Hungary struggles to deal with thousands of migrants at a Budapest train station. World leaders react to news the Obama administration clears a hurdle on the Iran nuclear deal. And the king of Saudi Arabia makes his first official visit to Washington. A panel of journalists joins guest host Tamara Keith for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
On Tuesday morning, the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and other sites in the United States were hit by what appears to be a coordinated terrorist act. Diane talks with experts on national security and takes listener calls as the nation reacts to the tragedy.
- Clint Van Zandt former FBI agent
- Admiral William Crowe former chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
- Anthony Lake former National Security Adviser and professor at Georgetown University
- Vincent Cannistraro former CIA senior intelligence official in charge of counterterrorism operations and analysis
- Daniel Schorr NPR Senior News Analyst
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