Amanpour: Jan Egeland, A.O. Scott, Karen Han, Latif Nasser and Carol Rosenberg

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Jan Egeland, Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council and former adviser to U.N. special envoy for Syria, joins Christiane Amanpour to assess the situation on the ground for the people of Idlib province. As President Assad attempts to crush the last resistance in the rebel-held area, he highlights the humanitarian crisis that news outlets are neglecting. A.O. Scott, chief film critic at The New York Times and Karen Han, entertainment reporter at Polygon, reflect on Parasite's historic win at the Oscars, as the only international film in Oscar history to win the coveted "Best Picture" award. As well as discussing this brilliant win for South Korean director Bong Joon-ho they dig into why people are still criticizing the ceremony for lack of diversity in other areas. Latif Nasser, host of Radiolab's "The Other Latif," and Carol Rosenberg, reporter at The New York Times and expert on Guantanamo Bay, talk to our Hari Sreenivasan about Latif's search for truth. The podcast host shares a name with detainee 244 at the infamous "Gitmo" prison who is suspected of being one of Bin Laden's most trusted advisers, but he says he's innocent. via Knit

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