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Episode 023 Syrian people from the Christian town of Maalula (AFP Photo)
For three long years Christians in the Holy Land of Syria have been terrorized by Western backed Al-Qaeda "revolutionaries." The Christian Church however has now begun a peaceful fight-back: kidnapped nuns have been freed by strenuous diplo... April 19, 2014 08:30

Sputnik orbits the World with George Galloway, looking behind the stories which made the news, as well as unearthing the ones that didn’t. As one of the longest serving MPs, expect debate and discussion between George and authoritative, influential, but most importantly informed, guests. Co-host Gayatri Pertiwi will take to the streets and social media, gathering your thoughts and opinions to add to the mix. Topics may differ from politics to social concerns, but Sputnik will remain true to its aim - bringing a new perspective, a different view.

Jonathan Ferrey / Getty Images for Texas Motor Speedway / AFP
Episode 022

It must have been hard to tell the difference between the backfiring of racing cars and the shots being fired at the people whose country was being...

April 12, 2014 08:30 3
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (Reuters)
Episode 021

For a decade, Prime Minister Erdogan bestrode Turkey like a colossus, moving the country forward after years of stagnation. Recently, however, his rule...

April 05, 2014 10:19 5
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan (AFP Photo / Tony Gentile)
Episode 020

Nigeria's president Goodluck Jonathan hasn't enjoyed much in the way of good luck. Under his presidency millions of people in northern Nigeria have been...

March 29, 2014 08:30 2
People and commuters who regularly use one of Belgrade's busiest
boulevards, no longer pay any attention to the dramatic bomb damage
inflicted on the Army Headquarters building that was hit by U.S. cruise
missiles in NATO's 1999 war to force Serb troops out of Kosovo. (Reuters / Str)
Episode 019

Britain and the United States bombed Yugoslavia having spent decades subverting it, splintering it into an alphabet soup of countries and states. A...

March 22, 2014 12:30 7
Pope Francis (Reuters/Tony Gentile)
Episode 018

The new Pope Francis has emerged as the leading critic of contemporary capitalism in the world, even going to Davos to lash the selfishness and greed of...

March 15, 2014 08:30 4
Pro-Russian activists hold a Russian flag during a rally in Simferopol on March 6, 2014 (AFP Photo/Genya Savilov)
Episode 017

Sputnik makes no apology for returning to Ukraine. After all, as we predicted last week it has plunged us into the cold bath of Cold War rhetoric, with...

March 08, 2014 09:30 2
Britain's opposition Labour party leader Ed Miliband delivers his speech at the annual Labour party conference in Brighton, southern England September 24, 2013. (Reuters/Stefan Wermuth)
Episode 016

This week in 1900, Britain’s trade union movement gave birth to the Labour Party. One hundred and fourteen years later, the Labour Party is set to...

March 01, 2014 10:08 3
Opposition supporters stand over a monument of a tank which they dragged into the middle of the street during a protest against Nicolas Maduro's government in San Cristobal, some 410 miles (660 km) southwest of Caracas February 19, 2014. (Reuters)
Episode 015

His actual name was Malcolm Little, but he had the potential to be truly great. And in death he has become so. Sputnik looks at the great Malcolm X with one...

February 22, 2014 08:47 1
Former British Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher (AFP Photo)
Episode 014

In the 1970s, Britain was in a deep political and economic crisis: a class struggle was raging, a Labour government clung to power and a resurgent right...

February 15, 2014 09:24 5

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