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Trump orders 'robust assistance package' for Italy

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Trump orders 'robust assistance package' for Italy

"More than one month after the corona virus epidemic emerged in Italy the trump administration will send medical supplies humanitarian relief and other assistance and P. R. Silvio pull Julie reports president trump has ordered several measures including making U. S. military personnel based in Italy available for telemedicine services helping set up field hospitals and transporting supplies Italian media report that trump said he spoke on the phone with Italian prime minister Giuseppe cold day who was very happy to receive the U. S. aid the timing of the U. S. announcement may have been a surprise because Clinton made no mention of it in his dinner time address announcing the month long lockdown will last another three weeks the U. S. aid will come weeks after Russia China Cuba and Albania sent medical supplies and teams of doctors to help Italy fight the

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Croatia's ruling conservatives to analyze loss of presidency

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:40 min | 11 months ago

Croatia's ruling conservatives to analyze loss of presidency

"And Croatia's former Prime Minister Zoran on Novic won his country's presidential elections this weekend. The center-left candidate beat the defending center-right incumbent Kalinda grubber Qatar in a second-round round runoff. Mr Milinovic takes the reins just as Croatia takes on the rotating presidency of the European Union at the time of huge change within the EU. So so how will he manageable. This Guy Delone ISM is multiples Balkans correspondent and I'm delighted to say. He joins me on the line now. A guy a very warm welcome. Tell us about this new the president that Croatia has yeah. He's not exactly a newcomer to Croatian politics. He's not a fresh face by any means. He was actually Prime Minister for five years between twenty one ten and two thousand fifteen when he was at that point the leader of the Social Democrat Party And he was emptied out in two thousand fifteen hundred along with his government. Ostensibly I think because he the Presided over the bulk of never ending recession and it lasted for six years this recession. Although he was at pains to point out during the presidential debate that during during his last quarter in power as prime minister of Croatia had started to grow again economically speaking. You know you described him. As centre-left you describe. Kalinda Gra Qatada which is as a centre right. These things are all relative in Croatian politics. you you have both sides appealing at these nationalist tendencies save which have still existed even despite the fact that Croatia achieved its independence during the homeland war of the Nineteen Ninety S. They still think it's A. It's a winner to to drum up nationalist rhetoric. And we certainly saw Mr Milosevic and also script Qatada Mitch doing that during the campaign. Indeed I mean many people were quite surprised the fact that Kalinda grab architectural which has lost the election given the fact that she was extremely popular in so many ways. And also talking about the populist and nationalist point of view many remember her the World Cup final in two thousand eighteen when she was closing cozying up Vladimir Putin. And that's quite a statement to make who can forget those scenes When Kalinda quarterback Catava gloriously decked out in the checkable Jersey of of of Croatia during the World Cup final? As I recall she didn't have an umbrella but some I'm funky was holding an umbrella over over Putin's had but she looks absolutely delighted with the fact Croatia we're in the final and creations enjoyed the fact that not only their country's footballers footballer's but also their country's head of state regaining such an international profile. And you saw many profiles of Qatada in the international press after after that she certainly gained international attention and that was a big boost to her personal popularity For a long while and for much of last year you would have said that she'd be a shoo-in career election because you've really got to do something hitting quite unfortunate in order to lose the presidency and Croatia because it isn't a role the tolls a lot of executive power by any means means it's really a figurehead slash ceremonial role. But she made some missteps. And I think the key one among them was she made some sort of alliance with the mayor of Zagreb Millan Bandage Pitch. Who is currently on trial for corruption? Not the first time that's happened to him and needs to be said. And if there's one thing that voters in Croatia a sensitive about it's the idea idea of politicians troughing it at their expense and that seems to be in the biggest misstep which hit her popularity that she was in second place in in the first round of this. The presidential election to Mr Milosevic many people thought hoover up the right wing votes in in the second round. But it seems that wasn't the case against Milosevic assuming the presidency and a k next month I think as you said the largely ceremonial role but he does have influence when it comes to foreign policy and defense and security plus last Wednesday. Croatia took up the reins in terms of being the The EU presidency. It's assumed the six-month rotating position and has described itself. Is it being a historic event CRATIA and the most difficult test of its maturity since independence. That's an enormous job. I think that's actually Ahah comment because the issue we've seen had highlighted during the presidential campaign is the two candidates still hawking back to the nineteen ninety s and there was a think tank here in Slovenia which was looking at the issue and it said that the the both candidates were trying to prove which was the biggest Croat. And that's that's rather problematic when you think this is now almost thirty years on from the country's independence it's twenty five years on from the end of the homeland wars. They call it in Croatia unless still trying to prove who's more Croat than the other. The country needs to move beyond that and taking on the presidency of the European Union. Even if it's only for six months is a chance to show that it can be bigger than that and it does have an excellent opportunity to show that it can put all of these ethnic and regional squabbles. Behind it because of course the question of the expansion of the European Union into the Western Balkans is a really big live issue. Both Serbia and Montenegro are in membership negotiations. Albania north Macedonia would dearly like to be and would be were it not for manual macron. Vetoing them a couple of months ago so Croatia really doesn't have an opportunity here to stand up and say it'll be better for all of us in this region and in Europe as a whole if we he gets on the right track with these negotiations. This is the K. Isn't it guy the fact that when you do assume the EU presidency. You almost have to put your national interest to one side and thinking linkin terms of the greater good of the block. How capable do you think Croatia will be in trying this this task given the fact that it's issues of populism listen? Nationalism Migration border control a such a sticky issue for them. I don't want to make Zora Milosevic out to be an angel. He isn't he's he said. A nasty things about Serbia. Bosnia and Croatia has been locked in a border dispute with Slovenia a decades now However the fact that people wanted to vote for him him who is as we settle sensibly centre-left rather than Kalinda robot Qatada? He was supported by a right-wing Nationalist Party the party which founded Croatia the HD Zad that may be indicates that the voters think that they need to do something else. Now that this would be optimistic slammed on this it has to be said but perhaps people are thinking well. It is now time to move beyond that. The the arguments the politics and the ethnic arguments of the nineteen ninety s and try something different so so she would be optimistic in the New Year to think of Croatia moving in that direction. Why not thank you very much? Indeed guide

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Balkan countries rush to help in Albanian earthquake

Mike Gallagher

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Balkan countries rush to help in Albanian earthquake

"Their operation to find survivors and recover bodies from Albania's deadly earthquake is winding down with rescue crews limiting their efforts to a collapse beachfront hotel as the death toll climbed to forty nine rescue crews are working through the ruins of the hotel or one person was still believed to be missing neighboring countries and the U. Russian rescue crews and specialized equipment hours after the quake

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Search in Albania quake reduced, death toll at 49

Morning Edition

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Search in Albania quake reduced, death toll at 49

"The death toll in Albania is up to at least forty six following Tuesday's powerful earthquake there search teams say their efforts to locate possible survivors are winding down three days after the quake toppled buildings including apartments and a beach front hotel the country's health minister says about two thousand people were injured in the quake it had a magnitude of six point four the strongest to hit Albania in

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Hopes fade for any more survivors in Albania quake; at least 25 dead

Mike Slater

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Hopes fade for any more survivors in Albania quake; at least 25 dead

"In Albania rescue crews are continuing to look for survivors in casualties underneath toppled buildings knocked down by the country's worst earthquake in decades so far at least twenty five people are dead more than six hundred people injured several aftershocks of follow the magnitude six point four quake with several above magnitude

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Quake death toll in Albania rises

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Quake death toll in Albania rises

"The Albanian defense ministry says the death toll from Tuesday's earthquake keeps rising on some six hundred and fifty people all declared injured rescues a still digging for rebel in search of survivors the quake with a magnitude of six point four brought down several apartment blocks in the city of duress and the town close to the epicenter they're residents that intense and calls and if the soccer stadium as powerful aftershocks from the earthquake continued I'm Charles to live this month

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Devastating  Quake  HIts Albania

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Devastating Quake HIts Albania

"The death toll from a powerful earthquake in Albania has risen to twenty five overnight is local and international rescue crews continue to search collapsed buildings for survivors more than six hundred people were injured in the magnitude six point four quake that struck the country's coastal cities flags are flying at half staff around the country is Albania observes a national day of

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"albania" Discussed on AP News

AP News

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"albania" Discussed on AP News

"Authorities say more people have been confirmed dead well around 600 were injured in the magnitude 6.4 quake that struck the country's coastal cities in Durres Albania second largest city on the Adriatic Sea residents stepped intense and calls on at a soccer stadium as powerful aftershocks from the quake continued the quake in Albania on Tuesday was followed by a small one in nearby southern Bosnia and another trouble off the coast of the island of Crete in Greece I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Albania death toll reaches 25 in quake aftermath

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Albania death toll reaches 25 in quake aftermath

"Authorities say more people have been confirmed dead well around six hundred were injured in the magnitude six point four quake that struck the country's coastal cities in Durres Albania second largest city on the Adriatic Sea residents stepped intense and calls on at a soccer stadium as powerful aftershocks from the quake continued the quake in Albania on Tuesday was followed by a small one in nearby southern Bosnia and another trouble off the coast of the island of Crete in Greece I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Albania earthquake kills 14; rescuers hunt for survivors

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Albania earthquake kills 14; rescuers hunt for survivors

"The powerful predawn earthquake collapsed at least three apartment buildings well people slept and rescue crews are working to free people believed trapped there's no indication as to how many people might still be buried in the rubble the health ministry reports as well as the data around six hundred people at least have been injured with some in serious condition the six point four magnitude quake was felt across Europe the southern Balkans I was followed by multiple aftershocks I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Albania: Biggest earthquake in decades takes deadly toll

WBZ Morning News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Albania: Biggest earthquake in decades takes deadly toll

"An update now on that earthquake in Albania the death toll has risen to at least eight with hundreds more injured the quake was centered in the port city of do as about thirty miles outside the capital of Toronto it was felt in several other

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Strong quake hits Albania; at least 9 dead, hundreds injured

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Strong quake hits Albania; at least 9 dead, hundreds injured

"Cruise going brick by brick removing rubble today in Albania's capital city of Toronto following a six point four magnitude earthquake at least nine are dead that number is expected to go higher hundreds are injured here's the BBC's guy dulani quake hit just before four o'clock in the morning local time the most severely affected area appears to be the port city of don't ask about forty kilometers west of the capital Tirana some buildings that have completely collapsed and launch cracks of opened on roads the government confirmed that army personnel working with firefighters to rescue people trapped

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"albania" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"albania" Discussed on AP News

"A strong earthquake has hit Albania in Eastern Europe with the 6 dead on 300 injured the magnitude 6.4 quake which struck early had an epicenter at 19 miles northwest of the capital Tirana at a depth of 12 miles Albania's president says the situation closest to the epicenter is very dramatic no effort to being done to take people out of ruined buildings meanwhile the defense ministry says a number of bodies have been found in the rubble experts say the quake would have been filled by around 10000000 people in Montenegro Italy north Macedonia Greece and Bulgaria as well as Albania I'm Charles de Ledesma

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The Latest: Earthquake in Albania felt across the region

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Earthquake in Albania felt across the region

"A strong earthquake has hit Albania in Eastern Europe with the six dead on three hundred injured the magnitude six point four quake which struck early had an epicenter at nineteen miles northwest of the capital Tirana at a depth of twelve miles Albania's president says the situation closest to the epicenter is very dramatic no effort to being done to take people out of ruined buildings meanwhile the defense ministry says a number of bodies have been found in the rubble experts say the quake would have been filled by around ten million people in Montenegro Italy north Macedonia Greece and Bulgaria as well as Albania I'm Charles de Ledesma

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European monitors report magnitude-5.2 earthquake centered in Bosnia, hours after deadly Albanian quake

Joel Riley

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

European monitors report magnitude-5.2 earthquake centered in Bosnia, hours after deadly Albanian quake

"Overnight a magnitude five point two earthquake centered in Bosnia hours after a deadly Albanian earthquake that selectively six dead and three hundred injured a magnitude six point four earthquake shook Albania early Tuesday the U. S. Geological Survey said the quake struck before four AM local time nineteen miles northwest of the capital Tirana the quake caused buildings to collapse there were scores of aftershocks some preliminary magnitude of five point one and five point four day driver ABC

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Powerful Earthquake Strikes Albania

All Things Considered

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Powerful Earthquake Strikes Albania

"Rescue efforts are underway in Albania where a magnitude six point four earthquake has resulted in at least four deaths the quake struck near the capital of the eastern European nation causing several buildings to collapse with people inside the US Geological Survey said it is the second powerful tremor to hit the region two

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EU failure to open membership talks with Albania and North Macedonia condemned

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

EU failure to open membership talks with Albania and North Macedonia condemned

"European Union leaders failed to agree on launching membership negotiations with Albania on north Macedonia in a back tracked the could risk inflaming the volatile Balkans region the two countries had expected to begin negotiations on joining the block a process which could take several years French president Emmanuel macron went allow any new countries into the A. you until it's in large print procedures have been improved while the Netherlands supposes Albania's candidacy and disputes the commission's

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Trump administration tries to walk back Mulvaney's Ukraine comments

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Trump administration tries to walk back Mulvaney's Ukraine comments

"President trump's acting chief of staff is walking back comments he made yesterday that the White House with held several hundred million dollars worth of military aid to Ukraine as pressure to investigate the DNC and the twenty sixteen presidential campaign Democrats say Mick Mulvaney is comments were clear admission of a quid pro quo he insists they were misconstrued more from CBS is major character has in this study the effort by congressional Republicans to say there's nothing aligning or linking these matters even though lots of Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill before this story broke we're curious why the gradually authorized aid to Ukraine was being held up in his own words as emphatically as anyone in this administration has said publicly Mulvaney said why yesterday Albania's are scheduled to meet with a group of Republican lawmakers at camp David this

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Global measles cases three times higher than last year: WHO

BBC World Service

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Global measles cases three times higher than last year: WHO

"Well helpful gonna vision is warned you wrote that it's losing the bottle to immunize against measles of the rates of the viral disease climb alarming that it say's the almost ninety thousand cases of measles and forty eight European countries in the first half of this year on Wall them the total of the whole of last year let's speak now too doctor said how to doctor who's the program manager for the vaccine preventable diseases an individual's program what health organization regional office for Europe of good morning thank you for joining us what's happening here why the why is that rigorous of measles yeah thank you so much I think I have you know the region continues to make up programs to as the measles and rubella elimination in that region however as you mention that after the lowest number of cases that the region sawing twenty sixteen there's been an increase of measles cases in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen and it continues to escalate in twenty nineteen just to let you know and and their that out of the fifty three countries that we have been the doublet European region almost forty eight of them in twenty nineteen I'm getting confused by what you're saying you see that there is progress being made but you're also saying that there is an alarming climb which one is it yeah so I think it is that they're the they're the progress why if you look into how what was the reason like around twenty years back a decade or two decades back urban huge number of cases we have a I see we had huge number of deaths as well so I think if you look into the whole concept over over a couple of decades sentiment tremendous progress had been made however over the last couple of years we are seeing surge of measles cases across all back countries almost all the countries in the European region data indicate on why you think about is what is the reason for that yeah indeed I think they're that clearly shows that the countries where we have seen high number of in a hot and the high coverage for you guys that are coming out at the national level there are on vaccinated cohort of people at the at the sub national level in the commune or in day and the communities are in the municipalities so there are unvaccinated people there despite supporting a very high coverage from these countries would use gets what's people's attitude was vaccination in Europe as a whole I love you do you have a sense of what people view because in many parts of the U. S. for example choose not to vaccinate their children in places like Pakistan has been a problem with blanks and they should should running very many is yes I think the interesting part of it is ninety five percent is the coverage off of them off all the major vaccines in the tablet you look and reach which indicates that ninety five percent of the patterns that it should be reaching out to get there Baghdad child bassinet which is a positive trend and then that indicates to some extent that that they do trust the vaccination system did to DO tries the vaccines however this number that I'm tending a ninety five percent is not across all countries there are variations across the country some derivation within a country not Iraq and so yeah yeah I'm talking about countries talk to me about Albania Czech Republic Greece on the UK what's going on in those four countries so you see that these all these four countries that reporter coverages as administrative coverage at as stated poster doublet Joe has been pretty high and I think that was the point that I was intending to you that now because the day have a high national coverage why do they have bad measles outbreak or why well in a light and that makes us elimination status was lost these points us to the fact that there are sub nationally eighty as community is our minister but it's bad they are on back briefly if you can what needs to be done to change the trend of the moment yes I think the most important thing now that these countries need to do and we are urging all day make these member states and also on the member states to use every opportunity to read to the children which routine vaccination bus number what they need to close that gap as soon as possible good to talk to you think if your time doctors a daughter daughter is a program manager with the World Health

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Global Market Update

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Global Market Update

"In Asian markets ended mixed overnight the Nikkei Japan rose three tenths of one percent the hang sang in Hong Kong down two tenths of one percent in Chinese CSI three hundred ending half of one percent lower European markets seeing modest gains today in thin trading right now the footsie in London is up just fractionally the CAC in Paris up one tenth of one percent the dachshund Germany of nearly two tenths of one percent economic interior and foreign ministers from six Balkan nations hoping to join the European Union met today with their you counterparts in Warsaw Poland to discuss becoming full members of the block those nations are Montenegro Serbia north Macedonia Albania Bosnia and

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"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"And I was actually treated like really, well, I didn't experience anything it was all positively especially from the Greek people of an yeah, my experience has been good. But I don't know anyone who has specifically Monaco's question was going to be the places where you don't notice the prejudice. But that's just normal. It's normal. But yeah, there was the country specifically last year, I went to Lithuania. And when I went there because I must you my friends that I met when I lived in Europe live there. So I decided to visit and one of my friends, you know, said the N word, and they didn't know it was bad. And at first I was a little upset. But then I realized you know, the country is like basically ninety nine point nine percent white. So I can't assume that they would know, and it causes to have like a conversation, and we all spend about four or five hours, and I was literally explaining in detail why the word is bad the history and everything like that and went then like a conversation with mean, like seven Lithuanians, you know, they understood and then from then on you know, they were telling their friends and their friends are telling their friends, and because of that like easy conversation about it. You know, they know never to say the history behind the a why it's important to know about. Prejudice against like African Americans. And what we go through. There are countries to people haven't seen a black person. Yes. Yes. I have a lot of experience with that of. So I when I basically anywhere in eastern Europe a country specifically as I can remember is going back to Lithuania. Again last year. I did Lithuania Latvia Finland Austria at the same time. I was in the Baltics I still remember like going out with my friends pick me up from the airport, and we just hung out at a bar and like everyone just was like looking and staring. And like they honestly were like freaking out of this one person. Brandy ran up to me, the hug me I had like a lot of free drinks that people. And literally when I went to this one like, my friend was like, hey, we should go to hip. Hop are just to see how to react because piper. Apply. A hip hop. Bye. Everyone's faces drop and there's was famous or just someone, but he just ran over and remembered as Boeing guy like freaking out saying, oh my God. I love to bug. Booking? Gave me this big hug, and I'm like, okay. Cool. Also, going back to my friends, and we go to the balcony like everyone's just surrounding me ask me questions like where from like have been in New York because foreigners love New York for some odd reason, and like they just relax so into it. And then when we went to one bar, we bar hopped in the more bars went through the more people tag the long game. Like all day was either I got random high fives in the street people like apologizing for like, you know, certain things people say or like just allowed people like flirting hitting me that happened lot too. It was just it was a great experience. You know, some people be overwhelmed, but like I ended up getting so much free stuff..

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"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"That sounds pretty good to me. Finally, what he's expected to become the world's biggest day has opened. The new Istanbul airport is very sleek and molten covers nine thousand nine thousand acres. That's sixty six squeak. And it will handle ninety million passengers a year it the initial stike, but that number's plant to rise to over two hundred million passengers. Now, it's going to take the field that I have asked you about in the quiz, the world's busiest day, it will become the most busy taking over from. Nope. Fund out until the end of the episode fill in previous podcasts that will. I met PLO podcasts. We've touched on lots of topics traveling with children, traveling solo shoveling the disability. But what about traveling when you're posting of Cala and a comeback to your favorite travel quite yacht. Twine yet five hundred air travel is final to prejudice bigotry and narrow mindedness yet. But what happens if that is your reality? Stephen Brown reached out to us to have a chat about that topic specifically traveling as a colored person is that the right term even now I'm worried about how should fries. A lot of people say traveling while black African American like both terms working there tangibly or cannot put my hands up stride about inside. I'm one Spanish so. Well, I do have a splash of something. And there are rumors among the family that could be of an indigenous night show, but a couple of articles in the last twenty four hours, and I've read quite a few from Muslims that travel in negative quite jittery particularly women if they wearing hijabs and they coming into security checkpoints. They sufferings is easy. I can get that. But as as an African American or black person what prejudice. Do you come up come across of way? Know, traveling pretty good. But some things I'm heard that you'll laugh I didn't asked if I knew how to rap. Automatically assume that knew how to read. Give us one. I can't have. Awful at it. So I'm just like, no listener at music. That's funny. So I guess the next question is can you dance? What are you moves Z? Right. I can't even dead. So like the nut stereotypical ever hit. But I can talk. Is pretty cool. Thank you, other some places that you go to that was view than other places. Yeah. I pledge his different. Yes. So what's funny about traveling while black is the most prejudice? I received was in my own country and the United States I can say is story when the I went to the mid west visit one of my good friends in Minnesota. We were hanging out in since he grew up there..

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"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"So for her being reindeer herd is not just a job that says connection with this identity that goes back, and this identity of who she is is a person this connection to to herself and her heritage and her family and the things that matter. So I think when we. When you think about work, so many jobs that we have in the world. And so many of the things that we do aquatic meaningless eating if this job job disappeared with anybody really can. And you think does my job really matter to me a huge amount. So work is something we have to deal with we have to do. But does it connect with our Solan? Does it matter to the world visa her work connects to the environment? It's physical something that gives her a real sense of mortality as well. But she's very wary of the fact that these animals dies she has to slow to them. She cares for some. It gives a real sense of understanding that reality of Avante. But also has this deep personal thing for her as well as the fact that it's a very tangible job reindeer would not survive or people would not eat meat. So that we don't get rain differ. She didn't do her job. So I just got a really strong sense of. The importance of what you do. And how you Paul's you'll toy and then that's that's very much the vocational aspect of it. And then the being in the wilderness the way she talks about the work and how hard it is. And how from one season to the next thing is can change if they have a very hot. Hot spell then. They can't get the reindeer to the pastures. They need them to all or the snow melts, then freezes over, then they can't get to the moss underneath note of that just may be realized how disconnected I am from nature in. What all I d say it's approaching winter here in England, but I can turn the turn the heating on. If if there's a sought Claude somewhere the world, it doesn't matter you can still go and get my my fruit and veg from the supermarket or we're going to get my chicken onto disconnected from the reality things and my work. I love my storytelling. And I love finding ways sharing these ideas. But it's quite different to the the tangible reality of the work. She does and just like that ashes given us a lot to think about links to those videos created the world ads in China that Christina tonner is the head of the Americas will world meds spent a guest on the podcast previously. Feel few Tom's now of Tom's. Yes. But we have her back this time for us. I chat about now by now. Thanks, guys. Great feedback. You'll be getting your own show. Three times. Now, that's agent. Out by NIA, tell us about it. What did you what prompted you to go? There is a distant action. It actually SIMS off of the podcast set. We had back in the day that ages ago with an Albanian it was run over tourism. And that with the real motivation for wanting to have a holiday somewhere where we could get the great outdoors, the mazing hiking and not really run into the crowd. So we sort of ran through the big listed places that we wanted to go when I just thought, you know, what let's go to ban, you know, one going they're getting there was a bit funky in that from the state to became really spendy whether you will into Athens or connected in Frankfurt or wherever it might be just became really expensive. So we decided to fly into Rome, which at the time we had a really good deal on the ticket. And we basically over landed our way into the ferry over from. I think on the way over we took it from Barry to the coastal port town of duress from there. We basically took a. Cab. We took a cab..

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"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"So I actually joined the army reserve the age of thirty one which is quite an old age to joining the army one on New Zealand that will certainly when I started to try and explore the outdoors that was one of the things I intended to do that. In fact, the very first time, I went into the outdoors utterly unprepared or some big kits and headed up towards the. Southern Alps out towards the aspiring range and had a very miserable nights out on my own when I realized I didn't have proper navigational skills, but can follow a Paul. So that was my first experience how he came back not particularly rugged, but through then going off to do things in the army. You basically spend most of your time in miserable wet wood blocks in southern orange New England and learning how to carry heavy things when you'll back that's mostly what you do. So he's sort of developed some of the skills that become quite useful. What are you going to do it finishes? I think the Moshi school that you learn in the army is the ability to hang on through what you doing all of your elements. Trading. UD various bits and pieces that teach you that. When you think you're about to give up you can certainly keep them go. What about all of my journeys might relations have been rooted in Entropa, get a better sense. Of history. I think it's very easy to go traveling and just go. Well, this place is great is cool beaches head who's really nice or indeed going off an Instagram in various places around the world. But I've always enjoyed going off in search of a story, and that certainly fits in very well with the point of making about always being fun part of your journey needs to be go off in search and having that sense vendetta, I was very lucky I spent quite a bit of time go and expeditions with my friend. Who's a British explorer who lives would we did some big expeditions in Africa and Central America Southeast Asia's sent south central Asia. So the Himalayas and the coaxes at all of his journeys were long distance journeys with a sense of trying to uncover stuff along the way. And similarly for me what I did with our Bena Jake was I discovered this story about this British secret operations executive mission to our Bainian. That happened in nineteen forty three. So what happened was after Italy had surrendered to the allies. The Germans realized that Albanian which had previously been under Italian control is quite a useful place. So the Germans went in there took over Albanian, and the the British realize that if they could interfere with German operations and Albanian they could tie up a lot of German military forces. They could reduce the flow of arms and people down to reinforce the journal patient of Greece, which the British also trying to get back distract the Germans from fighting in northern Europe. And so these very plucky blokes had been conducting secret missions trying to find allies in Albanian and trying to get into fight. The germans. But then the German said figured out they were there and go in search of them in these this particular one guy who Trotsky Davies, he was a Brigadier in charge of the whole operation spent the best part of three months throughout winter running away from the Germans and the hiding in various various villages and towns, and I thought well, this is an amazing journey that nobody really knows about Burson. If you think about our worn it's about north, France. It's about Singapore. It's about the Kajima and the Indian border fighting in Burma, and then Dida and then going through that way. But there's not really much about what they were doing in the Balkans. So this is interesting just because it is interesting to me as a as a soldier. And it was interesting to me is a story, and I'll pain is one of these places that you hear about and he really much about it, you what what is what does it mean, you what is the story of Albanian? So I could do I could explore the two. Together. Tr- retrace his story have a bit of adventure walking around in the mountains. But also learn a bit about Albanian. So that was really the Genesis of that story if you wanna ask me mine pressures of out binding, I have a girlfriend who is Turkish Albany..

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"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"It's everything. For the adventurous, independent trumpeter ourselves. My friend came out and like freaked out because he's like way, I'm so sorry. I had to go to because he didn't know. And I was like, no, it's fine. But like the whole time or in town, they were just so confused as to why I was hanging around with blond kid like everyone's faces just like us, and we even hiking we got like it looks. But you know, I don't really let it get to me. I just ignore it. And keep it going because you know, sure that is Stephen who we will chat with lighter in the poll cast, you love the discussion. It's about traveling as a colored person and that will include out by which film is the focus of the distillation episode on. I'm so excited about this Albany on the south eastern European side on the Balkan peninsula. It's a very small country with attic, and I o Nian coastlines and the interior is crossed by the Albanian Alps, which makes for great hiking. It also has tons of castles and lots of historical and occupy logical sites. He got that would at k. We'll look at hiking in Albany, or as you mentioned in this episode. We'll learn it's a country that still very much appeals to the backpack. And probably now is a very good time to visit before everyone discovers it. We're not helping me. No. I know I thought that I thought that. But let's start as we do with your quiz question. Art, which airport came is the world's busiest on measuring passenger numbers in traffic passenger numbers, which is the world's busiest if a kite. At the end of the podcast Ashkhabad while she is travel writer, and filmmaker among many many things he makes videos to a world demands. And in this chat, ashtrays with this story involving aid Reeves who is an Englishman who had visited Albania to research World War Two special operations executive mission given ashes connections to the military and love of walking in the mountains. He planned treat with it to retrace the British route of those troops. So what is your connection to the military? So I'm not in the regular army British army reserve, which is kind of the pots army, and I nearly joined the regular army when I left university. I was finishing my degree. I did a degree in philosophy which makes me professionally unemployable, and I was looking for something to do. I did one of those career assessment testing and talk with the army's nearly of the the age of twenty one. But I in fact, when straight to ski season FRANZ, and then to go to Australia to become a jackaroo so enough so straits via jackaroo, and then I went to New Zealand to be a cowboy sorry, I went to Australia to be Jackie the one to New Zealand to be a ski instructor played rugby New Zealand and trained as a ski instructor, and then three that I was just enjoying my so fall too much and went back to ski instructor in Europe, and then moved into video production and journalism and writing I just had fall too much fun to join the regular army..

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"albania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"albania" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I. Don't really think so I think that the ideas that we have been talking about almost without exception Stephen on now ideas that are. Mainstream ideas that are supported by. The vast majority of the. American Pia Supported by the vast majority of the American people unless you count, the Harris poll. From July which found. That seventy six percent of Americans said. They would not vote for a socialist and only twenty four percent of dimwitted numb Skuld halfwits. Said they would. Vote for a socialist but that's it that's Bernie and Colbert and that's the advice he's getting advice, just just lie is he's. A fake Catholic fake Catholics and and earnest just lie about it and it's okay speaking. Of which I, got something to say about this Catholic. Thing in Pennsylvania coming up as well which is a horrible. Story and I'd like to provide some, context that you're not likely to. Hear any, place else and and I I gotta. I gotta tell you this. This whole socialist Albania we are in Albanian the other day just the other day we're in, Albany and it was my second trip tell many many years apart they they socialist Republic Albania Albania they have a a GDP of eleven point eight billion dollars, eleven point eight billion dollars. For the country now Italy has one point eight trillion dollars that's their economy Italy one. Trillion Albania has, eleven point eight billion I looked it, up the Baltimore metropolitan. Area has a GDP of one hundred. And sixty billion dollars one hundred sixty, billion dollar GDP for the Baltimore. Metropolitan area, eleven point eight billion dollars for Albania People are starving to death In Venezuela and, the Democrats are selling this and, the news media is helping and so is CBS late night host Stephen Colbert because, they seem like intelligent people but they're not There's. Only one Chris Plante the Chris Plante show Washington's, w. m. a. Washington comes to talk hey DC.

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"albania" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on Slate's Working

"For an office that i go to you know a couple of times a week and so when i told him to go past the the escalator we normally take yep he stopped and he tried to turn me around in now albania this is like you're you're lost you're confused i know where we are and i had to stop saying how good boy forward and he would take a couple of steps forward and then he would stop and start to turn around again like no no good boy forward move forward and eventually went once he figured out that no i really did know where i was going and i really did want him to continue down the platform and i said okay good boy now find upstairs and then he saw the escalator at the end of the platform and he started a walk vast music okay i now know where we're going on does he maybe even getting out of myself or getting hetero or questions here but does he also like have to develop an understanding of things like the particulars of metro entrance and exit gates so i wish well so he will he he will and i believe they train them for this um he will try to go to a uh accessible entrance in the wide one um which conveniently mostly i i think all the accessible entrances are twoway um but he is not able to distinguish on engaged from an afghan so for instance when i arrived here he took me to the first gate that became on you know put my card on it didn't open so i stuck lap stop right try that one nope step right again.

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"albania" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"albania" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That you take two research and short selling as market based prosecution any prosecutor has to look for motive what's the motive here these people this company has a real business g eric i mean it's it's money i mean companies ally companies do bad things i mean it's really the people within amid that do that but i mean it's about the bottom line but is it for what i'm getting at is if you're right and they bribed somebody in albania and if it's possible that something similar went on and mexico it was because if they didn't bribe and if somebody didn't receive the kickback they would have lost the contract to someone else but i don't know i mean when you look at albania would happen there was they set up a company in albania that that owns the concession so they're warded concessions set the company out been transferred forty nine percent of that company away one month outperforming it to nominally any way a guy who's a doctor now opinion doctor who the only thing we know that he does is apparently run some hospital in tirana the transferred half of this concession to him for four dollars fifty cents okay like bats of course the company didn't make a big an hour fifty cents for half the economic value of a contract worth hundred and fifty two hundred million dollars yes so i really can't think of a good explanation other than this is a kickback of some sort for that type of business for that type of transaction carson we've known use since your call on sign of forests you said that company was at.

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"albania" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Party or i believe the accusers or for whatever reason and you you're not gonna get a if you don't have that support going in uh to the election igf as we get closer to election day if you don't have that name have fewer and fewer members of the party ultimately the people of albania will decide but remember he is running for us senate right so this is this is something that is also oh i going to be you know as it always part of what you'd the party wants or reject and if they reject it then like it or not fair or not um it's it is that's the way it's going to happen it's nice is not going to be able to win this i still believe and i said this yesterday i don't know he can win the election i just don't think longterm he's gonna win this because i don't know that the accusers are going away we also made the point yesterday because it is anita right now there are a lot of accusers that have been silent for years and and there and right now with a whole uh you know thing in hollywood and everything else going on had that happened january 2016 the way it's you know if you look at it uh the weinstein thing really started whether it's accusers or or victims feeling powered or for whatever reason more and more of them coming forward and making the allegations right now those accusers no at least for the meantime they have the credibility right and so have uh uh january 2016 may have my doubts as to whether donald trump based on his accusers i guess they're still accusing him of he may not have been the.

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"albania" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Golfing in talking with japanese prime minister albania in the minutes of having very major discussions on many subjects including north korea and trade and other things and we're doing very well i think we're doing very well be topic for the president's twelve day fivenation tour north korea cbs's steven portnoy the white house says the decision to put north korea back on the list of states sponsors of terrible come very soon north spent twenty years on that list starting after the bombing of a jetliner in 1987 and ending in an effort to strike a nuclear deal as george w bush his presidency wound down being put back on the list would largely be a symbolic move as the kimber seem is already heavily sanctioned by the us would joe biden of beaten donald trump former chair of the democratic national committee reportedly says she considered replacing hillary clinton with joe biden presidential nominee washington post reports donna brazile says so in her upcoming book cbs news political director steve two garrison definitely at distraction for democrat you there are many democrats want to work ahead they want to look ahead to the mid to affect your country we got howard decorum unify the party it is being called an anticorruption inquiry in saudi arabia eleven princes four ministers many other former ministers detained saudi experts mud way i'll rush rushide thinks this is more about a power purge by the crown prince on an article creek at the corruption that could be cart the those who advocate abdic because our kkk and corruption we have a transparent act coptic attack your rank a week after a terror attack that killed eight people in manhattan security never tighter for the running of today's new york city marathon governor cuomo announced he deploying a thousand that state troopers as well as members of the national guard separate tax the bridges tunnels at trains and subways them even if you're not participating here in the marathon today if you are having announced chances are you will see more law enforcement venue had in a very long time as w cbs reported jessica laden pretty nice day for a 26 mile run w cbs tv meteorologist the least finn by nine am still with the clouds we'll see some spotty drops little bit of drizzle fifty eight degrees and then and eleven a m when that fourth waved the last group.

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"albania" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on Science Vs

"So we've created a world west some of albania's have become fat smoking alcoholics but how bad is this really so despite the horror stories about the b puk ellipse the situation is actually much more complicated than you might have heard so if you look at honey bee numbers around the world's there are actually not going down on a global scale actually the total number of honeybees has gone up yeah this gone up so with all those beat kill is out there how is that possible well because honeybees a basically livestock can bomb them that's what steve does in minnesota and around the world there were more beekeepers farming bays particularly in places like china turkey and argentina than they used to be the snow put the conditions for honeybees of suddenly become wonderful is to just that there are more people keeping honeybees but the buzz about the b puk ellipse hasn't been totally over solves despite the fact that you can farm honeybased they numbers in us and parts of europe have been dropping dramatically and that's been happening for several decades and there's another thing we don't treat all bays like livestock globally there are twenty thousand species of bees and currently beekeepers breed less than twenty of them and wild bees help pollinate crops that honeybees on so good at like pumpkins and cherries and blueberries and cranberries dave says the rough figures from the uk estimate that wild bees actually pollinate wall crops than farmed base wild bees have no one to look after whom noone one to breed up the numbers if they start to fall and we know that while these are declining he's honey combed through the numbers and says that wherever scientists look they see wild bees disappearing.

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"albania" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So you were you were saying earlier that you've been in albania to witness a brain surgery could you explain what what are you doing there a rather uh this book by a british earned and colin hendry marsh the book is called do no harm and i was really really taken by its and then the newspaper us may know do you want routes for us and what you want the right than i said i love to meet him that i was in touch with him and he said well i'm going to obey now on the paul and you can make me there and i did so traveled onto a banya and are with the two brain so there is their what did you think will you when you saw the brain exposing the surgical theorists uh first of all it was extremely a beautiful which i didn't expect a sore through you know magnifying lenses they will satellite landscapes lucky we are seeing a landscape a with the rivers for rent other was kind of a why it looked like a glacier you know then the red river come flushing over it had of us it was incredibly beautiful into white glacier was of course you know the cancer rash uh circus very stringent very beautiful thirdly was like he describes in the book he andrew marsha for the eyes about that let us this he described a comparison what is it like the arches of a cathedral that the veins it's actually get incredible edis while renice it from a without thefts it's just a gray love for this is nothing and under open it up on except for some magical.

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"albania" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So you were you were saying earlier that you've been in albania to witness a brain surgery could you explain what are you doing there i read the this book by a british neurosurgeon colin hendry marsh the book is called do no harm and i was really really taken in by a new step for us may hinault do you want rights for us and what you want the right than i said i love to meet him i was in touch with him on he said well i'm going to albania on paul any commitment there and i did so traveled onto abania am i with the two brian center is their what did you think will you when you saw the brain exposing the surgical theorists uh first of all it was extremely beautiful which have didn't expect it's a sort through you know magnifying lance civilised satellite landscapes lucky we are seeing a landscape uh but the rivers for rent other was kind of a why it looked like a glacier you know event the red river come frustrating over its had it was it was incredibly beautiful under washes glacier was of course in all the cancer rash so this very stringent very beautiful thirdly was like he describes in the book he added marsha if he asked about that let us this he described ican pairs of what is it like the arches of the cathedral that the veins it's actually yet incredible this while but when you see from a enough without thefts it's just a gray love for this is nothing and on your open it up on in such with a magical.

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"albania" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"albania" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Uh no it wasn't islamic albania even though it was it was a couple of usmade twelve years parts two years old on but yes the toy stories finally happy you would wanting a picks our world share time obviously toy story is very important to a lot of people even if you're not a hard core disney fans your and we finally donna we finally have a game that looks like toy story did you know we all looked at joe looks like a pixar movie because it is a picks hourly it's crazy though it looks better than toy story yeah um so that's that's really exciting if i'm being honest like looking at the footage like there was a lot i liked a lot that i didn't like wow i'm like well i just their summit about in i went into this lot on the kingdom hunting whereas just like kingdom heart's on the king wants games cast i just feel like they're not growing up with me the way i want them to ants i get that that is a problem blair it just feels like they're doubling down on the aspects i don't like about the series moores and things i didn't writing having said that they addressed one of my criticisms with the whole franchise where every time to go to disney world they just do the disney story and as we are we are nor happens i liked that with tori story right off the bat they're like this is it's a new totally new thing god not fall into a story one or two or three it is its own stories seems like is taking place after to act immediately leave the room and a running around like this world looks awesome yeah kind of hinting at a bit more open areas for kingdom hearts which is pretty new 'cause there's been fairly linear in the previous centuries but i i can't believe it's i can't believe we have a dates you having the data is probably the most important.

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