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Turkey Set To Begin Work on Massive Canal Project

Turkey is set to begin construction of a huge canal on the edge of Istanbul soon, aimed at easing traffic in the Bosphorus. The nearly 10-billion-dollar canal will link the Sea of Marmara with the Black Sea and is estimated to be completed in seven years. Many have described the plan to build a 45-km canal through Istanbul, as risky as it is ambitious. But the Turkish government argues that diversified trade routes are crucial in keeping global trade flowing. So do the benefits of the canal outweigh the risks? Guests: Taha Meli Arvas Financial Analyst Guido Cozzi Professor at St Gallen University

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UK Housing: London residents take to canals for housing

Venice tests a new flood barrier system

Venice tests a new flood barrier system

5.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Istanbul

5.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Istanbul

Istanbul under curfew in 360

Istanbul under curfew in 360

Decoded: MENA’s Nuclear Options

Decoded: MENA’s Nuclear Options

Is India's COVID Crisis Threatening Modi's Hold on Power?

Is India's COVID Crisis Threatening Modi's Hold on Power?

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Biden and the Economy

Turkey-US Partnership Needs a New Beginning

Turkey-US Partnership Needs a New Beginning

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BALKANS BORDERS: Could they be redrawn?

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US tech firms report surge in profits as economy recovers | Money Talks

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Surrealism is Me | My Octopus Teacher | Crime and Justice

On the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis | Bigger Than Five

On the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis | Bigger Than Five

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