The Globalist

29 Jan 2013

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29 January, 2013

Episode 327

01 hour 49 minutes

As Egyptian cities descend into violence we get an update from Cairo. Plus, we talk flag branding, get the latest business news from Iceland, and look into the world of Dutch royalty.

29 January, 2013

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