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Casual Times | Radio Free Nashville
Fresh update on ankara discussed on Casual Times
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All Things Considered | KQED Radio
Turkey Agrees to Pause Fighting, but Not to Withdraw Forces From Northern Syria
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WBZ Afternoon News | WBZ NewsRadio 1030
Mike Pence announces ceasefire in Syria
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The Christian Science Monitor Daily
Trump's sanctions aren't going to stop Turkey's Syria invasion
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ankara Discussed on KQED Radio
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Meditation: Being the Ocean and Opening to the Waves (2018-12-31)
Meditation: Being the Ocean and Opening to the Waves (2018-12-31) (retreat) - We canâ€™t truly open to the waves of life unless we recognize our Oceanness, the formless awareness that is our source. This meditation begins with awakening the senses and then invites us to discover the spacious presence in the background of all experience (from the 2018 IMCW New Year's Retreat).
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A view of the opioid epidemic from the bench
The Turkish president's party loses in the capital. A Virginia judge gives us a view of the opioid epidemic from the bench. Floods in the Midwest force farmers to push back planting season. Plus, how did Bluetooth technology get its name? Today's show is sponsored by theÂ Alliance for Lifetime Income,Â GAIN Capital GroupÂ andÂ Kronos.
Aired 7 months ago 21:31
AK, not quite OK: Turkeys elections
Turkeyâ€™s ruling AK party made historic losses in local elections. Voters, it seems, are fed up with President Recep Tayyip Erdoganâ€™s economic mismanagementâ€”but his party remains firmly in control. We visit Mozambique to take stock of the damage wrought by Cyclone Idai. And, as Europe comes onto Daylight Savings Time, a look into the past and the doubtful future of the practice.