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942 9 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 9 July: 

We discuss the day’s news, from another delay on the Iran nuclear talks to Greece’s imminent deadline for a new restructuring proposal of its debts. Plus: Yemen’s government agrees to a conditional ceasefire and Tunisia announced its measure to build an “anti-terrorism” wall along its border with Libya.

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941 8 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 8 July: 

Monocle’s Steve Bloomfield discusses the top news stories of the day with George Brock and Isabel Hilton, from the unfolding Greek crisis to the newly announced elections in Burma. Plus: we take a look at China’s stumbling stock market and the historical meeting between US president Barack Obama and the leader of Vietnam’s Communist party, Nguyen Phu Trong.

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940 7 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Tuesday 7 July: 

Monocle’s Tom Edwards and guests John Everard and Shashank Joshi take a look at Greece’s failure to present a new bailout proposal to the Eurozone leaders. They also discuss yet another extension of Iran’s nuclear talks and China’s failing stock market. Plus: what have we learned 10 years after the 7/7 bombings?

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939 6 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Monday 6 July: 

As thousands gathered last night in Athen’s Syntagma square to celebrate the outcome of Sunday’s referendum, we ask how much room is still left for negotiations. In this special edition of Midori House, Monocle’s Steve Bloomfield is joined by Daniella Peled and Roger Boyes as they take an in-depth look at the unfolding Greek crisis.

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938 3 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Friday 3 July: 

We look ahead to this Sunday’s referendum in Greece, ask why Burundi is pressing ahead with disputed elections condemned by the UN and wonder if Malaysia will ever find the perpetrators of downed flight MH17.

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937 2 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 2 July: 

We debate whether the UK should bomb Isis in Syria, ask what the UN’s new heightened level of humanitarian emergency in Yemen means for that country and try to decipher the Greek referendum ballot paper.

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936 1 Jul 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 1 July: 

We analyse the announcement by Barack Obama that the US will reopen its embassy in Cuba, get the latest on the Greek debt debacle and learn why China wants more influence in the world’s banking system.

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935 30 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Tuesday 30 June: 

We look at whether Europe could have averted the current Greek situation, analyse Dilma Rousseff’s visit to Washington and discuss one year of IS’s self-proclaimed caliphate.

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934 29 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Monday 29 June: 

Is it crunch time for Greece in Europe? We also analyse Friday's massacre in Tunisia and ask why Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe isn't quite as popular as he once was.

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933 26 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Friday 26 June: 

We analyse today’s multiple terror attacks across the world, find out why Rwanda and the UK are not seeing eye to eye, discuss whether the French media purposefully left the Calais migration crisis off its agenda and celebrate the legalisation of same-sex marriage in the US.

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932 25 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 25 June: 

We look at the realistic chances for a lasting nuclear deal between Iran and the West, summarise the plethora of EU talks going on in Brussels this week and ask whether dictators should ever be forgiven.

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931 24 Jun 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 24 June: 

We ask whether François Hollande should really be surprised that the US spied on him, discuss how long an effective protest should take to make its point and analyse Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi’s new comments on migrants on Italy.

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