Tuesday 7 September
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7 September 2021
We discuss US secretary of state Antony Blinken’s campaign to create a united front to deal with the crisis in Afghanistan. Plus, a look at the G20 health ministers’ meeting in Rome and the biggest announcements at Milan’s Salone del Mobile fair.
7 September 2021
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