New Year, new show time! Behind the Headlines will now be broadcast 2 hours earlier than previously, that's 12-2pm EST / 5-7pm UTC / 6-8pm CET
New Year celebrations apparently passed relatively uneventfully in Germany, which last year took in a staggering 1.1 million refugees fleeing Western wars in the Middle East and North Africa. But then, four days later, descriptions of very ugly scenes in Cologne emerged in the media.
People took to the streets to protest against ‘sexual terrorism’ committed by ‘a thousand’ refugees, officials began retracting and contradicting earlier statements, and mass hysteria broke out in Germany and across the Western world as the media hinted at a massive cover-up.
On today’s episode of Behind the Headlines, we’re joined by Dutch Sott.net editor Amari Roos to discuss the backlash against refugees in Europe, the latest developments in the Middle East, the many ‘Islamic terror’-related incidents around the world thus far in 2016, and some of the recent extreme weather events.
Join us from 12-2pm EST / 5-7pm UTC / 6-8pm CET this Sunday, 17 January 2016, for a global perspective on current events
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