Panel discussion: The US Senate passed a far-reaching immigration reform bill which some have hailed as the most significant step in tackling an issue which has blighted successive administrations in the White House. So, just how signiciant or even historic is this bill? It still has a long way to go in the Congress and there's every chance the right-wing fringes of the Republican Party and Tea Party activists will torpedo this bi-partisan bill. -Gregory Yingnian Zang, Current affairs commentator -Michael Zhang, President of Law Offices of Michael J. Zhang -Stephen Yale-Loehr, Immigration law expert and professor of law at Cornell University
Global Talks: Today we are debating Egypt appoints a new interim Prime Minister and Vice President as the army warns against any disruption to the transitional period. Russia accuses Syrian rebels of using sarin gas; tension between the White House and Hamid Karzai as US considers pulling all troops out of Afghanistan by the end of next year; the probe into the Asiana plane crash continues and Latvia is set to become the 18th nation to join the Euro.
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