World In Brief – April 17, 2019
Welcome to the World In Brief with Ernest Dempsey. The stories on today’s edition include:
- Dozens arrested in opioid crackdown in the United States – 31 medical doctors included in those facing charges.
- Conservatives win the election in Alberta – signs of Canadians getting fed up with destructive liberalism.
- And – bringing an extinct horse back to life. The key is blood.
- Plus: Saudi Arabia sponsoring the Libyan rebellion by General Haftar, Europe suffering from alarmingly high migrant crime rate, and the suicide of Peru’s ex-President.
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