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A forensic, fast-paced and sometimes irreverent take on the news that you won't find elsewhere. Using a unique ten-screen studio, we'll break down the news through analysing the data, the facts, the videos and the digital noise.​
 
The Newsmakers is TRT World’s flagship current affairs programme, featuring in-depth reports and interviews with the drivers of the biggest stories of the week. Hosted by award-winning journalist Imran Garda, we go to the heart of every issue, offering unfiltered debates, context and commentary that disrupt conventional perspectives on international affairs. We generate discussion, drive the news agenda and demand accountability from people in power. The Newsmakers is an honest and relevant ...
 
Your mind is your best performance tool. Train Your Mind is the podcast that teaches endurance athletes how to train their minds like they train their bodies. Certified Life Coach and Mindset Expert, Vanessa Faye Foerster went from middle of the pack finisher to Kona qualifier in one year and now teaches athletes how to build radical self confidence to achieve their next level performance. To learn more, head over to www.vanessafayefoerster.com. Follow me on Instagram: @vanessafayefoerster
 
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The Israeli military has come under increased criticism for abusing facial recognition technology. The country’s security forces have been accused of mass surveillance of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank. The revelation came to the fore after former Israeli soldiers exposed how Israel maintains a large database of Palestinians for the purpose…
 
In less than a year, Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. But a country of just three million and with stadiums only a few kilometers apart from each other, the challenges of ensuring a smooth execution are many, such as the security of fans, athletes and workers. To help the tiny gulf state, Turkey will send a police contingent to help with se…
 
The True Importance of Controlling emotions. Value of pull-ups. Balancing Your Life. How to deal with Self Doubt Managing the hierarchy. Working in an environment filled with slackers... again. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exclusive-contentBy Jocko DEFCOR Network
 
For the past three weeks or so, a top Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai appeared to be missing. Many people speculated that she’d been picked up by the Chinese authorities for accusing a top politician of sexually assaulting her. Everyone was deeply worried, including fellow players Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. The global outcry …
 
South Korea's central bank is leading the way for monetary authorities around the world in fighting inflation. It's raised interest rates despite concerns that higher borrowing costs may stifle a fragile economic recovery. The Bank of Korea raised its benchmark rate by 25 basis points to 1 percent. It's the second hike in as many meetings, and Gove…
 
India has become the latest nation to reject cryptocurrencies, despite a thriving domestic market in the trading of assets like bitcoin and ether. The government says the movement of blockchain assets is too hard to track, making them prone to use for illegal purposes. Instead, New Delhi is pushing for the adoption of an official digital currency, …
 
Health authorities in the US say the drug use crisis is getting worse. Mental health issues caused by pandemic lockdowns have led to an increase in prescription drug overdoses. The opioid crisis was declared a public health emergency in 2017. But despite this increased awareness and federal funding, more Americans are losing their lives. Motheo Kho…
 
On this episode of Showcase;Karahantepe: Findings at Ancient Village Challenges Mainstream History 00:02Necmi Karul, Site Director at Karahan Tepe 00:46Awake Not Sleeping's Modern Fairy Tales 09:28The World of Banksy 12:18Movie Almanac: The Sheik 15:47Shortcuts 18:49Adele's '30' 20:26The Art of Abdulrasaq Babalola 21:43Virtual Fashion Inspired by '…
 
Kalina Maleska has been writing novels, short stories, and plays for more than 25 years. She mostly writes for adults. But her focus shifted to kids when she realized that women were misrepresented in fairy tales. Esra Durust has more. The Awake Not Sleeping collection consists of 28 stories from across Europe and Central Asia. To find out more: ht…
 
The US is tapping its emergency reserves of oil as pressure mounts on the White House to address rising inflation in the world's largest economy. The unprecedented move is being co-ordinated with other major crude consumers struggling to cope with higher commodity prices. Washington has called on international oil cartel OPEC and its allies to rais…
 
In this Episode of Barbell Shrugged: How Tim knew he was on an unhealthy path with his health How did he know it was time to make changes Why was the Diesel Dad Mentorship the program of choice What changes have made the most impact in the mentorship What are future goals after losing the weight Connect with our guests: Anders Varner on Instagram D…
 
Video conferencing platform Zoom was one of the biggest winners of the past year and a half, with users around the world relying on its services throughout COVID-19 lockdowns. But as restrictions have started to ease, shares have fallen 28 percent since the beginning of the year. And the company says growth in the coming months will continue to slo…
 
The UK is famed for its classic car sector. But with more people trying to lower their carbon footprints, owners of gas-guzzling vintage vehicles are also looking for ways to stay green. And as Matt Gooderick reports, there's a revolution going on, with start-ups converting cars from petrol-power to clean energy.#Lunaz #ElectricCars #ElectricClassi…
 
As global energy prices surge higher, Turkey is stepping up efforts to improve its energy security. Speaking at the Turkey Energy Summit in Antalya, Energy Minister Fatih Donmez said the construction of a pipeline to deliver natural gas discovered in the Black Sea will begin next year and a fourth vessel will join the country's offshore drilling fl…
 
Video conferencing platform Zoom was one of the biggest winners of the past year and a half, with users around the world relying on its services throughout lockdowns. But with restrictions easing, investors are starting to sour on the platform. Zoom shares have fallen by more than a quarter since the start of the year. And the company says growth i…
 
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohamed bin Zayed are set to meet for the first time in almost a decade. The last time they met, the Middle East and North Africa were different places. Even last year, tensions were at their worst, but now relations are improving. Could trade and investments be the opening fo…
 
Hindi Zahra is famous for blending jazz and ethnic music and interpreting them for a grand stage appearance. One of those concerts took place in Istanbul where she performed at the International Folk Music Festival. Elif Bereketli caught up with her in the lobby of the Germir Palas. She told us why in this stage of her career, she is in a happy pla…
 
Indian digital payments provider Paytm got off to a shaky start with its debut on the Bombay Stock Exchange.Shares finished their first day of trading down 27 percent, as investors worried about the company's ability to earn profits. Despite these jitters, it's India's biggest stock market listing to date and could help Paytm expand into a global p…
 
Policymakers in most rich nations are starting to pull back on stimulus measures that helped their economies survive the coronavirus pandemic. Japan is an outlier. It's announced a historic package of handouts to individuals and businesses. That's on top of the 770-billion dollars in support the government has spent since the pandemic began. Prime …
 
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced he'll scrap three controversial agriculture reform laws. The surprise decision comes after a year of massive protests by farmers' unions outside the capital. Demonstrators say the legislation stripped small farmers of protection against big corporations in a country where the livelihoods of two-thir…
 
The migrant crisis on the border of Poland and Belarus is showing no signs of easing, where thousands of asylum seekers are trapped. Facing harsh weather conditions and border police, every day is becoming a struggle. Tensions have been simmering for weeks but the standoff has now turned into a political crisis with Polish and Belarusian officials …
 
200 years ago in 1821, thousands of Turks and Ottoman Jews were massacred at Tripolitsa – situated along modern day Greece's southern coast – as Greek militias fought the Ottoman Empire for independence. By the time the attacks ceased, the total Turkish and Jewish population in the region was exterminated. The memory of the massacre has left deep w…
 
Jocko got shadow-banned. My job has a culture of doing the bare minimum. How to know if someone is only in it for the paycheck, or really wants to be part of the team. Best ways to respond to orders as a new guy. How to deal with a drug addict in the family. Tips to control emotions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exc…
 
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