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850 11 Feb 2015

Nataliya Gumenyuk and Tim Judah look ahead to the Ukraine peace talks taking place in Minsk today, we assess the future of US news anchors as NBC’s Brian Williams is suspended for six months, and ask why Australia will be competing in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna.

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849 10 Feb 2015

As Bashar al-Assad says that his government has shared information with the US-led air campaign against Islamic State targets in Syria, we analyse those claims. Plus, why Doha, Abu Dhabi and Dubai have been described as the most sustainable cities in the Middle East, and we find out why beekeeping is on the rise in Swedish cities.

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848 9 Feb 2015

We preview Angela Merkel’s meeting with President Obama at the White House. Plus we report on the aftermath as at least 22 people die at a football stadium in Cairo and assess Denmark’s plans to build bicycle parks across the country.

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847 6 Feb 2015

After a temporary truce is declared in Ukraine, we report on the economic turmoil the country is facing. Plus the story behind 60 classic vintage cars recently uncovered on a French farm.

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846 5 Feb 2015

With the US secretary of state John Kerry touching down in Kiev, we ask what a weapon-supply deal might mean for Ukraine. We also discuss the ISPO trade fair in Munich and the arrival of The Fat Duck in Melbourne.

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845 4 Feb 2015

We discuss Jordan’s decision to expedite the execution of two Isis prisoners held on death row. We also report from the Tunisian parliament and ask why Iceland is building a temple to the Norse gods.

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844 3 Feb 2015

With the International Criminal Court handing down its verdict in the long-running genocide case between Croatia and Serbia, we discuss what it means for relations between the nations. Plus the latest on a ceasefire deal in South Sudan.

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843 2 Feb 2015

Australian journalist Yaara Bou Melhem discusses the role of diplomacy between Canberra and Cairo in securing the release of Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, we get the latest from the trial of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and ask why the gate of Aung San Suu Kyi’s former home is up for sale.

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842 30 Jan 2015

We assess Egypt's response to the coordinated attacks on military facilities by militants loyal to Islamic State in the Sinai Peninsula, track the progress of the search for a new CEO at Standard Chartered Bank, and hear the reaction to this year's Bocuse d'Or contest in Lyon.

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841 29 Jan 2015

As Malaysia declares the disappearance of flight MH370 an “accident” we assess what the announcement means. Plus we report on the two Japanese hostages held captive by Isis and visit one of the world's most important toy fairs in Germany.

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840 28 Jan 2015

As Greece welcomes a new government, we look at the rules of how to form a cabinet. We also hear why North Korea's leader is heading to Moscow, and get the week's biggest technology news.

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839 27 Jan 2015

We hear why the Argentinian intelligence agency will be dissolved, get Thai reactions to the request by a US envoy to lift martial law in the country, and discuss the week’s biggest aviation news with Murdo Morrison of ‘Flight International’.

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