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Newsmakers explores the people behind the headlines. Get to know more about Taiwan's - and the world's - most prominent figures. Tune in to this short feature as we present the background and stories behind these newsworthy personalities.
 
Where all news is local, and no topic is off-limits. Join us every week for a unique podcast that explores the most important stories of all: the ones right in your neighbourhood. A rundown of the best local journalism—big and small—from Village Media newsrooms across Ontario.
 
The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
 
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In the latest episode of Inside the Village, the guys sit down with Noah Irvine, a soon-to-be 23-year-old who, after the deaths of his mom and dad, spent years fighting for improvements to the way Canada’s health-care system deals with mental illness and addictions. He has written letters — lots of them — to politicians of all stripes in the hopes …
 
A recent report alleges that some of the world's best-loved fashion brands are engaging in "unfair practices". Cheap fashion relies on cheap labour, which in turn, is affecting up to 12 million people in Bangladesh. Is there enough awareness among consumers about the exploitation of workers?Guests:Fiona GoochSenior Policy Adviser at Transform Trade…
 
This week on Newsmakers: Providence Police Col. Hugh Clements. After more than 37 years at the Providence police department – 12 as chief – Clements is moving on. He was hired by the U.S. Department of Justice to head their COPS program, that encourages community policing at departments across the country. Clements reflects on his years on the job,…
 
As Asia’s richest man Adani is awarded the project to redevelop Mumbai’s biggest slum Dharavi, some say the project could be a scam. Dharavi is set for a 2.4 billion dollar re-development. But the Indian conglomerate is accused of fraud and residents say they haven't been consulted. So is the project dead in the water before it's even begun?Guests:…
 
The European Union has been shaken up by a corruption scandal. Senior MEPs are alleged to have taken cash from foreign countries, and in return, they’re accused of peddling influence on behalf of their donors. As a result, four people are under arrest, others are under investigation, and the impact could be far-reaching. Guests: Peter WildingFormer…
 
On this episode of Inside the Village, the unthinkable happens: Frisco and Scott’s guest had to cancel at the last minute. But the show must go on. Thankfully, there was still lots to talk about: A record-setting fentanyl bust in Sault Ste. Marie. An Orillia man asking to die by assisted suicide — not because of a physical ailment, but because he f…
 
Europe, millions of people are heading into the streets to voice their discontent as workers demand higher pay and better working conditions. Inflation is rising, and living standards are falling across the continent. What impact will the strikes have on European economies?Guests:John HowarthDirector at Politics Without Borders Think TankAnne-Elisa…
 
Thousands of people have once again taken to the streets in Tunisia protesting the current leadership. It coincides with the 12th anniversary of the Jasmine revolution. With a struggling economy, increased isolation from the west and continued political instability, we discuss what has changed in the past 12 years. Guests: Radwan MasmoudiMember of …
 
China could be on track to build a naval base in Argentina, a step that could change the balance of power in the region. As reports of the latest move emerge, we'll ask if a still-enforced 1980s UK arms embargo has pushed Argentina toward the east.Guests:Lawrence WilkersonRetired United States Army ColonelAfzal AshrafInternational Security Speciali…
 
Burning of Quran by Swedish far right politician draws condemnation by Muslim countries and raises question why Swedish government is allowing fueling of hatred. Guests: Ahammed HussainSpokesperson for The Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK Farid HafezLecturer and Researcher at the University of Salzburg Ajmal MasroorImam and Broadcaster…
 
This week on Newsmakers: Congressman Seth Magaziner. After a tumultuous start to the 118th Congress, Magaziner is settling into the new job, but has a lot on the horizon including the pending debt ceiling crisis. Magaziner also discusses the war in Ukraine, the classified documents scandal, his goals for the year, and more.…
 
Facing a demographic crisis, Japan is incentivising people to leave Tokyo, offering a Million yen to move out. But are they offering enough to push young families into crumbling rural prefectures?Guests:Shihoko GotoDeputy Director of Asia Program at the Wilson CenterSusanne KlienAssociate Professor at Hokkaido UniversityHanako MontgomeryReporter fo…
 
U-S Supreme Court says it hasn't determined yet who leaked a draft of the court’s opinion overturning Roe...a group of religious leaders who support abortion file lawsuit challenging Missouri’s abortion law...and persecution of Christians continues to increase world wide.بقلم CRISTA Media
 
Western firms are facilitating the production of Myanmar's junta weapons, as a recent high-level report says companies from at least 13 countries are sending parts used for producing arms. Those weapons are then being used to commit human rights atrocities. While the military continues its oppression, the Rohingya community's exodus continues. For …
 
David Foster examines how a once world-famous English fishing port is wrestling with its own identity, as it reinvents itself as a destination for cutting-edge renewable energy.When news breaks, the media descends and social media fires up. But what happens when the spotlight moves on? Or the world just doesn’t care? Beyond Borders reveals the unto…
 
In recent weeks, sophisticated computer hackers have infiltrated some high-profile targets, including Scouts Canada, the LCBO, and even SickKids Hospital. In Sault Ste. Marie, a ransomware attack forced the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board to send kids home early for the Christmas holidays. Why are cyberattacks on the rise? What steps …
 
Pakistan's opposition party, led by former prime minister Imran Khan has dissolved its provincial government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab province, putting pressure on the Sharif government. Will this see the country hold early elections?Guests:Saleem MandviwallaPakistan Peoples Party SenatorFawad ChaudhrySenior Member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Ins…
 
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