Podcast: Rising oil prices, Saudi cyberattacks, and Turkey’s ‘rape law’
Welcome back to Middle East Weekly, JMEPP’s weekly news podcast.
This week we’ll be discussing OPEC’s decision to cut oil production, a powerful cyberattack in Saudi Arabia, and a controversial bill in Turkey that would excuse some cases of statutory rape.
Middle East Weekly goes behind the headlines on the region, explaining and analyzing the most pressing issues of the week. Soon you’ll be able to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Click here for the previous episode of Middle East Weekly.
This episode is hosted by Joseph Ataman and Sam Bollier, with Hind Alboom reporting.
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