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884 20 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Monday 20 April: 

After the weekend’s boat disaster in the Mediterranean, officials from 28 nations hold an emergency meeting to discuss the crisis. We discuss how the EU might handle the increasingly desperate situation. Plus France’s new anti-racism law and Queen Elizabeth II’s 89th birthday - with no sign of retirement imminent.

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883 17 Apr 2015
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Friday 17 April: 

As riots and violence sweep across South Africa and attacks on foreigners continue, we ask what’s ignited this burst of xenophobia. Also, why are people less than enthralled with the UK election? And has Wikileaks ‘jumped the shark’ with its latest Sony Pictures post?

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882 16 Apr 2015
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Thursday 16 April: 

Russian president Vladimir Putin has just finished his annual marathon televised phone-in; we tuned in so you didn’t have to. Nina Schick and James Boys join Steve Bloomfield for robust debate, plus Marco Rubio's climate change problem, Greece's credit crackdown and a question: which cities would make your list for quality of life?

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881 15 Apr 2015
00:29:19

Wednesday 15 April: 

As the US president agrees to allow congress veto powers over the Iran sanctions and Hillary Clinton courts Hollywood's endorsement, Xenia Wickett and Justin Marozzi join Emma Nelson with their analysis. Plus how did Clinton's campaign video cause a spot of bother on Russian television?

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880 14 Apr 2015
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Tuesday 14 April: 

Live from the Salone del Mobile in Milan, Tyler Brûlé chats to an array of influential forces setting the scene at this year’s premiere furniture fair. Roberto Gavazzi from Boffi, Airbnb’s Joe Gebbia and Petter Neby of Punkt join Monocle's editor in chief discussing the highlights from this year’s event.

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879 13 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Monday 13 April: 

We review the day’s top news stories, including Hillary Clinton’s big announcement, Beijing’s limit on Hong Kong visits for mainland Chinese and a US journalist facing charges of espionage in Iran.

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878 10 Apr 2015
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Friday 10 April: 

Andrew Mueller, Daniella Peled and Michael Binyon discuss Obama’s Cuban rapprochement, Pakistan’s Yemen policy, Turkey’s chances of EU accession, Hillary Clinton’s political future and killer robots.

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877 9 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Thursday 9 April: 

Andrew Mueller, Samira Shackle and Raffaello Pantucci discuss global nuclear disarmament, US weapons exports, Canadian airstrikes against Isis, France’s National Front and the Elgin Marbles.

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876 8 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Wednesday 8 April: 

Steve Bloomfield, Mary Dejevsky and James Schneider discuss developments in Yemen and Kenya, Alexis Tsipras’s trip to Moscow, France’s declassified documents on the Rwandan genocide and ‘non-doms’ in the UK.

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875 7 Apr 2015
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Tuesday 7 April: 

Andrew Tuck, Kathleen Burk and Oscar Guardiola-Rivera discuss Rand Paul’s US presidential campaign, political developments in Cuba, the pros and cons of reparations and policing in America.

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874 6 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Monday 6 April: 

Andrew Mueller, Robert Fox and Jane Kinninmont discuss Kenya's attack on al-Shabab training camps, the security situation in Yemen, female troops in US special operations and the CIA's view on TV show ‘Homeland’.

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873 3 Apr 2015
00:30:00

Friday 3 April: 

Andrew Mueller, Roger Boyes and Mary Dejevsky discuss the Iranian nuclear talks, the deadly attack at a Kenyan university and an anti-US campaign in Venezuela.

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