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CBS “60 Minutes” June 19 2022 | Londongrad | Democracy | Trevor Noah

Sunday (June 19, 2022) the hit CBS News series “60 Minutes” returns with another all-new episode

The June 19 edition of “60 Minutes” airs at 7PM ET/7PM PT on CBS. You can watch previous episodes on Paramount+. and CBS.com.

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One of the ways the West is hoping to derail Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is by waging a war on his inner circle: the hundreds of mega-rich oligarchs who hide Putin’s money abroad and prop up his regime. For decades, Britain has actively courted the Russian billionaires, ignoring reports of their suspicious wealth. Billions of dollars poured in. Today, there’s so much Russian cash in London, the capital is nicknamed “Londongrad.” Now, with Russia laying waste to Ukraine, Britain is under pressure to show it can stop the flood of corrupt money. Bill Whitaker goes to the heart of Russia’s capital abroad – London – to find out.

Produced by Heather Abbott.

Democracy Lost

Once considered a revolutionary, Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega has changed laws, silenced the media and jailed his political opponents in his efforts to cling to power in the Central American country. Sharyn Alfonsi reports.

Oriana Zill de Granados and Emily Gordon are the producers.

Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah is an unstoppable comedic force. As host of THE DAILY SHOW, he has attracted widespread and sometimes viral attention for his heartfelt and cutting social commentary. Forbes ranked him the fourth highest-earning comedian, and Time named him one of its 100 most influential people. Lesley Stahl interviews Noah, currently on the road with his latest comedy tour.

Produced by Alexandra Poolos. Promo posted above.

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