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Newshour: Israel's options

this afternoon (wednesday 28th), 2.36-2.45pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) includes …

“What can John Kerry say or do to salvage an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement based on a two-state solution, the more so when Israel is eagerly anticipating a Trump administration which wants to move the US embassy to Jerusalem, and is sympathetic to the construction of more Jewish settlements on occupied Palestinian land?”

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Newshour: Security Council

this afternoon (saturday 24th), 2.07-2.14pm, on bbc world service radio (repeated 9.32pm)
newshour (presented by julian marshall) leads with …

“The Israeli government is still seething …”

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Newshour: Anne Frank

yesterday afternoon (saturday 17th), 2.46-2.51pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) includes …

“Anne Frank experts cast doubt on the widely held belief her family was informed upon“

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Newshour: Algerian boycott

yesterday evening (monday 12th), 9.56-9.59pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) concludes with …

“The Algerian women’s team was scheduled to play the United States last Friday, and then Israel on Saturday, but the team failed to turn up for either match.

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Newshour: Hanan Al Hroub

bbc world service radio reports as news a teaching award from march 2016 (see http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-35798117), and without mentioning that the teacher married a terrorist who had killed 6 civilians on their way to synagogue … 97 more words

Newshour: Elie Weisel dies

last saturday evening (2nd june), 9.49-9,59pm, on bbc world service radio
newshour (presented by julian marshall) concludes with …

“Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel dies.”

including interview with …

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BBC's Connolly adds a postscript to his Dead Sea reporting

The June 23rd edition of the BBC World Service radio programme ‘Newshour’ included an item (from 45:10 here) by the Jerusalem bureau’s Kevin Connolly on the topic of the Dead Sea. 361 more words

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