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702 15 Jul 2014
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The view from two journalists reporting on the conflict in Gaza, we head to Texas to discuss the detention of an American immigration activist, review the Asian newspapers with Jim Hoare, and find out why the Devil is getting a bad deal.

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701 14 Jul 2014
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We discuss the conflict in Gaza with Daniella Peled, Terry McAuliffe explains his approach to business as governor of the state of Virginia, we meet the editor of South Korea’s Jeju Weekly, and take a musical tour of New York.

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700 11 Jul 2014
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What are the regional implications of the turmoil in Gaza? We also explore the status of the F35 jet, get an update on the week in luxury news with Piers Schmidt and enjoy a Friday night out in Brazil.

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699 10 Jul 2014
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In a packed show we discuss Turkish prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s political rival, French anti-terror legislation, London's polluted air and the business of books.

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698 9 Jul 2014
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We discuss US spying in Germany, chemical weapons in Syria and a living wage for authors; we also review the Asian newspapers.

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697 8 Jul 2014
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Crime in Chicago and working hours in South Korea: we’ve got both covered. We also check in live with our correspondent in Rio and review the Asian newspapers with Heidi Wang.

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696 7 Jul 2014
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The latest on Afghanistan’s presidential election, we look at protests and political grievances in Kenya, we talk about the Chinese economy with Leland Miller of The China Beige Book, and review today’s Asian newspapers.

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695 4 Jul 2014
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It’s 4 July and time to assess the state of the nation in the US – hearing from three major cities. Plus, we ask why so many US embassies abroad have no ambassadors to fill them, and bring you a potted history of the country’s most potent national symbol: The Star Spangled Banner.

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694 3 Jul 2014
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Aviation analyst Chris Yates explains how to combat the threat to air travel by Al-Qaeda's newly-revealed bomb-making techniques, former CIA intelligence analyst Aki Peritz explains the media campaign by ISIS in Iraq, and we hear why a man who missed the World Cup final in 1950 will be there for the closing match of the 2014 tournament.

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693 2 Jul 2014
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As a shipment of Syria’s chemical weapons arrives at an Italian port, analyst Shashank Joshi assesses how the international effort underway to rid Syria of its chemical arsenal is faring. We also ask why Iranian military jets are now flying in Iraqi airspace, and take a listen to Nigeria’s alternative World Cup anthem.

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692 1 Jul 2014
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The latest on the crisis in Israel and Palestine after three Israeli teenagers were found dead, we also assess Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s return to City Hall from rehab, and hear from Denmark’s annual festival dedicated to politics.

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691 30 Jun 2014
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We get live reactions from Tel Aviv after the discovery of the bodies of three Israeli teenaged boys, hear why the Argentine government is using the international press to refute claims that it is about to default on its sovereign debt, and we hear from The Tico Times after a historic victory for Costa Rica at the World Cup.

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