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Tom podcast today and a reminder that you're listening to Outlook from the BBC with me Manuela saragosa that you might have heard the name Cecile Kinga in the news this week she's an opthamologist who became Italy's first black cabinet minister without a member of the European Parliament in 2013 the far right Italian MEP Mario borghezio made repeated racist slurs against her and accused her of taking away a job from an Italian doctor well earlier this week he was ordered to pay the equivalent of €55,000 dollars.in compensation to say but as you're here she's no stranger to racism and her journey from her birth place in the Democratic Republic of Congo to the top of Italian politics is a remarkable one Matthew Bannister spoke to say seal in 2014 and after.
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Monday, May 15, 2017 - Battle for the Republic : Trump faces a rash of new leaks after eliminating FBI head James Comey, and a major hack attack compromises numerous systems worldwide. Also, Ann Coulter worries Trump supporters may have been duped. On today's show, Trump insider Roger Stone breaks down rumors of an impending shake-up in Trump's cabinet. And journalist Mike Cernovich details why patriots will be happy with what Trump is about to do. We'll also take your calls during this global broadcast.
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Friday, May 12, 2017 - Trump Warns Comey About Leaking To Press - President Trump tweeted at former FBI Director Comey, warning there might be a recording of their conversation about whether or not Trump was under investigation. Dr. Steve Pieczenik will join today's broadcast to give an insider's take on Trump's firing of Comey. Co-founder of the first Christian video game site on the internet, Tony Martin, will share how his company is revolutionizing the world of gaming. We will also take your calls on this worldwide transmission. Tune in!
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Sunday, May 21 - Trump in Saudi Arabia: President Trump stops in Saudi Arabia to give a speech on cooperation in the fight against terrorism during his diplomacy tour across the region. We discuss the militant anti-Trump Antifa riots planned for July, the latest on North Korea following Sunday's new medium-range missile test and Steven Colbert's new propaganda piece against Alex Jones. We'll also take your calls on today's worldwide transmission. Tune in!
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Friday, May 19, 2017 - Trump On Diplomacy Tour: President Trump is protecting American interests as he takes a 15,600 mile diplomacy tour across the Middle East. Best- selling author David Horowitz joins the broadcast to share his take on the increasingly hostile tension between the left and right in the U.S. and Dr. Steve Pieczenik discusses the deep state coup against Trump. We'll take your calls on this worldwide transmission. Tune in!
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The Gables views on the elections and poetry and literature and a quick reminder that if you want to listen back to any of this program all previous Editions you can go to a website where you can also download the podcast the headlines so far on the world tonight Theresa Mays been accused of a U-turn after an ounce in that reforms to Social Care funding in England will include a cap on the amount elderly people will have to pay and president Trump's former security chief Michael Flynn will plead the fifth amendment to avoid incriminating himself during the hearing centre possible links with the.
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website where you can also download a Podcast deadline so funny on the world tonight reports from the USA that Donald Trump told Russian officials that firing the FBI director James comey took the pressure off in as president and the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says that he has won an important victory after Swedish prosecutors dropped a rape investigation against in Sabah Sabah Haber say hi my name is Hassan it's been a long day for officials overseeing today's presidential election in Iran.
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Enlarge In the run-up to the UK's June 8 general election, Ars Technica UK and Wired UK are going to be discussing the big issues at the intersection of technology and politics with a weekly podcast called UpVote. There are iTunes and direct download links available below. The political blame game over the NHS ransomware attack has already started. But should the NHS, Microsoft, or the NSA take responsibility? And what can we do to stop this sort of thing happening again? Your browser does not support the audio element. Click here to listen UpVote, episode 4. Hosted by Kelly Fiveash and Rowland Manthorpe. Download the raw MP3 file , add to iTunes , or subscribe to the RSS feed . To find out, we met up with two leading infosec experts: Hatem Naguib, senior vice president of security at Barracuda, and Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee/Intel, who’s also a member of the advisory group on Internet security at the Europol CyberCrime Centre. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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newspaper that you work for but not all employers are understanding of people who confessed to them that they gone through what you've gone through did you find it easy to talk to them and that they been understanding all the way through an amazing and we really kind of committed to talking about mental health we now have a full of a separate website which says resources and the podcast mad world that I do and they sort of let me write every week about mental health I could do it every Ella Wills carry on doing it because I use a view. I'm bored and I was lucky you I would love to be bored by mental health there are lots of people out there is anything for it to be boring you bang the drum for them would start of us should be hearing from Prince Harry and you mentioned earlier today have been something of a backlash do you think that they will take heed of a message like that or do you think they will continue to talk openly about.