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The countdown to Kenya's election results
Former US Secretary of State John Kerry says, "Kenya has put together a process that will allow, "every votes integrity to be proven and to be protected." We speak to Presidential candidate Odinga about his view of the process. Plus, Richard Dawkins is one of Britain's most influential and controversial scientist. Clarissa Ward speaks to him about his new book called, "Science in the Soul."
North Korea and Trump: The Fire and the Fury
Ramped up rhetoric from both sides as President Trump warns North Korea it "best not make any more threats to the US, they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen." North Korea responds and says they are "examining the operational plan," to strike areas around the US Island Territory of Guam. Clarissa Ward speaks to Meredith Sumpter, Asia Director from Eurasia Group and CNN's Ivan Watson has the latest from Guam. Also, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Thomas Ricks talks about his new book, "Churchill & Orwell: The Fight for Freedom."
South Africa: President Zuma's survival
President Jacob Zuma survives another no-confidence vote. Journalist Richard Poplak, Senior Writer Daily Maverick joins the show from South Africa. A Washington report says North Korea has miniaturized a nuclear warhead. Clarissa Ward speaks to Scott Seaman, Asia Director from Eurasia Group, and CNN's Will Ripley has the latest from Beijing.
South African opposition leader, North Korea
South African opposition leader Mmusi Maimane explains why he believes President Jacob Zuma should be booted from office with a no confidence vote, set to take place on Tuesday. And Gary Samore, former top U.S. arms control official, says de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is unrealistic. Clarissa Ward sits in for Christiane Amanpour.
The Republican revolt and democracy in Pakistan
Republican Senator Jeff Flake has been an outspoken critic of President Trump. Michael Holmes speaks with him, in Washington. And Pakistan has a newly sworn in prime minister, who says he is no "bench warmer" for his predecessor's brother, Shahbaz Sharif. Michael speaks to Husain Haqqani, former Pakistani ambassador to the US.