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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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*) Violations reported after ceasefire in Nagorno-KarabakhAzerbaijan has said that Armenia had violated a new US-announced ceasefire that went into effect on Monday morning.Baku said the Armenian Army had targeted the Azerbaijani military in the Safiyan village of Lachin from the direction of Lachin city.It was the third truce attempt in a month si…
 
UK retail sales rise for fifth straight month in SeptemberUK retail sales rose in September for the fifth consecutive month, with figures for most sectors now at pre-pandemic levels. The volume of overall sales rose by 1-and- a-half percent from the previous month, boosted by purchases at furniture and gardening stores. Sales were 5-and- a-half per…
 
US weekly jobless claims fall to lowest level since MarchNew US jobless claims fell to the lowest level since March last week in a sign of an improving labour market ahead of November's presidential election. 787-thousand people filed for unemployment benefits, compared with 842-thousand in the prior week. The total number of Americans collecting s…
 
Cathay Pacific cuts 8,500 jobs and closes regional airlineCathay Pacific is slashing 8-and- a-half thousand jobs globally as it grapples with a plunge in demand as a result of the pandemic. The cuts include 2-thousand 600 vacant positions that would remain unfilled. Hong Kong's flag carrier is also shutting its regional Cathay Dragon brand as part …
 
Turkey has been warning about this for the past year and it's now been confirmed by Human Rights Watch: The Syrian regime and Russia are committing war crimes by bombing civilians in Idlib province. We discuss these repeated attacks on civilian infrastructure and the latest in the long-running Syrian war. Guests: Ali DemirdasPolitical Analyst Fadel…
 
America is set to vote between Joe Biden and incumbent Donald Trump on November 3 in what Democrats and Republicans alike are calling the most consequential election in generations. Turkey's relations with the Trump administration started off bumpy, but ultimately found some common ground. On the other hand, former vice president Biden has suggeste…
 
The results of the upcoming US presidential elections, the most divisive in generations, are sure to reverberate across the world. How will the election's outcome impact the Middle East and Turkey in particular? Plus, Bashar al Assad's regime and its ally Russia have targeted civilians in opposition-held Idlib province, which rights groups say, is …
 
Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union have hit a number of stumbling blocks. One of which is the fishing industry. At the moment, fleets from the EU can fish in British waters and vice versa. It’s something the EU wants to continue. But the lack of a concrete post-Brexit trade deal could be devastating for the industry on both sides o…
 
Goldman Sachs has admitted it broke US corruption laws and will pay nearly 3-billion- dollars to global regulators for its role in the looting of billions of dollars from Malaysia's 1MDB state fund. The US Justice Department says the Wall Street giant has now accepted responsibility for bribing high-ranking foreign officials to obtain lucrative und…
 
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) was formed to protect Nigerians, but it may have been doing the exact opposite. The notorious police squad is accused of murder, extortion and torture, and the Nigerian people have had enough. Mass protests have spread across the country demanding an end to police brutality. President Muhammadu Buhari gave in t…
 
*) Mute button brings civility to final US presidential debateA mute button is all it took to bring civility to the final US presidential debate in Tennessee.Donald Trump and Joe Biden interrupted each other far less frequently, even as they clashed on issues ranging from Covid-19 to climate change.Candidates will now hit the campaign trail to must…
 
Electric carmaker Tesla has reported its fifth consecutive quarterly profit as it ramps up deliveries of vehicles and cashes in on its environmentally friendly operations by selling carbon credits to competitors. The company plans to deliver a record number of cars in the fourth quarter, but could face challenges in gearing up production. For more …
 
The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has unveiled a new relief package for workers and businesses as more restrictions are imposed across parts of Britain to curb the rapid spread of coronavirus. It includes cash grants of up to 2-thousand 750 dollars for businesses in high-alert areas, doubling self-employed grants from 20 to 40-percen…
 
The US opioid epidemic has killed nearly 450-thousand Americans over the past 20 years. A major cause has been the abuse of prescription painkillers. Now the US Justice Department has reached a settlement worth more than 8-billion- dollars with one of the main culprits, Purdue Pharma. But not everyone believes justice is being served, with the deal…
 
How did two countries regularly accused of abusing human rights win seats on the UN group whose job it is to protect people. China and Russia will be preaching about how best to keep people safe. So who’s going to take them seriously?Name: Gissou NiaTitle: Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council.Name: Sophie RichardsonTitle: China Director at Human R…
 
On this episode of Showcase;Restitution of Colonial Art​ 00:32Rob van der Laarse, Professor in War and Conflict Heritage and Memory 01:08Anti-Waste Murals 10:01Netflix's African Originals 13:16The Way I See It 17:06In Conversation with Alev Ebuzziya 20:23Ennio Morricone's Morricone Segreto 23:51#Netflix #Museums #EnnioMorricone…
 
*) Turkey says it will send troops to help Azerbaijan if requestedTurkey's Vice President Fuat Oktay says Ankara will not hesitate to send soldiers and provide military support for Azerbaijan if asked.Earlier, Armenia's prime minister Nikol Pashinyan said he saw no possibility of a diplomatic solution with Azerbaijan at this stage over the Nagorno-…
 
When does an enemy attack? - when you are at your weakest and most confused.And the outside world suspects that of the US right now. A country in the grip of a pandemic, a president who’s had Covid, and a vitriolic election. Is this really a dangerous moment for the US and its allies? Guests:Klaus DoddsProfessor of GeopoliticsMara Oliva Associate P…
 
Tasmida Johar had to flee her homeland. She's Rohingya and was persecuted in her native Myanmar. She made it to India where she has become one of a handful of refugees anywhere in the world to go to university.Producers: Ishan Russell in Delhi and Akanksha Saxena in Istanbul Shoot and Edit: Devesh Chopra and Abhimanyu Banerji #Rohingya #RohingyaGen…
 
*) Azerbaijan: Global sanctions should be imposed on ArmeniaAzerbaijan's President Ilham Aliyev has urged the international community to impose sanctions on Armenia.In a televised speech, Aliyev said that the Armenian army is involved in "massacres" of civilians.Aliyev expressed resolve in retaking Azerbaijani territories occupied by Armenian force…
 
There are more than 2 million internally displaced refugees in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib. The UN says people are struggling to survive in horrific conditions. The price of bread has risen by 22 percent in a month, and more than 30 percent of the bakeries in the area have closed. As Furkan Yagmur reports, one NGO has found a way to m…
 
In the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, waste pickers are anxious about losing their livelihoods. They've had less recyclable waste to sell since the pandemic set in. And though it's been more than three months since the government reopened the economy, people just aren't tossing things away. Adesewa Josh tells us more.#Kenya #RefuseRecyclers #Lockdown…
 
COVID-19 cases are once again surging across North America and Europe and the World Health Organisation is warning of another devastating wave of fatalities. That's driving Italy, Belgium, Ireland and other European countries to reimpose lockdowns and other restrictions. But, as Mobin Nasir reports, that's threatening the region's nascent economic …
 
Donald Trump has announced he could soon remove Sudan from the US' list of states that support terrorism. It's been one of the key goals of Sudan's transitional government to get the country back into the international community -- and save its spiralling economy. Miranda Lin has more. Dr Yassir M. Alobaid is the General Manager of Sudanese Indepen…
 
The US government has filed a landmark anti-trust lawsuit against one of the tech industry's biggest firms. The US Justice Department is accusing Google of strangling the competition by abusing its monopoly in the online search market. Several state attorneys- general have joined the DOJ in the case.. which is the most aggressive antitrust action a…
 
From a peak of 100,00 to perhaps no US troops in Afghanistan by Christmas - if Donald Trump has his way. But with Taliban attacks continuing, would the country be at risk of another civil war? Guests:Javid FaisalFormer Government SpokespersonMurid PartawFormer Senior National Representative of Afghanistan to US Central CommandLaurel MillerDirector …
 
*) Mics to be muted in US presidential debate to stop interruptionsThe US Commission on Presidential Debates has changed the rules for Thursday's final debate.Both candidates, President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden, will have their microphones muted while their opponent answers questions. Trump's campaign has challenged the format of…
 
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…
 
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