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27
Feb

Weekly Newscast - February 27, 2015

This week on War News Radio, Nigeria president Goodluck Jonathan announced progress in the campaign against Boko Haram, tribal leaders and human rights activists reported that Islamic State militants have taken over 200 hostages in raids, the president of Yemen fled the capital city of Sanaa, and more.

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20
Feb

Weekly Newscast - February 20, 2015

This week on War News Radio, violence continued along the Niger-Nigeria border, United States District Judge Andrew Hanen ruled to temporarily halt President Obama’s plan  to offer protection from deportation to undocumented individuals, the number of Afghan civilians killed reached an all-time high in 2014, and more.

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12
Feb

Weekly Newscast - February 12, 2015

 

This week on War News Radio, Obama requested authorization from Congress for a three year period of military action against ISIS, Jordan moved thousands of ground troops to its border with Iraq, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and France agreed on a ceasefire, and more.

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12
Feb

Weekly Newscast - February 12, 2015

 

This week on War News Radio, Obama requested authorization from Congress for a three year period of military action against ISIS, Jordan moved thousands of ground troops to its border with Iraq, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, and France agreed on a ceasefire, and more.

6
Feb

Underlying Divide

You’ve heard about escalating violence by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram based in Nigeria. But few have considered how religious groups can become a part of the solution. War News Radio’s Sabrina Merold talks to a group trying to build interfaith dialogue between Muslims and Christians -- work especially important ahead of elections later this month.

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6
Feb

Competing Narratives

This month on War News Radio “Competing Narratives.” First, we present our satirical news segment, “Filibusted.” Next, we hear updates on Boko Haram in Nigeria. Finally, reporter Sara Morell reflects on her three day program in the West Bank. But first, a round-up of this week's news.

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30
Jan

Weekly Newscast - January 29, 2015

This week on War News Radio, an African Union joint-military force battles Boko Haram, Albanian nationals protest in Kosovo, Argentina announces a plan to dismantle its espionage programs, and more.

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22
Jan

Weekly Newscast - January 23, 2015

This week on War News Radio: the Yemeni government resigns, DRC protests against election delays, the Islamic State threatens new hostages and more. 

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5
Dec

Travelers

This month on War News Radio, “Travelers.” We consider the most recent wave of immigration, one that has attracted so much U.S. media attention. We recognize that it is both common and incredibly unique. It shares elements with previous migrations throughout history - clear reasons to abandon home, arduous journeys to new places, logistical challenges to gain entrance, and a process of adjustment once people arrive. But this situation is also shaped by government policy, and those addressing the problem are not necessarily government actors. They are non-profits, they are concerned activists and members of the community, and they are immigrants themselves. Take a listen.

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5
Dec

Weekly Newscast - December 5, 2014

This week on War News Radio, Boko Haram is suspected in a deadly attack on the Nigerian city of Damaturu, an Egyptian judge sentenced almost 200 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death, a United Nations report found that the United States failed to comply with the international convention against torture, and more.

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