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746 15 Sep 2014
00:58:25

Should airlines forego their traditional customer base to pursue the low-cost market? We bring you the latest on the Air France pilot strike. Plus all the news and views from the presidential campaign trail in Brazil.

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745 12 Sep 2014
00:57:09

We analyse Sweden’s elections, discuss the media reaction to Valérie Trierweiler’s memoirs with our Paris correspondent and review the Asian newspapers with John Hemmings.

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744 11 Sep 2014
00:56:52

With the US continuing to galvanise Arab support to combat Isis, Patrick Cockburn assesses the rise of the militant group. We also discuss the bombings in Santiago and ask whether NFL cheerleaders should be paid.

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743 10 Sep 2014
00:56:44

David Schenker from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy assesses the chances for an international coalition in the fight against Isis, we look ahead to Uruguay’s elections and review the day’s Asian front pages.

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742 9 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Shashank Joshi of RUSI assesses the fight against Islamic State in Lebanon, we ask why the leader of Uzbekistan is taking his daughter to court, and hear from the Apple watch launch in San Francisco.

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741 8 Sep 2014
01:00:00

We reflect on President Obama’s supposed U-turn on immigration, speak to commentator Thiago de Aragão about the latest scandal to hit Brazil’s presidential race and are live in Tokyo as Japan’s first ever tennis Grand Slam finalist takes to the court in the US Open.

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740 5 Sep 2014
00:59:31

We meet the foreign Minister of Lithuania Linas Linkevicius at the Nato summit in Wales, hear what banned filmmakers in Singapore can do to counteract domestic censorship, and get tips for a great Friday night in Paris.

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739 4 Sep 2014
00:56:19

The latest from Wales on Nato, we speak to Rudra Chaudhuri about al-Qaeda’s expansion into India, and discuss how sustainable Mexico City’s new airports will be.

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738 3 Sep 2014
01:00:00

On the eve of the Nato summit in Wales, we assess Vladimir Putin’s ceasefire. Plus, the latest tech news from IFA in Berlin and we review the day’s Asian front pages.

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737 2 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Detroit’s bankruptcy battle begins in a federal court – we plot the course the case might take. We examine why Brazil’s presidential contenders have so far left foreign policy out of the campaign and ask what a chef should cook for a foreign ambassador.

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736 1 Sep 2014
01:00:00

Libya’s chaos continues as rebel groups cement their hold over Tripoli, we assess what might happen in Lesotho after the flight-into-exile of the prime minister and we ask whether the iWallet is any closer to fruition.

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735 29 Aug 2014
00:56:31

We give you the latest update on the strikes in Argentina, speak to author Rick Perlstein about his new book ‘The Invisible Bridge: The Fall of Nixon and the Rise of Reagan’, and tell you what to do on a Friday Night in New York with our bureau chief Ed Stocker.

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