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Wechat No.605 Europe’s Challenges: The Road to Rome

The European Union emerged in the 1950s from a vision of a bright future for a war-ravaged continent – free from conflict, with nations living in harmony, their citizens free to trade and travel without restriction. In the first programme of a three-part series, former…

Wechat No.604 US Raises China Steel Taxes by 522%

Too much steel. Not enough customers. That in a nutshell is the problem confronting both the steel industry and governments across the world. Now China has reacted angrily, after the US imposed duties of more than five hundred per cent on Chinese imports of a…

Wechat No.603 AM: Tear gas fired at Venezuela protest

Freed Chibok girl reunited with family, Millions of LinkedIn IDs for sale , What A.I. can learn for train passengers Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30 days after published

Wechat No.602 Wall Street Update

US slaps China steel imports with fivefold tax increase. Also Doug McIntyre from 24/7 Wall Street talks us through the day on the markets. Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30 days after published

Wechat No.600 Freedom at Last for One Chibok Girl

One of the missing Nigerian schoolgirls found; Venezuela protests; Syrian refugee forced to flee Canada fire (Photo: Some of the Chibok girls after they were kidnapped by Boko Haram Credit: AFP/Getty Images) Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in…

Wechat No.598 US Hits China With New Steel Import Duties

China has reacted angrily to the imposition of a 522% US tariff on cold-rolled steel. Steel analyst Peter Brennan from S&P Global Platts fills us in on the likely impact of the row. Also in the programme, there are protests in Nigeria as its cash-strapped…

Wechat No.597 Memory

New research points to a future where we can artificially create and manipulate memory inside our own heads. What are the implications when we can control memory in this way, and why is it so important to our future? FutureProofing travels to California to meet…

Wechat No.596 Moses from Sierra Leone

Manchester United fan Moses from Sierra Leone on what it was like visiting Old Trafford and how the Supporters Trust made sure he saw the game after Sunday s evacuation. Bill Rice is also joined by Manchester United fans who were at Wembley in 1990…