The Current

The Current for Nov. 5, 2019

Today on The Current: Is Canada’s Safe Third Country Agreement with the U.S. putting refugees at risk? We look at how similar deals work elsewhere. Plus, author Bill Bryson takes us on a journey inside our own bodies, with some surprising results. We also speak to Daemon Fairless about his new CBC podcast Hunting Warhead, which tracks a global hunt to stop child abuse online. And writer and activist Amaryllis Fox tells us what it was like to be one of the youngest-ever female officers at the CIA, assigned to work in the world's most dangerous places.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: Is Canada's Safe Third Country Agreement with the U.S. putting refugees at risk? We look at how similar deals work elsewhere. Plus, author Bill Bryson takes us on a journey inside our own bodies, with some surprising results. We also speak to Daemon Fairless about his new CBC podcast Hunting Warhead, which tracks a global hunt to stop child abuse online. And writer and activist Amaryllis Fox tells us what it was like to be one of the youngest-ever female officers at the CIA, assigned to work in the world's most dangerous places.

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