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July 25, 2016
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PRI's The World: 07/22/2016 A shooting attack in Munich has resulted in several deaths at a shopping mall. Also, "Americanism, not globalism" was how Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump described his party's credo Thursday night. But what exactly does "Americanism" mean? Plus, a couple of food stalls in Singapore earn the famed Michelin stars.
PRI's The World: 07/21/2016 Donald Trump is getting ready to accept the Republican nomination for president of the United States. We'll take a close look at what a Trump presidency might mean for some major foreign policy issues, from NATO to Gitmo. There will also be conversations about his stances on climate change and global trade. Plus, we'll hear views on Trump and his proposed policies from Mexico, Nigeria and China.
PRI's The World: 07/20/2016
World Headlines
Ansbach explosion: Bomber pledged allegiance to IS Video showing the Syrian man who blew himself up in Ansbach, Germany, pledging allegiance to so-called Islamic State is found on his phone, officials say.
US election: Sanders supporters boo call to back Clinton Bernie Sanders supporters boo and jeer at a rally when he urges them to unite around his former Democratic Party rival, Hillary Clinton.
Spain registers first Zika microcephaly birth in Europe A woman with the Zika virus gives birth in Spain to a baby with microcephaly, said to be the first such birth registered in Europe.
Does a CEO's pay reflect how well a company performs?
Not so much, says one study that tracked the performance and pay of 800 CEOs in the U.S.
The financial role of a party's political chair
The influence a party's chair has over candidate fundraising, media censorship in China, and a student-run town.
Economy is fodder for politics
The state of the economy will influence voters and offer talking points to both parties' candidates.
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