Deadly Protests In Iran, Global Sand Shortage And The Surrender Of Granada
On today's show:
- Iranian police have arrested close to 500 protesters in Tehran, Iran over the past three days. We analyze the causes of the protests with Mateo Farzaneh.
- As global standards of living rise, the demand for sand has risen, which one expert has called "A looming tragedy."
- And for our World History Moment: The Spanish laid siege to the city of Granada in 1491 and recaptured the city on January 2, 1492. Historian John Schmidt shares how the Spanish won.