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Wake up to what's going on in Canada and the world. Each morning, we'll give you a 10-minute dose of the biggest news stories happening now. 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 weekends. Start your day wit ...
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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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Moderna has halted plans to build a Covid-19 plant in Kenya alleging the demand after the pandemic has fallen dramatically. Rahul Tandon explores the different challenges that keep Africa missing out on investments to develop vaccines and the consequence this has on the population. And shareholders of United States Steel will vote on a planned take…
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As the European Central Bank holds interest rates steady at a record high of 4%, Vivienne Nunis asks whether the EU is ahead of the US in the race to reduce interest rates. We examine the economic relationship between Japan and the United States - as the Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida addresses the US Congress. Plus in another Japan-US relat…
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Property tycoon Truong My Lan has been found guilty of embezzling from one of the country's largest banks for 11 years, and given a rare death sentence. We get the latest from our correspondent. And as the political crisis deepens in Myanmar, we hear the latest report from the United Nations which says the middle classes in the nation are at risk o…
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Consumer prices in the US rose faster than expected last month. The CPI measure of inflation rose 3.5% over the 12 months to March, up from 3.2% in February, the US Labor Department said. How will the new law restricting abortion in Arizona affect the state’s clinics? Plus UK Paralympic legend Baroness Tanni-Grey Thompson tells us what she makes of…
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Commodities - the raw materials that power business around the globe - are surging in price. And that suggests investors betting on a prolonged expansion—and a potential rebound in inflation. The S&P GSCI, which tracks commodity prices has advanced 12% this year. Copper and oil have gained more than 10% and 17%, respectively. Gold is also posting f…
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The world's largest chip maker, TSMC - The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, has announced it will take advantage of generous US subsidies to build cutting-edge tech in Arizona. The Biden administration has committed more than six billion dollars in subsidies and five billion in possible loans to support the plan. Also, in the programme, …
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As U.S Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen, wraps up her four-day visit to Beijing, Rahul Tandon looks at what the trip could mean for future relations between the U.S and China. Tens of thousands of people in the gaming industry sector have lost their jobs in the last few months. Reporter Izzy Greenfield explains what’s going on. And as North America…
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On episode 557, I chat with author Susan Veness about her 2nd edition release of her book Disney World Hacks. Featuring: Susan and husband are traveling the country in an RV Her history with Disney World How she got started writing books about WDW Hidden secrets WDW Lingo How to beat the crowds Tips you may never have thought of Questions from our …
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The United States and Israel are on high alert as they brace for Iran to retaliate in response to an Israeli attack on its consulate in Damascus which killed 7 IRGC members. At least six people killed, 11 injured after Russian strikes hit the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv. The deputy prime minister says Canada has no plans to increase its military spen…
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A rare earthquake that struck New York City has swayed landmarks and cracked roads. Roger Hearing has been speaking to a stockbroker who describes the moment of impact. We also hear from the co-director of the Global Resilience Institute Dr Daniel Aldrich about whether New York is prepared to withstand a quake of a larger magnitude. Also on the pro…
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McDonald's has announced its buying restaurants back, and bringing them in house - after the former franchise owner gave free meals to Israeli soldiers. That decision sparked a McDonald's boycott in many other countries across the world. We find out what happens when global brands and global politics collide.…
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US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen stresses the importance of maintaining trade relationships and dialogue between the nations, as she spoke to reporters in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou. China accuses the West of feeling threatened by their cheaper exports to developing economies, but Yellen stands by her assessment that China is saturati…
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On episode 557, I reflect on the last 10 years of rides, attractions, food and podcasting with my friends and fellow podcasters Toni-Ann Zarcone and Dave Jongeward from the Disney Crush podcast. We review what I miss and what’s been added to the parks for rides, attractions, food and restaurants over the last 10 years of podcasting about Disney Wor…
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We look at what the effects of chip suspension mean for Asia's semiconductor supply chain. Plus, Roger Hearing speaks to the executive vice president of Taiwan Residential Earthquake Insurance Fund to highlight the estimated cost of damage so far. Also, Zimbabwean president declares state of disaster due to drought And finally, Disney secures its h…
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