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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


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Correspondents Report

6/24/2018
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On today's program: Zoe Daniel visits the US-Mexico border to see where Donald Trump's policy of removing children from illegal immigrants has played out; Bill Birtles interviews a former China correspondent from the 1970s and 80s, Richard Thwaites; And Liam Cochrane interviews a badly burned woman he has seen progress from a beggar to a stall owner at a Cambodian market.

Duration:00:20:04

Life story of a beggar-turned-stall holder in Cambodia

6/22/2018
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South-East Asia correspondent Liam Cochrane sits down to interview a woman with a badly scarred face he has seen for years in a Cambodian market, and her story is not what he expected.

Duration:00:07:21

Bill Birtles speaks to former China correspondent Richard Thwaites

6/22/2018
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Bill Birtles speaks to Richard Thwaites, who was the ABC's correspondent in Peking in the late 1970s and early '80s.

Duration:00:06:45

Crossing the line – the border policy Trump took too far

6/22/2018
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Zoe Daniel visits one of the many 'bi-national' towns on the US-Mexico border where Donald Trump's stringent anti-immigration policy of removing children from illegal immigrants has been played out.

Duration:00:05:00

Correspondents Report

6/17/2018
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Overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.

Duration:00:19:59

Correspondents Report

6/10/2018
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Overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.

Duration:00:19:59

America's love affair with Australian Indigenous art

6/1/2018
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Two American philanthropists, a museum director and nine female artists have come together to showcase Australian Aboriginal art in Washington DC.

Duration:00:05:59

Ireland abortion referendum: Time for a change

6/1/2018
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It's just on a week since Ireland voted in an overwhelming fashion to repeal the section of its constitution that prohibits abortion. Two thirds of the electorate voted Yes - to get rid of the eighth amendment - which has for the last 35 years prevented women from having abortions in Ireland.

Duration:00:06:02

Goodbye Manus Island: The human cost of an untenable situation

6/1/2018
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The ABC's PNG Eric Tlozek has been visiting Manus Island since 2015 to cover stories about Australia's detention centre there. Eric Tlozek is moving to a new posting with the ABC and last week made his last visit to Manus Island.

Duration:00:08:03

Correspondents Report

6/1/2018
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On today’s show: Papua New Guinea correspondent Eric Tlozek reflects on his time on Manus Island; Steve Cannane reports from Ireland - where it was the women's personal stories that helped convince voters that it was time for change; And Washington correspondent Zoe Daniel on America’s love affair with Australian Indigenous art.

Duration:00:20:21

Correspondents Report

5/27/2018
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Overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.

Duration:00:20:00

Australian epidemiologist leading international Ebola response

5/25/2018
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As health workers in Congo desperately try to halt the spread of the Ebola virus, Australian epidemiologist Dr Peter Salama, the Deputy Director General of the World Health Organization, is leading the international response to the disease.

Duration:00:04:43

Passion for packaging – why does Japan use so much plastic?

5/25/2018
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Japan uses almost 10 million tonnes of plastic every year but only one per cent of council waste ends up in landfill - most waste is incinerated.

Duration:00:04:01

Tea, turquoise and top hats, attending the Queen's garden party

5/20/2018
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Europe correspondent Lisa Millar was invited to Buckingham Palace for one of the Queen's spring garden parties and just days before the wedding, it was invitation she simply couldn't refuse.

Duration:00:04:47

Why is Valley of the Fallen Spain's most controversial visitor site?

5/20/2018
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The Valley of the Fallen in Spain is one of the sites of one of Europe's largest mass graves. Many Spaniards see the site as the equivalent to a concentration camp, and they want the bodies of their relatives exhumed and buried elsewhere.

Duration:00:04:47

Spies, espionage and a porn star: one year on since Mueller’s investigation began

5/20/2018
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This week marked the one year anniversary of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling and alleged collusion in the 2016 election. Where is it going and is it skewing coverage of the USA?

Duration:00:04:56

Correspondents Report

5/20/2018
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Overseas reporters give their interpretation and analysis of the week's major events.

Duration:00:19:57

Correspondents Report

5/13/2018
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On this week's edition of Correspondents Report: The rise and fall and rise again of Mahathir Mohamad, soon to be the world's oldest leader; Japan's media has gone crazy for its latest baseball sensation Shohei Ohtani, who is making a splash for the Los Angeles Angels; And why does the effective demise of Cambodia's last free media outlet matter so much?

Duration:00:19:59

Japan's baseball super star Shohei Ohtani draws comparisons to Babe Ruth

5/11/2018
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Japan is going crazy over one of its young baseball sensations, Shohei Ohtani or 'Shotime,' who has just propelled his new US team to its best start to a season ever.

Duration:00:03:25

Why the demise of the Phnom Penh Post matters

5/11/2018
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The sale of the Phnom Penh Post newspaper in Cambodia last weekend triggered a dramatic walkout of foreign staff, over editorial interference by the publication's new owners, but why does its effective demise matter so much?

Duration:00:05:22