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In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.

In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.
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In Correspondents Report, the ABC's overseas reporters give their interpretation and analyses of the week's major events, and offer perceptive observations about the countries and regions in which they're based.

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English


Episodes

Matthew Carney's journal from Kasghar

9/15/2018
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In the far western Chinese province of Xinjiang, authorities are conducting a campaign to smash Islamic extremism and independence sentiments.

Duration:00:09:18

First impressions from Adam Harvey's new home in Beirut

9/15/2018
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Adam Harvey has taken up a new post as the ABC's Middle East correspondent, based in Beirut. He shares his first impressions of his new home.

Duration:00:05:36

ABC's Lisa Millar prepares to return home

9/15/2018
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As Europe correspondent Lisa Millar prepares to return home, she reflects on her time abroad.

Duration:00:09:35

Correspondents Report

9/15/2018
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In this week's program: Lisa Millar reflects on her time in Europe and the US as she prepares to return home; Adam Harvey arrives at the Beirut bureau and offers his first impressions; and Matthew Carney journeys to Kasghar in far western China, where authorities are conducting a campaign to smash Islamic extremism and independence sentiments.

Duration:00:25:04

Correspondents Report

9/9/2018
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On this week's Correspondents Report: Zimbabwe could be on the cusp of a new era with prosperity and peace on the horizon; Israel firearms policy starts public safety debate; and Twitter and Facebook executives, get grilled at a Senate hearing.

Duration:00:25:01

Social media giants grilled at Senate hearing

9/8/2018
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Top executives from Twitter and Facebook have testified before the US Congress.

Duration:00:07:40

A closer look at the Chinese diaspora

9/8/2018
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China is unquestionably a country on the rise.

Duration:00:04:51

Is Zimbabwe on the cusp of a new era?

9/8/2018
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After decades of economic strangulation and political oppression, Zimbabwe could be on the cusp of a new era.

Duration:00:06:31

Israel firearms policy starts public safety debate

9/8/2018
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A new firearms policy from Israel's government has started a fresh debate about public safety.

Duration:00:05:25

More than a rugby stadium: a symbol of Japan's resilience

9/2/2018
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Japan is preparing to host next year's Rugby World Cup, with a new stadium opening in the country's north-east.

Duration:00:04:48

Introducing the ABC's new Europe correspondent, Linton Besser

9/2/2018
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There's no denying that covering global news can be challenging. So what goes through the mind of someone who's about to embark on that journey?

Duration:00:07:47

The challenges of being a journalist in the Trump era

9/2/2018
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One of the hallmarks of the Trump era has been his attacks on the media. The press has had a revered role in American society dating back to the revolution, but it's under attack like never before.

Duration:00:06:34

Correspondents Report

9/2/2018
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On this week's program: the challenges for journalists in Trump's America; a new commemorative rugby stadium for a city hit by the 2011 Japan tsunami; and meet our new Europe correspondent.

Duration:00:19:59

'Attempted' divorce case captures public attention in the UK

8/24/2018
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The British tabloids have been captured by a thwarted divorce case where a judge ordered that a fed-up 68-year-old woman must remain married to her 'old school' husband.

Duration:00:04:41

Different shades of pride - Jerusalem's rainbow march with snipers

8/24/2018
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Our reporter Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop compares Jerusalem's defiant, heavily-policed pride parade with Sydney's glittery offering.

Duration:00:09:07

Pope Francis's Ireland visit to be an 'acid test' for the church, Catholic commentator

8/24/2018
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The editor of independent Catholic news agency Crux says amidst a global upsurge of clergy abuse revelations, Pope Francis's upcoming visit to Ireland will be his most consequential trip so far.

Duration:00:05:44

Correspondents Report

8/24/2018
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On today's program: One Catholic commentator says Pope Francis's upcoming visit to Ireland will be his most 'consequential' trip so far in his papacy; How does Jerusalem's heavily guarded Pride parade compare to Sydney's glamourous, glittery affair? And the non-celebrity divorce that has captivated the UK tabloids.

Duration:00:20:06

Widening divisions a year on from Virginia rally

8/19/2018
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A year on from a pro-white rally in Virginia that turned deadly, another rally in Washington has exposed a widening chasm in the United States.

Duration:00:04:23

China and Russia bolstering ties to challenge US dominance

8/19/2018
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As the geopolitical plates shift in world affairs, an 'Axis of Autocrats' is emerging. Once sworn enemies, China and Russia are becoming strategic partners again.

Duration:00:05:17

Challenges for Church after damning abuse report

8/19/2018
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Correspondents Report speaks to the National Religion Correspondent for the New York Times in the wake of a damning report accusing priests in Pennsylvania of abusing at least 1000 children.

Duration:00:05:19