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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

06:25 min | 6 d ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"I'm wear older son with the BBC News. The opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics will take place shortly with organizers hoping that the start of competition will dampen criticism of the Games. The president of the International Olympic Committee, Thomas Bach, said entering the stadium will be a moment of joy and relief. Alex Cap stick is in Tokyo. No fans, fewer athletes, lots of face masks and disinfected flags. This will be an opening ceremony like no other. The pandemic ended plans for a grandiose, jubilant display. Instead, the show will be somber, reflective of the times we now live in Emperor Naruhito will open the games but is unlikely to use words like celebration. He will be among less than 1000 VIPs inside a stadium with a capacity of 68,000. In a change from tradition. The team's parade is in the order of the Japanese alphabet, and for the first time, delegations are allowed to flag bearers, one male and one female. President Xi Jinping has paid a surprise visit to the politically sensitive region of Tibet, the first by a Chinese president for more than 30 years, Steve MacDonell reports. She Jinping stepped out of his plane to be greeted by a highly choreographed crowd of Tibetans cheering and waving Chinese flags while wearing traditional dress. General Secretary XI traveled on board a section of the high altitude railway and went to the Potala Palace, the former home of Tibetan Buddhism's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. United States has launched a number of airstrikes in Afghanistan on Taliban positions in recent days, despite having withdrawn 95% of its forces from the country. A Pentagon spokesman did not provide further details on the attacks. But the Taliban said some had been close to the southern city of Kandahar, which the militants have been advancing on in recent weeks. Secunda. Kamani has the details. Kandahar was the first city to fall to the Taliban. When the group emerged in the 19 nineties, American officials would only confirm they recently conducted airstrikes in support of Afghan forces. Local sources suggest at least some took place around Kandahar. The U. S has previously suggested that after the full withdrawal of international troops at the end of August, American airstrikes will not be used against Taliban targets. Meanwhile, Afghan government officials have alleged around 100 civilians have been some early executed by the Taliban in Spin Boldak district. Close to Kandahar city. The Taliban have denied the claim. As protests in southwestern Iran over severe water shortage continue for a second week, increasing disruption of the Internet has been reported nightly demonstrations are being held in Khuzestan province, but only a small number of new videos of the unrest have emerged from the region in the past few days. Activists and journalists have said they have been unable to contact people there overnight. State run media says four protesters and the police officer have so far been killed. BBC news Suspected members of a militant group in the Democratic Republic of Congo have shot dead 16 people who were returning from a weekly market. Hospital officials in the town of teacher say the victims includes six women and a child. The Attackers are believed to belong to the Allied Democratic Forces. At least 18 people have been killed in western India after torrential monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding that submerged low lying areas in the state of Maharashtra. An official said More people were believed to be trapped, but heavy rains and flooding were making it difficult to bring in machinery. Hundreds of villages in towns are without electricity and drinking water. Several rivers were flooded after the authorities released water from dams filled by the unprecedented downpour. The British government has changed its coronavirus isolation policy to avoid the disruption of food supplies are soaring. Infection rates leave companies short staffed workers at up to 500 sites in England, including supermarket depots will no longer have to self isolate when the covid tracing up tells them they've been picked, meaning they've been in contact with an infected person. Here's Theo leg it Starting from today, Workers at key sites in the supply chain such as food factories or distribution centers will be allowed to continue working, even if they're pinned, provided they take covid tests for seven days. Separately, the government has provided more detail of exemptions from isolation, which are being made available to workers in other sectors of the economy. 16 areas are covered, including energy, medicines and water supply. But these exemptions will only apply to specific employees whose absence from work would have a major impact on essential services or national security. A new study in Britain has concluded an eight week interval between 1st and 2nd doses of the fights that beyond tech vaccine is best for building immunity against Covid. Such an interval enables the body to build more antibodies. BBC news. Hello and welcome. Detect. Essential weekly Guide to all the top news and trends from the technology world. I'm Rory Kathleen Jones. And this week, Apple says it puts privacy and security at the heart of its business. So why has an Israeli company apparently been so successful in getting its spyware onto the iPhone, allegedly allowing its clients to monitor politicians, journalists and dissidents will investigate. Are you getting bored with endless zoom calls? The company behind the video meeting service wants to liven up the experience with apps from games to meditation and wine buffs will tell you that creating a new vintage is an art that could never be replicated by a computer. We'll hear from the AI wine company that thanks to differ. Joining me this week is BBC senior tech reporters Zuri Kleiman, hizo hydrogen, We've been well. I'm quite excited about this prospect of a glass of AI wine. We're gonna be having one of those later. I making no promises. You'll have to wait and see. Here's a flavor of what's coming up. We're actually building games specifically for team building exercises, icebreakers and kind of keeping that social connectivity in the changing world because we can mitigate the risk of launching a failed product by simulating what will happen before it's made. The winemakers less inclined to play it safe order that in a moment.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:06 min | 10 months ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hello. This is Julie Candle with the BBC News. The US Department of Justice has launched a landmark antitrust suit against Google. Accusing the company of abusing its monopoly over Internet searches and advertising. The lawsuit called for structural changes to the tech giant, which could potentially paved the way for a break up. Google has always denied abusing its market dominance from New York. His Michelle Fleury, There are questions about the timing of this case so close to the election was that Ah factor in this, the lawyers said. No, that wasn't the case from the Department of Justice. They said they'd been working on this for some time now on that it is simply an anti trust question. But there is no doubt there is bipartisan support. For increasing scrutiny, oversight and some sort of action to be taken with the big tech companies What it will look like, Obviously, we're still in those kind of early stages. You've got this case you've got Attorney general's around the country looking into this, and of course, it remains to be seen whether other companies will also find that these investigations lead to lawsuits being brought against them. The Nigerian authorities have ordered the immediate nationwide deployment of riot police as unrest sparked by police brutality continues. A police station in Lagos was set ablaze in the latest violence. It's our college reports. The massive deployment off anti riot police across Nigeria is to deal with what the authorities called increasing attacks, including us in on public and private facilities. The police security measures would also be strengthened around prisons after two jailbreaks on attacks on several police stations in which inmates were freed on weapons stolen. Violence has been reported in several cities across Nigeria, including the capital Abuja on the commercial hub Legos, which is now under an indefinite curfew. The Supreme Court in Burundi has sentenced the country's former president Pierre Buyoya, to life in prison for involvement in the murder of his successor, President Malkiel and today in 1993. He was sentenced in his absence. Assassination of Mr and the Di, who was marooned his first democratically elected and first who to head of state led to a civil war in which hundreds of thousands died. Security forces in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo was searching for more than 1000 prisoners who escaped during a huge jailbreak grand ferret reports. According to the mayor of many a large number of Attackers first overrun a military installation before breaking open the main gates of came by jail. Police said to prisoners were shot dead during the attack. Only about 100 inmates now remain in the jail. Militants from the Allied Democratic Forces and other rebel groups were among those who escaped. The idea for accused of killing hundreds of civilians since the Congolese army launched an offensive against them last year. Congo's jails are poorly funded A notoriously overcrowded A similar number of prisoners escaped from the jail in Benny during a break out three years ago. World News from the BBC The British government is to impose the toughest corona virus restrictions on the city of Manchester. Despite failing to reach an agreement with local leaders. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that not to do so would be to place the lives of many people in the city at risk. The mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, from the opposition Labour Party, so politicians needed to carry the public with, um not crush their spirit. Judge is in the Netherlands have rejected a legal challenge to the government's decision to close bars and restaurants for at least four weeks to tackle Corona virus infections. They agreed that closing the hospitality industry toe all the takeaway customers was essential. Even though official figures suggest only 3% of transmissions a car there. Two doctors who treated a woman at the center of a high profile alleged gang rape in India have been sacked York, Italy. My has the details. The latest development adds to growing questions about whether the government is attempting to play down charges of rape against the accused soon after the victim's death. Police officer said forensic reports showed that she was not raped. Dr Zim Malik, who works at the hospital where she was treated, had told the Indian Express newspaper that since the samples were tested 11 days after the assault, their findings were not conclusive. On Tuesday, he and another doctor, the hospital was sent termination letters. He told the BBC. He believes they were sacked because they raised questions about the forensic analysis. The government has yet to respond to the allegation. 10. Human rights organizations have demanded that an Algerian political activist be released from jail so that he can have life saving heart surgery. Amnesty International says Abdullah Burnham's health has deteriorated rapidly. But his requests to be transferred to hospital have been turned down. Mr. Ben home, was detained late last year after he criticized the authorities on Social media. BBC news. Fall. 2020 election is coming up. Do you have a plan to vote? Yes, you'll vote for president.

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Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

UN News

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo

"Following a rising attacks on civilians allegedly committed by the Allied Democratic Forces or ATF armed I group into eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC coupled with attacks against Ebola workers and independent assessment of the UN peacekeeping response by the MONUC mission was established last December the independent assessment found that in the months of November and December alone. More than two hundred sixty civilians. Mainly women and children were killed by presumed ADF combatants in brutal attacks mostly at night it also conclude that protecting acting civilians in Beni territory requires a comprehensive UN response Lieutenant. General cuddles Albert Shan't crews will lead the assessment team gene was at U N headquarters in New York on Monday to brief the Security Council in told you and uses Monica Rayleigh. That's armed groups. Main agenda is criminal is not political. We we had to talk to the Security Council to explain the main conclusions have reports and concluded is on the Lee structure that we need to change to in order to have more operational activities in the mission mainly connected connected to the intelligence system and the professional control in the idea of banning in the east of phone. What do you have? Groups like. Eighty F- other armed groups which are the main challenges. And how do you suggest to tackle them. And these groups have in that region they are armed groups but they are as well. I kind of organized crime because the control many illegal business and across the borders with the neighbor neighboring countries and It's very difficult to have some operations against them because they don't all have political agenda they have a Criminal behavior is going to do something. Based on your report I think so because is the chief of GPO hero commended. The the United Nations to prepare one action plan in order to establish the practical measures to implement the recommendations. We haven't report and last question you were therefore for a while Now we have a new General taking over also Brazilian. Would you recommend something to him in this next month. In order to help to tackle the insecurity We they had A coincidence because Genero is here during this week we had to pursue to talk but not there to make recommendation because general exit officer Brazil selected one of the best one and And then I think he will be successful successful in the mission and this also he was also trained by you in the past. He was a student in the preparatory school. And I was a captain them and then a because I'm eleven years older than the general and then he's a new generation from ski officer and fantastic generation. We have in Brazil.

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DR Congo protests: UN to open investigation into demonstrator's death

Not Too Shabby

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

DR Congo protests: UN to open investigation into demonstrator's death

"The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo is investigating whether its troops killed a demonstrator in the eastern city of Benny where protesters burned the town hall and you and buildings are Africa editor Mary Harper reports the U. N. mission MONUSCO said the protest was reportedly killed in an exchange with blue helmets as he was about to throw a petrol bomb he died during demonstrations against what people said was the failure of U. N. forces and the Congolese army to protect them against rebel attacks the latest attack occurred on Wednesday morning when fourteen people were killed about twenty kilometers from Benny most of the deaths are blamed on the Islamist allied democratic forces the UN peacekeeping operation in the DLC is one of the biggest in the world but it's made little headway against the multiple rebel groups operating in the

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Army says it's killed twenty six rebels from the allied democratic forces, which is believed to be linked to the Islamic state group allied. Democratic forces was originally made up of Ugandan Muslims and created in Uganda, but some years ago, it started to stage attacks in eastern Congo, including Mexico's in the town of Beni hundreds died. The Islamic state group said it carried out to the latest attacks but it's not clear, whether the AD is, formally tight, I s one of the police displayed after the army killed the twenty six rebels is set to be of a white, man. BBC correspondent Mary harbor. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a governing coalition. And now Israel faces a historic second snap election, this year, the newly chosen Knesset was disbanded after less than two months. The election now has been set for September seventeenth. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Former Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran is passed away the seven term Republican, and former chairman of the powerful Senate appropriations committee was eighty one after serving six years in the house. Cochran ran for the Senate becoming the first Republican elected to a statewide office in Mississippi since reconstruction Gakuen was well known for working across party lines, you retired from the Senate fourteen months ago after dealing with a series of health issues, Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hines with that report. Inish porn socialite Klaus von Bulow, who was convicted, but later acquitted of trying to kill his wealthy wife in two trials that drew intense international attention in back in the one thousand nine hundred eighty says died on Bulow was ninety two may, thirtieth fourteen thirty one Joan of arc condemned as a heretic was burned.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We're expecting sunny skies later today with highs ranging from the mid sixty s to the low eighties. Looks like the winds will be light as well. They'll be westerly between five and fifteen miles per hour. The time is six forty six. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Newell king. There are reports of a surge of new Ebola infections and the Democratic Republic of Congo today. An emergency committee of the World Health Organization is meeting to advise on whether the outbreak should be declared a public health emergency of international concern. NPR's Eisenman has the story. The WHO has only sounded the alarm this way four times most recently in two thousand sixteen when Zeka erupted in Latin America, and before that in response to the two thousand fourteen twenty fifteen Ebola outbreak in west Africa that infected more than twenty eight thousand people this outbreak in the DRC has been much smaller about one hundred eighty confirmed cases, so far, but it centered in a particularly challenging area province has been hit by more than twenty years of civil conflict. Peter Salama is a top official with the WHO. It has one million eight million. Residents internally displaced highly unstable secure part of Democratic Republic of Congo. An armed rebel group called the allied democratic forces has been launching attacks on government forces UN peacekeeping troops and also civilians now so says despite that when Ebola first surfaced in early August, we will quite confident we would get on top of the government WHO and partner organizations launched a major effort to treat infected people and administer an experimental vaccine to anyone who had had contact with them. The strategy started to show success. And then what happened in September is we head seven or eight major tax violent attacks by the rebels, including one in a city called Benny where they killed more than twenty people mostly civilians, the population of Benny just enough enough people who for years have felt completely abandoned by the government, and the international community started turning against the health workers who were seen as an arm of the government. People would say, look, you can't even guarantee a physical security. Why should we go along with this unfamiliar anti Bala campaign? You're pushing now Salama stresses that the vast majority of people are still cooperating, but rumors have started that the vaccination campaign is actually a plot to spread the disease. Members of a safe burial team were attacked with rocks and severely injured and often after a rebel attack whole neighborhoods shut down in protest. We're not allowed to move and the streets are barricaded by gung people sometimes dining ties or uptakes and sometimes threatening shit ease or other weapons in the last week and a half the effects of this have started to become clear with not just a rise in the number of new cases each week, but evermore cases who contracted Ebola from someone the WHO had not previously known about. That's the situation that the emergency committee meeting today has been asked to assess David Heymann is an infectious disease expert. In an advisor to the W H O John fielded by calling a public health emergency will increase political importance of the event will passably increase the mobilization of funds. The WHO is asked for thirty three million dollars to help neighboring countries. Prepare for the possibility of a spread across their borders. And declaring this kind of emergency could also have a wider effect. It may also help in increasing the security in the area by convincing the UN or other groups to bolster peacekeeping efforts. But Heymann says there's also a danger here. There are others who feel that may be such a declaration would embolden the rebel forces. They'll figure ending this Ebola crisis is clearly important to the DRC and the rebels don't want the government to succeed. Marie is.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Amanda, Peet, Paul Reiser and Kathryn Hahn. A new episode every Friday on prime video and from the sustaining members of this NPR station. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Newell king. There are reports of a surge of new Ebola infections and the Democratic Republic of Congo today in emergency committee of the World Health Organization is meeting to advise on whether the outbreak should be declared a public health emergency of international concern, NPR's Eisenman has the story. The WHO has only sounded the alarm this way four times most recently in two thousand sixteen when Zeka erupted in Latin America, and before that in response to the two thousand fourteen twenty fifteen Ebola outbreak in west Africa that infected more than twenty eight thousand people this outbreak in the DRC has been much smaller about one hundred eighty confirmed cases, so far, but it centered in a particularly challenging area province has been hit by more than twenty years of civil conflict. Peter Salama is a top official with the WHO. It has one million of its eight million residents. Internally displaced, and it's a highly unstable insecure part of Democratic Republic of Congo. An armed rebel group called the allied democratic forces has been launching attacks on government forces u n peacekeeping troops and also civilians now says despite that when I first surfaced in early August, we will quite confident we would get on top of the government WHO and partner organizations launched a major effort to treat infected people and administer experimental vaccine to anyone who had contact with them the strategies started to show success. And then what happened in September is we had seven or eight major tax violent attacks by the rebels, including one in a city called Benny where they killed more than twenty people mostly civilians, the population of Benny just enough enough people who for years have felt completely abandoned by the government, and the international community started turning against the health workers who were seen as an arm of the government. People would say, look, you can't even guarantee a physical security. Why should we go along with this unfamiliar Antigua campaign? You're pushing now Salama stresses that the vast majority of people are still cooperating, but rumors have started that the vaccination campaign is actually a plot to spread the disease. Members of a safe burial team were attacked with rocks and severely injured and often after a rebel attack whole neighborhoods shut down in protest. We're not allowed to move and the streets have barricaded by gun people. Sometimes draining ties up Jake's and sometimes threatening shit ease or other weapons in the last week and a half the effects of this have started to become clear with not just a rise in the number of new cases each week, but evermore cases who contracted Ebola from someone the WHO had not previously known about. That's the situation that the emergency committee meeting today has been asked to assess David Heymann is an infectious disease expert. In an advisor the WHO fielded by calling a public health emergency will increase political importance of the events will possibly increase the mobilization of funds. The WHO has asked for thirty three million dollars to help neighboring countries prepare for the possibility of a spread across their borders. And declaring this kind of emergency could also have a wider effect. It may also help in increasing the security in the area by convincing the UN or other groups to bolster peacekeeping efforts. But Heymann says there's also a danger here, you're others who feel that may be such a declaration would embolden the rebel forces. They'll figure ending this Ebola crisis is clearly important to the DRC and the rebels don't want the government to succeed..

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Has the story. The W H O has only sounded the alarm this way, four times most recently in two thousand sixteen when Zico erupted in Latin America, and before that in response to the two thousand fourteen twenty fifteen Ebola outbreak in west Africa that infected more than twenty eight thousand people this outbreak in the DRC has been much smaller about one hundred eighty confirmed cases, so far, but it's centered in a particularly challenging area province has been hit by more than twenty years of civil conflict. Peter Salama is a top official with the WHO. It has one million eight million. Residents internally displaced, and it's a highly unstable insecure part of Democratic Republic of Congo. An armed rebel group called the allied democratic forces has been launching attacks on government forces UN peacekeeping troops and also civilians now so says despite that when first surfaced in early August, we will quite confident we would get on top of me out, the government WHO and partner organizations launched a major effort to treat infected people and administer experimental vaccine to anyone who had had contact with them. The strategy started to show success. And then what happened in September as we head seven or eight major tax violent attacks by the rebels, including one in a city called Benny where they killed more than twenty people mostly civilians, the population of Benny just did enough enough people who for years have felt completely abandoned by the government, and the international community started turning against the health workers who were seen as an arm of the government. People would say, look, you can't even guarantee off physical security. Why should we go along with this? Unfamiliar anti Ebola campaign. You're pushing now Salama stresses that the vast majority of people are still cooperating, but rumors have started that the vaccination campaign is actually a plot to spread the disease. Members of a safe burial team were attacked with rocks and severely injured an often after a rebel attack whole neighborhoods shut down in protest window allowed to move and the streets are barricaded by young people. Sometimes dining ties are up. Jake's had sometimes threatening shit ease or other weapons in the last week and a half the effects of this have started to become clear with not just a rise in the number of new cases each week, but evermore cases who contracted Ebola from someone the WHO had not previously known about. That's the situation that the emergency committee. That's meeting today has been asked to assess David Heymann is an infectious disease x. Effort in an advisor to the WHO junk fielded by calling a public health emergency will increase political importance of the event will possibly increase the mobilization of funds. The WHO has asked for thirty three million dollars to help neighboring countries prepare for the possibility of a spread across their borders. And declaring this kind of emergency could also have a wider effect. It may also help in increasing the security in the area by convincing the UN or other groups to bolster peacekeeping efforts. But Heymann says there's also a danger here are others who feel that may be such a declaration would embolden the rebel forces. They'll figure ending this e Bala crisis is clearly important to the DRC and the rebels don't want the government to succeed.

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Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

Dr. Daliah

05:16 min | 3 years ago

Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads

"I. evolve spreading to the Democratic, Republic of Congo conflict zone and. This is a scenario that, health officials have been dreading so a week, after the World. Health Organization said we're clear of latest Ebola epidemic this new one popped up. Which is why I would just say guys don't jinx anything just do not say an epidemic is done or a. Little. Outbreak has done don't say that because something always pops up and I understand you want tourists and trade and industry to calm down. Relax. But you, know a lot, of times, we speak too soon Well they say the, outbreak in. The, Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to a city surrounded by rebels they said creating. Challenger challenges that responders are dreading they said one probable case. Of one suspected case of emerged of the city, of OH in VR sees North. Kivu province and a we, chat self is not under rebel control Salama, Peter Salama who. Is World Health organizations emergency response chief said the city is entirely surrounded by. Territory held by a feared you Ugandan insurgent group known as the allied democratic forces so they say for the first, time. We have a, confirmed case in an area with high insecurity This is a problem we were, anticipating at a problem at the same time we were dreading Okay in order for, us to stop Ebola from local regional and then global spread you need to get in there. You need to be. Able to take control and you need to nip it, in the bud Well if you can't get in there because it's an. Area. Controlled by insurgents or a group that could possibly do harm to you an aid workers you hesitate and a. Day two days three days maybe weeks or months go by and evola can spread like wildfire They say large numbers, of civilians have been killed by unrest, around Oita, aid workers priest government employers are currently being held hostage thereby insurgents So how do, we, get in there to start to contain the outbreak And, if the insurgents are already killing civilians and you say guys you know Avala killing some of the civilians. Are they really going to be that open to letting people come in See I I I love negotiate guys look I, don't, want you, guys get the Abullah so can you let us get in their door staff or get the people out But you're not really supposed to call. Them evil people patients that are being afflicted. With alleged Avila suspected of anyway so this outbreak is the tenth to hit the DRC since one thousand nine hundred seventy. Six this remember, has been around since the. Seventies it's just the the biggest outbreaks happened back in two thousand fourteen in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen epidemic so this latest what. Began on August one so we're about twenty four days into. It and it's already killed sixty three people out of one. Hundred three confirmed or possible cases and Salama warned health workers were expected at least one additional wave of cases so. Now these cases of made containing the virus more difficult so how do they operate in, complex environments and u., n. teams are only allowed travel to. Each, with armed escorts so if the. Number, patients or contacts of patients in the city. Searches the logistical hurdles not only the cows the cost will mount according to CBS News and, so the World Health Organization. Has been criticized on its handling of the two thousand thirteen thousand sixty in west Africa epidemic and we talked about that that killed about eleven thousand. Three hundred people so we'll Health Organization has pledged to revamp. Its response systems what went wrong back then well I think. A lot of things I think we were in the throes of a politically correct movement and so when people you. Know suggested while let's quarantine let's not let people come to the United States if they, traveled there let's try, and examine them that you know the You know with I think people were hitting gloving because they. Didn't want to you know? They, didn't want to trample on anyone's rights they didn't want to be politically incorrect remember there was that. Nurse that was pitchy she ended, up being right but she was furious that our government quarantined her because she could have been. At risk of having A Bola and spreading it And she threw the, biggest fed and I don't blame her I wouldn't wanna be quarantined if I didn't have to but sometimes to limit an epidemic We sometimes have to do, some things that aren't very popular And, after we had that one gentleman that. Came to New York I think it was on the,

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Nipah virus outbreak claims three lives in India

BBC Newshour

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Nipah virus outbreak claims three lives in India

"And supposedly safe spaces where individuals could live their lives cook dinners do the homework feed their dogs host their friends and their families to see their work in we'll come home from work to it was a human space for human lives each unique there's been international condemnation of venezuela's presidential election which saw nncholas maduro reelected in a landslide but with the lowest turnout in decades washington called it a sham and threatened sanctions against venezuela's allimportant oil sector most opposition politicians are either in jail or by car to the vote mr medeiros main challenger and refile cone described the election as flawed and called for a rerun the authorities in india have sent a team of medical experts to the southern state of kerala to investigate the outbreak of rare deadly infection the nipah virus three people from the same family died after contracting it this symptoms include fever vomiting and headaches making the virus hard to diagnose carolina's health secretary rajiv sadan says fruit bats of the primary source for the virus trying to draw blood samples from these widely by and testing for antibodies to find do this they are inside the second host are the domestic animals especially pigs dogs cats and so on and what we do know is that that has been human to human transmission the world health organization says it's much better place to deal with the current ebola outbreak then it wasn't twenty fourteen when thousands of people died in west africa but tetris at hannam said it was worrying that the diseases spread to a major city in the democratic republic of congo forty five cases if a bulla have been reported in congo at least twenty six people are believed to have died officials in the democratic republic of congo say ten people have been killed in an insurgent attack in the east they said the assault and the benny region was carried out by a ugandan rebel group the allied democratic forces world news from the bbc this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Different cutter blazes to make potentially cancer cells glow dropped his currently have to depend on the human eye to find any such abnormalities talked to sarah bone the whose from the department of physics at the investi explains how the new camera works what happens as the tissue becomes cancerous is that we get change in the chemical composition and different chemicals have different colors which means that if we look at the cancer with a technique that allows us to capture information from all of the different colors of light that have being reflected we can get a full a picture of the disease state this present you're listening to the world news from the bbc the newspaper in argentina has become the first outfit to be targeted under opponents new holocaust low the controversial legislation aims to punish anyone who blames poland for nazi crimes carried out in its territory during the second world war the group known as the polish league against defamation has accused the newspaper of using a misleading photograph on its website is says an image of polish anticommunist resistance fighters was published in an article about a nazi massacre the united nations mission in the democratic republic of congo says it's stepping up the security of peacekeepers in line with the findings of an inquiry into the killing of fifteen tanzanian troops last year the congolese rebel group originally from uganda the allied democratic forces has been blamed for the attack in north kivu province more details from grant ferret the un inquiry identified a number of what is euphemistically called gaps in the organization of its force in congo the biggest the most expensive in the world it concluded there was no workable plan to reinforce or withdraw the peacekeepers once their base in eastern congo came under fire last december it said leadership problems and a lack of essential such as air support and intelligence should be urgently addressed three months on one peacekeeper is still missing the brazilian supreme court is to include president michel temer and its investigation of funds given to his political party by the construction giant oughta brushed thus jammed mr temer was cleared of involvement in another corruption scheme linked to the port of santos will than a million homes in the united states all without power as a fierce storm batters coastal regions in the northeast flooding and strong winds brought down power lines and prompted the cancellations.

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"I think that what we're seeing is the united states of losing a lot of credibility that they held in the world and you're seeing people really responding in building power in ways outside of the wet and really beginning to resist us imperialism colonialism and occupation and so i think that this is the right path for unity between african nations and south american nations and i think it's just really beautiful thing that i hope to see continues to an activist in solidarity with democracy in honduras ugandan the heavilyarmed us ally in africa has detaining read the armed forces in the region of the republic of congo the see irineos that uganda and rwanda another us client states have repeatedly injury he did over the past two decades resulting in the death of at least six million people this time uganda is claiming to be fighting a small islamic guerrilla group that is blamed for killing fifteen united nations peacekeepers but many observers doubt the officials story helin epstein is a visiting professor of public health and human rights at bard college she is the author of the book another five miss america uganda and the war on terror she was interviewed by greg will put on the real news network epstein says it's not at all clear who the killers in congo actually work for ceccarelli habits according to house house i local witnesses is a very often people who localised soldiers will actually turn up in a village whaling congolese army uniforms gain people's confidence by saying where dear to protect you are we hear this out there some militants in the region and so on and then once everyone's kind of relaxed since their garda's down suddenly these very saying individuals in army uniforms will begin massacring equal and witnesses say that some of those people are uh do seem to be uh members of the allied democratic forces but added in many cases are members of the congolese military are also involved and sometimes seemed to be carried out the most brutal attacks cell in some cases they it seems as though they're just uh doing this um for no reason as though they're just trying to kind of demonstrated how.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from npr news officials at the united nations are stunned after a deadly attack yesterday on peacekeepers it happened in a remote part of the democratic republic of congo fourteen peacekeepers were killed so we're five congolese soldiers at least fifty more troops were wounded and pairs michelle komen has more according to un officials rebels attacked a un base in eastern congo at dusk on thursday sparking a three hour firefight into the night the likes of which officials haven't seen in decades these used the woods the thick on un peacekeepers jurgen oppositions recent history that un secretary general antonio gutierrez shoe expressed outrage and heartbreak for the tanzanian peacekeepers who were killed i can them visits unequivocally and views the liberals effects against when peacekeepers are unacceptable and constitute a war crime un officials believe a ugandanbased rebel group known as the allied democratic forces or adf was to blame it's one of many rebel groups in congo that has been active in that mineral rich part of the country the director of un operations ian sinclair says the base that was targetted is remote on the edge of a jungle near a town called danny reason the bases there together with a number of bases is to seek to control that particular axis which is a major route into the bend the area i'm which groups like the adf use to paul supplies metal material 'upanddown reason places also the is clearly to help protect civilians against attacks from this particular group the head of un peacekeeping jean pierre lequiller says the group has various agendas including the exploitation of resources he's planning to go to congo to show solidarity with the un mission which has been in his words increasing the tempo of operations to deter rebels in that area we are uh the serbian these groups three don't won't lose the unafraid these attacks these responds to our increasing you robust foster in the region it's not the only place where un peacekeepers have come under attack earlier this week when undersecretarygeneral acquire was here in washington we spoke about other dangerous missions in mali where thirty three peacekeepers have been killed this year and central african republic were fourteen have been killed in recent months what is relatively new is that were targeted the because we were the un unity 'cause we promote peace we are being attacked.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from npr news officials at the united nations are stunned after a deadly attack yesterday on peacekeepers it happened in a remote part of the democratic republic of congo fourteen peacekeepers were killed so were five congolese soldiers at least fifty more troops were wounded in pairs michelle komen has more according to un officials rebels attacked a un base in eastern congo at dusk on thursday sparking a threehour firefight into the night the likes of which officials haven't seen in decades these use the woods the effect on un peacekeepers in the organization's recent easterly that's u n secretary general antonio gutierrez shoe expressed outrage and heartbreak for the tanzanian peacekeepers who were killed i condemned is a tech unequivocally and these the liberals thanks against un peacekeepers are unacceptable and constitute a war crime un officials believe a ugandanbased rebel group known as the allied democratic forces are adf was to blame it's one of many rebel groups in congo that has been active in that mineral rich part of the country the director of un operations ian sinclair says the base that was targetted is remote on the edge of a jungle near a town called benny reason the bases there together with a number of bases is to seek to control that particular axis are which is a major route into the bend the area i'm which groups like the idea of use to paul supplies metal material down resumed places will so the is clearly to help protect civilians against attacks from this particular groups the head of un peacekeeping john pierrelatte causes says the group has various agendas including the exploitation of resources he's planning to go to congo to show solidarity with un mission which has been in his words increasing the tempo of operations to deter rebels in that area we are uh this will be these groups three don't won't lose the these affects these reforms to are increasingly robust foster in the region it's not the only place where un peacekeepers have come under attack earlier this week when undersecretarygeneral acquire was here in washington we spoke about other dangerous missions in mali where thirty three peacekeepers have been killed this year and central african republic were fourteen have been killed in recent months what is relatively new is that were targeted the because we were the un.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Officials at the united nations are stunned after a deadly attack yesterday on peacekeepers it happened in a remote part of the democratic republic of congo fourteen peacekeepers were killed so we're five congolese soldiers at least fifty more troops were wounded and pairs michelle komen has more according to un officials rebels attacked a un base in eastern congo at dusk on thursday sparking a three hour firefight into the night the likes of which officials haven't seen in decades these used the worst attack on un peacekeepers in the organization's recent history that un secretary general antonio gutierrez shoe expressed outrage and heartbreak for the tanzanian peacekeepers who were killed i condemn visits unequivocally and these deliberate attacks against un peacekeepers are unacceptable and constitute a war crime un officials believe a ugandanbased rebel group known as the allied democratic forces are adf was to blame it one of many rebel groups in congo that has been active in that mineralrich part of the country the director of un operations ian sinclair says the base that was targetted is remote on the edge of a jungle near a town called benny the reason the bases there together with a number of bases is to seek to control that particular axis which is a major route and to the bend the area and which groups like the adf use to paul supplies metal material up and down reason the bases also there is clearly to help protect civilians against attacks from this particular group the head of un peacekeeping jeanpierre la caused says the group has various agendas including the exploitation of resources he's planning to go to congo to show solidarity with un mission which has been in his words increasing the tempo of operations to deter rebels in that area we are the serbian these groups three don't want this voter apathy these talks is a response to are increasingly robust foster in the region it's not the only place where un peacekeepers have come under attack earlier this week when undersecretarygeneral acquire was here in washington we spoke about other dangerous missions in mali where thirty three peacekeepers have been killed this year and central african republic were fourteen have been killed in recent months what is relatively new is that were targeted the because we're at the un.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The president of cuba miguel de us kind of who is likely replace castro as hard views toward the un he cubans hope that a younger president born after the revolution could usher in a more flexible style governing but a video of the is conel talking to communist party members mysteriously leap this past summer reveal hardline views particularly when it comes to dealing with us going on whole the on wall and it was the government of the us that invaded cuba they put the blockade he says death resolve these things to have normalised relations we don't have to give anything in exchange at cnn's patrick othman rebels attacked a un peacekeeping base in eastern congo killing at least fourteen peacekeepers and wounded more than fifty others it's the worst single attack against a un mission in recent history this is peacekeeping chief john pierre lacroix talking about the priorities for his troops training equipped than posture or location their ability to react quickly so it's really which were focusing on at least two peacekeepers are still missing the attackers are suspected to be part of the allied democratic forces the us ambassador to the un says president trump knows his decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's abdel is raising questions and concerns but adds he made to advance the mideast peace the haley tells a emergency meeting of the un security council un has done much more damage to the prospects for middle east peace than to advance them we will not be a party to that the united states no longer stands by when israel is unfairly attacked in the united nations and the united states will not be lectured to by countries that lack any credibility when it comes to treating both israelis and palestinians fairly the trump administration has been working on a new peace plan but haley's giving no details so far she notes that past israeli palestinian agreements at the side of the white house lawn and if there is a new agreement there is a good likelihood we'll beside there is well because says she says the united states has credibility of both sides was largest menora is being assembled today in new york city get his thirty two feet tall waste four thousand pounds it will sit across the street from the plaza.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news sign rake wins continue to ban wildfires in california cow pires kendall bore teaser says the lilac fire in san diego county is at zero containment after consuming some forty one hundred acres or teaser says firefighters trying hard to get ahead of the fire when a tornado hits the midwest's there's no stopping it when a hurricane hit cease coast there's no stopping at witness the santa ana winds come in there's no stopping them this is the vitamin inventory california the largest of the flyers the thomas fire here in ventura is now ten percent contained that may not sound like a lot but yesterday it was just fine percent contained in two days ago there was no containment there have been some flareups but with milder wednesday expected today and tomorrow firecrews believe they can perhaps begin to take the upper hand this fire has now destroyed four hundred thirty nine structures the south is getting an unusual taste of winter with several inches of snow on the ground from texas to alabama reporter donna francavilla in birmingham are wall seeing my neighbors building snowmen we never get enough snow where a snowman can be built in birmingham this is a rare occurrence the snow is expected to make its way up the mid atlantic an into new england this weekend rebels attacked a united nations peacekeeping base in eastern congo killing at least fourteen peacekeepers wounding fifty three others in the worst single attack against a un mission in recent history un peacekeeping chief is pierre lequiller who was a wellplanned attack the very serious one with heavy weapon at least two other peacekeepers are also missing the attackers suspected to be part of the allied democratic forces thousands of yemenis have protested a against the us decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel relocate the embassy from tel aviv to jerusalem friday's protest took place in the many kapil capital that is as well as other areas held by iranbacked shiite rebels known as the who teys president trump's plan tripped in mississippi tomorrow for the dedication of a.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"We heard from a genie frikkie and the the a ring of fire word from town mountain i'm on fire word from jim in jesse and uh the flame of love and we heard from country gazette drowning in the flame of love we heard from the della may and fire stood as the ain't no ashley will burn we were from kevin williams and shadow ridge with the fire still burns and then that was uh that was the new kuhn creek girls with burn in love and you know boys and girls friends neighbours i could stand do this all the live long day a roundabout now is an overwhelming force takes o in fact we're just about out of time here and uh we'll have a wonderful weekend it's the mud acres bluegrass special see you next week bye dumont boats w r t eighty nine point nine fm madison wisconsin the last week suman gumri at least fourteen un peacekeepers have been killed in an attack on their base in the east of the democratic republic of congo five congolese soldiers also dined james kopp no reports the un secretarygeneral says it was the worst attack on un peacekeepers in recent history he sent his condolences to tanzania the home country of the peacekeepers the un mission in the drc has sent reinforcements to the same a medical evacuations on the way it believes the attackers will from the allied democratic forces rebel group the adf is originally from neighboring uganda and has been accused of carrying out many abuses in the area there's been no response from the adf yet the un on the congolese army a coordinating a joint response to the attack the south african high court has ordered president jacob zuma appointment as director of public prosecutions to step down sean abraham's has been accused of protecting the president and his allies from prosecution for alleged corruption the british prime minister theresa may has hailed a breakthrough achieved in brexit talks as being in everyone's interests the european commission has agreed that sufficient progress has been made on the irish border eu citizens rights and britain's financial obligations talks will now move on to transition and trade matters the lower house of parliament in poland is past two bills which critics say would increase the ruling party's control over the judiciary one allows politicians to choose members of the party that appoints judges the other lowers.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is the uk costing powerhouse whose credits include game of friends star wars episode seven and the king's speech and she'll be speaking and dini sri kant one of india's top costs indirect his he's worked in a vast range of films from the oscarwinning life of pie to dozens of local productions bbc news if you wanna mcdonald iraqi forces are carrying out a major operation to take control of a kurdish military base and oilfields near the disputed city of kirkuk iraqi state television said vast areas were now in government hands the kurdish regional government denied this that said there had been in our tillery exchange between kurdish peshmerga fighters and mainly shiite paramilitaries election officials in venezuela city socialist party of president nicolas maduro as won a crushing victory in polls to choose governors for the country's 23 states the national elections cancel said the socialists had one seventeen governorships while the opposition democratic unity coalition took five but opposition leaders of alleged fraud the head of austria's conservative people's party sebastian courts is on course to become the youngest national leader in the world after his victory in sunday's general election mr kuc whose thirty one as well short of a majority but he is in a strong position to form a new coalition government the army in the democratic republic of congo says the bodies of twenty six people killed in an ambush by rebels earlier this month have been discovered in the east of the country the victims were attacked in the restive territory of beni in north kivu as they travelled by taxi the congolese army is blamed the allied democratic forces is beast in uganda security officials in the philippine sea they've killed two top militants loyal to the islamic state group the defense minister says it is nealon happy long and omar my were killed during a military offensive to flush out isis fighters on the southern city of marawi and aboriginal wildlife rangers have made a rare sighting of one of australia's most mysterious birds the night parrot which is sacred to the country's indigenous peoples had long been thought extinct and twoone was spotted in 2013 bbc news and warm welcome to the.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The fourth round of bargaining for a new continental trade deal for canada the us duties on softwood lumber have you have to be resolved and now the punitive three hundred percent duties against canadian aircraft maker bombarded have added another major trade irritant canadian officials had expected difficult talks but the foreign affairs ministers described the trump administration as the most protectionist since the 1930s trudeau will begin tuesday on wednesday meeting with a full gathering of the house of representatives ways and means committee key us lawmakers with special power over trade he will then go to the white house for an afternoon get together with president trump on thursday he travels to mexico city for npr news i'm dan carpenter controlled we now turn to eastern congo to united nations peacekeepers have been killed and pierce ada peralta reports ugandan rebels are believed to be responsible for the deaths the united nations says ugandan rebels attacked a peacekeeping base in cuba who in the eastern part of the democratic republic of congo the rebels killed two tanzanian peacekeepers and injured several others un spokesman stefan dujarric says the injured were flown out and the peacekeepers repelled the attack he says the allied democratic forces were likely behind the attack the group a mix of opposition in this lawless forces formed in uganda but moved to congo were it could operate more freely over the weekend the adf also attacked mortar taxis and clashed with congolese forces in a proper npr news they ruby at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up fifty points to twenty two thousand eight hundred ten the nasdaq was up slightly at sixty five eighty and the sp 500 has climbed four point sits at twenty five forty eight this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt the trump administration has approved governor jerry brown request for federal help in dealing with the out of.

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"allied democratic forces" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"allied democratic forces" Discussed on NPR News Now

"We now turn to eastern congo to united nations peacekeepers have been killed and pierce ada peralta reports ugandan rebels are believed to be responsible for the deaths the united nations says ugandan rebels attacked a peacekeeping base in cuba who in the eastern part of the democratic republic of congo the rebels killed two tanzanian peacekeepers and injured several others un spokesman stefan dujarric says the injured were flown out and the peacekeepers repelled the attack he says the allied democratic forces were likely behind the attack the group a mix of opposition in this limousine forces formed in uganda but moved to congo were it could operate more freely over the weekend the adf also attacked mortar taxis and clashed with congolese forces in a proper and bear news they ruby at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up fifty points at twenty two thousand eight hundred ten the nasdaq was up slightly at sixty five eighty and the sp 500 has climbed four point sits at twenty five forty eight this is npr news the nfl as again drawing scathing reaction from president trump in early morning tweet the president's suggested revamping tax laws over massive tax breaks to the nfl as players continued protests during the national anthem the nfl gave up its federal tax exempt status in recent years trump also slammed espn after an anchor called trump a white supremacists in a series of tweets last month that anchor apologize for the trouble her remarks causi s p n on sunday targeted dallas cowboys owner jerry jones after he said players who don't stand for the national anthem would not play for the cowboys she suggested fancy disagree should boycott the team's advertisers and merchandise.

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