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Naira Ashraf. Iman Rashid. Lubna Mansour. Three women who were brutally killed in three separate countries just days apart. I take a closer look at gender-based violence in the Arab world and how the system continues to fail women.
Naira Ashraf. Iman Rashid. Lubna Mansour. Three women who were brutally killed in three separate countries just days apart. I take a closer look at gender-based violence in the Arab world and how the system continues to fail women.
“Everyone understands that to be in NATO means to be safe.”
President of Kosovo @VjosaOsmaniPRKS tells me about her country’s ambitions to join both NATO and the EU.
Behind the frontlines in Ukraine, we are learning of 3 assassination attempts against pro-Russian officials in the Russian occupied Kherson region. @OrenCNN reports:
"He's the most popular leader in the country. He is going to have a chance now to build a new government."

@Tzachi_Hanegbi speaks to me about the dissolution of Israel's parliament and Netanyahu's chances of returning to power.
"There is no progress in sight."
I ask North Macedonia's president
if Ukraine's EU candidacy comes as a slap in the face -- as his country waits on its pending approval for almost 20 years ago:…
'There is no progress in sight' says North Macedonia's President on EU candidacy - CNN Video
"It is impossible to fully replace 155 cubic meters of gas that we received from Russia."
EU Energy Commissioner @KadriSimson tells me how Europe is preparing for potential energy shortages:
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We now have an agreement that paves the way for #Finland & #Sweden to join #NATO. I thank Presidents @RTErdogan & @Niinisto & @SwedishPM for the constructive spirit that made this historic decision possible.
"Children have already started to die."
Eclipsed by the Ukraine war -- famine threatens Somalia and the horn of Africa. Secretary-General of @NRC_Norway @NRC_Egeland tells me what he saw firsthand:
"We are here for you, for the women in the states, and the organizations."
@GIRE_mx Executive Director Rebeca Ramos tells me what lessons Mexico learned in their fight for reproductive rights and how it may help the U.S:
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"[Ukraine has] already shown great progress and resolve. I think today is a day where we show ours."
As the EU leaders vote to accept Ukraine as an EU candidate, I ask the President of @Europarl_EN @EP_President how long the actual admittance will take?
"The @EU_Commission brands itself as a community of democracy and freedom... [but] is partly responsible for what is happening in Ukraine."
I spoke to Polish activists @DominikaLasota1 and @wjedroszkowiak who are calling leaders out on their policies:
"[Ukraine has] already shown great progress and resolve. I think today is a day where we show ours."
As the EU leaders vote to accept Ukraine as an EU candidate, I ask the President of @Europarl_EN @EP_President how long the actual admittance will take?
"A lot of people have nothing at this point, with very little to begin with."
@WFP_Afghanistan Deputy Country Director Hsiao-Wei Lee tells me what her team is seeing on the ground in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake in Afghanistan:
A wonderful welcome by the @Etihad team who are back at @LHR T4 today for the first time since the pandemic. Always good to be heading home to @AbuDhabi
"Energy policy in Germany is creating a cascading crisis and collateral damage across the world."
Economist @ckazok tells me how Germany's plan to increase the use of coal-fired power plants will impact the economy regionally and globally:
"It is just Erdogan's propaganda. Everyone, according to him, is a terrorist."
Kurdish Swedish Parliament Member Amineh Kakabaveh tells me why she keeps fighting for Kurdish rights, as Turkey threatens Sweden's NATO bid:
While inflation is hitting everyone's pockets, it is not hitting everyone equally. I take a closer look at how developing economies are struggling against economic headwinds:
"If you are a country that's borrowed heavily in dollar terms, then you are particularly vulnerable to the current period of rising interest rates."
@GitaGopinath tells me how rate hikes will impact developing markets:
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"Justice for Mr. Khashoggi [is] very important but there is an overarching interest here in stabilizing energy markets."
@RepStephenLynch is 1 of 6 U.S lawmakers calling for Saudi accountability on human rights but tells me he understands the need to recalibrate the relationship:
"One person going today is one too many."
Deputy Director of @DetentionAction James Wilson tells me why he believes the U.K has a responsibility to humanely process refugees seeking asylum in the country:
Tonight, we bid farewell to @IamArwaDamon, a courageous senior international correspondent who has put her heart and humanity into 18 years of CNN reporting:
"A major goal... is to establish potential culpability of the former president."
I ask @carriecordero what a U.S Committee hopes to achieve from the January 6th hearings:
"Vladimir Putin has spent a lot of time reading these history books in lockdown."

@simonmontefiore tells me why it was not surprising to hear Vladimir Putin justify his war in Ukraine by comparing his efforts to Peter the Great:
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White House official blasts "outrageous" oil profits, leaves door open to windfall profit tax
"This is a very serious step in the wrong direction but there is still time for diplomacy."
As Iran announces it has shut off 27 cameras at its nuclear plant facilities, Director-General of the @IAEAorg @rafaelmgrossi tells me what is at stake:
"The region has not been a priority for the United States for several administrations."
Former U.S Ambassador Michael McKinley tells me what's at stake at @SummitAmericas, as some leaders snub President Biden:
"Ukraine has effectively invited, indeed appealed to me... to liberate the nuclear power plant."
Director-General of the @IAEAorg @rafaelmgrossi defends his decision to visit the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, amid criticism:
“I am a diplomat, I am a man of peace. I condemn firmly any act of violence.”
Director-General of the @IAEAorg @rafaelmgrossi responds to Iran’s claims that the IAEA has failed to condemn attacks on its nuclear facilities:
"Diplomats will be left to fix something that has been broken by the failure of politics."
As Muslim countries slam offensive comments from officials from India's ruling BJP, I ask @BDUTT how anti-minority rhetoric came to dominate Indian politics:
"We cannot go on the world stage and preach to others about values, about the rule of law, if our own Prime Minister is not respecting that."
I ask @TanDhesi how his party leader @Keir_Starmer fares to @BorisJohnson as both have been accused of breaching Covid-19 regulations:
"He lies so much. He lies in the House of Commons. He lies about very important decisions. Democracy, in the end, has to depend on truth."
@RoryStewartUK tells me why he wants to see @Borisjohnson removed from office:
"What you're seeing is a Tory party eating itself alive."
@Freddygray31 comments on the lasting impact a vote of confidence will have on Boris Johnson's survival:
"Real politic takes precedence of human rights."
@FawazGerges tells me what message he believes is being sent by President Biden, as the US leader plans to meet his Saudi counterpart amid strained relations:
"Putin has changed the goal post at least three times."
As Russia's war on Ukraine marks 100 days, @jillrussia shares her insight on where it might go next:
After 100 days of war, Putin's counting on the world's indifference - CNN…
"I think there is this special message of courage, a message of hope for not only women, but men and women all around the world."
@Zar_Amir tells me how it felt to make history as the first Iranian woman to win best actress at #Cannes2022
"We know that she's got an incredible sense of duty. She has worked very hard. She is totally consistent. She has always put work and duty before anything else."
British Historian @robertlacey_com celebrates Queen Elizabeth II as she marks her #PlatinumJubilee:
“OPEC+ are not ready to upset Russia in any way.”
@Amena__Bakr tells me why Opec+ members are hesitant about suspending Russia from oil quota production:
"Saudi Arabia and the GCC are putting their efforts where their words are."
As Sergei Lavrov tours the Middle East, @FaisalJAbbas weighs in on the Middle East's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
A day after the EU imposed a 90% ban on Russian oil, Pakistan's Finance Minister @MiftahIsmail tells me if Russia were to offer Pakistan oil at a cheaper rate without incurring sanctions, he would consider it.
CEO Akbar Al Baker of @qatarairways has defended a plan to operate more than 160 extra flights to shuttle spectators from the region to Doha and back each day, for what has been advertised as the first "carbon neutral" FIFA World Cup.…
"We always wanted to share the benefit of this tournament with all of our neighbors."
@qatarairways CEO Akbar Al Baker tells me why the country has created a unique shuttle flight service within the region for the #FifaWorldCup2022:
An independent report claims Russia's actions pose a "serious risk of genocide" against Ukrainians. Dr. @EwelinaUO tells me why the international community should act now:
While mass shootings are not unique to the US, other countries have proven change and action can work when faced with unspeakable horror. NZ, the UK, Australia, and many others vowed never again -- and they meant it. After Uvalde, will the US look to their allies?
"By cutting it off from Finland, it's prior to the other European countries. Maybe their timeline is different than ours."

Russia is likely to cut off gas to more European countries, the head of state-owned Finnish energy company, Gasum, tells me.
Photojournalist @yamphoto won this year's Pulitzer Prize for his remarkable work documenting Afghanistan as it fell into Taliban hands last year. I asked him what it was like to be in Kabul at the time:…
Documenting the fall of Kabul, through the lens of a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer
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