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Rape is wrong but death penalty, castration, not the answer: UN rights chief
"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has called on governments worldwide to redouble their efforts to prevent rape and other forms of sexual violence. She also appealed for a right spaced approach to prosecution after highlighting a new law in northwest Nigeria, which allows surgical castration for male rapists and the death penalty where the victim is under fourteen tempting as it may be to impose draconian punishments on those who carry out such monstrous acts we. Must not allow ourselves to commit further violations she said in a statement, the development follows numerous rapes reported around the world in recent weeks including in Algeria, Bangladesh India, Morocco Nigeria Pakistan, and Tunisia people have rightly been outraged and are demanding justice for the victims and measures to prevent such assaults from happening. Again, Miss Bachelorette noted in an appeal for greater assistance for victims prompt criminal investigations and prosecutions. I share the outrage and standing solidarity with the survivors and with those demanding justice but I'm concerned. Are also calls and some places loss already being adopted, bringing cruel and inhuman punishments and the death penalty for perpetrators they main argument being made for the death penalty is for it to deter rape. But in fact, there's no evidence that the death penalty deters crime more than other forms of punishment the death penalty or other measures such as surgical sterilization of perpetrators will not resolve the barriers victims of sexual violence face in accessing justice misbash let said
Fauci details lesser-publicized side effects of COVID-19
"Experts testified today before a Senate committee Dr Anthony found, she notes some Kobe 19 patients are exhibiting post recovery health issues. A number of individuals who viral logically have recovered. From infection, in fact, have persistence measured in weeks, the months of symptom Atala Ji that does not appear to be due to persistent of the virus. They referred to As long haulers. They have fatigue, my Algeria fever and involvement of the neurological system as well as cognitive abnormalities, such as the inability to concentrate. The doctor also said there is
Algeria buries fighters whose skulls were in Paris museum
"In a French museum. The schools of 20 for Algerians who fought French colonial forces were formally repaint repatriated to Algeria on Friday. With tears in his eyes. The Algerian president led the elaborate ceremony welcoming them home. The return of the skulls was the result of years of negotiations between Algerian and French officials and comes amid a growing global reckoning with the legacy of colonialism. The remains will be on public display Saturday and then we'll be buried today, which is the 50th anniversary of Algeria's independence from France.
EU to list which citizens can enter; US likely to miss out
"The European Union we have consist borders but not to U. S. Taurus you borders will reopen for travelers from fourteen countries but most Americans will have to wait at least another two weeks to disorient coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe each year with some ten million Europeans heading across the Atlantic some of the nation's getting the go ahead all Algeria Australia Canada Japan Montenegro Morocco and New Zealand countries considered for the safe list are also expected to lift any bonds they might have in place on European travelers I'm Charles the last month
EU to list which citizens can enter; US likely to miss out
"The European Union we have consist borders but not to U. S. Taurus you borders will reopen for travelers from fourteen countries but most Americans will have to wait at least another two weeks to disorient coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe each year with some ten million Europeans heading across the Atlantic some of the nation's getting the go ahead all Algeria Australia Canada Japan Montenegro Morocco and New Zealand countries considered for the safe list are also expected to lift any bonds they might have in place on European travelers I'm Charles the last month
Summer Stargazing Special
"Time once again for to be has to go on hiatus. You've got a couple of months on your own to explore the night sky, but before we say goodbye. We'd like to make a few suggestions. And I think it's important that we are going to have a totally northern hemisphere. Perspective here. Sorry. We're sorry, but we. We live in the northern summer. Is the Warburg time in our minds? July August that's when the heat arrives for the folks in Australia These Zealand. South Africa South America, we understand that these recommendations will not be quite as relevant, but we'll try to make the change what things you can enjoy as well. Nights with your longer nights. Yeah, many of the objects you see the same fix, but it's just it's colder. It's not it's not. It's not as fun to go outside and hang out. What can people see this summer? I think the most important thing to go out and try, and do is just observe our milky. Way Find Yourself a Hammock Alon Chair someway to dislike back and relax. Use Your binoculars borrow someone else's binoculars if you don't have any. And just explore that band of light that goes through. Is the summer triangle, which is AL, Tair Vega and the NAB. Really will help you find well. One of the cooler regions. Angle. Well we have the Ring Nebula not too far away from Vega. cygnus is home of Algeria which is one of the coolest double stars in the sky with one extremely red. Star in one extremely blue star that become visible with. Maser. Just just explore as starting point make no plans sub to figure out where the Milky Way is and just scandal lawn along looking for faint fuzzies, and and this is. For, you I'm not sure how good of a Milky Way view. You have there. I have a very good view to the sky, but I still it's worth heading out of town. To get away from the light pollution to get to those truly dark skies, and I know for a lot of people you look at the dark sky maps for the folks on the East Coast and it's it's a nightmare. You you will have to go, but but this is the kind of event that that if you have not experienced the milky, way with your own eyes or If you have not. And, you're looking for something to do this summer, it's a perfect. Like socially distanced activity, because you can take your family hop in the car plan and evening where you drive out. Maybe you're going to take a couple of hours, but anywhere on the east coast. You can get to dark skies within a couple of hours even from the core of New York City. If you're able to to drive this, some forest that are. A couple of hours away where you can see the Milky Way, no problem and just go. Plan a night of it. Leave a little late. Let people sleep in the car. While you drive out there and so you can arrive at like. In the evening. And Get a beautiful view of of the night sky, or set up early and then everyone pass out, and then have an alarm clock go off at like one of the morning and get everybody up to be able to see it. But. You should do this and it's. There's no reason not to camping is somewhat safe. Yeah, yeah, outside away from other people. Yeah, it's it's the restrooms you have to worry about, but campgrounds are open, and some of the primitive campgrounds are about as safe as you can get. Away from everything, except for the raccoons always hang your garbage up freight. Or lead in the car. But. Yeah I think that is great, and so what are the? What are the ways that people can get the most out of the Milky Way? Honestly the best thing that you can do is start out where you know where you are on the sky. This is where using the summer triangle in the extremely bright star Vega as a starting point can be a great way to get yourself oriented. Find that Bright Vega. Use It to figure out where the NAB is Cygnus the swan use it defined tear for Aquilla once. You're oriented. Stick your Benach in the middle and scan, and every time you find something, faint and Fuzzy. Pause and then either use your phone or finding chart to figure out what amazing Nebula it is. You found this time. This is the cool thing about just. Streaming through. With your binoculars is, you're just GONNA. Keep finding nebulous star cluster nebulous star cluster one after another. Is Is global or star cluster season, so you can see a in Hercules. There's a couple a bunch all scattered around, and because we're seeing them above and below the disk of the milky, way into warmer, able to start seeing the core of the Milky Way. These are all starting to rise up in the sky as well so again, so Milky Way and again. If you have not seen that, knock that off your list. This is your chance this summer time and Sagittarius and the heart of our galaxy is up in the evening for part of the summer, so it's perfectly timed for the family. And and this gives you a chance to say. I am looking at a supermassive black hole right now. You can't see it. It's black hole, but you're looking in the correct direction, and so that's just one of those. Moments of finding your place in the universe of I'm standing here on this planet, looking at the heart of my galaxy, and in that direction there's a supermassive black hole. When I was in Australia in. July so I guess it was around that time, and it was their winter, but it was still very warm, because I was fairly far north. You could see the core of the Milky Way just passing directly overhead, absolutely stunning, and then because where I was, the skies were so dark. You could see those Nebula? Does these little faint? Reddish patches in the sky when you looked with Benach healers, and when you took a picture with your with your camera, you got to see.
Summer Stargazing Special
"Time once again for to be has to go on hiatus. You've got a couple of months on your own to explore the night sky, but before we say goodbye. We'd like to make a few suggestions. And I think it's important that we are going to have a totally northern hemisphere. Perspective here. Sorry. We're sorry, but we. We live in the northern summer. Is the Warburg time in our minds? July August that's when the heat arrives for the folks in Australia These Zealand. South Africa South America, we understand that these recommendations will not be quite as relevant, but we'll try to make the change what things you can enjoy as well. Nights with your longer nights. Yeah, many of the objects you see the same fix, but it's just it's colder. It's not it's not. It's not as fun to go outside and hang out. What can people see this summer? I think the most important thing to go out and try, and do is just observe our milky. Way Find Yourself a Hammock Alon Chair someway to dislike back and relax. Use Your binoculars borrow someone else's binoculars if you don't have any. And just explore that band of light that goes through. Is the summer triangle, which is AL, Tair Vega and the NAB. Really will help you find well. One of the cooler regions. Angle. Well we have the Ring Nebula not too far away from Vega. cygnus is home of Algeria which is one of the coolest double stars in the sky with one extremely red. Star in one extremely blue star that become visible with. Maser. Just just explore as starting point make no plans sub to figure out where the Milky Way is and just scandal lawn along looking for faint fuzzies,
Coronavirus shuts down major cities across the world
"Where we are seeing a situation in which the world continues essentially to shot down a few days ago. The talk was all about how travel restrictions were coming in to to put into play. We're now seeing countries shutting down themselves in Bavaria Germany's second-largest state will be on lockdown. From Saturday people only allowed to go out to shop to work to visit the doctor. Other countries are doing similar things. The death toll in Europe continues to rise. Dramatically Italy has recorded more than six hundred new fatalities. That brings their total. Ought to over four thousand dead Spain. Another two hundred ten dead. And in another corona virus slighted country Iran. Another one hundred forty nine recorded cases so we are seeing the dreaded high spikes in a lot of countries even as the country which saw the the source of this. China believes that for the time being. It's in the clear now. It's interesting as you look around the world. You'd just see this playing out in so many different ways I was looking at the Middle East Just a few minutes ago Syria not a single confirmed case. Hard to believe that that could really be the case but we're hearing reports of suspected patients being held in the departure lounge at Damascus airport with not without enough blankets from Iraq. We're hearing about a curfew with bands and visits to Holy Shrines Qatar. An interesting case now easing the exit permit. Regulations to allow migrant workers hundreds of thousands of whom right there presumably to go home and in Libya the people want to do walls carry on while while corona virus afflicts the entire planet will in Libya the spokesman for General Half Tars Libyan National Army saying that the their forces might consider suspending their offensive against the capital Tripoli. So as you look around the world you see this affecting every walk of life. The the beaches in Brazil being closed the cafes and restaurants in Algeria are being closed. Everything is shutting
Coronavirus: Latest Updates
"It is not a matter of if but when that is the warning from the centers for disease control and prevention about the coming spread of corona virus in the United States later today president trump along with CDC officials will have a press conference to talk about the corona virus last night San Francisco declared a state of emergency even though there are currently no confirmed cases among city residents meanwhile Iran Italy and South Korea are scrambling to contain outbreaks an American soldier stationed in South Korea is the first U. S. service member to test positive and the virus has arrived in Africa Algeria is reporting the first confirmed case on the continent Dr Margaret Harris is a physician with the World Health Organization she's part of the WHO's coronavirus response team and joins us on the line from Geneva Switzerland on Skype out here thank you for taking a few minutes for us this morning a good morning David it's a pleasure well so as you are studying the spread of coronavirus in different parts of the world and and trying to understand how it's spreading or are there particular places that you're focusing on we focus on the entire world obviously we watch where it's going and we are all working very very intensively with countries about forty countries we've identified as having particularly fragile health systems say there is a country that really need a lot of supplies a lot of help with that health workers and their infection prevention control practices to be really really ready what are some of the key supplies key equipment that makes the country better prepared for for this virus compared to other countries well one thing that's key is to have the test server initially in Africa there was only one place that could actually test now we've really upped the numbers and testing can be done all over the continent and that's really important because you want to know as quickly as possible whether you've got in your population the other thing of course is protective equipment now this is quite a challenge because private individuals have been buying up stuff this which is not really necessary ET is needed to protect health workers but as individuals the main protection you should be looking at is excellent hygiene an excellent hand hygiene particularly
What Was the First Cat in Space?
"In the nineteen fifties and sixties scientists around. The world launched a veritable menagerie of creatures into space. The idea was to gauge. The effects of spaceflight on living creatures in the hopes that humans could follow. The Soviet Union sent a stray dog from Moscow named Leica into space and subsequently the Pooch was honored as a national hero and Ham. The chimpanzee was famously buried at the International Space Hall of fame in New Mexico following his contributions to the US space program and then there was France which sent the first and so far only kept into space. She was in nobly forgotten until just a few years ago. So who was this hero? Cat Villi set was one of fourteen cats summoned to the French space program each cat electrodes implanted into their brain and all were subjected to many of the same activities included in human astronaut training. A French scientists decided to use cats as they already had a lot of neurological data on them at the conclusion of training. Philly set a petite. Tuxedo got the green light in part because she had such a calm demeanor and possibly because other cats got to Chubby during training though phillies that herself was a little bit of a Lo Fi chunk on October. Eighteenth of nineteen sixty three phillies set. Who was officially known as C? Three forty one was strapped into a Veronica rocket and blasted from Algeria. To nearly one hundred miles or one hundred and sixty kilometers above the earth she experienced about five minutes of weightlessness followed by the terror of turbulent spinning descent by Parachute. Just fifteen minutes later. The flight was complete helicopter. Crew dashed to the landing site through. Open the cabin and found really set alive and well two months later scientists rewarded her heroism with Ethan Asia. They wanted to examine her body to observe the effects of spaceflight. Then feel that was all but forgotten. France was the third nation to establish a civilian space agency and likely set is often regarded as an afterthought in the feverish space race between the US and the Soviet Union so much an afterthought that in the nineteen nineties when three former French colonies celebrated her story by issuing stamps with the cats likeness. They mistakenly turned her into a him by using the wrong name. Felix but thanks to a clever kickstarter campaign. The stories finally been set straight Londoner Matt Guy Stumbled upon the tale of really set and was shocked that she wasn't already properly recognized for her accomplishments. Guy wrote on kickstarter in two thousand seventeen. She deserves a proper memorial. His online. Please netted around fifty seven thousand dollars enough to fund a five foot tall bronze statue. That's about one and a half meters. On December eighteenth of twenty nineteen. The statue was finally unveiled at the International Space University in Strasbourg France. Philly sets bronze like this purchase. A top small globe of the Earth. Her Keen Kitty is fixed upward and outward or she wants sort higher than any cat in world history.
WHO prepares vulnerable countries for potential coronavirus pandemic
"Well it is not a matter of if but when that is the warning from the centers for disease control and prevention about the coming spread of corona virus here in the United States last night San Francisco declared a state of emergency even though there are currently no confirmed cases among city residents meanwhile Iran Italy and South Korea are scrambling to contain outbreaks an American soldier stationed in South Korea is the first U. S. service member to test positive and the virus has arrived in Africa Algeria is reporting the first confirmed case on the continent Dr Margaret Harris is a physician with the World Health Organization she's part of the WHO's coronavirus response team and joins us on the line from Geneva Switzerland on Skype got her thank you for taking a few minutes for us this morning a good morning David it's a pleasure well so as you are studying the spread of coronavirus in different parts of the world and and trying to understand how it's spreading or are there particular places that you're focusing on we focus on the entire world obviously we watch where it's going and we are all working very very intensively with countries about forty countries we've identified as having particularly fragile health systems say those are countries that really need a lot of supplies a lot to help with their health workers and their infection prevention control practices to be really really ready what what are some of the key supplies key equipment that that makes the country better prepared for for this virus compared to other countries well one thing that's key is to have the test server initially in Africa there was only one place that could actually test now we've really up the numbers and testing can to be done all over the continent and that's really important because you want to know as quickly as possible with the you've got in your population the other thing of course is protective equipment now this is quite a challenge because private individuals have been buying up stuff this which is not really necessary ET is needed to protect health workers but as individuals the main protection you should be looking at is excellent hygiene and excellent hand hygiene particularly so during the sars outbreak in the early two thousands there was concerned here in the United States about the public health system about a shortage of hospital ventilators and some other treatment equipment for for our listeners here in the United States I mean can they be confident that shortfall has been addressed or could that be something that that that we see again and in this response that's certainly something that I am showing your health authorities are looking at right now so because I. message to every every health system in the world is be ready and that means exactly that what capacity do you have to ventilate people this particular virus goes down into the lungs very quickly now as we know now that eighty percent of people have a month of course that means they want need better ventilation but you have the other ten to twenty percent of people who need significant medical care and all of those another five percent sadly get very very ill and two percent die but that death rate could be a lot higher somewhere where the level of care that has been available in China China's act you got an extraordinarily strong health system that level of kids with available in China in another country it might be a very different story I want to ask about what feels to me like some mixed messages that we've been getting your organizations of the W. H. O. says that this is not yet a pandemic but then we have the CDC telling people here that it's going to impact daily life in the United States in a I mean can you tell tell people in the U. S. how worried should we be here so you you should be ready as so the term pendant make is it the end this argument is really a taxonomic argument for us a pandemic means it's in every every part of the globe and the sustained community transit transmission now we are seeing cases popping up in different countries around the world but many countries have actually stopped it from becoming an out break and that's the crucial thing be ready and but really engage your community people who knows that they've traveled if they become unwell should identify themselves as potentially having the illness and self isolate and ask for help Sir many countries now have a hotline have a means of for people to ring up and say I think this might be a problem with me so they can be tested but not to go out into the community and it's working in a lot of countries so that's what we're not saying pandemic yet but once indeed if it becomes widespread community spread in in a number of countries we are looking at what would be called a pandemic Dr Margaret Harris is with the W. H. O. she is part of the coronavirus response team also a spokesperson for the World Health Organization thanks so much
Ex-PM elected Algeria's new president, to protesters' dismay
"Tens of thousands of people marched in the capital Algiers. They were chanting ranting the same things. They've been chanting every Friday for the past ten months except this time they added the name of their new president dodgy. Tabun is someone the protesters Z.. As a remnant of the old regime Monash Company is we do not accept him. One protester said today they did not let us chooses. President President ahead of Thursday's election in Algeria protesters had called for a boycott. They saw the vote as a ploy by the military to end months of demonstrations and restore the old political order all of the candidates including the winner. Tabun worked for the former president. Demonstrators are calling for new elections with different candidates and and as they've been demanding for ten months now an end to corruption
"algeria" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Hinge genocide came to a close me and Mars army is accused of persecuting. The Muslim Ozlem minority. The International Court of Justice now has to decide whether to step in to prevent further crimes against the Roe. Hunga there's another country that plays a key role in this trial l.. The Gambia the small West African country took the lead ensuing mar over its treatment of the Rhondda. The Gambia's Justice Minister Boubacar. Tomba do join when me from The Hague today to explain why he thinks and Maher's actions constitute genocide. I mean to start with the United Nations independent fact-finding missions report what clearly indicates that the genocidal intent in the activities of demand authorities against your hinder Decem. Same conclusion was reached by the special to re United Nations. To me and Ma. I again the special adviser under provincial of genocide to the secretary you know the the United Nations also similar conclusion. Now living all of those conclusive reports site. I have visited the refugee tweet. Come at Cox's Bazar Myself on interacted with many of the refugees. Who recounted their stories to me now? I have had previous experience into convince alive in victims of genocide in particularly in nineteen ninety four Rwandan genocide. I have spent almost almost a decade and a half as a prosecutor International Taibbi for wonder and when I heard the stories been recounted by witnesses I know Tuesday Tuesday where striking similarities not only in the fact that He's a process of historical dehumanization. That has accord in and me and my against your hanger. But also the fact that Myanmar authorities had engaged in a systematic and Organiz Operations Swedish talented winger targeted women. Terrible Honda's sexual. Violence crimes have been documented targeted children. in in some instances been burnt a life in their homes or places of worship Men Been Arrested on armed defenseless men. Being arrested wasted rounded up and executed. I mean these are all indications that demand maturities want indeed to destroy doing doing ethnic group in Myanmar. And these are the reasons why we believe that. There is compelling evidence to conclude a genocide hot taking place and is ongoing in Cox's Bazar. Of course is that very large refugee camp Bangaladeshi that a lot of Hindus have fled to what what took you to Cox's Bazar in the first place. What piqued your interest in the whole situation? A Memoir I was in New York on another official mission for the government of Gambia with the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Detained Buck in mid eighteen. Anada last minute. The foreign affairs minister had to cancel His attendance and I D V Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting in Bangladesh. Dhaka and so he requested that I attend on his behalf. I it was when we were in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Foreign Ministry organized and so we all went to Cox's Bazar and that is how I managed to find myself that that I have to say that nothing had prepared me for what I was going to be on here Do you comes. Says he said you saw parallels between the accounts that you heard from Asia in Cox's Bazar What they experience in Myanmar and the tragedy of nineteen ninety? Four in Rwanda. How would you compare the international community's community's response to me and my versus Rwanda well? I saw striking similarities in many different ways. But what is most most disheartening is that the international community failed to under in nineteen ninety four when we did not intervene to stop the genocide of almost chameleon people and then twenty five years after the tragedy. Here we are again not doing anything to stop another ongoing genocide underside in Myanmar. I think the treatment of the winger in Myanmar illustrates the failure of the international community due intervene. And Stop the genocide. So back in your country Mr Tumba do the Gambia. There's also been a reckoning pass abuses. There is a truth and reconciliation in reparations nations commission in the gamma that's investigating human rights abuses. That happened under the twenty year rule of President yet Jami does it undermine the Gambia's credibility ability and international human rights. Or does it prepare you to deal with it well. Our experiences in the Gambia is what has actually informed the position of the government of the Gambia to speak out against the oppression of autos wherever it of course on the wall. We believe that that had spoken out against the abuses the terrible crimes and human rights violations that were occurring into Gambia. You in the twenty two year period. The former president Jimmy. We have would not have been under his regime for twenty two years the fact that no one no one helped us. no-one put pressure on President Jaime to stop his atrocities. That has led us to go through a very difficult to decade period Hewitt. We don't want others to feel our pain or are fit. We know how it feels like to be unable to tell your story to the wall to be unable able to share your pin with others in the hope that they will help. We know what it feels like to be helpless. We have lived through it for over two decades and we don't want artists to suffer the same fit. What do you think it tells us that? A small country like the Gambia can have an important voice and can take the lead in addressing serious human rights violations. Well why not Gambia. International Law is not the exclusive preserve of the rich and powerful countries international law. pleats is also in states. Equally and the Gambia as a responsible member of the international community has its own obligations under the Genocide Convention unbased unbased stepping up and taking on me and my in this case the Gambia is demonstrating quite clearly that you have to have military power or economic power to stand for justice to Stan for what is right. We're doing this in of humanity. We are doing this because we want to recognize as human beans for their rights to recognize India on country of Myanmar Boubacar. Tomba do as Gambia's Minister of Justice and their attorney general. He's been speaking with us from The Hague Egg. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you thank you my pleasure me and Mars leader. UNSUNG SUCCI has had a controversial role in the story of the row hanger are reporting on how her international reputation turned upside down. Is.
OPEC and its allies consider Oil production cuts
"And let's head to the commodity space for the week ahead now for that we bring in Bloomberg's Jessica summers Bob OPEC and its allies will meet in Vienna to decide whether to extend support I cut into next year these producers pump about half of the world's oil and had agreed earlier this year to cut production by one point two million barrels a day to keep markets balanced Bloomberg's Europe oil market in OPEC reporter grant Smith and joins me from London to discuss what we can expect from the key meeting great to have you join grant hi Jessica okay grant so what we all want to know here is it likely that OPEC and its allies make deeper oil output cuts or will producers decide to continue with their current agreement and just stick to the production targets already in place and either way how long would a potential extension to the agreement even last so about a month ago cool is signaling it was getting ready to cut deeper he had to top officials in the group saying things like that they would do whatever it takes to keep market supported next year all options are on the table and everybody felt because there is so much crude around in such a surplus expect for the first twenty twenty that they would in fact cut production for the battle seems to have changed in the past few weeks and we five issue and delicate saying that there is no plan in motion right now for costs that it would simply be too hard send that they're also a little bit more hopeful look the market is going to be better than the the it's a next year to look at this point that will get an extension of the current Cup does at the moment run out in March several delegate to said that they would all be willing to push them to at least the middle of next year but you have to some others who say that maybe they could go on for even longer perhaps into the third quarter of twenty twenty or the end of next year just so they can be sure that they've done all that they need to do to keep markets in balance thanks yeah interesting so in terms of the current agreement how has complaints been and what to expect from the key producers like Saudi Arabia and Russia moving forward if the group does extend the cuts overall compliance is very strong the promise of you said to cut by one point two million barrels a day in actual fact it's been about fifty percent more than that but it's also being quite mixed but extra compliance largely come about because of the review of the group's biggest producer has caught about twice as much as it promised to do with others in the group it's been a little bit more mixed you have for example countries like a rock in Nigeria which I've done almost none of the testing that they promised with Russia the biggest non OPEC member in the coalition they've done may be about eighty percent of what they promised but there seem to be finding different excuses to not fully meet their commitments for example they were saying recently that they have some new production that that shouldn't be categorised within the the overall agreement so I see Saudi Arabia leading the group there in terms of cuts and what about the political turmoil that's essentially head OPEC producing nations like a rock Arron Libya Algeria and Venezuela what our analysts expecting to see next year in terms of potential unexpected supply shortages and does this mean that effectively we will see OPEC limit their output even further situation from these countries has been getting a lot worse as we had to be meeting shot in particular on the rock thing to see now search in political unrest all the countries you mentioned they have history all flop production problems and analysts have said that we could see losses for further losses in some this next year and that's kind of what happened throughout the OPEC agreement since stopped at that they may have come to the promised but a lot of the hi this is being taken care of by laws that are being the only control that haven't been plans and certainly countries like Venezuela which is producing the least in decades or say a wrong which is in both very badly by US sanctions have the potential to to see for the law next year which could end up being poor health market grant thanks very much for joining me this is one of the topics were watching in commodities for the week ahead in New York I'm Jessica
A new age of helium
"Helium is still used rockets today but helium uses. Don't stop there. Mattie in fact we're in a new age of helium. It's because of another remarkable property. It can be cooled down to very low temperatures. It becomes liquid at four point two Kelvin which is real real cold old. Yeah to put it in perspective. I spoke to a chemist named Sophia Hayes sometimes My astrophysics colleagues. Tell me the temperature of outer space is three Kelvin. So it's just one degree different from the temperature of outer space. Oh my goodness. That's particularly useful for Sofia because her lab at Washington University in Saint Louis Uses fairy special type of material called a superconductor and basically these materials. Where when they get cold enough? Electricity Christie can flow through them with no resistance at all and that creates very very very large magnetic fields and so that superconducting state is only reached at low low temperatures like that provided by liquid helium so she uses liquid helium in magnets and she uses these magnets for something called nuclear magnetic resonance she uses it to study materials. But it's basically the same technology is something you may have heard of magnetic resonance imaging like we're talking emory's that we use on people exactly and Mres are actually a part of the reason that helium missing such short supply now because MRI machines all over the world L. D. use helium and they use liquid helium. which is much denser than the stuff in these balloons so you know they need a lot of it but there are only really three places aces in the world that produce most of the world's helium Algeria Qatar and the U S? So say there's a crisis in the Gulf. Every researcher in in these associations will sometimes be watching those news stories and think oh there's going to be a cutback in our supply. I mean I know I know a lot of scientists that are worried that worked with lasers and that kind of stuff are worried about helium and general. That's right and it's really an issue of volatility because the prices can go up and down so much that Sophia actually had to shut down some of her magnets. Those are very high capital costs pieces of equipment and for want of a chemical to sustain it. The liquid helium. We're taking those off line. Making smaller. The number of experiments at one can do or maybe even shrinking the size of the research groups at the problem is GonNa grow for the scientific community. Maybe you've heard about this new. Google go quantum computer that supposedly his beaten out classical computers at certain calculations. Well it uses helium to cool the chip. Okay so Komo is quantum computers scientific research. Is this kind of coming to ahead like. Are we running out of helium. Jeff you know when I spoke to Sophia Hayes as is worried about that It turns out there other natural gas fields and other parts of the world that do produce helium and they're not being hardest right now some of them are a planning to step up production so that should help in the short term but eventually we are probably going to run out because once it gets out you know into the atmospheric spirit's flown off into space. It's not coming
Explainer 188: What is different about Lebanons protests?
"It's pretty easy to you now reports of Civil Disturbance and General Brouhaha in Lebanon there are two reasons for this one is more or less the crowds which have poured into the streets and squares of Beirut and other Lebanese off Hezbollah and neighboring Syria following a long occupation of Lebanon by collapsing into a civil war of its own opted system to being a country where the system is corruption stuffed does not in general work Lebanon's government such as it is the other more current reason for overlooking the ongoing upheaval in Lebanon is the equally picturesque turbulence presently or recently occurring in a number of bullish some unpopular state institutions including the Ministry of Information set up an anti-corruption individual later and maybe try taxing the people who actually have the cities have been estimated in the hundreds of thousands which country of barely six million is proportionately a colossal expression of discontent is has attempted to address some of the complaints on Monday Prime Minister Saad Hariri offered to have the salaries of politicians every illiterate troglodyte seeking post comments on Youtube whilst deterred by a charge of twenty dollars ago in Lebanon however this relatively trivial but even measured against Lebanon's unhappy past and the world's unhappy present these Lebanese protests seem cigars malts are pretty common the patronage prone setup of Lebanon's government designed to prevent a recurrence of the civil war which devastated the country efficient given the role played by social media in catalyzing and organizing molten rebellions there seems something opposite about what appears to be proved the crucial slender straw wafting atop the colossal burden toted by the hitherto stoic camel of Lebanon's collective patients I'm and similar portal's there is arguably a conversation to be had around such a levy the general discourse would be improved greatly if orderly marches against Brexit in London this past weekend and declined that protesters who have seized streets around the planet any money so far this outreach has not persuaded anyone much to go home so far as the protesters can be said to have a single coherent design the datelines Hong Kong to Cairo boss alone and the pilots Santiago to say nothing of the immense throwing Ov- relatively another episode in Lebanon's rich pageant of uproar akin to the two thousand fifteen protests against the chronic non collection of garbage area it is that Lebanon's government resign encouragingly for the protestors and their sympathisers but worryingly for Lebanon's on clinging government there is little sign as yet of those on the streets splitting along the sectarian fault lines which usually bedevil Lebanese politics the next few days will being the coals of Lebanon's current protests the government had proposed daily charge of roughly twenty percents on voice coils made via what's up facetime instructive if the protesters present determination is worn down by fatalism resignation or the weather these demonstrations may be recalled as just as for what Lebanon's rebels now rebelling against it's not so much case would've you got as Wade you start Lebanon's economy is become but if today's protesters hold their nerve and the streets at some point they're going to have to propose some towards the recent history of large-scale protests does suggest the potentially helpful examples of Sudan and Algeria in nine the place has it been an easy but in both places some progress is being made the real advantage that Lebanon's protesters have is that given the long running misrule of the donal this is that Lebanon Wiley charming country in many respects is chronically dysfunctional with the result the demonstrations and even more violent country. It shouldn't be too hard to come up with some better ideas for monocle twenty four I'm
Witches & Saints: Kahina
"Expansion in north west Africa during the seventh century she's legendary for supposed- which he powers that she used to defend her homeland from invasion let's travel back to the deserts of North Africa to meet the one and only Cahuna it's unclear title meaning Prophet Seer or which most of what we know about CAHUNA comes from Arab historians who after her death and wrote about the Muslim conquest of Africa many of those historians Sake Heena as Jewish sorceress who descended from Ethiopian choose some say she was Christian and drew her power from a religious relic still others say that she practiced the Amazon faith an indigenous African religion in which followers worshiped the sun Hino's father or uncle was famous freedom fighter and leader himself some stories say that when she was young she married a man who had oppressed her people and murdered him on at our wedding night out of revenge obviously we can't know for sure but Katrina has been described as tall long hair she wore in dreadlocks as an adult Kahin became queen of a sovereign state in the aures mountains in what's now Algeria since around the year five thirty four that region of Africa has been part of the eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire it remained under the empire's domain until the seventh century that point following the founding of Islam as a religion Arab armies began a spree of conquests across the region a Hino's most famous series of conflict Makina used her supernatural abilities to fight the invaders this claim was likely made because the defeats Katrina inflicted upon this powerful Muslim army seem nearly impossible and thus must have been related to some sort of magic or sorcery she was set to see the future and to communicate with birds give her advanced warning of invaders Katrina beat those forces multiple times likely reinforcing tales of her magical abilities then the always get muddled some accounts say that after beating Hassan if an all new on back Kina burned anything that her enemies could have found useful and her territory stories in other words she used scorched earth tactics to ensure they wouldn't come back as you can imagine her allies weren't particularly pleased out that so when the Arab armies returned many flipped sides and Kahin a smaller army was defeated some accounts tell a different story justice that the Arab armies burned lands either way Tahina died she was either killed in battle took poison to avoid capture or was captured and executed Katina's true life story is a bit of a mystery that lack of clarity when it comes to her actual by graphical details has allowed cahuna serve as a heroic symbol for a variety of movements including anti-colonialism and North African nationals
News in Brief 15 October 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations amid ongoing fighting in northern Syria and disturbing reports that extrajudicial killings have been streamed online the United Nations on their partners are continuing to deliver humanitarian supplies to tens of thousands of people displaced by the violence UN agencies stressed on Tuesday settlements where they live the HR statement also highlighted deeply wearing discriminatry public declarations against Haitians as well as xenophobic messages in the media since Turkish forces began their offensive last Wednesday at least at one hundred sixty thousand civilians have been displaced with hospitals and schools and other public infrastructure and finally Tunisia where for the first time more than one hundred sixty migrants flew home on Tuesday after leaving Algeria with the help of the UN Migration Agency enforce immigration checks in places affected by the natural disaster it also cited reports of people leaving temporary shelters because they fear being arrested and of others going into hiding with continuing reports of air strikes and ground attacks he said that the UN would stay to deliver until it becomes absolutely impossible to do so using the city of commissioner half thousand Nigerian migrants go home from Libya after the migrants have returned to their communities they're given help to reintegrate depending on their needs skills and aspirations this can include medical assistance or vocational training Iran says all setting up a business Daniel Johnson UN news
Algerians protest bill to boost foreign money in oil sector
"Thousands of Algerians are protesting in front of their parliament against a bill aimed at attracting foreign investment in the oil and gas sector which underpins the national economy surrounded by police protesters raise their fists some accuse the government selling out today Algeria's resources and threatening their of the children's future of bill is being considered by parliament
"algeria" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You welcome into late sedition of E._S._P._N.. N._F._C. Dan Thomas on my show as little stevie nickel hair in the studio and if that wasn't enough ladies and gentlemen shoot ropes offs as well. We'll kick things off with the after in combination as the lineup is set for the semi finals. The Madagascar Fairytale story came to an end today. Tune is three nail win. It's much closer choice. Seventeen the Ivory Coast Algeria in the end Algeria advancing to the semi drew penalties should obviously Algeria through. Do they deserve it. I think they did they've got the better creativity had scored that penalty. Just after half-time. I think the one the game quite comfortably that being a much better team throughout the throughout the tournament. They've got Mars playing somewhere near his best. He's a real threat. They've got pledged that can come on own ass when he's come on. He's is being dynamic <hes> cinnamon when he comes on he's he can change the game as well so I think certainly they deserve to go through Algeria. They were the better team against a disappointing. Every coast who throughout the tournament reflected see. I haven't really had enough support to the food food. Culture czar has been really great. It was probably the best attacking player but Ivory Coast haven't been good enough economy. We saw David against Algeria. Ivory Coast would up their game but they just didn't reach that potential that Stuart mentioned. I think I'll Virginia are a better team union and I think that's why the laser people Myers and regularly can then choose what they've got but I would of course completely disappoint Cattolica a bunch of guys together they were doing their own thing and didn't have that team ethic that certainly algae and so when you compare these two and the big names in the adjustments for each Algeria's big name players who stepped up and you look for the for the likes of <hes> Buni and and the others who've been disappointing all tournament along in all honesty but but nobody presented for five recourse and as a result the go crushing on the night deservingly sue so we've got Algeria fro but in the other Game Madagascar out for those. Maybe you have followed this story particularly closely Robbo. Just tell it's even you'll stone cold Har Leno you just about just about I mean they've I've never qualified for the tournament of any so <hes> their most of their players from the French third and fourth division the manager isn't even a manager of Saudis a technical director of a full division side in France <hes> but throughout the tournament I think that being the best team closing down played with an intensity that some of the biggest things haven't played with when they've won the ball back that played little triangles well enough to get time to get players forward. They've counter-attacked pace. They've been magnificent to watch and they look as though they've been the best coat side the tune. When of course they were tired today? It was always going to happen. We always felt that after the extra time in the last game but they have been a credit to the coach there'd been a credit to each other and it's been a fantastic story. They've been magnificent from start to finish while they shoot Robson trademark trademark magnificent look ahead to the semi finals. Shall we go out Jerry against Nigeria. No doubt the headliner Yeah Nigeria did well to get into this semifinal. They played well yesterday today. Algiere I still think of the side of bitter form at the right time they haven't conceded one goal in the tournament and they're good defensively and Stevie said then the likes of Mars to gone the dominant players for Guli go on create as they can do. Nigeria nine need a better performance out of a Gallo Upfront. They need Alex at his very best plan. Just in behind ways scored the goal. He's an excellent play down the right hand side. A Muslim need more from if those four players can play well all at the same time Nigeria have John's. It's still going for Algeria Algeria to make it through from that semi final..
"algeria" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And sign up emails and action alert. So when we introduce this legislation in your state, we will be able to reach you make sure you will help us build the firewalls in your state. So we do not lose our identity and culture practice has got me some third world country. And and and by the way, this is exactly what I detail and my. Book rise. And I my book rise which was released eight weeks ago rise and defensive Judeo Christian values and freedom because the American public needs to understand why we need to rise to take back country. Now why we still have a chance before it's too late. Because look what's happening embarrassed. What's happening right now. The government lost control, unrecognizable Europe has became Eurabia. We're not gonna love this to happen to America. Look at it this way, France does not have a Donald J Trump. They have a mccrone who's like an Obama, and the average French citizen has headed up to here. There's no job creation. You can't form businesses in France. There's too much bureaucracy. The taxes are confiscatory there stagnant wages, there's a huge oppressive welfare welfare state and Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries have built about seven hundred fifty mosques and France over the past ten to fifteen years. There's more. Mosques in France than there are in Saudi Arabia. For example, it is now a migration from Muslim countries in Europe, and because of their generous welfare state, and the Frenchman are saying French women are saying we can't take it anymore. They want gasoline to be seven dollars plus a gallon. And that government report issued the day after thanksgiving said the gasoline in America needs to rise the forty nine dollars a gallon. They wanna crash in destroy the middle class in this country. Like, the French have destroyed the middle class in France. And the average French person, man or woman cannot take the influx of four to six million Muslims over the past ten years plus more coming. There's no jobs. There's no growth businesses the large welfare state. They can't take any more, exactly. And with the largest migration on immigrants that they brought into France and brought into Europe. This is breaking all of Europe are seen more. Because France has a bigger percentage of Muslim emigrants are almost twenty percents right now in France than any other European nation, and they are living on welfare and the rest of the French are paying for them. Actually, that's one of the fraction of these Muslims. Emigrating to Europe are coming to Europe. I from Algeria Morocco from the Middle East. They are attracted because of the welfare state, by the way. This is the same thing happening in Canada right now. This is exactly why the Canadians right now are fighting for their country because attorney now wants to do the same thing bringing in open up the floods of immigration into Canada. And those evidence are coming into Canada. They are living on welfare, they are sucking off the citizens, usually they're just like what they did in Europe. And the Canadians do not want that I do not want that happening in Canada as well. But again Bill this is a lesson. What's happening in Europe? Right now, we are watching is a lesson for the United States Europeans lost their voice right now. They are outnumbered. Not necessarily outnumbered. They are the passionate on the Slavic. And the immigrant side outnumber, the apathetic, French German Swiss with this European side. And so they are speaking they say squeaky wheel gets the oil, and they are being plus their voice right now in America you, and I still have a chance to come on the radio to discuss these issues to wake up the American public to say now is your time to become more engaged a more involved, politically, even if that means just picking up the phone calling your members of congress and expressing your point of view about it Bill or something going on. And I encourage people to go what sites act for America dot org. Click on context congress. We have many bells on our high priority list. You can call your member of congress. You can send them an Email with the button. And become engaged. Tim how to make a difference for the country? Lastly, I would say this on Friday is issued a news release not covered by the mainstream media because it doesn't fit all the news that fits they print. This doesn't fit a five day operation conducted by US, immigration and customs enforcement and New Jersey has taken into custody one hundred and five four nationals who were in the US illegally. Approximately eighty percent of those arrested had prior criminal records, and by INTERPOL, they came from Guatemala, Egypt Korea, Mexico and Russia one hundred and five arrests to eighty percent is serious criminal records. That's the tip of the iceberg. But see Brigitte Gabriel. The media doesn't report on illegal aliens committing serious crime in this country. The government said there's about two thousand Americans killed every year by illegal aliens. There's about six thousand sexual assaults, and rapes there's about seven thousand robberies and burglaries committed by illegal aliens. But CNN doesn't cover that. Do they? Want to cover that? Because CNN owns. Oh, daddy. Big time because mainstream media super daddy. Has spent more than forty eight million dollars from being mainstream media outlets achieved his goal for media controlled by funneling money from his authorities. Open society foundation to News, corP's, journalist, schools and organizations. Have engulfed more than thirty mainstream. News outlets bell as NBC ABC. The New York Times there wasn't the both Associated Press and others. Love touching even further into the so-called media watchdog, I detail oldest and a chapter about the mainstream media source and my new book rise because people need to understand that when we're watching the news. We're not really getting. We are listening to political. To political activists funded by Soros posing as journalists where the where the national platform. Brainwashing. People who think they are getting the news, but they're not really getting the news. And that's where we are as a nation. I here's the other scary part bell. Then you generation anybody who's under twenty five thirty. I right now. Their news on their iphone from the from from a comedy central from different leftist Facebook, Twitter, they think these are actually news websites were they are getting legitimate news. And as you, and I know Facebook, Google Twitter all these incidents, forget Instagram Instagram is not Facebook, for example, I completely controlling the messaging and silencing voices like yours like mine like other conservatives most conservatives are speaking about important issues such as immigration radical Islamic terrorism border security, supporting our police why we need to do vetting. All these stories are being completely scrubbed the internet because they do not want the truth getting to the American public Brigitte Gabriel gotta run your book is rise and also act for America dot org on one hand. They're attacking the president which happened on Thursday and Friday on the other hand there flooding illegal immigrants. The so called red states in order to take the place a middle. Class voters are losing these are parallels perilous times Brigitte Gabriel, you're a great American. And once again, thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, and my friend. We'll do it again and merry Christmas. Thank you, my friend merry Christmas. God bless America. Let's continue with more blind becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. Can you smell Woodbridge Neier cooking? What's coming down the pike for you? Number one, the elimination of our president because of what happened Thursday and Friday bunch of crap charges about a porn star. And on the other hand the flooding of red states with illegal immigrants to vote. Let's continue with more. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. News,.
"algeria" Discussed on WGTK
"Bs and i i think that it's one of those things where where people basically need to focus on what we actually share and what benefits everybody and c part of the problem here is people aren't asking how can we win for the country they are basically asking how can i make the other side lose that's what chuck schumer is all about that's what the democrats all are all about they they have no prescription on how to make life better for americans they're only answer for how do we make life better for americans as we've gotta make sure the trump loses always and forever let's go to a your calls to brad in clarksville indiana brad you're on the michael medved show for uh actually like what you just said effect when we go about how the democrats don't have a clue on how to make life better but uh you know to your whole coin i'm a missing abramowicz wanted yeah what's algeria every the democrats want everybody to come in they don't care their third loosen boaters right now left and right so the only way to get a man is half people flooded in period i've been to rally after rally bands east people don't care they even want everybody i think you're right i think there are some activists like that however i eat urine in indiana and like years senator joe donnelly who i hope will lose in november and this is one of the best chances the republicans have to pick up a democratic seat and to increase the republican control of the us senate not to lose control of the us senate but i i don't really believe that your uh your candidate senator donnelly would ever say that publicly and again at their some activists who do but this is a chance basically to to ask the democrats i mean i don't you believe that enhanced border security is worth doing i mean after all hill lowry clinton herself john kerry uh all of the leading democrats tim kaine they they they all supported in two thousand and six a border wall which is about a third built so build a little bit more why should that be so difficult wired the democrats giving anything up at all why enhancing security of the border we'll be right back on the message had the michael medved show that is.
"algeria" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer
"And we don't really know the details of it we don't really know how much that help them from a training perspective but you can trace their ideology to a to clear his asian those are actually cells and networks that i think we can work against the biggest challenge for us at the give if you look they think back to the attack on fort hood when major has on early unexpectedly took out his his wet weapon and killed thirteen people at fort hood that's almost that goes from intelligence analysis almost two two mindreading how do you know when someone will will take up the mantle of aji hide and commit violence and that's the challenge that i think we face but you're you're right you know there is this this this fine line between and certainly a fine line it's the same ideology but it's in one case organized and it's now become very local bin laden managed a central uh very tightly managed hierarchical organization and after we've decimated it it's sort of spread like a cancer to yemen in iraq and somalia and and algeria and mali and so now we're dealing with instead of one big snake were we're dealing with a bunch of different sakes and the strategies and tactics involved in defeating each one of those is going to be different down you know i have to uh policy again about the rand company how great is that you know i have the opportunity to serve on one of the boards of one of the segments of rand the board is concerned with how do we help people litter subjected to terrible tragedies be nine eleven wiping out your house and.
"algeria" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In the weekend yeah nothing he doesn't i mean i like his music um but i don't know anything beyond his music in his in his purse yet another un a mcgregor and his wife of twenty two year will you guys watch the break shellfire gargo either morocco algeria maverick he's yeah out allenby he supposedly god if god into it with his costar mary elizabeth win said who is israel microstart had a lotta scenes together their opening seen in the bathtub twenty two years four daughters together that one was kind of that will miss it's sad that seemed to be like very indulgent of his actor rewe's he went on a six month around the world motorcycle trip i love you you and a garden he's charming member the something salmon up the fish was salmon are some fishing in the yemen or yes elyse ago darling and he was so brilliant i thought in milan merge or critical kidman yes and supposedly tom cruise's very jealous of their relationship areed abbott this one julia um lauren bushnell and ben higgins from the package a bachelor couple hamrell sharia yeah here that always made me sad rachel bill sin and hayden cramped i highlighted because that one did make me said they seem like soulmates on his here's together he was the regional anikine skywalker anxious yes at saratoga in elegance guy working on in the three the three apres auto on episode one two and three win the george are being okay yep i was get one two and three gis was i favour 'cause my kids were so little episode a one episode of one that's what they called a yeah they broke up in september and they have one daughter together and they named her after sleeping beauty bryer rose happy new year you know because that is that is um you know sleeping beauties name prior rose it's really we in the thing is i think he kind of.
"algeria" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"I love the way you're caring minister glad out i'm not used to say i'm a groom forestalled them here so he would say oh perhaps not explicitly if you say that he is a onus for a minute he'd say i can have my cake and eat it too i can have both i can have control over the land i mean we've had it for fifty years and notice garden four israel has been of functioning democratic country so far what is this sense of urgency why do you think it should be done now he'd say will cross that bridge when we get to it let me also just this is exactly the question i was gonna ask but in a different way i was going to say what is your negotiation is not really internal israeli dialogue and not even israeli palestinian dialogue but at what how do you negotiate with a leader who doesn't seem to actually have an interest in enhancing peaks is there a negotiating tactic for providing incentive for for highlighting those incentives one i think there you've got to do what the frenchman did if you wish looking for a few you want to have an example from history the cold general do gone it's common stick to asia defosses okay two french algeria and he after several weeks he went there and he told the whoever spoke to him joe was accompli i understood you they all thought that okay he's gonna do it and the ahead seventy five percent of the french men supporting game in continuing the colonization of one hundred thirty years of algeria by franz but he turned a hundred an eighty degrees backwards and he went the other way actually and he is a leader to all the people from syria made algeria independent any head then the support of the majority of his people why afterwards why is because because this was a matter of leadership.
"algeria" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Mm the savage nation dong and the first story that i saw that i said i have to talk about is that the united states on the donald trump is removing restrictions on importing african elephant trophies from zimbabwe and zambia now that will open the door to americans going over one hundred endangered big game i am sickened by this and i have written an article that is respectful mr the president is entitled mr president you you're just plain wrong and i want him to reverse this whoever ever lobby for this must be overturned and i'm gonna talk about that later of course after talk about franken and stallone you heard about franken senator was caught in the act he's a sitting senator he's not running for anything he's there the woman who uh claims he did it has a picture of a modern airplane he's she's asleep on a military transport coming back from a u s o tour she's asleep at he's grabbing a breasts sexual assault you should be taken out of congress and arrest the right now you do know that that sexual assault algeria next step is necrophilia she said he groped me without my consent while i was asleep aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth i mean the thought of it alone is enough to make the throat my breakfast now this is a huge story and you're gonna say well wait a minute hold on slow downs savage wait a minute you said you tweeted you've got waited you've said over and over again then you say the savaged didn't you say over and over again innocentuntilprovenguilty what kind of conservative convicts without a trial will many of them in the media have convicted more without a trial there was no evidence whatsoever than a lousy stinking lying loyal belongs in prison in my estimation okay is the evidence on the more thing when i see the evidence that i can say what i think right now he's innocent until proven guilty but when you wake up and you see a picture which you could see anywhere early on me i sort of the drudge report rego every morning it's no secret that's where i go every morning there's franken groping a woman asleep on a military transport she's fast asleep there he is looking like a deviant pervert smirking as he touches.
"algeria" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Meteorologist acid algeria's here from our partners it cbs 4 weather a lot of sun coming through those clouds this morning but i'm really looking forward to tomorrow tomorrow's gonna be a great day this morning it's definitely the chilly side at one point we were down to twenty five degrees at at the airport of this warning right now we're at a thirty four or so out there a little warmer downtown but it's gonna take a while for the big changes thursday friday we're going to drop thirty to thirty five degrees highs will struggle to climb into the upper 40s on thursday as a cold front moves through there's not much moisture for the front to work with higher foothills above about seventy five hundred feet could see two to four inches of snow on thursday may snow for a little bit here in denver on thursday afternoon but i don't think we'll see much of any accumulation certainly nothing on the roads friday sunny high forty five of them were back into the '60s just in time for the weekend you guys all right thanks so much acid that when i we have there is no income gortat is just hours away from the first of all classes with us and just holding homefield advantage over houston and mental off chicago the special thing the now uh you know we were foot in the switch a little bit and we're trying to figure out how to win four games the others as clayton kershaw taking about for los angeles first world series game in twenty nine years i icda refer that a lot i grew up a dodger um you know get dressed by the dodgers and uh the no tunnel dodger history at the time but you know coming up to you a county it's ingrained in new abc's alex stone joins us from la with a preview hey at least alex it's beautiful.
"algeria" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"That fiber a by algeria is caused by a lack of lactose or or missing a karl iv cargo i and then i and you're saying that that causes fibromyalgia because the mayo clinic says that it's genetic possibly caused by an infection and sometimes caused from physical trauma that does not sound like you didn't drink enough milk so therefore or fibromyalgia well no i see a lot of references to and i'm just googling online you know the eight essential sugars of the sakarai heads the we need to be getting and i just i don't have enough information to uh offer anything but it seems like there's a lot of independent media touting the good things about these eight essential right and then there's also people trying to sell supplements that will wind darbarai mentioning funny noise as well as seeing those on the same pages yeah well if here is that right well i going i have behind goal by wherever cargo i way other that we think about our energy we never gave any credit the carbohydrate but why is there a carbohydrate ad lady from around the outside of army nor forgot what about the pro bowl is that we know act with the over now we need a e or when you're sitting there because if you know how many people added a doubt go have garden that legal right off when it right off the fi are warm i actually know a fair number of people that do that well yeah we have a lot of people do that but i think they're your points welltaken and i think it's it's not farfetched to believe that because we eat so much more processed foods and we need fewer fruits and vegetables than generations past did some dizzy easa's may have some cause in our nutritional intake is opposed to other other reasons.
"algeria" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Red that algeria that on as saying hey yep yep ripped the time has come yes all right so it's happening yet happening next week in fact october 17th is when it starts rolling out um they've already said that so um you know what we're expecting will happened is you'll get the um you'll get these final bets if in of the i i think again a stage to roll out some people get them first um then there are also probably will be at least one cumulative update right away once you get the final pets because they have been continuing to do fixes and make improvements to the fall traders update even after they declared this particular billed as done right i i gotta tell you you know i've complained a lot about the frequent updating on windows ten but the one thing i'm actually behind and i have no problem with is this notion that they kind of freeze the build build number we know but like she said you know we're going to get a cumulative up did on day one and that's fine if it's obsolete because the truth is if you installed it on october 17th or if you wait until next june seventeen at the whatever deed in between it does not matter you will also install accumulative update every single time and it's it's absolutely right it's okay tang there okay all i can windows phone thing it's okay we've been talking to me for so long i feel like they're now say accepted well give him now is there is every way about isn't done is is as stable as it i mean there's nothing to say really well it wasn't this i think it was this particular belt sixteen to nine nine that had a bug in it that made windows media player m disappear from some people's builds okay on yes you hear about that one namely yesterday i thought rayo on forbes.
"algeria" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Algeria eulogise i'll i'll get up to the core as far as mm do you sign where known fact is the years still israeli over sudan lairs warm fine add lacked say you the food you did broker ma hard love your frame the teheran nearest porn look dear darling o ob near 3rd colmes so thirdly new lynch vote the orlando pd alone gives you the idea that gives you a niche asia is the way that you would feel if you've got dumped right now what what would you please at attuned to me that's a serious song while i mean i get why people because people never heard should like dining country i get why people go all at that's a google feet you know novelty funny song but to meets fucking series is a heart attack but yeah i mean i'm with you like do you want to hear that song miss you with missed you girl you broke my heart you don't want to hear that i don't at least not i you like the run suffered met your thoughts i do of a i i like rap music early good huge to nature's defence i like when people swear and music i mean i think that's part of a to it's going up in kentucky and like the 80s it was like swear swearing was just not a big deal i mean we would nikum by public enemy to live crew and w eight tapes and just like you know that was part of you know nantie was all round of course meeting in kentucky.
"algeria" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"A choir chatter tshirts well stass michael they can get your will yelled a hook you up uh you can go to shopped at tony kornheiser show dadkhah lamar jackson wish brick and looks pretty good pretty good after they really they did north carolina they'd scored a bunch of poise looks good or even three go away i wore mike tony kornheiser show hat all weekend on the soccer fields of arlington slash mclane story they ensure that world algeria beg attention a so please note okay well the i'm on tv look at me do you watch cabletel during the day search mary morning i take it off her once in a while also you know just in case are not familiar with the hat yeah yeah i didn't work out well by the way arlington little known to me is the soccer powerhouse of this area the so liz a team score two goals had the arlington teams scored let's call it double digits in will leave it there they didn't get over twenty no comment all wow i know some point you gotta call off the dogs don't serve merely ord deny that i don't think they got twenty i closer than ten fourteen ciller sh that's like you're the faroe islands and nearing i was screaming for offsides calls shouting at the referees and you know my usual nigel has news for us annuities deep mr tony a move start off with college football you much couple of games right there but i think the most important game of the weekend which i know chris you probably at this georgetown tops campbell birla cameron could you could you name the campbell nicknamed clouds out there the camels ram because grandma their elder they've made the ncaa tournament in football asking travel and yes yeah merits of next no did you know their nickname marisa sounding red flash a red flag believe there the ref anybody notice at that other catholic school.
"algeria" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Let me be clear on this the international wasn't to soviet um or russian communist communist communist all over the world came together at these meetings from south africa from algeria egypt all over europe uh latin america and so in nineteen twenty eight the year before uh the party he moved into the south two things happened in their policies one was it's called the third period where the party actually the communist international felt like this is the most radical moment that there's an opportunity for communist party seized power in their nations including the united states uh that that therefore they had to move towards a much more militant direction uh and that is fomenting uh uprisings you know to protest direct action that's one thing the second thing that happened was in economists international uh a group of mainly black the non tally black communists including south african communist had come to the conclusion uh that african americans in the south have a right to national selfdetermination that is much like the soviet union um day constituted a nation as a nation and press nation um they can either fight for their integration into the us nation war succeed from the union and form known nation can that was a choice so the the communist party of usa never bought that line fully the leadership wasn't crazy about it but they had no choice because this was the congress international position in so when they went south they had these sort of two things on the agenda that is this is a revolutionary moment number one number two black people in the south have the right to selfdetermination um the irony is that this first communist went down there uh who made contacts they make contact with white uh radical who had no interest at all in the question of selfdetermination or the interests.
"algeria" Discussed on WGN Radio
"How is this an industry is storm chasing now an industry is it something that you guys make money doing and make a living doing or is it still a hobby all told that at all there there are ways to earn revenue do storm chasing though not much air dump people myself included would hopedfor bar world war always be get a new way stirred shortage felt bond airy dornoch investing in your flight all i'll give you a medical word day jobs right law bought we're always looking for their way to help make it olivier it's not difficult yes sometimes you hear the two specially out in the big tornado algeria's oklahoma and some of those other places you got all these different dorm chasers all over the place as it are there too many storm chasers her no in my opinion there are all traffic issue are becoming an increasing problem all bear but at the same time everybody elo right to be there so it's obsolete asserted no you can't be their only ecu be there but we certainly agree growing problem uh thank you become year would be a bale of technology all some people they kept it light up there following day trip staunch it was now aren't all around woodhaven yo weather knowledge whatsoever and that we need tree some problems i'll area your is so tell us to a geyser did you gandhi or adam what's your how do we follow you and how can we subscribe to your servers any sure you can simply go on facebook concert illinois storm cherry third you'll seattle old will pop up our local white give us a followed bear on twitter at illinois underscore store and on.
"algeria" Discussed on Trumpcast
"Another ceasefire algeria area syria thejohnkerryi don't know he negotiated dozens of them are maybe i'm exaggerating but he spent a long time trying to negotiate ceasefire in syria to no avail and so there was no there is no evidence that um that that really have much significance the other thing that we said that was important was i believe it was tillerson who said something along the lines of we both agreed not to meddle in one another's politics in other words theus will not speak any more about violations of human rights in russiayou know the west will not talk about arrests of journalists in russiatheunitedstates will not will not mentioned at you as the unitedstates has been doing really for 25 years since the collapse of the sovietunion of course long before that but it sounded like that they have also agreed all right we're not going to mention any that anymore that's you know old ways of thinking and that was something that would have been really really important to putin kind of acknowledgement that we're just going to pretend that we're all new political objects on a game of risk competing against one another and we're not gonna talk about internal politics and that's that would be a break from us policy for the last several decades but when they mother about how terrible the the presses to them this is the place where they really agree i mean putin and trumper really on the same page and and with the the polish president for that matter in their hostility to the free press and probably along without the independent judiciary and other institutions of constitutional.
"algeria" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"A anti player in promanagement to be mad at kevin durant because he did this and we've actually covered this you actually changed the tide of half i'm coming to say what you want to say madam about gays and while you're in algeria in a all these younger people that you inspired by our come along like if dan can do it i can do it on your the pablos the main in years they all over to you man appreciate you thank you what am i thank you could be rethinking me more the you've taken me for a held arrive by the way i'm were angry at mannesmann about this and the players because they put they created the situation they agreed to this in and the union was the one agreed to the cap spiking and that's it's their follow this is one this thing is interest this right here is interesting what she's saying from this regard kevin duran has taken the brunt of this criticism and that's amazing that the people who put this structure together would have such a blind spot that they allowed to this poison to exist in their system no joke like what she saying they're skating free because it's faceless it's not any one person that you can blame to easier to put it on kevin durant than it is on the system allows but i'm sure when they put it together they never imagined apply or would be so gutless that he would leave the oklahoma city thundering join as honorary tian this is the way that people are on the kevin durant issue promanagement in a way that ends up being infuriating there's no reason basketball should have a salary cap they did that because they can't control themselves and that's where you're problems start on that like they didn't do that for competitive balance that's not why they did that they did it because they that these owners can never control themselves when it comes to the spending and he is anything to go back to the government algae we get mad a rich people who don't have to pay taxes when we should be mad at the system that allows them to get away with it it's similar here it's tasteless.