Daily Archives: January 10, 2016

EV & N – 203 – CCTV | Curbing Carbon? Or Big ‘Business as Usual’ ? What was the real outcome of the Paris COP 21 “Deal”?

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Heritage for sale: Ancient treasures stolen from Syria by ISIS turn up in Lebanon


RT

Published on Jan 10, 2016

Soon after Islamic State first swept through Syria, thousands of antiquities, including Christian artefacts, were looted and sold illegally in other countries.

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Inside Story – What’s behind the falling oil prices?


Al Jazeera English

Published on Dec 28, 2015

Kamahl Santamaria discusses whether Saudi Arabia can withstand the effect of falling oil prices.

Guests:

Abdullah Baabood – Director, Gulf Studies Center, Qatar University.

John Sfakianakis – Economist and former adviser to the Saudi government.

Jaafar Altaie – Founder and managing director of Manaar Energy Group.

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Inside Story: How much support will Saudi Arabia win against Iran?


Al Jazeera English

Published on Jan 10, 2016

When the Arab League met in an emergency session on Sunday tension with Iran topped the agenda.Saudi officials accused Iran of interfering in Arab affairs and undermining regional security.A day earlier, the Gulf countries had expressed full solidarity with Saudi Arabia, and condemned the attacks on the Saudi embassy in Tehran. The Gulf leaders also said that antagonistic rhetoric from the Iranian government had directly caused those attacks.Riyadh warned that Gulf countries could take additional measures in response to Iranian moves in the region.Is this support enough? And how far is Saudi Arabia able to go in its row with Iran?Presenter: Peter DobbieGuests:Ahmed Alibrahim – Saudi affairs specialist and security analystSaeed Khan – Lecturer in the Department of Near East & Asian Studies, Wayne State UniversityMohammad Marandi – Professor at the University of Tehran-

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Remains of 144-year-old whaling shipwreck found near Alaska


PBS NewsHour

Published on Jan 10, 2016

Archaeologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have made a startling discovery off the coast of Alaska: Whaling ships that sank 144 years ago. NewsHour Weekend’s Zachary Green reports.

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