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109522 Jan 2016
00:54:30

Friday 22 January: 

We’re live in Tunisia as the government imposes a curfew amid threats to national security. We also head to Paris to check in with our team at Maison et Objet. Plus: we find out more about the ‘SuperQueeroes’ exhibition opening today in Berlin.

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109421 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Thursday 21 January: 

​As​ Oliver Ivanović is sentenced to nine years in jail for war crimes, we examine what this means for justice and politics in Serbia and Kosovo. We also get the latest from Davos and the Sundance Film Festival. Plus: will the world soon be flooded with KitKat copycats?

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109320 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Wednesday 20 January: 

Austria becomes the latest European country to ​cap the refugee influx, Israel clashes with the US and the EU over Palestinian land and we discuss whether the word “fascist” can be correctly applied to Donald Trump. Plus: we ask why Canada was omitted from the guest list at the anti-ISIS coalition in Paris.

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109219 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Tuesday 19 January: 

We ask whether the UN plan to form a national unity government in Libya will work and we’re in Washington as Australia’s prime minister Malcolm Turnbull makes his first official visit to the White House. Plus: North Korea drops leaflets in South Korea and Univision buys a controlling stake of ‘The Onion’.

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109118 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Monday 18 January: 

As a new era in relations between Iran and the US begins, we look at how it is being perceived by Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile as the first US primaries draw to a close we turn our focus to the Democratic debate and head to Argentina as President Mauricio Macri declassifies the Alberto Nisman case. Plus: we meet key innovators in technology and the media at this year’s Digital Life Design conference in Munich.

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109015 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Friday 15 January: 

As Al-Shabab seizes an African Union base in Somalia, we ask why the AU is failing. We also turn to Norway as the country declares crisis in the oil industry as devaluation continues. Plus: we review the latest stories coming out of Asia.

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108914 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Thursday 14 January: 

We get the latest from Jakarta as Indonesian president Joko Widodo condemns the attacks claimed by Isis. We also head to Toronto where Justin Trudeau’s government is refusing to scrap a weapons deal with Saudi Arabia despite international pressure. Plus: we speak with Katrina vanden Heuvel, the editor and publisher of ‘The Nation’, as the magazine endorses presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

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108813 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Wednesday 13 January: 

We head to Denmark where members of Parliament are debating whether to ask migrants to hand over their belongs in return for entry into the country. Meanwhile, as Al Jazeera America announces that it will shut down, we examine why the broadcaster has failed. Plus: we check in with our team in Florence for Pitti Uomo and get a report from the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

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108712 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Tuesday 12 January: 

As 10 tourists are killed in a terrorist attack in Turkey, we get the latest updates from Istanbul and some analysis from London. We also look to President Barack Obama as he prepares for his final State of the Union address. Plus: we discover that ‘The New Republic’ is up for sale and head to Detroit for the North American International Auto Show.

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108611 Jan 2016
00:56:35

Monday 11 January: 

We analyse Catalonia’s latest leader to learn if he’ll bring anything new to the secession cause, hear the latest from the Detroit Motor Show and reflect on the artful life and death of David Bowie.

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10858 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Friday 8 January: 

We discuss the day’s top stories and take a look at the political friendship between Tony Blair and Bill Clinton as private emails between the two are released to the public. Plus: we review the latest headlines from Asia.

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10847 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Thursday 7 January: 

As David Cameron resumes his tour of European capitals, trying to win support for his reform agenda, we ask if it will be enough for him to keep his country in the EU. We also turn to the world of Polish media as the governments takes control over state media. Plus: we learn what the largest ship in US history reveals about the industry and discover the new plans for New York’s Penn Station.

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10836 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Wednesday 6 January: 

We examine the emergency border talks taking place in Brussels and continue our analysis of the Saudi Arabia-Iran conflict as Iraq offers to moderate the dispute. Plus: as ‘The Las Vegas Review-Journal’ is bought by a billionaire casino magnate, we ask why he wants to keep it all quiet.

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10825 Jan 2016
00:57:30

Tuesday 5 January: 

As Obama delivers an emotional address on gun control, we ask how the US will respond. We also head to Venezuela as the opposition prepares to take over the National Assembly. Plus: we meet legendary performer Laurie Anderson to talk about her concert last night – for dogs.

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10814 Jan 2016
01:00:00

Monday 4 January: 

We discuss the escalating tension in the Middle East as Saudi Arabia’s allies join the diplomatic action agains Iran. We also head to the US to discuss the anti-gun lobby and who’s funding it. Plus: we get the latest stories from our bureaux in New York and Toronto and head to Chicago as the city’s first ever architecture biennial draws to a close.

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