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  • David Starkey: the elite is guilty of treason
    News & Politics

    Historian and broadcaster David Starkey speaks to Brendan O’Neill about the ‘lying, deceiving shits’ in the establishment.

  • UNcomplicated: A UN News podcast
    United Nations News

    UN insider Sinduja Srinivasan and UN outsider Jason DeWall, host this new podcast from the UN News team, which aims to explain, engage and inspire. They head inside UN Headquarters and the General Assembly Hall, where the whole world meets to solve problems together, and promote a brighter future for all. Audio credit: Sinduja Srinivasan, Jason DeWall. Music credits: The Veil, by the band Signal and Report, written by Chris Hall and Noah Miller; along with their track, Abbey Minor.

  • Sala de Redação - 19/09/2019
  • News in Brief - 19 September 2019 - Maternity health, Afghanistan and food assistance
    United Nations News
    News & Politics

    This is the News in Brief from the United Nations, with the following stories for Thursday, 19 September, 2019: - Despite progress in childbirth safety, one woman or baby dies every 11 seconds - ‘Disproportionate and indiscriminate Taliban attack’ - Dozens of countries need food assistance Audio credit: Liz Scaffidi, UN News Photo: A new born baby at Karenga Health Centre IV in the Karamoja region in Uganda. © UNICEF/Zahara Abdul

  • News in Brief - 18 September 2019 - UN and Red Cross, Boko Haram in Cameroon, Mediterranean diet
    United Nations News
    News & Politics

    This is the News in Brief from the United Nations, with the following stories for Wednesday, 18 September, 2019. -UN and Red Cross chiefs unite for call to end use of explosive weapons in cities -Cameroon stresses commitment to tackle Boko Haram (#HRC42) -Mediterranean diet ‘must be protected and promoted’ for global well-being, says UN food agency Audio Credit: Daniel Johnson, UN News/Geneva Photo Credit: IOM/Moad Laswed

  • Fulfilled Prophecy Inspires Great Hope
    Trumpet Daily Radio Show
    News & Politics

    Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on September 18, 2019. Visit: [01:20] God’s Work in Review (15 minutes) From coast to coast, God’s Personal Appearance Campaigns have made a major impact across America this summer. God is reaching out with His truth to the largest audience possible, and His work is bountifully growing. [16:41] This Present Evil World (35 minutes) In Galatians 1:3-4, God refers to this age of man as this “present evil world.” In this segment, we connect events in this world with God’s fall holy days and prove that there is hope in God’s master plan.

  • Roni - Inter 1 x 2 Athlético-PR - 18/09/2019
  • Fred Hutton speaks with Keith Sullivan and Ryan Cleary
  • CLIP - UN Secretary-General speaking to the press - UNGA - 18 September 2019
    United Nations News
    News & Politics

    United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres briefs reporters at UN Headquarters in New York, ahead of the high-level week of the 74th UN General-Assembly session. Photo Credit: UN Spokesperson/Twitter

  • Коротко о Главном. 2019 - 09 - 18
    News & Politics
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  • Лидер, лишивший страну будущего
    Радио Свобода

    Бывший посол США в России Майкл Макфол – о 20-летии Владимира Путина и о личности российского президента. Был ли взлет Владимира Путина к вершинам власти результатом случая? Была ли стратегия "перезагрузки" ошибкой? Переигрывает ли Путин западных противников?

  • Ministère de la santé: "Le dialogue n’est pas rompu entre les partenaires et nous" (Claudine Lougué)
    Radio Oméga

    "Le dialogue n’est pas rompu entre les partenaires et nous, mais en ce qui concerne la mise en œuvre du protocole d’accord nous nous sommes arrêtés à un point ou il faut attendre l’adoption des statuts particuliers", a indiqué la ministre de la santé Pr Claudine Lougué. Elle est l’invité de la rédaction. Interrogé par Ousmane Paré, le ministre de la santé fait le point de la crise qui secoue son ministère depuis maintenant quelques mois.

  • #548 TIME FOR BLACKFACE... | Gavin McInnes Guests | Louder with Crowder
    Louder With Crowder

    Talking all things transwomen cervical cancer, India farting contests, Trudeau's blackface controversy, and how the left is cannibalizing its own! Joined by Gavin McInnes!

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  • Iran’s Strike on Saudi Oil Production and Netanyahu’s Earthshaking Announcement
    Trumpet Daily Radio Show
    News & Politics

    Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on September 16, 2019. Visit: [03:37] Iran Attacks Saudi Oil Production (12 minutes) With just one drone attack on Saudi Arabia on Saturday, Iran lowered the boom on 5 percent of the world’s oil supply. Energy markets are on edge. What is the prophetic significance of this attack? [15:17] Elections in Israel (10 minutes) Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that if he is reelected, Israel would declare sovereignty over Judea and Samaria—and with full support of the Trump administration. In this segment, we review Caroline Glick’s response to Netanyahu’s statement. [25:51] The Temporary Resurgence (10 minutes) What are we to make of the bold actions taken by the leaders of Israel, Britain and the United States? God gives us penetrating insight in 2 Kings 14. [35:06] Student Feedback (12 minutes) In this segment, Herbert W. Armstrong College students explain how they were impacted by the Chicago Personal Appearance Campaign. [47:10] Fruits From the 2017 Chicago PAC ( 7 minutes) In this segment, we share comments from those who are now attending the PCG as a result of my father’s 2017 Chicago PAC.

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  • Атака на Saudi Aramco и другие темы. 2019 - 09 - 16
    News & Politics
  • News in Brief - 20 September 2019 - Libya, xenophobia in South Africa, food insecurity in Yemen
    United Nations News
    News & Politics

    This is the News in Brief from the United Nations, with the following stories for Friday, 20 September, 2019: - Migrant shooting in Libya, ‘irrefutable’ proof it’s not safe, say agencies - Refugee safety a priority amid rising xenophobic attacks in South Africa - In Yemen, record 12.4 million food-insecure people receive food assistance Audio: Daniel Johnson, UN News - Geneva Photo: Zimbabwean men settle down for the night inside a church in central Johannesburg. The church provides shelter to Zimbabwean refugees. (file) © UNHCR/James Oatway

  • Fruits Meet for Repentance
    Trumpet Daily Radio Show
    News & Politics

    Listen to the Trumpet Daily radio program that aired on September 20, 2019. Visit: [01:06] Update on Israeli Elections (8 minutes) In the face of strong resistance, can Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu form a coalition and remain prime minister? Also, why is there so much animosity in Israel toward the man who has led the nation through its greatest period of strength and prosperity? [09:00] A Whistleblower in the White House (10 minutes) The mainstream media released reports of a whistleblower in the White House who filed a complaint over a "troubling promise" that President Donald Trump supposedly made. With no facts or evidence, the mainstream media is going haywire over this latest “revelation.” [18:18] Blinded by Climate Change (9 minutes) While the world continues to protest climate change, it remains hopeless and blind to the real problems gripping the world. In contrast, God’s way brings real hope and vision to this hopeless world. [27:44] Godly Sorrow and the Fruits of Repentance (26 minutes) In this segment, we continue our Bible study from yesterday on godly sorrow and the fruits of true repentance.