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Governments worldwide condemn the U.S. Senate’s report on interrogation. The United States transfers six Guantanamo Bay detainees to Uruguay. U.S. and coalition allies officially end their combat mission in Afghanistan while deadly suicide attacks continue. Violent attacks are growing in Israel after a prominent Palestinian official dies during a demonstration in the West Bank. And Hong Kong police dismantle protest camps and arrest hundreds of pro-democracy activists. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week’s top international news stories.
- Michael Crowley Senior foreign affairs correspondent, Politico.
- Kim Ghattas State Department correspondent, BBC; author of "The Secretary: A Journey with Hillary Clinton from Beirut to the Heart of American Power."
- Mark Landler White House correspondent, The New York Times.
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