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Elton John's Virtual Oscar Party Is Open To the Public

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Elton John's Virtual Oscar Party Is Open To the Public

"Hears. The AP is Margie's are Aleta and you can tell everybody. Elton John's Party on Oscar night is usually exclusive, expensive and full of celebrities. This year, he will offer an hour long virtual party to anyone for 1999. The party proceeds will go to his Elton John AIDS Foundation, one of the leading independent AIDS organizations in the world. Neil Patrick Harris will host the party to Aleppo will perform. Will be hosted four times in four different time zones. Marches Szaroleta, the USS Constitution in Boston, named one of its cannons and

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Can the U.N. Handle Another Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

UN News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Can the U.N. Handle Another Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

"Humanitarian aid and protection needs are growing more desperate by the day in serious ad Lib Governor. At where nearly one million people have been displaced by ongoing military operations according to a senior U N aid official Kevin Kennedy Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria. Crisis was part of a cross-border mission from Turkey conducted on Monday by seven. Un Agencies to assess the feasibility of having sustained presence in the northwestern province the last opposition held stronghold people in it Lib traumatized and frightened and urgently need better access to shelter food sanitation basic health services and protection. He said in a statement and while local aid workers are doing a heroic job they are exhausted and also subject to being displaced and killed. He added Mr Kennedy stressed that as needs rise. It is imperative that the UN uses all methods to reach people in need whether from inside Syria or across borders. He reported that more than two thousand one hundred and fifty trucks carried aid from Turkey into northwestern Syria January and February. That's over double the number that made the crossing during the same period last year. However he said we need to do even more and scale presence on the ground meanwhile human rights violations. Continue to rise in Syria where women children and men face unprecedented levels of displacement amidst increasingly dire conditions. That's the assessment of the commission of inquiry appointed by the UN Human Rights Council to investigate and record all violations of international law in the nearly decade-long conflict. The commission has released its latest report and among the findings is that Syrians who were forcibly displaced through reconciliation agreements or who fled battles are now being hemmed into ever-shrinking spaces in it live and Western. Aleppo governorate under the rule of the H. T. S. terrorist group military operations to Root Out. The group of killed and injured. Scores of people said the report while markets camps and hospitals have been decimated. The report contains several recommendations for the Syrian government but also for warring parties and the international community to improve the protection of civilians. It is scheduled to be presented to the Human Rights Council next week

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"aleppo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WTOP

"The highway that links the Syrian capital with the northern city of Aleppo is open for public use for the first time in nearly eight years according to serious transportation minister Saturday's re opening comes after government forces recently captured parts of it and have been held by insurgents the re opening of the M. five highway came as another Turkish soldier was killed in north western Syria in shelling by government forces the death was reported by Turkish state media full control of the highway by government forces early this month mark one of the biggest prizes for president Bashir Assad in the nearly nine year conflict a tough start to twenty twenty for the Naval Academy in Annapolis to mid ship men have died in recent weeks the latest one this past Thursday and officials have identified in the mid ship man found dead at Bancroft hall on Thursday is twenty two year old David forty he was a Walkersville Maryland native just three months away from graduating and while it's not clear how he died foul play is not suspected forty was a graduate of Georgetown prep internal conference player on the academy's football team this past season he was the one who carried the American flag on the field before the army navy game in December online his teammates repeatedly referred to him as a brother in team captain for Higgins said in a statement he'll miss forty forever John Doman WTOP news today marks forty years since one of the most historic American sporting events of the twentieth century for the nineteen eighty winter Olympics the U. S. hockey team a collection of college players lost to the seemingly omnipotent Soviets in an exhibition ten to three but on February twenty second nineteen eighty a Friday night in Lake Placid New York with the backdrop of Soviet troops in Afghanistan and a charged political environment team USA played the game of its life beating the Soviets in the semi final forty three it became known as the miracle on ice and broadcaster al Michaels call do you believe in miracles yes perfectly described a sporting event that captured the imagination of an entire nation but Michigan CBS news just because you call an ambulance does not mean you'll avoid a long Bobby wait in the emergency room in Montgomery County ever taken a look at the emergency room wait times in Maryland there long it's a matter of fact on average Maryland's wait times are the longest in the country walk ins are the only people waiting ambulances are waiting to McCumber county fire rescue captain Ben Kaufman speaking in the fire chief's monthly briefing says that means emergency responders can't get back to work answering other calls we have Annalise's specially the party three patients who were sitting for thirty sixty seventy eighty minutes waiting for a bed priority three patients or those that require medical attention but aren't an emergency situation let's just crushing us we have units that can clear our providers are clinicians are standing there I'm not being productive while her father sitting there in response the government county fire rescue has instituted a program called direct to triage the goal is to identify patients stable enough to wait their turn in the ER lobby and let them sit in the waiting room freeing up ambulance to take other calls if you look at how many patients we take the hospital overall about sixty percent of them are priority threes and a subset of those patients who are stable and consider put a chair we've pushed out direct entry of the program which started February first has already shown promise our overall times across the bored with turnover drop and cycle times of drops this move equates to hours daily that those emergency responders can be ready to take a call instead of waiting for the hospital to take the patient they already have Michelle Morello WTOP news we will check sports next nine forty.

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Trading in suffering: detention, exploitation and abuse in Libya

UN News

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Trading in suffering: detention, exploitation and abuse in Libya

"This is the news. In brief from the United Nations. The world should not accept the dire an untenable situation facing children in Libya the head of the UN Children's fund UNICEF said on Friday children in Libya including refugee and migrant children continue to suffer grievously amidst the violence Arlington. Chaos unleashed by the country's longstanding civil war executive director Henrietta. Four said in a statement since last April when the hostilities ability is broke out in Tripoli and western Libya conditions for thousands of children and civilians deteriorated further with indiscriminate attacks in populated areas that have caused hundreds of death and UNICEF has received reports of children being main killed and also recruited to fight. Since the fall of President Moammar Gadhafi twenty eleven Libya has been in the throes of ongoing instability and economic collapse despite its large oil reserves preserves meanwhile over the last eight months more than one hundred fifty thousand people ninety thousand home or children have been forced to flee their homes uh-huh and are now internally displaced the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights has condemned the continued killing and displacement of civilians in northwestern western Syria despite a ceasefire announcement last Sunday. Michelle Bachelet called for the immediate cessation of hostilities. In and around. I'm the de Escalation zone of it. Live as well as the protection of all civilians and civilian infrastructure. The latest ceasefire as with others in the past year ear has yet again failed to protect civilians. Who faced the threat of being killed and means going about their everyday lives. She lamented it. is is deeply distressing. That civilians are still being killed. On a daily basis in missile strikes from both the air and ground she elaborated hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the violence and forced to traverse conflict zones. Some have fled to smaller territories in northern Italy job while others have crossed into areas in northern Aleppo under the control of Turkish backed armed groups independent. UN Human Glenn writes experts on Friday expressed concerns about the treason trial that opens this week against Cambodia. Opposition leader Kem Sokha saying the the entire process has been beset by regularities. Mr Socha was arrested. Detained and charged with treason for twenty thirteen speech. He delivered delivered in Australia. That was broadcast by. CBN The Cambodian Broadcasting Network if convicted. He faces a custodial sentence of between fifteen to thirty years. The experts said they had strong grounds to believe that the treason charges politically motivated and forms. Part of a larger Roger Pattern of misapplying laws to target political opponents and critics of the government following his arrest in September twenty seventeen. Mr Socha was detained without bail and held in pretrial detention for a year. Then put under house arrest allowed to leave home last year he. He was then banned from travelling abroad and forbidden to conduct political activities. The experts repeat their call for restrictive bail conditions to be removed and for all political rights to be reinstated with compensation and reparations lists. Kapiti U._N. News.

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UNICEF ‘shocked, saddened’ after 8 children killed in northern Syria

UN News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

UNICEF ‘shocked, saddened’ after 8 children killed in northern Syria

"U N Children's Fund UNICEF has said that eight Syrian children were killed and another eight injured in in an attack on Monday in tel.. Riffat town close to the Turkish border. According to reports the incident involved shelling on these strategic town in northern Aleppo province. Along with two airstrikes in Italy province the last opposition held in place in northwest Syria in a statement UNICEF spokesperson. Ted Chaban said that all of the victims Intel riffat were under fifteen in the past four weeks. Thirty four children have been killed. In the war-torn North Mr Chai and added. He said that violence is relentless. US and continuing in several parts of Syria in complete disregard for the fundamental principle of protection of

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Meet the volunteers bringing back the sound of music to Switzerland

UN News

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Meet the volunteers bringing back the sound of music to Switzerland

"If you're passionate about it 'cause would you give up a well paid job for it even if it drove your parents mad. That's what Yan Wang. I'm from Beijing. China did and now. He's helping other volunteers to promote youth empowerment through concerts with the organization. Up with people there on tour In Switzerland which is where you unused Daniel. Johnson caught up with your along with fellow cast member Ahmed Hassan from Aleppo Syria. Who has his own story to tell I come from China? I work for a consulting company to your skill. I read a book talk about people. Doing volunteer work stay with host families and and building the relationship with hundred people from all around the world I sought is so cool so I quit my job with out hesitation. This is a volunteer organization nations. This is a real sacrifice. What did your parents think about that? At beginning there were angry because I have a full time job in China really good salary but now I'm doing volunteers. They don't understand. After travel a year. I learned a lot with these people. Now I'm a global citizen. You'll part of a bigger initiative you think and the the guys that you're with the seventeen to twenty eight year olds. I think you're all trying to make a difference and I'm GONNA turn at this point to Akkhmed Hasaan. You left Syria in twenty eighteen. I believe from Aleppo. So maybe you could tell me your story about leaving Syria and where you're based in Europe. Now is the refugee well. It wasn't easy to leave Aleppo all all the city in the world. It's amazing. It was a hard decision me and my two brothers. My father just say to us. I don't want you to hold guns. I don't want you to be killed eldest. Kill people here so just move for a while so we flew to Turkey and I decided because it costs a lot of money to travel illegally. I decided to move to Europe so I went on a boat from Turkish island called is mirror to agree. I stayed there one month and then I had had no money left. I decided to walk with a bunch of people to to Germany and then we made our way and I made it. I got there now. I'm there since is five years. I have my permanent resident there. And how did you get involved with with people. Then this association that performs around the world well two years ago they formed in when you donate wishing in Germany where I leave a really liked the show. I like the messages a works on a stage. One hundred people from different countries are performing together either on one stage and it's beautiful. This is a message. You know that uniting people and having the same goals and aims to make the world a better place and Yeah I want absolutely to join the group and traveled with them and have this experience in my life. You still have hope that this kind of lieutenant can bring about some change yelling. You wanted to say something. Yes so main purpose of people we want to empower with us the sending the message about peace as hope and love what we do through music and the volunteer works and hundred people they perform on the same stage talk about refugees talk about environment. Don't talk about homelessness and talk about Human Rights. Women's right and children ambrose we all know music that universal language so we can oh and their stand so we tried to send in these energy to the audience let them sync. What happened in this world? So the Young People Act Now can make the World Cup at the place anew degree with that admit yes I mean it happened with me. You know coming out of a war and struggling and suffering a lot watching this kind of show and then joining winning. That's that's hope so sure. Sure I believe yeah. Are you still in touch with your family in Aleppo yes at all. Do they think of you getting involved in in this. Can you explain it to them. How does it feel like a totally different world? It is a different for them. They feel happy for me because I am happy. But they'll l. leaving totally a different live there in Aleppo. The situation in Syria is clear for everybody last question to you to you. Both you know you are representing in in some senses you'll countries even if you don't necessarily agree with everything in the half in those countries position. Does that put you in your up as people really really open platform for all young people joining us. We one hundred people from different backgrounds different cultures different country religions but we can work together like sister and brother. I can see now. I have a family's Ah let their families so we are difference but we respect to each other and you would agree with that yes sure we can be really positive images to the youth and Syria and young people the young generation there when they see us with having this unique experience all around the

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Turkey-Syria crisis: Five-day "ceasefire" runs out today

Morning Edition

04:29 min | 1 year ago

Turkey-Syria crisis: Five-day "ceasefire" runs out today

"The US brokered ceasefire in northern Syria ands today meanwhile Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan is meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin to talk about the crisis one launched a military offensive in northern Syria about two weeks ago with the stated goal of clearing Kurdish fighters from the area Turkey also wants to resettle about two million Syrian refugees there who currently are living in Turkey with me now is Douglas Elliman he's president of the Arab Gulf states institute here in Washington DC from two thousand eight to two thousand eleven he served as the deputy cheaper as the deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in Turkey he's also a former US ambassador to Iraq and Kuwait good morning ambassador good morning well always one's actions on Syria fit into his broader agenda for Turkey what does he want for his country I think basically what everyone wants is to prevent the emergence in eastern Syria of any stronger unified Kurdish governing structure and as long as American troops were there with the Syrian democratic forces especially up along the border it was very difficult for him to go against the militarily because a NATO ally was working with the STF he has a secondary goal however of preventing physical and political connections between Syrian Kurds who live in the west of Syria near it live and north of Aleppo and the east of Syria the one for talking about here and maybe finally it's almost always good politics in Turkey two counter pose Turkish nationalism against Kurds and the very real PKK terrorist threat that has been going on for the past three decades in Turkey so this also gives him a domestic political bump against his enemies by showing that he is strong against a potential Kurdish terrorist enemy and help out this meeting between her to one and and put in today what's the relationship like at this point between Turkey and Russia well everyone has been working for most of the past decade on expanding Turkey's relations in addition to those of its traditional allies the United States NATO in Europe everyone sees himself as an emerging real regional and world leader but when I was in Turkey in two thousand ten airline signed with Putin and worked with the Russian company to build Turkey's first nuclear power plant which is still not finished but there has also been have been attempts to expand the places from which Turkey by defense equipment the S. four hundred air defense missiles from from Russia he wants to see itself is no longer completely tied to the west and wants to look to the east and to the south as well for allies and expansion of its economic political and military influence and does the United States need to be worried about that to the extent that the United States depends upon Turkey as being only a traditional NATO ally it is an issue for the United States expanding to the east sure to China to the south into the Arab world doesn't necessarily mean that Turkey cannot be perform the goals that it has of the things that is done within the NATO alliance but it will mean that Turkey will be calibrating its domestic interest in its foreign policy interests and security interests differently than it has in the past so the United States needs to make sure that we know what we want from Turkey and Turkey in the NATO alliance and economically and then try to use our influence to bring airline to that conclusion as well how could Russia's involvement here affect US foreign policy in the region his foreign policy is becoming more aggressive in the Middle East especially now in Syria with the departure of US forces are Russia has already a large role in keeping the I should I said regime in power in Damascus they have been actively working with the Syrian regime with the Iranians and Ronnie and proxies in eastern Syria and what I expected as American forces withdraw as the Turks go in you'll see an expansion of Russian influence Russian participation with the Syrian regime into this territory that the crews had hoped to control in eastern Syria for me former deputy chief of mission at the US embassy in Turkey Douglas Elliman thanks so much for

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News in Brief 4 June 2019

UN News

04:18 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 4 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations thousands of acres of crops have been destroyed in serious. It live and north hammer amid ongoing deadly violence, the World Food Program or WFP said on Tuesday in a cool to the warring parties to stop using food security, to hold people hostage in Geneva. WFP spokesperson over who soil expressed alarm the humanitarian crisis in the northwest and opposition held en Clave way government, led military operation escalated in late April delivered or break in violence in Italy in not at ama- is lift dozens of casualties burn. Civill Tarzan's, Akkas, vital costs and farmland and forced at least two young doctors and people to flee the OEMs these not acceptable to take one more time to civilian population in ostrich. Mr. who souls, comments follow reports of aerial attacks on Monday that killed six civilians. The latest victims in more than eight years of war that have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives destroyed hospitals and forced millions to flee to respond to the three million people in north hammer. It lip and rural western Aleppo who were trapped by conflict WFP announced that it intends to scale up aid to reach eight hundred twenty three thousand people this month. This is in addition to the two hundred thousand newly displaced people that the agency has already reached with monthly emergency rations thousands of men, women and children face at Dr conditions at detention centres for migrants in Libya, the UN refugee agency has said warning that vulnerable people are being sent to them faster than it can secure their release. According to UNHCR the country's coastguard, rescued or intercepted, some twelve hundred people in may alone, from the Mediterranean before bringing them back to shore. That's more than for the whole of two thousand nineteen the development follows ongoing conflict in and around the outskirts of. Tripoli instigated by the self-styled, Libyan national army forces of general Kelly for after who leads a parallel administration in the eastern city of Benghazi. Here's UNHCR spokesperson baba Balak, describing the situation at Zinzan detention center, south of Libya's capital, Tripoli condition is in town are dire toilets are overflowing and are in urgent need of repair as a result, solid waste and garbage has piled up inside the cell for days and presents a serious health threat tensions amongst the detainees arising, as they become increasingly educated and desperate in total six hundred and fifty four effigies and Megan's remain held in the intent detention center on Tuesday UNHCR reported that it had moved ninety six people out of zinn. They were from Somalia era trail, and and included to newborns. And finally to the Democratic Republic of. The Congo or DRC where the World Health Organization has expressed frustration at insecurity challenges as the number of cases of Ebola virus disease has now passed two thousand since the beginning of the outbreak last August more than thirteen hundred and forty people have died. The UN response has been hampered by attacks by armed groups protests and demonstrations, including one in April that killed a WHM, medic Valerie Masuko Cuban in Battambang. Oh, here's at WHO spokesperson, Tarik, jazz, Revich, who is another sad and frustrating milestone the security is holding the response every time there is a incident where some of them are major, some of them are minor, some of them target evola responders, some of them don't. But every time there is a security incident, we are not able to provide services and go into into community. We are not able to vaccinate Renner table to treat those who are ill. We are not able to follow up on those who may have been. Posed to verse development follows last week's appointment of a U and Ebola response chief, David Gresley, who is also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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AZ zoo jaguar attack during selfie is ‘crazy accident’: woman

Wake Up Call

03:15 min | 2 years ago

AZ zoo jaguar attack during selfie is ‘crazy accident’: woman

"He's a kid in a more entertaining story of idiocy. Oh, women decided as she said the zoo in Arizona decided to take a selfie with a Jaguar and it didn't go. Well, let me think. Yeah. Attack. Lady Jaguar, right, hops. The fence goes up next to the cage does a selfie with Jaguar and the Jaguars just reaches through and just grabs. Her claws in the Jaguars any black cat. We have speech you mean jazz. Not a species is what no I don't think. So that it's it's handy term a nomenclature. Any black even like a house cat. Yes. Do you have a black house? It's a Jaguar. Okay. No, no. Can you look that up? I think it's any black cat and like a panther is considered. It's also a Jaguar. I think so well, we'll see let me let me look let me roll my eyes at Jennifer's second. It doesn't seem right away in camping right to you. It doesn't feel right. Well, anyway, here's the deal and to be clear there's a barrier that will protect you. And she jumped it, right? So people were like, you're not going to do anything to the Jaguar are you? You're not going to put down the Jaguar. And the zoo released a statement saying we can promise you nothing will happen to our Jaguar literally when I Google Jaguar. What comes up is a picture of a like a spotted like a leopard. Black a black levered Aleppo is jam war. I'm still confused right now. I don't really I'm just telling you. It's just one of those things. Here's the one thing though, that it's kicking my tuition about this story. Read the headline Jaguar attacked women taking picture at Zona. Makes you think that the Jaguar went like screaming the air, slashed or no. And this Jaguar also apparently attack somebody else last year at the zoo who also freaking jumping, oh, the story about the woman who is there next to the gal who was being attacked by with bottle, large CAD. That is. Or is known as Jaguar is the other woman. I put her water bottle through the fence, and sort of shook it around in the eldest Jaguar distracted in a missile attack, e was able to extricate herself. She'll be fine. Yeah. I mean, she you know, she hospital, but she'll we haven't looked that up yet. What black cats are jackass or Jaguars from a quick Google shirt? Search you're wrong. But I will. Okay. Well, what does it Google search say this is why you're in the radio? Hi. Fine, fine. Okay. Let's move on. It's like saying any black car is a Jaguar if the Jaguar it is. All right. The president. Okay. We'll see we'll see by the way, someone's looking it up and they're gonna Email Twitter to add. Twitter. I am wrong occasionally rarely but I am wrong. It has happened from time to time. Yes. All right. Let's just move

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"aleppo" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Preview of aleppo town dublin racing festival it promises to be a fantastic weekend and sunday is full of particular quality that's what we're focusing on here it's going to be pretty much all the grade one races for us on the podcast and the mayor's bumper as well i'm almost kennedy we will be looking at these races in the company of at the racist pundit mr deadline rix hello copyright infringement on behalf of kevin blake that's a reading for me i really need to sort this out i apologize careful just just like i said before it's so good sold directed soul positive it's just berlin deeper shouted at me industry it's not it's not had the idea i it to us as best that's what's important and that was the r._t._d. and i have been at the risk i've been at the race courses where people have yelled together and so he has i convert that doesn't happen the other member of the final of podcast team at the racist pundit mr kevin blake hello be original is still the best so sunday is kicking off with the handicapped but we're going straight to the grade won the tattersalls arlen spring juvenile hurdle day full of great ones have day full of quality and this race is no exception joseph brian has the favorite with sarah currently thirteen to eight as a look at the prices and that the racist dot com the horsey beasts on hurdling debut tiger tap tap five to two cor sublime and at sixes gardens bedlam tens in horse you could set your watch by chief justice twelve to one for gordon elliot's and chieveley park nobody knows the form line and the inner workings of joseph runs yard better than kevin blake so we'll start with you cave joseph brian has an incredibly strong team of juvenile hurdlers think a lot of people expected that last season but this year he really does have it he's got so much strengthen depth we saw a fantastic performance evacuee at cheltenham are we going to see a similar performance from ceramic because he was at the top of the pecking order until cheltenham how is he working houses preparation going what are you expecting on sunday we'll look the thing with sir eric is we know he's a very good horse is a very good horse before he ever again to joseph's and at the end of last season i think i was put them up as a horse that might win an oscar cup next season and he's gone down a different road so that we know he's very very good and it's just a case of kind he translated to hurdles i think everyone was delighted with what he did leopardstown over christmas that maiden hurdle look there was a huge field twenty eight runners he was given as well as tiger tap tap a very safety i ride around the outside and there was definite reason to think he can improve from audit date and he made what i would consider a fairly serious mistake at the v last job to bid left to the ford last he was making headway there what's the point of the track it efforts down when he made a bit of a mistake at the second last and despite all that he's picked up radio well he's badly storms head down than he's beaten i was very well fancied horse on the day.

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Legendary Chocolatiers Leave War-Torn Syria For Hungary

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Legendary Chocolatiers Leave War-Torn Syria For Hungary

"Serious war has devastated. So many lives not brooded so many families and businesses for that matter, including one of Syria's oldest chocolate makers, it's a company called grow. We a brand synonymous in the Arab world with something special a gift of handmade chocolate or fragrant candied fruit. Now, this company is reopened in a country. That hasn't been so welcoming to immigrants Joanna kakissis has the story from Budapest. On Benxi avenue in Budapest is lined with luxury boutiques representing the finest names in Europe, the name rally stands out, this boutiques from Syria inside their sculpted, walls and ceiling murals, designed by the same man who crafted Cartier jewellery shops. But the jewels inside the glass cases here or handmade hand painted chocolates. No, EMMY, Tsing clusky. Where's plastic gloves to select them for curious Hungarians? Yeah. And they s like what makes this gieco special? And so we thought them how much effort goes into each piece of chocolate who does not have to brief tourists from the Middle East people recognize the name like they're just coming. Oh, my God is is with the growing. Like, we said, yes. The grocery that's one that you know from before Basan Mugabe who ran the company came from one of Syria's oldest merchant families. He wore tailored, suits and loved classical music. He named one chocolate after an opera by composer, FRANZ Liszt. And he supplied chocolate to the Queen of England his wife that I'm yes as he believed in his chocolate that was amazing me that every time he wanted to taste his own chocolate. He has. Sparked in his eyes, and he looked at it as if he's seeing it the first time, and then he's so happy, but war forced the family out of Syria. You know, you don't really leave your country. You take it with you. This man of the memory everything roses from Damascus pistachios from Aleppo apricots from Huta. Here's Basan talking with a Chinese news network need good machines. But you need the people who is in love with talked of making chocolate. He flew many of his staff from Syria with him to Budapest. They reopened their factory in Hungary where they could afford real estate and labor costs in Europe. Hungary was not kind to Syrian refugees walking through Europe in twenty fifteen Hungary in police attacked them with batons water cannons at the border. To tech Jimmy Hudson. Nebulous Prime Minister Viktor Orban's has repeatedly declared that Hungary is not a nation for immigrants, but his administration. Welcome. Does it always they had money Bassano? Could I we invested in Hungary and made this promotional video celebrating his company's relaunch there were looking to build a beautiful presence in Ongeri and to Hungary on the chocolate map of exporting high quality chocolate. Then just as the company was taking off again. He was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. He died in may his wife. Rania now finds solace in the Budapest teak. They built together. It's making me feel that I'm was have. And it makes me closer to him. What's closer to him? And this is the only way for her eyes fill with tears, but you watch them away. There's a work to do the shop is full. In serious legendary chocolate here is expanding to Paris for NPR news. I'm Joanna kakissis in Budapest.

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News in Brief 17 December 2018

UN News

03:21 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 17 December 2018

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations the need for aid in the Palestinian territory has increased said Jamie McGoldrick UN humanitarian coordinator for the region. In a statement on Monday. Mr. mcgoldrick's comments were released as part of the twenty nineteen humanitarian response plan for the occupied Palestinian territory, which calls for three hundred fifty million US dollars to assist. One point four million people the maximum number that the UN can he said realistically reach in the current non-conducive political and resource climate the humanitarian coordinator described 2018 as a challenging year for you and agencies and aid workers in the region, particularly in Gaza since March over one hundred fifty Palestinians have been reported killed and more than ten thousand injured in connection with demonstrations along the Israeli border. Several tunnels discovered under the UN drawn blue line by his radio thirties, which marks the border between south Lebanon. Israel are in violation of a key UN Security Council resolution, that's according to the UN interim force in Lebanon UNIFIL, which said that it has dispatched technical teams to carry out site inspections, south of the blue line to ascertain the facts. His UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric based on the UN's independent assessment of the peacekeepers have so far confirmed the existence of all the four tunnels close to the blue line in northern Israel. A further technical investigation conducted independently in accordance with its mandate. Unifil at this stage can confirm that two of the tunnels crossed the blue line. These constitute violations of UN Security Council resolution seventeen a one this is a matter of serious concern and UNIFIL technical investigations. Are continuing UNIFIL has OJT requested the Lebanese government to look into the existence of the tunnels, which Israel blames on HAMAs militants. And Graham, breaking satellite. Imaging tools developed by the UN have led to the first comprehensive account of the devastation suffered by the ancient Syrian city of Aleppo during years of brutal civil war. It's hoped. The study can now be used to help begin the reconstruction of one of the world's most historic places, satellite imagery, analysis from the UN institute for training and research or unit saw and cultural heritage experts from the UN educational scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO worked closely with historians architects and archeologists to compile the data. The technology allowed them to remotely assess the damage immediately following the end of the years long siege of east Aleppo and for the first time monitor areas, rendered inaccessible due to the difficult security situation and restricted access to the city. Introducing the report UNESCO. Chief old as we said that the technology provides a remarkable tool with unmatched precision for documenting and understanding heritage which could lead to the eventual recovery of the city code Aladdin. UN news.

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"aleppo" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You know, I can't remember when when the war beginning it was very with media all stuff with media's as speak. Now the war beginning in Syria now, and I live, it said, and I know what's before it was not through. And then after two years it's everything open and it's same. Like really bad that dream everything. It's broken and everybody. He come to Syrian and he shared the war and I don't understand them. It's funny when when I when I do some race in Europe and the people know all some saxes from. Oh, how? How can do that? Because we see in the MTV or audio or just Syrian attack attack. Maybe I'm little bit lucky. I live it cerium I will call to to be saving my life to do and listen to my dream, but. I have a lot of people in days. Day was also young. Same like me in university or in same cloak. And I also later be seek what's having because I cannot believe it southerly one two years. It's too much to to my head was it was. Very, very hard. And I think for for everyone in any have some somebody is dead in the water. It's it's very, very hard for everyone. I can't see. Have you lost friends? Have you lost family in the war? Falls in two thousand fifteen and. Also many friends. See pictures of. Some big. It said, but. Life. Sometimes it's hard and you have to do and you have to work anti wake up and you move. If I stop it and cry every day, I will. Neighbor. Stunned, but I have to do homework and. Yeah, I see also sport citing. Actually they held me same activity for my hat. And for me. Now a little bit better. So. When I tell you maybe you can, you can see it's not so hard, but if you see well before it's. Very. I don't know how I'm here once in two thousand fourteen Damascus when I was. Stubbing incompetency and when start the years and the war in Aleppo two thousand fourteen, it was the road from Damascus to Aleppo close, and I cannot travel and my family. It was very dangerous to stay more in Aleppo and my family. She wanted to key and I wasn't Damascus. And then it was also for me too much because I cannot understand because I mean one is everything difficult and everything it's broken. And when when I remember it's in my head, how our Aleppo, I can just remember was amazing and nice place of something. But when I see pictures, I. I can't believe it because I don't know how can do that. I don't know why. I don't know why how the people can do that in same like history city our country from the beginning. I don't need to leave CNN. Then after one months, I was very. How can say I was very, very subtly and Aline Damascus. And then it was also in the most was heart and I lost my home and then. I moved to LeBron and then after leaving onto Turkey, and then I was with my family and. My mother. She was told me here in Turkey's also not really safe for you because you're young. You have to be in military, and I hope to go a little bit. Far away from because it's really dangerous to stay here. And then I moved to Greece and they have some friends, and I also continue little be taxed just for fun and then in in Greece. Also two thousand fourteen th really to to leave and to do something for young people just fall hallway, Greece. And then I have one Kentucky from good friends who me in three salon, and he told me you can come to Switzerland, and then we see and then was my plan just to. To go to the north where really safe. Is, and then I moved to Switzerland. Then. When I write it, I was very, very tired because my way it was very, very long. And then. I spoke to my friends until here. It's enough. I cannot I like to do anymore. It's really enough. And I think in Switzerland, it's okay and I will try to to do something it was. It was my plan to do this Syrian civil war continues, although the battle of Aleppo came to an end and at twenty sixteen the city is said to be largely still in ruins finale, but drought and plans to stay in Europe to follow his cycling dream..

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Russia, Turkey and Syria discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:25 min | 2 years ago

Russia, Turkey and Syria discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The United Nations has warned Russia and Turkey to act urgently to avert a bloodbath in the Syrian province of it live the region is in the hands of rebels. But Syrian government forces have been massing head of what may be a major offensive will. The call for peace, came from the UN's envoy to Syria, Stephan the Mr. and to discuss this. I'm joined on the line by Anna Borshchevskaya. She's senior fellow at the think tank the Washington Institute, and she focuses on Russia's policy towards the Middle East and everyone welcome on twenty four. Just explain to us what is lead Stefan demus door to openly urge both Vladimir Putin and reg type outta one to talk on the phone and stop what's being described as an imminent bloodbath in it lip. Sure. Ama- it's it's great to be here Stefan domestic comment. You know what's what's fascinating about it is it excludes the United States. It only mentions Russia and Turkey and I, it shows how how little of a role the United States is playing in Syria at the moment that it's come down to Russia and and Turkey. And the reason why this conversation of so important is because if history's any guide every offensive that we've seen in Syria had absolutely horrific horrific consequences for civilians and and that was the result of both Assad spawning and Russian bombings. Both of them have led to severe civilian. Casualties in inland has a very large number of children. The very large number of civilians, I believe about three million civilians total many of them children. So a blood shed a bloodbath that that he mentioned really eminent. And if history is a guide. Russia's, not the right, not the right state to stop it. Tell us why it lip has suddenly become disgraced, focus. Webuye people like Stephan did Mr., have to wait into stop all this carnage. The last rebel stronghold in Syria. We've seen we've seen other cities, fall fish as the fall of Aleppo. If it looked falls, this will be the last of this. This will pretty much be the end of rebellion against Assad and Assad will unequivocally stay stay in power. Now, the issue of course is there's very few places for refugees from to run to in Syria at this point, they could run to Turkey and, and this is another reason why turkeys is so important. Some analysis suggests that an offensive and Illit could be not as major some suspect, but but perhaps an attempt by Russia to force turkeys hand to act more aggressively in it. Live precisely out of fear of over massive Rasheed. G flows into the country thereby basically shielding Russia from continued international condemnation. Rightfully so for their human rights abuses instead putting putting the weight on Turkey putting the weight on Turkey, but we're hearing reports in the last few hours that the have been bombing raids on it lib, and they may well have been carried out by the Russians. That's absolutely correct. That's another exactly the same reports that I've seen. And therefore, you know, it remains to be seen how the scenario is going to play out at very, my may well be that, you know, if I very well may be that it will be the major -fensive that really ends and and they'd lip. But another possibility could also be something on a smaller scale, but still something that forces turkeys hand. So there's two possibilities that we can see playing out how much of a real influence do they have the however you talk about the the interplay between Russia and Turkey? Yes. At the end of the day, the person who can stop any huge offensive on it. Lib is neither the president of Russia new. The president of Turkey is the president of. Syria? Well, Assad you know, it's interesting you say that Assad is an is he feels very confident he's, he clearly wants to regain all of all of his country, and he talks about it in his actions, suggest feeling of confidence. But the fact of the matter is militarily he's quite weak even though he's captured a lot of territory.

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Russian trolls, bots 'spreading discord' over vaccine safety, scientists say

PRI's The World

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Russian trolls, bots 'spreading discord' over vaccine safety, scientists say

"Twitter bots and Russian trolls appear to have a new target vaccine safety. That's what we learned from a new study published in the American journal of public health that study found that the same kind of Russian online mischief that tried to influence the twenty sixteen election is now being used to so division and confusion in western countries about the safety of vaccines. The researchers examined one point, seven million tweets published between twenty fourteen and twenty seventeen David brownie tops, gay teachers in the school of engineering and applied science at George Washington University. He led the research for the study. Tell us, first of all, David, what kind of message is you're seeing online about vaccines? We saw a wide range of different types of messages. On one hand, we saw perhaps most surprisingly messages from identified

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Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak taking place in a war zone

The Science Hour

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak taking place in a war zone

"Start with the new and very worrying outbreak of the abode of virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo is just two weeks ago, the authorities they had to Clinton early outbreak in the west of the country to be over that success was put down to the rapid response approach device after the poorly contained epidemic in west Africa in two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen, but now more than two and a half thousand kilometers way in north key province near the border of Uganda, they've been thirty six deaths as we record this program, some of which have already been confirmed as Ebola. It's the same strain as before, but the outbreaks probably not actually linked the problem in dealing with it as the deputy director of emergency preparedness. Peter Salama. The World Health Organization told Claudia Hammond is this outbreak is going to be far more challenging to contain and even riskier. For the medical staff involved. The outbreak is centered around Mela beco- health zone, and particularly around us Motown cooled, men Geena. That really is the epicenter of the outbreak. We are however, receiving notifications of suspected cases that go beyond this particular healthy area and health zone. So they're being investigated in there more than thirty suspected cases currently. That this outbreak is completely separate from the one that was only declared over a couple of weeks ago. Is it because it's it's so far away across the other side of the country. We don't have definitive evidence as yet, but nor do we have any reason to believe that these outbreaks connected the distance between Ecuador, province and north keeping provinces is around two thousand five hundred kilometers. We know that this outbreak is likely to have taken off towards the end of July, and there were no active cases in the Equitor outbreak. After early Jews, how worrying is this new outbreak? This outbreak is extremely concerning in the Ecuador outbreak. I spoke of number of complicating factors, logistics affected health workers were infected early, which is, of course a ruse fan publication. The fact that the sites were much close to forested area. The fact that we have multiple sides simultaneously to address in terms of outbreak response. The fact that we also had proximity to Buddha's. So in this outbreak in northern kiva province, we have all of the above, but above and beyond. All of that here, the biggest constraint is security. There are more than one hundred groups in the North Kivu province more than twenty highly active and there is of operation really of Aleppo. Unfortunately, we've many of the areas which we're going to have to cover to reach all of the context out of the eight million population of northern kiva. One million people are internally displaced, so it's a population on the move, so that must make it much more difficult to work with communities. If you've got communities. So broken up on areas of conflict, metro difficult, much of this province is in UN security level for and what that means in practice is that many of the roads will have to travel alone who require escorts. Now, staff will require security, pistol protective equipments and not just the regular PP. We're used to using any Bill. Outbreaks to protect from infection, and we'll be relying heavily on the UN to help us with negotiations if needs be with some of the armed groups in order to access the population.

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Migrants disembark in Sicily after EU sharing plan reached

PBS NewsHour

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Migrants disembark in Sicily after EU sharing plan reached

"In, the day's other news a federal judge in San Diego ordered a temporary halt to deporting migrant families that were separated and then reunited the, American Civil Liberties union ask for a delay of, at, least, a week saying quote, mass deportations were imminent ACLU. Officials welcomed. Today's move The judge that. Is that they should continue with. Reunifications even if the parent has a removal order and this way the parent and the. Child will have some time to talk over whether the child should, stay in the country to fight their immigration is still the. Trump administration oppose, the ruling it is under a court order deadline to reunite was in twenty five hundred older children with their. Parents by July twenty sixth migrants are still arriving in Europe by the, hundreds from Africa about four hundred and fifty were allowed to disembark in Sicily today, after six European Union nations agreed to take them in Italy had refused to let the ships dock over the weekend elsewhere Spanish crews rescued, nearly four hundred eighty migrants at sea over the, weekend, nearly, seventeen thousand have made. It to Spain this year One of the European Union leaders appealed to the US to Russia and China. Today to preserve world order by preventing trade wars European Council president Donald, tusk spoke at a summit with Chinese leaders in Beijing Common beauty of Europe and China America and Russia Not to throw this old butts to improve it Not to start. Trade deals about two gravely. And, responsive Louis poem the rules based international order Meanwhile China complained to the World Trade Organization about a US threat of tariffs on another. Two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from China in turn the, US complained, to the WTO about retaliation by China the, EU Canada, and others for earlier tariffs in Syria state news media. And. Activists report is rarely. Airstrikes hit near Aleppo overnight nine people were killed the target appeared to be an airbase used. By Iran's revolutionary guard in support of Syrian forces it would be, the latest in a series of such Isreaeli attacks hundreds of. People protested in Nicaragua's capital today against a government crackdown twelve more people died over the, weekend as police and paramilitaries attack activists at university And roadblocks some three hundred have died. In. The last three months. As the government used force to quash dissent protesters in Chicago are turning out again tonight over. The police killing of a black man on Saturday late Sunday police, released body camera footage that showed Harris Augustus with a holster. Gun at his hip and apparently reaching toward it the chiefs at officers had to react These things happen a split second and officers, have to make decisions quickly. They don't have the luxury of looking at video later. New CD video you know you you take, a look at it and you you. Come to your own conclusion there, is no sound on the body Cam video and activists are calling for police to release other footage of the shooting Saudi Arabia. Today ban dozens of video games that it says lead children to harm themselves they include. Versions of assassin's creed and grand theft auto there have been reports that two young Saudis a boy. And a girl committed suicide after playing a social media game the blue whale challenge is said to. Urge players to perform various tasks and then take their own, lives on Wall Street today energy stocks, sagged after the price of oil tumbled and that weighed on the broader market the Dow Jones industrial average managed to gain forty. Five points to close at twenty five Five thousand sixty four but the NASDAQ fell twenty points and yes and p. five hundred slipped three and, in France hundreds of thousands. Of people celebrated Sunday's victory over Croatia in the World. Cup finals vast throng packed the fame shos, Elysee in Paris to greet the new. World champions of soccer team showed, off the trophy from top a double decker bus still to come on the news hour our politics Monday team gauges the fallout. From President Trump's statements on Russia a new documentary takes us inside the.

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Finding – and helping – Syria's orphans of war

Stephanie Trussell

01:24 min | 3 years ago

Finding – and helping – Syria's orphans of war

"The biggest new trophy dangers you've had hunters actually major say that to aid organizations that they want to shoot three are ninety helping nine the children because who syria but three we ninety found ninety so famous ordinary yeah people a tv reporter hard hard to a believe businessman from texas well he who worries have about less left their what will homes be lost and careers come mangled to rescue sin is determined the orphans to show of us war the beauty and fragility of what aleppo still survives the name and of so syria's he largest sets out city once is again synonymous patiently with suffering making his way this alone was the capital into of the the rebellion while against the dictatorship my gift of bouchara in a way al assad that i can get people hopefully to preserve and what over we have seven left years preserve he shelled wilderness and starved preserve aleppo species like to busy oblivion bears and make them think about it make them think that this is in what we need to say for our children late winter two thousand sixteen children in aleppo orphanage were forced by bombs to live for five months underground forgot they the primer begged for help be right back in babe a smuggled video audio on this ten year old yazmin kano's spoke for the children this might be the last going time out you see and hear what me is it she this said time i have been living planning in an orphanage the difference between the past ten two trips years to the hardware store there in are forty one seven if you plan children to dig here schedule a free we all locate call to get eight out of one aleppo one at least two days in advance this simple steps done ahead of time serious conceive you quite orphans the headache are often this children message who is have sponsored been brought by in into star the world mellanby a second ju gets time electric an they're emmy rescued a after attacks signature that killed land services brothers suggests sisters you might and parents want to take a quick look at that driveway of yours okay no one knows.

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Many Iranians reportedly killed in missile strike in Syria

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Many Iranians reportedly killed in missile strike in Syria

"Service it comes to you live from london today we'll have the latest on reports from syria that missile strikes on a government military base have killed at least twenty six people that's our top story today also an opioid crisis in nigeria so why are people finding it so easy to get their hands on the drugs and at least twenty five people are dead after a double bomb attack in the afghan capital kabul today will hear about one of them but i was a great photographer good friend a family man he left behind six children he was happy face always had a smile on his face and willing to help everybody stay with us for those stories and more coming up this hour we begin with syria riven by conflict over the last seven years and increasingly a country at the center of what could be described as a mini world war with the russians and iranians on the ground supporting president assad and western including us support for some opposition groups throw into that mix israel concerned most about iran and its influence in syria and elsewhere in the region a concern fully vocalized by the new us secretary of state mike pompeo who is in the region overnight there was a significant missile attack on a number of military sites in northern syria with unconfirmed reports of thousands of fatalities no one's claimed responsibility but the syrian military said facilities in hama and aleppo provinces were strong so what do we know amos hurrell is a senior defense analyst at the israeli newspaper haaretz as far as we can tell yesterday nights the warmer a.

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8 journalists among 25 killed in Kabul attacks

Battle Lines

01:19 min | 3 years ago

8 journalists among 25 killed in Kabul attacks

"News i'm rhonda rockstar up an afghan official says at least seven people were killed in two suicide bomb attacks in the capital of kabul monday a health ministry spokesman says twenty other people were wounded a police spokesman says the i bomber was on a motorbike in the second suicide bomber was on foot after traveling through mexico with great fanfare under the trump administration's watchful eye nearly two hundred central american migrants attempting to seek asylum in the us were stopped in their tracks when border inspectors and san diego said a crossing facility didn't have enough space to accommodate them syrian tv reporting a new aggression with missiles targeting military outposts in northern syria the state run television reported early monday the missiles targeted military outposts in hama and aleppo countryside it did not say who fired missiles or whether there were any casualties or damage this is sr in news hello beautiful i'm amy aired founder of madison reed a hair color company i named after my daughter one of the things i value most in life is time time to spend with my daughter time to spend with family and the time i put into my company that's reinventing the way women colored their hair the busiest most successful women i.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dum oh it's highly populated area how could you identical weapons in a highly populated area and bear in mind stephen bear in mind the first time chemical weapons were used and now we strongly believe they were used at the orders of some nato countries including britain they were used against our troops in two thousand thirteen and we submitted a claim to the security council in two thousand thirteen asking the security council to send an investigation investigating team to hana aleppo because we had twenty plus soldiers were killed plus many other and i went to the hospitals at the time yeah hang on i just want to make this siemian pass around people watching this around the world have to make a judgment as to the credibility of people like you who are saying chemical weapons were never used in aleppo duma or anywhere else and then all of the evidence i can cite you're on the other side of the friends from the opcw from human rights watch from amnesty international from different independent human rights organizations and governments including the french the british and the american all of whom contradict you people have to make a decision but when they make that decision they judge you on your character you are the man who during that siege of two thousand sixteen in aleppo responded to the tweets of a sevenyearold girl the girl who was tweeting about the suffering of community describing the barrel bombs bana alabama wrote da asks idea putin one day you will stand in front of god to answer for why you killed my friends and you responded to that tweet by saying this on twitter it's better this little witch die before she starts with her sponsors world war three where's your humanity where's your accent i look look look knock look look where is your humanity you when you use a seven year old girl and you put up your account and you abuse her and you'll you may like a puppet an example like you do with all of our kids like you did with the kid ron what was your where was your humanity the west western humanity when you when you based lies on a kid name ron and it turns out to be a big lie and lie she's been to meet president edwin in turkey she's been and you said let this little witch does really okay okay.

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"aleppo" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"The type of tactics we've seen in gupta annan aleppo where we see in the east of chemical weapons we say use of bunkerbusting bohm's and bauer bombs we seen thousands of men women and very young children be murdered would continue on a massive scale in lip so i think that just to sort of sit back and let us is win would would involve witnessing massive human suffering i think the solution that the questions whilst you'll tentative i think we we have to use all the means spice to ensure that it lib that there is we do not see massive arab involvement of lip and we spike about the huge spitting casualties in the boss majority of civilians in this conflict have been killed by the assad regime and his backers and a huge percentage of those deaths have come because of the use of power so i think we have to make sure through that yeah and you can achieve in many in many different ways but nobody wants to see acids will planes backed with russian warplanes flying i've it lib and bombing the tv civilians that taking refuge i mean this conversation just parallels the conversation we were having on chemical weapons which is sure there's an argument to actually reduce suffering you just let heinous appalling behavior happen but one of the like what are the consequences of that both within this conflict in syria and the longer term in from a humanitarian perspective.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"War it's hard to larry scientific very true but there was a presidential election in two thousand fourteen and bashar al assad one effectively the twice the size of the mandate the theresa may's currently running on and even prior to the twenty two thousand fourteen election nato did their own internal report and came to the conclusion that about seventy percent is a little bit high seventy percents support the government currently and what do you think will be the message of this national day celebration in aleppo i think is basically the the the west mr trump and mrs maes they can do what they want with their cruise missiles but the syrian people will never be divided it's a it's a really define people and for them it's syria or death that's their identity that's the way they see their lives joins us now live from aleppo lease why the celebrations being held there and not in the capital damascus i think they want it the most majestic of settings aleppo is a world heritage site the citadel is is a kind of treasure a national treasure that is known worldwide and also the battle for electro brutal battle which ended in december of two thousand sixteen we were here at the time in those last days marked a turning point in the war it meant that all the major cities were now on in president assad's hands and i think they never really marked that and so the presidency wants to really send a strong message they've asked so many delegations you heard from that gentleman there from bs news we just when we arrived at the hotel there was a church delegation which arrived there's a tourism tourism delegation people from around the world they're bringing the people who are want to basically say that the syrians who live here support their government and they brought in big numbers with syrians to send literally allowed message with a strong orchestral performance tonight in the majestic citadel there is a strong argument on the other side of course that people will argue that the government is.

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Haley warns U.S. "locked and loaded" if Syrian regime uses poisonous gas again

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Haley warns U.S. "locked and loaded" if Syrian regime uses poisonous gas again

"From executive producer jordan peele tracy morgan is back what in a new tv assuming that the new york times gritty funny comedy i just did fifteen in prison storing tiffany haddish the inner tainer you thought you'd just go wait for you to discover you got another man bouncy house don't miss tracy morgan's return to tv second chances are beautiful thing last oh gee tuesday's ten thirty nine thirty central only on tv yes breaking news tonight the us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley warning syria that the united states is quote locked and loaded for more strikes if the assad regime uses poison gas again let's go to our senior international correspondent nick payton walsh he's in northern syria for us tonight so nick what's the latest you're picking up over there this point i think there's an element of syria getting off and dusting itself off and realizing it wasn't quite as bad as they had full we've seen images on syrian state tv of the buzzer research facility in damascus the rubble there that clearly shows they won't be able to realize they were hit last night but they also claim to the homeless facility in fact was sped laws devante cross missiles now we've seen scenes of syrians out in the streets trying to show that life is perfectly normal shaw out our outside woking sauntering into work through a not shiny marvel reception room on his way into a normal day in the face a pay the points out just in the last sort of ours also some syrian observers a momentous have suggested this has been a substantial onyx thing and explains explosion near aleppo at a base of acidity often used it seems by ronnie militia unclear quite what back is we're still talking about a life back and failed ted but more broadly i think the syrian regime where we.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I was happy hit with those or recovery workers digging with bare hands through rubble in aleppo syria looking for survivors of an airstrike it's a scene repeated over and over in the documentary last man in aleppo the film follows a recovery group known as the white helmets 2015 and 2016 was a time of devastating violence in aleppo and the white house it's our they're trying to pull civilian survivors from buildings wrecked by air strikes from the assad regime and its russian allies the search for survivors often yields bodies and the men digging have families of their own that any day could wind up under rubble just like that to watch last men in aleppo is to confront the relentless inhumanity of the war in syria that goes on today harassed by odd is director of last men in aleppo his film is nominated for an oscar for best documentary he's originally from aleppo but now lives outside of syria and i spoke with fierce ahead of sunday's oscars he talked about what it means for the world to see his film wall the war grinds on in syria to understand and backed of the word have to see how much it's lift destruction of our society and to know that you have to be close a from the syrian families and i chose hutted because he's a father and have two daughters the same thinks they chose mahmoud because he sale young man a philosophy student but also he left behind him his father mother and with him his brother as a volunteer so you can see how much this is difficult facing the every day herro or of the war and in the same times you are apart from the pharmacy and you have other responsibility between what you can do for your society and between what you can do for your cell phone for your personal survive annual for your.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take their families and head to turkey and be save or stay in this you know ultimately dangerous work uh to help their unity yes absolutely especially carlet he's a guy like full of joy men we just inspired by him we saw the beauty a side of the life for example we never explain leg expected that we we gonna find a fish ciller in the city that destroyed on bump every day and the people like interesting to to buy fish and that's that show us how much this is people love the life and that's also much uh so much show us how much important to to fight through the hope to stay in a place that could the diff siege do and what about you and the filmmakers bombs were dropping on the city of aleppo in your following the people running toward the danger yup you know when you are as it filmmaker who currying the camera whores thinking about this story sometimes you frigate ally of course we are we was in then dangerous and scared we are human net machine we have this is a human filling beds we are in general in the second nasa can't lined the first line our characters which is the most dangerous and the fall the full attack on their lives and we was inspired by them at sometimes we can't survive week we just through the kamerhe unrun but they are the responsibility of hubbing the other and also help us they was like when the weekold like the filming sometimes they give us like terrible of lake things that don't go there don't more there if something have been lived there chimera around run don't don't don't put us in in in a double a double off work so they care about us as a filming at woohoo filming them and also care about the victims who was the king and that that destruction do they feel at all that by you getting their story out these white helmet heroes really rescuing people in the middle of bombing runs in aleppo in the syrian civil war that by you as a filmmaker getting their story out and.

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"aleppo" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Before serious popular uprising and the severe government response that followed highlighted makhmoud led different lives filmmaker furious fayard describes them highlead he's a from well educated from any grew up in other people and he dream to be a firefighter because his uncle was a firefighter watching the documentary you lose track of how many dead and injured people dead and injured children how it encounters all while worrying about the safety of his own young daughters who were there in aleppo because he has chosen to stay then there's makhmoud mahamoud these of philisophy student he was like sieged with the books the philisophy books about the meaning of the life and why we have to fight for the life and the hope and the meaning of humanity and then one of the accident that happened in front of him in la pole there the child the burning in the car because the bump and it's just check in his memory and that motivates him to relent here in the white home it theorists fads camera captures every detail of highlighted markowitz lives under siege i wanted to understand how frei i'd got such extraordinary access to the men he filmed and i asked him is he himself from aleppo yes yeah a grew up in the countryside of a liberal and they'll it's my city where i know every single is three and every single store yeah what was that like filming your own city as it was being destroyed it's very painful in one louisville but in other level it's it's put me in the position of responsibility and telling the story it's not just telling the story as interesting in in the subject or them moment filling the story but it's about this is a story could make the history this is history could be writing the history and save the evidence for what's happened in this brutal i'm in our human history i wanna ask about your choice you made in how you told the story there is a lot of repetition in this film and i mean that in a good way but you're you're characters wake up and scanned the sky for bombers and then they restore the bombs are falling and they start to dig through the rubble and we see that in different parts of.

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"aleppo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It's been a little more than a year now since the intense blast battles for the city of aleppo the great city of aleppo end it and the skies are overcast today gray clouds a bit of sun peeking through but what's not in the skies as the warplanes be heard night after night and during the day in december of 2016 you don't hear the sounds of explosions there aren't the huge waves of people on the run fleeing the fighting so aleppo feels a lot calmer but how different is at what i'm here to speak to two young people i met on my last visit to aleppo this gusma and yasser it's very nice to see you again it's nice to meet you again in the different circumstances i have to say that you all for your face tells me something even just your face your smiling you see much more axed how does it feel now it's very different because uh now we're we're getting to live uh a bit of a normal life like for example now i can go to the movies yeah which was one of my my favorite things to do but i couldn't let now i go regularly on a weekly basis what kind of movies are playing in aleppo last week i went to to the theatre it was the greatest showman it was to hugh jackman i like him so much so that that's actually a new release such so yeah exactly so i was happy to it's it's kind of my my life it was like that before the war in what about you yasser women blocked mass you you know the worry cross to your face we could feed which some of your family was still in east aleppo and that those are the boss of the rebelheld areas which were coming back under government control so that was the focus of the fighting u to now look much more relaxed but how does the city feel for you actually that leslie this month compatable through this year we have too many things like good things heavy things.

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"aleppo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It's been a little more than a year now since the intense blast battles for the city of aleppo the great city of aleppo end it and the skies are overcast today gray clouds a bit of sun peeking through but what's not in the skies as the warplanes be heard night after night and during the day in december of 2016 you don't hear the sounds of explosions there aren't the huge waves of people on the run fleeing the fighting so aleppo feels a lot calmer but how different is at what i'm here to speak to two young people i met on my last visit to aleppo this gusma and yasser it's very nice to see you again it's nice to meet you again in the different circumstances i have to say that you all for your face tells me something even just your face your smiling you see much more axed how does it feel now it's very different because uh now we're we're getting to live uh a bit of a normal life like for example now i can go to the movies yeah which was one of my my favorite things to do but i couldn't let now i go regularly on a weekly basis what kind of movies are playing in aleppo last week i went to to the theatre it was the greatest showman it was to hugh jackman i like him so much so that that's actually a new release such so yeah exactly so i was happy to it's it's kind of my my life it was like that before the war in what about you yasser women blocked mass you you know the worry cross to your face we could feed which some of your family was still in east aleppo and that those are the boss of the rebelheld areas which were coming back under government control so that was the focus of the fighting u to now look much more relaxed but how does the city feel for you actually that leslie this month compatable through this year we have too many things like good things heavy things.

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"aleppo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Whether this was a coincidence certainly the um the russians have a capacity to act on the ground using things like vehicle bombings in this this does appear to have been a a vehicle born ied but if some such sources also say could have been drone attack and of course that would point to either the the russians or all the syrians on the this this really is one of those situations where there are too many potential suspects but i think it probably is linked in some way to the fact that the the the regime noose is now tightening around a lib city and a date abed like we saw with aleppo warnings of another humanitarian crisis in a lab oh absolutely i mean we're talking about what what i should say is millions of people have already fled into italy from other parts of syria from aleppo from from other parts of the country that had been besieged by the regime and now many of being forced to flee to the north towards the turkish border in what a freezing conditions very very a vita bitterly hostile terrain and and and in a climate facing bombardment not only by the russians in the syrians but of course also not the warmest welcome at the turkish border either so the humanitarian crisis there's absolutely going to worsen asked the regime advances it does sadly feel as if syria has fallen off the international news edge end spas ever since the harrowing pictures that we used to see coming ash of aleppo stopped the can you give us an overall status updates on the civil war which if modest aol shock many people to realize in their entered its eighth fear yeah i think the overwhelming theme is that the assad regime his effectively swept across much of the country.

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"aleppo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That first if you just to be a my guest is financial expert and author jennifer streaks jennifer you and i had a brief conversation via twitter direct message and i was his arresting to you my concern in terms of some of the indicators that i see right now which seemed to me as an outsider somewhat reminiscent of the moments before the great recession in terms of where our housing market is i i mean seem to think that his over price i think our stock market is is is a uh topping out denying any type of correlation between then and now ripped likely paid a real estate market already hugh aleppo off we had another period of time warehouses were shooting up again ira of on capitol hill on why handy b they had hauser selling on capitol hill or you know a million dollars a million 50 m million wine was noparking with one bathroom just because of the location and we are starting now to see that start leveling off so if you're one of these people in come into the city and you buy something that's nine hundred thousand it you know a million dollars you're not gonna be able to get out of it is quickly if you need to the market is going to flatten out which means that you may find yourself again you know underwater in a house you know that that can't meet measure up to what it was valued at two years ago so i'm just telling i tell people to be cautious in terms of buying a home right now in terms of investing in the stock market rainer everything is stirring that off out it's going to start the level wall and then this is the cycle that we go rural and that's gonna you know sorta federal where it's supposed to be and then it's gonna sit there for the next you know three or five years that's for because a.

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"aleppo" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Jio right can you described to me what what a tape what does it tastes like teats whom some cord not in your stomach will test the doulos crapper your say there's a special place in your stomach for the first time maybe you will feel let your stomach it's a smiling happy right and so from there we just cast a wide net and we just started putting out the call to syrian refugee organisations serena american friends friends in immigrant food communities basically just said we're looking for people from aleppo who know the sandwich shop sergia and that's how he found shatti martini well my name is shoddy martini all was born in aleppo syria and by lift uh through mine young years serai school in aleppo shatti comes from a very wealthy family in aleppo in fact his last name martini is also the name of a neighborhood in aleppo and it's the name of hospital that his family owns martini hospital in the neighborhood call martini and he loves to each other other food memories you have from your childhood or from growing up like what are order some of your food you associate with our home and family when i was young in aleppo louis mainly had two different kind of sandwiches which might be weird for people from the us to hear about like what can you give me an example well one of them is the lamp brain that the tonga for the lime and end brain and i have not eaten lam raymond i would i can you describe it to me all it's it's is delicious first day boil it and water then day will put some spices you know there's two seven.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is a thing of them at american aleppo there you go i think you're right i d i did not going to do it the same way that we do it here it's good suggestion cia hall online loves have one more of a gift to while in the navy well once on the ship are we had launched up launch in who do the guy noukal minnesota i need now you're on my wife got seconds while yeah that said hey he's laws gained that's what i say about look you just wanted use dirty saturday that i'm not yet imagine a little it looked like a big water but firm for minnesota back then now of course they couldn't get said the that's another addition lobster real good idea hasty thanks docked again called urging area take care we're going to move right along want to try and get everyone and before we finish upper good a warren out in gloucester hawaii warren god hired armed good good good what do what do you think we would ask someone taste uh um well uh i've had a few minutes like about i know i had a big uh uh addict s o i w at lunch stop and it was delicious and mashed potatoes and asparagus oh my god i had a large another head of the for supper oh if i go wait you'll lunch at nice nice smart advantage do that too all i'll do the same thing sometimes ladder packed i still have some left what i'd edward r murrow fallout anyway so that's what i would recommend or someone you know aren't coming out here i am not so up on my fish that i i know whether haddock is just a a local fish or new england fish and if he can get over in europe and like i don't know that but if if it is and i agree with you addicott or call yeah yet although they got some pretty good the you know a mild fish out in in in dover sole the stuff like that but you get the ball get our own have you get a good it's nothing like it added a spate patient message that's right and hopefully they'll look at the call you they're vowing start gang haddock a one man lucas other analyst war on the suggest a happy whoa are with her tries i was my first now you can do.

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"aleppo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"United nations announced the partition of palestine right there were riots all through the arab countries and there's a lot of speculation that this was not simply a spontaneous outburst of rage but that was very manipulated by the police and that governments you know to destabilise the relationships with the jews in those countries which it did fertilize you did all right so you're you're lecturer on saturdays you're in the compass a lot of that your family's history the history of jews in aleppo the history of aleppo in syria and you doing it to be doing this by yourself know let me mention also i will be i will be talking first and showing some slides live what are wise yet powerpoint actual slide flies remember there's life judges should into that little we it rotated all before the carrousel there were the long trays that's right they would go they came in now this will be powerpoint and but i have a lot of old family photos which is just amazing that you know in syria at the time my dad uh you know took a lot of photos of his brothers and sisters and his mother holding his little baby brother and you know all kinds of things i'll do that and then i will be joined in a conversation with ron dunkin' hearts who on is a wonderful an amazing and knowledgeable and just fascinating person who lives here in santa fe author of many books and his um most recent books he wrote a book called islam and muslims because judaism and his most recent book is sephardic jews which came out in 2016 islander tremendous amount from that book i already knew a lot about sephardic charge that is just chock full of information about how this sephardic jews found out from spain across the world including ray here to new mexico certainly mexico to two word new mexico right coming up from mexico so we'll have a conversation with one another and then we'll have conversation with the audience russians also though the everybody's welcome to o'clock mc kill history museum right off the waza auditory wonderful facility you'd i love that did not.

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"aleppo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"aleppo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our soldiers alert firefighters you guys know that very well in boston and aleppo good can come out of it which has post traumatic growth literally grow from trauma and not easy and it can take a while you have to kind of work your way through the mess the meaning of say how can we be stronger you even though this bad thing happen and boston strong the perfect example that that's terrible thing about marathon and you guys use has a source of strength and that's exactly what post dramatic growth in resilience her about all right um i understand how it works for big things do you are you able to apply this tool to the small things are these other things that you just have no resilience over like during your taxes a small things like oh my god i got to get my car inspected i hate that and you do they certain things that just goes i fly under there needs the resilience uh resiliency factor absolutely i i'm like everybody else i got my faith weaknesses and bradley my worst one as waiting in line hitting in the grocery store light at the bank line a high start the way though and i think there's a terrible what a waste of time how can that be and i have to catch myself and we'll try lap a little bit at myself they come on you know this is five minutes here this is not a big deal you shake your warm relax you know but yeah i i have those little small things like everybody does some days i'm better at shedding a small thing but other days i'm worse added so you know this kind of federal here you're gonna go back a all right from stuck in the bank wina i gotta take slain king are in fact it's got to be astle that it's not but it in perspective it's not that terrible then taking an hour it's gonna be a little paying the but i'll get through this and you can even use those little event became practice of being patient and resilient for the bigger things they all right i'm just going to stay calm and get through this uh you know inspection line and i'll learn that i can solve these problems and you can take at will cable to the.

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