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Featuring exclusive interviews, FrancoFiles seeks to take every francophile in the U.S. on a transatlantic rendez-vous with notable French and American guests. Hear experts talk firsthand about their experiences of the collaborations and cultural crossover between two oldest allies. From the pre-revolutionary era to today’s modern tech movement, explore with FrancoFiles the ever-evolving relationship between France and the US. Brought to you by the Embassy of France, support from France-Amér ...
 
The Bright Side is a podcast centered around optimism and contributing to the world in positive ways. The Bright Side provides meaningful conversations about adjusting perspective and reframing negative situations to draw positive lessons from them. Each week, Kaitlynn and her guest will detail their own dark times and light at the end of each tunnel, with complete transparency and authenticity, because when it comes down to it, there is a bright side to every situation.
 
Podcast. Presented by Sonic Embassy™ is a monthly , sound-intensive show that features a wide variety of fascinating topics like Astronomy, Movies, Science, Pop-Culture, Food....yep, so random (and AWESOME) we just call it: Podcast. Get ready for a high-quality, vivid podcast experience from the award-winning producers at Sonic Embassy™. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sonicembassy/support
 
Jerri Williams is a retired FBI agent and author on a mission to show the public who the FBI is and what the FBI does by interviewing retired FBI agents about their most intriguing and high-profiled cases and reviewing how the FBI is portrayed in books, TV, and movies. Photos and links to articles about the cases and topics discussed can be found at https://jerriwilliams.com/
 
Career Foreign Service Officers interview America’s most influential diplomats, capturing the sacrifice, professionalism, humor, heroism, wisdom, and triumph of modern-day American diplomacy. Through personal anecdotes, guests explain what they were trying to achieve with a given foreign policy, how they tried to accomplish those objectives, and where things went right (or wrong). Featuring conversations with America’s greatest foreign policy minds, including Thomas Pickering, John Negropont ...
 
In My Heart is a podcast hosted by Heather Thomson and is about all things from entrepreneurship, to motherhood and marriage, nutrition, fashion, travel, adventure, friendships and above all, it is about sparking the curiosity we all have inside us that can help us explore our passions and live our dreams. It started with the concept of conversations with friends, experts, learning more, encouraging independent thinking, and digging deeper into topics to inspire new perspectives. Each week, ...
 
EU Now takes you beyond the international headlines to focus on a different facet of the European Union. We explore a wide range of topics such as counterterrorism and security, the economy, trade, public health, gender equality, history, culture and more. Tune in for interviews with commissioners, thought leaders, historians, activists, ambassadors, economists, Delegation staff and regular citizens. Each episode, we’ll explore not only the topic at hand, but also how it impacts the EU-US re ...
 
The MP3 version of the longest running DOCTOR WHO podcast centered around the longest running science fiction TV series of all time and its spin-offs, Torchwood, Sarah Jane Adventures, K9. Presented by the Gallifreyan Embassy (celebrating Doctor Who since 1985). Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, Ian Bisset, and Graeme Sheridan with regular reports from our international correspondents. Doctor Who: Podshock features discussions, news, reviews, commentary, and interviews with the cast, cre ...
 
Babel will take you beyond the headlines to discuss what’s really happening in the Middle East and North Africa. It features regional experts who explain what’s going on, provide context on pivotal developments, and highlight trends you may have missed. Jon Alterman, senior vice president, Zbigniew Brzezinski Chair in Global Security and Geostrategy, and director of the Middle East Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies hosts the podcast along with his colleagues from ...
 
Subscribe to 'OTB GAA' for the very best GAA coverage from OTB Sports. Bringing you the insights and stories from the top names in Gaelic Games - from Tommy Walsh to Kieran Donaghy and much more besides. With OTB AM, Off The Ball and our w0rld famous roadshows, we'll be bringing you the yarns, the tales, the fallouts and the analysis right across Hurling and Gaelic Football.
 
A weekly podcast from AlertsUSA, Inc expanding on SMS alerts sent as part of the National Threat and Incident Notification Service for Mobile Devices. Topics covered include terrorism, border security, nuclear and radiological emergencies, civil unrest, embassy warning messages, major public health threats such as epidemics and pandemics and more. Each weekly episode is a fast paced roundup of threats, developments and practical advice directly impacting your safety and security.
 
David Gardner, co-founder of The Motley Fool, is among the most respected and trusted sources on investing. As a best-selling author, hugely successful stock picker, and financial authority, David has led The Motley Fool’s growth into a worldwide investment and financial advisory services company. Each week David shares his insights into today's most innovative and disruptive publicly traded companies -- and how to profit from them by following his signature “Rule Breaker Investing” principles.
 
Vanuit het verleden ben ik geboeid geraakt waarom grote ondernemingen met duizenden patenten en knappe koppen toch in moeilijkheden kwamen. Een rode draad in het verhaal dat leiderschap en het op tijd aanpassen van de verdienmodellen cruciaal zijn om toekomstbestendig te zijn en te blijven. In mijn podcast ga ik op bezoek bij experts om de juiste invalhoeken te zoeken. Wat komt er allemaal bij kijken. Innovatie klinkt mooi, maar meebewegen is toch de credo.
 
Coffee and Books podcast is hosted by Marc Lamont Hill, a noted author, social commentator, professor, and owner of a coffee shop and bookstore in Philadelphia named Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books. In each episode he chats with authors and prominent public figures who share the backstory behind their latest book. An organic conversation that flows naturally from the book at hand, through the writer’s journey, and of course, the author’s own taste in books. The tone is curious and smart, infor ...
 
In Depth Discussions, Interviews and Legal Analysis of Immigration Law and Practice with Professionals in the Field, with Host John Khosravi, Esq. IMPORTANT WARNING: This show is not meant to be legal advice and is informational only. Please contact an attorney in private for more information. This is an Attorney Advertising.
 
Hey, guess what? Scissoring Isn't a Thing—or is it? From discussing identity to dismantling old school stereotypes about the LGBTQ+ community, co-hosts Daryn Carp (Andy Cohen's assistant and host of People's Reality Check) and Liz Culley (digital media executive and podcaster) get some of the most personal and hilarious interviews from your favorite celebs and personalities. Covering pop culture to coming out stories to even celeb crushes, no topic is off limits. Daryn and Liz are entertainm ...
 
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More than 30 college students in South Korea’s capital have shaved their heads in front of the Japanese embassy to show their opposition to Tokyo’s plan to dump more than a million tons of nuclear wastewater into the ocean. On Tuesday, crowds gathered around the Japanese embassy in Seoul to watch college students, both girls and boys, shave their h…
 
Listen to the eighth message of the "Upset the Vows Series" by Tim Ross, live at Embassy City Church. For more information about Embassy City and ways to connect, visit us at embassycity.com or follow us on Instagram @embassyirving. Don't miss the special "Unpacked" episode with Juliette Ross interviewing Tim talking marriage and the content of thi…
 
In a bid to get people vaccinated faster, local authorities in four German states have lifted age restrictions for the AstraZeneca vaccine. On the federal level, it's only being given to older people due to medical concerns. The Covid-19 vaccine from the British-Swedish company has been made available for all age groups over 18 in Bavaria, Berlin, …
 
The German minister of health has said that judicial proceedings against AstraZeneca over its failure to deliver vaccine doses on time is not a priority for his ministry, especially during the pandemic. Speaking on Friday, German Health Minister Jens Spahn dismissed the idea of suing the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical company after the EU said it was…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says neighboring countries will bear the brunt of the problems created by Japan’s decision to dump radioactive wastewater into the ocean, adding that Tokyo should be ready to compensate. Speaking on Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that Tokyo can no longer pretend to be deaf and dumb over the …
 
Budapest is set to reopen most of its public services and venues to those vaccinated once the country hits a 40% inoculation rate, the country’s PM Viktor Orban has said. The milestone is likely to be reached next week. Hungary’s prime minister touted the upcoming reopening of the country’s economy as he spoke to public radio on Friday. The country…
 
China has now administered more than 210 million vaccines to protect its citizens against Covid-19, a figure only surpassed by the US, despite state officials talking about a shortage of shots in some regions. In a daily update published on Friday, the Chinese health authorities announced that 211 million vaccines had been administered across the c…
 
We are joined at the top of the hour by Tristian and Benton from the “Why Here” podcast and then we dive right into the deep end with Bravo TV’s favorite leader, Captain Sandy from “Below Deck.” Captain Sandy tells the girls about growing up in Florida, getting sober at a young age and why she doesn’t take sh*t from anyone!…
 
Dozens of arrests were made following rioting and clashes in downtown Jerusalem, where Jewish and Arab demonstrators squared off with security forces – and reportedly with each other – as police struggled to keep them apart. The Jerusalem District Police kept a heavy presence in the city on Thursday night and into Friday morning amid the violence, …
 
The UK has reported another 55 cases of the ‘double mutant’ Covid-19 variant, first detected in India, while Belgium tracked down its first cases of the strain that scientists fear could be more resistant to vaccines. The latest figure, reported by Public Health England on Thursday, puts the total number of B.1.617 Covid-19 strain cases in the UK t…
 
A new bilateral agreement has been reached between Bahrain and Israel to mutually recognize each other’s Covid-19 vaccine documentation, the countries’ foreign ministries have announced. Under the deal, dubbed the “first of its kind”, travelers from either state who have received a recognized vaccine against Covid-19 will be exempt from quarantine …
 
The three largest producers of Covid-19 vaccines could have funded the entire cost of vaccinating Africa with the money they paid stockholders this year – and vaccine-sharing charity COVAX isn’t bridging the gap, analysis shows. Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca, the three top producers of Covid-19 vaccines, could fund the vaccination of t…
 
France is through the worst part of its third wave of Covid-19 infections, Prime Minister Jean Castex has said, as the country prepares for the easing of health measures designed to curb the spread of the virus. “The health situation is improving in our country … the peak of the third wave seems to be behind us,” Castex told a news briefing on Thur…
 
The European Commission has said it hasn't launched legal action against AstraZeneca after the drugmaker fell short of Covid-19 vaccine delivery targets, despite Ireland's health minister saying a case had been started. "No decision to launch legal actions has been taken at this point in time," a spokesman for the Commission said on Thursday, as ci…
 
Ontario Premier Doug Ford broke down and issued a tearful apology after his province implemented, then relaxed, the strictest coronavirus restrictions in North America. His critics weren’t appeased. The Canadian province of Ontario has had the longest lockdown of any North American territory, with little to show for its efforts except business clos…
 
The shutdown of production at Libya's Hariga port and hints of expanding the suspension is a cause for concern as the oil industry remains essential for the country's recovery from a “very costly” conflict, a UN mission said. Earlier this week, Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) declared force majeure on oil exports from the Mediterranean port of Hari…
 
The Singaporean authorities have moved 1,200 migrant workers from their dormitory to a quarantine facility after coronavirus cases were identified. There were 17 cases found in workers who had previously recovered from the virus. It was reported on Thursday that 17 cases of Covid-19 have been found in migrant workers in Singapore who have previousl…
 
Israel has launched a probe to determine why its air defenses were not able to shoot down a missile that landed in the country near a nuclear reactor, prompting a retaliatory strike from the IDF. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claimed that a long-range SA-5 surface-to-air missile was launched from the direction of Syria toward Israeli fighter jets…
 
A spokesman for the European Commission has said that no decision has been made as to whether the body will pursue legal action against the Anglo-Swedish firm but confirmed reports it won’t purchase any more of its vaccine. Speaking at a press conference on Thursday, a European Commission spokesman said that the EU had decided against taking up an …
 
The Chinese foreign minister said they have not received any reports that their citizens were hurt after a car bomb ripped through a hotel where the ambassador to Pakistan was staying but called on Islamabad to carry out justice. Speaking on Thursday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin confirmed that the Chinese ambassador to Pakistan, Nong Ron…
 
India is enduring a massive Covid-19 wave, having set a new global record in daily infections. The situation is particularity tense in New Delhi, with hospitals running out of space and supplies to tackle the influx of patients. Multiple hospitals in New Delhi have run out of oxygen necessary for critical coronavirus patients’ life support, the cit…
 
Spain’s tourism secretary has spoken of his country’s willingness to welcome British holidaymakers this summer, saying talks were going ahead to reach an agreement on Covid-19 certificates to ease movement and safety. Speaking to Sky News on Thursday, Tourism Secretary Fernando Valdes discussed the possibility of a travel corridor between the UK an…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has slammed Australia’s decision to tear up the Belt and Road agreement signed between China and the state of Victoria, labelling Canberra’s move a “historic reversal” in bilateral relations. Speaking on Thursday, Wang Wenbin, a Foreign Ministry spokesman, told gathered press that Beijing intends to “resolutely and forc…
 
The European Commission is reportedly preparing to launch legal proceedings against AstraZeneca over its failure to deliver the promised volumes of its vaccine against Covid-19, which has hampered the EU immunization campaign. The possible lawsuit against the manufacturer was discussed on Wednesday at a meeting with ambassadors, sources told Reuter…
 
Pfizer has reportedly identified for the first time counterfeit doses of its Covid-19 vaccine, with some selling for as much as $1,000. Thankfully no one appears to have been harmed by the scam jabs. The pharmaceutical giant confirmed through testing that doses of their vaccine seized in Mexico and Poland were fake, the Wall Street Journal reported…
 
India has topped the world’s record for daily coronavirus case tallies, recording more than 300,000 infections over the last 24 hours as the country sees a major spike in its outbreak. Indian health officials reported 314,835 new cases on Thursday, bringing its total infection count over 15.9 million. Another 2,104 deaths were announced in the same…
 
An explosives-laden car detonated outside the posh Serena Hotel in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province in Pakistan, killing four, as a Chinese delegation was staying there. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast. The explosion swept through the hotel parking lot on Wednesday. According to a preliminary investigation, the blast was…
 
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen and a coalition of liberal and conservative parties have agreed to impose tighter controls on citizenship, vowing to deny naturalization to criminal convicts and the recently unemployed. The Ministry of Immigration and Integration Affairs announced on Tuesday that the government had struck a deal with the Ven…
 
Syria’s air defenses responded to an Israeli attack in the Damascus countryside, according to state media. The report comes after a blast near Israel’s nuclear plant, which IDF pinned on a missile launched from Syria. The Israeli strike reportedly targeted a site in al-Dumayr, located some 24 miles (40km) from the Syrian capital, the Syrian Arab Ne…
 
Sirens have pierced the air in Israel’s southern Negev province near the secretive Dimona nuclear facility, with reports of multiple blasts heard far away from the site and anti-missile systems responding. The sirens were heard in Abu Qrenat – a village some 13 miles (21km) northwest of The Shimon Peres Negev Nuclear Research Center in the Negev de…
 
The Bundestag has passed the controversial amendments to the national Infection Protection Act that significantly tightens Covid-19 lockdown restrictions. The bill passed despite harsh criticism from the opposition. The bill introducing new binding lockdown rules for the German states with high infection rates was approved by a narrow majority in t…
 
Thailand has stood by its ongoing use of the Chinese Sinovac Biotech Covid vaccine following six recipients reporting stroke-like symptoms, after an inquiry found no connection between the jab and the illnesses. A government-appointed panel of experts investigated the concerns after six medical personnel who were administered the Chinese-developed …
 
The Covid-19 vaccine developed by Indian pharmaceutical firm Bharat Biotech has been found to be 78% effective in preventing symptoms of Covid-19 and 100% against severe disease in stage three trials, the company said. In a press release on Wednesday, Bharat Biotech published second-round interim results from stage-three trials of the country’s fir…
 
President Emmanuel Macron is preparing to ease existing lockdown restrictions, imposed after France was hit by a third wave of coronavirus, by the start of May if, as health officials expect, cases begin falling. France moved schools to remote learning, closed non-essential shops and prohibited travel beyond 10km from home without justification in …
 
At least 22 people have died at a hospital in India's western Maharashtra state after an oxygen leak caused a serious disruption to patient supplies, the region's health minister has said. Many Indian hospitals are already running short on oxygen supplies as the country battles a dramatic surge in Covid-19 infections, with a record 295,000 new case…
 
Syria has been stripped of most of its rights at the global chemical weapons watchdog for alleged breaches. The OPCW stands accused of suppressing facts reported by its own inspectors in Syria for political purposes. The vote to penalize Syria took place on Wednesday at the conference of the states that are parties to the Organization for the Prohi…
 
An Indonesian submarine has gone missing following a navy drill in the Bali Sea, prompting fears that the vessel has sunk. There are 53 people on board, Indonesia’s military said. National Armed Forces Commander Hadi Tjahjanto told reporters that the KRI Nanggala disappeared 95 km (60 miles) north of Bali. The vessel went missing northwest of the p…
 
Israel’s coronavirus response chief said the country is trying to divert millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine which have already been ordered, claiming the government has enough supply through to 2022. Speaking to Army Radio on Wednesday, Nachman Ash, Israel’s national pandemic coordinator, said the country no longer needed the 10 mi…
 
The Syrian president has put his name forward to run for a fourth term as the country’s leader in an election planned for May 26. The election has been widely criticized by opposition leaders and the US. In a Facebook post on Wednesday, the People’s Assembly of Syria announced that the candidacy application of incumbent President Bashar Assad had b…
 
Demonstrators have gathered in the thousands in the German capital as the nation’s parliament debates whether to give Merkel’s government more power to impose lockdowns on areas with high Covid-19 infections. Protesters, many of them not wearing face masks, descended on Berlin on Wednesday morning to demonstrate their opposition to Chancellor Angel…
 
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