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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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For the first time, more Swedes are in favour of joining Nato than not; could Stockholm be ready to sign up? We also look at the legacy of Catherine Ashton, who today steps down as the head of EU's foreign policy, and get the day's biggest business news from Scandinavia.

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785 31 Oct 2014
00:59:32

For the first time, more Swedes are in favour of joining Nato than not; could Stockholm be ready to sign up? We also look at the legacy of Catherine Ashton, who today steps down as the head of EU's foreign policy, and get the day's biggest business news from Scandinavia.

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784 30 Oct 2014
00:59:24

We get our correspondent’s view on whether New Zealand will actually change its flag, we hear the latest on the Syrian town of Kobane as more fighters join the battle and we go through the day’s newspapers.

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783 29 Oct 2014
00:59:12

We ask whether the government of Bashar al-Assad is quietly preparing for a siege of Aleppo, hear about the upcoming meeting between Chinese and Japanese security officials, and leaf through today’s European newspapers.

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782 28 Oct 2014
00:59:25

As Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko negotiates a coalition following the weekend’s elections, what are his chances of success? Plus we profile Indonesia’s first foreign minister and assess the race to govern California ahead of this year's midterm elections.

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781 27 Oct 2014
00:57:11

Dilma Roussef is narrowly re-elected president of Brazil as divisions within the country continue to hamper her leadership. Plus our views on the US midterm election and a trip to Istanbul’s newest brunch-spot.

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780 24 Oct 2014
01:00:00

What is behind Russia’s latest moves in the Baltic sea? We also get the latest on the Brazilian elections, and hear from a legal expert about the world’s responsibility to prevent mass atrocities by acting early.

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779 23 Oct 2014
01:00:00

We look at US-Philippines relations and the prospects for peace in South Sudan, discuss the business news from France and review the morning newspapers with Paola Totaro.

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778 22 Oct 2014
01:00:00

We analyse Hong Kong’s protest movement, get the business news from Greece, look at the responsibilities of the international community to protect Syria’s civilians and review the morning newspapers with Giles Winn.

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777 21 Oct 2014
01:00:00

We look ahead to political talks in Hong Kong, discuss the wider strategy of Isis, explore the role of the “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine in the context of Libya and review the morning newspapers.

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776 20 Oct 2014
01:00:00

On today’s programme we examine political discontent in Hong Kong, look at the investment atmosphere in Iran, talk business in Istanbul and review the morning newspapers.

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775 17 Oct 2014
01:00:00

As protests continue, we hear the latest news from Hong Kong. Also on the programme we explore how the spread of Ebola in the US is detracting from efforts to curb the disease in West Africa.

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774 16 Oct 2014
01:00:00

As the first military talks between North and South Korea in three years conclude, we consider what they might mean for the future of the peninsula. We also look at the Australian government’s new anti-immigration campaign – which has drawn criticism from human rights groups – and meet the super-recyclers of Vancouver.

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