international affairs columnist, Politico
  • Demetri Sevastopulo Washington bureau chief, Financial Times

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