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Want to create a stronger connection with the land of Israel? Israeli music will bring you closer to Israel than ever before. For more than 25 years, Josh Shron's Israel Hour Radio has presented the very best in Israeli music - with news, discussion and FUN in English! Tune in each week for a front row seat to the latest in Israeli culture, and connect with others who share your passion for Israel!
 
Get an edge with the Hidden Forces podcast. Media entrepreneur and financial analyst Demetri Kofinas uses a financial and cultural lens to help you draw meaningful connections, challenge consensus narratives, and formulate solutions to complex problems—empowering you to make smarter decisions.
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Risky Business is a weekly information security podcast featuring news and in-depth interviews with industry luminaries. Launched in February 2007, Risky Business is a must-listen digest for information security pros. With a running time of approximately 50-60 minutes, Risky Business is pacy; a security podcast without the waffle.
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Cosmopod is the official podcast of Cosmonaut Magazine, a project dedicated to expanding the project of scientific socialism in the 21st Century. In our feed we have a combination of podcast episodes and audio articles from our website.
 
Dive past the headlines in Israel-Palestine to explore the issues and stories other outlets tend to ignore with +972 Magazine writers and local activists, politicians, and experts. +972 Magazine is owned and operated by a group of Israeli and Palestinian journalists, providing fresh, in-depth reporting and analysis directly from the ground in Israel-Palestine. The magazine is committed to human rights, democracy, and freedom of information, and actively opposes the Israeli occupation.
 
The Munk Debates podcast is an extension of the main stage events - in subject, speaker selection, tone and format. It will introduce the iconic brand - and its engaging debates about significant issues of our time. Audiences will hear strong and passionate arguments from both sides of an issue so they will have enough information to make up their own minds about where they stand.
 
Us Among the Israelis is an engaging, insightful, and totally unexpected look at what it’s like to live in the world’s most interesting country. From getting used to living in a country where everyone serves in the army to making peace with customer service in a country where no one ever stands in line, Carrie Keller-Lynn and Aliza Landes, two American immigrants to Israel, explore the mysteries, frustrations, and joys of life in Israel.
 
AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
 
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Clashes have broken out between Palestinians and Israeli security forces at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. Three injuries have been reported. In videos posted on Twitter, Palestinians are seen hurling rocks at police outside the entrances to the Temple Mount compound. JUST IN: Clashes between Palestinian worshippers and Israeli police on Temple mou…
 
Mariano Man nos presenta Mobile-Key, un dispositivo israelí que a través de una aplicación telefónica puede abrir y encender cualquier auto y así evitar de una vez y para siempre quedarse afuera porque perdimos las llaves. Con información de Israel 21c See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Presenting: This Week Unpacked. Unpacking Israeli History is all about excavating the past, but my colleagues at Unpacked have been working on a new podcast, one that I think will really complement this one. Each week, my colleagues Sara and Avi will be diving deep into something going on in the contemporary Jewish and Israeli world (and in only 15…
 
Why are Israelis so outdoorsy? What roles do Israel's pioneer roots and citizens' army play in outdoor culture? And how does outdoor culture interact with larger dynamics in Israeli society, such as gender? Carrie and Aliza speak with survivalist Maayan Berkovits, who specializes in building women and girls' confidence in the outdoors, to understan…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, tensions flare in East Jerusalem over a march by Israeli ultra-nationalists where some chanted "Death to Arabs," receiving Palestinian protests. New bursts of gun violence have claimed more lives across the U.S, with Chicago police hunting at least one shooter that killed 4. A dangerous heat wave has sent prices for power …
 
Hard-line nationalist Israelis have been marching through parts of East Jerusalem to mark the annexation of the area by Israel more than 50 years ago. We hear from a minister in the coalition on what he makes of the march and what to expect from an Israel under new management.Also on the programme: the longest Arctic expedition produces one of the …
 
May 2021 was an interesting month in Israel, full of highs and lows. It began with a general feeling of hope, with most Coronavirus restrictions lifted and life getting back to normal. However, the celebratory mood quickly turned to one of fear, with 4,000 rockets raining down on Israeli cities. Israelis left the streets once again and huddled in b…
 
"In such moments [of shared danger] you work with the present and not the representation. In analysis we work all the time with representation - the transference is a representation, the countertransference is a representation. They are related to our past when such things happened. At these moments it’s not important if the patient goes over their…
 
On this first federal Juneteenth holiday, Author and Historian Annette Gordon-Reed talks to Jeffrey Brown about the importance of this date through her personal history growing up in Texas. This reporting is part of NewsHour's arts and culture series, CANVAS. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week's politics, including emails showing attempts by former President Donald Trump's team to overturn the 2020 election results, efforts toward election reform in the Senate, how President Joe Biden fared during his summit with R…
 
House Democrats say they have new evidence of former President Donald Trump's efforts to remain in power after the 2020 election. As part of an investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Democrats gained access to emails that show Trump and his staff pressured top Justice Department officials last December to file an election l…
 
On Thursday night, we looked at problems in Louisiana, where COVID-19 vaccination rates are lagging behind the rest of the country. William Brangham now turns focus to how vaccines have improved life dramatically in New York, but the toll on health workers may be permanent. Dr. Craig Spencer, the director of global health in emergency medicine at C…
 
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. Gulf Coast is bracing for what could be the year's first tropical storm. Storm warnings extended across parts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida -- and Louisiana declared an emergency. Meanwhile, Western U.S. faced another day of searing heat -- expected to last until next week. On Wall Street, stocks s…
 
As the country observes Juneteenth -- a new federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States -- for the first time, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris made public appearances, continuing their push to get 70% of American adults vaccinated against COVID by July 4, warning people of the concerning Delta variant.…
 
Medicaid reform is one of the most complicated and misunderstood policy debates in America today. Luckily, we have Seema Verma to walk us through it. We cover everything you need to know about Medicaid, from its origins and purpose to how it's working today. We also discuss what it will take to build a modern health care system that brings better q…
 
Justice Dept releases new insurrection videos showing rioter taunting, punching police officer; House votes to repeal 2002 authorization for military force; Unclear whether U.S. will hit Biden’s goal to get 70% of adults partially vaccinated by July 4; Bipartisan infrastructure bill gets support from 21 senators; GOP kills Manchin’s bipartisan voti…
 
Opposition groups view today's vote as an engineered victory for hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. He is one of four candidates who were approved by Iran's influential Guardian Council ahead of the poll. Also in the programme: how Ethiopia is preparing for elections amid internal conflict; and a new study suggests that the elusive coelacanth fish can live u…
 
Despite the economic devastation caused by the pandemic, millions of Americans are leaving their jobs. In April, some 4 million people quit, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. We explore what's pushing so many people to quit their jobs. And, a large sinkhole has been growing at a farm in Mexico since May. It's already swallowed a house, a…
 
It's a momentous day in the U.S. as a new holiday, Juneteenth, becomes official. In 1865 in Galveston, Texas, enslaved Black Americans learned of their freedom. Now, a new mural honors the day. Houston Public Media's Elizabeth Trovall has more. And, the pandemic and years of political and social unrest have changed parenting. Writer and parent Carv…
 
Two people have died after two explosions went off near the office of an army-backed political party in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon, on Friday, witnesses and rescue officials said. The first blast targeted a military truck parked outside the office of the Union Solidarity and Development Party (USDP) in Yangon’s Tamwe township. The USDP is seen …
 
This is a sample of the Munk Members-Only Podcast. The program provides listeners with a focused, half-hour masterclass on the big issues, events and trends driving news and current events. The show features Janice Gross Stein, the founding director of the Munk School of Global Affairs and bestselling author, in conversation with Rudyard Griffiths,…
 
Liberian rebel commander Alieu Kosiah has been handed a 20 year prison sentence over charges of rape, killings and even cannibalism in the first war crimes trial in a civilian court in Switzerland. On Friday, the Swiss Federal Court found Kosiah guilty on all but four of the 25 charges he faced for his alleged actions while in the United Liberation…
 
Lithuania is considering a scheme this week that would allow tourists staying in the country for over seven days to receive a Covid vaccination, also extending the offer to its nationals living abroad. The Deputy Economy Minister Vincas Jurgutis revealed that the proposal was made based on principles of safety in the country and popular enquiry: “W…
 
A Belgian court has said AstraZeneca only needs to supply the EU with 80 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, out of the 120 million sought by the bloc, but it faces fines if it misses certain set delivery targets. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant had originally committed to deliver 300 million doses of its jab to the EU by the end of June,…
 
The 193-member United Nations General Assembly has voted in favor of reappointing Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a second term. His new five-year stint is due to begin at the start of 2022. Guterres, who has led the global body since 2017, was sworn in following Friday’s vote. .@antonioguterres reappointed for second term as UN Secretary-Ge…
 
The national vaccination campaign has been thrown into chaos again, after the government said that AstraZeneca's vaccine is only safe for the over-60s. That brings Australia into line with many other countries, but our supplies of alternative vaccines are low. What does this latest change do for confidence, and the speed of our rollout?…
 
Dissidents and some reformists have called for a boycott, saying the barring of several contenders left Mr Raisi with no serious competition.Also in the programme: Japan's chief Covid-19 advisor said having no fans would be the least risky option, days before the organisers of the Tokyo Olympics decide whether to allow spectators into events; and w…
 
A United Nations report released on Friday found that the number of people around the world classified as refugees or asylum seekers rose to more than 82 million in 2020, as people continue to flee drawn-out wars and persecution. That’s about one percent of the world’s population, according to the UN refugee agency report. Ongoing conflicts in area…
 
Norway has announced that the third major phase of its plan to reopen society will take place on Sunday, with citizens allowed to welcome up to 20 people to their homes and hospitality allowed to stay open beyond midnight. “Norway is on track and we're ready for step three,” Prime Minister Erna Solberg told a news conference on Friday, adding that …
 
In class 3, students learn about how the key Black communist figures and organizations of the 20th century shaped the struggle against racism, the labor movement and the overall revolutionary struggle in the U.S. We also cover how the U.S. government repressed Black communists and attempted to divert the Black liberation movement away from its revo…
 
In the final class, we draw from the historical context of the first three classes to explore why the PSL understands the struggle for Black liberation to be a national liberation struggle. We analyze the relationship between this struggle liberation and the struggle for power today.By Liberation Audio
 
The first class examines how the development of each class in early American society (enslaved Africans, Southern planters, Northern industrialists, Western free soilers, and more) was largely defined by its relationship to the Slavocracy. Conflicts between these various classes, particularly the northern capitalists and Southern planters, led to a…
 
The second class covers the post-Civil War efforts to reconstitute Southern society on a new basis. We focus on Reconstruction, America’s “unfinished revolution” and the Southern populist movement to learn about the pursuit of Black political power and multinational working class solidarity in action.…
 
Emissions-reducing regulations being considered by Brussels could soon mark the end of the road for the internal combustion engine, according to a report. The radical proposal has faced pushback from the bloc’s auto makers. New cars powered by diesel and gasoline could be barred by the bloc in an effort to meet a zero-emissions target for vehicles …
 
The Spanish prime minister has announced that the law on mandatory mask-wearing outdoors is to be lifted next Saturday, June 26, as Spain’s vaccination campaign makes rapid progress. At an event in Barcelona on Friday, PM Pedro Sanchez proclaimed with confidence that "this weekend will be the last one with masks.” The Spanish cabinet will meet on J…
 
Iranians are heading to the polls to pick the next president of the country. Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s judiciary chief, is expected to secure a comfortable win, with most political heavyweights barred from running. Polling stations opened across Iran on Friday, with around 60 million people eligible to vote. The supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, …
 
The new Israeli government has announced that it will transfer between 1.1 and 1.4 million short-dated Pfizer shots to Palestine but in return will receive a shipment originally meant for the Palestinian Authority (PA) in autumn. In a joint statement on Friday, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s office and that of the health and defense ministries sa…
 
Public Health France (SpF) has said that less than half of health professionals working in nursing homes are vaccinated against Covid-19 after the health minister called on workers to come forward and get their shot. In data published on Thursday evening, SpF stated that only 41.9% of people working in nursing homes in France had been fully vaccina…
 
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