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The Newsmakers: Russia’s Olympics Ban and Social Media Monitoring

Joining us on this edition of the Newsmakers to discuss Russia’s Olympics ban we have John Hoberman, doping expert and sports historian at the University of Texas, and in Moscow we have Russian sports commentator Oleg Dmitriev. Also joining us on today’s Newsmakers to discuss how to strike the balance between free speech and combatting terrorism online through monitoring social media is the Intercept’s Murtaza Hussain.

The Newsmakers: Life in Kilis and Italy’s Five Star Movement

The Newsmakers: Life in Kilis and Italy’s Five Star Movement

The Newsmakers: ICC on Trial and Vertical Farming

The Newsmakers: ICC on Trial and Vertical Farming

The Newsmakers: Venezuela’s Economic Crisis and Afghanistan’s War Treasure

The Newsmakers: Venezuela’s Economic Crisis and Afghanistan’s War Treasure

The Newsmakers: Terror Attack in Nice

The Newsmakers: Terror Attack in Nice

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

UN: 4M Ukrainian children displaced

UN: 4M Ukrainian children displaced

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

Hungary heats up homes with geothermal energy

Hungary heats up homes with geothermal energy

Kremlin says Putin open to talks and diplomacy on Ukraine

Kremlin says Putin open to talks and diplomacy on Ukraine

Ukraine and Russia have exchanged prisoners, yet thousands remain captive

Ukraine and Russia have exchanged prisoners, yet thousands remain captive

UN: Almost 340M people in close to 70 countries will need aid

UN: Almost 340M people in close to 70 countries will need aid

US firm awarded $1.2B to produce weapons for Kiev

US firm awarded $1.2B to produce weapons for Kiev

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