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This one-hour show airs at 06.00 London time and looks ahead to events that will shape the day in Europe, and beyond, with a special focus on Turkey and the Gulf.

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With it looking unlikely that Aung San Suu Kyi can run for president, what are the prospects for democracy in Burma?, We also hear from Amnesty International on Syrian refugees in Turkey, Tyler Brûlé meets Karl Lagerfeld and we head to the kitchens of Istanbul's Gastronomika.

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800 21 Nov 2014
00:59:28

With it looking unlikely that Aung San Suu Kyi can run for president, what are the prospects for democracy in Burma?, We also hear from Amnesty International on Syrian refugees in Turkey, Tyler Brûlé meets Karl Lagerfeld and we head to the kitchens of Istanbul's Gastronomika.

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799 20 Nov 2014
01:00:00

We look at whether the $500bn estimate to unite North and South Korea is accurate, hear from “America's Most Powerful Art Dealers” and learn why Slovakians are getting free bus rides.

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798 19 Nov 2014
01:00:00

We check in with Japan as they prepare to head to the polls then take a close look at the best way to deal with hostage situations as the US reviews its policy. Plus: the divisions the proposed 182-metre-high Statue of Unity is creating between politicans in India.

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797 18 Nov 2014
00:59:36

Just who is keen to invest in Iran if, as a deadline on nuclear talks looms, western sanctions are relaxed? We also take stock with the head of the UN Population Fund and Joseph Dana tells us about the challenges facing Turkey’s finance minister.

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796 17 Nov 2014
0:59:43

We check in with our Tokyo bureau chief as Japan heads for recession and ask why the Russian president ducked out of the G20 talks early. Plus we assess the surprising upset in the Romanian elections and what it means for Europe.

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795 14 Nov 2014
00:59:56

As Russian tanks and artillery are spotted crossing the border into Ukraine, Andy Hunder and Sarah Lain discuss where the ceasefire stands. We are also live in Seoul as more than 600,000 students take the exam of their lives and present the latest business headlines from Paris.

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794 13 Nov 2014
01:00:00

We find out why investors are wary of Indonesia despite its president's attempt to lure in billions to rebuild. Meanwhile, will Japan call a snap election to save the country's economy? We check in with our Asia bureau chief.

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793 12 Nov 2014
00:59:33

Correspondents in Burma, China and India discuss the latest from the Asean and East Asia summits. We also look at why Ebola fears cost Morocco the hosting of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations and the business headlines from Germany.

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792 11 Nov 2014
01:00:00

We hear from South Korea as a court sentences the captain and crew of the capsized Sewol ferry. Plus we discuss the Apec summit in Beijing and get the business news from Hong Kong.

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791 10 Nov 2014
00:59:18

We ask whether the Spanish government will listen to Catalonia, hear from Berlin about how people remembered the fall of the Wall over the weekend, and take a look at companies with the big ideas that could soon be shaping the future.

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790 7 Nov 2014
00:59:34

A look at the future role that Oman wants for itself in the Middle East, we hear from journalist and academic Peter Hartcher on why Australia has missed opportunities on the world stage, and conclude our week-long series about the Berlin Wall.

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789 6 Nov 2014
01:06:35

Hong Kong protesters plan to take their message directly to Beijing but will they even get across the border? We are also live in New Delhi, where security agencies are on high alert over a terror threat, and there’s a round-up of the day's business news.

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