Turkey arrests more than a dozen people in anti-ISIS raids after the Istanbul airport bombings. EU leaders meet to grapple with a future without Britain. And Colombian troops work to demobilize FARC rebels after a peace deal. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
A panel talks about a new exhibit of the works of post-Impressionist Pierre Bonnard, now on view at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, and slated for later exhibition at the Denver Art Museum.
- Willem de Looper former curator of the Phillips Collection, and Washington, DC painter
- Beth Turner senior curator of the Phillips Collection
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