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South African court issues arrest warrant for former president Zuma

Hugh Hewitt

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

South African court issues arrest warrant for former president Zuma

"A court in south Africa's issued a warrant of arrest for the country's former president Jacob Zuma after he missed a scheduled court appearance must assume as legal team submitted documents saying big client was ill and had been receiving medical treatment outside of South Africa since last month judge day of pele questioned alterations on former president Jacob Zuma's medical certificate which was submitted by his lawyers to the court but the former president will only be arrested if he fails to appear in court on the sixth of may for the start of his

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"african court" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"african court" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Didn't address those delays or expectations for results instead. She focused on firing up her crowd for future nomination. Contests thank you for standing together fighting together. Persisting assisting together you have made me a better candidate and you will make me a better president. Xi ended the night. She often ends her events with the long run photos with supporters. Worn will now head onto New Hampshire possibly without knowing the results in Iowa Danielle Kurt Slaven NPR News Moines. The chaos in the Iowa Democratic caucuses focuses comes as president trump prepares to deliver the state of the Union address tonight at the US Capitol. President Trump won the Iowa. Republican caucuses easily defeating two challengers. Iran's judiciary says the country's top court has affirmed a death sentence for an Iranian man convicted of spying for the CIA NPR's Peter Kenyon reports state media say the man shared details of Iran's nuclear program with the US spokesman for Iran's judiciary said the convicted spy why is named Amir Ryan Poor and announced his imminent execution without giving a date or details of what he was convicted of doing the earnest. State News Agency reports that Ryan poor was paid by the CIA to provide unspecified. Details regarding Iran's nuclear program. There was no comment from the CIA. It's the first Iranian death sentence for spying on behalf of America. In nearly a decade tensions have been elevated between Tehran and Washington since two thousand eighteen when president trump reimpose sanctions on Iran a US drone strike earlier this year killed. Iran's top general customer the money Peter Kenyon. NPR News is taboo on Wall Street. The Dow was up four hundred forty six points or more than one and a half percent at twenty eight thousand eight hundred forty five. The Nasdaq is also up. One and a half percent up nearly one hundred thirty seven points it's NPR. Turkey says that its military has struck dozens of Syrian government targets. This comes after Turkey said that Syria killed eight. Turkish military personnel L.. In shelling in northwest Syria. The situation is expected to get worse. The United Nations is warning that about five hundred thousand people have fled the regents agents. Since December because of the recent violence in Syria. Malawi's Constitutional Court has nolde last. May's presidential election citing citing widespread irregularities. The court ordered a new vote within one hundred fifty days. Ishmael wound KWP has details. The court ruled that evidence of fraud in practice including their use of white out to order results undermined the vote incumbent. President Peter Mutharika Rica received thirty eight percent of the vote. His nearest rival got thirty five percent the result lead to deadly confrontations and widespread unrest throughout throughout Malawi. The court also ordered the fresh elections be held under majoritarian system. Which means the Weiner has to get more than fifty eight percent of the vote for NPR. News I'm his email addy. South African court has issued an arrest warrant for former President Jacob Zuma. He's on trial trial on charges of fraud racketeering and money laundering in connection with an arms deal when he was South African president. The judge is questioning Zuma's documentation nations saying he needs to seek medical treatment but the warrant won't take effect until Zuma's case resumes in May. I'm Korva Coleman N._P._R. News..

"african court" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"african court" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Today. I'm joing stay without. You're listening to today. I'm John king. Let's now check the weather in China. Beijing will be cloudy tomorrow with a high of eighteen degrees celsius and a low of seven counting rainy with a high of nineteen and a low of sixteen last sunny with a higher fifteen and a low of four elsewhere London. Overcast with a high of fifteen and a low of six Washington DC sunny with a high of Toaff and a low of four Nairobi rainy with a high of twenty six and a low of sixteen and finally camera will be sunny tomorrow with a high of twenty three and a low of health degrees celsius. Now Scoble survey where we look at what's happening around the world. Joining me in a city is my colleague, we'll thank you. Join for seven Asia crowd of angry Hindutva teas are strutting women from entering holy temple. Despite a supreme court ruling that action illegal. The Vietnamese decent in writer known as the mother. Mushroom arrive in the US after serving time in prison, the OJ Neha quiz. Len became Australia's. Latest date to deployment allies abortion, repenting, central that made the practice punishable by prison. Wildlife officials are investigating a suspected dog attack in Australia's island state of has mania after fifty eight kingdoms were found to death moving onto Africa. Nigerian official is relieved. The killing to Muslim midwives are linked to extremists a South African court has convicted to white farmers of killing the black child. After man threw a sixteen year old boy from a moving truck turning to the Middle East for the ten million tweets relatively from Sates facs Russian and Iranian full farms have been shared the U N special on ROY to Syria. Have he will step down for personal reasons? After more than four years in Europe, at least nineteen people having killed and dozens. The wounded in a shooting and a college in Crimea, Norway's, prime minister has officially apologized to Norwegian women mistreated during the World War Two year relationships where the German soldiers look into lenton America. President Donald form has threatened to cut financial aid to endure us over large group of migrants heading towards the US ever zillion teaching the next generation of politicians at so far helped fifteen students secure government positions and a state and national levels. And finally North America EBay has filed a suit against Amazon accusing the Rato giant of using illegal tactics to recruit Salvors, the former president and CEO of USA gymnastics has been arrested for tempering with evidence related to the Larry Nassar abuse scandal. Thank you. That's what headline survey for today. Chinese president Xi Jinping is urging new measures to win the battle against poverty. She's. Says that China should hold fast to the globe to the goal of poverty relief and work harder for.

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"african court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And killed the leader is really I think the best example of responsibility to protect as what happened in Kenya. After the twenty seven twenty eight elections where without ever reason, the word military, everybody corporate the UN European Union African I got my mandate from the African Union, but everybody was involved. In fact, President George Bush was in Tanzania and discussion with the government I called him. And I said I'm in Kenya negotiated. Would you ask Conde to join me we talked for the people and Condie came the secretary-general wasn't under Simba. I asked him to come to talk to the people in situations where sometimes ministers wanted to come in on their own time. How tear them this is not the time to come. The people were supply cheer present. And we all work together that the US resum we drew visas of people who are causing problems the names of the individuals were never released. So people went around wondering who was going to be next. Who should? Who who is misbehaving that they may be next on the list, so all sorts of diplomatic political and economic pressure was used to get people to behave themselves and resolve the conflict, and that for me was a classic example of responsibility to protect not what happened in Libya? Another thing that you did both at the United Nations. And and they do now in the co fan foundation in back to sort of mechanisms. Is it you've been very clear, bats states, not being alone. Advancing the public that there is a role for civil society. A for the private sector say something about the logic behind well first public private partnerships, like the club, founder and more. Recently, you have found something called the alliance for green revolution in Africa. Something about this public private partnerships. But also your your specific efforts to reach out to business and to reach out to the edge of the charitable sector. Civil societies. No, I believe that we all need to work together. And we cannot leave the solution of the some of these problems to governments are lowered. And also, I find that governments and leaders sometimes hobbit short term view. They know they're more concerned about the next election. And about the next generation because that's a long term goal. And I think if civil society and the private sector, I bought the also the also live in the communities and know, the problems of the community and the people we can tackle the issues together. And as you mentioned, a good example was a global fund to fight HIV malaria and two buck loses where we brought together civil society governments and the private sector, and the board representations from these three groups and the chairmanship rotates. Civil society lead us, Chad. So a private sector and government, and it has worked very well. I made when I set up the fund I think the fed school lies. I I sat was let's try and raise five billion dollars. Today. We are over twenty to thirty billion dollars has been raised to fight HIV as malaria and not only that. The private sector the pharmaceutical companies, reduce the price of medication the considerably. So that many more people can get. Treatment. And this group the private sector came from a position where they were Syrian Monday in South African court because he had wanted to use and general license and to create to manufacture generic Bachchan of the medication for his people because it was really ram devastated. They are free. South African population. They took him to court has. So when I met with them. I said, look, I'm not a public relations, man. But if you go and see you in the South African court on an issue like HIV aids. If you lose you lose if you win you lose and loosen news and the abetted pull it out of court and sat quietly, and that's what they did. But they also made a contribution. And I think that is a way to go. We all need to pull our air force and resources to tackle the problems of the day. And I think when civil society and the private sector team up. We also give the politicians. A bit more energy and a bit more encouragement, not only in terms of resources and ideas, but they realize as support for what they want to do. So I just have two last questions under I is this conference 'cause no bystanders, and it's a characteristic shared by everyone in the room and well beyond. At what point in your life was the concept of of no bystanders instilled in you yet since that, you had that ability, and that responsibility to make a different penned. What's your advice to young people who are struggling with that question? Yeah. From personally that attitude came to me. And. I went to boarding school at a young age. And usually when you get there there's lots of bullying going on. So the fast was bullied a lot the second year. I tried a bit of bullying. And then I gave up from the type protecting the younger ones. Who came in which of obvious. They also got into trouble with the headmaster the teachers because they thought I was always questioning those in parity and that. It was going to get me into trouble. I remember the head must have once called mantis office saying it has come to my attention that you always questioning those in. And I'm the one who runs a school, and you're going to pay for it one of these days. And then went on to say, I've been watching you. I think given the chance you may tend to be a fairly good citizens. Back to. But you have to. So I've had this tendency to always be the underdog and the smaller one and my. Hoon family. Also encourage my me, and my father and others. And now, of course, my wife who is here with us often was said, this is awful country. Do something about it. And. I hope even when I go to matches. She would ask me what side I you support. An instinct typically, I'm always with the underdog. I want them to do better. Them to to win. But I also felt that. If you're not a bystander, if you intervene, you how the coverage to intervene, you help a lot of people, and I tell young people it doesn't have to be taken on big issues. And now you may be walking down in your corner on the street and see somebody being bullied mistreated done just by by you should be able to stop this. Stop it. No more and by doing that. Yeah. Given the victim incredible. And energy to fight back. You know? And. Really helps because it is when we all sort of passive bystanders and allowed to go on that the wicked. Carry-on the Tanaz Ben said all that is required for evil men to do. Yeah. Well, good men say nothing. You. I should be careful could men and good women to say that was his. But I think the young people have to be courageous. They have to be able to take on challenges or situations. I they think October collected to do something about. And I say repeat. I repeat again, you're never never too young to lead the moments. Hopefully for leadership comes you know, it and you can feed what you can do. We issued. I chaired the elders and the elders issue this. This is also upset by Mandela made up of former heads of states, president Carter President Cardoso and not as which I chair we issued a statement when the young students took to the streets after the Miami shoot. I was so proud of this young people, basically telling us all people if you're not doing what you should do. We are going to show you an I firmly believe that when leaders failed to lead the people can lead and make them follow. And these young people who gave us a wonderful. And I hope there was a stand the effort and continue..

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"african court" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Emerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe on Sunday. This comes after the election campaign which was widely seen to be neither free no fair. Although the vote itself was peaceful in the immediate often beyond me shot and killed at least six demonstrators and a campaign of retribution has been taking place against polling agents and opposition supporters across the country. The results of the vote, which in the constitutional court by Nelson Chamisa and his opposition MDC alliance, the court ruling dismissing. The challenge and confirming mnangagwa's president will be it with a smaller percentage of the vote has drawn international condemnation and would appear to indicate that the judiciary is highly partisan. Well, David Coltart is a human rights lawyer and a former MDC minister for education and a Senator in the Zimbabwe government. He joins me on the line from Bulawayo. David was the court case fair. Good morning. Gene note wasn't. It it was. Completely unjust from beginning to end the way the court proceedings were managed in my view was unjust for a very complicated case. The the original petition was over two hundred pages long. It had very detailed allegations, not just of voter fraud, but of constitutional violations. And they gave the lower twenty minutes to put forward his argument before the case even began. The government had fictive denied to me. So three South African Council who again, to argue particular aspects of the case. So just at the beginning, the the case got off to a very poor start. And I mean, when doesn't have to have a lot of legal knowledge to see that the stage being erected for the inauguration before the hearing has been handed down. Kili mean something's up will exactly in famous. The constitution does say that within forty eight hours of the constitutional court handing down its judgment. The new president has to be inaugurated Serse. Suppose they could have used that that argument. But we had far too many other stories going about how prepared they were for Emma Simpson gangway to be the chosen candidate will or others president at which indicated that of course, they knew the result. So what happens next legally can can there be an appeal, any kind of challenge? No, that's the end of the road. The constitutional court is the highest court in the land of the constitution itself is very clear that any challenge to an election ends with that judgment Nelson, Tim ISA has appealed to an African court, but it's largely symbolic. It has no power to dictate to this Imbaba Ian government toot to, for example, reverse any decision. So does it. The government really needs the international community, not least to stabilize the economy what can be done then by other countries is it just seen as interfering in a sovereign state. To the international community going forward is that we don't need any waste of agenda. We simply need international community to. Referred to symboblic constitution as Bob. We actually has a very good constitution was passed by referendum in two thousand and thirteen, although test some Arizona. Generally it is an excellent document and what the international community needs to do is to hold misdemeanor godwit to the principles contained in that constitution. What next then for this very divided country. I mean, there are two schools of thought one is that we just need to pull together and four symboblic to be a nation that works. We must go forward. And there are others who say, no, this is completely unfair, and we should never ever support this man who is really committed genocide and it has stolen election. One point two, Gina, this is known about Amazon. Managua wasn't about Robert Mugabe. It's about an unjust system. At present. It's about the overwhelming control that the military has in our society, and that is what needs to change. We've had thirty eight years of this in particular in the last two decades. We've had the military involved in the DRC involved in business. We've had them she involved in our own diamond fields. We've had the military involved in effecting the outcome of elections and swatting the the will of the people and that is the issue going forward. If we just accept the situation, we will result in it while they will result in in us having a military dictatorship innocence for the next ten twenty years. And if that is the case, Zimbabwe's potential will never be realized. Geiger's catchphrases Zimbabwe's open for business. But when he took over Nov. off to the ta-chou's and bubbas international debt was five billion US dollars..

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Verdict to be delivered in family ax murder trial

Letters and Politics

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Verdict to be delivered in family ax murder trial

"In office for another sixteen years electro commission said seventy three percent voted yes with a turnout of ninety six percent world news from the bbc the leader of italy's biggest political party the five star movement says he wants the law professor giuseppi kante to be the prime minister of a coalition government that could take office later this week after meeting italy's president luigi demayo said the choice had been agreed with his future coalition partners the far right league party president mozzarella has also met the head of the league matteo salvini before deciding whether to let the parties form a new government in a setback to workers rights in the united states the supreme court has ruled that companies are allowed to require staff to sign away the right to bring class action suits against management in a five four ruling the justices endorsed the legality of what is now a growing practice writing on behalf of the four liberal dissenting judges justice ginsburg said the ruling was egregiously wrong south african court is find a twenty three year old man guilty of murdering his wealthy parents undis brother in a frenzied axa tack their luxury home outside capetown and riven radar was also found guilty of the attempted murder of his sister his poems of felony throughout the trial funded art mundane that the horrific x murders would shocked many in south africa were in fact carried out by an intruder who had broken into his home back in two thousand fifteen according to his version it was this intruder who attacked him and his family but judge decide who went into great detail examining the evidence said a guilty verdict was in escape able some bob way has applied to rejoin the commonwealth the secretary general said she was delighted to receive the application from president emmerson mnangagwa if approved she said zimbabwe's return would be a momentous occasion the former president robert mugabe withdrew zimbabwe from the organi in two thousand and three bbc news her turn keeping women in mind her and raising the next generation of powerful feminists her turn covering the story is important to you tune into w ort every sunday at eleven am or any time at all i'm w ort fm dot org to.

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"african court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The hopes of the blooming young population from an awardwinning young actor in akra it's been challenging it's a man's industries a man's world to startup entrepreneur in abajian i'll be reporting on how young people hope to change their fortunes and find jobs commerce business daily after this latest world news bbc news with debbie russ the european union has said britain can count on its support as it responds to a nerve agent attack on its soil the uk has said it was highly likely russia was responsible the european commissioner valdis dombrovskis said the e you would show solidarity with britain moscow has denied accusations that it was involved in the attack on a former double agent sergei scruple and his daughter yulia a british government minister told the bbc the country was considering a wide range of sanctions against moscow to singaporean companies have denied accusations in a leaked un report that they violated sanctions on north korea the two firms were alleged to have sold luxury goods to the north including wines and spirits as recently as last year a plan for a takeover of the american computer chip company qualcomm by a singaporebased rival has been halted by president trump he put it down to security concerns the rival broadcom says this no such risk south african court has temporarily blocked plans by the power company eskom to sign twentyseven renewable energy deals unions argue they would lead to the closure of coal fired plants putting thirty thousand jobs at risk and pushing up prices the american defense secretary jim mattis is in afghanistan and previously unannounced visit he told reporters there were signs that some members of the taliban were interested in talks with the afghan government the gulf state of kasa is to screen all adults for type two diabetes almost one in five people there have the condition which increases the risk of stroke or heart attack and is a major cause of blindness thieves have stolen an ancient shark's tooth from a world heritage site in western australia the eight centimetre tooth came from the giant michael jordan species which is believed to have died at around two and a half million years ago it disappeared from the remote ning golic coast national park bbc news hello and welcome to a.

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"african court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello and welcome this is newsday from the bbc world service with lawrence full art and shaima in the next anger in nigeria at the level of politicians allowances some kid thirty thousand dollars per month also cutters obesity crisis with nearly three quarters of the country overweight benefits for young people in uganda building around robots sport coming up as well it was the top story bbc news with stuart mcintosh russia is considering its response to britain's warning of retaliation if moscow fails to explain its role in a nerve agent attacked by the end of tuesday russia's says accusations of its involvement are unfounded earlier the us secretary of state rex tillerson gave his strong backing britain saying he agreed that russia was probably behind the poisoning nine days ago of a former double agent the top democrat on the us congressional committee has accused republicans of capitulating to donald trump by deciding to end an investigation into russian meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election adam schiff said they were protecting the president rather than the country to singaporean companies have denied accusations in a leak to un report that they violated sanctions on north korea the two firms are alleged to have sold luxury goods including wines and spirits to the north as recently as last year president trump has halted a takeover bid for the american computer chip maker qualcomm he said the security concerns about the bid by the singaporebased rival broadcom which he said which said there was no such risk europe's largest detention center in west london has been accused of holding hundreds of foreign nationals unacceptably long periods inspectors found the men including asylum seekers and foreign offenders were kept in dirty prison like conditions a south african court is temporarily blocked plans by the power company eskom to sign twentyseven renewable energy deals unions argued they would lead to the closure of coal fired plants putting thirty thousand jobs at risk and pushing up prices kata is to become the first country in the world to screen all adults for type two diabetes almost one in five people in the gulf state have the condition twice the global average the government is trying to tackle obesity about seventy percent of people there are overweight or obese bbc news.

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"african court" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"We should not be surprised that black people are being sold as slaves at auction in that north african country according to robbins philpott a canadian publisher and radio host philpott published an influential book on the us war against libya written by maximilien fort titled slouching toured sirte philpott appeared recently on the watching goshawks show on rte television he said the racist nature of much of the opposition to libyan leader moammar qaddafi had long been evidence we she is being drums of midnight late 1990s the market osce native clear that libya was committed to africa was committed african unity not was the founding meeting of the african union was in serious 1999 and the amount that meeting annan was attended by most of the african countries and he men in very clear that the jews during africa was based on three points we would own african monetary lock in order to enable economic independence of african countries ambi were put his money where the most one at say he invested billions in african countries in support of his idea of an african among refund many call african justice these of it will not be an international criminal court it will common charge africans it will be an african court in cases of or crimes against dramatically and then you talk about african security when wednesay's ensured by african troops than me known non african troops on the continent now this was a very important declaration widely support but within nydia ridden a year you're anti lock analogy blackout african riots among in certain areas of oblivion and could algae managed to them down but i would say about was new sign that there were people in our country pollster gadhafi polls to his supportive africa we want to use the money from the oil for their own insurance anger's eight hours of big a sign of what we're seeing now was already developing out in two thousand eleven when the socalled arab spring began you were already signs of racial state goading in the benghazi.

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"african court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KOMO

"From the previous six years over thirteen years by a south african court the prison sentence for south african paralympic runner oscar pistorious tanya cone is a lawyer for the parents of the murder victim rivas steenkamp the stores has girlfriend he says eighty i could he exhausted that it will help them to heal the stories in his defense attorneys maintain he shot steenkamp through a door at remains took her for an intruder prosecutors say was a deliberate act after the two had an argument captured a suspected killer of a texas state trooper suspect that brett black has a criminal history but investigators don't know why he would have killed hooper dutch during the freeway traffic stop track to a pasture where a helicopter with an infrared camera picked him up eight point eight awful but the audio for broadcast by has police with dogs moving it at taking to bret black into custody the trooper murdered on thanksgiving was married and had three children jim ryan abc news houston a senior separatist official in eastern ukraine announcers the resignation of the rebel chief in an apparent palace coup an eight year old child was hospitalized with serious injuries after the crash of a car into a tree in which police say the child was steering while sitting on a man's lap state police say 36yearold brek reynolds of whitehall new york being held without bail it was his mother's car this is abc news companies type 604 and aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's kiera jordan and it's a good time to be out on the reds we don't have a lot of extra company that you have to deal with we have a new crash though the southbound one six seven approaching 405 and it's blocking the left lane but for now we're just seeing slowing right in that immediate area southbound 405 that's going to be our busiest drive right now as you make waves between 520 in northeast 8th we have a lot of people heading toward bellevue square and also eastbound five eighteen is getting a little bit busy just east of 99 as we have more people returning and coming through the airport here next reports.

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"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes to bbcworldservicecom but what slash podcast welcome to the latest liberal news recorded at fourteen hours gmt on friday the 24th of november i'm clam mcdonnell with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up symboblic his new president emerson gagua in his inauguration address has paid tribute to his ousted predecessor robert mugabe as father of the nation antiolso had this to say quarter option must the store where these care smears serious suv justice must also in the podcast more than one hundred eighty people have been killed in an attack on a mosque in egypt a south african court has more than doubled the jail sentence of the paralympic athletes oscar pistorius for murdering his girlfriend in south africa there's a minimum sentence for mehta which is fifteen years and that's what they've been asking for and that's what they got today and later prefer rupert ry no british the german lopez mike allen local news inc but wasn't this anymore and you therapy for schizophrenia that brings be patient face to face with a computer representation of the voices in their heads but first to zimbabwe where in front of a packed national sports stadium in harari emmerson mnangagwa has been appointed the country's third president airbus in the orlando saved lives as president of the republic of zimbabwe own decisions he's a doctor and build food up warm an defraying the constitution and all other those hopes zimbabwe amid a carnivallike atmosphere in the stadium thousand sang and danced.

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"african court" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KOMO

"Sky at checkout for the family of a texas state trooper thanksgiving will never be the same alongside interstate forty five between dallas and houston texas trooper damon allen had stopped a chevy malibu for a traffic violation he had spoken with the driver to bret black and was walking back toward his patrol car investigators say black stepped out with a rifle and shot alan several times killing him on the spot black drove off but was later captured in a pasture after a shootout he had a gunshot wound to his leg and white wounds from a police dog but he will survive to face capital murder charges had cooper alan's death jim ryan abc news houston by the way to murder trooper was married and had three kids more prison time for the paralympian known as blade runner oscar pistorious now faces thirteen years for murdering his girlfriend riva steven camp south african court increased the sentence after prospect you too said his original sentence six years was shockingly lenient jubilation in zimbabwe where for the first time in nearly four decades the nation as a new leader hull and uncertainty in zimbabwe with the inauguration of president emerson meaning gagua a former vice president he was ousted by mentor or robert mugabe earlier this month that controversial move eventually led to the longtime dictator his resignation amid nationwide protests elections are expected in zimbabwe next year abc's jennifer eccleston at the abc news foreign desk this is abc news good morning walk at a black friday we've got some cloudy skies occur of downtown seattle we are setting packed forty eight degrees sector joining us.

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"african court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"See if we can cook the bad guy more coming up a south african court is more than doubling an olympic sprinters prison term i'm sierra crawford heads wards and football last night the vikings beat the lives chargers thumped the dallas cowboys the redskins took the giants minnesota now polls to a half a game away from the eagle's record by becoming nine and two eagles are still at the top of the heap nine and wad college basketball villanova wins st joe's loses later today flyers host the islanders at ford college basketball villanova and st joe's both in action and business the market is open for a half sessions faith futures up i'm joan doniger at bloomberg apps that make every day pay day in a shortened holiday session on wall street i'm cbs three meteorologist matt peterson it is going to be sunny in seasonable black friday forest temperatures this morning to be cool in the thirties but will be rising up into the 50s later this afternoon with sunshine mostly clear then tonight forty degrees for an overnight low and then we are looking for a bit of an up and down a weekend break down for you when we check eyewitness weather on kyw newsradio right now thirty two degrees sunny skies that the broad some of growing up to fifty two give out of unease time to now it's time for traffic and transit on the twos all not seeing any problems at on those schuykill expressway or the vine street expressway i ninety five north and southbound in and out of senators also looking pretty good happy black friday everybody we are seeing a lot of volume around the shopping centers in the mobs definitely give yourself some extra time there in delaware county is fan coast avenue between roberts road in concord road is closed at all water main break to get around these you wanna use dutton's mill road if you're heading out of the pennsylvania turnpike no problems there also northeast extension running at normal speed in new jersey fortytwo looks good no delays at on 55 or 295 same goes for the.

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"african court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Finally opened her this black friday with advertisers flyers in hand some shoppers waited not ours but days for the promise discounts for others it wasn't necessarily the lure of a bargain price that had them waiting it out is a tradition with dennis was only 10 years i mean it's something that we make doing and where the doors finally opened her four days camping trip in this urban parking lot finally kinkel closed jim ryan abc news houston potentially significant development in the investigation into russia's election meddling lawyers from michael flynn say they will no longer share information with president trump's legal team about special counsel robert muller flynn was trump's national security advisor in a key figure in mothers investigation into whether there was any collusion between the trump campaign and the russians during the election if in fact is an end to cooperation between these two teams had could be a sign flynn is now cooperating with muller's probe the search has been called off four three sailors who've been missing since wednesday's navy cargo plane crash north of the philippines argentina's search for a missing submarine as ended in agony argentina's navy has told the families of forty four missing submariners that all on board a believed dead a spokesman says an unusual noise detected by the us hours after the submarine went missing was consistent with an explosion the blast on the morning of november fifteen is described as abnormal singular short violence and known nuclear families have reacted angrily to the news as the search for the missing sub continues at his abc's in panel a south african court has increased the prison sentence of former olympic runner oscar pistorious that amputee athletes will now have to spend thirteen years in prison for the 2013 murder of girlfriend riva steenkamp meaning to abc news newsradio time is five o to some ardmore shoppers and bargainhunters out for hours already getting a start on the holiday shopping season with several retailers opening late yesterday at best buy important i'm here to get.

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"african court" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"But other times they are taking more than the horn after drugging the animal or the destrade up killing the end so what what kind of efforts can be established to prevent poaching or at least discourage it while we touched on some of the legal efforts so it's it's currently illegal for rhino horn sales to take place between countries but interestingly enough it's not illegal in south africa not anymore so in april of this year south african courts ruled added sales of rhino horns could take place provided the seller had a permit in with these permitted cases were generally talking breeding farms on the horns in these cases are remove painlessly inhumanely the leading a rhino farmer a john hume according to bbc news he believes that that such a legal in open trade is is going to be beneficial because as the trade because the trade first of all can raise money that can help us preserve the species and he also thinks of these open legal sales will drive down the price of illicit horn and reduced poaching now critics say that this practice will only increase the demand for for the horn perhaps even normalize it plus if you have a legitimate trade taking place than that can provide cover for illegitimate dread trade it take place you know right so if you're if you're trying to create a stigma around the sale of rhino horns even if you've been failing it's going to be even harder to establish that stigma if you're also selling legit horns next door will yeah and also like let's say that you're you're traveling on a south africa in some unofficial opens your bag and it has rhino horns in it right and they say what's this and you go these are legal rhino horns i have a permit uh in navy you have a fake permit like permits exist you have a leg up on deceiving the system but if there is no such thing as a legal up a you know a legal sale of rhino horns then there's no way you could pass that off just to put it in very simple terms.

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"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash welcome to the latest global news recorded that's thirteen hours gmt on monday the twenty eight th of august i'm steely hat hatton with the selection of highlights from a cross bbc world service news today a guru with a feverish following in northern india is sentenced to twenty years in prison for rape the security forces are on alert for violence the f week quick dirty and free trade agreement implement the latest on the rescue effort in the us city that's receiving a years worth of rain in a single week thousands there are desperately trying to save their homes and five suspects have appeared in the south african court in the latest in a grisly trial involving cannibalism ban carrying a suspect is now being driven out then now being taken to listen also in the podcast one of asia's richest men says he is conducting business as usual one jin lien is vigorously denying rumors he was detained by chinese police how the extreme climate of lapland is providing unique culinary opportunities farrighters on making new t fondue growing number tree servier lotto on doak sedans much more than in blueberries and enjoy a glass of per succo this summer time to reach for the toothbrush the booming bubbly has got dentists fizzing view super all day you get all the items that would cause decay wait an hour so let the number remember laws brush your teeth them too large states in northern india or on high alert after a controversial guru gurmeet ram rahim sing was sentenced to twenty years in prison for rape.

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"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"They do show signs of severe emotional distress an on this program we rupe with her own battle after battle in the cities of iraq and we know that any civilians caught up in them are in danger of being used as human shields by the militants in danger to of being killed by the attacking forces the iraqi army or the as strikes of the uslead coalition sonnen how difficult do you think it will be for iraqi forces to dislodge i s who is almost no doubt the the militants who put up the most ferocious defence of thailand prevail deploy snipers deploy ambushes sat bombs roadside bombs they'll come hurtling at their enemies in vehicles packed with explosives driven by suicide bombers the nearby city of mosul the the battle that took nine months to unfold but actually to laugher is a much much smaller place in a much more open place it doesn't have that great tangle of narrow alleyways that we found at the center of muscle so the army ought to be able to move in with heavier armagh and operate more freely be able to guard against ambushes more and i think that for will be a more difficult place for the militants to defend on middle east analyst alan johnston a south african court is given permission for an online auction of rhino horns despite a global trade ban the authorities had tried to stop the threeday auction our africa edged at james cottle reports four months ago south africa dropped to ban on domestic rhino trading their international trade is still forbidden but the authorities refused to hand over a permit for a rhino horn option to the man believed to own the world's biggest private rhino herd john hume for some suggest a permit had been issued now he has secured a court ruling allowing the sale to go ahead and one who buys rhino horns in south africa would in theory not be allowed to export them but experts worry that this is difficult to enforce rhino horns are in demand in vietnam and china where they are used in traditional medicines james kopp note.

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"african court" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"african court" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Iraq's prime minister announced today in operation to retake tall offer from the islamic state is underway the bbc's rami were high yom reports it's one of the last pockets of isis held territory in iraq the iraqi prime minister hide the lab buddy said isis fighters had no choice but to surrender or die we sold is being carried out by the iraqi army and predominantly shiite factions known as the popular mobilization units the iraqi army says there are on two thousand isis fighters in the city this is npr a leader of the philippines roman catholic church is ordering bells to be told every night for three months in his northern religious district to raise alarm over the police crackdown on drugs it's left more than eight suspects dead in a week a court in south africa says a rhinocerous breeder has the legal right to sell some of his stockpiled horns from pretoria peter graenitz reports the breeder plans to begin auctioning them off online tomorrow john hume owns more rhinos than any other person in the world he cuts the horns off his animals and they grow back warn is made of care to inches acumen fingernails earlier this year a south african court suspended the local ban on selling rhino horn it remains illegal to sell rhino horn internationally on sunday the high court in pretoria ruled that hugh is legally allowed to sell up to two hundred sixty four horns his auction is scheduled to begin online monday but the buyers also need permits before any transaction occurs no buyers permits were granted wow hume sued for the right to sell it it's unclear anybody will win the permits before the auction is scheduled to begin for npr news i'm peter ran it's in pretoria.

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"african court" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"african court" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Managing editor for global business benefit cannell joining that just a quick better breaking news for you south african court has been ruling on whether the votes on jacob zuma was going to be taken place within the party under in secret ballots or no it's the south african quotas decided that it will not specify the type of votes says parliament has the power to determine that we saw the rand strengthening a little bit earlier on this morning and in fact little bit of movement coming into it just now as we get that ruling i will what's that free for the moment there let's get to other global knees his basement his cousin thanks very much china has rejected us president trump's view that it has failed to rate in north korea trump told the rally in iowa that he still hopes for more help from beijing we've had a very good relationship with china nor fairness and i do like president gee i wish we would have a little more help with respect to north korea from china but that doesn't seem to be working out what i do like the president china however says it's behindthescenes moves have been indispensable meanwhile us lawmakers investigating russian meddling into the us election have been told that moscow trying to hack into election systems in twenty one states is former homeland security secretary jay johnson and two thousand sixteen russian government at the direction of water mirror putin himself orchestrated cyber attacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election that is a fact plain and simple meanwhile us authorities are treating the stabbing of a police officer us an airport in michigan as an act of terrorism fbi agent dave david kelly also says the suspect shouted allahu akbar before knifing the officer in the back and neck continued to explain how any mehta statements things took the effect of you of kill people in syria iraq and afghanistan and we are all going to die here in the uk the conservatives are yet to struck a deal.

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