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The latest news from around the world, delivered each weeknight, brought to you by the ABC News team.

Friday
Aug292014

"World News Tonight" Podcast - August 29, 2014

Amy Robach anchors from New York City.

Rising Threat: A major American ally now saying an attack is "highly likely".

Wicked Weather: Tornadoes, flash floods and severe storms make their way across the country. ABC's meteorologist Ginger Zee has how it will impact your holiday weekend.

Serious Condition:  We learn more about the condition of comedienne Joan Rivers.

Volcano Eruption:
  Airlines and scientists monitor two volcanoes at opposite ends of the globe.

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Thursday
Aug282014

"World News Tonight" Podcast - August 28, 2014

Amy Robach anchors from New York City.

No strategy: The president with a surprising acknowledgment about the fight against the terror group ISIS.

Beach alert: Wild waves demolish a lifeguard station as two monster storms close beaches heading into the Labor Day weekend.

Unfriendly skies:  The passenger accused of attacking a flight attendant in another fight over seat space -- and the air marshals who broke it up.

Health crisis:
  Joan Rivers in critical condition in a New York hospital -- the comic legend, fighting for her life.

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Wednesday
Aug272014

World News Podcast - August 27th, 2014

An American mother’s plea to Isis for the life of her son who is held hostage by the brutal terrorists. Monster waves and powerful rip currents at California beaches as two powerful hurricanes move through the Pacific. ABC’s chief medical editor Doctor Richard Besser updates us on the spread of the Ebola virus as he reports from Liberia. A debate prompted by a video of a 9 year old girl at a gun range in Arizona. This and more on the World News Podcast.

 

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Tuesday
Aug262014

World News Podcast - August 26th, 2014

An American from the Midwest has been killed in Syria after fighting for ISIS. Hurricanes on both coasts are causing big waves and dangerous rip tides along the country’s beaches. A case of air rage on an United Airlines flight, after two passengers got into a fight over the use of “Knee Defenders.” There’s growing backlash against Burger King over the fast food giant’s decision to move to Canada. And, ABC’s Steve Osunsami with the woman on a mission to make sure every child feels special, even in the most difficult times. This and more on the World News Podcast.

 

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Monday
Aug252014

World News Podcast - August 25th, 2014

An emotional day of mourning in Ferguson, Missouri, as thousands attended the funeral for Michael Brown. American journalist Theo Curtis is now free, after being held hostage for two years by a Syrian terrorist group. Now his mother is speaking out to ABC News. The cleanup is underway in the Napa Valley, after a 6.0 magnitude earthquake early Sunday morning. A man and his dog are lucky to be alive after being attack by a mother bear and her cubs in the woods of West Virginia. And, ABC’s Linsey Davis with the extra fees being added onto your hotel room bill. This and more on the World News Podcast.

 

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