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A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.​
 
The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
 
The Podcast for the Hard Working Mother F*ckers of the World. Raw, Real and Intense. Nothing is off limits. You will be motivated, inspired and you will laugh your a$$ off! Hosted by: Seth Feroce; Entrepreneur, former IFBB Bodybuilder and Aspiring Comedian.
 
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*) Azerbaijan retakes 13 more villages under Armenian occupationAzerbaijan says it has freed 13 more villages in the Jabrayil region from Armenian occupation.Meanwhile, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has condemned attacks from both Azerbaijan and Armenia on populated areas.Guterres wants both sides to abide by a new humanitarian truce and re…
 
Eurozone's budget deficits to widen tenfold this yearThe eurozone's budget deficit will rise tenfold from last year's levels as governments spend heavily to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. Draft budget plans indicate the 19-country bloc will slide into a fiscal deficit of nearly 1-point-1 trillion dollars this year. The European Central Bank f…
 
A good guitar riff sticks in your head for hours. The talent of the musician is key, but so is the quality of the instrument. And there's one family-run business in the Czech Republic that started life boot-legging guitars under the former regime, but is now supplying some of the biggest stars in the world. Sarah Morice has their story.#GuitarManuf…
 
They say that laughter is the best medicine. But the comedy clubs of New York City haven't been able to dispense it when it's possibly needed most. They've been shut since March. Facing financial hardship, club owners, performers, and workers are now pushing to reopen, just as restaurants, museums, gyms, and bowling alleys have. Kyoko Gasha pays a …
 
Boeing's 737 MAX jets are on course for a return to the skies before the end of 2020. American Airlines says it will start selling tickets this weekend for flights in December. Officials are confident regulators will sign-off, ending what's been a nightmare scenario for what used to be the world's biggest plane maker. Jacques Astre is the president…
 
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to stifle growth across most economies, businesses in China are roaring back to life. Its GDP grew 4.9 percent between July and September, compared to a year ago. And economists say this growth is broad-based, so the government isn't under pressure to prop-up demand. But without a bounce-back in global trade, t…
 
Students and young people continue to be at the forefront of what seems to be the beginnings of a cultural revolution in Thailand. Protests which use the symbols and reference points of the millennial generation have evolved from just calling for the Prime Minister to stand down, a huge call in itself - to forcing parts of society to rethink its in…
 
Istanbul Fashion Week has opened its doors to the public, with one major difference this year - it's all online. The event featured 30 runway shows, which can be viewed in the comfort of your home. It will allow everyone an equal opportunity to view this season's collections... And as Sibel Karkus reports, going digital also has advantages for desi…
 
Boeing 737 Max declared safe to fly againEurope's aviation regulator has declared Boeing's 737 MAX safe to fly, saying it could return to the region's skies before the end of 2020. The European Union's Aviation Safety Agency says it's satisfied with the changes the planemaker has made to the aircraft.. and could formally approve it in around a mont…
 
Azerbaijan says dozens have been killed in attacks on civilians by Armenia. The attacks have continued despite a Russia-brokered ceasefire, which has all but collapsed. We discuss the latest in this ongoing conflict between the two countries over the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region.Plus, the abandoned coastal town of Maras in the Turkish Republic …
 
Azerbaijan says Armenia continues to target civilian settlements in an act of war crimes and despite the a Russia-backed ceasefire to end the fighting over the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region. We discuss the latest in the fighting that threatens that has thrown the region into a crisis. Guests: Farid ShafiyevFormer Azerbaijani Ambassador Idil Tunc…
 
For almost half a century, entry was forbidden into the abandoned coastal town of Maras located in a military zone in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The area, once known as the 'Las Vegas of the Mediterranean,' has partially reopened to the public and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara is ready to support the Turkish Cypri…
 
Britain's turkey industry should be gearing up for its busiest time of year Christmas. More than 75% of Britons serve up a traditional roast turkey for their Christmas Day lunch. But this year, family gatherings could be a lot smaller than usual. The coronavirus infection rate is rising and restrictions are in place on social gatherings - creating …
 
The South Korean boy band BTS is one of the most popular musical acts in the world. And its label Big Hit Entertainment's decision to go public is proving to be 'Dynamite.' Shares almost doubled in value in the first day of trading. That's turned the firm's founder Bang Si-hyuk into one of South Korea's wealthiest men with a fortune close to three …
 
Anti-government protesters in Thailand are defying a state of emergency decree banning mass gatherings. They have vowed to continue to fight until there is meaningful reform in the country. But as the political standoff continues, the country's economic woes are also worsening. Miranda Lin explains. Tim Forsyth is a professor of International Devel…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has caused the most severe global economic downturn since the Great Depression. The International Monetary Fund forecasts global GDP will shrink by 4.4 percent this year and says the economic recovery will be drawn out. It's urging governments to continue taking steps to contain COVID-19, and provide government support to k…
 
*) Trump, Biden replace debate with rival Town Hall meetingsUS President Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden held rival town halls on competing TV networks as a replacement for their second debate.Trump was grilled by NBC News in Miami, and on ABC News, Joe Biden answered questions in Philadelphia.Even though the candidates didn't appear to…
 
During his three nights in hospital President Trump was given an experimental cocktail of antibodies called REGN-COV2. He was also given a steroid called dexamethasone, a course of the anti-viral drug remdesivir and a few other over-the-counter meds, but for the president the star of the show was definitely REGN-COV2 and he wants to make it availab…
 
On this episode of Showcase;Remembering Mohammad Reza Shajarian 00:33Marian Brehmer, Journalist and Researcher of Persian Culture 01:14London Mural Festival 07:28Istanbul Fashion Week 2020 10:04Seda Domanic, International Brand Consultant of MBFWI 16:13National Museum of Yemen Collapses due to Rain 23:13#IstanbulFashionWeek #MohammadRezaShajarian #…
 
For New Yorkers, owning a car is often an unnecessary hassle. Parking is limited, streets are crowded and residents have plenty of other options to get around town such as the subway, Citibikes, yellow cabs and ride-hailing services. But since the COVID-19 outbreak, more New Yorkers are shying away from public transport in favour of leasing and pur…
 
*) Turkey favours permanent solution to Karabakh rowTurkey's President Erdogan has told his Russian counterpart Putin that Ankara is in favour of a permanent solution to the conflict over occupied Karabakh.The two leaders discussed the ongoing Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict in a phone call on Wednesday.The conflict continues despite an agreed ceasefir…
 
China's stock market value hits record $10TChinese stock valuations have climbed to a record high as the world's second largest economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. The combined value of shares trading on the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges reached 10-point-04 trillion dollars. The market value briefly touched that level in 2015, prior to a…
 
Turkey's industrial production rises 10.4% in AugustTurkey's industrial production rose 10-point-four percent from a year ago in August, marking its strongest performance in more than two years. That's as the economic recovery picked up pace following coronavirus lockdowns. Meanwhile, retail sales also jumped five-point-eight percent year-on-year, …
 
The Great Barrier Reef is listed as one of the wonders of the natural world. But a new study by the James Cook University in Queensland has found that more than half its corals have died over the past 25 years. And scientists warn that unless firm action is taken now, the surviving corals could disappear even faster.#GreatBarrierReef #Environmental…
 
Let's move on now to Japan - a nation that natural calamities have battered for centuries. And the situation has worsened in the last few decades due to climate change, pushing the limits of Japanese ingenuity. The latest effort to protect the world's third-largest economy from acts of God lies underground. Shoaib Hasan has more. #Japan #Flooding #…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be a catalyst for many to re-think their careers. In the UK, not only is the unemployment rate at its highest in two years, but lockdowns and furloughs have given people time and space to reassess their lifestyles and find new passions. Natalie Powell has more.#Pandemic #Careers #Unemployment…
 
Spain's Catalonia region is the latest area in Europe to reintroduce a partial lockdown as coronavirus cases surge again. The continent's leaders are desperately trying to slow the spread of the virus but they're not yet implementing full lockdowns that would bring their economies to a halt. Natasha Hussain reports. Bruno Verstraete is a partner an…
 
The governments of the United States, Japan, the European Union and other advanced economies have spent trillions of dollars to counter the impact of COVID-19. The International Monetary Fund says this spending is bearing fruit and returning the global economy to growth faster than expected. But similar efforts by poorer countries are piling more d…
 
United we stand - against China. The message from Japan, India, Australia and the US - what’s known as The Quad - is that together we can push back against Chinese adventurism in the Indo-Pacific region. Is it really necessary? GUESTSJagannath PandaManohar Parrikar Institute Francis LunCEO of GEO Securities Humphrey HawksleyAuthor of ‘Asian Waters’…
 
The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is blocking the waters of the Blue Nile, despite no agreement between two downstream countries Egypt and Sudan over how to stop their supplies drying up. Guests:William DavidsonEthiopia Analyst at the International Crisis GroupYohannes GedamuLecturer of Political Science at the Georgia Gwinnett CollegeAdel Darwis…
 
Most Nigerians buy their basic household items from informal retailers. But since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many traders have found it hard to restock their goods. That’s because the pandemic has disrupted supply chains. But as Aksel Zaimovic reports, a logistics firm in Lagos has a solution.#Nigeria #Pandemic #TechStartUps…
 
When Europe was struggling to contain the first outbreak of COVID-19, Argentina locked down early. It paid off in many ways. But with restrictions still in place six months later, millions of people have been driven into poverty. And they don't trust their leaders to work in their best interests. Now, thousands of people have marched on the capital…
 
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