6:39 pm
Thu September 26, 2013

'The World's' Marco Werman On Nairobi Attacks

On any given day, there are hundreds of newsworthy events going on around the globe. As the anchor of the national radio program The World, Marco Werman sifts through story after story and frames them for an American audience. 

A line of soldiers from the Kenya Defense Forces ran around the front of the Westgate Mall in Nairobi on Sept. 21, 2013.
Credit Ben Curtis / AP (via NPR)

Greater Boston spoke with Werman and Boston College political science professor Ali Banuazizi about the international headlines they've been following including attacks in Nairobi and how it's affecting the way Americans think of their safety, and the president of Iran's visit to the U.S. 

View the discussion below:

Related Program