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China has lifted Covid restrictions of international travel, allowing people to come back and see their families for the first time in almost four years. This is exciting for many including Vicky Liu.
Two men are facing a raft of charges, including human trafficking, in the deaths of four members of the same family who froze while trying to cross from Canada into the United States almost a year ago, police in India said Monday. They were arrested in the last week and more suspects are wanted in Canada and the U.S., said Deputy Commissioner Chaitanya Mandlik of the Ahmedabad crime branch in the state of Gujarat.
The two men are accused of acting as immigration agents, supplying the family members paperwork and helping them get to the U.S., he said in an interview, adding they face charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, attempt at culpable homicide, human trafficking and criminal conspiracy. "We are in touch with the Canadian Embassy," said Mandlik. "We are in need of some documents. We need official death certificates.
Towards the end of the show, we have a guest caller, Patricia Gallimore, who attempts to chastise Pianki on his brash view of African Americans & their inner city struggles.