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Global News Podcast

By BBC World Service

Rank #30 in News & Politics category

News & Politics
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The day’s top stories from BBC News. Delivered twice a day on weekdays, daily at weekends

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The day’s top stories from BBC News. Delivered twice a day on weekdays, daily at weekends

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iTunes Ratings

2331 Ratings
Average Ratings
1689
344
118
79
101

LOVE THIS

By Chuideus - Nov 24 2018
Read more

I like my news simple and short ! Just like this

send u r veganaa

By godzilla 3301 - Nov 03 2018
Read more

Hi sexy girl plz send bobs and vegaana

Top 10 Episode of Global News Podcast

Rank #1: Explosive Devices sent to Obama and Clinton

Oct 25 2018
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President Trump condemns sending explosive devices to politicians and to the CNN TV channel. Also: What's it like to be a spy? And the problem-solving skills of crows

Rank #2: Trump says Khashoggi Murder 'Worst Cover-Up'

Oct 23 2018
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The US said it would revoke the visas of Saudi operatives suspected of killing the journalist. Also: the BBC has found new evidence that China is building a network of detention camps for Uighur Muslims in Xianjiang, and magpies keep attacking Australia's politicians at Parliament House.

Rank #3: Trump Hails 'Most Important' Trade Deal

Oct 01 2018
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US president says a new trading deal with Canada and Mexico to replace Nafta is "truly historic". Also: volunteers bury victims of Indonesia's earthquake in a mass grave and the singer Charles Aznavour dies aged 94.

Rank #4: 'Credible' Probe Needed over Missing Saudi Journalist

Oct 15 2018
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The UK, France and Germany say they expect a detailed Saudi response on Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance. Also: Germany's Chancellor, Angela Merkel, is facing questions over the future of her coalition after her conservative sister party lost its absolute majority in the state of Bavaria, and the Mayor of Paris is creating emergency shelters for the homeless before the onset of winter.

Rank #5: Saudi Arabia Calls Khashoggi Killing 'Murder'

Oct 22 2018
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Saudi Foreign Minister says Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman didn't know of Khashoggi's murder. Also: racism on Ryanair flight and the tribute to a dead opioid addict

Rank #6: Nobel Peace Prize for Anti-Rape Activists

Oct 05 2018
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The Nobel Prize winners were Nadia Murad, who survived being an IS sex slave and Dr Denis Mukwege, who helps victims of rape. Also: Interpol chief vanishes on Chinese trip and the Grammy awards have taken steps to increase the number of women and minorities involved in its voting process.

Rank #7: Trump Blames 'Rogue Killers' over Khashoggi

Oct 15 2018
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Saudi and Turkish investigators have entered the consulate in Istanbul where the Saudi journalist was last seen. Also: Russian Church cuts all links with Istanbul and dance lessons are being recommended to tackle loneliness.

Rank #8: White House threatens consequences if Saudis did murder dissident journalist.

Oct 13 2018
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Donald Trump speaks out on the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashojee at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul; Tens of thousand of people take to the streets in Berlin in a protest against racism and xenophobia; The pope defrocks two Chilean bishops for child abuse.

Rank #9: US To Withdraw From Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia

Oct 20 2018
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President Trump accuses Moscow of violating its terms. Also: despite deadly attacks Afghan voters cast ballots in large numbers in the nation's long-awaited parliamentary elections, and a chunk of the moon is sold at auction.

Rank #10: Single-use Plastics Ban approved by European Parliament

Oct 24 2018
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Complete ban on wide range of single-use plastics is a bid to reduce ocean pollution. The EU hopes it will go into effect across the bloc by 2021. Also, NATO to carry out huge multinational military exercise in Norway, a special report on vast secret internment camps set up by China for Muslims in Xinjiang, a new book on why peace is so elusive, and Jane Fonda tells us why she's making sequel to '9 to 5' - nearly 40s years on.