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Memories and stories of Partition in 1947 and the legacy Partition leaves with us today. Also on the programme; the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, announces plans for a second lockdown in England; and we’ll hear about the blue moon that can be seen across the world tonight. Lively and in-depth discussions of city news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts, and more. Audio diaries of women who are working in the world's most war-torn areas, All available episodes A nationwide overnight curfew was brought in in Spain. North County Public Radio - NPR for the Adirondack North Country, NCPR's Bonnie North Talks with BBC Newshour's Razia Iqbal, Find our complete coverage of Election 2020 in the North Country, Bonnie North (Director of Audience, Programs and Outreach), Cuomo, AG James say federal vaccine plan leaves out communities of color, More than a dozen races in play in NY State Senate, Audio Postcard: A socially distanced Halloween in Canton, NY, Here's where to cast your early ballot in person in every North Country county, Pandemic means changes to Remembrance Day plans in Canada. Reviews of the week's new movies, interviews with filmmakers, and discussion. France, Spain, the UK, the Netherlands and Russia accounted for the majority of cases which increased by a third. BBC Newshour is the award-winning flagship program of the BBC World Service. Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events. Credit: Jim Watson/ Saul... Sports, music, news and podcasts. Also, UK Labour Party suspends its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, over reaction to anti-Semitism report.

Also in the programme: the United States says Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed a third ceasefire in the conflict over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh. Donald Trump will hold rallies in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida on Sunday and Mr Biden will campaign in Pennsylvania. The program originates from London, providing the latest news and interviews … BBC's most experienced correspondents bring you compelling interviews on every subject. Breaking news, sport, TV, radio and a whole lot more. (Photo: A woman wearing a face mask with the word "vote" at a campaign drive-in for Joe Biden. Credit: Reuters). Also in the programme: Typhoon Goni hammers the Philippines as the strongest typhoon so far this year in the country; and seven pro-democracy politicians are arrested in Hong Kong for taking part in a protest inside the... Rescuers in the Turkish city of Izmir are continuing to pull survivors from the rubble of collapsed buildings, after an earthquake on Friday brought down a number of apartment blocks. Also, Australia says it has raised "grossly disturbing" reports with Qatar that women were strip-searched and examined before a flight from Doha to Sydney. The French interior minister says France is at war with Islamist ideology, A 21 year old Tunisian man is being investigated on suspicion of killing 3 people in Nice. Also on the programme; a look at allegations that some people in Texas are still facing unfair hurdles; and more on the computer software than can detect the virus because of the way you cough. Oct 19, 2020 — Bonnie North NCPR's Bonnie North Talks with BBC Newshour's Razia Iqbal. France 'terrorist' attack: three stabbed to death Three people have been killed in an attack in Nice, France. Your contributions power KPCC. Well, tell us why you did that. Also on the programme; a look at allegations that some people in Texas are still facing unfair hurdles; and more on the computer software than can detect the virus because of the way you cough. Also on the programme: we hear from Kabul following a United Nations warning that the terrorist organisation Al Qaeda remains embedded within the Taliban; and China's five year plan and what it means for the future of Xi Jinping. No matter where you are or what device you use to listen to KPCC, we've got you covered. Value this story? Sony Award winning global news and current affairs program from the BBC. After A Bitter Election, Can Americans Find A Way To Heal Their Divides? KPCC's coverage is a Southern California resource provided by member-supported public radio. We hear from both sides of the frontline; and the people of Chile vote in a referendum on rewriting their country’s constitution (Photo:... Tens of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Belarus for the eleventh consecutive Sunday - calling on President Lukashenko to resign. Donate; Search; On Point. Philippines artificial beach 'bad for environment', C&H Garments - a Chinese factory in Ethiopia, Programmes, video and clips from across the BBC, Clips, highlights and reports: China, the Party and the People, Inside The Philippines’ Deadly War On Drugs, Former addicts, police officers and bereaved families share their stories. Also in the programme: The people of Chile are to vote in a referendum on whether to rewrite their country’s constitution and Dr Anthony Fauci, the top US infectious disease specialist has contradicted President Trump's assertion that the country has turned a corner on the coronavirus pandemic. The number of people who are known to have died in Friday's earthquake in western Turkey has risen to sixty- nine. (Picture: Rescue operations in Izmir, Credit: EPA), Rescue teams in the Turkish port city of Izmir are hunting through the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors of Friday's powerful earthquake. The agreement on a permanent ceasefire between military leaders from Libya's government, and those from opposition forces led by General Khalifa Haftar, was brokered by the UN. wbur. Also on the programme; A new study says coronavirus immunity weakens over time; and, with one week to go before the US election, a look at the state of Wisconsin, where the rate of COVID-19 cases have risen... New restrictions have come into force in several European countries, as infections surge in many parts of the continent. Also, the heads of Facebook, Twitter and Google have defended free speech before American senators... With the number of COVID-19 cases rising sharply across Europe,German Chancellor Angela Merkel is urging state leaders to adopt partial lockdown measures next week. On the last weekend of campaigning both presidential candidates focus on the swing states which could decide next Tuesday election. On October 1st, NCPR began airing BBC Newshour, the BBC's flagship news program.

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Each edition lasts one hour. France's national anti-terror prosecutors have opened a murder inquiry. (Picture: Rescue operations in Izmir, Credit: EPA), Rescue teams in the Turkish port city of Izmir are hunting through the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors of Friday's powerful earthquake. BBC World Service Online, Americas and the Caribbean, Europe and the Middle East, News Internet & UK DAB/Freeview only 05/11/2020 21:06 GMT Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events. Also in the programme: France steps up security at home and abroad after Nice knife attack; and the latest on the US election. It's reported that he arrived in Europe only last month, landing on the Italian island of Lampedusa. Donate. Credit: Reuters), A former Sudanese prime minister, Sadiq El Mahdi, says the US-brokered agreement between Sudan and Israel could help ignite a new war in the Middle East and jeopardize the authority of the transitional government. Demonstrations have been taking place in Milan, Naples and other Italian cities against the imposition of new coronavirus restrictions. Donald Trump will hold rallies in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida on Sunday and Mr Biden will campaign in Pennsylvania. (Photo: A woman reacts next to debris during rescue operations after an earthquake struck the Aegean Sea, in the coastal province of Izmir. As further restrictions are introduced in France, President Macron says he expects the country to be fighting the virus until at least next summer. Turkey earthquake: Search efforts continue for third day, US Election 2020: Biden and Trump in last weekend dash round swing states, Turkey-Greece quake: rescuers continue to find people alive, Turkey-Greece quake: Search for survivors under rubble, France hardens stance against radical Islam, France attack: Three killed in 'Islamist terrorist' stabbings, France 'terrorist' attack: three stabbed to death. Also in the programme: A BBC investigation has verified video evidence put up by an investigative website, showing the extrajudicial killings of two ethnic Armenians in Nagorno Karabakh.

Daily. Read about our approach to external linking. Also in the programme: a strong earthquake off the Aegean coast has struck Turkey and Greece leaving a trail of destruction; and we hear from the US public in Michigan about the differing campaign styles of the two candidates ahead of... Detectives in France, Italy and Tunisia are investigating a 21 year old Tunisian being held in hospital on suspicion of killing 3 churchgoers in the southern French city of Nice. Also in the programme, James Bond actor Sean Connery dies aged 90; and mounting speculation in the United Kingdom about a new national lockdown is under way. NPR news, audio, and podcasts. He said that without further measures, hospitals would be overwhelmed. Trump And Biden Make 11th Hour Election Appeals Across Key States, Republicans Seek To Toss Out 127,000 Ballots In Democratic-Leaning Texas County. The program originates from London, providing the latest news and interviews … The city’s mayor Tunc Soyer says 38 people have died. Speaking on national television, Mr Macron said none of the coronavirus measures taken so far had worked, in the face of a second wave whose speed had caught all of Europe by surprise. Also in the programme: Libya's warring factions have signed an immediate, permanent ceasefire deal intended to halt nine years of civil war; and Iran confirms more than 6,000 new cases a day of Covid-19, with more than 300 people a day dying. Newshour is the award-winning flagship program of the BBC World Service, the world's largest newsgathering operation. Rescuers are hunting for survivors after a powerful earthquake flattened many buildings. (Picture: Buildings damaged by Friday's earthquake in Turkey,... On the last weekend of campaigning both presidential candidates focus on the swing states which could decide next Tuesday election.



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