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Dec 18, 2016

This week, Obama called out Putin during his last press conference from the white house, promising retaliation for the hacked election. What do these latest threats accomplish this late in the game? We speak to our Russian voice about the growing tensions with the US and find out what the Russian public thinks about Obama's latest "line in the sand."
Then we head to Syria where the battle for Aleppo is raging. Iran has jumped into the fray feet first. We speak with our voices in the region to find out what Iran has planned for the future of Syria and what's in it for them.

Dec 11, 2016

This week on Voice to America we have a live studio guest during the Facebook Live streaming portion of the show. Ivo, one of our European voices, will be in studio to weigh in on the anti-establishment movement that is sweeping Europe.
Then we’ll be covering the latest in the epidemic of fake news with our Russian voice. The establishment media is doubling down on their incorrect election prediction by claiming Russia directly hacked the voting machines. Do Russians think their government had anything to do with a Trump win?
Then we’re headed to Turkey, where another terror attack has taken place. The media says the Kurds are behind the stadium bombing. We’ll speak to our Turkish voice and find out what it’s like right now in Istanbul.

Dec 4, 2016

Europeans head to the polls today to cast their votes in two countries. The same sentiment we’ve seen in America with Trump and Britain with Brexit is spilling over into Austria and Italy.
We speak to voices in Italy about the referendum vote, which could lead to the current prime minister stepping down. If the vote is no, many in the establishment media claim consequences could include a horrible banking crisis.
Then we head to Austria where a “too close to call” presidential election is taking place. Will the Austrian voters push back like other countries have this election season?

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