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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. Each morning, we'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now. Our CBC News reporters will tell you about the political actors trying to make change, the movements catching fire, and the cultural moments going viral. Hosted by Marcia Young Monday through Thursday and John Northcott Friday through Sunday. We have new episodes seven days a week, dropping by 6 am ET on weekdays, 7 am ET on weekends. Start your day wit ...
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So you want real hockey talk? World Hockey Report is the place for you as Cody, Tyler and Pete are breaking everything down in the hockey world while talking to the biggest names in the game on WHR. Find us on Twitter: @worldhockeyrpt @JannerOnPxP
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Your World Reporter

Pierfrancesco Loreto

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Go beyond the headlines and find out more about news stories from all over the globe. Hosted in London by multilingual journalist Pierfrancesco Loreto. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/yourworldreporter/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/yourworldreporter/ Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/worldreporter Join us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and all other podcast directories.
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The World Soccer Report

Robert DeLay

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I cover all soccer from all over the world! I am from the Tampa Bay Florida area, so I also cover the Tampa Bay Rowdies! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/robert-delay/support
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The Polish Agriculture Minister, Czeslaw Siekierski, tells World Business Report that Ukraine will be compensated for the grain destroyed by farmers during protests. Fuel prices in Cuba rise by five times after the government reduces subsidies amid a severe economic crisis. We get the latest from Havana. And Elon Musk is suing Open AI and its Chief…
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Tributes from home and abroad are coming in for Brian Mulroney. The former prime minister died yesterday at the age of 84. Iranians are voting today in parliamentary elections. This is the first test of public opinion after a spike in anti-government protests. The late Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is being laid to rest in Moscow today, …
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On episode 549, my friend Wendy Fox reviews my 10 nights at Coronado Grand Destino Tower and the Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort including questions from our Geekin’ family. Featuring: Resorts Coronado Tower – 2 nights Caribbean Beach – 8 nights Sitdowns Topolino Ale & Compass breakfast Boathouse Quick Service Satuli Canteen Regal Eagle (2) Mexican…
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South Korea is dealing with another day of a doctors' strike. Most junior doctors there have so far defied a government order to return to work by the end of Thursday, despite the threat of legal action. About eighty percent of junior doctors walked out last week in protest against a decision to sharply increase the number of medical school places.…
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President Joe Biden says he worries these vehicles might gather data on US citizens and infrastructure and send it to China. How will this affect the already strained US-China relations? We find out. India’s GDP grew by more than 8% in the final three months of 2023, beating all forecasts by economists. We look into the impact this can have in this…
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Federal Health Minister Mark Holland has tabled the bill paving the way for national pharmacare. More than 1-hundred Palestinians have reportedly been killed while waiting for aid deliveries in Gaza City. The fate of Quebec's controversial secularism law could be determined today.
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US aviation regulators have given Boeing 90 days to come up with a plan to fix safety problems, this comes after a door panel blew off the 737 Max aircraft last month. Sam Fenwick will be hearing what the regulators are recommending. We look at if the merger of Disney and Reliance could create a media powerhouse big enough to rival Netflix and othe…
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Economic incentives fail to boost population in the nation with the lowest fertility rate in the world. We find out why more South Koreans are deciding not to have children. Country Garden, the largest private property developer in China, is facing a winding-up petition filed in Hong Kong by a creditor. We look into the details. And Apple has repor…
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Yulia Navalnaya tells the EU Parliment Russian President Vladimir Putin should be held accountable for her husband's death. Manitoba judge gives animal welfare advocates the green light to privately prosecute a live horse exporter sending animals to Japan for slaughter. Tens of thousands of Democrats in Michigan pull their support from Joe Biden in…
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As the people of Michigan head to the polls to choose their candidates for the up-coming US election. Sam Fenwick will be looking at what drivers the states economy. We get the latest on why Nigeria is experiencing the worst economic crisis in a generation as inflation continues to soar. And the Geneva Motor Show is now taking place in the Swiss to…
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Trade unions begin two days of protests across the country against president Bola Tinubu's economic reforms. We find out what is happening in Africa's largest economy. Japan's population declined by nearly one million people last year, as the ageing of society gathers pace. We look into the factors that are fuelling this population crisis. And as t…
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Canada is preparing to welcome thousands of people fleeing the war in Sudan. New data obtained by CBC News shows the country’s sudden growth in international students is driven by a handful of public institutions, not private ones. Survivors of a Doukhobor residential school in British Columbia will get an official apology in the provincial legisla…
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As farmer protests in Europe continue, Polish farmers have directed their anger towards Ukraine. Around 160 tons of Ukrainian grain have been destroyed in Poland. Farmers there say that they face unfair competition from Kiev. Sam Fenwick will be hearing how the financial loss is small compared with what it symbolises. Despite a heavy loss in the So…
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European farmers complain about what they say is unfair competition from outside the EU and demand action against red tape and low prices. We look at what EU leaders can do to appease the demonstrators. The Irish airline Ryanair warns it will have to raise prices due to aircraft shortages caused by delays on Boeing deliveries. We get the latest. An…
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A new bill will be introduced in the House of Commons today, aimed to make the internet safer for young people. The U-S Supreme Court will make a pivotal decision about what Americans can see and share on social media. The United Nation's top court wraps up its final day of hearings, considering the legality of Israel's occupation of the Palestinia…
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On episode 551, Susan Cox shares her Disney World trip including Caribbean Beach Resort, Hoop De Doo, Wild Africa Trek and her top 5 trip tips. Featuring: Susan, Mom and Maura Booked Carribean Beach with Margita Resort: Primo Priato Art of Animation, Yorkshire Fish Shop, Brown Derby lounge Space 220, Banana Cabana attacked by birds Trattoria Al For…
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Israel’s war cabinet has approved staying in negotiations over Gaza, with reports that a draft agreement is on the table. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Poland as part of commemorations marking 2 years since Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Donald Trump wins the South Carolina Republican presidential primary.…
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has signed a new security pact with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley is expected to be defeated by Donald Trump in today's presidential primary in her home state. Chronic violence may lead the federal government to cancel the 2024 baby eel fishing season on the east co…
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Chipmaker Nvidia has lifted its earnings to new record levels. Does this suggest a wider boom amongst companies in this sector? The US and the European Union have each announced new sanctions on Russia on the second year anniversary of the conflict with Ukraine. We examine whether they making a difference. AND Germany becomes the latest country to …
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The United States has imposed fresh sanctions on Russia on the eve of the second anniversary of the invasion of Ukraine. So what impact will they have? And how are Ukraine's people and its economy faring two years on? Devina Gupta talks to Irina, a Ukrainian businesswoman who started a new life in the UK. And she hears from an Ukrainian chicken pro…
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Nvidia shares are on the up, after an extraordinary set of earnings results. Revenues surged 265% in the three months to 28 January. We examine the reasons behind the chipmakers success. Research from the US reveals roughly half of college graduates end up in jobs where their degrees aren’t needed. The study tracked the career paths of more than 10…
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A ruling from the Alabama Supreme Court that frozen embryos are considered children, and that a person could be held liable for accidentally destroying them, has opened up a new front in the US battle over reproductive medicine. We hear how it could affect Alabama’s fertility clinics. Also, in the programme, we will hear about about the company dri…
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