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"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yes, And we're gonna be getting Tony B. We have lots of audio for you. Tony B Last night on the Tucker Carlson show big goings on such goings on going on And boy, I just R r media we're going to do about them. But the corruption there is just so ingrained and so deep. Here's a Here's a fun new story. Well, fun is a relative term, of course. You know, to relieve the something or other police officer killed by cock fighting roosters blade while breaking up match. Police officer killed slow down. It was in the Philippines. A police officer in the Philippines was killed by a rooster's blade while raiding a cockfight, an official reported Tuesday. The Rooster's sharp blade of fixed to its leg for fighting somehow cut through the police officers ephemeral artery on his, the BBC reported. The officer, identified as Lieutenant Christine Bullock. Christine is apparently a man, but it is the Philippines was pronounced dead at the hospital. Cockfighting is a popular sport in the Philippines but has been made temporarily illegal in an effort naturally to contain the Corona virus. Three people were arrested in connection with the cockfight. And police are looking for three others. Seven roosters were confiscated in the raid, according to the BBC. I guess they're gonna have to investigate which of the Rooster's is guilty of murder, and they'll have to, you know, get a geek to snap its head off under normal circumstances, the sport which is illegal in the United States, because it's considered animal cruelty. Is allowed on Sundays and holidays in licensed cockpits in the Philippines. Provincial police Chief Colonel Arnell Up Put Told Agence France Presse. I could not.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Ah, yes, And we're gonna be getting the Tony B. We have lots of audio for you. Tony B Last night on the Tucker Carlson show big goings on such goings on such goings on And boy, I just I r r media. Uh, no. We're going to do about them. But the corruption there is just so ingrained it so deep. Here's a Here's a fun new story. Well, I fun is a relative term, of course, but you know to relieve the something or other police officer killed by cock fighting Roosters blade while breaking up match police officer killed by its slow down it was in the Philippines. A police officer in the Philippines was killed by a rooster's blade while raiding a cockfight, an official reported Tuesday. The Rooster's sharp blade of fixed to its leg for fighting somehow cut through the police officers ephemeral artery on his thigh, the BBC reported. The officer identified as Lieutenant Christine Bullock. Christine is apparently a man but it is the Philippines, you know, was pronounced dead at the hospital. Cockfighting is a popular sport in the Philippines but has been made temporarily illegal in an effort naturally to contain the Corona virus. Three people were arrested in connection with the cockfight. And police are looking for three others. Seven roosters were confiscated in the raid, according to the BBC. I guess they're gonna have to investigate Which of the rooster's is guilty of murder, and they'll have to, you know, get a geek snap its head off or something. Under normal circumstances. The sport, which is illegal in the United States, because it's considered animal cruelty, is out on Sundays and holidays in licensed cockpits in the Philippines provincial police chief Colonel Arnell up food Told Agence France Presse. I could not believe it when it was first reported to me. This is the first time in my 25 years as a policeman that I lost a man. Due to a fighting cocks spur. I'd like to apologize for almost all of that story. That's ah, quite a crazy story. It's an unfortunate accident on a piece of bad luck that I cannot explain. I should probably stop trying, then. Hey, let me ask you something. Would you see your three year old child on a window sill? Would you seat them beside a lit fireplace or by the deep end of a pool? One last question. Would you see your child in a car seat? That's not correct for them..

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"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 8 months ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Yes, And we're gonna be getting the Tony B. We have lots of audio for you, Tony. The last night on the Tucker Carlson show big goings on such goings on such goings on on DH Boy. I just I r r media we're going to do about them, but their corruption There is just so ingrained. It's so deep. Here's a Here's a fun new story well upon his relative term, of course, but you know to relieve the something or other Police officer killed by cock fighting roosters blade while breaking up match. I'm sorry. What police officer killed Slow down. It was in the Philippines. A police officer in the Philippines was killed by a rooster's blade while raiding a cockfight, an official reported Tuesday. The Rooster's sharp blade of fixed to its leg for fighting somehow cut through the police officers ephemeral artery on his, the BBC reported. The officer, identified as Lieutenant Christine Bullock. Christine is apparently a man, but it is the Philippines was pronounced dead at the hospital. Cockfighting is a popular sport in the Philippines but has been made temporarily illegal in an effort naturally to contain the Corona virus. Three people were arrested in connection with the cock fight, and police are looking for three others. Seven roosters were confiscated in the raid, according to the BBC. I guess they're gonna have to investigate Which of the rooster's is guilty of murder, and they'll have to, you know, get a geek to snap its head off. Under normal circumstances. The sport, which is illegal in the United States, because it's considered animal cruelty is allowed on Sundays and holidays in licensed cockpits in the Philippines. Provincial police chief Colonel Arnell told Agence France Presse. I could not.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 10 months ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hey, is in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, this Labor day in the U. S. And he spoke in support of strong lady unions and said that a massive infrastructure program with thousands of good paying jobs will be a top priority in his administration. Starts of getting his virus under control. Then we'll have a transformational investment roads, bridges, broadband ports, airports, big projects. Put people to work right away. Wildfires have been more than two million acres in California this year, said a state record even his crews battle dozens of growing blazes and sweltering temperatures. It's trained the electrical grid and threatened power outages for millions. Vice President Mike Pants was on the campaign trail in Lacrosse, Wisconsin, and he pushed the theme of Lauren Order. Under this president, I promise you We will have law and order in every city in this country for every American. The European Union told Boris Johnson not to tear apart of the brakes of divorce, according struck on the a year ago, saying at keeping its promises will be essential of the two sides of a reach a new deal on trade. Trump's and sit on Monday he's willing to walk away from the talks rather than compromise on what he sees is the core principles of breaks it and he's sitting October 15th deadline for an accord to be struck. India has the world's second highest number of Corona. Virus cases passing Brazil on Monday to reach more than 4.2 million confirmed infections as the epidemic surges across the South Asian nation. Now the global virus hot spot, and he has added the largest number of cases in a day 90,802 recorded overnight on Sunday. That's according to data released by India's Health Ministry. International Olympic Committee's vice president John Coates said the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead next year regardless of the Corona virus situation, Coates told Agence France Presse. The games will start as planned on July the 23rd with or without Covad, stressing that the Olympics have never been cancelled outside of world wars. Label needs 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg, powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm pull Allen this is Bloomberg. Bryant. All right, Paul. Thanks very much. Our guest is middle potential Senior AM strategist at TD Securities. We wanted to take a closer look at markets a middle and looking at the markets were up and running in Asia. Right now, we are seeing information technology stocks. Rising to the fore among the leading sectors, and I think I mentioned earlier that in the European markets, Tech also rebounded quite significantly. Is this something that you continue? Do you expect to continue? Or is it just a little bit of Ah off relief after the big selling last week? Oh, it's a good question. I think that clearly check came on the question of us last week and it even released but it hasn't extended further into Europe Planning Asia. It doesn't bode well for US session today as well. There's a general agreement that tech stocks looked over extended in the U. S on globally, recent game has been pretty dramatic. Correction. Probably a lot of people talked about what happened. Let come out of the huge surprise. But now I think you said it encouraging. The tech stocks are started it for a little bit more. I have a plan. I know. It seems that leaves from a perspective of where things stand with the correction. Robin, eh? Change in Libya have looked, the tech stocks and really, to look at where we are. In terms of the violist stay home stocks, tech stocks seems to be the one that will likely try performing the months ahead. Yeah. On the one hand, it makes a lot of sense. You know, Tick is a Z huge future ahead of it. But on the other hand, these big companies are trading at times. Earnings. What? Which is quite extraordinary. How long can that last? You said there is ah, when we look Att valuation into down evaluations have become somewhat stretched in sector on again in a tech analyst. But the reality is that That can't continue for some time, and especially in the current environment. It's not obvious that we're going to see correction back to more normalized, you know, well evaluations, technology stocks. Historically could be higher than valuations. Another sex again, you know, you gotta put that into perspective with there is an environment where tech stocks are going to be The area where do impacted by the virus on to some extent, is actually benefited from home. Ah, usage. So in that sense, I think things have changed. You can't just local valuations in sang later, we would have done Perhaps even a few months ago. People would like to probably rotate out of some of those high valuation tech stocks, but they don't see recovery is coming very quickly. But the weaker dollar in particular has helped emerging markets which is is your specialty. Is there. Is there a sense that people might rotate into that if the dollar doesn't spike up? Well, I think that's right. The weak dollar definitely have beneficial special to some carry trade in agent you know, the clothing environment is low yield with Ted. Objection. Whole emphasized shift old average inflation and probably highlights and pushing to the four guys ready soon. And in that sense, we know the rates are gonna go very quickly. Harry attraction on anything carries being like demand, and there's still a number of emerging markets with decent Carrie and I got means that these high yield of me and you talk about The countries such as Iran. In reality, you know, definitely that central might benefit to some of the currency markets. Okay, middle will continue our discussion. In a few moments. We'll take a closer look at markets and also get some news headlines. The president wants to decouple with China. That's a topic today that he was.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:57 min | 10 months ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Par for the tournament at Eastlake Ofthe Club in Atlanta. Georgia. John Round finishes at 17 under with Scottie Scheffler 14 under, followed by PGA Championship winner Colin Morikawa at 13 under Vice president of the International Olympic Committee, John Coates says at the Tokyo Olympics schedule begin on July 23rd will go ahead as planned with or without Kobe committee has already said the games would be cancelled completely. If they were to be postpone past 2021 looking at the US Open, starting in the mantras second See Dominic team onto the quarterfinals, Straight, said Winning is joined by 21st seeded Alex 10 Dinar. Third seeded Daniel Medvedev in action tonight against American Frances Tiafoe in the Women's trust. Serena Williams advances to the quarterfinals after a hard fought three set win over 15 seed Maria Sakari. Serena's joined in the quarters by Tsvetana Berankova to seed Americans. Sofia Kenin looks advanced later tonight against 16 seed Elise Mertens, with the Milwaukee Bucks down three games to one, The Miami Heat in their Eastern Conference semifinal. Siri's The team is not sure of superstar Yannis entered the temple will be able to play as a reigning league deals with a sprained right ankle. 25 year old dreams of the ankle in second half of Game four and not be able to jump her plants off the foot on the enforcement thatyou're Bloomberg World Sports Update. Markets Headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP on Bloomberg Quick, Take Bloomberg Business Flash. Amid a vacation brought to you. By S E I vision reacts that managers find opportunity where others a challenge to exploit disruptions of potential with global operating platform. Find out how e dot com slash M s right? What we're looking at Detroit is looking said to bid up Asian equities who? So there's a big rebound in sentiment during the European session looking what's going on market ways and what we have stocks looking for these modest gains and this His future's higher in Japan, all straight in Hong Kong. We just mentioned to your stock 600 index that showed that positive sentiment there is well, broad gains, their futures contracts on the S and P 500 index also ticking higher. Meanwhile, looking at investors, they seem to be accentuating the good news. Largely ignoring the bad in this plenty of bad news out there and impressive list of woes. President Trump for one thing vying to scale back China's economic ties that's sent Sino US relations to new lows. We've got tensions between China and India. Meanwhile, India's soaring virus told means it's the second most affected country in the world after the U. S. And top of that, if it wasn't enough The renewed Brexit complications, and none of these are setting off any alarm bells it work. Oil markets to sending a few worrying signals their futures in New York, dropping after Saudi Aramco reduced prices more than anticipated for shipments to Asia. That's a signal that fuel consumption in the largest oil importing region is also wavering company also lowering prices. To the US for the first time in six months off there about looking at the crew to the moment it is off. By 1.3% 39. Bucks. 23 cents the barrel currently Of the black stuff. Let's have a look at what we can anticipate in the trading day ahead. We've got lots of investors to get busy with Japan. Going to be looking at a new leader to succeed Shinzo are really party's election gets going. Their top aide Yoshida Sigge is very heavy favorite. We've seen household earnings come out on the economic front in Japan as well, and that was a bit of disappointment. Big big miss to the downside. A contraction. They're spending their by households of 7.6%, but later on, we get final figures a second quarter GDP Australia's out as well with data, as is indeed Taiwan, with its latest inflation read, too. Looking very quickly it What's going on currency wise? We've got the pound weaker. $1.31 62 buys you one unit of the British currency euro on $1.18 pretty much steady, as is the yen. 160 29 cents for the green bag. Right, Let's find out what's going on. In terms of some of that global news. We head over to the blue magnesium and join Mark Mills. Wish India has the world's second highest number of grown of Irish cases passing Brazil on Monday to reach more than 4.2 million confirmed infections as the epidemic surges across the South Asian nation. California's electricity crisis is threatening to deepen as a heatwave gives way to windstorms, prompting the state's largest utility to warn it may cut power to more than 450,000 people. To prevent live wires from sparking wildfires. International Olympic Committee's vice president John Coates said the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead next year regardless of the Corona virus situation, Coates told Agence France Presse. The games will start his planned on July 23rd with or without cove. It And downloads of Walt Disney streaming APP rose 68% to 890,000 over the weekend, a sign it's online release of Mullan helped demand or drive demand for the service. Global news 24 hours a day on a on on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Mark Mills, This is Bloomberg. Brian. All right, thanks very much market just getting second quarter GDP the revised number minus 28.1% on an annualized basis. We estimate minus 28.5%, and we'll have details on that in a few moments at the top of the hour, Well, it's time now for the media review from CCTV. The Indian army illegally crossed the line in the border area and made gun threats to Chinese patrol forces on September 7th. And earlier this South China Morning Post reported that five Indian citizens along the border with China have gone missing. Family members there say they were abducted by Chinese PLA soldiers. From Sacheen. It's billionaire Jack Ma, who is the controlling shareholder of Aunt Group, not Ali Baba have made the declaration in exchange filing and that's ahead of a $30 billion Hong Kong Shanghai Po Australia says it assisted to journalists in returning from China. That's also just a moving story here. The FT has an interesting story that South Korea is struggling to lure companies with operations in China back home. And this is despite expanded incentives aimed at helping local factories compete with China and Southeast Asia. And we got this one from Apple daily this morning that a couple of Chinese bubble tea chains are seeking a Hong Kong I po by next year, Haiti and rival Nice year. He probably didn't get the pronunciation quite right there. Nice year that tea maker that they're seeking to raise 400 million to 500 million in their respective Hongkong I pose before the end of next year. Alright, that's a check of the media Rashad to you. Yeah, let's get down. Next guesses opinion columnist Noah Smith. He's writing about why moves by the Trump administration to turn away Chinese students and workers could taken economic toll on the US thanks. Joining is No, It's not Justin. Monetary terms. This could also make America perhaps less rich intellectually. That's right. If you look at where a lot of our top talent in fields like a eyes coming from a lot of it from foreign countries in a large percent is from China. Now, if you look at what happened to those, you know Chinese dollars and students after they Graduate or or whatever, almost all day in the country. You know if you go back to China, and then most of them staying, um People are very concerned about spying. Very concerned about loss of intellectual property, the Chinese government and government affiliated companies like away whatever but You know, we also have to consider the cost of booting all these people out of America and barring them from coming into America, and those costs are going to be significant..

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"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"See, LeBron James doesn't mind that slaves are making his $250 shoes. That cell, you know, so people can shoot each other over them in Chicago. That's fine. They're made by slaves. He's I think he would say probably that he's anti slavery, except when it comes to putting money in his bank account that he's all for slavery in the modern age. Now he's angry about slavery centuries ago because it might have had some effect on his life for his family. But When it comes to Ah, slavery today under the hob nailed boots of communism. Well. LeBron James and some of the other people. United States air Just fine with the Chinese were doing. They're Communists. They're communists, Speaking of the lunatics and communists, all the crazy people There's a a thing called radical Islam. Perhaps you've heard of it. Isis and Al Qaeda. They murder everybody in the name of Allah, and that's kind of a problem. The left. They don't really have a big problem because human life is not one of their things. Here's the headline from Courthouse News. Italy seizes Isis made methe That's methamphetamine, the drug worth one billion euros, that's more than $1 billion. Rome Agence France Presse has the story. Italian police on Wednesday said they had seized 14 tons of methamphetamines. Made by the Islamic state Group in Syria, calling it the biggest seizure of such drugs in the world. The drug in the form of around 84 million Captagon tablets hidden inside industrial goods and containers was worth about 1.12 billion American dollars and intended to be sold in the European market to finance terrorism. Well, of course, that's that's theirjob. That's their role in our society, the finance police of Naples, Italy, said in a statement. We know that Islamic state forces finances rather its terrorist activities, mainly by trafficking trafficking drugs made in Syria. The Taliban been doing this river to the poppy fields on the hashish from the old days. But the poppies much more lucrative. Naturally, it goes to heroin and all that good stuff, and the black turn on big industry for the radical Islamists has been for a long, long time. The bearded loans from a medieval hell And so a couple of new stories making their way rather, this is an important one Also Yesterday. The numbers came out having to do with guns, sales in the United States of America and another record broken another record and gun sales. And the answer to the question is the question is well, why The answer is Democrats, not the Democrats are buying guns, but that Democrat mobs are burning cities and looting and terrorizing people and Democrat George Sarah's politicians are threatening to prosecute Americans were defending themselves, their family families and their properties. So we don't trust many millions of us. Don't trust the state at all anymore. We don't trust the city. We don't trust the federal government. We don't trust the FBI. We don't trust the intelligence apparatus. We don't trust the IRS, which Barack Obama used against his political enemies for the first time in history that we know of. Richard Nixon talked about it for a minute. Barack Obama actually did it and it helped him in the 2012 election, where he won reelection, and we don't trust the local police to come to our aid because local place have been gutted by Democrat politicians and big cities all over the country. And I can't expect police officers to be putting themselves in harm's way for people that would lynch them moments later, and you have no backing from your political leadership, which is corrupt and so often and so many cases From the police Department leadership as well..

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"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The the inevitable result is that this outbreak is not known Montezuma's revenge it's the Chinese Wuhan read death right now the latest is the the latest they're saying oh one of the symptoms of for some people is digestive issues because now everything is a symptom now crying out at the movies is a symptom of the Wuhan read death amazing the toilet paper shortages leading some people to resort to other ways of wiping and it caused a problem for part of the reading sewer system on Wednesday night someone apparently used shredded T. shirts when they didn't have toilet tissue how do they come to this conclusion waste water management officials said on Thursday as a result one of the city's sewer lines backed up at a lift station and a Walker I wonder where they used to be used to be employees and things now they're communist lexicon is taken over everyday life I had to take quick action to avert a dangerous split thank god for that the pumps were clogged by what appeared to be a shredded T. shirt or shredded T. shirts that were used in place of toilet paper if you don't have toilet paper city waste water officials have this advice for other materials baguette don't flush it they're turning us into a third world country the left is the third world just waiting to be calm just waiting to blossom waiting to flourish wow it could have been any number of houses on the street really they can narrow down the streets their system their system wasn't working well right when you say their system what do you mean there it is so we got that conference don't use T. shirts coronavirus BBC reporting Bangladesh mass prayer event prompts alarm tens of thousands of people gathered in Bangladesh you know there's not supposed to be any gatherings of groups more than ten more than five maybe just you and your beloved one tens of thousands of people gathered in Bangladesh for mass procession on Wednesday despite fears that pose the risk of spreading the new coronavirus local police told Agence France Presse that ten thousand Muslims have gathered in rob Porter town to pray healing verses from the Koran but some eye witnesses told the BBC that the figure was closer to thirty thousand people similar religious event in Malaysia in February has been confirmed as the source of more than five hundred coronavirus infections that event which was attended by sixteen thousand people at also led to confirmed cases in neighboring Brunei Singapore and Cambodia as people who attended then traveled back home now that's an interesting development I've got to say and yet and yet that note about the large gatherings well you know I wonder how many people did the stampede killed just curious Hey I know you've heard the latest about the corona virus the CDC says it's incredibly dangerous especially for senior citizens but not exclusively now newsmax TV is bringing you all the facts about this killer virus without any of the.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

14:03 min | 1 year ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm just wondering you met with the president last month did you have any advice for him when it came to this and did you expressed some concerns about potential volatility in the impact of the economy on given all this you know I but I'm gonna stick with my and my **** predecessors long time practice of not discussing private meetings with elected officials or other officials real I thank you thank you using the multi was Agence France Presse yesterday democratic leaders in the house have launched an impeachment process against the president have you mention these developments within the committee yes put today as potentially presenting some risk for their confidence in the economy no we're not we we don't consider things like that like the Mike to reductions whose wires does the fed stoplight still serve a useful communications purpose or do you feel that it might be time to retire or change in some fashion please I think properly understood it can be useful but that's been a challenge a nice I think properly understood to me means looking at what it is and and not of what it isn't and what it is is it's an expression of the thinking about individual committee members about appropriate monetary policy in the path of the economy remember that we write all that down and we we send it in and it gets compiled but we don't discuss at the meeting and we don't negotiate a play there is no there's no agreement there's no plan I think particularly at inflection points it's hard to convey the reality which is that policy is always going to depend on the economic outlook and changes in the economic outlook and when economic outlook is changing the dots are just not a consideration we're gonna do what we think is the right thing for the economy if the fact dots that we did six months ago or three months ago don't agree with that that's not even in the conversation so it's more but it can be useful if and I think but as I said it's been a challenge and so I I do I do like to say if you focus too much on the dots you can you can miss the broader picture right background from marketwatch chairman Tom many people seem worried that the four framework that you guys are working on it is going to be the results are going to be less rather than more and I people keep coming back and saying why asking why you took off like a four percent inflation rate off the table even when it started I mean as you said if going around the country for other listen events at I don't think I heard anybody's worry about a four percent inflation rate or think that higher inflation rate was going to be a problem so where does that concern come from is it members of Congress that have have said this no Tony say were were wrong good working on this all year and we're just at the stage where we've had a really interesting discussion about the various tools that we have at the October meeting at this meeting we talked about the wave monetary policy affects different groups in the economy so we had it we we talked about the fed listens events and and some very interesting research so but we're just getting to the stage where we're looking at conclusions you know what we take away from all this and those things many of those things would wind up as as changes if you will modifications to the statement of a longer run goals monetary policy strategy I think that process will take until the middle of the year were but we want to we want to approach it very thoroughly in very carefully and that is in effect that is our framework document and I wouldn't pre judge no known if I'm I believe we will be able to to reach a successful conclusion and and make meaningful improvements I do in terms of four percent so that's that yeah I think it's premature for people to be saying that this isn't going anywhere you know and if you define going anywhere as a four percent inflation target when we talk about the the four percent inflation target so I'll go back to the point that just saying words is not itself credible so I think if you if you said were raising inflation target to four what would be the effect of that rewards the credibility and that really you you you haven't been able to get it to to so I think we I think you need to lower your cycle but I also think is four percent but you have to ask the question is that really you know price stability is that really price stability is that in that with our legal mandate I mean I think it's a it's a fair question so I you know well I think I'd I'd like for this review to come out with it with a very positive positive result you know with meaningful improvements it doesn't mean it has to solve every problem going forward we we want we want to have this be a successful exercise where we meaningfully improve our monetary policy framework these things don't tend to move in in you know in all the allergy way they tend to evolve but I think and if we do this then in a few years again and again things like that then we can get them Lisa moving in a good direction I think we will be I'm I'm comfortable tell me what the LA times if it is here and I'm wondering as you look back what things you might have done differently and is there any lessons that that you would take into next year well you know how to say might might total focuses on right now and getting policy right and and thinking about next year you know thinking about what's the economy going to be doing I like where we on policy as I mentioned I think or by policy stance is appropriate and likely to remain so long as the outlook is probably like this you know I mean it's it's of this too long of a question that you know I I I don't know how to how to get after that there's there's a lot of learning that comes into if from the economy every year and in the way we do our jobs and you know we're always gonna be trying to learn lessons on it are there any particular surprises that whether it's the economy or how markets or financial well I so yeah I did I didn't obviously you know I didn't see it I don't think anybody saw coming the the challenges that we face this year I think they were a surprise I think the the toward the end of two thousand and and and eighteen there were still since the economy was growing at around three percent and I didn't didn't expect the the to face the challenges but I think we we I think we did face them and I think we I I'm pleased that we would move to support the economy in the way that we did I think our moves will we'll prove appropriate and again I I I think both the economy and monetary policy right now I think we're in a good place Nancy Nancy Marshall cancer for market place Paul why aren't we seeing stronger wage gains wages are growing more slowly now than they were toward the beginning of the year why is that well wage gains have moved up a bit if you look back three four years you'll see wages are going around two percent now you see them moving up you know more three three and a half percent so why are the growing tired of it at a faster rate it's a couple of things I think their range of explanations principle one would be that productivity has just been low so what wages should go up to cover inflation and productivity productivity has been hello and that that is very likely be holding back wages I also think there are there other possible a potential explanations such as you know globalization can be can be the idea that you can make manufacturer or even provide services anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world I think that hangs over the wage setting process and everywhere pretty much you don't see it there there isn't the kind of traction in in the wage market that even in a in a tight labor market another thing is though that the labor market may not be as tight as we had thought it was and you know that I think they're they're they're many many possible explanations I will say though if you look look for example at non supervisory employees at the end in the in the labor report their their wages going up three point seven percent and so you do you do see and and wages are going up the most for people at the lower end of the of the that's been true for the last couple years lower in the weight spectrum so you do see which is moving up it's just they're not moving up at at very high rates and again at the end of the day that probably has most to do with productivity yeah just as far as the market not being as tight as she thought are you saying they're still more people on the sidelines who could join the labor force yes I I would also say that we if you ask people and we did ask people what do you think the natural unemployment as people writing down numbers in the fives and the rain the numbers on the force and now unemployment spin in the threes for a year and a half and we still see wage inflation as you mentioned the level of wage inflation is actually moved down although there may be compositional effects and that number that maybe that maybe to some extent about younger workers coming in at lower wages that that retired workers but you you wouldn't that shouldn't have much of an effect actually so why is it may it may just be that that there's more slack in the economy and and I think we are seeing that we're seeing it really it showed up through higher participation for many years we thought that there's a trend decline in participation not withstanding that again against that trend we've seen prime age participation moving up pretty steadily over the last two or three years and that's a very positive thing but it does sort of provide more labor supply meeting a less tight labor market and hi paneling with American banker thanks for being here today I just wanted to ask about the community reinvestment act since the FDIC in OCC may potentially joined together with a for a proposal without the fat are you concerned that this might cause confusion and how with the mechanics work if this proposal is finalized without the fan so one in a week we think the C. R. A. we know this area is a very important law and we're strongly committed to the mission of insuring that banks provide credit to their to their throughout their communities particularly addressing the needs of low and moderate income households and neighborhoods we also think it's time for modernization we thought that for some time and we worked we worked very hard to try to get aligned with with UCC really on on a proposal and my hope is that we can still do that you know I don't know whether they'll be possible or not it we'll have to we'll just have to see but and if we can if we can't I don't I don't not sure with the pass for would be we would certainly not want to create confusion or you know a sort of tension between the regime's if they if they don't do turn out to be slightly differently games so that's something we I hope we don't have to face but we will if we have to right Brian Cheung with Yahoo finance so before the July meeting you said something that kind of colorfully said to call something high you would need to see some heat referring to the labor market so we spent a bit I guess on Nancy's question seems like the wage filter responded pretty well export already but what would you need to see to to call the labor market hot in that case would be a contract rather a some sort of change in either the headline number of games or in the unemployment rate early wages I mean we there's so many other measures that suggest that the labor market is I like this a live market is strong I don't really want to say that it's tight some someone asked me a question a hot labor market that was in the Humphrey Hawkins hearings is so I'll say that really work is strong I don't know that it's tight because you're not seeing wage increases you know ultimately if it's tight those should be review should be reflected in higher wage increases so does come down to that you know right there we look at countless measures of of labor market here labor utilization and and they're so many it it's too many to count but the one that has that is kind of suggesting that year it's a healthy number that you know the sort of three point one percent average hourly earnings numbers a decent number three point seven percent for production supervisor workers is more healthy ultimately though we'd like to see to call it hot you'd want to see he would want to see you know higher wages thanks and that was fed chairman Jay Powell concluding his news conference the final one of twenty eight twenty nineteen twenty nineteen this is the fight decides on Bloomberg television and radio I'm Starland alongside Jason Kelly and Carol Nasser the highlights from the federal reserve chairman's news conference he was a fairly dovish tone here you make clear that the fed will not raise rates until inflation is at two percent or higher in fact he said some participants penciled in inflation overshoots in their outlooks as well and in response to Michael McKee's question he indicated that there is flexibility on plans to widen expand the.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Democrat debate tonight box style telling you about what I think is really going on here the Buck never stops so here's what we got you have to qualify for this one cancer to see receive at least three percent in for DNC approve polls donations from at least a hundred sixty five thousand supporters blobby blobby blobby all right here's we got for the candidates clover shar Booker blur judge Sanders Biden Warren Harris yank average dire Castro didn't get the required numbers as you know but to remarks like Charlie is not running for president he more use born to do it so I guess he's been on born because you like is not going to be president I still know how let's see we have big gonna have to be a big night I think were rather they're going to try to make this a big night the media it up to make this an interesting story they want to push for booted judge a lot of them want to push for blue judge enter Yang I got as a you know I like young I like gabber you all know that I'm honest with you about it I did I tell you who my if I had to producer mark actually get you on this one if you if you have to vote for I ask you the worst was your good an actor you said of Lazio which might even better than my answer which was better okay I think applause it was the worst but he was still the worst is going on not exaggerations does actually agree but if you had to vote for one of these candidates that I named you have to I'm making sure gun to your head who is I Sandra young I like it I wanna I wanna say I'm a member of the gang gang you know it is interesting I I would probably I would probably at the end the day say say gabber but I want young the B. is is his feet again I'm not looking for democratic just saying if we if we if we had to and on this list I think the worst for me we do best and worst here I think the worst this section not easy I I go I I go the worst is comma Harris I think comma Harris is the worst because the media tried so hard to just make all my Harris a big political thing and just not happening will you go so I want to say Bernie Sanders just because you and Larry David has ruined him for me I can't take it seriously at all true yeah he could just say I love puppies and I can't take him seriously because the program everybody's going to get a puppy and you know what's going to happen the gonna get the puppies I'm going to share some of the people it's gonna be communal poppies you know to take it back if he does that I will for watch that's actually a great plan that's a platform and I can get to because I want to poppy I'd still have to take care of all time seven a puppy that would be but you're getting married soon you know happens baby poppy got make you picked a hobby lobby yes that's how he can talk back to me that's true our clover shar I gotta say I think is you know you're interesting candidate for the Democrats because she's from the Midwest and female in Booker he's just in the stock of the media likes him and he just let the media likes Cory Booker and so Cory Booker gets to continue to be running for president even though I don't think anybody believes he's gonna win anything including primary Joe Biden still still in the mix here former vice president Joe Biden injured it wouldn't come senator Joe Biden former vice president Joe Biden listing here and well anyway so I don't think it's gonna be a whole lot of changed and I from what you're used to seeing a bunch of Democrats to come out and say I blobby blobs socialism more spending big government free stuff free stuff free college free healthcare trump is Hitler our country's gonna go to hell climate change gonna kill all of us unless you vote for Democrats that's it really I mean I now I feel like you need to do I even have to watch the debate we've established already what the main thrust will be I do think that the the most damaging politically the most damaging position the Democrats hold now for general election purposes and we'll see how much this gets attention that I people don't talk about immigration as much right now as they had been border crisis has died down a little bit some a fascinating thing happened I think it was in a F. P. as Jones frost press or Agence France Presse on however you were supposed to say that if he did this story on a you want analysis of all the children that were in custody at our southern border and it was a horrifying moment right because all my gosh trump kids in cages all this really really bad stuff and it turned out that the analysis the U. N. did was from the kids quote in cages from the Obama administration twenty fifteen works but you would think hold on a second why is that now no longer stories an analysis of what happened because F. P. pulled it so they put out a story based on analysis you an analysis of of children being held the southern border in detention as they're being processed to be let into this country by the wife and and which they all were when in the country and the because it turns out that it didn't happen what troubles president it's no longer a story it would be hard to find in some ways a more purer distillation of mainstream media bias bad thing happens under trump story run with it saying bad things happen but happen under Obama before trump's president pull the story deleted pretend it never happened on the internet ed says it was a stunning a stunning situation honestly anyway it is a it is what it is my friend Sarah started U. N. child attention let's see if I make sure I think I got that right I hate I hate being wrong I'm so rarely wrong let's see we get here always it was Reuters I'm sorry to Reuters strutting us in F. B.'s Reuters my bad on November eighteenth story headlined US has world's highest rate of children in detention you and study is withdrawn the United Nations issued a statement on number nineteen send the number was not current but was for the year twenty fifteen no replacement story will be issued Reuters when the biggest news organizations the world no it's not it's not a store anymore because it happened when Obama was president that pretty much describes for you the way the media approaches everything the only store in a bad thing happens if it's while trump as president it's a story if Wall bomb if it was well bomb was present is no longer a story and they wonder why we all cheer and laughed when they call it fate when trump called the fake news because they are much fakers mantra frauds hacks I will I will continue on this I will continue beating this drum until the day I die if I you know stop doing media tomorrow and I was just running a hot dog stand somewhere probably leading a very nice life of a of a a humble but striving capitalist enjoying myself I would still anybody would listen be ranting and raving about how fraudulent the news media has become and what a bunch of totally partisan hacks they are and the worst part is they were around you know strutting about and acting like they're so brave and they speak truth to power it's complete nonsense yes indeed you know it's not nonsense though roll call for which it is now time.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Ounce of fifteen hundred nineteen dollars in stock news AT and T. is up seven percent after an activist investor took a three point two billion dollar position in the company saying it is under valued reporting from the Greensburg financial group the Truman Fernandes on KNSD is so you know you can listen at home by telling Alexa played KNSD on I heart radio yeah enjoy the stimulation. nice try six twenty nine year Lewis with yeah I didn't try you wouldn't respect me. such sure I'd be surprised here Lucy and to gain is T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk I will put up the the video of Kamal ours because it cracks me makes me laugh how much of a liar she is it really does they're all liars I know I get it I get it anything to get a like it's like high school government people give me when more recess time agrees soda and it's the prices sorted out of fifty cents of the soda machines yeah exactly I'll make sure we have the best pizza. Jack whatever your your rates when you're right you're right their table to time my my my oldest son ran for office in in school for treasurer and even put anything up but that didn't make any signs didn't handle any pencils didn't do anything I don't like that anyways why what he promises he was awesome I was at all was yeah my dad will come clean everything in your home and cook for you and DJ exactly your wedding when you get married so real quick Mick Jagger I see the headline Agence France Presse Mick Jagger blast from for bad manners lies environments. what what what. yes his rudeness he said he was actually behind young climate change activists. earlier occupied the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival. do you fly around the world. making money. you fly around to different continents. using a lot of electricity. in your shows to make money you're freaking hypocrite and east freezing weather and go to this stupid show. he said. I was not always you know I'm not always for civility myself when you see it now in so many countries including my own last week particularly the U. S. it's a sea change it is that it is not about manners was fearful about we're all in this polarization rudeness is going to lead us. what a bad any any rip trump bad manners. bad manners. I'm. and washed up but actor Donald Sutherland agreed with the make is right he was apparently near him. bad manners so apparently the I I have friends that went to the show. the the rolling stones Glenda could we see on a Monday is the show's post or eight o'clock in such a nine thirty one align. because good all Mick was at a steak house in Scottsdale you wanna talk about Rudy no manners people paying a lot of money for that concert for this but those tickets and you're hanging out at a steak house because you did you stick your terminal care and then on top they said they saw helicopter helicopter fly over. he took a helicopter from Scottsdale the big climate change hero takes a freaking helicopter from Scottsdale all the way to Glendale so we get on stage. Rick yeah. six thirty three it was a day yeah exactly just like just just like his his his bees buddy a principal great Harry all right now there's a couple more Ding bat we're when we're doing bad that is a challenge the president there as a Republican to a primary do you hear about this guy and the president destroyed Chrissy Teigen I love that is P. in the balls as one of our favorites are most famous wheat we'll get to that all coming up it's very entertaining six thirty three is.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A. M. seven ninety two sons of most stimulating talk three things I think you need to know one that Philly shooter that shot six cops they got all live the ride of the hospital already hell no the two cops hostage took eight hours yesterday turns out he is a lifelong criminal is a convicted felon that somehow the laws on the books background checks you name it didn't stop him from getting a fire arm so there's no way to stop bad people from doing bad things it is literally impossible it's impossible so nope with this whole mythical B. S. we need to we need to have a a band and background checks and all no bad people do bad things second thing I think you need to know is that Jeffrey empty in the autopsy came out city of broken bones in his neck could be from hanging but most most common the sight of these broken bones what happens when you strangle somebody and this is after his lawyer told your post he seems like he was in great spirits and see you soon and tell me that do was oft third thing I think you needed to know is it that this is great Israel said you along Omar receded to labor no soup for you you come back never that's right they are not allowed in Israel not allowed because they hate Israel and and what's great is that the president said that to me it's we'd I mean this is all just when you think that the other sweet can they really get any better can you be anymore blind can be anymore this is just the way it is and this is why people like him by the way the president the president tweeted it would show great weakness if Israel allowed representative Omar and representative to labor to visit they hate Israel all Jewish people and there is nothing that can be said or done it to change their minds Minnesota Michigan and have a hard time of art and putting them back in office they were disgrace by the way you tell me that's over the line but when they call the president a white supremacist and a racist and all kinds of names that's okay was it his followers as well people who voted for him the P. else's or that somebody else somebody hasn't said that yeah the only thing we were we know is maybe it was you know they think that you know they do so you want one of fake news the three things that they can you know we'll get to the the nice thing with you can just a second but I saw this you see this Ryan AFP news agency there was Jim is Agence France Presse right there the tweet yeah do you see the tweet right there and I just read you I just read what trump said right you see the tweet you see anything wrong with it now you don't okay minimum limit let me read the tweet I'm Agence France Presse Sunday breaking news tweets and it says breaking trump Colin leading US Muslim lawmakers into Israel would show great weakness there was not one time in the trunk tweed where he mention anything about their religion not once but AFP Agence France Presse news agency was age he said leading US trump leading U. S. Muslim lawmakers in Israel would show great weakness it has nothing to do with their religion but they're trying to create an air will trump do you know we're gonna make trump say that he hates Muslims again well it's because they're Muslim that's what that yeah and again trump said it would show great weakness if Israel out representable Martin represented to lead to visit they hate Israel and all Jewish people and there's nothing that can be said or done to change their minds Minnesota and Michigan have a hard time putting them back in office whatever their discretion not one time did you mention anything about their religion not one freaking time but they create this narrative and you know all of fake news is terrible job I never fake news divides the country no this this you're right big news does the by the country no one from says it when it's done well there's no o'neill we'll get to the nice thing is a premier provider of Iraq NBC news Kristen Welker reporting on this let's listen to what she says ready for this Greg this is an escalation essentially the ongoing feud between president trump and these Congress woman out first a little bit of a fact check neither has ever said that they hate Israel or the sure they haven't come out and said I hate Israel I hate it right I hate it right the vote defended the concentration camp comment by a see she laughed about okay do you remember when she refused to answer the question about are you anti semitic member when the the fox news reporter said are you are you in this makes you wouldn't say it she defends her tweet bashing Israel we have all the sound bite by the way and if I play the play the top on right I just I just yet that's the one play that one real quick should it Jewish Americans be worried about congresswoman Ileana Omagh Ole Rashid and fly because of the BDS movement because of one of the tweets see you made a long time ago you know you're part of a new wave of Democrats not afraid to be critical of the government of Israel and during the twenty twelve military offensive in Gaza you treated Israel has hypnotize the world may Allah awaken the people and see the evil doings of Israel now how soon put that into context now and what do you say to American Jews so I remember when when that was happening watching T. V. and really feeling as if no other life was been impacted in in this war I and that really hit and for those unfortunate words were the only words I can think about expressing at that moment okay and what is really into play then I put something else in the control screen there no regrets for anti semitic comments here we go often times there are.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"He doesn't love Gary Numan. Nobody's said everybody. I got some very interesting headlines coming up, and then we got congressman Louie Gohmert. I I'm totally going to ask them about the bar testimony to because the fact that the media is all over this like what a scandal shows you how complicit they are. Just asinine shows you how unbelievably complicit they are let's to kick into some headlines showing and now all of the news, you would probably miss it's time for data's quick. This is crazy evidence of a new human species, founded Philippines, according to the Wall Street Journal, fossils unearthed, a limestone cavern part of a previously unknown human species that roam the island about fifty thousand years ago, they found a handful of fossilized teeth and bones. And they said that it looks like it's so far. It's evidence of what they think is a previously unknown human species small jawed with dainty teeth able to up all walk upright. But with Pete still shape to climb. They said these island creatures were mix and match patchwork of primitive in advance. I features a unique variation in human form, very interesting. So there's going to be I can't wait to remorse about it. But they said that that they think that they're. These specialists in human fossils, think that half dozen or so species of hominids as as closely related human species recalled may have coexisted around the world between fifty thousand and two hundred fifty thousand years ago interesting. So this was yeah. And collapse Callo colo- cave. Northern Philippines craziness. Right. Holy cow. New caravan is heading for the United States one hundred thousand caught of those legal trying to illegally enter the United States caught in just one month, the San Pedro Soula and Honduras about a thousand people gathered there Tuesday night last night to form a new caravan. They said that there's probably about eight hundred thousand to one police official there told who told Agence France-Presse that still doesn't mean that it's going to be allowable. It's not going to be allowed still, you know. This is not going to be left. This is really sad. And but heaven forbid, we have a serious conversation about mental health because the guns it's all law abiding gun owners fault. The number of children going to the suicidal thoughts and attempts has doubled. This is so sad. They said that the numbers doubled between two thousand seven and two thousand and fifteen researchers used publicly available data from the national hospital ambulatory medical care survey and administered by the US centers for disease control and prevention CDC, so they said three hundred emergency rooms were sampled. Researchers track number of children between five and eighteen received a diagnosis of a suicidal idealization or suicide attempt every year diagnoses either condition increased from five hundred eighty thousand in two thousand seventeen to one point twelve million in two thousand fifteen it's a study that was published just Monday. Wow. Why is that there's so many factors? I think but also maybe perhaps even the breakdown of the family as well. The scariest superbug is that is on the radar medical health professionals speaking, the US with hundreds of infected, but hospitals or apparently not obliged to tell patients that they have infections on site. It is a superbug that they've been studying for some time. It's it's a superbug fungus. And they said that it was on the CDC's radar. It's the they say the east is resistant to most mainline treatments and has a sixty percents mortality risk hospitals in states can refuse to report their infections to avoid becoming labeled as a source of infection. It is called Candida RS. It's resistant to most drugs they said in the United States three hundred New Yorkers were..

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"That's a good one nail. That number three is one. I'm sure we've all heard of apricots April cuts. Apricots apricot, king. What? Why can't you do Africa tz well, is it April cuts or apricots? I think I would say if I don't know now. 'cause there's in my head, honestly, like you saying that it's hard for me select, but I'm just going to do it. April caught April cut. Yeah. Can't do. I have a happy anyway. I never. I never heard of this. April cuts, a stars and stripes article from nineteen sixty eight explains the story surrounding marines via KUA Viet who continuously found themselves under attack by artillery barrages. What they started to notice was that these barrages would start almost immediately whenever marine eight a can of April cots from their c. rations coincidence, you be the judge. I will say I never saw any. Get in to get eight hundred. Fancy boy shit, God race right next to their caviar ones. Oh, what is it from? Notting hill recruits. Drenched in Honey. Yeah, that's fancy show. Wow. I guess those guys, Vietnam had a pretty easy. Anyways. Number two skeleton keys never heard of this when either this superstition comes from the US army. If you look closely, you'll see a pretty distinct key shaped blotch within the modern camouflage patterns in what may be coincidence. Silver soldiers took bullets right in the keys. It could be coincidence or deeper. I've never heard of that one, but I'm looking at a photo. This is great radio there is if you look at the army digitize if you have a key pattern on yours, watch out, there's one here circled and it looks just like a key. I think it's like when you open the two zero rapper, if you get the star, that actually doesn't mean anything. Oh, I used to think of that means you get a free one. No, but it doesn't and I went and like, you don't. This is a silly one. My the way. I'm going to ask you at the end. Which superstition? The biggest one I've ever heard they missed to me. So I'll ask you that in a second because number one is saying the r. word rain. Well, we're going to drop hard ours. I thought there's going to be some artifacts marine cylinders and anyone who has the job of the military that requires going outside believes that using the term rain will change the weather from anything else to pouring rain. I never heard it called rain. I always heard it called inclement weather. Yeah, I've never heard that one. What's the one that that you think is not covered here? Charms charms that is the only one really that only degree in charms. I thought it was just charms in general. Oh, no, you can eat. No, we'll have to ask our users, but if you got charms and you're supposed to throw the entire thing out, no, no, no. I wish it. It's good for you because it gives you a little shot of sugar taps the whole generation kill. Don't they throw the whole thing with the green one agreed. Let's look at Google right now. All right, dude, dude. Ballooning. And. I'm whistling really nicely. Doo doo doo doo to gay. They don't even put charms Murray's anymore because if everyone is just going to hire candy out of the humvee window, it's a gross waste of syrup. How to pronounce her syrup. No, what an individual's tastes were. One item is always discarded the charms. Candy. The reason was that for a mixture of superstition, and because the younger guys knew just get slapped out of their hands for even opening the rapper. I don't think it's the whole ones still despite the fact that Ugo it by show of hands for all those who are listening. If you think it's green, just stick your dick Skinner high in the sky, right? Damn now. Nope. I didn't see anybody to it. Fuck you're wrong. That's on me. Yeah. As sergeant. Kenneth Wilson told Agence France-Presse I don't know what that means just before the us led invasion of Iraq a lemon flavored charm would cause a vehicle breakdown. The green ones were the ones that brought rain and Radha very meant certain death. You might as rockets berry you might as well beating April cot. So the April cots thing must be a well known thing too. I never heard of the..

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to midori house first broadcast of the twentyfirst to february two thousand eighteen on monocle 24 alone welcomes midori house come at you live from studio while near in london i'm andrew miller on today's show a horrific few days even by the standards of syria's civil war prompts fresh condemnation from around the world but will it prompt any meaningful response my guests florence beadman and colored the neuro we'll be discussing this and the days of the top stories including president emmanuel macron's plans for reforming france's immigration laws the efforts of bangladesh and myanmar to maintain relations despite the row hinge a refugee crisis and what should finland do with an immense bitcoin stash it com really spend that's all coming up on the dory house a monocle 24 right now and welcome to midori house my guest today i'll florence beat him an agence france presse london bureau chief and colored manure a senior teaching fellow in southeast asian politics at so us welcome both now these standards of hideous nece established over the seven years of serious civil war a such that when the conflict does still command international headlines it is a certain signify that something especially dreadful is occurring such appears to be the case in eastern gutu the long besieged rebel enclave adjoining damascus which has come under renewed bombardment by serene government forces in the last few days at least three hundred people have been reported killed this week florence it's all we can tell of what's going on is east in eastern gutierrez is from the the footage being broadcast out of their by people in eastern duties as is the case had and has been the case throughout syria almost impossible to report from it independently but from what we can glean from that do we.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Experts are calling this outright rage hypocrisy how many do on a senegalese analyst with us that think tank laugh wreak daisy days said quote ordinary people aside everyone knew about this governments international organisations political leaders unquote yoon team amnesty international's west said directors said quote hostagetakings violence toward your and rape were well documented in libya and we've been talking about slavery for a long time unquote un rights chief is aid ride alhussein said quote the international community cannot continue to turn a blind eye to the unimaginable horrors endured by migrants in libya unquote in september the agence france presse reported on a gambian migrant who had returned home to warn young people not to attempt to get to europe he told afp about his experience saying quote we were taken to various pharmacies were the libyan guys sold as slaves we worked on the farms for free unquote we hear at world view reported that story in april the international organisation for migration reported the existence of markets where migrants became commodities to be bought last summer the head of doctors without borders joann new but it open letter to european governments warning of the thriving kidnapping torture and extortion business in libya she asked to quote in their efforts to stem the influx our european governments ready to pay the price for rape torture and slavery we can't say we didn't know about this unquote analysts tummy duan said a passive response from african leaders was in part to blame for the unfolding disaster he said quote this cannot go on faced with crime against humanity you don't condemn it you unquote since the scandal broke right has offered to take in thirty thousand africans from libya according to the afp migration commissioner dimitrius ever mapa le's said on thursday that the eu was quote working without let up to find solutions these shares president mahamadou issoufou propose that several slavery be on the agenda at an eu african union summit next week completing at long journey from a monarchy to a federal republic the people in a nepal today began the first phase of voting for national and provincial assemblies in the first parliamentary polls since 1999 second phase of the election will take place december seventh the poll voted in two thousand eight for a constituent assembly which doubled as a parliament to.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Should they are the real democrats of spain lulled the d separatists who wanted a referendum in the name of the rights of foot boss i would also because it's been serving a twists and turns that you know this still fifty days to these elections and plenty of opportunities bush sites to make ren does mistakes of the kind that we've seen the last two months rafael miranda author of the struggle for catalonia unsparing correspondent new york times thank you for joining us from barcelona you're listening to monocle 24 up next how much will really change when france lifts its state of emergency ubs has a one in nine hundred investment analyst from one hundred different names over nine hundred of the sharpest millon freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn no one has maung no one knows small me and find out how we can help you contact us yesterday you are listening to the daily on monocle 24 it is just a couple of weeks short of two years since a nationwide state of emergency was declared in france following a series of terrorist attacks in and around paris which killed one hundred and thirty people that state of emergency will end tomorrow after a fashion france is to replace the state of emergency with a rugged new antiterrorist statute which will permanently grant to law enforcement agencies some of the powers to which many french citizens mont of supposed they were only to be temporarily entitled we'll joining me in the studio is florence prediman bureau chief for agence france presse in london florence that question first of all i guess is the much difference between the state of emergency about to wind and the new lower about take force.

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"agence france presse" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"agence france presse" Discussed on KKAT

"I don't know the point is is that this was designed purposely it was picked this concert in particular was pet because it is it is this is a concert that was for the majority of the ten days where young girls aged sixteen to twenty there were boys there for sure but this was i want everybody to get past that from because everybody has a kneejerk reaction well there were boys there someone i'm talking about this was specifically designed this this is a girls concert young girls and it was at the end of it when people would be leaving and it was specifically done at this time and i asked this i bring the sat because last night i tweeted out something last night because i was going to bring it to this point today so the majority of the audience was young girls if ever there was a war on women there you have one and as i noted last night will we see the pink hats brigade for these girls well we see these she persisted hashtag for these girls what will we see for these girls i saw the and i don't misconstrued what i'm about to say i saw that came from agence france presse said paris's eiffel tower is going to go dark for the.

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