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Fresh update on "alexey navalny" discussed on BBC Newsday
"His annual state of the nation address to the Kremlin elite. For sure he won't be mentioning Alexey Navalny by name. They usually referred to him as the German patient, the prisoner or that man. However, there is enormous concern about Mr Navalny's condition. After doctors say that he needs urgent medical care. He started a hunger strike. On the 31st of March in protest of not being able to see his own medical team. The information that's coming out from his supporters are that blood tests suggest he could be about to suffer kidney failure. Or an imminent cardiac arrest. Now, in response, the UK, France, Germany and the U are expressing their concern over their treatment on by the U. S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Said that America will retaliate if Navalny dies during his prison hunger strike, been speaking about the situation with an Applebaum, staff writer at the Atlantic magazine. The author of a new book, Twilight of Democracy, the seductive Lure of authoritarianism. She gave us her assessment of events. From Putin's point of view, it may be an even greater risk to keep Alexey Navalny alive. This is somebody who is concerned primarily and above all else about himself. And about his power and about maintaining power. Putin is a person who all of his life since he was a very young KGB officer in East Germany has been afraid of the power of crowds and afraid of people who talk about democracy and afraid of people who point to and describe corruption. The volunteer is somebody who's capable of inspiring crowds. We've seen that over and over again, and he is also somebody who has focused very hard on the corruption of Putin and the people around him, has published very intimate details about their money, their houses. Their property around the world. And it may be that for Putin the threat of having him alive and having him as a is a symbol of opposition is more worrying than whatever repercussions there might be from his death. Let's talk about what the repercussions might be. The Russians have bean very dismissive and bold in their interactions. For example, with the EU recently now here we have the national security adviser, saying that he has spoken directly To the Russians. What do the Russians fear? What could the West say that would have any traction? Remember that most of their experience with the West so far is that the West never although they will do economic sanctions, and they will focus sanctions on particular people, And that's those, of course, have been the most successful and effective sanctions deeper retaliation. Western intervention in Russian politics intervention in Russia's war with Ukraine, or maybe even it's the expanding war in Ukraine is something they don't seem to be afraid of. They don't seem to believe that the West Has the stomach for real confrontation. In the past, many possibilities have been discussed, including excluding Russia entirely from world financial markets, including sanctions on Russian oil and gas. And it may be that Ah, hire those kinds of higher level sanctions are in play right now. Those those are the kinds of things they would be afraid of. But from Putin's point of view, that's an economic price he might be willing to pay. Isn't a crucial part of their thinking. Well, London launders all our money. They're not going to want to threaten that. Germany is just about to start sucking an enormous pipeline of our gas. They're not going to want to threaten that. They know that the West doesn't walk the walk, don't they? Because it hasn't really before. I mean, their calculation is that remember, The West is not a homogeneous, unified entity and sanctions from Americans. You know, there may be ways around them in Switzerland, or, you know, if they're banned in one place, they may be able to do deals in another, and that's that's what they've been counting on so far. Remember that we've also had four years of the Trump administration, which, although Probably didn't didn't bend in the Russian direction as much as the Russians themselves. Originally hoped we haven't had any consistent policy towards Russia. We haven't had any clear messaging towards Russia in sometime, you know, Another thing to consider is that Right now, not only with the Navalny case but also with the build up of Russian military around Crimea. This may be a moment where they're testing the Biden administration. They may want to see exactly how how tough it will be. It's interesting. This is the first U. S administration and decades actually, that has not come into office, saying We want to reset relations with Russia. On Applebaum, staff writer at the Atlantic author off Twilight of Democracy book just out now, and she's talking about the power calculations surrounding the case of Alexei Navalny in just under an hour's time later in the program will be hearing from the Valley's chief of staff for the update. The latest on his condition. Used a BBC World Service. The U. S State of Michigan was once seen as a model for containing covert 19 with some of the strongest mandates wearing masks and severe restrictions on dining at restaurants or other indoor gatherings. Now the state is those restrictions a few months ago, and now Michigan is seeing a staggering increase in covert cases and also hospitalizations. It's actually the highest number of new cases in any state. In the U. S. So in a move to stop this rise, Michigan Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer is ordering the Children as young as two should now wear a mask if gathering with others, But she's refusing to lock down the state again. So why this move to get the latest? I spoke to Quinn Klein Filter, a senior news editor with W. The E T radio in Detroit, Michigan. Well, Whitman, in essence that closed down Michigan about a year ago, when the pandemic first struck the U. S. She forbid restaurants from serving indoors. They were holding school classes virtually, and she received a lot of pushback from business owners and the state Republican Legislature. Both even Donald Trump at the time was campaigning He was taking on Whitmore personally telling her to quote free Michigan and in fact, the state was being ravaged economically a Republican suitor and said that she was overstepping her bounds. You know, the state Supreme Court agreed with that. And she quickly inserted new orders. Instead, through her state Health department and the covert cases dropped dramatically. The restrictions that she put in place seemed to be doing the job of keeping the disease in check. But in recent months she had eased those restrictions. The pressures that I mentioned earlier were beginning to build on her, and the cases began to rise again very fast and this time, especially among younger people, in large part because Wittmer allowed school age Children to engage in sports activities, and that along with the celebratory dinners afterwards in restaurants, where she was allowing 50% capacity now Seemed to be pushing this rising cases. Hospitals in Michigan now are being overwhelmed with covert patients. They're there to the point where they're simply delaying other scheduled surgeries because they just don't have the room for any more patients. So quite a turnaround from the success earlier on, Why doesn't she does simply re impose restrictions? It's a question even the Biden administration's been asking. Federal officials in the U. S. Says she should lock the state down again. Women's countered by asking Biden form or vaccine. She was turned down on that. They said that they were going to give an X amount of allotment to all the states and couldn't just surjit to any particular husbands, though the administration has sent some additional advisers to Michigan But women is facing pressure as well from people in Michigan, not just politically, but those that say they're already sick of wearing masks. They say that it's infringing on their civil rights, and with the vaccines available, the state should just get rid of all these restrictions. The winner said it a recent news conference that those new restrictions are not necessary. If people would simply follow the proper safety guidelines. We have variants that are very present here in Michigan, and greater numbers than other states are seen. We have reservoirs that people who didn't get Colvin, thankfully but are now vulnerable to these variants. And we have exhaustion, the fatigue where people are dropping their guard, and that's precisely why, instead of mandating that we're closing things down, we are encouraging people to do what we know works, so she's concerned about the various spreading and she's imposing at least one new mandate pretty controversial that Children as young as two Where a mask which many people listen to this, we'll say how How is that even possible to make Children as young as to where a mask How is that going down? Well, about the same way here, it's not so well. But the other thing is the number of cases among those between the ages of 10 and 19 is at an all time high in the state and officials would like to vaccinate kids and their studies underway to see if that's feasible, But it's not happening at the moment. So in the meantime, as we heard the governor is simply imploring Michigan parents and those that have been battling against her to have people wear a mask, and she says, try and do the right thing. Good luck with trying to get a two year old to wear a mask that is. Quinn.
Kremlin critic Navalny's life 'in the balance,' aide says as he calls for protests
"Later this week in anticipation of any protests. Russian protests planned Wednesday in the dire health predictions. ABC is Julia McFarland. Supporters of jailed Putin critic Alexey Navalny say they're planning for the largest protests in modern Russia. The opposition leader's condition worsens. Reports that Navalny's life is in jeopardy due to his
Fresh update on "alexey navalny" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Are on standby and schools here are going remote later this week in anticipation of any protests. Russian protests planned Wednesday in the dire health predictions. ABC is Julia McFarland. Supporters of jailed Putin critic Alexey Navalny say they're planning for the largest protests in modern Russia. The opposition leader's condition worsens. Reports that Navalny's life is in jeopardy due to his hunger strike in jail have been met with international condemnation. Maybe notable check news coming this week says Hey, be seized area all bigger. Apple will hold a virtual event on Tuesday, The company is reported to be ready to roll out an update two iPad pros. And possibly a new product called Air Tags, which can attached to items to help track their location. This is ABC.
Sullivan: 'There Will Be Consequences' if Navalny Dies
"Julie Candler with the BBC news. United States. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has said there'll be consequences if the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, dies in prison. To Sullivan said Washington had communicated this to Moscow. U. S and the European Union. Both say they hold Russia accountable for his safety from Los Angeles. Peter Bo's reports. Jake Sullivan said the U. S was looking at a variety of different costs. As he put it, there will be imposed. Should Alexey Navalny die. Without going into specifics. He said the White House had made his position clear, communicating directly through diplomatic channels with the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Said Moscow will be held accountable by the international community for what happened to Mr Navalny. On Saturday, President Biden said the Russian opposition leaders situation was totally unfair. Supporters of Alexei Navalny in Russia have called for renewed street protests across the country on Wednesday evening. Before that, his life hangs by a thread. He's been on hunger strike for nearly three
Fresh "Alexey Navalny" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Sixties and then Saturday might see the return of rain with highs in the mid fifties. That's the latest from the coma forecast Team Alexey Navalny on the brink of death. These are your world headlines from ABC News. The daughter of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has called on authorities to treat her father in prison a day after a group of doctors warned he is at risk of kidney failure. India's capital, New Delhi, recorded more than 25,000 covert 19 cases in a 24 hour period, It's chief minister said, urging the government to provide more hospital beds. The total number of cases in India is nearly 15 million. China and the U. S. Have agreed that stronger pledges to fight climate change must be introduced before a new round of global talks at the end of the year. In a joint statement, both countries said they would continue working to keep the Paris agreement temperature limit within reach. And Prince Philip has been entered in the royal vault at Windsor after a scaled down funeral service, which was televised and watched by millions around the world. The 99 year old Duke was celebrated for his long life of service and duty to country and his wife, the Queen. Julia McFarlane ABC News at the Foreign Desk, London NBC Entertainment News, Taylor Swift, Just one up the Beatles, her re recorded version of her fearless album as her third to top the British charts. Having her three number one albums there in just 259 days, the other two being last July's folklore and evermore in December. You've got to go back to generations to find the last band that came close to these.
"alexey navalny" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The first high profile defeat of one of the president's picks. More from CBS is Stephen Portnoy, the now former budget nominee, writes in a letter that it quote seems clear that there is no path forward to gain confirmation. Neera Tanden was opposed by Republicans and West Virginia Senate Democrat Joe Manchin for the things, she said, and tweeted about members of both parties in her years is a Democratic activist. There are signs the president still intends for tending to serve in his White House in a post that doesn't require Senate approval. Some states today announcing the lifting of covert restrictions in Texas masks won't have to be warned. Beginning next week in Michigan Governor Gretchen Witter says beginning Friday, restaurants and bars could be at 50% capacity. Today's public health order. Increases capacity limits in retail casinos, Jim's stadiums and other entertainment and recreational facilities. FBI Director Christopher Wray grilled by the Senate Judiciary Committee today for the first time since the deadly attack of the capital nearly two months ago, he said, while the insurrection was domestic terrorism, January, 6 was not an isolated event. Problem of domestic terrorism has been metastasizing across the country for a long time now, he said, they did get intelligence about a threat on January the sixth large amount of information about large numbers of people coming to participate in protests and about the potential for violence. Calling that threat raw on verified uncorroborated information that have been posted online. Ray says that information was quickly disseminated to their partners, including the Capitol Police and Metropolitan Police Department. Stacey Lynn CBS News Washington. Russia's attack on an opposition leader has resulted in new sanctions from the United States. CBS is Norah O'Donnell, the Bite administration is slapping its first sanctions on Russia and seven officials linked to the poisoning and later the jailing of Vladimir Putin's arch rival Alexey Navalny. Family survived the nerve agent attack and is now being held in a notorious prison camp were harsh. Labor is common civil rights champion and Clint adviser Vernon Jordan has died after serving his field secretary for the Georgia and Double P and executive director of the United Negro College Fund. Working headed the National Urban League. Curious in 1978 delivering that group's annual report, you joblessness went down. Lot youth. Unemployment continued its upward. Sparrow. Vernon Jordan was 85. The Dow lost 144 points. This is CBS News. Del Technologies Advisers listen to your small business needs so they can provide you with tailored solutions powered by Intel V. Pro Platform called today. 877 asked. L latest advise on unmasked get togethers for the vaccinated, but first a traffic update from Tracy Taylor Tracy. So what? Watching the lineup for drivers right now on North bound? Four or five more, So as we come out of the rent in s curves and again, including getting closer to one 95th, there's a wreck on the side. That's a little bit of a distraction. I'm a little distracted because I'm trying to find out what's going on here on south and 167 out near to 12 that the camera that I'm looking at is that 222nd. There's something there because traffic is stopped. I don't see anybody moving in a quick back of forming right behind that We are slow on north on I five crossing the county line. Still some heavier traffic. After 164th. You will find the south on five drive to struggle outside of five, and drivers are still hitting the brakes on 5 12 as we get closer to steal street traffic brought to you by Allstate. If you're driving less, you could be saving more courage. Words. Save money with paper mile insurance from Allstate, Call local Allstate agent and get a quote Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor No from the Cairo Radio New Center. My Northwest calm In response to the president's request. Today, Governor Inslee announces all educators and licensed child care workers are now eligible for Corona virus vaccines and for anyone who has been fully vaccinated for at least one week of a religious tells us it is safe to get together indoors with others who are unmasked. What I think is really important to note here is that we're talking about a group of people where everybody has been vaccinated and not in a public place where there are going to be unvaccinated people. That's Dr Angela Rasmussen. Uncover radios G and Ursula show today. Ah homeless camp at Seattle's oldest park is being cleaned up. An attempt will be made to clear it out tomorrow. City says The encampment at Denny Park on the north End of downtown is a crime and trash nuisance. Friends of Denny Park president Tim Ghettos tells Katie Th is Jason rants. The cleanup is long past two. We've seen some sexual assault sex offenses. Really just really tough situations there that no one wants to see. Outreach teams are offering shelter to residents before tomorrow's official sweep is moving through the Senate If it passes a criminal reform bill could let some state prisoners petition for early release Kyra radios Hannah Scott, with that as long as they served at least 15 to 25 years of their sentence, depending on their crime. In some other factors, sponsor Monica Dhingra says it's not only about addressing the disproportionate impact tough on crime laws had on communities of color, but also people change. Republican Senator Linda Wilson, not happy. I don't think it's enough that it's more than likely that they will not commit a new crime, especially since now you're including murderers sentenced to life without parole. A final decision would be up to the governor. Our states on Lee. No boat sewage discharge zone is likely to stand Despite the lawsuits underway. A U. S Environmental Protection Agency report says there are adequate pumping stations around Puget Sound to make the 2018 law. The reasonable one. As.
Fresh update on "alexey navalny" discussed on WBSM 1420 Programming
"After three weeks of testimony, jurors will hear closing arguments tomorrow in the murder trial of Derek Shelvin, the former police officer charged in the death of George Floyd last year. Both sides will get one last chance to try and sway the jury in their favor, and jurors could begin deliberating immediately after that, this city here, as you can imagine, has been bracing for what's to come. National Guard members are on standby and schools here are going remote later this week in anticipation of any protests. Rina Roy in Minneapolis growing fears around the world for Alexei Navalny they Russian opposition leader poisoned with a nerve agent last year and now jailed in Russia. ABC Moscow correspondent Patrick Revel as more Alexey Navalny's team are warning that Vladimir Putin's fiercest critic could be days from death. Navalny is 19 days into a hunger strike in prison. Demand medical treatment, but his team say his condition is sharply deteriorating. His doctors warn his blood tests suggest he could suffer heart failure at any moment, and he should be moved to the ICU. Navalny's team say the risk to his life is now as serious as when he was poisoned with a nerve agent last year. I've called for an emergency protest across Russia next Wednesday, saying they fear the Kremlin is now prepared to let Navalny die. Patrick or evil ABC News at the Foreign desk. This is ABC News. Introducing the most highly anticipated and held device to date superior design with interactive smart display. Seven personalized Smart motors and AI technology. The world has never seen think you don't want to see this, And the most surprising part is we're talking about a toothbrush, the new or I'll be a Iot electric toothbrush. Get the Wow the professional clean field every day. Could say, or I'll be crushed like a pro. Gave Packer ABC News Every two minutes. A woman in the U..
Biden sanctions Russian officials over Putin critic's poisoning
"On an opposition leader has resulted in new sanctions from the United States. CBS is Norah O'Donnell, the Bite administration is slapping its first sanctions on Russia and seven officials linked to the poisoning and later the jailing of Vladimir Putin's arch rival Alexey Navalny. Family survived the nerve agent attack and is now being held in a notorious prison camp were harsh. Labor is common civil
Fresh update on "alexey navalny" discussed on Dr. Tom Roselle Live
"Pharmacy chains, doctor's offices and others. I am confident that every adult in Virginia who wants the vaccine can get their first shot. By the end of May. If you live in Fairfax County, starting today, you'll use back seen finder dot work to find an appointment instead of the county site. Israelis were getting more freedom back. Now that 53% of them are fully vaccinated. They're no longer required to wear masks in public. Kids in all grades are back in school buildings today, and in the one time epicenter of the pandemic, Italy the pope gave his traditional Sunday blessing to a few 100 people. It's ST Peter's Square today. After weeks of lockdown. Also, some covert restrictions will be gradually lifted there later this month, including outdoor dining bands. Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny may die in prison, His doctor says he's in really bad shape three weeks into a hunger strike, White House National Security advisor Jake Sullivan says they warned Russia this could be bad for them. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at ah variety of different costs that we would impose. So Lebanon, CNN state of the Union Democratic California Congresswoman Maxine Waters among the crowd protesting the police killing of Dante right in Brooklyn center Minnesota yesterday, right, was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop. Last week. The officer said she was reaching for her Taser but grabbed her gun by mistake. She's charged with second degree manslaughter. You guys films on.
"alexey navalny" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Not be the West and more reports of live rounds being fired at civilians in me and mark Southeast Asian countries calling on the country's generals to stop the shooting and to release civilian leader Aung Sung soo, chief Break off to our viewers on PBS in the United States and to all of you around the world Welcome. We begin tonight with an answer to the poisoning. Today, both the European Union and the United States and a coordinated move slapped new sanctions on Russian officials and companies connected with the poisoning and imprisonment. Of Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny Navalny is now serving a 2.5 year prison sentence. Washington says its intelligence found that Moscow was behind Navalny's poisoning with a nerve agent last August. This is the first time that the new U. S administration has sanctioned Russia. In response, Russia's Foreign Ministry says that the country is preparing its own set of punishments against the EU and The U. S. My first guest tonight is an authority on corruption in Vladimir Putin's Russia. Bill Browder is the head of the Global Magnitsky Justice campaign. He's also the author of the book Red Notice. A book about Russian Corruption. It's good to have you back on the show tonight. The U. S. Has imposed sanctions on high ranking Russian officials, including the head of the country's prison service of former prime minister and the Federal Security Service. What difference will this make? Well, I think it's a good first step. I'm very glad to see that Biden has veered away from the policies of Trump on gotten tough on Russia. But I should point out that this is a very short list. It's a list that doesn't include Putin's billionaire cronies. And those were the people. Those people who would affect Putin's actions going forward, and those of the people who will let's see Navalny had called to be sanctioned. Before he was arrested. And so I would say it's It's sort of a glass half full type of situation a lot more still needs to be done. Yeah, there's criticism with the bite administration in, for example, with Saudi Arabia and the Crown prince of being blamed for the killing of a journalist, Mr Sugi. The reaction from Washington has been sanctions, but not against the Crown prince. And in this case we have Sanctions, but not targeting Vladimir Putin. Do you see parallels here, Bill? Yeah. Well, it's unrealistic to sanction Vladimir Putin. Um but but it's very realistic, and it has even been done before during the Trump administration. Sanction Putin's billionaire cronies his cash years in 2018, the Trump Administration sanctions seven of the Russian of the biggest Russian oligarchs. That's what really touches Putin. That's what he should do right now. That's what Biden should do right now. And he hasn't and part of the reason he hasn't is because Biden wanted to do this in a multilateral way. Combining forces with the EU for the EU gets watered down by its own dysfunction of having to have unanimity and and so in essence, a country like hungry And hijack the whole world by being one of the 27 members of the evil that has to agree on things and then the you then the US copies that and so it's definitely not as good as it could be, by any stretch of the imagination. These sanctions they do target people who are close to Putin. Will these sanctions will be effective members of the Russian elite living abroad? I'm thinking, Of course, those who live in London where you are. Well, so these sanctions are against important high level and I would call high value targets in the Putin regime. But you should understand that none of these government officials keeps money in their own name. They all keep money in the name of their pals there, oligarch friends who hold 0 to 60. I'm Brian. Oh, such Flooded streets and fast moving water can bring any city to a standstill. 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U.S. sanctions 7 Russians for poisoning of Alexey Navalny
"Today, both the European Union and the United States and a coordinated move slapped new sanctions on Russian officials and companies connected with the poisoning and imprisonment. Of Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny Navalny is now serving a 2.5 year prison sentence. Washington says its intelligence found that Moscow was behind Navalny's poisoning with a nerve agent last August. This is the first time that the new U. S administration has sanctioned Russia. In response, Russia's Foreign Ministry says that the country is preparing its own set of punishments against the EU and The U.
"alexey navalny" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Sending of Alexey Navalny last August. The action targets high level officials that our Intel says had a hand in it. Seven senior members of the Russian government and expansion of sanctions under the Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare elimination Act. New export restrictions on items that could be used for biological agent and chemical production and visa restrictions. Missing were sanctions directly on Russian President Vladimir Putin Sake said that is to deter the action and try to keep a relationship moving forward. Lisa thanks, Colonel. Russia still denies poisoning Navalny at that same briefing the White House emphasizing We're still at war with covert, urging people again to stay village vigilant and get a vaccine when possible. Merck is going to help arrival, Johnson and Johnson produced its new shot to ramp up supply more quickly. Meantime, a new travel restriction because of Ebola's the CDC says U S visitors who have recently been into Central African countries the Dominican Republic of Congo or Guinea can only fly into six U. S airports. Ah crash between a gravel truck and SUV carrying 27. People kills at least 15 in Southern California on Central Regional Medical Center Emergency Room director Judy Cruz says they received seven patients. After an accident having a few miles from the US Mexico border. Three people were flown out from the accident site in Imperial County. Of the seven patients taken to their hospital, she says. One has since died. Two others were taken to a different hospital boxes. Jessica Rosenthal at this point that accident remains under investigation. America is listening to Fox.
"alexey navalny" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"About potential violence of the U. S. Capitol was disseminated to law enforcement, including the U. S. Capitol police that from FBI director Christopher Wray, who told a Senate panel the intelligence was raw and on verified. Our folks made the judgment. To get that information to the relevant people as quickly as possible. Like I said three different ways in order leave his little as possible to chance. Former Capitol police see Steven Son has testified never received the warning. Ray also told lawmakers due to the ongoing investigation. He cannot confirm or disclosed the cause of death of Officer Brian Sick, Nick, who responded to the riot, Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the U. S sanctioning Russia After the poisoning and jailing of Alexei Navalny. The U. S is targeting a number of Russian officials with sanctions for the poisoning and jailing of Russia's most prominent opposition figure, Alexei Navalny, who was apparently targeted with a nerve agent last year. These are President Biden's first sanctions against Russia, but they may not be his last. A senior official says. The U. S will take further steps shortly responding to what they call a number of destabilizing actions by Russia in London, Simon Oh in Fox News, the Star Wars universe, reportedly gaining another game of Thrones alarm. Another game of Thrones alum is joining the Star Wars universe deadline is reporting that Indira Varma is played it to join the upcoming over one cannot be theories on the streaming platform. Disney, plus no word yet regarding the role she will be playing. The prequel series will also feature you in McGregor's set to reprise his role as the jet I master Obi Wan Kenobi, with Hayden Christiansen returning as Anakin Skywalker, a k a Darth Vader. Varma is known for her work on Game of Thrones, along with the ABC theories for Life, Fellow Game of Thrones, actor Pedro Pascal Stars and the Disney Plus Series The Man DeLorean. Lauren Faulkner. Fox News on Wall Street this now or the Dow's Up 33 points the S and P. 500 down five. The NASDAQ Down 103 double drama, L traffic and weather. Next. Do you know a hero who's provided a helping hand to our community? During these.
Moscow court rejects Alexey Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence
"Leader Alexei Navalny will remain in jail after a Moscow court rejected his appeal against this prison sentence. He's also facing a fine in a separate case, the judge in that case Ordered Navalny to pay $11,500 for allegedly defaming a World war. Two veteran Navalny called the veteran and other Kremlin supporters quote Corrupt stooges and traders. He rejected the slander charges as a government effort to disparage him.
Russian Court Clears Way to Send Navalny to a Penal Colony
"It's been a bad day for President Putin's most prominent critic, Alexey Navalny. He's lost an appeal against the sentence of more than two years in a penal colony. And in a separate case, Mr Navalny's being found guilty of defaming a second World War veteran. Find more than
Moscow court rejects Alexey Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence
"Leader Alexei Navalny's appeal of his prison sentence has been rejected by a Moscow court. A separate judge also ordered Navalny to pay a fine for defaming a World war two veteran. Navalny was arrested in January after returning to the country. He spent five months in Germany recovering from being poisoned with a nerve agent. This is
Moscow Court Rejects Alexey Navalny's Appeal Against His Prison Sentence
"Court in Moscow has rejected Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence. It came as the country faced in order from a top European rights courts to free Navalny, who is President Vladimir Putin's most vocal critic. He was sentenced earlier this month to two years in prison for violating terms of his probation. While recuperating in Germany from a nerve agent poisoning that he blames on
Moscow court rejects Alexey Navalny's appeal against his prison sentence
"Sentence handed to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. But the court did shorten his sentence by six weeks. Today the judge took into account the time they've only spent under house arrest of all. He was in court today, appealing his sentence for violating the terms of his probation while he was recuperating in Germany from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. Secretary of State Anthony Blinking, criticizing China for not being
Pro-Navalny 'flashlight' protests light up Russian cities
"And Russia's imprisoned opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, urged supporters to use flashlights is a sign of unity. Boxes, Trey Yingst reports. We saw state media outlets running an interview with President Putin in the piece. He talks about how he believes the West is trying to contain his country. The Russian head of state was asked about the arrest of Alexey Navalny, who is still in jail after being taken into custody last month. Putin claimed international bodies who have demanded Navalny's release, are trying to isolate Russia as it succeeds in other areas. Thousands of protesters have been arrested parts of
Is something shifting in Russia?
"It is no small thing for a russian citizen to challenge russia's government prominent critics risk of exile imprisonment own murder. Everyone else takes their chances with the tender mercies of russia's riot police but the challenges keep coming in recent weeks in particular. Large protests have been inspired by the latest persecutions of opposition figurehead alexei navalny. He's attempted assassination via poisoned underwear. He's medical evacuation to germany his return to russia and removal to a penal colony. This week navalny has been back in the dock in moscow on arcane charges of insulting a war veteran as is usually the case in such circumstances the very absurdity of the accusation is part of the lesson being taught which is that the powers that be can come for anybody for any reason this weekend. More protests are nevertheless scheduled a significant number of russians appear to have reached a perilous point for any authoritarian regime that of being passed caring about the consequences of dissent. These are not the first protests against president vladimir putin. But are they different. Are we on the verge of something seismic shifting in russia. This is the foreign desk. We have reached a point of no return and they felt that taken to the street was the only way to express their unhappiness with how things are going not just with aleksey navales jailing but also with the kremlin's foreign policy and declining living standards and declining incomes because this is not a genuine democracy. That doesn't mean that anything will change. Imminently the security forces at present a loyal the risks in coming out against the regime are just so vastly greater than anything to be gained but we are talking about the slow shabby decline rather than i would suggest at the moment. Any kind of dramatic cracking. It's only bolts the struggle between modernization and archaic way of life and put is a symbol of this archaic understanding of the universe and as we see as a socialist demonstrates that new generations are supporting navan the or not simply in the violence but he's way of understanding of the world. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on joint. First of all by natalya vasilyeva moscow correspondent for the daily telegraph natalia. First of all. Let's talk about this weekend. As i understand at the weather forecast is very very very much not encouraging for large-scale public protests. So what actually is planned. Hi andrew thank you for having me. Yes we're in the middle of a massive snowstorm bought. It's supposed to be over by sunday lunchtime. Which is when the protests are planned. The main opposition protests. This weekend's will be a sunday. Flash mob as the organizers called it they're asking on russians to come out of the houses and to stand yards for something as little as ten minutes and flash the torch on their phones. There's also going to be a couple of smaller. I would think rallies on sunday afternoon including a solas chain by women who want to express their support for the wife of alexey navalny. But that's pretty much all we have at the moment but you know i should also say that the two weekends of protests were also held pretty adverse weather conditions. As is you know it was cold and snowy so. I shouldn't think that the weather should be in the way on sunday. And it's not hard to discern the strategic thinking behind these decentralized protests. You can't very well send out riot. Police against people standing in their own front yards all over a city. The size of moscow wilson petersburg or any other russian city in fact. So do we have any idea how the authorities are likely to react to a protest of this sort. Well it's interesting that you ask because we did hear statements from the police and even prosecutors warning people against showing up for something that does not constitute a public assembly let alone a illegal public assembly. Obviously i don't expect right police to show up at every person's front door but if we see any source of flash mobs around town any gatherings and on central locations i think that might be a police response but i definitely don't expect anything as big violent as we saw two weeks ago. What's been your sense over. The past few weeks of where people are finding against the reserves of courage to participate in any demonstration against the russian state. Because it's not a small undertaking. Everybody who makes any kind of protesting. Russia will be aware of the risk. They are taking. What is it about this moment. That has led so many people to be able to get past that fear. It's interesting because when i interviewed people at the two rallies. I went to at the end of january. A lot of people i met were first-time protesters who had never been at any sort of political rallies. Even at the time when take into to the street didn't entail any physical or legal risks. A lot of those people told me that they have reached a point of no return and felt that take into the street was the only way to express their unhappiness with how things are
Navalny in court again, accused of defaming a WWII veteran
"Vladimir Putin's chief critic, Alexey Navalny is back in court accused of slandering a World War two veteran who appeared in a pro Putin video. Listen about me, as you say, has dismissed the charges altogether. He says He didn't know this veteran. He wasn't insulting him personally, and he's accused that the relatives off the war veteran Was using him like a puppet. He's constantly talking about feeling sorry for the veterans, saying he's clearly being used as a tool t Get at Alexander finally. Out. This extra case against him could see him facing a fine or perhaps community service. But it's still he claims is about blackening his name a tarnished again a zoo kind of Russian who will go after war heroes and Patriots CBC correspondent Sara Rainsford reporting from Moscow. Russia
Biden halts U.S. support for offensive military operations in Yemen
"President Joe Biden today said the days of the U. S rolling over to Russian President Vladimir Putin are gone as he called for the immediate release of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. His first visit to the State Department is president by issued his strongest condemnation of Putin as large protests of broken out throughout Russia following the jailing of Navalny. Thousands of protesters have been arrested. The new American president was also seeking to make clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin, following the presidency of Donald Trump, who avoided direct confrontation often thought to downplay The Russian leader's actions binds comments on Russia came as he asserted abroad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's ordered to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany. Ending support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen and promising to support laid against being less lesbian and gay rights is the cornerstone of democracy. Amelia Vega reports. President Joe Biden declared. American diplomacy is back and announced major changes in foreign diplomacy. America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy during his first visit to the State Department as president Biden offered his strongest condemnation of Russian President Vladimir Putin for the crackdown on thousands of protesters throughout Russia following the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The political the motivated jailing from Alexey Navalny. The Russian efforts to suppress freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are matter of deep concern to US and the international community. Mr Navalny, like all Russian citizens is entitled to his rights under the Russian Constitution. He's been targeted. Targeted for exposing corruption. He should be released immediately and without condition. Fighting made clear to the world that he's making a dramatic turn away from Putin following the presidency of Republican Donald Trump, who often sought to downplay the Russian leader's actions against the U. S. I made it clear to President Putin and a manner very different from my predecessor. But the days of the United States rolling over The face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyber attacks Poison its citizens are over. Right, and also issued a broad reset of American foreign policy, including reversing Trump's order to withdraw U. S troops stationed in Germany, promising to support LGBT Q rights as a cornerstone of diplomacy and pledging to end support for Saudi Arabia as military offensive in Yemen, which has been called the world's worst humanitarian disaster. Saudi led air campaign against Yemen's Houthi rebels has killed thousands of Yemeni civilians. Survivors display fragments showing the bombs to be American made We're ending all American support for offensive operations in the war in Yemen, including relevant arms sales. Fighting also announced plans to increase the cap on the number of refugees allowed into the United States to more than eight times the level at which the Trump administration left it. I'm approving an executive order. Began the hard work of restoring our refugee admissions program, help meet the unprecedented global need. Going to take time to rebuild. What has been so badly damaged. But that's precisely what we're going to do. This executive order position us to be able to raise the refugee admissions back up to 125,000 persons. For the first full fiscal year, the Biden Harris administration. Fighting's plans surpasses the ceiling set by President Barack Obama before he left office by 15,000.
Biden calls for Navalny's immediate release
"President President Joe Biden Joe Biden today said today said the days the days of the U. of S the rolling U. S rolling over over to Russian to Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin are gone are gone as he called as he for called the immediate for the immediate release release of Russian of Russian opposition opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. His first His first visit visit to the State to the State Department Department is president is president by by issued issued his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of of Putin Putin as large as large protests protests of broken of broken out throughout out throughout Russia Russia following following the jailing the jailing of Navalny. of Navalny. Thousands Thousands of protesters of protesters have been have arrested. been arrested. The new American The new American president president was also was seeking also seeking to make clear to make to clear the world to the world that he's making that he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn away from Putin, from Putin, following following the presidency the presidency of of Donald Donald Trump, Trump, who avoided who avoided direct direct confrontation confrontation often often thought to thought to downplay downplay The The Russian Russian leader's leader's actions actions binds binds comments comments on Russia on came Russia came as he asserted as he asserted abroad abroad reset reset of American of American foreign foreign policy, policy, including including reversing reversing Trump's Trump's ordered ordered to withdraw to withdraw U. S U. troops S troops stationed stationed in Germany. in Germany. Ending support Ending support for Saudi for Saudi Arabia Arabia as as military military offensive offensive in Yemen in Yemen and promising and promising to support to support laid laid against against being being less less lesbian lesbian and gay rights and gay rights is the cornerstone is the cornerstone of democracy. of democracy. Amelia Amelia Vega Vega reports. reports. President President Joe Biden Joe Biden declared. declared. American American diplomacy diplomacy is back is back and announced and announced major major changes changes in foreign in foreign diplomacy. diplomacy. America America is back. is back. America America is back. is back. Diplomacy Diplomacy is back is back at the center at the center of our foreign of our foreign policy policy during his during first his visit first visit to the State to the Department State Department as president as president Biden Biden offered offered his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of Russian of Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin for the for crackdown the crackdown on thousands on thousands of protesters of protesters throughout Russia throughout Russia following following the jailing the jailing of opposition of opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. The political The political the motivated the motivated jailing jailing from Alexey from Alexey Navalny. Navalny. The Russian The Russian efforts to efforts suppress to suppress freedom freedom of expression of expression and peaceful and peaceful assembly assembly are are matter matter of deep of deep concern concern to US to and US and the international the international community. community. Mr Navalny, Mr Navalny, like all like Russian all Russian citizens citizens is entitled is entitled to his rights to his rights under the under Russian the Russian Constitution. Constitution. He's been targeted. He's been targeted. Targeted Targeted for exposing for exposing corruption. corruption. He should be released He should be released immediately immediately and without and condition. without condition. Fighting made Fighting clear made to clear the world to the world that he's that making he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn from away Putin from Putin following following the presidency the presidency of Republican of Republican Donald Trump, Donald Trump, who often who often sought to sought downplay to downplay the Russian the Russian leader's leader's actions actions against against the U. S. the U. S. I made it I clear made it to clear President to President Putin Putin and a manner and very a manner different very different from my predecessor. from my predecessor. But the days But the days of the United of the States United States rolling rolling over over The face The of face Russia's of Russia's aggressive aggressive actions actions interfering interfering with our elections. with our elections. Cyber Cyber attacks attacks Poison Poison its citizens its citizens are over. are over.
Biden: 'Burmese military should relinquish power they have seized'
"Policy and national security at the State Department, Fox's GURNAL Scott reports President Biden talked tough to demonstrate America's re engagement. He says the Burmese military should give up power in the midst of unrest, and the U. S will step up efforts to end the war in Yemen. The strongest comments were to Russia and not just on freeing government critic Alexey Navalny. The days of the United States rolling over The face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyber attacks Poisoning its citizens are over. The president did announce an extension of the strategic arms treaty with Russia, saying the U. S will engage its adversaries when necessary. In all. Scott Fox News President Trump
"alexey navalny" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Some have criticized the administration for striking this deal with Russia just as that country is cracking down on dissent and Putting Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny in prison. State Department spokesperson Ned Price pushback on that idea yesterday. As we engage Russia and ways that advanced American interests. I just said, we can also remain clear eyed about the challenges that Russia poses, even as we work with Russia to advance US interests. So too will we hold Russia to account for it's reckless and it's adversarial behavior. Jim, Broadly speaking, what have you seen so far in the early days from the Biden administration in its relationship with Russia? Well again. I think they're trying to do too difficult things at the same time, which is you have no choice but to do it, But Russia's great power it's not going on and what anywhere you know it as six or 7000 nuclear weapons, So you got to deal with reality as it presents itself and nuclear weapons are going to solve. You know the Russian human rights problem, which I think is a problem. So on things where Russia is bad on cyber attacks on Syria on human rights, we need to go after them and pressure them and try to constrain their behavior. But it's in our interest and their interest not to let that competition spill over and affect the decisions we make on nuclear weapons or old both be losers in the end, so I think almost any president is confronted with this when they're dealing with Russia or China compete and cooperate where the opportunities present themselves. Here now. Security analyst Jim Walsh. Thanks so much. Thanks, Peter. Well with a serious of executive orders that address everything from climate change to immigration to covert 19 president Biden has quickly begun to push his agenda forward. But progressive Democrats in the Senate say unless the filibuster is done away with the president's more ambitious legislative goals will stall. Of you Be Wars. Anthony Brooks has our story about new energy to kill an old Senate tradition. Once upon a time, that filibuster was part of a uniquely American idea of standing up for principle. Even if you're outnumbered. That theme was at the heart of Frank Capra's 1939 movie. Mr Smith goes to Washington. Jimmy Stewart plays a young, idealistic senator who tries to block passage of a corrupt appropriations bill with a talking filibuster, refusing to yield the Senate floor. Yes, man, even powerful enough to control congressmen and I saw three of them in his room that day. I went up to see him in the Senate for you, Sir. I will love you. Mr. Smith doesn't yield and holds the floor until he collapses with exhaustion, But his efforts exposed the corruption and block the bill. Well, that's Hollywood. And yet, Adam, gentle, Sin says it is an accurate depiction of how the filibuster was deployed in those days. Gentle Seuin is a progressive strategist who worked for Democratic Senator Harry Reid. He's the author of Kill Switch, The Rise of the Modern Senate and the crippling of American Democracy, Gentle Sin says Over time, the filibuster is changed from a procedure that gave a senator a chance to persuade One that allows the minority to block legislation supported by the majority. That's because in the Senate now it takes 60 votes rather than a simple majority to stop debate and move a bill to an upper down vote. You know, we've come to accept the 60 vote threshold, a sort of a normalized part of the Senate. This is a recent thing. The big change came during the push for civil rights when Southern senators used the filibuster. Block civil rights legislation. And that was the major contribution of the Jim Crow era by these southern white supremacist senators to finally use the filibuster toe actually stop bills altogether by raising the threshold for passage from a simple majority to a super majority..
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is sentenced in Moscow to 3½ years in jail
"The last several weeks we've been talking about Alexei of all need russia and anti corruption activist. Opposition leader general thornton flattery. Putin side last august navalny was poisoned. He was nearly killed by putin's goons. He had to germany for treatment but decided to come back to moscow A few weeks ago where he was immediately arrested there were big protests over the weekend know today a russian court sentenced need to an additional two and a half years in prison for what was essentially a parole violation You know that this verdict is a joke because you know some of these alleged parole violations happened when vanni was recovering. Germany from being poisoned Near the end of the trial in the ball and denounce putin and said he will go down in history as vladimir the poisoner underpants the The recent east. That is the poison us against vol. Knee was reportedly put on his underwear. That's how they apply to him so as we were preparing to record hundreds of of riot. Police have filled up red square and other places in central moscow. Tony blinken. the secretary of state has called for nevada's immediate. and unconditional. release ben. This seems like a a big change in terms of how putin is dealing with navan. The this trial was like big and it was public Previously russian authorities hadn't punished to develop nearly a severely. He'd gotten house arrest. He'd gotten sure sentences but you know the thinking then seemed to be they didn't wanna martyr him Now he may be locked up for several years. I'm sure that biden's national security team is like debating all of this as we speak. What do you think. The range of options are here to respond. And like what are you. What do you recommend they do. Well you know. I think the sense Again is a human tragedy nevada other. He knew he knew the risks is taking and he may have wanted to force the issue And he's proven the massive support he has and i think this will only increase the support You know because people see that the unfairness and corruption of of this of this ruling. I think for biden again. It's related to what we said that he can't there's no action he can take right now. That's going to force russia to release alexi of only what he can do is shine. A spotlight never stopped talking about alexey navalny every single time that anything comes up with russia election of all these case should be front and center. The world's attention needs to stay on his case every single day that he's in prison. I think more importantly because people can talk about sanctions. But we've mentioned this on the show. Before what has alexei navalny really honed. In on that has resonated the russian public it is vladimir putin's corruption that video showed of this billion dollar palace that putin clearly felt like he got caught because he's been denying it and now they they tried some saying. Oh no it's my hotel when it's pretty obviously bodmer putin's billion dollar house that he goes to hang out and and i think what joe biden can do. In the biden administration is continued. The work that alexi only was doing an revealing vladimir putin's corruption in spotlighting that corruption in high leading for people. Just how much money this is worth. And where his money is and how his money flows through the financial
Alexey Navalny handed new jail term as he denounces 'Putin the poisoner'
"Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been ordered to prison for more than 2.5 years on charges he violated terms of his probation while recuperating in Germany from nerve agent poisoning. Moscow court him posing that order. Navalny, the most prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, at earlier denounced the proceedings as a vain attempt by the Kremlin to scare millions of Russians into submission, The president said in stems from a 2014 embezzlement conviction that he has rejected his fabricated the Valley was arrested last month after returning from his five month recovery in Germany from that poisoning, which he has blamed on the
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny sentenced to prison over alleged probation violation
"The devil. BBC newsroom A Moscow court has ordered Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny a to prison to prison for more than 2.5 years, the charge that he violated the terms of his probation wall in Germany. Navalny was recovering there after being poisoned by a nerve agent. Again. The opposition leader in Russia, sentenced to 2.5 years in jail will keep you
"alexey navalny" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And if you win, you'll get a phone call from a neighbor from the that you do not recognize. You have to answer it. We do it 20 minutes after the hour every day here on K If I between 5:20 A.m. and 6 20 PM Brian suits is with this, Brian. The entire story. I mean, it's a big issue with Navalny, who was poisoned the anti Putin I guess he's the hero of the anti Putin movement was poisoned by Putin, even though they deny it survived, went back to Russia. And he was immediately arrested at the airport. And he was in court. I think yesterday and he is not backing down. I mean, he is screaming at the top of his lungs, uh, arguing for demonstrations and it's working. So tell us what's going on there. The inside scoop. Is there really a threat to Putin here? On. By the way, I just tweeted out the live link. You know, he's still in court. He's on camera right now. So the you know hot, hot, sexy dissidents want to know you how Russian dissidents want to know you. I just tweeted that link out and I tagged at Bill Handel show. But if you want to watch a guy's getting railroaded, there's a live camera right now. He's in court. Right now. Hundreds of people have been arrested outside the courthouse. The quick and dirty on this is Alexey Navalny is a Russian nationalist. He's not a great guy, but he is the only viable guy that Putin hasn't killed yet tried twice, who is actually rallying people from Vladivostok to western Russia around him. And and, yes, he was poisoned by a nerve agent. That on Lee Russia possesses s So it wasn't some mysterious, you know, Grassy knoll when? When Nova Chuck. Eyes in your lungs. It's a message and the message is we made this We don't like you. Why don't you have this and he survived it because those damn Germans saved his life on Dhere knew his only path was to go back and face the music because Bill he violated parole. He's on parole for a 2014 air fingers, embezzlement their fingers. And and so this is the legal process that the Russians are trying him because they're going to give him there are very healthy slap on the wrist and Putin, I think Is a little shocked. By the nationwide protests, and by the way anybody can loot Melrose on June 1st. You know, Steve Gregory will be down there and ask you questions and you'll get free stuff. It's It's 85 degrees rush. It's in February. 2nd. You know this defeated Napoleon and Russians are out there protesting and Putin is Frankly, pretty shocked by this on By the way, this guy's beyond the point of killing. He already tried. That didn't work. If he dies now, it'll you know who knows. You know, this is the Pandora's box within Pandora's box. They already opened it. By bringing him back on D Guy insisted on coming back. He's a pretty brave, you know? Yes, dude is 20 game with this. This is a viable a viable threat to Putin's authorities is anytime. Assume he's going to get some jail time just to remove him from the scene and obviously not as big a martyr as if he were killed. But is that what you think Putin's going to do? Put him away for a bit or a while or a couple years? Yeah, I think he's gonna put him away just for good measure He have We nailed the brother the other day. His younger brother was put up on some, You know, Kangaroo court charges crossing, you know, jaywalking whatever. But yeah, he's going to put him away and he's going to silence him. He's not gonna be able to post things on that the insta or the Twitter or anything. He's gonna hope that the guy goes away. And who knows He might have a unfortunate accident when he's in prison because Putin knows that the world gives this many efs. And I'm holding up a single finger about democracy in Russia and Putin. Plus he has a veto in the Security Council. And that goes for Burma to, um s. Oh, uh, but but know this he is the first legit. Threat to Putin's authority and legitimacy because for the first time, you know Russians for 20 years have said, Well, what you gonna do? You know where Russia you know, we we respect the strongman. Plus, he wrote that bare bare bare chested that one time so he's okay there for the first time. They're kind of pissed off about the kleptocracy that's going on, either There is credible. Reports of Putin's literally the richest man on earth, and I went down by hard work. Yeah, alright, We're done, Brian. We're out of time and go on forever. But we gotta move to another story at dark secret places his social And dark secret place Saturdays. 8 11 PM here Sundays 8 to 10 P.m. super hyper local Sunday. Brian, You have a good one. We'll talk again next week. Coming up. There's POTUS. There's Kotis, and now there's Dakotas. What is that First dogs? And there's a whole story. They're a bunch of history. I want to share with you. This is fun stuff. Nice way to end the, uh, the show. 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"alexey navalny" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The inside story of how alexei navalny uncovered putin's one point. Three billion dollar palace by madeleine roche. Two days after alexei navalny head of russia's anti corruption foundation f. b. k. Was arrested on his return to moscow from berlin. He released a video. Expose that shocked. Russians and people around the world in the video putin's palace history of the world's largest bribe only alleged that an opulent property near glen gic. A town in the southern russian region of krasnodar was constructed. For russian president vladimir putin with illicit funds of one point three five billion dollars provided by members of his inner circle and that putin is the real owner of the palace the palaces features apparently include a port of vineyard a church casino an underground hockey rink and toilet brushes costing eight hundred fifty dollars a piece. It is a separate state within russia and in this state. There is a single irreplaceable czar. Putin nova only said in the video allegedly covering an area of seventeen thousand six hundred ninety one square meters. It is the largest private residential building in russia putin denied the claims. Nothing listed there as ever belonged to me or my close relative. C- said tuesday within twenty four hours of its release to youtube. The video reached twenty million views and within a week. Ninety three million making it. The activists most popular investigation after navalny's arrest pushed thousands of people to protest in more than one hundred cities across russia on saturday. Demonstrators waved toilet brushes in the air police detained three thousand seven hundred eleven people over the weekend according to moscow based ngo lovie d info sparking international condemnation time looked into how the investigation unfolded. How did the investigation originate the idea to look into the allegic. Property came to navalny a few days after he woke up from a coma in berlin early september. Maria pave chick head of the investigations department at of b. k. Tells time over the phone from her home in london on monday. Have chick and f. b. k. investigator georgi albatov their research. A few weeks later welna volney dugout leads as he was recovering in intensive care and wrote the videos script. I can't say we started from scratch. Says piff chick. She and budanov have been uncovering dozens of corruption scandals with f. b. k. For over a decade they knew where to look so many stories of somehow overlapped in terms of how putin manages his corruption she says putin insider turned whistle blower sarah gay kolesnikov so laid some of the foundations for the investigation. Kalishnikov said he was responsible for building the property from two thousand five originally conceived as a small house it started morphing into a huge palace. Kalashnikov tells navalny in the video kalashnikov lead from russia after publishing in two thousand ten. An open letter calling. On then president dmitry medvedev to end putin's corruption wherein he divulged how the palace came to be the debilitating corruption and greed plague millions of russians. He wrote in the decade since there have been no large-scale leaks about the residents but in the past few years f. b. k. had received snippets of leaked information about the palace such as photos and floor plan. Have chick says the documents came from a few of the thousand workers. Involved in constructing extensions to the palace. Despite the fact that their phones were banned on site. I think those who were building. The palace passed the threshold for being able to contain the information. She says how did navan. These team filmed the palace this was one of the most challenging task specific says the team decided to travel to golan gic to capture a video of the heavily guarded residence using a drone three. Fb k. staff members alb- bureau of visas live gennady and vladan. Las took a train night from the capital before..
"alexey navalny" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the impeachment of Donald Trump. It will be a full trial. Will be a fair trial, Majority leader Chuck Schumer announced the trial will begin the second week of February. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has blamed Mr Trump for the assault, was pushing for such a delay. We need a full and fair process. Where the former president can mount a defense. In the Senate can properly consider the factual legal And constitutional questions to convict the former president. At least 17 Republicans would need decide with Democrats here in New England. Don't expect Trump merch to be going away anytime soon. A business owner in Eastern who was running 22 stores that sell Maga merchandise is paring down his operation, but still keeping some of his stores. Open WBZ is Kim Tunnicliffe reports. Donald Trump is probably the most well known person in the world. My case, Lambert believes the former president is a brand unto himself. Lambert has decided to keep about 10 of his 22, New England for Trump Stores open Despite the fact Mr Trump lost the election number one. I had plenty of merchandise people that wanted to work that work for me full time you around. I was able to negotiate and get the rent set of the right price to make it work so people that are out there that want merchant I asked Lambert what His advice is for Trump supporters who may be down and out after the stinging loss. He'll definitely be back. Keep the faith Kim Tonic left. WBZ Boston's news radio Hundreds of arrests in Russia police detaining protesters who turned out in support of jailed Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny love. Only the leader of Russia's opposition called on his supporters to protest. After he was arrested immediately on arrival to Moscow last weekend. It's the first time he entered the country since August. Navalny had been recovering in a Berlin hospital after he was poisoned with a military grade nerve agent. Congressman Bill Keating, defending himself against what he calls a baseless story by the far right news website. Bright Bart WBC's Tim Dunn has more in an article published Friday. Bright Bart accuse Keating of reporting the Capitol Police at a National Guardsman was seen in a Dunkin Donuts without a mask on resulting in a large group of guards, then being forced to stay in the Senate's parking garage. Eating tweeted a picture of a press release from the National Guard in which major general Gary Keefe said the story quote couldn't be farther from the truth, saying Keating had nothing to do with the relocation of the guardsmen. The congressman explained that he had been in the coffee shop with a large number of people, some of whom we're not wearing masks, heating says. He commented to no particular person that the situation had the ingredients of a super spreader event and then Suggested everyone should keep their masks on, he says. A member of the National Guard shows to loudly refuse, the congressman said. Based on the rising U. S death toll due to Cove it he would do it all over again. Tim done WBZ Boston's news radio. With new concern over new, more contagious strains of covert 19. Some health officials are asking people to double up on health measures literally, where two masks CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas weighs in wearing two masks gives you multiple ply. We have to do whatever we can to stop the spread of the virus, and we're still not living by that mask mandate. Unfortunately, it's 2 20 year old said..
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"Did fix it. So parlor was removed. But Cook says parlor has only been suspended. If they get their moderation tea together, they would be back on their Michael Crozier KO Phi News. What? What what Russia has arrested Vladimir Putin's top political rival, Opposition leader Alexey Navalny, was detained at an airport in Moscow yesterday. His supporters have been protesting outside his jail. He was arrested after flying back from Berlin, where he was treated for a poisoning last summer. The Kremlin denies any role in his poisoning. Israel has reached a deal with visor to secure more vaccine doses in exchange for sharing medical data. Supporters of the Plan say the information shared about Israeli citizens will provide valuable research. The plan will also let Israel become the first country to vaccinate most of its population. Critics of the plans say it raises privacy concerns. The plan also doesn't include vaccinations for Palestinians in the West Bank or Gaza. China says its economy grew in 2020, even in spite of covert 19. It's the only country to report economic growth in the year of the pandemic. China's economy shrank in the first quarter of 2020 is shops and factories had to shut down. But China reopening things by March, when the virus was just starting to impact other parts of the world like the U. S. The National Weather Service has issued a high surf advisory for the coast of Inter, Alofs Angeles and San Diego counties. Waves could get as high as 10 to 12 ft through tomorrow night. From your Southern California Total dealers Traffic center. We make it easy. We have slowing on the five and downy on the north on sign as you come away from the six so fine. It'll be busy for you. Get in the commerce areas. Makeweight reports Lawson and loosens up for the north on in that used to fill it toward the 7 10 connected to something slow you down a pound to 50 on her cell phone. The keyword is camp I traffic. Passed on the details of whatever, maybe still slowing down your morning, Dr. Westbound side of the 91 Seeing a bit of a rough ride for years. You get to the Anaheim Hills area coming away from Imperial Highway to the 55 even seeing some pattern always eastbound along the 91. Cambridge yourself back toward the 55 k. If I am this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Nick Polio. Kenny, Take a look at that windy forecast. We have coming in tonight. Coming up Next termites in Southern California here year round. They'll happily eat your house, and they don't stop when they infest your home called Pacific Coast Termite for a free inspection before the termites start doing their damage Now, certain restrictions apply, But the vast majority of people.
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"Opposition leader Alexey Navalny has demanded Russia return the clothes he was wearing on the day he fell into a coma in Siberia in a blog post the family says the nerve agent was found in on his body I think the clothes taken off him when he was hospitalized after collapsing on a Russian flight a very important material evidence he Dimond's they become fully packed in a plastic bag and returned to him in a statement the valley has blasted Russian authorities for not launching a criminal probe into what happened to him I'm Charles collect as much
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"Evacuated as have more than 150. Offshore oil and gas rigs and platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. Debbie Elliot, NPR NEWS Orange BEACH, Alabama. Much of the Pacific Northwest is blanketed in dense smoke from wildfires. Brian Bull of member station KLCC reports The air quality is breaking records for its toxicity, and for how long it's persisted. See you. Jane Springfield area has been shrouded in a brownish orange haze for a week. People are advised to stay inside and seal up their homes and to wear an N 95 face mask if they absolutely have to go out. Travis can use. Another Lane County Regional Air Protection Agency says the area six day average Air quality Index of 457 is unrivaled. Never seen a requalify this poor lane County before on. This is not the time to be doing any sort of outdoor activities. Kanoute's UM says an incoming storm from the Pacific Ocean will begin to alleviate the poor air. Marceau once it moves inland Thursday, and our quality advisory is in effect until at least them. For NPR News. I'm Brian Bowl in Eugene, Oregon. President Trump is denying the West record fire season is connected to climate change. On a visit to fire ravaged California yesterday, the president told officials it'll start getting cooler. Trump hosts a signing ceremony today for two agreements between Israel and to Gulf Arab countries to normalize relations. They've long had informal ties. There's evidence that Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny is able to sit up and breathe on his own. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports. The New York Times is saying Navalny knows he was poisoned and wants to return to Russia. A report based on an unnamed German security officials. States that Navalny is fully aware of his condition where he is and what has happened to him, have only opposed to do his instagram account of picture himself sitting up in his Berlin hospital bed. I've only remains heavily guarded by police, and he reportedly says he is not planning on staying in Germany. Instead, he says he wants to go back home to continue investigating corruption among Russia's elite. This is NPR. Add 604. I'm Cherry Glaser. With Casey ar W news Firefighters are preparing to defend Mount Wilson Observatory as the Bobcat wildfire threatens the famous science hub at the top of the San Gabriel Mountains. U. S Forest Service says it's placed engines near the observatory to protect it. The blaze has burned more than 38,000 acres and forced evacuations in parts of Arcadia and Sierra Madre Containment was downgraded. 23% last night. The bobcat fires also, while the major factors behind Southern California's poor air quality right now Rebecca Guzman, who lives in the same Gabriel Valley, told K B seven that day after day of unhealthful air quality, is taking a toll on her family. Forced in inside right now. I mean, we have Ah, for us. We have Central Lacey. We have that going and then at least in my room, I have air the air filtration going. So that's working out for us. But then coming outside, it's just for me. It's like the double Mass. Because same I get itchy and that just allergies honestly at this point, the South Coast Air Quality Management District has extended its smoke advisory through this afternoon for parts of L, a Orange, San Bernadino and Riverside counties. A reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who shot to L. A county sheriff's deputies as they sat in a patrol car in Compton has risen to $200,000, the county put up 100,000 and yesterday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority added 25,000 to that amount. Private donations make up the rest. Sheriff Alex Villanueva told Katie TV that in spite of serious injuries, the deputies are expected to survive there recovering their stable condition and thankfully They have a good prognosis, and it's just gonna be a matter of time and a lot of therapy and recovery for them. The deputies have been described as a 31 year old mother and a 24 year old man. Both were sworn in barely a year ago and worked with the department's Transit Services Bureau. Meanwhile, L. A county officials say they're investigating why and how Sheriff's deputies arrested a radio journalist Saturday night. KPCC reporter Josie Wong was filming the arrest of a protester in Lynwood after the shooting of those two deputies. That's when several officers tackled, Wong stepped on her phone and handcuffed her, even though she clearly identified herself as a journalist supervisor, Mark Ridley Thomas, who represents the area, says the incident is disturbing. The First Amendment has to be honored even in the moment of crises. An independent investigation is the proper way to proceed. We choose not to prejudge, but we choose to act with immediately. So that the public has a full sense that the democratic sensibilities that we all share or not being off, bridged sheriff E and Wave A says Wang got too close to deputies who were in the middle of a tense situation. The reporter should not be right. Within arm's length of the depth is trying to effect an arrest. That is way too dangerous and she had no business being there. What bad she had around neck turns out to be your work. I wasn't impressed Fast. The Sheriff's department has also alleged that long, obstructed justice, but video evidence contradicts that claim. Support for NPR comes from twill eo, a customer engagement platform used by millions of developers to reinvent how businesses communicate with their users. Learn Maura Twill leo dot com It's six or seven. 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"The German hospital says poisoning signs have been found in Russian dissident Alexey Navalny who remains in a critical but stable condition in the burn in hospital the German hospital treating the bounty says first tests have indicated he was poisoned but that the specific substance is not yet known the hospital says the patient is in an intensive care unit and is still in an induced coma his health is serious because currently no acute danger to his life the family supporters believe the T. he drunk was laced with poison and that the Kremlin is behind both his illness and the delay in transferring him to Germany Russian doctors have said however that other tests have showed no traces of poison in his system I'm Charles de Ledesma
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"Shields clashed with police last night, local media say windows were shattered. A fast food restaurant was broken into and an American flag was set on fire. They also say police were targeted with fireworks. Ah handful of arrests were made. The man responsible for a massacre at a pair of mosques in New Zealand is about to learn his fate. His sentencing starts tomorrow. Australian Brenton Tarrant has admitted shooting dead 51 worshippers in a terrorist rampage of two mosques in Christ Church, New Zealand last year. The suspected white supremacist is expected to represent himself at his sentencing hearing begins, he'll be allowed to address the court on statements are expected from dozens of survivors. Fox's Simon Oh, in Tarrant could be jailed for this. Of his life. One of the fiercest critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin is being treated at a German hospital after a suspected poisoning. Alexey Navalny was airlifted to Berlin from the hospital in Siberia yesterday. Russian officials say no traces of poison were found in his system. Navalny's supporters believe he drank tea that was tainted. It's been months in the making engines will roar at the Indianapolis 500 later today. Marco Andretti was shocked to come away with the pole last weekend for the Indianapolis 500, the first time a member of one of racing's most famous families took the top spot since 1987. I was screaming my helmet like I was so happy, and then I came in and I like blown my voice out, So I'm trying to do interviews and ready, Scott Dixon and Takuma Sato the front row for days run at the Brickyard, while drivers will look for the chance to kiss the bricks and drink the milk with a win today. They'll do so with no Spectators looking on because of covert 19 restrictions. Green flag waves in the 104th running of the Indy 502 30 P. M. Eastern time. Matt.
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"And stop traffic for some time on interstate fifteen Lisa raided the offices of Alexey Navalny the Russian anti corruption campaigner and president Vladimir Putin's most vocal domestic critic is NPR's Lucia and Kim reports from Moscow of all the staff say police confiscated computers lights and other equipments mass police in black uniforms and helmets sought open the door of Alexina bombs offices of all the staff videos on social media for they were forced to line up with their faces against the wall earlier this week one of Nevada's top aides reflection of a dean of was abducted from his Moscow apartment and forcibly drafted into the Russian army on a remote arctic island now Bonnie this team are being targeted after a summer of protest against president Putin it only says the rate will not stop him from publishing anti corruption investigations hours later not only was back on his YouTube channel railing against Putin's regime listen can NPR news Moscow Turkey's highest court has ruled in favor of wikipedia the courts as a two year government ban on the on line encyclopedia constitutes a violation of the freedom of expression Turkey blocked wikipedia in two thousand seventeen after accusing it of being part of a smear campaign against the country the organization had refused to remove content that said Turkey supported terrorist organizations China sailed one of its two aircraft carriers to the Taiwan Strait today NPR's Emily Fang reports that this sign of naval aggression comes weeks before major Taiwan presidential and parliamentary elections Taiwan's defense ministry said China's first domestically built carrier of the standalone sailed through the narrow waterway separating China from Taiwan an island Republic that Beijing considers part of China the jungle was only officially commission to China's navy nine days ago when I seen as a major asset to China's military should it one day invade the island of Taiwan the gentleman last sail through the Taiwan Strait in November China regularly send ships and fighter jets to circle Taiwan the US also sends naval patrols through the Taiwan Strait as a show of defiance to China the sandals trip through the Taiwan Strait Thursday comes right before Thailand's elections on January eleventh in which a become a major referendum and how Taiwan should counter China family saying and pure news Beijing news of a surgeon online holiday shopping gave a boost to Amazon and other retailers in Wall Street trading today the nasdaq climbed above nine thousand points for the first time finishing the day up nearly eight tenths of a percent this is NPR memorial services were held across Thailand and Indonesia today on the fifteenth anniversary of a tsunami that killed hundreds of thousands of people thousands of people in Indonesia knelt in prayer nearly one hundred seventy thousand people there were killed or went missing when the wall of water hit on December twenty six two thousand for the tsunami was triggered by a magnitude nine point one earthquake off the island of Sumatra for years there's been little anyone could do when confronted with bad drivers and poor Parker's but now a new smartphone app launching next month in the district of Columbia lets users report violations like these directly to the city and peers Matthew Schwartz has more users of the our streets will be able to snap a picture of cars parked where they shouldn't be like and bike lanes crosswalks are bus lanes and notify the city in real time the apple also let users report dangerous driving behavior like speeding aggressive driving and distracted drivers the idea is to let the DC department of transportation no where and when cars are violating traffic rules and then use that data to more effectively enforce the laws leading to safer streets app developers say they hope to expand the program to let users report scooters blocking sidewalks and eventually they hope to expand to other cities Matthew Schwartz NPR news Washington employees who claim American Airlines short of them on overtime pay cannot sue the company as a class that ruling came this week from a federal appeals court.
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"We tonight new questions about this video the police go too far oh my god that's a sevenyearold boy in handcuffs police taking them into custody at school devasated this is completely insane it happened on thursday in miami when this first greater hit one of his school teachers at the core away center the young man's mother was in the principal's office with their son when police took him away and put the cuffs on this video shot on our phone the incident in response are raising lots of questions police took the boy for a nonvoluntary psychiatric evaluation legal in florida abc's do you have any paperwork anything you can say to me recently a similar incident involving an artistic 10yearold was caught on camera in a statement local police say the action on a student rarely happens but was warranted to prevent his a radic and violent behavior for bringing further harm to others dorm self i know the mic it's made a mistake but if parents say police brought a line despite one previous outburst describing their son is an excellent student who's won awards at school some reports say that bullying may have been behind the child's outburst he's been given a standard 10day suspension and his parents haven't ruled out a lawsuit tom zachary quiche russ tonight zachary thank you we turn overseas that to russia an outrage over the arrest of president vladimir putin's biggest political rival opposition leader alexi nevada me taken into custody during a protest in moscow today the volley barred from running for president calling for a boycott of the election in march as putin six a fourth term are camera showing how putin's forces crackdown on protestors abc's dan harris with the news coming at this hour.
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"Top shattered pepitas over the i was sitting in the office right after the explosion it come up in the same statement president trump saying all countries should take decisive action against the taliban authorities storming the office of a russian opposition leader in moscow spokesperson for a lexi navali says the cops are looking to shut down a td studio there and questioning everybody inside it comes at a day when hundreds of on these supporters protested nationwide in russia over what they call a rigged presidential election the republican national committee is now without their finance chairman who is accused of sexual misconduct steve wynn head of wind resorts casino is being accused by dozens of current and former female employees of misconduct boxes will cars more on winds resignation statement he said in part the war career during to make america a better poised to and important to be impaired by this distraction i thank the president for the opportunity to serve and wish him continued success when denies the allegations first reported by the wall street journal in one case a former manicures claims that she was forced to have sex with lynn who them paid or off with more than seven million dollars to settle the case and everybody else out there accused of misconduct sexual misconduct latest is scott bail the former starved charlotte charles in charge accused of molesting his costar nicole eggert when she was a minor between the ages of fourteen and seventeen issuing a statement bales says it is one hundred percent lies fox news farah bounced wildfires burned millions of acres across the country.
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"Bbc news ruth neil newness the russian opposition leader alexei novell need has given a call for a boycott of mixeduse presidential election after he was barred from standing against video putin wisden of omni said an election without him would lack legitimacy russia's electoral commission said afford a conviction against mr novelli made him ineligible russian investigators are examining why of bus left the road in moscow before ploughing into a subway entrance leaving four people dead the driver told investigators he had been trying to apply the brakes but they didn't work he's been arrested canada has announced that it's going to stop venezuela's ambassador to ottawa from returning to the country and is expanding its xiaozhu defer the canadian foreign minister said the move was in retaliation for the expulsion of its own zhaojie the fair from caracas suspected militiamen in the democratic republic of congo have burnt down a home of president joseph kabila photos on social media appear to show the building engulfed in flames mr could be that was not at the property the tropical storm that was threatening southern vietnam has weakened and is expected to dissipate within the next forty eight hours earlier on monday hundreds of thousands of people were told to be prepared to evacuate their homes we forecasters warning that up to twenty centimetres of rain could fool apple is facing post the legal action in israel after he admitted deliberately slowing the performance of older iphones disgruntled customers argue that the company breached its duty to them by failing to disclose that installing updates could slow iphones the actress who played the mischievous jaw louise of entropy in the sound of music has died at.