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VOA NEWS
VOA News
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VOA – 20210210

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VOA News
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VOA – 20210209

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BBC NEWS
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BBC – 20210209

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BBC NEWS
BBC News
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BBC – 20210210

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Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
Reuters Now 5-minute briefing(audiosafe-stream-us)
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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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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
13 mins ago
AP Headline News – Feb 10 2021 08:00 (EST)

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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
27 mins ago
12:30 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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TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
31 mins ago
George Shultz Showed U.S. Foreign Policy Is Strongest When We Combine Realism and Human Rights
Realism in foreign policy reflects a messy, dangerous world where too little can be distilled into clear-cut moral absolutes, and thus national interest takes precedence over universal values. Nevertheless, a world ravaged by war, migration, refugee flows, and a demand for dignity across ethnic, religious, and racial lines requires a morally sustainable foreign policy rooted in idealism. Yet realism and idealism can work together.

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Morning Edition
Morning Edition
37 mins ago
Chicago Considers Ways To Limit Juveniles Involved In Carjackings
Carjackings have increased by huge numbers in several cities and many of the suspects are juveniles. Communities are grappling with enforcing the law while also embracing rehabilitation.

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Morning Edition
Morning Edition
42 mins ago
After Graphic Video Started 1st Day, Trump Trial Enters 2nd Day
Emotional stories, graphic videos and animated arguments echoed in the Senate chamber on Tuesday as the constitutionality of former President Trump’s impeachment trial was debated.

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BBC News
BBC News
46 mins ago
BBC News Wednesday, 12 PM
The latest news from the BBC

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BBC News
BBC News
49 mins ago
BBC News 12:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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USA Radio News
USA Radio News
51 mins ago
USA Radio News 021021 Hour 07

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
51 mins ago
2021/02/10 12:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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CTV News Flash Briefing
CTV News Flash Briefing
53 mins ago
CTV News Flash Briefing
Updated throughout the day, this Flash Briefing from CTV News brings you the latest breaking news and headlines from Canada and around the world.

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
56 mins ago
Attorney-at-paw? Filter makes lawyer look like cat in court

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Últimas noticias de CNN en Español
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español
56 mins ago
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español 02/10/21 7am
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español 02/10/21 7am    Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

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History Extra podcast
History Extra podcast
57 mins ago
How slavery fuelled the British empire
Padraic X Scanlan discusses his book Slave Empire: How Slavery Built modern Britain, which examines how slavery fuelled the British empire and explores the complicated, often contradictory, motivations of abolitionists.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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NPR News Now
NPR News Now
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NPR News: 02-10-2021 7AM ET
NPR News: 02-10-2021 7AM ET

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
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Новости – 10 февраля, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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BBC Minute
BBC Minute
57 mins ago
12:00 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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TIME's Top Stories
TIME’s Top Stories
1 hour ago
Cuba Is Opening Up Its Economy. But Don’t Call It a Shift to Capitalism Just Yet
Under pressure from the economic impact of COVID-19 and U.S. sanctions, Cuba scrapped a ban on most private businesses on Saturday, the latest in a flurry of long-awaited reforms to its Communist system triggered by the government in recent weeks, and a sign that the state’s grip on the economy is loosening.

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Headline News from The Associated Press
Headline News from The Associated Press
1 hour ago
AP Headline News – Feb 10 2021 07:00 (EST)

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CNBC
CNBC
1 hour ago
CNBC
Market and business news updates from CNBC

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Nightline
Nightline
1 hour ago
Full Episode: Friday, February 09, 2021
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WSJ This Morning
WSJ This Morning
1 hour ago
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 10, 2021
Senate votes to proceed with Trump impeachment trial, 1 dead, 4 injured in Allina Health clinic shooting, and 7-year-old with cerebral palsy crawls to his family’s rescue.

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Подкасты пользователя Радио "Эхо Москвы"
Подкасты пользователя Радио “Эхо Москвы”
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Гараж : Транспортная стратегия (1048)
Ведущие: Сергей Асланян

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Подкасты пользователя Радио "Эхо Москвы"
Подкасты пользователя Радио “Эхо Москвы”
1 hour ago
Гараж : Транспортная стратегия
Ведущие: Сергей Асланян

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Bloomberg Daybreak
Bloomberg Daybreak
1 hour ago
Bloomberg Daybreak: February 10, 2021 – Hour 1 (Radio)
Bloomberg Daybreak with Karen Moskow and Nathan Hager. GUESTS: Gregory R Valliere “Greg” Chief US Policy Strategist AGF Investments Inc on impeachment trial John Fitzpatrick Bloomberg Journalist Bloomberg Industry Group Bloomberg Government Reporter Jack Fitzpatrick joins to talk D.C. politics

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Audio News Reviews with Michael Novakhov
Audio News Reviews with Michael Novakhov
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6:01 AM 2/10/2021 – Podcasts Review – Latest episodes
6:01 AM 2/10/2021 – Podcasts Review – Latest episodes https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/2021/02/601-am-2102021-podcasts-review-latest.html The News And Times Information Network – Blogs By Michael Novakhov – https://thenewsandtimes.blogspot.com/

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USA Radio News
USA Radio News
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USA Radio News 021021 Hour 06

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BBC Hourly News Bulletin
BBC Hourly News Bulletin
1 hour ago
2021/02/10 11:00 GMT
The latest five minute news bulletin from BBC World Service.

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Últimas noticias de CNN en Español
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español
1 hour ago
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español 02/10/21 6am
Últimas noticias de CNN en Español 02/10/21 6am    Para conocer sobre cómo CNN protege la privacidad de su audiencia, visite CNN.com/privacidad

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Audio Stories from The Associated Press
Audio Stories from The Associated Press
1 hour ago
Taxing time: How the pandemic will affect filing your taxes

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Al Jazeera News Updates
Al Jazeera News Updates
1 hour ago
US Senate votes to allow Trump impeachment trial to proceed, protesters back on Myanmar’s streets

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News
News
1 hour ago
The world news at 11:00 UTC on 02/10/2021
Up-to-the-minute news from around the world

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WSJ What’s News
WSJ What’s News
1 hour ago
Proceedings Move Forward in Trump Impeachment Trial
A.M. Edition for Feb. 10. Democrats will begin presenting their case in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. The WSJ’s Jing Yang looks at investment in China amid new regulatory challenges. Plus, diamond prices glimmer again. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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5 Things
5 Things
1 hour ago
Incentives to get vaccinated
Business reporter Nathan Bomey tells us how some companies are giving workers incentives. Plus, Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Caren Bohen updates on impeachment, COVID-19 variants are on the rise, investigations continue after a Minnesota shooting and a Zoom filter turns a lawyer into a cat. (Audio: Associated Press)

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What's News
What’s News
1 hour ago
Proceedings Move Forward in Trump Impeachment Trial
A.M. Edition for Feb. 10. Democrats will begin presenting their case in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. The WSJ’s Jing Yang looks at investment in China amid new regulatory challenges. Plus, diamond prices glimmer again. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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WSJ Minute Briefing
WSJ Minute Briefing
1 hour ago
Democrats to Make Their Case in Trump Impeachment Trial Today
SoftBank to invest $900 million in California gene-sequencing company Pacific Biosciences. Salesforce prepares for most employees to work remotely after the pandemic. Keith Collins hosts.

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El Washington Post
El Washington Post
1 hour ago
La OMS en Wuhan. Más iniciativa privada en Cuba. Los defensores de DD. HH. en Colombia
Sobre el informe de la OMS hablamos con Zigor Aldama, corresponsal por 21 años en China. De los cambios en Cuba, con Lorena Cantó de Efe y Ricardo Torres de la Universidad de La Habana. Y con Juan Papier acerca de Colombia

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CBC News: World Report
CBC News: World Report
1 hour ago
CBC News: World Report for 2021/02/10 at 07:00 EDT
CBC News: World Report for 2021/02/10 at 07:00 EDT

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Аудионовости
Аудионовости
1 hour ago
Новости – 10 февраля, 2021
Новости Радио Свобода: точность, оперативность, беспристрастность

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Up First
Up First
1 hour ago
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
On the first day of former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial, the Senate voted that the trial of a former president is constitutional, setting up days of arguments from House managers and Trump’s defense team. Also, the U.S. military will pause normal operations to examine the problem of domestic extremism within the military ranks. And, Twitter is testing a new pilot program to try and get the spread of misinformation on the platform under control.

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FRANCE 24 English – In the press
FRANCE 24 English – In the press
2 hours ago
‘I’m not a cat’: Video of lawyer accidentally using kitten filter is an ‘instant classic’
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, February 10, 2021: Many papers in France are unimpressed by the government’s new climate bill, which L’Humanité sees as a lobby-induced “melting” of Emmanuel Macron’s environmental ambitions. We also look at the resignation of the head of elite French university Sciences Po in the wake of a prominent incest case, as well as claims that “woke American ideas” are a threat to French society. Plus, a Texas lawyer got stuck using a kitten filter during a Zoom hearing and it’s the funniest video you’ll see all day.

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Что Нового
Что Нового
2 hours ago
Герцогство распила. Как тысяча богатых россиян прятала активы в Люксембурге
8 февраля журналисты «Важных историй» опубликовали материал, в котором описали, как получили доступ к документам с данными о реальных собственниках компаний, зарегистрированных в Люксембурге. Провели расследование и нашли там много интересного: например, среди владельцев фирм больше тысячи россиян, в том числе топ-менеджеров РЖД и «Газпрома» В свежем выпуске подкаста «Что нового?» редактор дата-отдела «Новой газеты» Андрей Заякин берёт интервью у журналиста портала «Важные истории» Романа Шлейнова. Как данные об отмывании денег стали открытыми? Какие именно люди из государственных компаний прятали свои активы в Люксембурге? Слушайте на всех платформах для подкастов.

25 min

Economist Radio
Economist Radio
2 hours ago
Like hell out of a bat: SARS-CoV-2’s origin
The World Health Organisation unveiled preliminary findings, suggesting the coronavirus probably jumped to humans via an intermediary animal and all but ruling out a laboratory leak. We examine the many remaining questions. Nefarious regimes find it ever easier to reach across borders, subjecting dissidents to repression and surveillance abroad. And why it’s so hard to buy a car in Algeria.  For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer “The Jab from Economist Radio” is our new weekly podcast at the sharp end of the global vaccination race. Listen to the trailer and subscribe now   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

21 min

The Intelligence
The Intelligence
2 hours ago
Like hell out of a bat: SARS-CoV-2’s origin
The World Health Organisation unveiled preliminary findings, suggesting the coronavirus probably jumped to humans via an intermediary animal and all but ruling out a laboratory leak. We examine the many remaining questions. Nefarious regimes find it ever easier to reach across borders, subjecting dissidents to repression and surveillance abroad. And why it’s so hard to buy a car in Algeria.  For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer “The Jab from Economist Radio” is our new weekly podcast at the sharp end of the global vaccination race. Listen to the trailer and subscribe now   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

21 min

The Daily
The Daily
2 hours ago
What Will It Take to Reopen Schools?
Almost a year into the pandemic and the American education system remains severely disrupted. About half of children across the United States are not in school. The Biden administration has set a clear goal for restarting in-person instruction: reopening K-8 schools within 100 days of his inauguration. Is that ambitious target possible? Guest: Dana Goldstein, a national education correspondent 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: * A slow vaccine rollout and local fights between districts and unions could make it harder for President Biden to fulfill his promise to reopen schools quickly. * In cities and suburbs where schools are closed, teachers’ unions are often saying: not yet. One powerful union leader is trying to change that. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.

31 min

The New York Times Briefing
The New York Times Briefing
2 hours ago
Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Published at 6:00 AM Eastern Standard Time

2 min

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