Tuesday 22 August
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22 August 2017
We get the latest on the ongoing row between Turkey and Germany, hear why Saudi Arabia wants to help rebuild Iraq and assess why Serbia has withdrew diplomats from Macedonia. Plus: The Village Voice ends its print publication and how the biggest corruption investigation in Brazil is being turned into a musical.
22 August 2017
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