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These are the headlines for Tuesday, October 27th: - Pope Francis shares his dream of a European continent united by fraternity and solidarity - Doctors in Syria warn of a potential catastrophe as Covid-19 spreads through refugee camps in the embattled Idlib region - We hear from two of the new Cardinals-designate in the wake of the Sunday Consistory announcement
 
Adásainkban beszámolunk a pápa és a Szentszék tevékenységéről, ismertetjük a Szentatya homíliáit, beszédeit, beszámolunk apostoli utazásairól. Kitekintünk a világegyház eseményeire, megszólaltatjuk a Rómába érkező magyar egyháziakat és zarándokokat. Hírt adunk továbbá a határon túli magyar közösségek életéről, illetve elősegítjük az ökumenikus és vallásközi párbeszédet.
 
Presenting the latest news from the Vatican with excerpts and analysis of the Holy Father’s recent audiences and writings, newsmaker interviews, highlights of recent events, and feature segments- all from the heart of the Universal Church.
 
Trusted Catholic news from Rome - Sponsored by the Word on Fire Institute. The John Allen Show is a bi-weekly podcast discussing news from the Vatican, as well as national and international Church affairs. New episodes will be posted every other Wednesday. John Allen Jr. is the editor of Crux, the leading Catholic news source, and is the Fellow of Church and Media at the Word on Fire Institute.
 
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Listen above as David Farrar and Shane Te Pou discuss the day's news with Heather du Plessis-Allan on The Huddle President Donald Trump's nomination of his Kiwi staffer for the OECD top job has divided New Zealand's political parties. Chris Liddell, who was born in Matamata and went to Mt Albert Grammar, has been put forward by Trump to the positio…
 
The central England city of Nottingham is the latest part of England to be put under tightened restrictions as part of a three-tier system to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The news came as Britain announced 102 new deaths of people with COVID-19. Its official total is almost, 45,000, the highest toll in Europe. Local authority leaders in Nott…
 
Founders of a "ground-breaking" new app launching in Auckland today are promising to put New Zealand on the map for providing the best healthcare in the world. It comes after reports of a looming healthcare crisis with nearly half of the country's GPs expected to retire in the next eight years. Since the Covid-19 pandemic hit New Zealand, there hav…
 
Spark's decision to bundle Sky Sport Now, at a discount, with its own Spark Sport could be "the first white flag" in its media strategy, Jarden head of research Arie Dekker says. In Dekker's view of the six-month deal, "there is a distinct possibility that this is the first step in a process in which Spark can offload its sporting rights". Dekker h…
 
The sale of Wellington's National Library books is set to resume despite being put on hold till after the election About 57,000 books from the Overseas Collection at Wellington's National Library are to be sold for $2 per book at a Lions and Rotary sale in the Hutt Valley. The Library and Information Advisory Commission's David Reeves told Heather …
 
US stocks on Monday notched their biggest one-day drop in a month on fears that rising coronavirus infections will dampen business activity, and European banks get a lift from equities revenue. Plus, the FT’s China corporate tech reporter, Ryan McMorrow, explains how Alibaba is making a push into a crowded grocery delivery field. Alibaba to pay $3.…
 
International music artists are creeping back on to summer festival line-ups, after getting government exceptions to enter the country. They have decided two weeks in isolation is worth it for the first chance to play to a crowd. When London drum and bass producer Alix Perez launches his tour in Wanaka this weekend, after arriving a few weeks ago, …
 
Sky says it has reached a deal with Spark that will see Spark offer Sky Sport Now streaming service offered as a $49.99 per month bundle with Spark Sport from November 16. Spark Sport costs $24.99 per month (with some Spark mobile and broadband customers able to claim a $5 rebate), while Sky Sport now costs $49.99 per month (although it can fall to…
 
Melburnians will soon get their first taste of freedom as lockdown restrictions ease tonight. This step comes as the Australian state of Victoria records its second day with no new cases or deaths today. Australian Medical Association's Victorian President Julian Rait told Heather Du Plessis-Allan he's confident the states contact tracing and testi…
 
There are concerns about what Islamic children are learning from unqualified or inexperienced teachers at mosques. International Muslim Association of New Zealand president Tahir Nawaz is calling for Islamic curriculum to be taught in intermediate and secondary schools. He told Heather du Plessis-Allan parents of Muslim children want them to retain…
 
A passenger, one of nine Australian women dragged off a Qatar Airways flight in Doha, has revealed the horror of the invasive examinations Qatari authorities conducted after the discovery of an abandoned baby inside the airport’s bathroom. Speaking to the Guardian Australia, Kim Mills said she was one of nine women taken off the flight bound for Sy…
 
Eight days away from their election, I remain surprised that the Democrats chose Joe Biden. And rather than having my surprise wane over time, it actually just keeps increasing. Even today, when we have a video emerge in which Joe Biden appears to forget Trump’s name. Now, there is a dispute about how bad that moment is for Biden because it turns o…
 
Pandemic-struck EU member states are worried about debt and are hesitant to reach for recovery fund loans, and a Covid-19 vaccine trial out of the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca has shown promise in a recent trial. Plus, the FT’s Peter Foster and Judith Evans explain what kind of complications will occur at the UK border after the Brexit tran…
 
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