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Justice for Epstein & friends, Iran & Europe make friends, fake meat gets cool

This week, Lee ponders why Jeffrey Epstein is going down now when his status as sex offender has been public knowledge for years. Lee also looks at the Iran nuclear deal and Europe’s efforts to circumvent the US’ aggressive attitude toward the Middle East powerhouse. Natalie McGill reports on the trend in the fast food industry toward selling meatless alternatives to the burgers they’re famous for. Arby’s has chosen a stranger route – meat shaped to look like vegetables. Naomi Karavani caps off the show with a report on vigilante activity at the border from armed militias.

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