The Heat: NATO Summit at 70

Leaders from its 29 member states gathered in London this week to discuss major issues confronting the group including security and the fight against terrorism.

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The Heat: Climate emergency

Declaring a “climate emergency” – For the first time, scientists used the expression in a study and called for rapid and radical changes to reverse the course. On tonight’s episode of the Heat, the panel discusses those findings with one of the authors of the report.

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The Heat: Bolivia crisis

Bolivia remains in political limbo, after Evo Morales resigned as president and accepted asylum in Mexico following a disputed election. What can we expect for the future of Bolivia?

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The Heat: Spain Election

Voters in Spain went to the polls on Sunday in the country’s second general election since April. It was also Spain’s fourth general election in the last four years.

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The Heat: Catalonia protests

An estimated half a million people flood the streets of Barcelona, after a court sentences several leaders for fighting for Catalonian independence from Spain.

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The Heat: China’s 70th Anniversary

Chinese President Xi Jinping joined thousands in Tiananmen Square for a massive celebration. It included a large military parade with 15,000 personnel taking part. On display were some of China’s new and advanced weapons including the Dongfeng-41 nuclear missile.

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The Heat: Hungary nationalism and mass urbanization

The challenges of mass urbanization. As more people are moving to cities, we will take a look on what a key UN agency is doing to prepare authorities to manage the increasing burden. Also, why Hungary decided not to join the European plan to curb carbon emissions?

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