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The ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.
 
The Nick Stacey Podcast is a free audio experience talk hosted by Crypto, Wealth, Health & Business fanatic - Nick Stacey. Learning and educating you on Cryptocurrencies, healthy eating, ecommerce, money and other modern man subjects including legalisation, his life experiences, success and failures. This lunatic kite surfer is dedicated to learning and educating you on these exciting topics by bringing in key players in each area with the intention to learn more and educate more!
 
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Politicians, activists and researchers debate the issues facing the EU and a 'guest of the week' offers their insight in a long-format interview that gets to the heart of the matter. Saturday at 12.10 pm.
 
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The Informer
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EU leaders have agreed to a request by British Prime Minister Theresa May to delay the Brexit process. A no-deal Brexit is no longer going to happen on March 29, but it remains a possibility for the near future. Is this extension a relief, or is it just kicking the can down the road? Ireland's European Affairs Minister, Helen McEntee, spoke to ...…
 
The European Council convened at the end of last week to deliberate on a British request for a Brexit extension, and tackle a host of other issues that have been pushed aside by the Brexit frenzy. Joining Catherine Nicholson to discuss the latest events in the EU is Ska Keller, co-head of the European Greens’ group, and up until recently the on ...…
 
Turkish protestors rallied against Islamophobia and held prayers for the dead, following the Christchurch terror attack.
 
Joining Catherine Nicholson to discuss the latest events in the EU is Arnaud Danjean, a senior French MEP and former member of the French intelligence services. Last week, Brexit talks reached new highs or depths, depending on how you see things. There are also now just ten weeks to go before European Parliament elections that some say could ma ...…
 
This week's debate concerns the biggest country in the world, the second-largest economy, and the European Union's second-biggest trading partner. It's also a country that's coming under suspicion over accusations of state-sponsored spying and the theft of trade secrets. We're talking, of course, about China. What kind of relationship should th ...…
 
Why is this 200 year old Japanese festival still happening? And why is it incredibly popular among tourists?
 
Nasser Kamel is Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean. Set up a decade ago, it's now at the heart of some of Europe's biggest concerns, from security to migration. Kamel spoke to FRANCE 24's Catherine Nicholson about the ongoing protests in Algeria, as well as migration to Europe. He says migration is being used by some political ...…
 
On March 1, UNICEF sounded the alarm over a worldwide resurgence of measles. Cases of measles have spiked in several European countries recently, while over the last couple of weeks, a French family has been accused of "importing" the potentially deadly disease to Costa Rica. There's widespread concern about the falling take-up of vaccines in s ...…
 
Some days Beijing's sky looks like a "thick white soup," the air pollution being so bad that it's not safe to stay outside. Other days, the sky is clear and brilliant. But overall Beijing's air quality is improving.
 
Vietnam, particularly Hanoi has been in the headlines lately for hosting the Trump-Kim summit. ABC's Zoe Daniel explains why, and also explores how Vietnam has changed over the past few decades.
 
It's not a problem we usually worry about in Australia. But as Britain makes its way through the worst of winter, most citizens are yearning for more Vitamin D.
 
The countdown to Brexit continues. One of the biggest sticking points has been the future of the frontier between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. And that uncertainty is raising concerns for farmers on both sides of the border.
 
The countdown to Brexit continues. One of the biggest sticking points has been the future of the frontier between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. And that uncertainty is raising concerns for farmers on both sides of the border.
 
Sujanti Tjandra has run ABC's Jakarta bureau for 40 years — through Indonesia's transition to democracy, riots in the 90's and the Aceh tsunami, Yanti has been there.
 
DC's long winters and snowy days are a matter of life or death for some.
 
Her election at the end of 2018 marked a few firsts – she is the first woman in the job, and the first Georgian president to have started life as a French citizen. In our interview, we ask new president Salomé Zourabichvili about the hard-fought election campaign and the involvement of her billionaire backer Bidzina Ivanishvili; Georgia's Europ ...…
 
Global fame can provide amazing opportunities...but it can also have a downside.
 
Very few of the Australians lying on the beach in Bali have any idea that a few suburbs away, one of the world’s wildest sporting leagues is playing out.
 
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon weighed in on the current Brexit impasse, saying she believes it's "almost inevitable" that the process will be delayed. The SNP leader also insisted she had a "democratic mandate" for a second referendum on Scottish independence, saying she will soon reveal when she inte ...…
 
There's currently new wind in the sails of the movement to enlarge the EU into the Western Balkans region (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia). One major recent development has been a name deal for one of those six countries: "North Macedonia", as it's now set to be officially known. Neighbouring Greece ...…
 
It's a crisis that’s playing out more than 7,000 kilometres from Brussels: a battle of the presidents in the South American oil nation of Venezuela. While around 50 countries worldwide have formally recognised the President of the National Assembly, Juan Guaido, as interim president, European member states have failed to find common cause.…
 
Indian newspapers offer many linguistic delights - and the chance to get hitched.
 
In geographical distance, PNG and Australia are close - but when it comes to health outcomes the two countries are on different planets.
 
The Lebanese ski resort of Mzaar is about the size of Thredbo with a few flourishes that you wouldn’t see in Australia.
 
Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his government are set to continue a hardline stance towards irregular migration - even though flows of undocumented migrants into their territory have diminished to a few hundred per year. That's a key message from Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, who spoke to FRANCE 24's Catherine Nicholson.…
 
We're now less than four months from the next European elections. While in the past, candidates would have been worried about their speeches, TV appearances and leaflets, now the focus is on our phone screens, tablets and laptops. One European Commissioner recently talked about there being a "digital arms race" – as the various players jostle f ...…
 
The Governor of Virginia admits to using blackface while his colleague is accused of sexual assault
 
Have the 'Troubles' returned to Ireland?
 
What happened to the refugees who left Manus?
 
Mega-shows like Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar and Phantom of the Opera transformed musical theatre in London's West End.
 
In China, a fence is rarely just a fence.
 
Our guest is veteran French politician and MEP Alain Lamassoure. Asked about the Brexit impasse, he says nothing beyond a technical extension to June 30 should be offered to the UK. "I don’t expect anything from the current House of Commons," he tells Armen Georgian. "I can support an extension if, in the meantime, there is a major political in ...…
 
Strasbourg is a particularly apt place for discussing this week's topic, as it lies on the Franco-German border, in a region that’s changed hands between France and Germany multiple times in its history – most recently annexation by Nazi Germany, then liberation after WWII. Earlier this week, President Macron and Chancellor Merkel signed off on ...…
 
The North Pole is a place that conjures up images of explorers, polar bears and Santa Claus. But the reality of the Arctic is less well-known than the folklore. In this special programme, our team heads north to explore life, work and politics within the Arctic Circle.
 
The North Pole is a place that conjures up images of explorers, polar bears and Santa Claus. But the reality of the Arctic is less well-known than the folklore. In this special programme, our team heads north to explore life, work and politics within the Arctic Circle.
 
On this week's program: Israel targets 'attack' tunnels under northern frontier; Challenges for London's Muslim community; A 'national living treasure' in Indonesia; And gun crime in the US capital.
 
When people think of Washington DC, they usually think of the White House, its monuments and history but perhaps not street crime. As our North America Correspondent Conor Duffy found out earlier this year, gun crime remains an issue in the US capital.
 
Indonesia is reeling from a year of disasters, but another more personal disaster has captivated the nation. The man whose job it is to warn the public of dangers is battling his own personal struggle with lung cancer.
 
Europe Correspondent Samantha Hawley has been welcomed into London's largest mosque during Friday prayers. She speaks to Imam Mansoor Ahmad Clarke about the difficulties faced by London's Muslim community since a string of Islamic State inspired terrorist attacks.
 
Israel's military says it's finished a major operation to locate and destroy "attack" tunnels dug under its northern frontier with Lebanon.
 
Pierre Vimont is a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe, following a four-decade, high-level diplomatic career. He has served as France's ambassador to the United States, ambassador to the EU and was the first head of the European External Action Service. Today, he is one of the few former diplomats to hold the title of "Ambassador of France". He s ...…
 
2019 promises to be a busy year for the European Union, its half a billion citizens, and of course the institutions and MEPs here at the parliament. This week, three of those MEPs are with us to take a whistlestop dash through some of the major topics of the year ahead. We discuss, in particular, Brexit uncertainty and the Romanian presidency o ...…
 
With Lebanon set to legalise its infamous cannabis industry, Middle East Correspondent Adam Harvey went to the Bekaa Valley to find out more.
 
Correspondents Report explores a day in the life of Indonesia's busy capital, Jakarta. If you've been there, you might've noticed it's quite a noisy city.
 
High up in towering mountains that belong to both Italy and France, killings of grey wolves are on the rise. Bears and wolves have been extinct in the alps for about 100 years, but now they've made their return.
 
US President Donald Trump sharply polarises public opinion, but for some souvenir sellers who try to push their products on to tourists, his election and some of his divisive comments have provided a substantial boost to business.
 
On this week's program: For some souvenir sellers in the US, the election of Donald Trump has provided a substantial boost to business; and in the towering mountains of Italy and France, killings of grey wolves are on the rise.
 
On this week’s program: Exploring the impact of the US government shutdown with Conor Duffy; Bridget Brennan looks at Brexit parallels with Australia and Indigenous affairs; India facing rising pollution levels in their rapidly growing mega-cities; And Matthew Carney's journal from Kashghar.
 
In the far Western province of Xinjiang, the Chinese are conducting a campaign to smash Islamic extremism and independence sentiments. Correspondents Report looks back at Matthew Carney's trip to the region.
 
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