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Vox Conversations brings you weekly discussions between the brightest minds and the deepest thinkers; conversations that will cause you to question old assumptions and think about the world and our role in it in a new light, including five years' worth of episodes hosted by Vox co-founder Ezra Klein.
 
French Fears addresses issues of immigration in France today. Attempting to understand the rise of the anti-immigrant right, it speaks to experts, the National Front themselves and French citizens with immigrant experiences. Episodes dig deeper into France’s approach to assimilation, the roots of racism, Islamophobia, and defining French identity. Whether you have a connection to France or not, French Fears offers a timely look at immigration and national identity in the context of anti-immi ...
 
*05-03-2017 - full French Presidential debate between Macron and Le Pen parts 1 - 3 *05-05-2017 - Sarah Huckabee Sanders Holds Her First White House Daily Briefing As Deputy Press Secretary *05-03-2017 - full French Presidential debate between Macron and Le Pen - part 02 audio English *05-03-2017 - full French Presidential debate between Macron and Le Pen - part 03 audio English
 
World-renowned criminal defense lawyer Mark Geragos reveals the latest in our nation's most high-profile legal cases with podcast king Adam Carolla. In addition to examining how current law affects society, current events are brought to the forefront, as Geragos brings significant details from past and present experiences. Geragos has made notable marks on the legal system while representing Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Susan McDougal, Colin Kaepernick and more.
 
Are you wondering how a Christian should respond to current events? What are we to think about a world that appears to be going absolutely mad? How are we to discern the signs of the times? In this podcast, featuring The Reverend Thomas Pelham and The Reverend Doctor J.A. Franklin, we attempt to give some answers.Email us at irreverendpod@gmail.com and follow us on Twitter @IrreverendPod. We also have a youtube channel which can be found by searching Irreverend: Faith and Current Affairs!
 
The Hujjat Podcast is an Islamic community podcast set up by the KSIMC of London (AKA Hujjat Stanmore) and Al Haadi Youth, which seeks to bring high-quality Islamic content to a digital audience. We will be posting conversations with exciting guests, as well as classes, our weekly Friday Sermons, and bespoke content from our resident scholars and community members.
 
Philosophy Bakes Bread is a radio show and podcast that showcases the importance of philosophy for everyday life and for leadership. The saying goes that "philosophy bakes no bread." We disagree and co-hosts Dr. Eric Thomas Weber and Dr. Anthony Cashio invite engaging philosophers as guests for interviews about various ideas and conflicts that matter to people in real life, beyond the academy.
 
Eat Drink Asia is an award-winning podcast by the South China Morning Post that deep dives into the forgotten history of some of Asia's most popular dishes that have gone global. Discover the human story behind some of Asia's most loved foods, drinks and condiments with SCMP journalists, as they speak with chefs, restaurateurs and food experts from across the region.
 
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Plus... BBC anchor Clive Myrie on the "toxic media environment" in the US and the UK's regulation of TV networks; Brian Stelter says "you are what you watch, and it could make you sick." Dr. Seema Yasmin, Dr. Jonathan Reiner, David French, Rep. Ilhan Omar, Connie Chung, Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Clive Myrie join Brian Stelter. To learn more about how…
 
Johnson & Johnson has decided to delay the rollout of its vaccine in Europe after authorities in the US raised fears over a possible link to blood clots. We speak to Krishna Udayakumar, a professor of medicine and director of the Duke Global Health Innovation Center in North Carolina. The ride-hailing app Grab plans to list its shares in the US, wh…
 
A chain of grocery stores in northern Germany has decided to encourage its employees to take a Covid-19 shot by offering those who voluntarily take the jab a shopping voucher worth €50 ($59). Edeka Nord is one of the leading grocery retailers in northern Germany. The company that operates some 670 stores and employs around 4,400 people has decided …
 
In tonight's edition: In Burkina Faso, judges have ruled that the former president Blaise Compaoré must stand trial for his role in the assassination of Thomas Sankara who he overthrew in a coup d'état in 1987. And a Tuareg leader in Mali has been shot dead in the capital Bamako. Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati was a key figure in a 2015 peace accord. And …
 
People with weakened immune systems should receive three doses of the two main Covid-19 vaccines being used in France made by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, the country’s top health officials have recommended. “The injection of a third dose of mRNA vaccine is necessary for severely immunocompromised people,” the Directorate General of Health (DGS) sa…
 
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it is awaiting regulatory reviews of the Janssen Covid-19 vaccine after US health authorities said the jab should be suspended due to rare blood clotting among some recipients. “We're watching closely, waiting for EMA (European Medicines Agency) and FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) reviews and mon…
 
What to do when armed gangs have more firepower than the police? In Haiti, last Sunday's kidnapping for ransom of seven Catholic clerics throws the spotlight on a land where shantytowns are fiefdoms and politicians are in the pocket of the criminals. We ask our panel about brazen attacks like the one last month where police were routed and chased o…
 
A Rolex watch worth 8,000 francs ($8,676) has mysteriously disappeared in Switzerland on its way to a customer by mail. The “watch fan” who bought it accuses the postal service of theft, but they insist the evidence is lacking. A “watch fan” from the Swiss town of Sedrun spent almost $9,000 on an old Rolex watch at an online auction back in Decembe…
 
The chair of the Suez Canal Authority has confirmed to Egyptian state TV that Ever Given, the vessel responsible for blocking the waterway last month, has been impounded over a compensation dispute with its owners. Lieutenant General Osama Rabie, who heads up the organization responsible for operating the passageway, declared that “it’s the country…
 
Iran will start enriching uranium to 60% purity this week, higher than ever, a top diplomat said days after a reported act of Israeli sabotage targeted Tehran’s enrichment facility in Natanz. Abbas Araghchi, a deputy foreign minister who serves as Iran’s chief negotiator with P5+1 – Iran’s counterparts in the 2015 nuclear agreement – announced the …
 
Our guest has made history for several reasons. Ruth E Carter is the first woman of colour to receive an Oscar for costume design for the iconic film "Black Panther", where among other things she transformed Chadwick Boseman into the King of Wakanda. She made history again earlier this year when she got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, making …
 
Jennifer and Matthieu, sufferers of 'long Covid', have a lot in common. They're both in their mid-thirties, caught Covid-19 in March 2020, and suffered mild flu-like symptoms at the time. They have both seen their lives turned upside down as they've since struggled with long-term symptoms, including difficulty breathing, trouble concentrating and c…
 
What does it take for life to get going in our universe? Is there intelligence in the stars or right under our nose? Renowned astrophysicist Paul Davies chats to Oxford Professor of Mathematics John Lennox. A popular science author, Davies’ book ‘The Eerie Silence’ examines the likelihood of the universe producing life elsewhere. John Lennox is a C…
 
The French prime minister has announced the suspension of all flights to and from Brazil indefinitely amid concerns about the proliferation of the Brazilian Covid variant and returning travelers spreading the strain. Speaking on Tuesday to the National Assembly, Prime Minister Jean Castex admitted the proliferation of the Brazilian variant in Franc…
 
Johnson & Johnson said it will “proactively delay” the rollout of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe after US regulators announced an investigation into the risk of blood clots among people who receive the jab. In a statement released by the company on Tuesday, Johnson & Johnson said it will pause the rollout of the vaccine in Europe “out of an abundan…
 
Irish health officials have dismissed claims that the new restrictions limiting the use of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to those aged 60 and over will have a considerable impact on the country’s vaccine rollout. Speaking on Tuesday at a parliamentary briefing, Irish Deputy Chief Medical Officer Ronan Glynn said there were “more reasons to be ho…
 
The American military presence in Germany will be increased by 500 soldiers, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has said, reversing the policy of former President Donald Trump. Around 500 additional troops will be permanently stationed in the city of Wiesbaden “as early as this fall,” Austin said at news conference with his German counterpart Ann…
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she is keeping out of any debate that will see the conservative bloc leader crowned, amid fears it could damage the alliance in the federal election at the end of September. “I wanted to, want to, and will stay out of it,” Merkel told reporters on Tuesday when she was asked whether the struggle to succeed he…
 
Vaccinated foreign tourists who come “in groups” will be allowed into Israel starting on May 23, according to a joint statement from the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Tourism. The “first phase” of the new tourism policy starts on May 23, and depending on the outcome, the authorities will consider whether to let more visitors in. The statem…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has lodged “stern representations” with Washington and called on the US not to send the wrong message about Taiwanese independence by further diplomatic relations with Taipei. Speaking on Tuesday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian warned Washington against continuing and enhancing its diplomatic relations w…
 
Austria’s health minister has announced his plan to step down next week, saying his 15 months in the job felt like 15 years, as he led the country’s response the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccine rollout. Speaking to the press on Tuesday, Austrian Health Minister Rudolf Anschober said the country needed someone who was totally up to the job of dealing …
 
Australia has declined to purchase a vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson, because its mechanism is similar to the one used in AstraZeneca’s jab. Both vaccines are currently being investigated for links to blood clots. The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine is “an adenovirus vaccine, the same type of vaccine as the AstraZeneca vaccine,” a spokesperson fo…
 
While Covid-19 appears to be under control in China, authorities want to keep it that way. But given low infection rates, motivation has been lacking for some people to get vaccinated. As a result, some places are offering free ice cream, while people who are hesitant or late in getting inoculated are named and shamed. Meanwhile, recent reports say…
 
Beijing has launched a scathing attack on Washington, claiming the US has committed multiple crimes against humanity, after Secretary Blinken blasted the Chinese “genocide” against Uighur Muslims on the eve of Ramadan. Speaking on Tuesday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian hit out at the US’ attitude towards Xinjiang-related issues, bl…
 
IN THE PRESS – Monday, April 12, 2021: "Has nothing been learned from George Floyd's death?" That's the question The Washington Post's editorial board is asking after 20-year-old Daunte Wright was killed by a police officer who seemed to mistake her gun for a taser. It's not a common mix-up, according to The New York Times, but it does happen. We a…
 
Iran’s foreign minister has warned Israel that an attack on the Natanz atomic site will not stop the country’s nuclear program, and will provide them with further leverage in talks to revive the JCPOA. Speaking alongside his Russian counterpart on Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that Israel had made a “very bad gamble” b…
 
A bottle-throwing ceremony marked the launch of Taiwan’s domestically developed ‘Yushan’ vessel, the navy’s 10,000-ton-class amphibious transport ship, which will enter service in 2022. Speaking on Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen hailed the “milestone” in the country’s indigenous warship building plans as the amphibious transport vessel was launche…
 
The head of France's central bank has said he expects the French economy to recover from the pandemic slump by the middle of 2022. The bank is expecting the economy to grow by 5.5 percent this year, after a slump of more than 8 percent in 2020. The April lockdown is also having a limited effect on economic activity, according to the bank's latest r…
 
China has condemned the Japanese government’s decision to release tritium-contaminated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean as irresponsible, saying Tokyo “must not” do so without consultations. “Japan has not exhausted safe disposal methods, regardless of domestic and foreign questions and opposition,” the Chinese Foreign Mi…
 
Pubs, restaurants, beauty salons and non-essential shops have reopened with the easing of lockdown restrictions across England. We hear from the heart of London’s shopping district and from a pub garden near Reading.The e-commerce giant Alibaba has been accused of anti-competitive practices and fined more than $2.5 billion by Chinese regulators. We…
 
Contaminated wastewater at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant will be released into the ocean “in around two years,” the Japanese government has announced, despite calls from China and South Korea urging against the move. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced the move in Tokyo on Tuesday morning local time. He had previously called the release …
 
The Covid-19 vaccine developed by AstraZeneca should only be given to people aged 60 and over, Ireland’s vaccine advisory body has said, as the country becomes the latest to slap an age limit on the jab amid blood clot fears. The Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical company’s Vaxzevria vaccine is not recommended for the under-60s, including those with high…
 
Hundreds of protesters have traveled to Rome from all over Italy to vent their fury at Prime Minister Mario Draghi and his government's strict Covid-19 measures, which are making life tough for small businesses like restaurants. At least one protester was injured as a 500-strong crowd gathered in the capital on Monday, some of whom hurled stones an…
 
The Mexican government has issued a warning to nine states, including its capital, Mexico City, alerting them that a device capable of causing “fatal injuries” if handled improperly found its way into the hands of robbers. Industrial radiography equipment has been stolen in a “violent robbery” of a truck near the municipality of Teoloyucan in the s…
 
St. Vincent’s La Soufrière volcano continued erupting on Monday with a particularly powerful new blast reported at the site, which sent pyroclastic flows hurtling down its sides on a path of destruction. No deaths or injuries have been reported following a huge eruption from La Soufrière on Monday morning. The explosion was reportedly much greater …
 
Two big beasts on the international scene are squaring up. The European Union accuses China of human rights abuses, - China says it's none of your business. And each has imposed sanctions on the other.At risk is a massive trade deal between the two; jobs and billions of dollars at stake. Is either side prepared to back down?Guests: Dovile Sakaliene…
 
Washington and Manilla have started a two-week long military drill, featuring 736 Filipino troops and a further 225 US soldiers, as tensions simmer in the South China Sea and tens of Chinese ships linger at a Filipino reef. This year’s drills, which started on Monday, are significantly smaller than previous years because of the Covid-19 pandemic, w…
 
A day after an incident at Iran’s uranium enrichment facility, which was blamed on Israeli spies, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country will defend itself from Iranian “aggression and terrorism.” Without directly mentioning the incident in Iran, Netanyahu spared no words to admonish Tehran, calling it the biggest threat Israel faces in…
 
Germany's Covid-19 infection rate is too high and its third wave of infection may be the toughest yet, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said amid reports that regional leaders have agreed to extend lockdown by another three weeks. "This third wave is perhaps the toughest for us," Merkel said as she opened the Hannover Messe trade fair on Monday. The ch…
 
Located in central France, the Regional Natural Park of the Auvergne, with its 400,000 hectares, is the largest volcanic ensemble in Europe. In July 2018, UNESCO listed the Chaîne des Puys mountains range as a world heritage site. Since then, a whole population has been striving to preserve this priceless heritage. We meet the park wardens studying…
 
Lebanon’s interim Public Works Minister Michel Najjar has added 1,400 square kilometers to Lebanon’s claim in its maritime border dispute with Israel, adding a new challenge to the already fraught talks between the two nations. Najjar, who is serving as the minister of public works and transport in the current caretaker government, announced on Mon…
 
The European Commission has said it is still waiting for AstraZeneca to respond to a letter sent to the company in March as part of a dispute-resolution process, seeking clarification concerning continued supply shortfalls. “The Commission still expects the company to clarify a number of outstanding issues,” a spokesman for the EU told the press on…
 
Japan has begun vaccinating its sizeable population of over-65s at some 120 sites across the country, but experts say the program is far too slow to prevent the fourth wave from gathering pace. According to Japan’s health ministry, only 2,810 people in Tokyo are expected to get a shot from the first batch of Pfizer vaccines which was delivered arou…
 
An attempted comeback by Ecuadorian leftists ended in a disappointing defeat after their presidential candidate lost to an IMF-friendly career banker. Guillermo Lasso’s third attempt to become the president of Ecuador was a success on Sunday. During the first round in February, he finished 13 percentage points behind frontrunner Andres Arauz, and b…
 
Egypt’s foreign minister has hailed the positive signals and dialog coming out of Ankara and reinforced his government’s wishes to establish good relations with Turkey following years of animosity after President Morsi’s removal. “The recent Turkish statements and moves are appreciated [...] Egypt is keen to establish a dialogue for the interest of…
 
In this edition, we tell you how individuals in France are taking matters into their own hands and developing apps to make sure no Covid-19 vaccine doses are wasted and that people can get an appointment with their doctors. This comes as many citizens are complaining about a slow rollout of France's vaccination campaign.…
 
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