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"alejandro yama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"alejandro yama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And how different countries handling them. That's all too. Come on weekend after this news This is the BBC News with Fiona MacDonald, Donald Trump's campaign team is pursuing a range of increasingly desperate challenges as it seeks to overturn Joe Biden's victory in the U. S presidential election. Mr Trump's legal team says it will urgently seek to appeal against the decision off a Pennsylvania judge who rejected its attempt to block the state certification of votes, David Willis reports. This case was seen as possibly Donald Trump's best hope of influencing the outcome of the election through the courts. But the judge's ruling was brutal, calling it a Frankenstein's monster of a case that have been haphazardly stitched together. Judge Matthew Bronn went on to say that Trump campaign's efforts to disenfranchise almost seven million Pennsylvania voters were based on speculative accusations that were unsupported by evidence. Mr. Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said he was disappointed with the ruling. Anti government protesters in Guatemala have set fire to parts of the Congress building before being dispersed by riot police. Elsewhere in the capital, Guatemala City, thousands of people took part in largely peaceful demonstrations against the new budget. Leonardo Russia, reports, some areas off the building were completely destroyed. An important documents were burned by the fire. Several people were treated for the effects of smoke inhalation. The violence marred an otherwise peaceful day of protests against the new, controversial budget, which was approved by the Guatemalan Congress on Wednesday. The opposition accuses President Alejandro Yama off allocating too much money for big infrastructure projects, which they say will be awarded well connected private companies. Ethiopia said that three envoys being sent by the African Union to discuss the fighting in Tigre province will not be allowed to go there. The region's leaders are defying the prime minister, Rbf Mint. Even Bamford reports in a BBC interview. The prime minister's adviser mammal, Maria, too, said the three member AU mission heading for Ethiopia should speak only to Mr Abby, who has said there can be no mediation process to stop the fighting. The prime minister has demanded that there's tplf who control Tigre surrender, and In the meantime, the Army would complete what's being called a law enforcement operation. TPLF has rejected Mr Abby's blueprint of a centralized Ethiopian state. Hundreds of people have been killed and tens of thousands displaced since fighting began nearly three weeks ago. Holes of opened in Burkina Fast was presidential election Against the backdrop of continuing jihadist violence in the north of the country. President Rock Cavalry is seeking a second five year term. He's campaigned on achievements, including free health care for all infants on paving the country's mean ruled the department's point to Burkina Fasso is poor security. BBC news. The funeral for the leader of the Serbian Orthodox Church will take place in Belgrade shortly with strict measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus Peachy are even year, died on Friday after contracting covered 19. Church leaders and service see Mourners will be kept apart by glass screens on the patriarchs coffin will be sealed. He's believed to have contracted the disease earlier in the month at the funeral of Montenegro's senior religious leader who also died from covert 19. Police in Lebanon are still searching for dozens of prisoners who took part in a jailbreak. On Saturday, the authorities say 69 inmates escaped from a prison near the presidential palace in eastern Beirut. Prosecutors are investigating whether some prison stuff colluded. Scientists at Cranfield University in Britain say they've developed a new type of natural rubber latex that would make protective gloves fired, agreed in a matter of weeks rather than years. An estimated three million tons of disposable gloves were used every year worldwide. Richard Westcott reports from scientists in labs two surgeons in operating theaters. The world gets through 150 billion pairs of latex safety gloves every year. Most a synthetic and take it least 100 years to biodegrade, often ending up in landfill sites. Even natural latex, made from rubber trees can hang around for a couple of years on cause allergic reactions. Now scientists have developed a new type of natural latex, they say, doesn't cause allergic reactions on bio degrades within weeks..

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Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

BBC World Service

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Protesters burn part of Guatemala's Congress building

"Anti government protesters in Guatemala have set fire to parts of the Congress building before being dispersed by riot police. Elsewhere in the capital, Guatemala City, thousands of people took part in largely peaceful demonstrations against the new budget. Leonardo Russia, reports, some areas off the building were completely destroyed. An important documents were burned by the fire. Several people were treated for the effects of smoke inhalation. The violence marred an otherwise peaceful day of protests against the new, controversial budget, which was approved by the Guatemalan Congress on Wednesday. The opposition accuses President Alejandro Yama off allocating too much money for big infrastructure projects, which they say will be awarded well connected private companies.

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"alejandro yama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"alejandro yama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Scientists at the university of Edinburgh believe they found a way to reduce the amount of me fame gas released by cattle which could help slow down the impact of global warming me thing is a major contributor to climate change and this scientific breakthrough could also improve animal welfare and read the lots reports buy the latest countless close to one and a half billion cal's on earth right now and much like humans when they ate gas develops inside that counts that must be omitted cal's bed and fought a loss and when they do they release up to six hundred liters of one of the most potent greenhouse gases methane into the atmosphere each day close to forty percent of all may find emissions come from castle and scientists concerned by global warming have been searching for ways to reduce this professor Chris Reynolds from the university of reading says the problem con to be sold through dietary changes online there's just been a huge increase in meat milk consumption that demands gonna continue so I think we need to strategies for sustainably producing that meat and milk now scientists at the university of Edinburgh believe that I've found a solution they spent years researching how bacteria work in each of accounts for still makes using a hand held device the small team at the Roslyn institute have found a way to modify genomes inside the cows rumen which could change how cal's digest food and the amount of may thank Dave a lace the scientists of also discovered almost five thousand new strains of microbes which could serve a number of purposes from improving the quality of may two produced to boosting account intrusion and welfare and Rebello they're just reminder the in the Guatemalan presidential elections the conservative candid Alejandro yama Tay stop what it's this is the news room on the BBC world service distribution of the BBC world service in the U. S. is supported by C. three dot eighty are addressing the world's most challenging problems at the convergence of.

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