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KBS WORLD Radio News
KBS WORLD Radio News
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News(Top News : The government postpones announcing new social distancing guidelines until Sunday as it monitors a COVID-19 cluster linked to a missionary group.) – 2021.01.29 PM5
Last updated : 2021.01.29 The latest news from home and abroad, with a close eye on Northeast Asia and the Korean Peninsula in particular

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VOA NEWS
VOA News
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VOA – 20210129

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VOA NEWS
VOA News
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VOA – 20210128

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BBC NEWS
BBC News
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BBC – 20210128

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BBC NEWS
BBC News
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BBC – 20210129

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
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AP Headline News – Jan 29 2021 07:00 (EST)

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BBC News
BBC News
24 mins ago
BBC News Friday, 11 AM
The latest news from the BBC

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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
26 mins ago
11:30 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
29 mins ago
The Latest: 01/29/2021 06:27am ET

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The Intelligence
The Intelligence
48 mins ago
Tug of warheads: the nuclear order
Successful arms-control diplomacy has kept proliferation at bay for decades. But many states now have nuclear ambitions; we look at an increasingly worrying shift. Rapid development in sub-Saharan Africa has led to a “double burden” of malnutrition: obesity is skyrocketing even as undernourishment continues. And the riches and the tensions to be found at a Greenland rare-earth-minerals mine. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Economist Radio
Economist Radio
48 mins ago
Tug of warheads: the nuclear order
Successful arms-control diplomacy has kept proliferation at bay for decades. But many states now have nuclear ambitions; we look at an increasingly worrying shift. Rapid development in sub-Saharan Africa has led to a “double burden” of malnutrition: obesity is skyrocketing even as undernourishment continues. And the riches and the tensions to be found at a Greenland rare-earth-minerals mine. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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BBC News
BBC News
48 mins ago
BBC News 11:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
56 mins ago
11:00 GMT
Drop into BBC Minute every half an hour, 24/7, for the biggest news, sport, technology, health, science, social media and business stories; all in 60 seconds

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
56 mins ago
Новости – 29 января, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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NPR News Now
NPR News Now
56 mins ago
NPR News: 01-29-2021 6AM ET
NPR News: 01-29-2021 6AM ET

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The Daily
The Daily
1 hour ago
A Conspiracy Theory Is Proved Wrong
_This episode contains strong language. _ Inauguration Day was supposed to bring vindication for adherents of the pro-Trump conspiracy theory QAnon. Instead, they watched as Joe Biden took the oath as the 46th president of the United States. What happens to a conspiracy theory and its followers when they are proved wrong? Guest: Kevin Roose, a technology columnist for The New York Times. For an exclusive look at how the biggest stories on our show come together, subscribe to our newsletter. You can read the latest edition here. Background reading: * As Mr. Biden took office and Mr. Trump landed in Florida, with no mass arrests in sight, some QAnon believers struggled to harmonize the falsehoods with the inauguration on their TVs. * Valerie Gilbert posts dozens of times a day in support of QAnon. Her story hints at how hard it will be to bring people like her back to reality. * What is QAnon? Here is an explainer on the “big tent conspiracy theory.” For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily

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BBC News
BBC News
1 hour ago
BBC News 10:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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POLITICO's Nerdcast
POLITICO’s Nerdcast
1 hour ago
The page who took down the GOP
In 2006, a young man holding no political office brought down a 180+ years program and reshaped Congress forever. Scott Bland talks to POLITICO magazine reporter Zack Stanton, a former House page who leaked transcripts of sexual messages that former Congressman Mark Foley sent to teen pages… which resulted in his resignation and torpedoed the Republican hold on power for years. Scott Bland is a politics editor at POLITICO. Zack Stanton is an editor at POLITICO magazine.  Annie Rees is a producer for POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is senior producer for POLITICO audio. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio.

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
1 hour ago
Новости – 29 января, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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News
News
1 hour ago
The world news at 10:00 UTC on 01/29/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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NBC News Radio: The Latest
NBC News Radio: The Latest
2 hours ago
The Latest: 01/29/2021 04:27am ET

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Весь эфир
Весь эфир
2 hours ago
Радио Свобода на этой неделе 20 лет назад. Неужели джазу нужны аранжировщики? – 29 января, 2021
Самое интересное из нашего общего прошлого. Незавершенная история. Незажитые раны. Все еще живые надежды. Могла ли Россия пойти другим путем? Радио Свобода на этой неделе 20 лет назад. Архивный проект. Иван Толстой выбирает из нашего эфира по-прежнему актуальное и оказавшееся вечным.

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Short Wave
Short Wave
2 hours ago
FACT SMACK: Spider Edition
With the help of spider scientist Sebastian Echeverri, Maddie presents the case for why spiders are the best and coolest animal. Spoiler alert: some travel thousands of kilometers by “ballooning,” while others live part time underwater. Are you a scientist who thinks Sebastian is wrong and that the animal you study is superior? Let us know! You can email us at shortwave@npr.org. We’d love to hear the case for your critter.

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News
News
2 hours ago
The world news at 09:00 UTC on 01/29/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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FT News Briefing
FT News Briefing
6 hours ago
EU vaccine shortage, Reddit traders challenge establishment, North Korea defector
The EU’s Covid-19 vaccination plan is nearing a crisis point after several regions suspended inoculations over the shortage of jabs, and amateur day traders are challenging the financial establishment. Plus, the FT’s Seoul correspondent, Ed White, tells us how a North Korean defector is exposing the effect that sanctions are having on Kim Jong Un’s regime” Shortfall in jabs pushes EU vaccine drive to crisis point https://www.ft.com/content/1b2afe60-b5e6-456d-98e0-313fe664d0b9 Occupy Wall Street spirit returns as traders upset the elites https://www.ft.com/content/bcfb2252-f752-4177-a860-07dc66b0b9e8 North Korea defection exposes pressure on NK Diplomates  https://www.ft.com/content/7330790c-9630-44a5-9fa7-b446aa94e872   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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International Edition
International Edition
8 hours ago
International Edition

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Anderson Cooper 360
Anderson Cooper 360
9 hours ago
Pelosi to GOP leadership on response to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene: “What could they be thinking?”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed Republican leadership on their failure to rebuke Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene over her past comments. Greene repeatedly indicated support for executing prominent Democratic politicians, including Pelosi, in 2018 and 2019 before being elected to Congress. The House Speaker is also criticizing Greene’s placement on the House Education and Labor Committee after comments surfaced that showed her agreeing with people who said the 2018 Parkland school shooting was a “false flag” operation. Democratic Congresswoman Haley Stevens is a member of that committee and has called for Greene’s removal. She tells Anderson Cooper these types of antics have no place in their committee. Plus, South Carolina has detected the first U.S. cases of the Covid-19 strain first seen in South Africa. Scientists are concerned about this strain because it seems to be more transmissible. Dr. Leana Wen is the former Baltimore Health Commissioner, an emergency room physician and is a CNN Medical Analyst. She joins AC360 to discuss her concerns about the new variant.   Airdate: January 28, 2021   Guests: Rep. Haley Stevens Dr. Leana Wen To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
9 hours ago
AP Headline News – Jan 28 2021 22:00 (EST)

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PBS NewsHour - Full Show
PBS NewsHour – Full Show
11 hours ago
January 28, 2021 – PBS NewsHour full episode
Thursday on the NewsHour, the Biden administration makes changes to the availability of health care including reopening the insurance marketplace in response to the pandemic. Also, we examine evolving recommendations on masks, social distancing and ventilation for avoiding exposure to the coronavirus, and a shortage of people who want to work in skilled trades gets worse by the day. PBS NewsHour is supported by – https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

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Today, Explained
Today, Explained
11 hours ago
GameStock
Vox’s Emily Stewart explains how GameStop’s stock jumped by 1,700 percent this month. Bloomberg’s Matt Levine ponders the purpose of the stock market. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

28 min

Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
11 hours ago
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Updated around the clock, Reuters TV taps into a network of 2,500 journalists reporting from 200 locations worldwide. Straight from the source and made to fit your day.

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Global News
Global News
12 hours ago
Amacare
President Joe Biden says he is “undoing the damage” done by Donald Trump, as he reopens online enrolment for government-subsidised healthcare. Also, the European Union has sent inspectors to an AstraZeneca plant to find out why Covid-19 vaccine goals are not being met. And Facebook’s new oversight board hands down its first decision.

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Global News Podcast
Global News Podcast
12 hours ago
Biden starts rebuilding Obamacare
President Joe Biden says he is “undoing the damage” done by Donald Trump, as he reopens online enrolment for government-subsidised healthcare. Also, the European Union has sent inspectors to an AstraZeneca plant to find out why Covid-19 vaccine goals are not being met. And Facebook’s new oversight board hands down its first decision.

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WSJ What’s News
WSJ What’s News
13 hours ago
Brokerages Curb GameStop Trades; Reddit Investors Respond With Fury
P.M. Edition for Jan. 28: Online brokerages including Robinhood restricted trading in hot stocks including GameStop and AMC, sending their share prices lower. That had traders on Reddit’s WallStreetBets seeing red, and they aren’t the only ones questioning the moves. Markets reporter Akane Otani joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss the latest twists. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Post Reports
Post Reports
13 hours ago
Gaming Wall Street
How ordinary investors, spurred on by a Reddit message board, took on the big Wall Street funds and sent GameStop share prices soaring. Plus, how President Biden is using the pandemic to try to expand access to health coverage.    Read more: Business reporter Hamza Shaban explains what you need to know about GameStop’s stock price chaos.  On Thursday, President Biden signed two executive actions, one of which was designed to expand access to health insurance through the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid. Health-care policy reporter Amy Goldstein on how the action is a direct response to the pandemic.  If you value the journalism you hear in this podcast, please subscribe to The Washington Post! We have a deal just for podcast listeners — two years of unlimited access to everything The Post publishes for just $59 total. That comes out to about $2.46 per month. To sign up, go to washingtonpost.com/subscribe

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Newshour
Newshour
13 hours ago
EU ‘should consider’ legal action in AstraZeneca vaccine row
The head of the European Council, Charles Michel, says the EU will make use of all legal means to enforce agreements with pharmaceutical companies for the delivery of coronavirus vaccines. The EU has clashed with AstraZeneca over reductions in supply of its vaccine. A senior member of the European Parliament tells Newshour the EU is planning to introduce measures to ensure transparency, but it will not ban vaccine exports. Also in the programme: Russia’s main opposition figure, Alexei Navalny, is refused his appeal to be released from prison; and are we seeing a revolution on Wall Street as small investors take on powerful hedge funds? (Image: A vial and syringe are seen in front of a displayed AstraZeneca logo. Credit: Reuters/Dado Ruvic)

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Consider This from NPR
Consider This from NPR
13 hours ago
How Trumpism Led To An Ideological War Over Voice Of America
In its very first broadcast, the U.S.-government-run service called Voice of America pledged honesty. “The news may be good and it may be bad. We shall tell you the truth.” The idea was to model a free press, especially for audiences in places that might not have one. Places where political parties and governments might pressure or intimidate journalists. But over the past seven months, Voice of America and its federal parent organization, U.S. Agency for Global Media, have been caught in an ideological war. Employees say agency CEO Michael Pack, an appointee of former President Donald Trump, obsessed over staff loyalty and embraced conspiracy theories. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik talked to more than 60 current and former staffers. He’s put together a comprehensive picture of Pack’s radical tenure. In participating regions, you’ll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what’s going on in your community. Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

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CNN Breaking News Alert
CNN Breaking News Alert
14 hours ago
Jim Jordan won’t run for Ohio US Senate seat in 2022
Rep. Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican and a fierce Trump defender, won’t run for the US Senate next year to fill the seat of the retiring GOP Sen. Rob Portman, according to a spokesperson for his congressional campaign. Jordan will instead run for reelection for his US House seat, the spokesperson said. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

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The NPR Politics Podcast
The NPR Politics Podcast
14 hours ago
Interview: Tired Of Gridlock, GOP Sen. Rob Portman Won’t Seek Reelection
Republican Rob Portman of Ohio talks with NPR’s Susan Davis about his retirement from the Senate, the Republican party after Trump, as well as the former president’s impeachment trial. Portman says he thought President Biden’s inaugural address struck the right tone, but the president’s legislative strategy on his COVID-19 relief proposal has burned some goodwill with Republicans. Connect: Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here. Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org. Join the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group. Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout. Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter. Find and support your local public radio station. This episode was produced by Barton Girdwood, Lexie Schapitl, and Chloee Weiner.

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US Politics
US Politics
14 hours ago
Black LIves Matter Activists Voice Cautious Optimism About Biden Presidency
2020 saw a wave of protests in the U.S. denouncing police brutality and demanding social justice during the final year of the Trump administration. Esha Sarai spoke with activists, protesters and organizers across the country about the future of the movement with a Democrat in the White House.Producer: Esha Sarai. Cameras: Natasha Mozgovaya, Esha Sarai.

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The Journal.
The Journal.
14 hours ago
Why Biden Killed the Keystone XL Pipeline
President Biden revoked the permit for the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline on his first day in office. But as a candidate early in the presidential race, the pipeline wasn’t a priority. WSJ’s Tim Puko explains how the pipeline became a symbol and day-one agenda item for the Biden White House.

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News and Music - Audio Review
News and Music – Audio Review
15 hours ago
3:33 PM 1/28/2021 – Mink farms in China could be the cradle of Covid-19
3:33 PM 1/28/2021 – Mink farms in China could be the cradle of Covid-19 – https://michaelnovakhov-sharednewslinks.com/mounting-evidence-suggests-mink-farms-in-china-could-be-the-cradle-of-covid-19-22020/ – https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/2021/01/355-pm-1282021-mounting-evidence.html – It seems increasingly plausible that Covid-19 originated in fur farms, especially mink, as our investigation shows. At the end of December 2020, Reporterre revealed that the strains responsible for the two epidemic waves that engulfed Europe emerged nearby to a number of large mink farms. Reporterre continued its investigation in China. On 8 January, Science published an article stressing the need to study the link between Covid and mink farms. –

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Весь эфир
Весь эфир
17 hours ago
Человек имеет право Live. Насилие на митингах. Образование как преступление – 28 января, 2021
Чем власти оправдывают полицейское насилие на протестных акциях. Что не так с законом о просветительской деятельности.

55 min

Economist Radio
Economist Radio
19 hours ago
The Economist Asks: What happened in Wuhan?
A year ago the Chinese city of 11 million people cut itself off to contain the spread of a deadly virus. Hao Wu, the director of “76 Days” a documentary about the Wuhan lockdown, talks to Anne McElvoy about the first casualties, life under quarantine and the personal impact of covid-19. Why did Hao Wu avoid politics in the film and why has he been trolled for making it?  Also The Economist’s Beijing bureau chief, and Chaguan columnist David Rennie, on how Chinese people’s view of democracy has been eroded by the virus. Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer And read more of our coronavirus coverage here   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

28 min

Global News
Global News
20 hours ago
Germany warns Europe’s vaccine shortage could last months
The shortage of Covid-19 vaccines in the European Union is being felt across the continent. Also: China tells the US not to interfere with a WHO investigation into the origins of the virus, and Alexei Navalny denounces his detention as illegal after a judge turns down his appeal for release.

33 min

Global News Podcast
Global News Podcast
20 hours ago
Germany warns Europe’s vaccine shortage could last months
The shortage of Covid-19 vaccines in the European Union is being felt across the continent. Also: China tells the US not to interfere with a WHO investigation into the origins of the virus, and Alexei Navalny denounces his detention as illegal after a judge turns down his appeal for release.

31 min

Newshour
Newshour
20 hours ago
Russia: Court rejects Alexei Navalny’s appeal
Russian anti-Putin campaigner Alexei Navalny has denounced his detention as “blatantly illegal” in an appeal hearing via video link. We get the latest from our correspondent in Moscow. An interview with US climate envoy John Kerry, who says a UN climate summit in the UK this November is “the last best chance” to avert the worst environmental consequences for the world. And we discuss whether China’s relief at the new US presidency means it’s onwards and upwards for Beijing’s campaign for global economic dominance. (Photo: Alexei Navalny says the latest case against him was fabricated. Credit: Reuters)

49 min

TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
22 hours ago
Biden’s First Three Steps to Getting COVID-19 Vaccines to Every American
Less than a week after taking office, President Joe Biden announced three major steps to improve the country’s vaccination plans, and his Administration’s COVID-19 response team held its first press briefing. On Jan. 26, the President outlined the first three steps his team will take as part of a National Action Strategy for responding to the pandemic. First, the Administration will increase minimum weekly shipments of vaccines to states to 10 million doses, from the current 8.

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TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
22 hours ago
The WHO Team in Wuhan Departs Quarantine for Its Study Into the Origins of COVID-19
WUHAN, China — A World Health Organization team has emerged from quarantine in the Chinese city of Wuhan to start field work in a fact-finding mission on the origins of the virus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic. The researchers, who were required to complete 14 days in quarantine after arriving in China, could be seen leaving their hotel and boarding a bus on Thursday afternoon. It wasn’t immediately clear where they were headed.

2 min

World News Roundup
World News Roundup
22 hours ago
World News Roundup: 01/28
Members of Congress demand security change New virus strains spread to more states. California mudslides. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today’s World News Roundup.

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