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Canadian citizen is second in two days to be sentenced to death in China on drug charges

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Canadian citizen is second in two days to be sentenced to death in China on drug charges

"Two Canadian citizens have been given the death penalty by Chinese courts in the past two days from Beijing. NPR's Amy Chang has more A court in southern China sentence Canadian citizen You Jiawei to death on Friday after convicting him on drug manufacturing and smuggling charges. Local police reportedly found £480 of India in a hotel room. Yeah, used with five other men, all of whom were also found guilty. Is the second Canadian national to be hand of the capital punishment by the Chinese criminal justice system in two days. A day earlier, another Canadian citizen named Asuka home was sentenced to death for producing ketamine. A popular recreational drug to more Canadian men are in the process of appealing their death sentences handed down last year. Canadian police detained hallways chief Financial officer Moment Joe in 2018 on a warrant from the United States. China's Foreign Ministry denies that these death penalty cases are connected to the country's strained relationship for Canada. Imaging. NPR NEWS

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"On Thursday. I'm Dave Frieman. Good morning. You're listening to K Q. B D now 8 30 Live from NPR News. I'm Barbara Klein. Retail sales jumped 7.5% last month, the Commerce Department says spending on clothes more than doubled. It's the first time retail sales overall were higher than the previous year. Whether it's a trend is unclear. June's bounced that came before a surgeon Corona virus infections, and since then, several states are pulling back on reopening plans. China's economy is showing signs of recovering from the pandemic. NPR's Amy Chang reports. China's gross domestic product grew in the second quarter. China's economy bounced back to expansion territory in the second quarter by posting a 3.2% GDP increase. This is a market improvement from the record setting negative 6.8% in the first quarter. As a result of Countrywide quarantine orders. Experts point out that government stimulus in the industrial sector is the main driver behind this quarter's growth. NPR's Amy Chang. The Trump Administration is ordering hospitals to send Corona virus statistics directly to the Department of Health and Human Services and bypassed the CDC. Here's NPR's Ping one. HHS issued a statement saying that the CDC is reporting system was slow, and CDC director Robert Redfield said yesterday that there's a need to modernize their data collection systems that The timing for the move is unclear. This is NPR News Live from Kiki Dee News on Brian What? Vallejo officials are acknowledging that the windshield through which a police officer shot and killed Sean Monterroso last month has been destroyed. The city manager's office also says the police vehicle that belonged to is back on the street. The disclosure confirms claim make claims made public by civil rights attorney Melissa Nold. An attorney representing Monterroso is family, You know? Unfortunately, when the police police themselves this is how they police themselves, which is one of the excellent argument for why did police shouldn't be investigating themselves? Oh, Leo officials had already asked the Solano County District attorney's office, state prosecutors and the FBI to investigate the shooting. Now they're asking for the destruction of evidence to be probed as well. An officer shot Monterroso while he was kneeling outside a store that had been vandalized. Police have said the officer thought Monterroso had a gun. He had a hammer. California is suing the Trump Administration for repealing and replacing an Obama era rule, which provides a loan relief for students defrauded by for profit universities, State Attorney General Javier but Sarah says the new version eliminated all defences borrowers can use but one The school knowingly misrepresented facts, he says. That puts the burden on students to prove misconduct during this cove in 19 pandemic that for students or recent graduates who are trying to find her keep a job that the Department of Education Secretary DeVos ready this additional stress in their lives. The Department of Education says the changed rule protect students from fraud. Brian Want VD NEWS..

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China becomes first economy to grow since virus pandemic

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China becomes first economy to grow since virus pandemic

"By 1.6% in the first half of this year, But officials say in the second quarter of the year, the Chinese economy has gradually overcome the worst of the pandemic. NPR's Amy Chang reports from Beijing The same day. China's top epidemiologist claims that the domestic transmission of covert 19 is back under control again. Latest official data show that the country's second quarter GDP bounced back to a 3.2% increase. This is the weakest expansion on record. But nearly three months ago, China reported a 6.8% GDP contraction, the first ever decline since at least 1992. The rebound overtook analyst expectations and signal that the world's second largest economy is slowly recovering. Expert point out that government stimulus in the industrial sector is the main driver behind the quarter's growth. Consumer spending posted a weaker performance as people are still cautious about outings. Movie theaters, among other entertainment venues remain closed for fear of large scale infection. Amy Chang NPR News Beijing Secretary of state, Mike

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst. Roger Stone President. Trump's ally is in a federal courtroom in Washington at this hour to be sentenced for obstructing congressional into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen. Us presidential election. Trump is defending his friend and attack the judge the jury forewoman and prosecutors over the sentence recommendation of at least seven years in prison attorney. General William Bar than personally intervened backing off that recommendation prompting for prosecutors to quit the case stone is the sixth trump associate convicted and the last person indicted in former special counsel. Robert Muller's investigation early voting in Nevada is over as NPR's miles parks reports Democrats in the states. Say They are pleased with the results. Ahead of Saturday's caucuses nearly seventy five thousand Democrats caucus early. The party says and from the majority of those people it was their first time caucusing. Early voting sites were set up across the state from Saturday through Tuesday and almost half of the total participation came on the final day. The numbers mean Democrats will almost surely pass the turnout from the two thousand sixteen primary winner on eighty four thousand people caucus te and they will probably approach the record turnout of two thousand eight. When almost one hundred twenty thousand people turned out. The party's using new technology this year to integrate the early votes into the caucus process. They will be tabulated as if the people who caucus early were in their respective precincts for Saturday's caucuses miles parks. Npr News. Las Vegas the Chinese province at the center of the Corona Virus. Outbreak is asking companies to delay work for another two and a half weeks. Npr's Amy Chang reports on China's latest effort to keep the virus from spreading for the third time the Lunar New Year who based pushing back the date for companies in the province to resume work March. Eleven this now. The earliest workers returned to their jobs. But even that remains to be seen. Hundreds of new cases continued to be added each day even though the rest of China was supposed to come back from the Lunar New Year Hiatus early last week. Factory Assembly lines are still short-staffed across the country. Most workers who went home for the holiday our asses admit themselves to a fourteen day isolation period before they report for duty and many others were stuck in quarantine Assam. Rural villages remain lockdown experts predict that if economy continues to drag sectors Facturing and consumer goods may face long-term Damages Amy Chang. Npr News Beijing. In Germany. A mass shooting has left at least eleven people dead after a gunman opened fire at several locations in Hanau a suburb of Frankfurt last night. Police say the suspect shot and killed nine people in two bars later. His body and that of his mother were found in his apartment nearby. Authorities are investigating reports that the suspect was influenced by far-right extremism. All Street is trading and mix territory at this hour. The Dow is down forty. Six Nasdaq down. Eighteen thousand..

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China confirms first healthcare worker fatality from coronavirus: state media

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China confirms first healthcare worker fatality from coronavirus: state media

"China is confirming the death of a doctor who died from the new coronavirus of first fatale the among health care workers in Pierce Amy Chang has the latest on the outbreak in China a sixty two year old doctor from who we province passed away as a result of the coronavirus on the first day of the lunar new year according to Chinese media of the ear nose and throat specialist was transferred to a hospital in Wuhan the epicenter of the outbreak when he was first suspected of having been affected he's a come to his illness one week later health workers are among the most of risk of being infected by the virus as the number of people seeking diagnosis or treatment overwhelmed hospitals across the park the latest how we operate possessed total number of infected patients around the country I'm more than one thousand two hundred including over forty deaths any training news Beijing confirmed cases of the new corona virus have been reported in the eleven other countries including two in the United

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"Live from NPR news Washington on Child Snyder. President Trump's defense team will get its first chance to mount a defense of the president today. Trump's lawyers ears preparing to begin their presentation a couple of hours after house. Impeachment managers wrapped up their arguments for the president's removal last night as imperious Brampton Booker reports in his closing remarks congressman. Adam Schiff says the facts house Democrats laid out over the course of three days have been proven. He told senator serving as jurors. I in the impeachment trial that president trump abused his power and obstructed congress in his dealings with Ukraine president trump thus warrants impeachment and trial while removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor trust or profit under the United States. That will be for you you to decide. The focus of the Senate impeachment trial now shifts to trump's legal team which begin presenting defense arguments later today Braxton Booker. NPR News the capital of the lawyer for lead par indicted Associated Rudy. Giuliani says. He has provided that the panel that Congressman Schiff leads the House intelligence committee with a video recording in which president trump talks about firing burri. Ivanovich the former ambassador to Ukraine Ivanovich has become a key figure in the impeachment investigation. ABC You see. News first reported on the recording China's confirming the death of a doctor who died from the new corona virus the first fatality among healthcare workers. In Pierce Amy. Chang has the latest latest on the outbreak in China. A sixty two year old doctor from WHO Bay province passed away as a result of the corona virus on the first day of the lunar year. According to Chinese media the ear nose IOS and throat specialists was transferred to a hospital in Wuhan the epicenter of the outbreak when he was I suspected of having been infected he succumbed to his illness one week later health. Health workers are among the most at risk of being infected by the virus as a number of people seeking diagnosis through treatment overwhelmed hospitals across hot. The latest tally of outbreak puts the total number of infected patients around the country. I'm more than one thousand two hundred including over forty deaths. Amy Chang Impair News. Beijing confirmed cases. This is the new corona virus have been reported in eleven other countries including two in the United States. Starting today India says it is restoring partial Internet service to its northernmost territory of Jammu in Kashmir the government cut phones and Internet nearly six months ago to quell dissent as it stripped the region of its special autonomy. NPR's Orrin prayer has more from Mumbai. Rights groups say this has been the longest internet shutdown in any democracy. India's own Supreme Court has it's called an abusive power. Opposition politicians foreign governments on the United Nations voiced concern. Now the government is allowing Kashmiri is back online but only only two three hundred government approved websites and no social media. Local politicians remain under house. Arrest you're listening to. NPR News rescue crews are searching for those who remain missing following the earthquake that struck eastern Turkey. A quake had a magnitude of at least six point seven and there have been scores of aftershocks. At least twenty two people now reported dead but officials warned the death toll may rise as crews searched. The rubble of collapsed buildings Turkey's interior minister. I said today that thirty nine people have been rescued. The trump administration threatening to withhold federal healthcare funds from California over the State's requirement that insurance prince companies cover abortion services member station K. Q. E. D. in San Francisco. Peter Jon Shuler reports the US Department of Health and Human Services Alleges California India is violating so-called federal conscience laws by mandating the abortion coverage the move stems from complaints by to southern California religious groups state officials on reproductive rights. Activists were quick to respond. Attorney General Heavier but Sarah accused the president of political grandstanding and said he would fight this quote by any means necessary. Jody Hicks had planned parenthood in the state called the action an attack on the most marginalized communities for NPR news. I'm Peter Jon in San Francisco. Administration's announcement came ahead of president. Trump's appearance at the march for life rally in Washington. He became the first sitting the president to speak at the annual rally couple of astronauts outside the International Space Station this morning. There completing repairs to detector used to search for evidence of dark dark matter finishing work begun in November to replace the instruments cooling system on trial Snyder N._p._R.. News from Washington..

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Coronavirus outbreak: doctor in Wuhan hospital dies as army medics flown in

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Coronavirus outbreak: doctor in Wuhan hospital dies as army medics flown in

"China's confirming the death of a doctor who died from the new corona virus the first fatality among healthcare workers. In Pierce Amy. Chang has the latest latest on the outbreak in China. A sixty two year old doctor from WHO Bay province passed away as a result of the corona virus on the first day of the lunar year. According to Chinese media the ear nose IOS and throat specialists was transferred to a hospital in Wuhan the epicenter of the outbreak when he was I suspected of having been infected he succumbed to his illness one week later health. Health workers are among the most at risk of being infected by the virus as a number of people seeking diagnosis through treatment overwhelmed hospitals across hot. The latest tally of outbreak puts the total number of infected patients around the country. I'm more than one thousand two hundred including over forty deaths. Amy Chang Impair News. Beijing confirmed cases. This is the new corona virus have been reported in eleven other countries including two in the United States.

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Nora Raum House. Democrats have wrapped up their third and final day of arguments that president trump should be convicted and removed from office by the Senate over his dealings with Ukraine. NPR's John Newman reports Democrats say. President trump tried to co worser HORSA foreign government into interfering in the upcoming presidential election and then obstructed house impeachment investigation lead impeachment prosecutor. Adam Schiff argued argued. The president will continue to abuse his power unless Congress intervenes to remove him from office if you can believe that asking for investigations of your political opponents and and using the power of your office to make it so as perfectly fine then there is nothing that would stop you from doing it again. Trump's legal team will begin. Its own opening arguments hence on Saturday. Trump's lawyers within twenty four hours over three days to make their case before a period of questioning by the senators genuine NPR news Washington and president trump appeared Friday in Washington at the annual anti-abortion March for life rally. He's the first sitting president to appear in person at the event he he told thousands of cheering participants that unborn. Children have never had a stronger defender in the White House. The trump administration is threatening to withhold old federal healthcare funds from California over the State's requirement. That insurance companies cover abortion services for member station K.. Q. E. D. in San Francisco. Peter Jon Shuler reports the US Department of Health and Human Services. Alleges California is violating so-called federal conscience laws by mandating the abortion coverage. The move stems from complaints by to southern California religious groups state officials on reproductive rights. Activists were quick to respond. Attorney General Fear but Sarah accused the president of political grandstanding and said he would fight this quote by any means necessary. Jody Hicks had a planned. Parenthood in the state called the action an attack on the most marginalized communities for NPR news. I'm Peter Jon Shuler in San Francisco. China China confirms the death of a doctor who passed away from the new corona virus the first fatality among healthcare workers. NPR's Amy Chang reports the latest escalation of the viral outbreak unfolding in China. A sixty two year old doctor from WHO Bay province passed away as a result of the corona virus in the first day of the lunar new New Year. He was transferred to a hospital in Hon. The epicenter of the outbreak seven days before his death health workers like him are among the most of risk of being infected by the disease. NPR's Amy Chang reporting more than twelve hundred people have contracted the virus forty. One people died. All the deaths occurred in China. There are on now to confirmed cases in the US one in Washington State and one in Illinois this is NPR news from Washington. Hundreds of people protested Friday at the state capital in Jackson Mississippi demanding that Parchman state penitentiary be shut down because of the violence. At least ten inmates have died at the facility in less than a month including three this week to were beaten to death. A third was found hanged in his cell L. protesters called the deaths state sanctioned murder a US attorney in California says a solar companies billion dollar Ponzi scheme is as the largest ever uncovered in his district Bob Moffitt with capital public radio in Sacramento reports. DC solar sold eleven thousand mobile solar generators that were never built DC Solar Jeff Pollack Karpov have pleaded guilty in federal court to selling way more solar generators than their company built and for using inflated had sales figures to bring in a billion dollars in investments. US Attorney McGregor Scott says the scheme paid for the owners lavish lifestyle and provided a way to pay off the original investors. There's these were very large very sophisticated. Some very well known investment firms and they were investing hundreds of millions of dollars the Karpov offs forfeited property. Worth one hundred twenty million dollars. But that's a fraction owed to the victims the US Treasury is trying to recoup the half a billion dollars it's owed for tax credits at issue to consumers who never received their generators for NPR news. I'm Bob Moffitt. In Sacramento a powerful explosion leveled aware house in Houston Texas early Friday morning. A thirty say two people were killed most likely workers. The cause of the blast is under investigation. I'm Nora Raum N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh. The prosecution and defense in President. Trump's impeachment trial will each have twenty ninety four hours to present their arguments but Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell has changed his resolution so that instead of crunching those hours into two days parties. We'll get three days ace. Both sides are debating the rules that will govern the trial in the Senate. The president stands accused of abuse of power in connection to his dealings with Ukraine. Here's Congressman Adam. Schiff the house manager leading the prosecution in the Senate. The first article abuse of power charges the president with soliciting a foreign power to help him cheat in the next election and trump is also charged with obstruction of Congress. The president maintains he is the victim of a democratic witch-hunt in trump's defense White House counsel Pat Sip Baloney. He tells US Senate. The President has nothing that warranted impeachment. We believe that once you hear those initial presentations the only conclusion will be that the president has done absolutely nothing wrong. The first case of infection with a new corona virus has been discovered covered in the United States. A person traveling from Wuhan China to Washington State has been diagnosed with pneumonia subsequent tests. Show that the person has the virus Harris which can cause pneumonia and severe cases. It can lead to death. The case was detected prior to the implementation of screening at three. US airports last Friday. Friday Iran is backtracking on its offer to send black boxes from down Ukrainian passenger jet aboard for analysis. NPR's Peter Kenyon in reports. Iran wants to handle the voice recorders and flight data itself Iran had said it was ready to send the black boxes to Ukraine only to reverse itself the next day in demand equipment from the US and France to analyze the information in Iran. One hundred and seventy six people were killed in Ukraine International Airlines crash. Iran's military has admitted firing hiring russian-made anti-aircraft missiles at the passenger jet saying it was mistaken for an incoming cruise missile the Iranian missile attack came after a US drone strike killed. Iran's top general. Oh Qassem Suleimani when he was in Iraq in Iranian lawmaker reportedly speaking on behalf of Carmen Soo. The money's hometown offered a three million dollar reward for quote. Whoever kills sales trump president trump ordered the strike against the money Peter Kenyon? NPR News. Extendable the former chief of Interpol is sentenced to more than a decade in prison by a Chinese nine east court. NPR's Amy Chang reports in the fall of a senior Communist Party official due to charges of bribery. The former president of Interpol is sentenced to thirteen and a half years in prison. Prison after a Chinese court found him guilty of corruption. Authorities accused of accepting bribes worth two point one million dollars when he serves China's vice minister of Public Security Security. He's one of the high profile officials recently brought down by Chinese president. Xi Jinping's anti corruption campaign. Amy Chang reporting this is NPR news. The Philippine Taal Volcano has produced more than a quarter of a million evacuees ten days after rubbing and towering plumes blooms of gas and steam signed has monitoring the volcanic activity save. The danger is not over. NPR's Julie McCarthy boarded a Philippine Air Force helicopter today for an aerial view of.

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"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. The parameters of president trump's impeachment trial will be debated today in the Senate Democrats in Congress are objecting to rules proposed by Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell arguing. They limit their time and ability to present evidence. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis says McConnell proposes each side. Have Up to twenty four hours over two days to make opening statements. McConnell said earlier this month month he had the votes to approve the resolution but didn't reveal it specifics publicly until last night. A Republican aide says the plan provides the right structure for the trial but Democrats say would force twelve hour days of arguments and significantly delays the question of calling witnesses and evidence. That's NPR's Claudia Chrysalis the house accusing trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress as the Senate deals with impeachment. President trump is in Davos Switzerland today for the World Economic Comic Forum a new poll from NPR the PBS Newshour and marist shows American. Voters are concerned about the threat of foreign interference in US elections nations. NPR's Pam Bessler says more than four in ten people surveyed believe the country is not prepared to keep the November elections safe and secure the findings come just as voting about to begin in what's expected to be a highly contentious presidential race while most Americans think the elections will be fair and accurate forty four percent think many votes will not be counted. A third believe it's likely that a foreign country will tamper with votes and most expect foreign disinformation campaigns campaigns. Most Republicans think the country's prepared to keep the election secure but most Democrats do not fifty six percent of Americans say president trump has not upton enough to protect the elections. A slight majority thinks that president is actually encouraging foreign interference Pam tessler. NPR News Washington in China a fourth person diagnosed with a new strain of respiratory virus has died as NPR's Amy Chang reports. Dozens have been infected. The southern Chinese Chinese city of Wuhan reports a new fatal case of iron ammonia bring the overall number of deaths two four. The patient was an eighty nine year old man with serious underlying health. Conditions of the one hundred. Ninety eight case hunt has confirmed local. Health officials recently disclosed the fifteen our medical professionals. The virus has also spread to multiple cities cities within China overnight. Shanghai reports that has diagnosed and hospitalized. Its first to patients in Beijing is currently treating five. The head of an expert panel appointed wanted by China's National Health Commission confirmed that this virus Canon has transmitted between humans. He pointed to examples in which patients had not traveled to hun the epicenter of outbreak break. But may have contracted the infection from family members. Who had visited Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing this is NPR news from Washington. Police in Texas. Say they've arrested a nineteen year old man on murder charges stemming from a deadly shooting in San Antonio Police say two people were killed and five injured at a bar and music venue on the city's river walk and happened Sunday night. Police say an argument led to the gunfire. Cure in Christopher Williams is facing charges of capital murder. The Mexican government says it won't allow a caravan of migrants from Central America to enter the country. James Frederick Rick has more after.

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Five patients quarantined in China's Zhejiang for respiratory illness

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Five patients quarantined in China's Zhejiang for respiratory illness

"To patients in Beijing and one in Shenzhen had been diagnosed with pneumonia caused by a new strain of corona virus according to local health officials. All three patients have traveled in the last month to hun a city of eleven million in southern China where the outbreak originated these. Three cases aces are the domestic ones confirmed outside of John marking the spread of the virus within China. Meanwhile the situation escalates in one as officials reported one hundred and thirty thirty six new cases over this possibly can alone including one fatality as hundreds of millions of people gear up to travel for the Chinese New Year authorities in large cities around the country. Entry say they're wrapping up screening measures at major transportation. Hubs Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing.

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"Fiery groups. Were nearly split evenly between those who say the president resident deserves four more years and those who want him out. Now this all comes before the Senate impeachment trial Andrew Lewanda as a trump supporter standing near traffic traffic. This trump twenty twenty banner. He says the president's following strong in this traditionally liberal city. Yeah we get way more haunting than than other things like people flipping off but most people honk. I mean there's a lot of conservatives more than you believe in Eugene and a lot of us are actually from here like me. Oregon's reliably a blue state though trump trump lawsuit to Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen by eleven percentage points for NPR news. I'm Brian Bowl in Eugene Oregon security being tightened in the Virginia the State Capitol ahead of tomorrow's gun rights rally authorities in Richmond. Say they're expecting several thousand people. As states newly democratic controlled legislature considers new new gun restrictions last week authorities arrested six members of a neo. Nazi group they say three. We're planning to attend the Richmond Rally this is NPR news health officials in China reporting seventeen new cases of a viral for a new form of a new form of viral pneumonia. Rather that has sickened dozens of people in the century in central city of Han. A statement issued today says more than sixty cases in all have now been identified. Many countries in Asia started started screening incoming airline passengers from Iran as a precaution screenings also being carried out at three airports in the US in Los Angeles San Francisco New York. China remains the most populous country in the world. But it's birth rate continues to fall appears Amy Chang reports what. The latest demographic data may mean for China's future church China added more than four million people to total population last year. Setting a record high at just above one point four billion but the country's birth rate which stood a slightly the over ten thousand dropped his lowest point since nineteen forty nine the year China was founded the National Statistics Bureau also released data showing that people aged sixty or are older now make up more than eighteen percent of the population. Meanwhile the working age group declined by nearly nine hundred thousand. China moved away from its decades-long one child the policy in two thousand sixteen in an attempt to reverse the trend towards an ageing society yet. The news is adjusted experts that the government's pushed for couples to have more children. It has achieved little success Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing teams who will play in the Super Bowl being decided today. The Tennessee titans playing the Kansas. The city cheese for the A._F._C.. Title the afternoon and then Green Bay will play San Francisco for the N._F._C.. Crown this evening on Trial Snyder N._p._R. News..

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U.S. Warns Citizens in China About Pneumonia Outbreak

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00:59 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Warns Citizens in China About Pneumonia Outbreak

"The state of Herman is warning US citizens in China about a pneumonia outbreak in a southern Chinese city it's because he's not known and peers Amy Chang reports on the latest on the mysterious cluster of viral illnesses the US centers for disease control and prevention issued a health alert to American citizens traveling to the city of Wuhan warning them to avoid contact with animals and animal products but health officials in Wuhan have reported forty one cases of viral pneumonia including one fatality in a patient with other serious underlying health conditions a seafood market where many patients worked as vendors was shut down for disinfection according to the World Health Organization Chinese officials claim that a new strain of coronavirus is responsible for the outbreak although China has not detected any new cases is January third a woman traveling from one hundred highland last week is hospitalized after she tested positive for the same viral strain that affected the forty one patients in Wuhan Amy trying and Turner's

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

"amy chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein. Trump administration officials are rejecting criticism that president trump's threats against Iran violate international laws of war. Trump has tweeted the. US will target sites important to Iranian culture if Tehran retaliates for the the US assassination of a top Iranian military official NPR's. Amy held reports on the Sunday Morning Talk Show Circuit Secretary of State. Mike pompeo denied trump trump. Ever said he would attack a cultural site. President trump had tweeted that the US has targeted fifty two Iranian sites including those important to Iranian culture. Alter he did not expand but mohammad-javad Zarif Iran's foreign minister said targeting its cultural sites would be a war crime. International laws of armed conflict prohibits ebbets such attacks pompeo spoke to. ABC's this week we'll be lawfully. We'll behave inside the system. We we always have and we always will pompeo said trump doesn't want war four but he will protect the US going to respond against the actual decision makers the people who are causing a threat any held NPR news. Britain's Foreign Secretary -tary says the trump administration's assassination of a top Iranian military. Commander is not an act of war at the same time. NPR's Joanna kisses kisses in London reports the UK is urging the US and Iran to show restraint the UK's Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb told Britain's Sky News that he understands Dan why the US killed top. Ronnie Military Commander Cost Him. Selemani was regional menace and we understand the position that the Americans found themselves in and they have a right to exercise self defense. They explained the basis on which Dot Com and we sympathetic rob also urged the US and Iran to dial down aggressive rhetoric award factors in no one's interest. The only people that would gain would be terrorists that would exploiting evacue. President trump has threatened more than fifty targets. If Iran retaliates Joanna Kakissis. NPR News London in East Africa. The Somali based al-shabaab Islamist slalomist group has attacked an airfield in Kenya. That's used by U S forces. US aircraft and vehicles are destroyed the US military says the situation. -TUATION is fluid. Thousands of demonstrators are marching from the tip of Manhattan across the Brooklyn Bridge today to protest anti-semitism Jewish organizations called for the no hate no fear solidarity rally after a rash of violent attacks on Orthodox Jewish communities in New York and New Jersey. Easy in recent weeks. Sarah Towel is among the demonstrators. Sam So proud to stand up for the Jewish people show solidarity and show a commitment. I think that this will never happen again. The New York region has the largest Jewish population outside Israel this is NPR. Temperatures are falling in parts of southeast Australia after a blistering heatwave fueled raging bushfires but wins are shifting and that's presenting new challenges. NPR's Jason Bogan is in New South Wales and says wildlife is hit hard one researcher at a local university estimated that a half a billion animals with a b have been killed so far in this fire season the amount of territory that has been destroyed. It's huge we're getting reports out of kangaroo island that Farmers going around with shotguns putting down their animals that were badly burned as the fires came through in a are severely injured. It's really newbie heartbreaking from that perspective because obviously the animals have a much harder time getting out of the way things. NPR's Jason Bobin reporting from New South. Wales the Chinese health officials are trying to identify what's causing a pneumonia outbreak in a southern city. NPR's Amy Chang reports. They've they've ruled out several contagious respiratory diseases fifty. Nine people are diagnosed with viral pneumonia in the city of Hun while the City Health Commission says the cost of their illness remains remains unknown. It has denied that outbreak linked to severe acute respiratory syndrome. An infectious disease. That killed three hundred twenty nine people in a nationwide epidemic eighteen years ago. NPR's Amy Chang. The Hollywood foreign press hands out the Golden Globe awards later today in Los Angeles Net flicks productions lead in total nominations. Nations comedian and actor Ricky Gervais as returns as host of the show. I'm Barbara Klein N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"amy chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"President Trump has signed bills that fund the Federal Government through September of Twenty twenty. That's the rest of the fiscal year. The one point four trillion dollar budget package averts a government shutdown next week among them is the defense authorization authorization and is. NPR's Amy Chang reports. It's drawing sharp criticism from China. The Foreign Affairs Committee of China's National People's Congress expressed quote strong disatisfaction action with the National Defense Authorization Act after President Trump signed the bill into law. Beijing called it quote interference in Chinese domestic affairs and National People's Congress spokesperson objected. I got to tell in the bill that affirmed. US Arm. Sales to the self-governing Taiwan a renegade province in Beijing is the spokesperson said this undermines both US trying to relations and the peace instability in the Taiwan Straits he further pushed back on provision in the bill that support pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. And another that commissioned a report to examine Beijing's treatment weaker Muslims in Xinjiang

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04:37 min | 1 year ago

"amy chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump has signed bills that fund the Federal Government through September of Twenty twenty. That's the rest of the fiscal year. The one point four trillion dollar budget package averts a government shutdown next week among them is the defense authorization authorization and is. NPR's Amy Chang reports. It's drawing sharp criticism from China. The Foreign Affairs Committee of China's National People's Congress expressed quote strong disatisfaction action with the National Defense Authorization Act after President Trump signed the bill into law. Beijing called it quote interference in Chinese domestic affairs and National People's Congress spokesperson objected. I got to tell in the bill that affirmed. US Arm. Sales to the self-governing Taiwan a renegade province in Beijing is the spokesperson said this undermines both US trying to relations and the peace instability in the Taiwan Straits he further pushed back on provision in the bill that support pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. And another that commissioned a report to examine Beijing's treatment weaker Muslims in Xinjiang amy trying. NPR News Beijing authorities in New York of announced what they say is the largest take down of Ms Thirteen. Eighteen gang members in state history. They've charged ninety six alleged gang members and their associates on Long Island J.. Shove member station. -ATION WCHS reports. The nearly two year investigation was conducted by Long Island law enforcement working with the FBI. The Drug Enforcement Administration Homeland Security already and New York. State Police Suffolk County police. Commissioner Geraldine Heart says. They have drastically damaged. The gangs presence in the region. These efforts they see today have led to a dramatic attic decrease in MS thirteen violence and gang activity in Suffolk County. We know that MS thirteen violence knows no bounds. Which is why investigations nations like? This are so critical law enforcement. Say the fight is not over and the expect gang leaders to try to rebuild their operation in New York for NPR news. I'm Jay Shaw Wall. Oh Street investors are celebrating a tenth. record-setting week Steve Beck. No reports several factors fueled the gains Santa Claus rallies are common common but this December Wall Street has reason to be bullish though the economy has cooled it has surmounted a global slowdown trade tensions and other risks they show resilience plus investors are relieved that the US and China have suspended their tariff war. That North America will soon have a new trade pact and and that rightly or wrongly the UK's exit from the European Union now seems sure it all makes for more certainty. The hopeful mood is reflected not just in all-time time stock highs but in rising bond yields that ease recession fears for the week. The Dow rose one and an eighth percent. The S. and P. is up one and two thirds and and the tech heavy Nasdaq two and two tenths percent for NPR news. I'm Steve Bucknor this is NPR news the Department of Homeland Security's internal watchdog says US immigration. Officials are not culpable and the deaths of two migrant children in a year ago some advocates question. The way they were treated when they were held in detention hours before they died of bacterial infections. Pope Francis today warned that rigidity based on fear of change is contributing to the Roman Catholic churches loss of influence NPR. Sylvia Pohjola reports Francis. Delivered the message today. In his annual end-of-year speech Pope Francis told Vatican officials that the Catholic Church needs new power our dogs to function in Contemporary Society. Where he said quote we are no longer the ones who produced culture no longer? The first nor the most listened to we are no longer under a Christian regime. He added because the faith especially in Europe but also in much of the West no longer constitutes an obvious premise but is often undenied. Derided marginalized and ridiculed Francis also warned the officials who administer the Vatican's many departments against rigidity which he said is born. I'm from fear of change and ends up. Spreading fences and obstacles in the terrain of the common good turning it into a minefield of misunderstanding and hatred Sylvia so people jolie. NPR News Rome NASA and Boeing or updating the status of the star liner spacecraft. This hour it launched yesterday but didn't reach the correct orbit to get to the International Space Station. I'm Barbara Klein N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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China Criticizes U.S. Defense Bill as Interference

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China Criticizes U.S. Defense Bill as Interference

"President Trump has signed bills that fund the Federal Government through September of Twenty twenty. That's the rest of the fiscal year. The one point four trillion dollar budget package averts a government shutdown next week among them is the defense authorization authorization and is. NPR's Amy Chang reports. It's drawing sharp criticism from China. The Foreign Affairs Committee of China's National People's Congress expressed quote strong disatisfaction action with the National Defense Authorization Act after President Trump signed the bill into law. Beijing called it quote interference in Chinese domestic affairs and National People's Congress spokesperson objected. I got to tell in the bill that affirmed. US Arm. Sales to the self-governing Taiwan a renegade province in Beijing is the spokesperson said this undermines both US trying to relations and the peace instability in the Taiwan Straits he further pushed back on provision in the bill that support pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. And another that commissioned a report to examine Beijing's treatment weaker Muslims in Xinjiang

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"amy chang" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine herbst after announcing a phase one trade agreement with the US. China has now delayed tariffs on American reports that previously been set to go into effect today. If here's Amy Chang. Reports on the latest reprieve the US China trade dispute in response to the US postponing joining I plan tariff increase and cutting some existing terrorists in half the State Council in Beijing suspended its own retaliatory penalties on US goods so as farm products and automobile parts this this decision came after top officials in both countries reached consensus on an interim trade deal according to the US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer Chinese negotiators committed to purchasing a forty billion dollars of agricultural products over the next two years in addition to promising reforms on issues like technology transfer details about win where the phase one trade deal before. Malaya's are unclear officials in Beijing. These questions on answer during Friday's press conference but Washington says it is aiming to sign early next month Amy Chang. NPR News Beijing during a historic vote on Capitol Hill. This week as the Democratic led House is expected to vote to impeach president trump. A trial will then be held in the Republican and led Senate which is expected to acquit him. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy spent today encouraging his state to embrace its diversity in the wake of an attack Kinda Kosher market in Jersey City last Tuesday. And here's Jeff. Radio reports authorities labeled the attack domestic terrorism and said it was motivated by hatred for Jews and police. Jersey City is the most diverse city in the most diverse state according to Governor Phil Murphy and while that has sometimes led to conflict Murphy said it's also a point of pride right. He took that message to mount. His African Methodist Episcopal church Sunday morning. We're.

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

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Alibaba stock comes out with a bang in Hong Kong debut

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Alibaba stock comes out with a bang in Hong Kong debut

"Five years after its record breaking IPO in New York China's tech giant Alibaba Baba has closed its secondary listing in Hong Kong. NPR's Amy Chang reports. The public offering is a vote of confidence in a city. Beset by ongoing protests Obama has raised more than eleven billion dollars Hong Kong Stock Exchange Makings listing the largest extreme to see this year originally scheduled for August listing was pushed back due to escalating protest again the Hong Kong government over now withdrawn extradition bill. The stock sale is a boost for Hong Kong status as a global financial hub by listening to Hong Kong. ALIBABA has access to investors in both million in China stock connected Hong Kong as well as investors in the US in twenty fourteen Alibaba set the record of the time for the largest initial public offering in the world raising twenty five a billion dollars in the New York Stock Exchange. The company said he would continue to be publicly traded New York

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Things Considered from NPR news All Things Considered is starting at four thirty this afternoon hope you can join us for that that's about when the rain will be coming down in the North Bay winds up to fifty miles per hour are expected in the North Bay and then we'll have rain spread southward into tonight some significant wind and also some significant rain is in the forecast it's KQED public radio I'm Beth hi Zynga it's morning edition continuing here and the time is three thirty the morning live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly congressional Democrats say they expect to release a report on the impeachment inquiry of president trump and Ukraine after the thanksgiving holiday NPR's Claudia course Ali says the chairman of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff says his committee is summarizing evidence once the intelligence committee hands over its report it will be up to the house Judiciary Committee to take the lead on drafting any articles of impeachment in a letter to his democratic colleagues Schiff says the evidence from the impeachment inquiry shows what he calls a months long effort by president trump to seek foreign interference in US elections for his political benefit at the expense of our national interests shift doesn't rule out future hearings for depositions but says lawmakers already have a considerable amount of evidence before them president trump insists he said nothing inappropriate in his July phone call with Ukraine's president a search for survivors is under way today in Albania where a strong earthquake has toppled apartment buildings and left at least seven people dead as Christopher live say reports it's the second such quake in two months the first quake struck back in September and at the time the government said it was the most powerful in nearly forty years but this latest earthquake was stronger and unlike the first deadly rescuers are still searching the rubble for survivors this is NPR news from Washington the next couple of days will be a challenge for many of those traveling in the U. S. for the thanksgiving holiday the National Weather Service has posted winter storm warnings in more than a dozen states from northern California to Michigan some areas are under a blizzard warning up to a foot of snow was likely in parts of Colorado and Wyoming hundreds of airline flights are canceled today many of them at Denver's International Airport shares of Chinese AECOM worst giant Alibaba jumped more than six and a half percent today in the company's debut on Hong Kong stock exchange NPR's Amy Chang says it was five years ago Alibaba debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Obama has raised more than eleven billion dollars in Hong Kong stock exchange making listing the largest exchange has seen this year originally scheduled for August the listing.

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"amy chang" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"amy chang" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"It's terrific now i know the weather wasn't perfect for retail this quarter but i think macy's will tell a good longterm story when it reports wednesday morning now my was there last week to the fifth floor of the shoe store in bloomingdale's that won't count for this quarter so you're not gonna see that pump that she gave them to the close we hear from two of my absolute favorite companies with two of the best in the business take two interactive twa oh by strauss's run by strauss zellner and cisco run by chuck robbins both have a track record of reporting excellent numbers i bet that will continue when it comes to take to lots of people have been concerned about the popularity of these online free for all shooters like fortnight and player unknowns battlegrounds the consensus was that these steel business from the more established players but then electric arts ea reported this week and it was an incredible quarter i think take two of similarly fabulous story to tell especially with the red new red dead redemption game coming out later this year i can't wait to hear that cole remember red dead goes jives very well with invidious graphic cards more on that later cisco caught fire the leadership of of chuck robbins fantastic quarter after fantastic quarter as company moved more aggressively software and the internet of things i'll be talking about the recent two hundred seventy million dollar acquisition of a company this is a business intelligence play run by the brilliant amy chang i cannot think about better person to help cisco reinvent itself as a trusted partner to its clients on a much deeper level just hardware watch for that acquisition thursday we get results from walmart now earlier this week walmart shelledout sixteen billion dollars to buy flip the indian amazon and one of the gutsiest move this company has ever made wall street hated it and sent the stock down badly i think that's ridiculous with china dominated by alibaba and the us the province of amazon one more need to try to take a piece of the second most populous country on earth but last time we'll might report it's e commerce business showed a rather dramatic deceleration and the stock was hammered at this point the stock is so low that i have to believe a week number we'll get ignored and a number just even just a little bit positive guests this.

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MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"amy chang" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"It's terrific now i know the weather wasn't perfect for retail this quarter but i think macy's will tell a good longterm story when it reports wednesday morning now my was there last week to the fifth floor of the shoe store in bloomingdale's that won't count for this quarter so you're not gonna see that pump that she gave them to the close we hear from two of my absolute favorite companies with two of the best in the business take two interactive twa oh by strauss's run by strauss zellner and cisco run by chuck robbins both have a track record of reporting excellent numbers i bet that will continue when it comes to take to lots of people have been concerned about the popularity of these online free for all shooters like fortnight and player unknowns battlegrounds the consensus was that these steel business from the more established players but then electric arts ea reported this week and it was an incredible quarter i think take two of similarly fabulous story to tell especially with the red new red dead redemption game coming out later this year i can't wait to hear that cole remember red dead goes jives very well with invidious graphic cards more on that later cisco caught fire the leadership of of chuck robbins fantastic quarter after fantastic quarter as company moved more aggressively software and the internet of things i'll be talking about the recent two hundred seventy million dollar acquisition of a company this is a business intelligence play run by the brilliant amy chang i cannot think about better person to help cisco reinvent itself as a trusted partner to its clients on a much deeper level just hardware watch for that acquisition thursday we get results from walmart now earlier this week walmart shelledout sixteen billion dollars to buy flip the indian amazon and one of the gutsiest move this company has ever made wall street hated it and sent the stock down badly i think that's ridiculous with china dominated by alibaba and the us the province of amazon one more need to try to take a piece of the second most populous country on earth but last time we'll might report it's e commerce business showed a rather dramatic deceleration and the stock was hammered at this point the stock is so low that i have to believe a week number we'll get ignored and a number just even just a little bit positive guests this.

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"amy chang" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"amy chang" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Would we we said we want folks that are in technology we bought amy chang on the board this is somebody with an undergrads and graduate from stanford engineering hardwaresoftware worked at mckinsey for a number of years so got to see a number of different companies then what it ebay apply that technology to our space they went to google in a number of different levels and ended up as a global head of gluco add measurements in this started her own company is the founder and ceo of another digitally based company that person is forty years old brings diversity technical skills in many things were looking for that's what we're we're trying to do is find the best people are far more tonight just why not missiondriven drop of mr pelts did say that you cut back your digital spinning in the last quarter import to be able to have a better return would amy chiang mingcheng was added at the same time is true that you cut it back we cut the fourth quarter modest amount because we learned some of our ads were being served bahts and also some of our digital ads were an inappropriate content we vote with our money are digital spending you'd year is flat in the other thing is our digital spinney drives are ecommerce business are ecommerce is businesses twice the size of our next competitor we have a billion dollar business in the us growing at forty percent a billiondollar ecommerce business in china grown at forty percent we understand how to reach consumers winning weather receptive to the message we use all forms of media to do that but we haven't made a choice to cut digital spending other than to make sure it's efficiently being serve in leveraged okay wanting to know where you are in this blue verses white fight you're the blue are for instance who are your home on the stock mr pelts is the white court have you talked to the index funds have roughly eighteen percent have you talked to an of large shareholders because i mention this because mr pelts on our air said that lose is in part of his vocabulary should it.

amy chang mckinsey global head founder and ceo mr pelts china white court google amy chiang mingcheng forty percent eighteen percent billion dollar billiondollar forty years