Colombia Voters Reject Peace Deal, Global Access To Medicines, And Remembering The Massacres At Babyn Yar
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On today's show:
- Colombians voted to reject the historic peace deal between the government and FARC rebels by a razor-thin margin. We discuss what’s next.
- Global access to medicines is a growing crisis. We talk about possibly “groundbreaking litigation” in India -- and advocacy at the U.N. -- that may change things for the better.
- The Holocaust is a chapter of history that has been politicized and revised by Soviet historians and politicians. But a series of events in Kyiv last week aimed to re-examine some narratives of the Holocaust, genocide, and historical memory.