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768 8 Oct 2014

The latest news from Turkey, where people have been killed in protests against the country’s inaction on Isis. We also get a business update from Singapore and review today’s newspapers.

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767 7 Oct 2014

We assess relations between North and South Korea as a naval quarrel threatens an agreement to resume talks. We also ask if the EU is set to reject France’s 2015 budget and get the business news from Russia.

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766 6 Oct 2014

We discuss the outcome of yesterday’s first-round voting in Brazil’s presidential election, hear the latest from Hong Kong and meet the experts behind new book What I Love About Movies.

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765 3 Oct 2014

As Hong Kong’s chief executive defies calls to stand down, we hear the latest from the protests. Plus we discuss Turkish military action against Isis militants and this Sunday’s election in Brazil.

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764 2 Oct 2014

Will Turkey authorise military action against Isis militants? Plus we hear the latest on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests and discuss the upcoming presidential election in Brazil.

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763 1 Oct 2014

The latest on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, we discuss today’s planned meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama, and get the business news from France.

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762 30 Sep 2014

As pro-democracy protests continue in Hong Kong we hear from our bureau chief in the city. We also get business news from Turkey, take a trip to the Glasgow School of Art and reflect on the upcoming Uruguayan election.

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761 29 Sep 2014

Monocle’s editor in chief Tyler Brûlé and Emma Nelson bring you the latest from Hong Kong as some of largest protests in the region’s history continue, we also hear about the recovery efforts on Japan’s erupting volcano, Mount Ontake, and take the time to sample the joys of handwriting.

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760 26 Sep 2014

We discuss Turkey’s changing attitude towards tackling Islamic State, ask if the arrest of another Russian oligarch is a sign of Putin feeling weaker, and we take a look at the state of the French economy.

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759 25 Sep 2014

We discuss what Australia’s new anti-terrorism legislation means for its citizens and those who enforce the law, hear from Gambia about a controversial new proposed law against homosexuality, and continue our week-long series on the state of France by looking into its foreign policy.

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758 24 Sep 2014

How does the UN plan to prevent jihadists from member states travelling to fight in foreign wars? We also hear how seriously the political comeback of Mikhail Khodorkovsky should be taken and get the day’s business news from Hong Kong.

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757 23 Sep 2014

A look at the progress of air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria, we hear from Hong Kong where thousands of students are boycotting lectures as part of pro-democracy protests, and find out how the Kremlin’s latest law could affect foreign owners of Russian media outlets.

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