Attack On Coptic Christians In Egypt, Military Crackdown In Brazil And A Final Dispatch From Cannes
On today's show:
- At least 26 people have been killed and 25 wounded after gunmen cornered a bus carrying Coptic Christian pilgrims in central Egypt today. Sarah Yerkes, a fellow in the Carnegie Endowment's Middle East Program, joins us to discuss.
- Then, there's a military crackdown on protests in Brazil. Joe Leahy, the Brazil bureau chief for the Financial Times, weighs in.
- Plus, Milos Stehlik brings us his third dispatch from the Cannes Film Festival in France.
- On Weekend Passport: A Moroccan play The Match.