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World Report

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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. We'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now, updated multiple times each morning. 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 weeke ...
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World Hockey Report

Cody Janzen

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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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About 200 aid trucks, including four fuel trucks, are expected to enter Gaza on Sunday through the Kerem Shalom border crossing. Former President Trump faces booing at Libertarian Party convention, revealing divided support among attendees. Rescue efforts race against time in Papua New Guinea as massive landslide buries remote villages, leaving hun…
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Eli Lilly announced investing another $5.3 billion in a manufacturing plant in Lebanon, Indiana. It will help company to expand the supply of its highly popular weight loss drug Zepbound, diabetes treatment Mounjaro and other medicines in its pipeline. How will it affect the local economy? Devina Gupta finds out why electricity prices are gone up i…
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Unknown Soldier from Royal Newfoundland Regiment killed in the First World War is repatriated from northern France. International Development Minister tells CBC Radio's The House he hopes an ICJ ruling will stop Israel's incursion into Rafah and discusses recognizing Palestinian statehood. G7 finance ministers are meeting to discuss potentially giv…
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We take a look at the Ukrainian economy as G7 leaders meet to discuss how to finance the recovery of the war-torn nation. Elsewhere, Rahul Tandon explores the key issues at stake ahead of South Africa's election next week, and looks at the new deal that could lead to U.S college athletes finally getting paid.…
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The International Court of Justice in The Hague ordered Israel to stop its military actions in Rafah, grant UN investigators access to Gaza, and release hostages held by Hamas. IDF finds more Gaza hostage bodies, totaling six victims from Hamas attack on October 7th. 23 US Senators call on Canada to boost defence spending and meet NATO target.…
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US regulators have sued Live Nation, accusing the entertainment giant of using illegal tactics to maintain a monopoly over the live music industry. The lawsuit from the Department of Justice said the firm's practices had kept out competitors, and led to higher ticket prices and worse service for customers. Also, Devina Gupta finds out how Russian p…
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Germany's post-Covid recovery has not gone as planned, according to a damning new report by the country's commerce chamber. Elsewhere, Roger Hearing looks at news reports that the US is planning to sue Ticketmaster-owner Live Nation over anti-competitive practices. And we look inside the first state visit by an African leader to the US in over 15 y…
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Canada asks Israel to grant 304 Palestinians permission to leave Gaza, as part of federal temporary relocation program. The United States Department of Justice has filed a sweeping lawsuit against the owner of Ticketmaster. Bark Air, the airline for bougie dogs starts flights today in the United States.…
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UK's Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has defended his political and economic record in the wake of some relatively positive inflation numbers. So, is this the right moment for a General Election? Find out how Brazil's farmers are adapting to climate change. While Ugandan farmers are adapting to elephants trespassing from South Sudan.…
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UK inflation hit its lowest in 3 years, but was still hotter than analysts expected. In this special episode, we record live from a Manchester food hall to talk to businesses and their customers about the price changes they're seeing.they're seeing. We also speak to experts about what this means for central bank rate cuts, and how the UK is faring …
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Haiti prepares for imminent arrival of multinational police force led by Kenya. Canadian naval officers get a look at the German vessel that's the template for new Canadian supply ships. A self-proclaimed Prince, several former soldiers, and a judge facing charges of terrorism and treason in Germany.…
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As EU countries adopt a plan to use profits from frozen Russian assets for Ukraine defences and rebuilding, Ed Butler, looks at how the scheme might work and whether the idea risks undermining the rule of law.Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson is taking legal advice after a new version of the AI bot, Chat GPT, was released with a voice she claims…
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growing speculation over who will eventually replace President Raisi begins as Iran enters 5 days of mourning. Plus, could Saudi Arabia’s largest aviation deal signal a snub to Boeing? Also, the ship that destroyed the bridge in Baltimore back in March is finally on the move. And we have a special look at the economies of Latin America with our rep…
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Taiwan's newly inaugurated president William Lai has called on China to stop threatening the island and accept the existence of its democracy. But Taiwan’s relationship with China is not the only thing that William Lai has to tackle. there are a number of economic challenges ahead of him like rising property prices and encouraging young Taiwanese p…
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The International Criminal Court's chief prosecutor seeking arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defence Minister Yoav Gallant, and 3 Hamas leaders. Michael Cohen, is back on the stand at former U.S. President Donald Trump's hush money criminal case. A public inquiry found Britain's NHS knowingly exposed tens of thousands …
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On episode 564, Dan and Holly Austin share their families Spring Break trip to Disney World. Featuring: Large family 4 young ones stay at Lake Buena Vista Resort and Spa off site Arrival – Gideons rope drop, Geiser Point, Hoop De Doo ‘Ohana, Easter at Grand Floridian, Grand Floridian Cafe AK – Wilderness Explorers, Tusker House Met up with Pat and …
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Shareholders of plane maker Boeing approved a pay package of nearly $33 million for outgoing CEO Dave Calhoun - the highest ever agreed by the company - at its AGM on Friday. Mr Calhoun was also re-elected to stay on the troubled company’s board. Cubans are enduring some of their bleakest economic times since the Cold War – amid worsening inflation…
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China's real estate industry is facing major financial problems, leaving many empty or half-finished unused buildings. One of China’s largest real-estate companies, Country Garden of the verge of liquidation. Also, Roger Hearing finds out what's happening with businesses in New Caledonia. And we hear how the economic growth in India affecting peopl…
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Two months after a container ship crash saw the collapse of a road bridge in Baltimore, killing six workers, Rahul Tandon speaks to the Executive Director of the Baltimore International Seafarers’ Centre about why staff on the ship are still stuck aboard. As the Dow Jones hits a record high we look at how a strong stock market is helping some to re…
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Chines leader Xi Jinping has been rolling out the red carpet for the Russian President Vladimir Putin during his two days visit. A Large portion of the meeting focused around the two countries' trade relationship. What do these two huge economies want from each other? Also, in the programme, Sam Fenwick looks at Kenya where the government announced…
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