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Everything you need to know about your world in 10 minutes. Go straight to the source with a ten-minute news briefing by Reuters frontline journalists. Join host Kim Vinnell as she takes you around the world every weekday.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin heads to North Korea for the first time in 24 years. President Joe Biden is expected to announce immigration relief for people in the US without legal status who are married to US citizens. Tensions heat up on the Lebanon-Israel border. And Los Angeles considers a ban on cell phones in schools.  Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A summit on Ukraine ends with key powers spurning a joint communique agreed on by dozens of countries. A Dutch man brings Western goods into Russia despite brands like Nike and Lego pulling out. And business is booming after a detente between Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Plus, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denounces the Israeli military’s plan for tactical pauses in fighting to allow more aid into the Gaza Strip.     Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Specialist doctors were building a healthcare system in Gaza. Then came war. With each specialist killed, another blow is dealt to an already decimated medical care system in the enclave. Reuters has spoken to doctors, nurses, health experts and officials to find out the fate of their healthcare mission in the months since October 7th. Read Reuters' special report here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reuters uncovers a secret anti-vaccination campaign run by the Pentagon to undermine China during the pandemic. A new generation of online shamans revive an ancient tradition in South Korea, amid skepticism of their practices. Plus, after agreeing a loan deal for Ukraine, the G7 leaders' final day agenda includes China and AI discussions with the Pope.   Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elon Musk says Tesla shareholders are voting to approve his $56 billion pay package. The Federal Reserve holds interest rates as it waits for inflation to cool, delaying a cut until as late as December. And still basking in her EU election triumph, Italy’s prime minister Giorgia Meloni hosts the G7.   Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A US ceasefire plan for Gaza stalls as neither Israel nor Hamas publicly commit to a deal. Hunter Biden is found guilty of lying about his drug use to buy a gun. A UN report shows that migrant expulsions from Tunisia to Libya fuel extortion and abuse. Plus, a look at the challenges of being a female stunt driver in Hollywood.  Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ireland’s Sinn Fein suffers a bruising loss in local elections as voters move immigration to the top of their issues list. Apple makes a new AI push in a deal with ChatGPT-maker OpenAI. And a slice of life from the Iraqi city of Mosul, a decade after it fell to Islamic State. Plus, Hamas signals support for a U.N.-backed resolution on a Gaza ceasefire. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
French president Emmanuel Macron calls a snap election after a bruising defeat in European elections. Benny Gantz quits Benjamin Netanyahu’s emergency war cabinet. And as Narendra Modi is sworn in as India’s prime minister, we visit the temple town of Ayodhya where a miscalculation changes the outlook for his third term.   Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A diminished Hamas shifts to guerilla tactics signalling a long insurgency. The state of Washington pioneers a new initiative, training prison inmates to become wildland firefighters. And we sit down with Rolling Stones frontman and rock legend Mick Jagger.  Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An Israeli strike on a Gaza school and Hamas leader’s bottom line deliver setbacks to president Joe Biden’s ceasefire proposal. The most downloaded US news app has Chinese roots and ‘writes fiction’ using AI. And the unlikely circle of advisers Kenya’s William Ruto turned to for guidance on his country’s upcoming mission to Haiti. Plus we take you to a beach in Normandy, France as veterans and world leaders gather to mark the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings ushering in the beginning of the end of World War Two. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Following President Joe Biden’s order stopping asylum seekers from crossing the US-Mexico border, UK immigration policy comes into focus during the first debate ahead of the July 4th election. Lebanon is home to around 1.5 million Syrian refugees and they're facing increasing hostility as they fear deportations. And Boeing and NASA prepare for the Starliner launch after multiple delays and cancellations kept its first crewed flight grounded.  Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
India’s Narendra Modi is on track for a historic third term but may fall short of the landslide victory predicted. The jury is seated and will hear opening statements in Hunter Biden’s federal gun case. And Iranian-backed groups operating in Iraq have ramped up rocket and missile attacks on Israel. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Benjamin Netanyahu aide confirms Israel accepts a framework deal for winding down the Gaza war being advanced by US president Joe Biden. The militant, all-male group Proud Boys is regrouping and regaining strength, stoking concern of extremist violence around the US election. Fashion retailer Zara experiments with live online shopping. Plus Claudia Sheinbaum wins a landslide election victory to become Mexico’s first woman president. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ukraine's soldiers talk of exhaustion, faith, personal loss and a perilous shortage of munitions as Russian forces take new ground. Reuters traveled along the front line, where Ukrainian troops say Vladimir Putin must be beaten back. Otherwise, said one, "he’s not going to stop over here." Read Reuters' special report here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Donald Trump has become the first US president to be convicted of a crime after a New York jury found him guilty of falsifying documents to cover up a payment to silence a porn star ahead of the 2016 election. President Joe Biden has for the first time authorized Kyiv to launch U.S.-supplied weapons at military targets inside Russia. At least 15 people have died of suspected heatstroke in India as parts of the country continue to be gripped by a debilitating heatwave. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Early projections from South Africa indicate the governing African National Congress will fall short of a majority for the first time since coming to power after the end of apartheid. Fourteen Hong Kong pro-democracy activists have been found guilty in a landmark subversion trial that critics say could deal another blow to the city's rule of law. The White House is looking at ways to support the development of new US nuclear power plants in a bid to meet climate targets. Latin America's human rights court has held a final hearing in a case looking at what countries must do to combat climate change.  Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. For more on South Africa's election listen here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
US government debt isn't a crisis to Paul Krugman. The Nobel laureate has long argued that history and arithmetic suggest a crisis is unlikely. But does that hold true in other countries around the world? Can they live with the levels of debt that have become the norm, or is there a nasty shock or full-blown crisis in the offing? Krugman joins host Carmel Crimmins to talk global debt, spending and the politics driving decision-making. Plus, we take a ride on a Berlin commuter train for a real world look at the downside of balancing the books. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A U.S. military-built pier off Gaza's coast is being temporarily removed after part of the structure broke off, in the latest blow to efforts to deliver humanitarian aid to Palestinians. Mexico’s election frontrunner looks set to take a tough stance on cartels. And South Korea accuses the North of sending over balloons filled with trash and excrement.  Also, the jury in Donald Trump's criminal trial could be sent out as soon as today. For more on the case listen to our special episode here Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. For more on South Africa's election listen here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An Israeli airstrike has triggered a fire that has killed 45 people in a tent camp in the Gazan city of Rafah, prompting an outcry from global leaders. Thousands of residents have been ordered to evacuate from the path of a still-active landslide in Papua New Guinea, after parts of a mountain collapsed with more than 2,000 people buried. A study of African savannah elephants shows how their greetings to each other can be as complex as humans. Also, closing arguments are due to take place in Donald Trump's criminal trial. To hear about the case in more detail listen to our special episode here Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. For more on the South Africa election listen here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The first criminal trial against Donald Trump heads to closing arguments this week. On today’s Reuters World News, legal reporter Jack Queen boils down the last five weeks of testimony, including all the colorful characters and testimony. National political correspondent Tim Reid examines the polling on the trial’s effect on Trump’s political fortunes. Join host Jonah Green for an in-depth look at the first ever trial of a US former president. Sign up for the Reuters Econ World newsletter here. Listen to the Reuters Econ World podcast here. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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