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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 ...
 
World-renowned strength & conditioning coach Joe DeFranco shares his thoughts on training for peak performance, mindset, and living your passion. As the founder and owner of DeFranco’s Gym, he also provides the business knowledge that helped him turn a 500-square-foot storage closet into a global brand. Each week, Joe will educate, motivate and entertain his audience by answering their questions and/or conducting interviews with top athletes, fitness professionals, entrepreneurs, and other h ...
 
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Leaders of the Turkic Council member countries, while supporting Azerbaijan’s Karabakh victory, have agreed to work towards the rehabilitation of the liberated territory. Central Asia, a region of high strategic importance with its unexplored natural resources and significant geo-strategic location, continues to face threats of terrorism and confli…
 
After years of strained relations, Ankara and Riyadh appear to be on track to repairing the ties. However the unofficial Saudi boycott of Turkish goods is still casting a shadow over the relations between the two countries. After record-low trade figures in recent months, Turkey raised its concerns regarding the kingdom’s informal embargo at the Wo…
 
The relationship between Turkey and Saudi Arabia has seen improvements in recent months. But the unofficial Saudi boycott of Turkish goods is still casting a shadow on these relations. Ankara raised the issue at a World Trade Organisation Goods Council meeting in Geneva in an attempt to seek a resolution to the issue. The kingdom’s informal embargo…
 
The US government has pledged more than 200 million dollars in aid to the UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees. The Trump administration cut funding in 2018. But even with the renewed support, pressure is mounting on Washington to do more to resolve the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Mobin Nasir explains. For more on this, Tama…
 
US President Joe Biden is leading a global campaign to ensure the world's largest corporations pay their taxes wherever they are. His administration wants to raise trillions of dollars to fund ambitious spending plans. If the effort succeeds, it would also end a so-called 'race to the bottom' that has forced countries to sacrifice revenues to keep …
 
Private equity firm CVC makes $20B offer for ToshibaCVC Capital Partners has made a 20-billion dollar offer to buy-out Toshiba. The bid comes as the Japanese conglomerate faces scrutiny over a series of scandals. Luxembourg-based CVC is one of several private equity firms to submit a bid, and is reportedly planning to take Toshiba off the Tokyo Sto…
 
Cryptocurrency market capitalisation tops $2T for first timeThe total value of the entire cryptocurrency market has topped $2 trillion for the first time, following a recent rally in prices of bitcoin and some other tokens. Bitcoin has surged by more than 100 percent this year with a growing number of financial institutions adding it to their portf…
 
US court sides with Google in a copyright dispute with OracleThe US Supreme Court has handed Alphabet's Google a major victory in a long-running copyright battle with Oracle. The court said Google engaged in legitimate "fair use" when it used Oracle's Java programming language for the Android mobile operating system. Oracle had claimed at points to…
 
*) Medical experts deal big blow to Derek Chauvin’s defence Medical experts asserted that Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd by kneeling on his neck long enough to cut off his oxygen.Doctors Martin Tobin and Bill Smock testified that a lack of oxygen led to brain damage and caused Floyd's heart to stop.The damaging testimony has ripped a big hole in…
 
President Emmanuel Macron has been condemned for handling the pandemic and has imposed tough new restrictions with COVID cases on the rise again. Meanwhile Le Pen narrowed the gap in a big way with Macron - and there are just 12 months to go until the French people decide. Could France end up with a president who claims that multicultural societies…
 
This week Joe & Smitty announce the [public] release of their NEW "Specialization Course Digital Library"! During the past 3 years Joe & Smitty compiled data on the most common "problem areas" in training, then created easy-to-implement "workout add-ons", aka, Specialization Courses - That'll turn your weaknesses into strengths - while making your …
 
The World Health Organization says the coronavirus pandemic has exposed extreme inequalities in the global health system that favour rich countries. The WHO has renewed a call for more funding so vaccines against COVID-19 can be widely distributed to the most vulnerable communities. The International Monetary Fund has also floated the idea of a tem…
 
The European Union's drugs regulator says it's established a link between rare blood clots in the brain and the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. The European Medicines Agency now wants the Anglo-Swedish drug company to list it as one of the possible side effects of the injection. But the EMA has not changed its guidance for the vaccine, saying its ben…
 
*) US to repair ties with Palestine The US has announced it will resume financial support for the UN agency that supports Palestinian refugees. The aid package, worth more than $230 million, will go toward humanitarian, economic and security assistance.The move is aimed at repairing Washington's ties with the Palestinians after the Trump administra…
 
Scorpions kill more than 3-thousand people each year, according to the Journal of Pediatric Research. But one Egyptian entrepreneur has found a way to cash-in on the eight-legged- arachnids, hunting some of the most dangerous in the world for their prized venom. Motheo Khoaripe has more.#Venom #ScorpionBreeding #MedicinalProperties…
 
Shares of the British food delivery start-up, Deliveroo, have climbed as much as 4-percent on their first fully-open day of trading on the London Stock Exchange. The stock tanked by around 30-percent on their initial listing last week, after a number of major UK investors expressed concerns about how Deliveroo treats its 100-thousand plus couriers.…
 
The European Union's drugs regulator says it's established a link between rare blood clots in the brain and the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine. The European Medicines Agency now wants the Anglo-Swedish drug company to list it as one of the possible side effects of the injection. But the EMA has not changed its guidance for the vaccine, saying its ben…
 
The European Union has faced down crises before: the financial crash of 2008; the arrival of millions of migrants and refugees. But these events leave their mark - so how will the pandemic change the EU?Guests: Wojciech PrzybylskiEditor-in-Chief of Visegrad InsightDenis MacshaneFormer UK Minister of State for EuropeDmitris TsarouhasAssociate Profes…
 
On this episode of Showcase;Remembering Beverly Cleary 00:38Michelle Martin, Beverly Cleary Professor for Children and Youth Services 01:17Art Dubai 08:29The Jameel Prize: Poetry to Politics 10:59Rachel Dedman, Curator of ‘Jameel Prize: Poetry to Politics’ 11:28The Hollywood Romantic Comedy 19:42#JameelPrize #BeverlyCleary #ArtDubai…
 
How will Europe cope with the mutant strains of Covid 19 now appearing in different corners of the world? The British or Kent variant, ones from Brazil and South Africa; there will be others - what kind of threats do they pose?Guests:Dr Julian TangVirologist at University of LeicesterProfessor Jonathan Stoye Virologist at Francis Crick Institute Ok…
 
*) President Erdogan says Turkey's ultimate goal is full EU membershipTurkey’s President Erdogan held talks with top officials in Ankara on a range of issues including the refugee crisis, trade, visa liberalisation, and a revamp of ties.President Erdogan told EU Commission head Ursula von der Leyen and EU Council chief Charles Michel, that Ankara's…
 
Voters in Greenland are choosing a new parliament on Tuesday. The general election is seen by many as a referendum on mining projects meant to diversify the Danish territory's economic prospects. The snap election was triggered after the party representing indigenous Inuits pulled out of the coalition government over increased mining activity in th…
 
High-level talks between Turkey and the European Union have wrapped up in Ankara. European Commision President, Ursula von der Leyen, and Head of the European Council, Charles Michel, met with Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a bid to reset their relationship and improve co-operation. The two sides discussed a number of topics, including …
 
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