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Hosted by Dion Fanning, Ireland Unfiltered features stripped-back, honest conversations with some of the biggest names in Irish entertainment, sport, politics and media. Fanning also speaks to notable international figures on some of the most important issues affecting Ireland today. Ireland Unfiltered will be available every Tuesday. Together with Carlsberg Ireland.
 
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Web users show solidarity for the victims of a deadly attack on a church in the southern French city of Nice, as #catholique trends online. Also, following the attack, the former Malaysian prime minister published a series of controversial tweets, the most shocking of which was eventually flagged by Twitter but not removed. Many were left wondering…
 
After a newborn baby was found abandoned in the toilets at Doha International Airport, 13 Australian women had to undergo a forced "genital examination" before boarding their flight from Doha to Sydney. The newborn is still unidentified, according to Hamad International Airport. In other news, Lebanon has its own version of "Lady Liberty": a new st…
 
A statue of General Baquedano in Chile, which was painted and repainted red during demonstrations, has become a symbol of sometimes violent protests in the country. But first: the beheaded teacher in France was the "victim of an angry social media campaign", according to Reuters. In other news, a cat geoglyph that dates back to 200-100 BC has been …
 
The killing of more than one million minks has started in Denmark. The animals will be culled due to a massive Covid-19 outbreak in nearly 60 mink fur farms in North Jutland. In response, the Dutch government has ordered all mink fur farms to permanently close by March 2021. In other news, Disney strengthens its content advisory for racism in many …
 
#BoycottNBC is trending, as the network faces a backlash for scheduling the Trump event at the same time as Biden’s ABC town hall. In other news, a French museum has had to cancel an exhibit on Genghis Khan after an interference by the Chinese government. Chinese authorities asked the museum to remove the words “Genghis Khan”, “Mongol”, and “empire…
 
Argentina has recorded 485 deaths in a single day, its highest tally since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, France is introducing new legislation to protect child stars on platforms such as YouTube, TikTok and Facebook. It's the first country to do so. In other news: Happy 80th birthday to John Lennon! The slain Beatle's birthday …
 
The vice presidential debate "actually matters this time", according to the Washington Post and other media. Meanwhile, in environmental headlines: last month was the hottest September ever on record, the Amazon rainforest could become a savannah and California has its first "gigafire" in modern history. In other news, tributes pour in on social me…
 
In Chile, protests restart where they left off before the pandemic; a video of a 16-year-old boy being thrown off a bridge by police has gone viral and sparked outrage in the country. Here in France, restaurants in the capital now have to register contact details for customers, a measure that already exists in neighbouring countries such as Portuga…
 
In a positive twist, the LGBTQ community seizes the Proud Boys hashtag and posts images of love, not hate. Meanwhile, the hashtag #Rihannaiscancelled is trending. The pop star faces backlash for using a song containing an Islamic hadith during her Savage X Fenty show; many are accusing her of cultural appropriation. But first, we look the many ways…
 
We take at the look at some of the flood of reactions on the internet to Donald Trump testing positive for Covid-19. Plus, as tensions rise with Armenia, Azerbaijan's military has released a bizarre music video. And has new Netflix show "Emily in Paris" hit the mark? Not if you ask the French.저자 FRANCE 24 English
 
Leaked documents about how the British government is considering treating asylum seekers have caused an outcry. The leaks were published by different news sources, detailing how Downing Street and the Home Office plan to crack down on migration. Proposals range from sending migrants to offshore asylum centres to having asylum seekers processed on d…
 
We take a look at some of the many hashtags surrounding US President Donald Trump’s tax returns. Following the New York Times's bombshell findings, Twitter is alight with anger, disgust and humour. #750dollars #FakeBillionaire and #VoteHimOut are just some of the many trending terms. The 45th POTUS says the reports are all "Fake News". We also look…
 
We take a look at online reactions to the stabbing in Paris that left two journalists badly injured. The attack in Paris's 11th district seems symbolic to many, taking place as it did outside Charlie Hebdo's former offices, and as alleged accomplices in the 2015 terrorist attack stand trial.저자 FRANCE 24 English
 
Uncle Ben's rice has rebranded as Ben's Original. The brand announced the name and logo change in an effort to eliminate racist imagery. Following the Black Lives Matter movement, other brands have made similar changes. Meanwhile in France, new restrictive measures to curb the spread of Covid-19 have been met with a backlash. Demonstrations will be…
 
Many airlines including Qantas are following the trend. People who miss flying can now take a flight with destination of nowhere. This was the airline's fastest-selling flight in its history, as people rush to buy roundtrip scenic flights that land where you depart. In other news, we look at Charlie Hebdo's never-ending battle for "liberté". French…
 
From today in France, the Covid-19 rules in primary schools are being relaxed. But with cases continuing to rise, the move is worrying some parents and teachers. Meanwhile, the UK is bringing in new restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus, as the public mood grows more critical of the government. Finally, we take a look at reactions to t…
 
Donald Trump has said that he will announce his nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by the end of the week, just weeks before the presidential election. The announcement has inflamed Democrats, who insist the decision should wait until after the vote. A Trump nomination would tilt the court 6-3 in favour of conservatives. Meanwhile in Fr…
 
Donald Trump is setting up a “Patriotic Education Commission” to promote a "pro-American curriculum" in US schools–or a propagandist “Hitler Youth” programme, as some commentators see it. Elsewhere, women protesters in Belarus and an anonymous website targeting Hong Kong pro-democracy activists, are both employing a doxing strategy.…
 
The candidate has been struggling with Cuban and Venezuelan voters. Trump tweeted a video of a Biden event that Twitter labelled ‘manipulated media.’ In other news, we may run out of names for hurricanes in this year’s record-breaking season.저자 FRANCE 24 English
 
French President Emmanuel Macron compares the dismissal of 5G technology to an "Amish model". Opponents say he is avoiding the debate over the health and environmental issues tied to the development of a 5G network. But first, online and offline, jailed Algerian journalist Khaled Drareni becomes a symbol of press freedom. In other news, actor John …
 
The Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris was seen wearing a pair of low-rise black Converse during a campaign appearance in Milwaukee. The online community is praising the move as it resonates with different voters. Meanwhile in France, the hashtag #Lundi14Septembre is trending, as female students urge others to dress "provocatively…
 
Dion is joined by stand-up comedian and actor, Jack Whitehall, ahead of his headline comedy shows at The Three Arena this December. Whitehall discusses why when it comes to making it on the comedy scene, privilege and class won't get you far and how he deals with his posh guilt. Whitehall also discusses his unique relationship with his father both …
 
This week on Ireland Unfiltered, Dion is joined by Irish-Canadian novelist and screenwriter, Emma Donoghue. Donoghue discusses the story behind bringing her award-winning novel, Room, to the big screen and the reality of life as a touring author. Donoghue also reflects on the Ireland she left behind as a young, gay woman and the changes her country…
 
Prior to the release of his debut album, Without Fear, Dion Fanning was joined by Irish musician and songwriter, Dermot Kennedy. Kennedy discussed his journey from busking on Grafton Street to playing headline arena gigs and the help he had along the way. He also discusses how he cultivated a loyal fanbase through his lyrics and the creative proces…
 
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