27 Burst results for "Aegean Sea"

"aegean sea" Discussed on Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on Hidden Brain

"You've spent decades reading about and trying to emulate some of the greatest philosophers whoever lived. I'm wondering if you can tell me the story of musonius Rufus, I understand he ran a foul of an emperor and was banished to a desolate island, but survived it in some ways by drawing on the same philosophical tradition that is informed your own life. Yeah, the stoic philosophers had an unfortunate tendency to get in trouble with the powers that be and to be banished by them. So several of the most famous stoics spent time banished. You get sent out to an island, and the island that mesones was sent to was one of the particularly bad islands, Greek island of in the Aegean Sea. It's described as a desolate rock. He went there and discovered that it wasn't uninhabited that there were a handful of fishermen who figured out a way to make a living there. So what he did is he spent his time. On the island, studying the island, he found a new spring on the island that the locals didn't know about. He was visited from time to time on the island by his students and they thought they were coming to cheer him up. He would cheer them up when they got there and listened to their problems. Because what did he do? He did what he could, with what he had, where he was. He was the target of injustice, and yet refused to play the role of victim of injustice. It's a different mindset altogether. A victim might wallow in self pity, a target rises and thinks what am I going to do next in order to minimize the harm that this targeting has done to me. So there were three techniques that he practiced to minimize the harm that was done to him. And I want to discuss them one by one because I think they carry deep psychological insight. The first has to do with an understanding of what he could control and what he couldn't control. Talk about this idea Bill. Yes, this is the dichotomy of control, although in my own worksite broken it into a trichotomy of control. So things you have complete control over those would be your values, those would be the choices that you make. Things you have no control over at all are like whether the sun rises tomorrow. So the first bit of advice stoic advice and this comes from you Sonia's student epictetus, one of the four great Roman stoic philosophers, the advice is, don't spend your time thinking about things you have no control over. Because you can't control them. It's a waste of time. You should instead spend that time, thinking very carefully about things you do have control over, including your values. And then there's this interesting middle category, and that's the category of things you have some but not complete control over. So one analogy I use is preparing for a tennis match. You can't control how hard your opponent practices you can't control the weather conditions on the day of the match. But there are things you can control, like how hard you train, like the strategy you come up with for doing the match, and that's what you should be focusing your attention on. And let me take a little bit of a side trip here when a stoic is has finished whatever he was preparing for is over. He won't judge himself on the basis of whether he won or lost, he'll judge himself on whether he did the most with what he had available to him. And if he did that, that success, because that's all he could do, you know, to measure success by some higher standard is sheer lunacy. The second technique that masonia is practiced on this desolate island was to remind himself that things could have been much worse. Why did he do this and what did he do Bill? Yeah, this is a phenomenon known as anchoring. And whatever situation you're in, is it good or bad? Well, it depends. It depends on what. It depends on what you're comparing it to. So for instance, you know, we're going through this COVID pandemic. I've been asked by many people. So what would a stoic do under these circumstances? And I suggested, well, one of the things they would do is they would do this game of anchoring, and they would think about how things could be worse. And it's interesting because my students said, now this is as bad as things get. And then I tell them the story of the blitz in London during World War II. I can date day and night indiscriminate attacks continue. Where it wasn't that you were locked into your apartment. It was that you had to leave your apartment every night. In underground shelters they dauntless Britain carried on undismayed. Go into a subway tunnel and sleep with 300 strangers on the ground, get up the next morning and go back to your apartment in the hopes that it hadn't been bombed into a rubble. The night before. Never in history as an entire people fall so frightful and ordeal so bravely. You know and once you put it into that frame, then you start thinking, you know, this.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on AP News

"Canceled in the U.S. with airlines saying they have too many workers out sick Snowy and cold weather in the west may also impede travel The Sierra nevadas under a winter storm warning until Tuesday up to 5 feet of snow could fall around Lake Tahoe President Biden and his wife spent Christmas Eve day visiting hospitalized youngsters at national children's hospital and they joined norad in answering calls to a Santa tracking hot line This kid you want me to hold A horse Of course How soon are you going to get a horse in his sleigh Calls were mostly pleasant but one father got this in at the end I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well Thank you Let's go Brandon Let's go Brandon and I agree The president didn't seem to catch the intent The phrase has become widely used by conservatives as a stand in for a phrase we can't repeat on the air about the president Ed Donahue Washington Authorities in Greece are investigating a deadly incident in the Aegean Sea where migrants died after the boat they were in capsized A suspected shark attack has killed a surfer off Moro bay in central California There are more legal problems for a North Carolina man awaiting trial for allegedly assaulting two police officers at the U.S. capitol during the January insurrection 29 year old James grant was arrested this month on a drunk driving charge and had an assault rifle in his vehicle This is a P news Come December 31st the Biden administration will be lifting that travel ban for 8 South African countries put into effect because of the variant The restrictions were imposed last month in hopes of slowing the spread of the amaron variant of COVID-19 after South African health officials first identified it there the move barred nearly all non U.S. citizens who had recently been in South Africa or in nearby countries White House says the temporary travel bans bought scientists necessary time to study a Macron and conclude that current vaccinations are effective in blunting its impact Ben Thomas Washington The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments January 7th.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on AP News

"Canceled in the U.S. with airlines saying they have too many workers out sick Snowy and cold weather in the west may also impede travel The Sierra nevadas under a winter storm warning until Tuesday up to 5 feet of snow could fall around Lake Tahoe President Biden and his wife spent Christmas Eve day visiting hospitalized youngsters at national children's hospital and they joined norad in answering calls to a Santa tracking hot line A horse Of course How Santa got to get a horse in his sleigh Calls were mostly pleasant but one father got this in at the end I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well Let's go Brandon Let's go Brandon and I agree The president didn't seem to catch the intent The phrase has become widely used by conservatives as a stand in for a phrase we can't repeat on the air about the president Ed Donahue Washington Authorities in Greece are investigating a deadly incident in the Aegean Sea where migrants died after the boat they were in capsized A suspected shark attack has killed a surfer off Moro bay in central California There are more legal problems for a North Carolina man awaiting trial for allegedly assaulting two police officers at the U.S. capitol during the January insurrection 29 year old James grant was arrested this month on a drunk driving charge and had an assault rifle in his vehicle This is a P news Come December 31st the Biden administration will be lifting that travel ban for 8 South African countries put into effect because of the variant The restrictions were imposed last month in hopes of slowing the spread of the variant of COVID-19 after South African health officials first identified it there the move barred nearly all non U.S. citizens who had recently been in South Africa or in nearby countries White House says the temporary travel bans bought scientists necessary time to study a Macron and conclude that current vaccinations are effective in blunting its impact Ben Thomas Washington The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments January 7th on whether the Biden administration can order workers at private companies and healthcare employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 until the court rules millions of workers are facing a patchwork of requirements depending on where they live I'm Jackie Quinn a P news Consumer prices soared last month leading to the highest annual inflation rate in nearly four decades Prices in November were up 6.8% from a year earlier the most since 1982 for everything from food to electronics to rental cars Americans are paying more offsetting the higher wages many are receiving But top White House economist Brian D says real world evidence points to the news not being as bad as it seems Noting drops in oil and gas prices We've seen real progress in unsticking some of the supply chain bottlenecks Other economists are hopeful consumers will get some relief next year after inflation peaks and then eases Sagar Meghani Washington German lawmakers have overwhelmingly backed a bill that requires staff at hospitals and nursing homes to get immunized against the coronavirus Germany's health minister has told parliament the vaccine mandate is necessary because it's completely unacceptable that after two years of the pandemic people who have entrusted their care to us are dying unnecessarily in institutions because unvaccinated people work there adding the new government can not accept this After the bill's passing parliament's upper house the bundesrat approved the bill hours later a second more contentious bill that would make COVID-19 shots compulsory for all is being prepared and could be debated by parliament next month I'm Charles De Ledesma If you've got an insurance question you could talk to a dentist but instead of filling you in on ways to save on your policies he'd probably be too busy filling in that loose crown Or you could talk to your local Geico.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on WTOP

"Patient first now open an Aspen Hill Physicians x-rays lab tests and prescription drugs It's 7 41 On this Christmas Eve at least 6 people are dead and several missing in a new migrant boat accident The Greek coast guard says at least 6 people are dead and more than a dozen people are believed to be missing After a boat carrying migrants capsized in the Aegean Sea late Friday at least 20 people have died in Greek waters in three separate accidents in as many days In Friday night's incident the Greek coast guard says 57 people were rescued after a sailboat capsized some 5 miles off the island of potters in the central Aegean survivors told the coast guard about 80 people had been on the vessel Greece is a popular entry point into Europe for people fleeing conflict and poverty in Africa the Middle East and Asia I Mike Gracia Here at home a Washington football team player is in the hospital after a loud and county crash that killed a woman in his car It happened last night Has details It happened around 9 15 on gum spring road near ticonderoga road loudon county sheriff's confirms that the chaser Everett apparently drove a Nissan GTR when the car veered off the road 29 year old passenger Olivia Peters died at the hospital Everett was taken to the hospital his injuries are serious but not considered life threatening sheriff's deputies are including speed in their investigation into the deadly crash In loudon counting the law can stain double UTL P news Peters was from Rockville she was an alumna of our lady of good counsel high school and only and she'd recently started an occupational therapy business in Vegas Her family says they are devastated by the loss of their brilliant and beautiful Olivia They say her passion of treating special needs and underprivileged children was the sole focus of her life The Washington football team also has a statement saying it extends its deepest sympathies to the family and friends who lost Peters and who were concerned about ever its survival The team says it's alerted the league office and is working with local authorities to get more information It's 7 43 The following is a paid commercial message He was born in an obscure village the child of a peasant woman He never wrote a book He never held an office He never went to college He never traveled more than 200 miles from the place where he was born He went through a mockery of a child and was nailed upon a cross between two thieves And when he died he was laid in a borrowed tomb 19th centuries have come and gone and today he is still the centerpiece of the human race All the armies that ever marched all the navies that ever sailed All the parliaments that ever sat in all the kings that ever rain put together have not affected the life of man on this earth as powerfully as this one solitary life Not a sermon just a thought and Mary Christmas For more information check out our website not a.

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13 dead, others missing in migrant boat accident in Aegean Sea

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

13 dead, others missing in migrant boat accident in Aegean Sea

"Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting Greek Greek authorities authorities say say at at least least six six people people are are dead dead and and several several are are missing missing and and then then you you migrant migrant boat boat accident accident the the Greek Greek coastguard coastguard says says at at least least six six people people are are dead dead and and more more than than a a dozen dozen people people are are believed believed to to be be missing missing after after a a boat boat carrying carrying migrants migrants capsized capsized in in the the Aegean Aegean Sea Sea late late Friday Friday at at least least twenty twenty people people have have died died in in Greek Greek waters waters in in three three separate separate accidents accidents in in as as many many days days in in Friday Friday night's night's incident incident the the Greek Greek coastguard coastguard says says fifty fifty seven seven people people were were rescued rescued after after sailboat sailboat capsized capsized some some five five miles miles off off the the island island of of bottles bottles in in the the central central Aegean Aegean survivors survivors told told the the Coast Coast Guard Guard about about eighty eighty people people had had been been on on the the vessel vessel Greece Greece is is a a popular popular entry entry point point into into Europe Europe for for people people fleeing fleeing conflict conflict and and poverty poverty in in Africa Africa the the Middle Middle East East and and Asia Asia hi hi

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"aegean sea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And made the dangerous journey to safety and a new life. Sarah and her sister, both competitive swimmers, not only swam across the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece, but also rescued other refugees after their inflatable boat gave up on them. Will now Sarah is standing trial in her adopted country. She's accused of facilitating undocumented migration into the EU. Well, for more I'm joined by the journalist Lydia Emanuel, who is currently on lesvos, awaiting the start of the trial. You're in front of the courthouse, aren't you Lydia? Right. That's right. I'm right in front of the lesbos courthouse where we're expecting some of the 20 plus humanitarian workers who are being put on child today for assisting asylum seekers who are arriving on lesbians and shores in the aftermath of the height of the migration crisis, you know, lesbos was kind of the epicenter. We had hundreds of thousands of people arriving in Greece in 2015 and 2016. And people like Sarah martini, who you mentioned were on lesbos assures assisting with search and rescue operations. And they're now being they're facing a number of charges, including human trafficking money laundering fraud and espionage. And, you know, Sarah is just one of the defendants in this case. And she has a particularly compelling story as you probably know. It's being turned into a Netflix documentary. In fact, she's a Syrian refugee herself. She made this journey the dangerous journey from Turkey to lesbos by rubber boat in 2016 and the dinghy that she and her sister who's an Olympic swimmer were on. Started capsizing. And she and her sister got out of the boat and literally dragged like when your show excuse me for the background noise. They're starting to be more emotional outside the courthouse. But she and her sister literally pulled the dengue that 20 plus people were on to safety. And then, you know, Sarah came back to Greece and started doing humanitarian humanitarian work, rescuing, you know, doing search and rescue missions as part of this organization. And now she and her colleagues are facing all these charges. And of course, you know, she and the other defendants and their lawyers deny that any of this is true, they say that these charges are farcical and politically motivated. So how have we gone from the stage of two sisters one of whom as you say ends up being an Olympic swimmer? And the other one devotes herself to what she believes are humanitarian courses causes. How do we go from that to a woman who finds herself, not physically on trial, 'cause she's not allowed to come to Greece. She's been banned. Finding her entire life at stake, she could face 8 years in prison for this. Right, absolutely. And thank you for mentioning that Sarah wanted to be to be here for the trial and to stand with her colleagues. But she's actually been banned from traveling to Greece for 7 years. She's been deemed a liability to public safety. She did request to be able to come here, but a judge denied her denied her that. And so she won't be appearing today. But what you're mentioning, there is a shift that we've seen over the last few years. You know, at the beginning of the so called migration crisis, people on lesbos and authorities were seen as being much more welcoming to the people arriving. You know, some of the locals here on mesmer swore nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize because of the work they did. But over the last few years, we've seen what a lot of people are calling, describing as the criminalization of asylum seekers and the people who work with them and there have been many cases of authorities. Greek authorities and in Europe, more widely going after humanitarian workers, volunteers, and even asylum seekers themselves. So what has been the reaction in Greece? I mean, is this change because of popular demand or is this being or is this coming from elsewhere? Yeah, I mean, we've had, you know, for the last couple of years, a more right leaning government here in Greece that has been behind a lot of what I have described. Of course, here on lesbos, there are many there are still, you know, humanitarian workers, NGOs who, of course, stand in solidarity with their colleagues. But what we've also seen that's been really interesting to observe for me as somebody who's been doing work here for a while is this kind of chilling effect that this has had. I mean, you know, I personally know many a geo workers here who in the past have been much more vocal posting on social media about events going on talking about things being critical of the government. And more recently, people have actively tried to keep more quiet because they're afraid of how the things they post online the things that they say the things they do, their work might be used against them. What is it likelihood of a conviction of these 20 or so people? That is a really good question that I wish I knew the answer to, but nobody knows. We'll have to wait and see. I mean, there was a similar, as you might know case in 2000 18 here on lesbos again, where 5 volunteer aid workers from Spain and from Denmark, you might remember the three Spanish firefighters were put on trial for doing search and rescue missions on both. They were eventually acquitted of charges that are very similar to the ones that are being in the humanitarian workers are facing today. This is obviously the result that the lawyers and the humanitarian workers are hoping for, but it's something we'll have to wait and see how the hearing goes today. Lydia Emanuel on lesvos. Thank you so much.

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Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

Can We Health You?

02:19 min | 8 months ago

Off the Spice Rack: The History of Salt

"Okay. So the history of salt is fairly simple. Animals war paths to salt licks men followed trails became roads and settlements group aside them legit beside the salt licks. Yeah cassette beside the roads yet. Getting to the on these are these. Are these salt route so eventually and this is exactly what you just spoke about. Eventually the human menu shifted from salt rich game two serials. Like when crop started growing ray and some more salt was needed to supplement the diet when humans started eating more cereals. Okay so but cereals that you hate right. The modern day cereal grains barley right. Yeah those are considered cereals in times. Yes yeah i'm still. Yeah not not cereal boxes. Not fruit loops. Now that's when everything went downhill. The demise mandy but the underground the underground deposits started to become further away from the settlements and scarcity kept the mineral precious so as civilization spread. Salt became one of the world's principal trading commodities routes to the salt reservoirs. And i'm like showing you reservoir picture if you will of a slot reservoir leading to that reservoir. These routes crossed and trade centers crisscrossed the globe. One of the most traveled lead from morocco south across the sahara and timbuktu just a super famous spot to gather. You feel like that's the furthest point ever. I know yeah. This ships bearing salt from egypt to greece travel. The mediterranean and the aegean sea venice's wealth centuries ago was attributable to salt which venetians traded with constantinople spices when in in twelve ninety five marco polo delighted with tales of the value of salt coins. Bearing the seal of the grant genghis khan

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Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

"Are forced to rush to the waterfront and wait for rescue boats after being urged to Vac evacuated Turkish resort town We get the very latest now from CBS is Adriana de Wildfires in Turkey are blamed for at least six deaths. Panicked tourists in the Aegean Sea resort of Bodrum had to flee hotels as a new fire erupted there. The Coast Guard asked private boats and yachts to help with evacuations. Almost 100 fires are burning across that region. Heat wave across southern Europe, fed by hot air from Africa has led to wildfires across the Mediterranean. Alright, we've

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Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

"S. Wildfires in Turkey are blamed for at least six deaths. Panicked tourists in the Aegean Sea resort of Bodrum had to flee hotels as a new fire erupted there. The Coast Guard asked private boats and yachts to help with evacuations. Almost 100 fires are burning across

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KCRW

"Then it goes out toward the out. See, he says. Wherever it goes, it's bad news for fishermen, and it could get worse. Much as if, uh the government. Yeah, it's bad news. But we haven't seen the fish dying yet, but once the water gets suffocated, I think we're going to see the fish dead as well. Fishermen have noticed smaller amounts of Musa Lidge for several years. But marine scientist Bayram Osterc says the explosive growth could lead to mass mortality of some ocean creatures, muscle oysters, scallops, sea urchins, sea stars, etcetera and some fish suspicious as well. The sea snot is caused by an explosion of living organic matter. Stark says reasons for the surge include the ocean dumping of untreated sewage as well as the rise in temperature due to climate change, He says the danger isn't limited to Turkey. Fuselage has been seen not just in the Marmara but in the Aegean Sea. It is important issue because agency important for Turkey not only Turkey, but also for Greece. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has addressed the issue, promising to clean up the seas as Turkey did earlier. In another waterway, the golden Horn up armies your purse. Did we do this in the Golden horn? We did. Hopefully we will save our C from the Meuse Lige scourge. If it spreads to the Black Sea as well as the Marmara, the trouble will be great. We must do this without delay. Some experts estimate a minimum of five years effort will be required, plus long term changes to prevent it recurring. Harbor Cafe overlooking the Marmara Sea. Zeki issue sits with a fellow longtime fisherman. He says he's been making his living off the water for 43 years. But even before this latest crisis, he could see the writing on the wall for old fashioned hook and line fishermen like him multiple suit. Will get a shave his son, This is the actual telephones were the last generation of this kind of fishing in Istanbul. Look, I'm 60. He's 60 something No one wants to do it. You have to wake up so early, but my body is like a clock. I wake up at four each morning. Remember now he worries that if deceased, not problem isn't solved. Retirement could be looming from any fisherman. Not just the old timers like him. Peter Kenyon NPR NEWS Istanbul,.

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Little girl saved from rubble 3 days after earthquake hits Turkey

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Little girl saved from rubble 3 days after earthquake hits Turkey

"The death toll from Friday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake off turkeys. Aegean Sea coast now stands at 85 people. The quake collapsed several buildings in the city of Izmir. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports, rescuers managed to pull out two girls who survived three days in the rubble. Rescue crews applauded as a 14 year old girl was pulled safely from the remains of one building and hours later, a three year old girl was also rescued. Her mother and sisters had been rescued Saturday. The state news agency says more than 100 people have been rescued so far, but the death toll is expected to keep rising. His crews raced to find more survivors after the rescue effort. Recrimination is over inadequate construction methods. You're likely to follow Turkish media site two reports from Izmir, warning that two of the buildings that collapsed had been built outdated safety standards and we're not earthquake resistant. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS Istanbul,

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"aegean sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Amy Held the homestretch is here today. President Trump is on an intense campaign sprint holding five rallies in five states. Democratic nominee Joe Biden, on the other hand, is focused on one key state Pennsylvania, NPR's Sam Greenglass reports on the final two days of a contentious campaign. Joe Biden will spend the rest of the 2020 campaign in Pennsylvania. Today. He's in Philadelphia, and on Monday he will join up with his running mate, Kamala Harris, to blanket the state. Today. Harris campaigns in Georgia and North Carolina President Trump is hitting five states today. Michigan, Iowa, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. He'll keep a similarly packed schedule. On Monday, the president will close out the campaign in Grand Rapids, Michigan, recreating his last stop of the 2016 campaign that delivered him Michigan and the White House. Sam bring glass NPR news. It's been a record year for early voting with an unprecedented 92 million votes already in, according to the U. S elections project in Texas Republicans are asking that more than 100,000 early ballots be thrown out in the Democrat leaning Harris County. NPR's Alana Wise reports on Republicans latest efforts to cast doubt on election security in the pandemic Democrats and election security experts have dismissed the lawsuit against the Harris County votes as baseless. But Republicans argue that the votes cast by a drive thru violate the constitution and should be deemed invalid. Houston's judge Andrew Hanen, a deeply conservative magistrate is set to hear the complaint on Monday morning as the race for control of Washington Titans. Republicans have called into question the security of voter safety measures. Including mail in ballots and drive through voting. President Trump has repeatedly without evidence claimed that these measures are right for fraud and should not be trusted. Alana WISE. NPR NEWS Washington Turkish Rescue crews pulled a 70 year old man from the rubble of a collapsed building in Izmir today. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports time is running out to find other victims of Friday's earthquake that killed dozens of people and injured nearly 1000. Rescue crews are still looking for survivors in nine buildings in his mere following Friday. 7.0 magnitude earthquake in the Aegean Sea near the Greek island of Samos. Turkish officials say 70 year old Ahmed Chilton was rescued some 33 hours after the building. He was in collapsed Vice President for Act II says more than two dozen damaged buildings in Izmir are slated for demolition..

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"aegean sea" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right. Well, the death toll is rising tonight after a devastating earthquake rattled the Mediterranean, plus another European country preparing to go back into lock down. Let's get over to Aaron for a closer look at tonight's international headlines. We begin with the deadly earthquake in the Aegean Sea that impacted Greece in Turkey tonight. We know at least 39 people were killed in the earthquake. And more than 800. Others were hurt. Rescue teams are sifting through rubble. Of toppled buildings, searching for any hopes of survivors in the debris. Among those rescued on Saturday, a 38 year old mother and her four Children all under the age of 11th responders say they've been able to safely rescue more than 100 people since the earthquake hit. Circus officials urged people not to return to their homes for fears of aftershock that could collapse them. Hundreds of people have spent the last two nights on the streets. Out of fear of returning home. Shifting out to Africa, where an American citizen who was kidnapped this past week was rescued by special ops forces that American was kidnapped in a town in northern and taken across the nearby border into Nigeria. Intelligence officials say the kidnappers were demanded ransom for his safe return. President Trump addressed the rescue mission on Twitter today, posting quote last night, Our country's brave warriors rescued an American hostage in Nigeria. Our nation salutes the courageous soldiers behind the daring nighttime rescue operation. And celebrates the safe return of yet another American citizen shifting once again to England, where today Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a new month long log down. On the same day, the UK UK surpassed one million confirmed Cove in 19 cases. That new lock down will go into effect next Thursday and last until December. 2nd. Under the new restrictions, restaurants can only offer takeout nonissue. Non essential shops must close and people will only be allowed to leave their homes for a short list of reasons, including exercise, but everything from haircuts the vacations out of the country. Got to be put on hold, while the long awaited and second.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KCRW

"Compensation is not $1, as had been previously reported. It specifies a lump sum of $1000 but slowly says he does not intend to submit invoices. Sidney Lumpkin NPR news Kyle Riton house is now in Wisconsin, waiting to stand trial on murder charges connected with the shooting deaths this summer of two demonstrators in Kenosha. The 17 year old was extradited from his home state of Illinois yesterday. Authorities say he came with a militia to stop protests sparked by the police shooting of a black man this summer. Rittenhouse is attorney says the prosecution of his client is quote political, but black lives matter. Activists. Clyde McLemore disagrees. There's nothing political about killing people There's never time to kill is never. He's a murderer. Rittenhouse is case has become a rallying point among some conservatives. Sean Connery, Scottish actor best known for playing James Bond, has died. He was 90. Connery set the standard for inhabiting the role of double 07, beginning in 1962 and reprising the role several times in the film franchise. You're listening to NPR news. In Turkey. Rescue crews are digging through concrete rubble in the city of Izmir. They're looking for survivors of yesterday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports at least 27 people were killed and some 800 were injured. The US Geological Survey put the epicenter of the strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast and near the Greek island of Samos. In his mayor. Onlookers cheered his rescuers lifted survivors from the rubble of collapsed apartment buildings. The earthquake generated small tsunamis that flooded streets in Izmir and in a harbor town on some owes the quake was felt down the Aegean coast and in Istanbul. Hundreds of aftershocks rumbled through the region. Turkey's president and the Greek prime minister exchanged condolences and offers of help. In 1999, a powerful earthquake hit northwestern Turkey. The official death toll was 17,000, but some claimed the actual number was higher. Peter Kenyan NPR.

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In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

"Crews are digging through concrete rubble in the city of Izmir. They're looking for survivors of yesterday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports at least 27 people were killed and some 800 were injured. The US Geological Survey put the epicenter of the strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast and near the Greek island of Samos. In his mayor. Onlookers cheered his rescuers lifted survivors from the rubble of collapsed apartment buildings. The earthquake generated small tsunamis that flooded streets in Izmir and in a harbor town on some owes the quake was felt down the Aegean coast and in Istanbul. Hundreds of aftershocks rumbled through the region. Turkey's president and the Greek prime minister exchanged condolences and offers of help.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"aegean sea" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Strong earthquake Friday morning in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast in the Greek island. Of Sam owes killed 19 people and injured more than 700. Amid collapsed buildings and flooding. Seismologists say the earthquake had a magnitude of 6.9. It was centered in the Aegean. W GM Sports Big 10 football Later this afternoon, Northwestern Visiting Iowa pregame comes your way. A two o'clock kickoff to 30 with David and Ted Al Brecht on 7 20. W g, N and W g on radio dot com. Get the forecast now from the deputy clear calling Rawson for the rest of the overnight alot 31 degrees. It'll here temps ranging from 33 in the loop to 28 in the suburbs later today, mostly sunny, breezy, a mild on this Halloween 2020 high 56 with south winds. At 12 to 28 gusting to 38. Later tonight or Saturday night. We're looking for partly cloudy skies, windy conditions with a low 35. But temps will remain around 50 degrees during the evening hours on Sunday mainly cloudy, windy and much colder and afternoon high of only 39 northwest winds of 20 to 30 gusting to 44. Mostly signing on Monday. Cool 47 things begin to warm up on Election Day Sunny, milder 57. The warmth will continue through most of next week. Wednesday's outlook sunshine and mild with a high of 64. From the WG and weather Center. My camera, Nick, Here's your temperatures. 35 Odo here. 30 Foreign Midway 38 at the lakefront and 32 in Romeoville. I'm Steve Ruxton on Chicago's very own 7 20. W g N Does this place look haunted? No, I don't think so. What about those two creepy girls Come stain a pass. Truly frightening. You know, it's really BC, not a diverse great service You get 24 7 accessorizing stagings..

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rattle parts of Turkey and Greece today, leaving at least 19 people dead and injuring more than 700. The tremor knocked down buildings and triggered a small tsunami. Chaos as buildings collapsed in Turkey's third largest city is mere panicked residents fled into the streets. Paramedics rushed to treat the injured and crews worked furiously to pull out those trapped. Beneath the wreckage. Hundreds of people were hurt and dozens had to be rescued. I thought that the ground was shattered. You can't think at that moment are you trying to do is get out everywhere was collapsing down really panicked, managed to get out at the very last minute. The earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of some O's in the early afternoon local time. The shock wave sent a small tsunami into a coastal district near Izmir, triggering flooding in the streets and the earthquake could be felt as far away as Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul, some 300 miles from Izmir. And in Greece's capital Athens. Seismologist predict the shallow depth of the quakes epicenter could lead to aftershocks for several weeks or even a month.

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Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

PBS NewsHour

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

"Rattle parts of Turkey and Greece today, leaving at least 19 people dead and injuring more than 700. The tremor knocked down buildings and triggered a small tsunami. Chaos as buildings collapsed in Turkey's third largest city is mere panicked residents fled into the streets. Paramedics rushed to treat the injured and crews worked furiously to pull out those trapped. Beneath the wreckage. Hundreds of people were hurt and dozens had to be rescued. I thought that the ground was shattered. You can't think at that moment are you trying to do is get out everywhere was collapsing down really panicked, managed to get out at the very last minute. The earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of some O's in the early afternoon local time. The shock wave sent a small tsunami into a coastal district near Izmir, triggering flooding in the streets and the earthquake could be felt as far away as Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul, some 300 miles from Izmir. And in Greece's capital Athens. Seismologist predict the shallow depth of the quakes epicenter could lead to aftershocks for several weeks or even a month.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KOMO

"President is circling back to states. He won in 2016 rival Joe Biden, also campaigning in Michigan. Later today, with stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, first nationwide, more than 80 million Americans have cast ballots and early voting in Arizona. It's the final day of early voting before Election Day, Texas. Shattering voting records. New data released Friday morning shows more than nine million have already voted in the state of Texas. With voters across Houston Area County smashing all time records. Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's revealing the county has now surpassed the entire voter turnout from 2016. The election is still four days away, maybe season Patera ABC News Washington A third wave of Corona virus cases expanding its grip on the majority of states across the US hospitalizations, also surging in 41 states. In Turkey. At least 14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city. Full House actress Lori Laughlin reported to prison today. Lori Laughlin began serving a two month prison sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scheme. She wasn't due to report to prison until next month, but prosecutors agreed she could begin serving her time sooner, provided she does not seek early release. Lachlan surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew. Team A B C's Aaron Carter Ski, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Game is here. W Chattanooga Room. ABC News I'm Michelle Franzen the map to victory shifting in this presidential race with candidates on the move across key Midwest states today. President Trump in Michigan this hour at a rally in Waterford Township, north of Detroit. Four days from now we're going to win this state on we're going going to win for more great years in the White House, the president is circling back to states. He won in 2016 rival Joe Biden, also campaigning in Michigan. Later today, with stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, first nationwide, more than 80 million Americans have cast ballots and early voting in Arizona. It's the final day of early voting before Election Day. Isis shattering voting record new data released Friday morning shows more than nine million have already voted in the state of Texas. With voters across Houston Area County smashing all time records. Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's revealing the county has now surpassed the entire voter turnout from 2016. The election is still four days away, maybe season Terra ABC News Washington A third wave of Corona virus cases expanding its grip on the majority of states across the US hospitalizations, also surging in 41 states. In Turkey. At least 14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city. Full House actress Lori Laughlin reported the prison today. Lori Laughlin began serving a two month prison sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scheme. She wasn't due to report to prison until next month, but prosecutors agreed she could begin serving her time sooner, provided she does not seek early release. Auckland surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew team. ABC is Aaron Carter ski, You're listening to A B. It's supposed to be the time.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we're going to win for more great years in the White House. The president is circling back to states. He won in 2016 rival Joe Biden, also campaigning in Michigan. Later today, with stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, first nationwide, more than 80 million Americans have cast ballots and early voting in Arizona. It's the final day of early voting before Election Day, Texas shattering voting records. New data released Friday morning shows more than nine million have already voted in the state of Texas with voters across here. Houston area County Smashing all time records here is county clerk Chris Holland's revealing the county has now surpassed the entire voter turnout from 2016. The election is still four days away, maybe season Secretary ABC News Washington A third wave of Corona virus cases expanding its grip on the majority of states across the US hospitalizations, also surging in 41 states. In Turkey At least 14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in his mere turkeys. Third largest city Full House actress Lori Laughlin reported to prison today. Lori Laughlin began serving a two month prison sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scheme. She wasn't due to report to prison until next month, but prosecutors agreed she could begin serving her time sooner, provided she does not seek early release. Auckland surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew team..

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7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

Mark Thompson

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

"14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in his mere turkeys. Third largest city Full House actress

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Pompeo meets with Greek foreign minister

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo meets with Greek foreign minister

"Woman Secretary of State Mike Pompeii always said to swing through Southern Europe this week. Joanna Kisses has more. Pompeo is expected to travel to the northern city of Thessaloniki on Monday into the NATO base at Suda Bay on the island of Crete. On Tuesday. He will also meet with the Greek prime minister Kitty across Mitsotakis and with Foreign Minister Nikos then B s. Pompeo's visit comes at a time when Greece and fellow NATO ally Turkey have revived a years long dispute over maritime borders in the Aegean Sea. The dispute has become increasingly nationalistic, with both countries upping their military presence in the Aegean. The leaders of NATO and the European Union have spent weeks trying to negotiate a diplomatic solution for NPR news. I'm Joanna

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"aegean sea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Going to Greece's border with Turkey to assess the build up of migrants trying to cross into Europe the technician authorities have been encouraging migrants and refugees to go right up to the border both here in northern Greece where there are thousands of people gathered on the border and also hundreds crossing to the Greek islands in the Aegean it does appear that there's been a concerted effort by the Turkish authorities to encourage people to leave in the last few days if that is not to dress well the European Union really is trying his best to keep people out but certainly in the in the Aegean Sea it's very hard to see how they can stop all of those boats movies records wanted Jonah Fisher Japan's Olympics minister says the contractor holding Olympic Games only specifies the event to be held during twenty twenty implies the Olympics could be held later in the year to the coronavirus breaking news analysis at town hall dot com to reserve certain models of apple iPhones could receive twenty five dollars from the company as part of a settlement of a phone slowdown case to help preserve the batteries were spotted Jackie Quinn with that story the settlement is to resolve multiple class action lawsuits that apple intentionally slow down phone performance in certain older models to avoid the phones shutting off because of battery fatigue plaintiffs named in the suit will get more but other apple owners who had certain types of iPhone six seven or S. E. models will be eligible for twenty five dollars in compensation plaintiffs say they bought new phones but all they had to do was get new batteries apple does not admit to wrongdoing and a federal judge still needs to sign off on the proposed settlement to the battery gate case hi Jackie Quinn more of the stories that tell hold on com I'm John Scott sixty.

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"aegean sea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"aegean sea" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"IRA into wealth growth machine text the word gold to four nine seven seven six it's time to stop being crazy text gold to four nine seven seven six senior European officials are going to Greece's border with Turkey to assess the buildup of migrants trying to cross into Europe the Turkish authorities have been encouraging migrants and refugees to go right up to the border both here in northern Greece where there are thousands of people gathered on the border and also hundreds crossing to the Greek islands in the Aegean it does appear that there's been a concerted effort by the Turkish authorities to encourage people to leave in the last few days if that is not to dress well the European Union really is trying its best to keep people out but certainly in the in the Aegean Sea it's very hard to see how they can stop all of those boats since BBC correspondent Jonah Fisher pharmaceutical company Sandoz is re has agreed to pay a hundred ninety five million dollar penalty to resolve criminal charges of conspiring to fix prices and rig bids to stifle competition for generic drugs breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com in traffic we've got the answer C. H. P. trying to clear out a crash for your Tracy commute unfortunately this is west bound to all five right in that morning commute and mountain house parkway two vehicles involved middle lane is blocked Christine stop traffic complaints and wrote the delays actually begin right around eleven three so it is a goal right so far for the morning commute out of Tracy west bound to all five stop traffic due to an accident right now parkway in all for the bay bridge toll plaza delays in the outside pass lanes to about the middle east parking lot at the metering lights were still off boarding gate bridge traffic is moving well south down one oh one out of Marin county as traffic intensity the answer sixty AM the answer presents an evening with Dinesh d'souza bestselling author filmmaker and conservative provocateur Dinesh d'souza brings his unique.

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As refugee numbers rise, Greece and Turkey face new border challenges

Inside Europe

04:02 min | 2 years ago

As refugee numbers rise, Greece and Turkey face new border challenges

"The new migration to Europe maybe already on the way the refugees arriving on the Greek island off the making the short journey across the Aegean Sea from Turkey over the past few weeks there's been a surge in my current arrivals according to political scientist Jane gives Octel from the university of Athens people are pouring in in some islands the three big islands the refugee population has grown in a tremendous way we don't know the Turkish authorities are on carriage and the people to go ahead and the reach the Greek shores but the the potential is is very much there I mean Turkey's all staying over four million refugees it makes an explosive cocktail for everybody according to the United Nations of the eight thousand migrants into the crease from Turkey last month that's a record number since the twenty sixteen migration deal between on current and the E. U. that agreement stop hundreds of thousands of migrants entering Greece from Turkey and the latest surge appears to be causing alarm in Europe German foreign minister hi co mouse has voiced concern of on Chris commitment to with my current deal with the E. U. and that deal will now be tested further with a new wave of refugees set the flood Turkey from Syria despite desperate diplomatic efforts by earth one of this week's summit with his Iranian and Russian counterparts he failed to broker an agreement to end the evening see each former senior Turkish diplomat heightened cell Jen warm to reveling clave is doomed please start a summit in I'm kinda I will only delayed what is to come which is a leap will be part of the city and stay. CVO army doesn't have the muscle to push Turkish army although for studio but to Russia old full support of Syria. is home to three million almost three million civilians foods and these are civilians who moved from other areas to this area because we do not wish to recall file with specialists up potentially the only way for them to call the store folky to avert a new crisis the one says he plans to return three million refugees in a region under the control of the White P. G. a Syrian Kurdish militia Turkish forces all points that I also Kurdish fighters who Onkar regards as terrorists one is looking to the E. U. to pay for the construction of new housing for the resettled refugees gets mistaken there's rumor that it was what the color of the visit. either you the European Union will provide support or excuse us but we are not going to carry this burden alone we will open our borders we have not been able to get help from the international community namely the European Union top political scientist Jane gets Akhtar says it will be difficult to sell that idea to the E. U. I mean there is no way any reasonable and decent country can consider this proposal seriously I mean the relocation of people in all provides militarily occupy apples yeah the middle aged it's it's it's a joke frankly it's far from being spirits moreover it belongs to the current Syrian Kurds but Turkey is doing at office for refugees is for sure and this is a common and joint problems and it should be sold by by talking to each other not by threats. the steady flow of migrants from Turkey into Greece is a reminder of the leverage earth one believes he has over Europe the point is expected to make when the host is French and German counterparts to discuss

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