Monday, Oct 18, 2021
Focus on the big picture
Can the Northern Ireland Brexit puzzle be solved?
Sky, 14 Oct 2021
The EU has offered to cut 80% of checks on some goods moving from Great Britain to Northern Ireland in an effort to avoid a post-Brexit trade clash.
It has drawn up plans designed to ease the flow of items across the Irish Sea, including chilled meats, to put an end to the so-called "sausage war".
Sky News' Adam Parsons looks at how both parties could move forward from here.
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Jon Stewart shares his source of hope for the future
CNN, 18 Oct 2021
Comedian Jon Stewart tells CNN's Jake Tapper why he remains hopeful for the future and is thankful to be alive at this point in history.
Former President Clinton leaves hospital
Reuters, 18 Oct 2021
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton walked out of a California hospital after being admitted last week.
Who benefits from plans for a biennial football world cup? | Inside Story
Al Jazeera, 18 Oct 2021
Could we see the beautiful game every two years instead of four? That's the push from the world governing body FIFA, that's wants to change the way the football world cup is pla...
Atlanta mayor hits campaign trail for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia governor's race
CBS, 18 Oct 2021
Several prominent Democrats are campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in his race for Virginia governor against Republican Glenn Youngkin next month.
Gov. Abbott blasts Biden's 'catastrophic open border policies' for migrant crisis
FOX, 18 Oct 2021
Gov. Greg Abbott says the Biden administration 'completely abandoned'
Southern India heavy rains cause major flooding, at least 15 dead
CA, 18 Oct 2021
Floods triggered by heavy rains have led to loss of life and property in India's southern Kerala state, and brought normal life to a halt.
Meet The Press Broadcast (Full) - October 17th, 2021
NBC, 18 Oct 2021
Chuck talks with Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg on the supply chain crisis and Gov.
Estonia: A new life for an old Soviet nuclear secret | Focus on Europe
DW, 18 Oct 2021
The town of Sillamäe was a secret site of the Soviet nuclear industry. Now it is awakening from its slumber—and searching for a new purpose.
Demonstration in Paris for 60th anniversary of massacre of Algerians
AFP, 18 Oct 2021
Demonstrators gather in Paris, at the call of Human Rights League, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the massacre by Paris police of protesters at a rally 60 years ago agai...
Bill Clinton released from California hospital
AP, 17 Oct 2021
Bill Clinton was released Sunday from the Southern California hospital where he had been treated for an infection, and will head home to New York to continue his recovery.
The mystery of how long Covid damages our memory
BBC, 17 Oct 2021
“Overnight, my independence was taken away” In the last 16 months since Chrissy Gibson was diagnosed with Covid-19, she has had to re-learn many aspects of her life.
Triumph of good over evil | Hindus celebrate Dussehra festival
RT, 17 Oct 2021
Hundreds gathered in India's Daranagar for celebrations of the Dussehra festival, which marks the triumph of good over evil, after Rama defeated Lanka king Ravana, depicted as a...
Taiwan building fire draws public attention to safety hazards in old buildings
CGTN, 17 Oct 2021
For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video White smoke billowing out of a 13-storey tower block in the city of Kaohsiung that caught fire on Thursday has raised concerns among the peo...
Priti Patel says there is a need to close security gaps for MPs
Guardian, 17 Oct 2021
The home secretary, Priti Patel, has said she is considering offering police protection for MPs at their constituency surgeries, as a review takes place to ‘close the gaps’ in s...
Gordon Brown: Democratic values must be upheld
Sky, 17 Oct 2021
Gordon Brown says the UK must now 'stand up for what we believe' and uphold our democratic values in response to the terror attack on Sir David Amess.
Lebanon marks two years since the start of its popular uprising • FRANCE 24 English
FRANCE24, 17 Oct 2021
Lebanon on Sunday marks the two-year anniversary of its popular
China trains pandas to be reintroduced into the wild as species recovers from endangered status
SCMP, 17 Oct 2021
Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: https://sc.mp/subscribe-youtube China has declared that the giant panda is no longer on its list of endangered species.
Bitcoin: BoE Deputy Gov wants to cancel democracy and protect the banks with regulations
Global Report, 17 Oct 2021
The Bank of England call to cancel democracy and protect the banks with regulations which infringe on people’s freedom, independence and benefits they get from their own money.
PBS NewsHour Weekend Full Episode October 16, 2021
PBS, 17 Oct 2021
On this edition for Saturday, October 16th, the murder of a British
Tributes paid to 'true gent' Tory MP Sir David Amess after death following Leigh stabbing
ITV, 17 Oct 2021
Tributes have poured in for "true gent" Conservative MP Sir David Amess who has died after being stabbed at his constituency surgery in Leigh.