The Current

The Current for Feb. 10, 2020

Today on The Current: A massive displacement of Syrians is threatening to become a humanitarian crisis, as civilians flee government forces advancing on the last opposition strongholds in Idlib province and around Aleppo. Then, two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists discuss U.S. President Donald Trump’s acquittal, and what he’ll do next. Plus, we talk to a photographer who has captured green shoots in the ashes of the Australian bushfires; and finally we talk to cabinet minister Dominic LeBlanc about trying to fight the recent election campaign, while simultaneously fighting cancer.
CBC's Rosemary Barton is Monday's guest host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: A massive displacement of Syrians is threatening to become a humanitarian crisis, as civilians flee government forces advancing on the last opposition strongholds in Idlib province and around Aleppo. Then, two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists discuss U.S. President Donald Trump's acquittal, and what he'll do next. Plus, we talk to a photographer who has captured green shoots in the ashes of the Australian bushfires; and finally we talk to cabinet minister Dominic LeBlanc about trying to fight the recent election campaign, while simultaneously fighting cancer.

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