Amanpour and Company

March 17, 2023

Photographer Lynsey Addario and artist Wesaam Al-Badry reflect on the 20 year anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq. Peniley Ramirez, executive director of Futuro Investigates, discusses the recent kidnapping of four Americans in Mexico. Vincent Lloyd reflects on the anti-racism movement.

March 17, 2023

55m 16s

  • March 1, 2024: asset-mezzanine-16x9

    March 1, 2024

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    Alexey Navalny was laid to rest this week, Russian opposition journalist Mikhail Fishman talks about the work of his friend. In his new novel "My Friends" Hisham Matar tells the story of three Libyan refugees in London. Bao Nguyen tells the story of the production of the 1985 charity single "We Are the World" in “The Greatest Night in Pop” and is joined by vocal arranger for the song, Tom Bahler.

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    February 29, 2024

    S2024 E6174 - 55m 53s

    More than one hundred people have been killed whilst gathered around food aid trucks in Gaza city. Mark Regev joins the show. Tech journalist Kara Swisher is chronicling her career in a new memoir, “Burn Book.” "LatinoLand" author Marie Arana on the impact of the Latino vote in the upcoming election. Josh Paul resigned from the State Department soon after Oct. 7th in protest. He joins the show.

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    February 28, 2024

    S2024 E6173 - 55m 48s

    UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini addresses the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and allegations that 12 of its staff members were involved in the October 7th attacks. Lawrence Wright discusses his new documentary "God Save Texas." Dr. Jonathan Metzl looks at the gun crisis in America through the lens of a 2018 mass shooting in Nashville in his new book “What We’ve Become.”

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