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Deal to make Scholz German chancellor clears final hurdle
"Three three Ponti Ponti deal deal to to form form a a new new German German government government and and the the center center left left leader leader Olaf Olaf Scholz Scholz has has cleared cleared its its final final hurdle hurdle setting setting the the scene scene for for shields shields to to succeed succeed longtime longtime chancellor chancellor Angela Angela Merkel Merkel this this week week Germany's Germany's environmentalist environmentalist greens greens say say their their rank rank and and file file members members approved approved the the agreement agreement reached reached last last month month with with eighty eighty six six percent percent voting voting for for it it in in a a ballot ballot the the other other two two parties parties Schulz Schulz his his center center left left social social Democrats Democrats under under the the pro pro business business free free Democrats Democrats overwhelmingly overwhelmingly approved approved agreement agreement act act weekend weekend conventions conventions the the coalition coalition aims aims to to modernize modernize Europe's Europe's biggest biggest economy economy step step up up efforts efforts against against climate climate change change and and introduce introduce more more liberal liberal social social policies policies I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month a a three three party party deal deal to to form form a a new new German German government government and and the the center center left left leader leader Olaf Olaf Scholz Scholz has has cleared cleared its its final final hurdle hurdle setting setting the the scene scene for for shields shields to to succeed succeed longtime longtime chancellor chancellor Angela Angela Merkel Merkel this this week week Germany's Germany's
Fresh update on "angela merkel" discussed on AP News Radio
"3 Ponti deal to form a new German government and the center left leader Olaf Scholz has cleared its final hurdle setting the scene for shields to succeed longtime chancellor Angela Merkel this week 3 Ponti deal to form a new German government and the center left leader Olaf Scholz has cleared its final hurdle setting the scene for shields to succeed longtime chancellor Angela Merkel this week Germany's environmentalist greens say their rank and file members approved the agreement reached last month with 86 percent voting for it in a ballot the other 2 parties Schulz his center left social Democrats under the pro business free Democrats overwhelmingly approved agreement act weekend conventions the coalition aims to modernize Europe's biggest economy step up efforts against climate change and introduce more liberal social policies I'm Charles the last month a 3 party deal to form a new German government and the center left leader Olaf Scholz has cleared its final hurdle setting the scene for shields to succeed longtime chancellor Angela Merkel this week Germany's environmentalist greens say their rank and file members approved the agreement reached last month with 86 percent voting for it in a ballot the other 2 parties Schulz his center left social Democrats under the pro business free Democrats overwhelmingly approved agreement act weekend conventions the coalition aims to modernize Europe's biggest economy step up efforts against climate change and introduce more liberal social policies I'm Charles the last month a 3 party deal to form a new German government and the center left leader Olaf Scholz has cleared its final hurdle setting the scene for shields to succeed longtime chancellor Angela Merkel this week Germany's environmentalist greens say their rank and file members approved the agreement reached last month with 86 percent voting for it in a ballot the other 2 parties Schulz his center left social Democrats under the pro business free Democrats overwhelmingly approved agreement act weekend conventions the coalition aims to modernize Europe's biggest economy step up efforts against climate change and introduce more liberal social policies I'm Charles de Ledesma Germany's environmentalist greens say their rank and file members approved the agreement reached last month with 86 percent voting for it in a ballot the other 2 parties Schulz his center left social Democrats under the pro business free Democrats overwhelmingly approved agreement act weekend conventions the coalition aims to modernize Europe's biggest economy step up efforts against climate change and introduce more liberal social policies I'm Charles de Ledesma
"angela merkel" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"The world, Angela Merkel will receive her official farewell as Germany's Chancellor this evening, a position that she has held for the last 16 years. A special ceremony will take place in Berlin this evening where most of the Chancellor's choice of music will be performed by a military banner. Not most, but where three pieces of music will be performed by a military band. Now more than a few eyebrows have been raised after the Chancellor picked a track by Nina Hagen and Nina Hagen is also known as the grandmother of punk rock. Right, here goes.
Fresh update on "angela merkel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"For all crude group grades to the highest price since February 2020 before the pandemic even took hold Right let's get the latest now with global news headlines for bluebirds and George Come on Hannah Good morning Caroline while we start in France where the Republicans have nominated Valerie progress as their first woman presidential candidate Bloomberg's Caroline Conan has the details This primaries come as a surprise as we progress was far from being the favorite among the French Republicans Earlier this year she was reelected for a second mandate as a head of the Paris region because could become a real threat to president Emmanuel Macron as they both play in the same field with center right policies But you will also need to appeal to a more conservative part of the Republican electorate those who might be tempted by the far right eczema In Paris county colonel Bloomberg daybreak Europe In Germany the country's free Democrats backed a coalition deal with the social Democrats and greens The support brings social Democrats Olaf Schultz one step closer to replacing Angela Merkel as Chancellor on Wednesday The SPD already approved the deal and will get the results from a vote by the greens today They're also likely to endorse the agreement And Russia's president Vladimir Putin is visiting New Delhi today as billions of dollars of Russian weapons flow into India despite the risk of U.S. sanctions Bloomberg's are China choudhry tells us what to expect President Vladimir Putin is making his first phone trip in nearly 6 months for dogs with India's prime minister in a range of Modi The meeting comes as India takes delivery of Russia's S 400 missile defense system which is part of a $5 billion weapons deal Russian arms purchases by U.S. allies and partners can trigger sanctions And a similar move by turkey prompted the U.S. to ban Ankara from its fighter jet program But Washington may turn a blind eye for now Since India's support in the indo Pacific region is so important In New Delhi I'm actually not sure Bloomberg daybreak Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and Don Bloomberg quick take per by more than 2700 journals and analysts in more than a 120 countries had a George this is Bloomberg Caroline Thanks so much Hannah George Now the state of the pandemic here in the UK it's forced the government to take what they call a more balanced approach to tackling the spread this winter so the deputy prime minister Dominic rob over the weekend talking about holiday parties not needing to be canceled but people also should be cautious That seems to be the message Mandatory vaccines are not the right move for the UK though he was forceful in saying that one measured the government is enforcing pre departure coronavirus tests for all UK rivals Well joining me now to discuss this and more broadly the omicron variant is our Bloomberg editor Emma O'Brien who is leading our virus coverage for Asia Emma good morning The UK government call it balanced Is it Yeah well I think we're in a little bit of a wait and see moment with on The Crown right now So a little bit of caution and just watching as scientists really trying to code these things It's probably in order after that initial sort of rush when on the chrome burst onto the scene but that sequencing from Southern Africa We're now sort of waiting to see how those cases in South Africa in particular which has been very helpful and very open in sharing their experience This new variant it evoked The signs we're seeing thus far are cautiously quite optimistic It may be quite transmissible But it does appear to be quite mild thus far with the caveat that a lot of the people that we are seeing in it initially particularly in South Africa younger people Yeah we had more Moderna comments over the weekend and then today we also expect Sarah Gilbert who is the vaccine knowledge behind the Oxford AstraZeneca jab She's going to give a speech today too What more might we learn What more do we know in terms of the spread as you mentioned Would it be great to get a little bit more detail from her about what sort of changes if any will be required to the vaccines I mean it does seem to be a consensus that the vaccines may need to be updated to account for this new variant but to what extent they seem to be quite split Some of them not to concern about it thinking that they can get a slightly tweaked vaccine like Pfizer for example out pretty quickly Moderna sounding variously a little bit more pessimistic on that So any more information on what she's saying and how she views the response of this new mutation to the vaccines will be super helpful right now Yeah absolutely South Africa is saying that it's not seeing a surge in hospitalizations from oma corn And yet in Europe 17 countries have identified cases and we're battling this kind of fatigue around restrictions frankly and the need to get more Europeans to take the jab So how do you view the European response at the moment Yes I mean obviously behind those South Africans and watching to see how it is panning out there But they're very different places I mean you've got a very very high level of natural immunity in some cases in South Africa You are seeing it in a lot of younger people is the anecdotal evidence that is coming out So you know that does raise the risk that this response very differently in all the people or people who are unvaccinated So the European response by a sort of mix of some sort of travel curb which aren't really sort of panning out to be all that they were sold to be given that this thing is pretty much everywhere already right Okay Emma Thanks so much for your time Thank you for being with me That is absolutely Vegas at Emma O'Brien who.
"angela merkel" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"I was in the army in the 80s, whether I chair subcommittee to look into really what was going wrong and why I recruitment targets were consistently being missed. What we didn't anticipate was what then came. We had four and a half, 24,200 pieces of evidence submitted about the lived experiences of women in the military with some harrowing stories ranging from rape bullying intimidation and harassment. And all the way down to more minor issues like how women felt undervalued in their role in the military. So we decided to look into that further and of course the MOD have responded today as you've mentioned. And as the only female member of parliament who served in the army, how shocked were you by these findings? I was shocked. I was a little disappointed that since I was in the army in the 80s, things hadn't really progressed. For example, women have been on the front line for many, many years now. And yet their equipment and their clothing that they are issued to do the work of the government to protect our country our design for men and our ill fitting and actually compromise operational effectiveness. So I was shocked at that level that things hadn't progressed. But what really impacted our myself was the issues around rape harassment and bullying and how that was quite endemic within the military today. So we're at a stage where the government has agreed with most of your recommendations and we are going to unpick what their response has been. But how has their response left you feeling? I'm actually quite delighted. They've certainly shown a commitment. They've acknowledged there is a problem. That is a big step for the military the MOD to make. They've acknowledged a problem. And they have made some serious commitments to the future of women in the military. They have certainly said a target of increasing recruitment to 30% by 2030. And this is all ringing good bells for me, mainly because we really need to show our service women that they are valued. And I think the response we've had this morning from the Secretary of State for defense Ben Wallace, it's quite a thorough response, and it certainly shows an ongoing commitment to our service women and veterans. Now, I said that the government agreed with most of your recommendations, a key recommendation that they haven't agreed with, though, is that allegations of rape and sexual assault should be heard in a civilian court. They say allegations like that should still be heard in a military court as that left you disappointed. Yes, I think disappointed is probably a good word. You know, murder manslaughter serious sexual assault and rape will continue to be heard primarily in the military court. However, on Monday, the armed forces bill will look at what they call concurrent jurisdiction, which gives scope for the service and public prosecutors to overrule this rule. So cases can in certain circumstances be heard in a civilian court. But this is something I'm going to watch very closely with interest and the defense select committee will be reviewing progress on these recommendations as we go forward. That's encouraging to hear and according to this report, the defense secretary Ben Wallace wants to see women as part of that court martial process. Does that make things any better? Yes, Ben Wallace has gone a one step further and has added extra recommendations..
"angela merkel" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"And she said to you in 1998, I would like at some point to find the right moment to exit politics. I don't want to be a half dead wreck. Now she has been through an enormous amount and not without her controversies, politically. I know that's what this interview we're not talking about that in this interview. But she is about to step down. And I wonder how much she has changed. And if she's achieved her ambition not to be a half dead wreck. I think, you know, she is very smart. And she is the first one in Germany. I don't know in England, but at least in Germany who really stepped back by her free will. And mainly, people don't give up the power. Power is so seductive. And so, yeah, like, I would say like your dependent and power. And so it's her. I think that very special of Angela Merkel that she did it the first time. And so she has a Second Life, you know, no. And everybody is now curious about what she will do, but she doesn't talk about it. Are you going to are you going to keep photographing her? I still got a date in her diary? I would like to do it. But you know, normally when Angela Merkel said, no, it's finished, then it's finished. You know, it's not half have okay. Well, it's quite a striking book, indeed. Thank you very much for talking to us today. The book is called Angela Merkel portraits 1991 to 2021 with her Linda cobra as the photographer and the interviewer during those years with Angela Merkel. And you, as I say, so many great messages coming in about how your job has changed you. If I can not come back to a few more of those, but keeping with the theme of work, women who continue to work from home risk damaging their careers now staff are returning to the office. Excuse me, that's the start warning from top Bank of England official Catherine man that came out at the end of last week. She was talking to women in finance. She said not returning to the office will result in two track career development, but how true is that for all women within finance and beyond beyond the resolution foundation's research director Lindsey judge joins me now also Emma's Stuart cofounder and development director at timewise, a flexible working consultancy. In fact, actually, if I start with you, Emma, what did you make of that when you saw those remarks because of course so much of what you do is about flex, having that in your work?.
Germany embarks on tricky search for post-Merkel government
"Germany is embarking on a potentially lengthy search for its next government off to the center left social Democrats narrowly beat outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc leaders of the parties in the newly elected parliament the meeting to digest the result the soul Merkel's union bloc slumped to its worst ever result in a national election what is clear however is that this vote failed to set a clear direction for yours biggest economy under a new leader however the social Democrats left Schultz says voters have spoken very clearly by strengthening the three parties his the greens and the free Democrats shields adds this is the visible mandate the citizens of Germany have given these three parties he says should lead the next government I'm Charles Taylor this month
Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election
"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.
"angela merkel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The candidate from the party Because some way they must have thought we can't win this race if we focus solely on the party and the candidates just sort of the lead person so they really switch the logic there And I guess they were also helped out by the fact that I'm in lash it just seemed to have a fairly inept campaign as well He made quite a few mistakes And the social media jumped on this of course But I must say that this was maybe something that was new in this campaign as well That also the green candidate female woman in her early 40s She was really very badly treated on the social media and this all led to a tone in the German debate which I hadn't seen that way before and there were serious discussions about whether people are going too far where the limits are So suddenly we were discussing political culture campaigning the role of social media in a way that Germany hasn't discussed Although I mean it's still looking from outside it seemed so much more polite than one is normally used to A big question How much does this election matter I mean how much do you think Germany really could change potentially with an unwieldy three way governing coalition Germany has to change quite a lot And while many media conferences outlets are celebrating Angela Merkel for her 16 years in office Tibetan continuity at this point and to say okay let's just redo it with another candidate This won't work at all It won't work internally and a word work externally Internally I think the COVID-19 crisis was kind of revelatory because citizens felt and children fell to what extent digital infrastructure isn't in place So schools are not online There was no way and many many places in Germany to have them taught digitally We saw that public transport is really in many places in a bad shape And it's not only it's not only digital it's really also brick and mortar bridges break down in Germany No one talks about that but we are under invested or we have under invested in that has to change And daniela you mentioned Germany abroad will get on to that in the second half of our special election edition of news out from Berlin That's coming up shortly.
Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise
"Latest exit polls in Germany's election not showing a tight race between Germany's center left social Democrats and outgoing German chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc according to projections Michael center right bloc is heading towards its worst ever result in the country's parliamentary election one projection by public television said D. F. puts the social Democrats headed by outgoing vice chancellor or not Schultz in the lead at twenty five point six percent of the votes the same poll puts Merkel's union bloc led by state governor Amanat **** training behind it twenty four point four percent given the exit poll predictions putting together the next coalition government for Europe's biggest economy could be a lengthy and complicated process I'm Karen Thomas
Closely fought German election ushers in post-Merkel era
"Germans have been heading to the polls in an election that will see who succeeds outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel polls point to a close race between state governor Armin Laschet from a call center right party and vice chancellor of enough Schultz from the center left social Democrats recent surveys show the social Democrats Montagna heads post put the Green Party headed by candidate and then in a bad book several points behind in third place according to polls no one polity is expected to win with an outright majority meaning a coalition is expected during the months of expected happening between the parties to form a coalition Merkel will remain as caretaker chancellor I'm Karen Thomas
"angela merkel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"angela merkel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"She's faced many significant and immediate challenges during his sixteen years as chancellor. But what about germany's future has merckel ever expressed a longer term vision of what the country might be. I think this vision is is quite interesting. I think it was helmet schmidt former german chancellor who said something like those who have vision should be seen by a doctor. I think the idea of having a vision in germany is because of its history. It's seen as something. That's quite frowned upon at the same time. Yes you would hope and you would think that this woman who has been in power for that long would been considering where she wants germany tomorrow. The big the big question that everybody is obsessing with right now is of course the climate crisis germany has this commitment to become greenhouse gas neutral by two thousand and forty five so it is how you can have that goal and you can also take business with and also speed up some of the decision making. There's this great feeling in germany. That that the obsession with detail. A huge overblown bureaucracy takes a huge amount of time to get very simple things done and if somebody has a vision it's how you can speak those things up how you can make germany more efficient. Bring it more into the twenty first century. The big joke has been the dominance of the fax machine. The fax machine has been the main thing at the beginning of the pandemic health authorities. We're using to get the information no way from one place to another often quite interesting arguing that it's better for data protection than sending an email at these days. But you know the question is why under sixteen years of medical things like that have not improved. They're a huge problems with internet. In rural areas does feel that this country this big off in the middle of europe. It should be further on with a lot of these questions and actually is given all of that. What does the public makeover like. How strong is her reputation within germany. i think at a time when she is just about to leave office. There's a lot of affection for her. That maybe wasn't there before. There's also a lot of animosity and a feeling that merkel has caused the country to go to sleep but when you have an a female character do that plays a role who has been in this position of the decision maker. The person who has pulled the chairs together who has had a hotline to vladimir putin. This person that gets things down there is a real i think among some people even a fear of life after markle and how anybody can possibly step into her shoes.
"angela merkel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"K connolly your the guardian and the observers berlin correspondent mccullers is the longest running national leader. She's been chancellor for a whopping sixteen years. What is the secret to her success. Yes so it is quite amazing. She will have been one of the longest serving german leaders as well. And i've had it said in recent days people have been analyzing this very question is she doesn't get offended very easily. So she's not been set back by criticism towards her which there's been a lot over the years. She's managed to take large swathes of the german electric. Who weren't voting for the cd you before and moved conservative party. Not just to the center. Some would say even sort of almost to the left success is down to a consensus building attitude that she's had this centrist attitude. So you get the impression of this woman quite a shy woman who is slowly made her way up on the back of being somebody who really does her homework and also quite an unassuming character. I think somebody who maybe was. Always underestimate hit. Monday's announcement represented an important personal victory for angela merkel. Who will become germany's first woman. Chancellor and the first chancellor from the new eastern states essence. I feel good. My if we take a step back. Can you tell us what did she inherit when she actually did become chancellor in two thousand five. Well we just had the era of. Gerhard schroeder was a very interesting era. He added the social democrats in a coalition with the green party. Reform puts us and the major thing that he did when he was in. Power was a series of reforms that cut back drastically on germany's generous welfare benefits very controversial still haunts the social democrats to this day in and it led to thousands of people protesting in the streets as blink finished i in an audit spots and it was that led her schroeder losing support and when michael came into government then she inherited a country that was very divided by war happened and germany hadn't had a female leader before and i think it was a lot more of a conservative place than it actually is now. It was not a place where it was obvious for there to be a female leader but she was often also described as a reluctant feminist. Why do you think she shies away from the identity. And what did she actually do practically to advance gender equality in germany. Yeah interesting i mean. The policy reform that she bought in the has enabled women for example to receive more than sixty percent of your pay while you're on maternity leave and that was also able to be split between males and females so it has encouraged more men to take that time has enabled women to go back into the workplace earlier if they so wished so that i think is possibly in my mind own experience of having benefited from it. One of her most feminists active policy-making but she's always been very reluctant to be drawn on that feminists question. There's a quite nice quotation from michael herself and she says i have the impression the fact that i'm a woman plays a big role for a lot of people but for myself it doesn't play much of a role because i only know myself as a woman. That's very mac less quay of looking at it. So i now have to ask. How would you supper approach. What defines political leadership. So i'd say yes the pragmatism down to earth nece. She has things in her head. She's able to pull out in that moment year. For fleekerman on minsk. Let's and the fact that she could talk about the minsk agreement without notes. She has an ability to not get flummoxed and quite often not said to be down to this science background that she has tried to tried to tackle a lot of the political challenges. She's had of as if they were scientific question. That definitely has an answer to it was just thinking that for us i mean she stands out on the world stage because she is so unshowy and she doesn't buy into the trappings that her position could afford. Know there's no luxury cars houses. She's seen to your own supermarket shopping and enjoys low key walking holiday. How much does not define her political brand. What is mercantilism. I didn't she's done that deliberately. Is that this is a woman who i could never get this image out of my mind. When she left her first husband bearing in mind it was during the ddr. She took the washing machine with her. And i think one of the interesting things about macc lives that she wasn't necessarily taken that seriously at home until she started shining on the international stage and for me some of the defining moments have been how she has dealt with a room full of world leaders who can't agree on something and she's literally sort of pulled the chance together so that these people will sit down and talk doesn't want ego to get in the way she's had an interesting relationship with the world leaders there's bush walking over to hella mirko. He's reaching in he's about to grab her he's rubbing her neck she's grimacing. That is the chancellor of germany. Disengaging yourself from the president of the united states. Us presidents novak rubs you want to pay tribute to an extraordinary leader. And that's my friend gentleman time magazine. Hey they didn't even give me a man of the year the person of the year they should have. They gave it to a woman. Who's not done the right thing germany. It's not doing too well over there. Chancellor merckel has been here frequent over the past sixteen years matter of fact she knows you oval office as well as i do and five british prime ministers i think johnson booked was put this suddenly on the agenda chancellor merckel here in dengue street. Hang on both want to see change in europe. We.
"angela merkel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today. Germany decides who will succeed chancellor angela merkel in sunday's election brought to you by state farm like a good neighbour state farm is there you know i started to. I love angela merkel nine hundred ninety one. When did just enter the political arena. You know linda. Kabul was the only photographer anglo markle allowed to take her official portraits. Couple had set out to shoot politicians throughout their careers to record. How high office changed them. Physically she never gave them any direction on how to pose but simply placed them in front of a white background and the first picture. She was a little bit looking up to the camera. I remember that she was a bit awkward and shy. But even so she was inexperienced. I was impressed by her style. Her energy geology had power and linda was the first photograph merkel's trademark hand gesture in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. She showed the first time. The famous merkel diamond. Wow yeah she never did it before in public. It was really the first picture. And i realized why she did it. And you know if you keep your together outta medically your shoulders us get up and you can stand for a long time and listening may be boring speeches. Here look very attentive because your body never get too relaxed to try and get right now. I already feel more tired out. And in recent weeks the pair map for their final photo shoot. Of course she changed if chancellor for sixteen years now in the last year she got more static and glow in her eyes liveliness in the is disappeared but she kept her personality and she always had her ego in check normally politician tied to control their images. But she didn't ask for approval. A pictures. I shoot for several years with out any control from her site. Yeah she didn't make.
Feds to Indict Ex-Boeing Test Pilot Over 737 Max Crashes
"Federal prosecutors plan criminally charged a former boeing pilot. They suspect of misleading aviation regulators. About safety issues blamed for two fatal crashes of the seven three seven. Max this is according to people familiar with the matter who add that mark faulkner is likely to face prosecution in the coming weeks. He was boeing. Seven three seven max. Chief technical pilot during the aircraft's development and attorney for foreigner didn't respond to our requests for comment a justice department spokesman and boeing declined to comment. We have much more on this. On wsj.com
Woman Fleeing Afghanistan Gives Birth to Baby Girl on US Flight out of Kabul
"Birth on board a US evacuation aircraft in Germany. The U. S Air Mobility Command said the mother was traveling with her family from Kabul to Germany when she went into labor. Once the plane landed, US military medics delivered the child. Both mother and baby are well. Angela Merkel is
Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue
"In this BBC report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the relationship between the two countries. Continues to suffer from ongoing tensions. Last pre pandemic meeting in Moscow Chancellor Merkel and President Putin talked for more than three hours. Some topics haven't changed. Will disagree about Russian backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and find common ground on North Stream two. They're incomplete. Undersea gas pipeline, which Germany's allies opposed to new issues have emerged. Afghanistan and Belarus, which has been pushing Middle Eastern migrants into the European Union in retaliation for sanctions. All this on the anniversary of the nerve agent attack on the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. He was treated in Germany. Moscow is still trying to
Why Are Our Leaders Not Putting the American People First?
"Governor larry hogan the chaotic and heartbreaking scenes out of afghanistan over the last several days with innocent civilians running for their lives in fear of the taliban is the result of a rush and irresponsible withdrawal many of these afghan citizens. Our allies bravely risked their lives to provide invaluable support for many years to our efforts as interpreters and support staff and we have a moral obligation to help them for their service. These allies their immediate families are eligible to receive special immigrant visas to the united states. And we stand ready and willing to do even more. It's the least we can do. Special immigrant visas. Look they're so wonderful then. Go let angela merkel get blessed by these people. We already have simultaneous immigration crises. Happening right now you know that we just had another two million people anywhere between one point. Six to two million people come illegally into the southern border. And what is governor. Larry hogan worried about not serving. His fellow countrymen not literacy rates of black americans in baltimore not the problems of crime and now we stand ready for another twenty thousand people that don't speak our language. Interpreters they do speak your language but not all of them do. I'm sure some of their kids might not. The question is why are leaders. Not putting the american people i. It's because they really don't like their voters they don't actually they have contempt for everyday. Americans people that own firearms the people that go to church. Get governor larry hogan like many others he would much rather try to change the country because it makes them feel good because governor larry does with the corporate class tells him to do
Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding
"Chancellor Angela Merkel has been facing tough questions while touring damage from those devastating floods last week that killed at least 196 people. Germans are asking why their country famous for engineering and its leading role in climate change, negotiations could be caught so tragically off guard by the kind of extreme weather that climate scientists have predicted. For years. The past few weeks have also seen a blistering heat wave in the American West and above normal hurricane season is predicted. And the kind of extreme weather events that climate change will make more likely and more severe, are said to be coming. Fredricka Otto is associate director of the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University in the UK Freddy. Welcome. Thank you very much. Yeah, and start with the flooding. We know that rising temperatures caused by the greenhouse effect of gas emissions means we're living kind of inside a greenhouse, which is holding onto moisture, which then? Rains down on us Now we can never attribute a specific weather event to climate change directly. There are other factors always but these downpours in Germany behind this flooding We're hearing that the rainfall was being called unimaginable volumes of rain more than 18. Gallons of water could pour down. On an area within just a few hours. You know, when you hear this kind of number, that kind of water coming down is that something? That you who studies these, You know, severe weather. Did that click like Oh, yeah, that's that's what we're going to be seeing. It's one of the very well known aspects of climate change that we see more extreme rainfall and also more extreme rainfall coming down in a shorter time. And we know from tropical countries which are hotter about There is a lot more rain coming down in a short amount of time. And when we have higher temperatures in more mid latitudes, we also see This kind of rainfall,
Angela Merkel Tours European Flood Devastation
"Today, Merkel was in a historic spa town devastated by month's worth of rain between Germany and Belgium. Nearly 200 people are dead. Hundreds more are missing. NYPD beekeepers are staying busy removing
Dozens Dead in Germany and Surrounding Nations After Heavy Rains
"Least 117 people have died after severe floods devastated parts of western Germany and Belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of Germany. That also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks Germany's largest mass loss of life in years as me Nicholson reports from Berlin. Climate change has arrived in Germany. These are the words of federal environment Minister Svenja Schulze sent in a tweet in response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops. Firefighters in the states of Rhineland Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia say the situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down. South of Cologne. Police officer Patrick Right. ALS told public broadcaster A R D that the rescue services are struggling to keep up. Uh, the current of the water running past. The elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out. But that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trail was evacuated on Thursday, including a hospital and its patients, some of whom were just out of surgery. And some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine region of our violet, where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of flood water. In the town of Schultz, houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for. Expressing distress at the news, Chancellor Angela Merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture what has happened. Referring to it instead as a catastrophe, he told the Indians are catastrophe and even follow on hub. I'm grieving for those who lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death toll yet, but it's going to be high. Some died in their basements, some as firefighters trying to bring others to safety, and my deepest sympathy goes out to their
"angela merkel" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"On a personal note. It's painful for me to know that. Nearly every death we are seeing now from cove nineteen could have been prevented. I say that is someone who has lost ten family members to cope in nineteen and who wishes each and every day that they had had the opportunity to get vaccinated over the last many months. We've learned a lot about covert nineteen including how to stop it yet. The virus is rearing up again in dangerous ways as vaccinations lag and disinformation spreads. It's a dangerous combination that will discuss this morning with the. Us surgeon general. Who you just heard there. Plus we'll go live to mississippi where health officials are warning of a surge in the delta variant. It's landed several children in the icu. Some on life support. Also an exclusive excerpt from that bombshell book by a pair of renowned washington post reporters. How bill bar reportedly stunned donald trump into silence. Think about that with his warning about the twenty twenty election. We'll get to that just ahead. Plus angela merkel pays her final. Visit to the white house as germany's chancellor. We'll talk about her meeting with president. In which unlike a summit with bush forty three did not include any spontaneous shoulder rubs surprised about that. All that and much more on this friday. July sixteenth Willy bush miracle shoulder up never gets old. It never gets old little shoulder rub. Diplomacy from the forty third president in the united states. We'll talk much more about angela merkel in a moment but we begin with the growing fears of a new covert wave as cases climb vaccination rates plateau. Now the nation's largest county los angeles is turning back. The clock issuing a new. Indoor mask mandate nbc. News correspondent miguel. Almaguer has the latest los angeles the nation's largest county taking a step back requiring masks indoors even for the vaccinated effective sunday impacting ten million people here and breaking with cdc guidance. It's a clear signal. Concern is growing over the highly contagious delta variant meantime for some of the forty eight million children under twelve and their parents who were hoping to get them vaccinated. This fall a longer wait. The fda will now review several additional months of safety data. Meaning a vaccine for kids won't likely be available until early next year. It makes it a very stressful time to be a parent and educator and a child at all. Schools should really have very strong contingency plans. What are the metrics by which would go back virtual learning..
Death Toll Continues to Rise in Devastating German Floods
"At least one hundred and seventeen people have died. After severe floods devastated parts of western germany and belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of that also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks germany's largest mass loss of life in years as nicholson reports from berlin. Climate change has arrived in germany. These other words of federal environment minister savannah. Schulz sent in a tweet today. In response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops firefighters in the states of rhineland palatinate and north rhine-westphalia say. The situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down south of cologne police officer patrick. Racial told public broadcaster a. r. d. The rescue services are struggling to keep up going shula. The current of the water running past the elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out but that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trae was evacuated on thursday including a hospital and its patients. Some of whom would just out of surgery and some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine. Region of our via where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of floodwater in the town of short houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for expressing distress at the news. Chancellor angela merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture. What has happened referring to it. Instead as a catastrophe is told the doctors will feel even for one. I'm grieving for those lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death pill yet but it's going to be high. Sometimes died in their basements. Some as firefighters trying to bring others to save and my deepest sympathy goes out to their families. Macos speaking from washington where on her last trip as chancellor she met president biden among other issues they spoke about climate change and issue now at the forefront of germany's election campaign ahead of the september vote
Fully Vaccinated Americans Can Enter Canada as of Mid-August
"Steps are being taken to ease some international travel bans put into place because of the corona virus pandemic Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau told provincial leaders Thursday that fully vaccinated people from the United States could be allowed to visit Canada by the middle of next month he has fully vaccinated visitors from other countries could be allowed into Canada by early September German chancellor Angela Merkel while meeting with president Biden at the White House Thursday asked when the U. S. might be lifting cope at nineteen travel restrictions on most of Europe Biden said he should know in the next several days I'm waiting to hear from our folks in our our community as to when that should be done there are twenty six European countries included in that U. S. travel ban timid wire Washington
"angela merkel" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Hr and planning system for a changing world german chancellor angela merkel will be visiting the white house today to meet with president biden at marks her farewell trip to washington after sixteen years in office. Merckel isn't running again. In the september election. The two countries have to patch things up after a period of strained relations but they remained far apart on some key. Issues are reporter. Boy on panofsky in berlin discussed the plan meeting with our charlie turner boy on. Thanks for being with us. Hi thanks for having me. Miracle and biden have met previously. They're familiar with each other. What is the tone of the relationship going into this meeting. Yeah they go way back. I mean essentially this is the fourth. Us president she's dealing with the. I was george w bush and obviously biden was vice president during the in the obama administration. So they go back away and they know each other. The relationship between the two. I'm told is cordial and i think the relationship between the two administrations is cordial again. There was a turbulent period. During the trump administration president trump always liked to single out germany for his criticism of europe. So it's a world of difference Essentially the tone is going back to this traditional. Us german relation of friendship of partnership the two countries have been the closest of allies. Ever since the second world war what's at stake for both germany and the us what do biden and miracle hope to achieve at this meeting and beyond what essentially i mean i. They're bringing obviously the relationship back to to normal and they're establishing also symbolically. This reestablishing perhaps reconciling this this partnership after the interruption of the during the trump administration and secondly there have a number of issues where they need to find either of mutual understanding or take things forward i mean they will be discussing the relationship with russia they will be discussing the relationship with china. They will be discussing the cyber threats to both countries. They will be discussing also importantly the efforts to reestablish some sort of an arrangement with iran. so there's a lot of things in common and then of course on several key issues. They are quite far apart in terms of strategic interests. So talk about the major sticking points on what issues do the two sides differ. I think perhaps from the us perspective the biggest and the most profound issue of difference is is the relationship to china you see. Germany is a europe's largest economy. Which is entirely reliant on exports and a large chunk of those experts. Go to china. So germany wants to have a close seamless and productive relationship with with beijing because it's dependent on those experts for a lot of its growth. That's obviously not the case. We the united states. The united states sees china increasingly as a systemic rival that needs to be contained the other kind sticking point and this is a longstanding sticking point of flashpoint even in the relationship is is the relationship to to russia and in particular russian exports of energy to europe and germany germany and russia will complete a vast submarine pipeline for natural law. School norstrom too and this. This pipeline is due to be completed. I think in august and it will double the amount of russian goss experts to germany directly. Ever since the obama administration the united states have tried to convince germany to to stop that project not to go forward with it. During the trump administration there were sanctions imposed and now with prison biden. Power that when the first thing he did is he kind of unilaterally lifted those sanctions. Now the question is will will germany. Make some concessions in return to that goodwill gesture by prison biden into having done so far boy on what are the long term prospects for this crucial alliance might transatlantic drift continue or. Could we see a bridging of differences. I think with the current administration. There's a lot of goodwill on both sides and some of the differences will be papered out. I mean they probably. There are two fundamental to be bridged for example the relationship with china that that's very profound difference in interests. But you know. I think the relationship will return to serve. When there is a disagreement it will be a kind of a mutual disagreement between partners. And i think that's very important. Dominion diplomacy tone matters lot perceptions matter lot so we're we're going back to that pre trump era where where where relationship was cordial but however i mean there's a lot of skepticism in berlin em- paris everywhere in europe about whether the biden administration is as a temporary kind of setup whether americans will not yet again elect a destructive administration the next term the term after that and then they're back to square one where they were with the trump administration. I think i think the experience of of of the relationship during the time of prison trump has left. I think deep marks in the way politicians and officials here perceived the united states. So i think You know there will be a symbolic difference. That will be accordia relationship but we shall see whether they'll manage to really work closer together on on the substantial issues the wall street journal's boy on manchevski. Thanks for joining us. My.
"angela merkel" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Angela merkel will be visiting the white house today to meet with president biden at mark farewell trip to washington after sixteen years in office. Merckel isn't running again. in the september election. The two countries have to patch things up after a period of strained relations but they remained far apart on some key. Issues are reporter boy on panchev. Ski in berlin discussed the plan meeting with our charlie turner on. Thanks for being with us. Hi thanks for having miracle and biden have met previously. They're familiar with each other. What is the tone of the relationship going into this meeting. Yeah they go way back. I mean essentially this is the fourth. Us presidents she's dealing with I was george w bush and obviously biden was vice president During the in the obama administration so they they they go Away and they know each other. The relationship between the two. I'm told is cordial and i think the relationship between the two administrations is cordial again. There was a turbulent period. During the trump administration president trump always liked to sing lout germany for his criticism of europe. So it's a world of difference Essentially the tone is going back to this traditional Us german relation of friendship of partnership. The two countries have been the closest of allies. Ever since the second world war what's at stake for both germany and the us what do biden and miracle hope to achieve at this meeting and beyond what essentially i mean i. They're bringing obviously the relationship back to normal and they're establishing symbolically this this Reestablishing perhaps reconciling this this partnership after the interruption of the during the trump administration and sekondi there have a number of issues where they need to find either of mutual understanding or take things forward. I mean they will be discussing the relationship with russia they will be discussing the relationship with china. They will be discussing the cyber threats to both countries. They will be discussing also importantly the efforts to reestablish some sort of an arrangement with iran. so there's a lot of things in common and then all of course on several key issues they. They are quite far apart in terms of strategic interests. So talk about the major sticking points on what issues do the two sides differ. I think perhaps from the us perspective the biggest and the most profound issue of difference is is the relationship to china you see. Germany is europe's largest economy. Which is entirely reliant on exports and a large chunk of those experts. Go to china. So germany wants to have a close seamless and productive relationship with With beijing because it's dependent on those experts for a lot of its growth. That's obviously not the case we. The united states In the united states sees china increasingly as systemic rival that needs to be contained the other sticking point And this is a long standing. Sticking point a flashpoint. Even the relationship is the relationship to to russia. And in particular russian exports of energy to europe in germany germany and russia will complete a vast submarine pipeline for natural gos- school norstrom too and this this pipeline is due to be completed. I think in august and it will double the amount of russian gas experts to germany directly. Ever since the obama administration the united states have tried to convince. German need to to stop that project to go forward with it. During the trump administration there were sanctions imposed and now with prison biden. Power that when the first thing he did is is he kind of unilaterally lifted those sanctions now. The question is will will germany. Make some concessions in return to that goodwill gesture by prison biden having done so far boy on what are the long-term prospects for this crucial alliance might transatlantic drift continue or. Could we see a bridging of differences. I think with the current administration. There's a lot of goodwill on both sides and some of the differences will be papered out. I mean they probably. There are two fundamental to be bridged for example. The relationship with china. That's very profound difference interests. But you know i think the relationship will return to serve. When there is a disagreement it will be a a kind of a mutual disagreement between partners. And i think that's very important. I mean employment tone matters a lot perceptions matter lot so we're we're going back to that pre trump era where where where relationship was cordial but however i mean there's a lot of skepticism in berlin imperatives paris everywhere in europe about whether the biden is as a temporary kind of setup whether americans will not yet again elect a destructive administration the next to him or the term after that and then they're back to square one where they were with the trump administration. I think i think the experience of of the relationship during the time of prison trump has left deep marks in in the way politicians and officials here perceived the united states. So i think You know there will be a symbolic difference. They will be accordia relationship but we shall see whether they'll manage to really work closely together on on the substantial issues the wall street journal's boy on penske thanks for joining us my.
Biden Urges G-7 Leaders to Unite on China, Infrastructure Initiative
"Leaders of the group of seven industrial nations have agreed on an infrastructure plan for developing nations to challenge China's global initiatives Zidan Biden's campaign to unify the world's democratic leaders to compete economically with China reached a turning point to the summit's Biden held talks with France's Emmanuel macron who was happy to have a corporative ally after four years of a trump presidency which had strange Franco US relations I think it's great to have a US president part of the club and the are you willing to to to cooperate side and also met with German chancellor Angela Merkel he downplayed differences on China and the pipeline that would transport natural gas from Russia to Germany bypassing Ukraine never the less both Biden and medical with positive about discussions and by ten articulated his support for the easy to handle its economic issues European Union I had a very strong and vibrant energy Karen Thomas London
German Chancellor Merkel to visit White House on July 15
"German Chancellor Angela Merkel after the G seven. The White House says the president will host the German leader on July 15th. To discuss the pandemic climate change and promoting economic prosperity. The White House statement did not mention the disputed Nord Stream two gas pipeline Global News 24 hours a day on air and on
Artists Create E-Waste 'Mount Recyclemore' for G7
"Prepared to meet in Cornwall in southwest England, a huge sculpture of their heads in the style of Mount Rushmore in the U. S has been built close to where they're staying. Named. Mount Recycle more. It hopes to highlight the environmental damage caused by throwing away electronic devices. Our reporter. Steffi Apprentice has more. It's one of America's most iconic monuments. The Mount Rushmore National Memorial features the heads of four U. S presidents carved into the rock face in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Now ahead of the G seven meeting and looming more than two stories high. The faces of Boris Johnson, Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden and Angela Merkel stare out across the Cornish landscape constructed entirely of bits of metal circuit boards, TV screens and smartphones. They're joined by you should Asuka Mario Draghi and Justin Trudeau to make the mountain structure close to the hotel where world leaders will be staying in the English countryside. These people who live near the G seven summit venue, watch the faces being built seen it develop over the last few days, and it's what they've done is schism. Amazing. I think it's a good way of Sort of highlighting just how much the waste there is in the oceans, and hopefully we'll send a good message over to G seven leaders just about we really need to clean the planet up artists Joe Russian Alex Wreckage say they created the sculpture to highlight the huge amount of tech and gadgets that go UN recycled globally each year, with Joe explaining the logic behind depicting the world leaders united They like more to talk to each other and work out a plan that isn't just shifting the problem from one country to another, but actually is a plan. We will work on together, which is how to deal with this waste and how to stop producing so much waste and how to recycle things in these. All these issues have got to be dealt with globally. They can't be dealt with nationally because that's where the problem is. According to the UN at the 53 Million tons of electronic waste generated globally each year, will more than double by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world. The artists are hoping their mount recycling more will galvanize the world leaders to tackle the problem. The
Jailed Russian Opposition Leader Alexey Navalny Ends Hunger Strike
"Navalny is ending a 24 day hunger strike. He says he's reached his goal of getting medical attention thanks to supporters from around the world as NPR's Lucy and Kim. Reports from Moscow know Melanie was imprisoned in January after returning from Germany, where he had been recovering from a poisoning he blames on the Kremlin. Alexei Navalny made the announcement in a social media post put up by his allies. Before his hunger strike. His request for medical attention were met with smirks. Navalny says He's now been examined by civilian doctors twice. Navalny's condition was met with concern by world leaders such as President Biden, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron. Is worsening health also brought out thousands of protesters in cities across Russia Wednesday. His post, Navalny writes. My heart is full of love and gratitude. He says he'll still insist on getting outside medical attention for the loss of sensation in his arms and legs. Lucian Kim.
"angela merkel" Discussed on AP News
"Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Germans to remain patient with restrictions meant to slow the spread of Kevin 19, the German leader tried to raise German spirits, noting that with promising vaccines on the way there is light at the end of the tunnel Germany embarked on a so called wave breaker shut down on November. The second closing restaurants, bars sports and leisure facilities but leaving school shops and hair salons open. It was initially slated to last four weeks. But Merkel and the country's 16 state governors agreed to extend it through to December 20th to try to push down the regional infection rates. Germany, which has 83 million people, was credited with a relatively good performance in the first phase of the pandemic on still has a lower death rate than several other European countries. I'm Karyn Shamas, Germany embarked on a so called wave breaker shut down on November. The second closing restaurants, bars, sports and leisure facilities but leaving school shops and hair salons open. It was initially slated to last four weeks. But Merkel and the country's 16 state governors agreed to extend it through to December 20th to try to push down the regional infection rates. Germany, which has 83 million people, was credited with a relatively good performance in the first phase of the pandemic and still has a lower death rate than several other European countries. I'm Karyn Shamas. AP News I'm to Maguire theme U. S. Supreme Court rejects in New York State coronavirus restriction on the number of people attending worship services, My campaign has more. The high court is far in New York from enforcing limits.
"angela merkel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Kingdom question of how long that can keep going, but as approximately with jobs ah, re in danger of a jobless recovery because I see some PM eyes, reform infections but strong Yeah, I think it's not even a jobless recovery. We are in danger in Europe of seeing a really quite sharp rise in unemployment as these jobs which you know if you will know no longer really jobs come to an end. Because a CZ you say, you know, governments are not going to be able to keep paying people to be attached to their old jobs forever. So at some point Those jobs will be lost. People will be laid off We was we are seeing it. We're seeing, you know, Firms upon firms beginning to lay more people off on my worry is that we see a large rise in unemployment before we see the double its recovery if you will, so there's a kind of short term short to medium term problem of rising unemployment. And then I think you have the challenge of know how do you get unemployment back down, And how do you get people trained and able to move to the jobs which are going to happen in the areas that are growing, and that's where you need the ability to help have public policy to help people from kind of declining sectors to growing sectors. And your hasn't. Traditionally, as you know, being terribly good at that, especially is there a leader in a word or two is Angela Merkel? Still the leader? You know, there are there isn't a single one. But anger that has done remarkably well. I mean, Germany has handled this relatively well. She has handled it relatively well. So yes, she's she's definitely stood out. But you know the eye it interesting things, we said, this is the beginning of this conversation. Every time you look at this, a different country appears to be doing relatively better way had on a walk. So welcome, and that's what.
"angela merkel" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Ellen ballot has not been counted by Election Day. He tweets that by doing that, you are now assured that your precious vote has been counted. However, that advice may cause confusion. For example, it's a felony under North Carolina State law to vote twice. Great Clugston. The White House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have agreed to work to avoid a government shutdown right before the November election. The pact was apparently agreed to over a phone call. It still doesn't resolve the status of a new Corona virus stimulus bill on whether other relief might be included. Iteration of the temporary funding measure. What non controversial items might ride along haven't been settled, aides say. And a spokesman for the House speaker declined to further characterized the agreement. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is coming under pressure to hit back hard against Russia for what German scientists say was a nerve agent attack on opposition politician Alexei Navalny. It's just double the amount of gas coming into Europe. Dia Germany now has been controversial since it began since work began on the pipeline. Angela Merkel his face opposition from within our ranks on the project some this morning saying, Come on, that's maybe put that nice for the time being is away. Slapping Russia on the wrists hitting a person where it hurts. It's no Anu call this tension between Germany and Russia. Indeed, the western Russia has been increasing for some time. BBC correspondent Jenny Hill reporting on Wall Street. The Dow non by 807 points, the NASDAQ dropped 5 98. More at townhall dot com. Excuse me. Have you ever discussed life insurance? Well, hard.
"angela merkel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The business retail continues to be challenged the national retail federation has predicted a three point eight trillion dollar retail marketplace this year financial analyst Hilary Kramer. In cooperation with Salem media says that companies are trying to find the right formula to retain profitability. There's been too many shifts in the trend toward online buying. But there's also been the shift in trends, and tastes and headlines has passed we clothing retailer the gap will be spinning off old navy while retaining banana, Republican others to form a yet to be named company. JC Penney will be closing more stores, but taking on new executive leadership, George Manzana reporting. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is making clear she supports students protesting around the world against global warming. That follows widespread criticism of some of her comments seeming to suggest that the demonstrations may have been fomented by Russia and online agitation breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. President Trump is asking China to lift its tariffs on US farm products like pork and beef as we hear from correspondent Jackie Quinn. President Trump has tweeted that he has asked China to remove the tariffs saying, it's very important for our great farmers and me, the Chinese impose tariffs. He's talking about are in retaliation for actions. He took last year, the Trump administration, began slapping import taxes on Chinese goods to pressure Beijing, if they charge us, we charge them the same thing, the US and China are now trying to work out their trade differences, the president says talks are moving along nicely. That's why he hasn't gone through with a planned increase in tariffs this month. That's washington. Correspondent Jackie Quinn. Ebay says it's considering the sale or spinoff of its ticket resale sites stub hub. And it's classified ads business after a push from one activist investor shares of EBay rose two point three percent on that news..
"angela merkel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cats. Tony cat today. So good to be with the eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. Now Pence the vice president. Certainly he had himself. What can only be described as a? Rough time with the people. The people not happy with them. Angela Merkel not happy with him. Because they all want to figure out ways to further the Iran nuclear deal, and they're very upset with the United States forgetting out of the Iran nuclear deal. As the AP described it the vice president unimpressed. With Angela Merkel. And went to town on criticism of Europe. But could be when you're criticizing Europe, and your Munich, you might not get much love from the Germans. They are not a very loving people. Maybe they are. I mean, I can't say that just stereotypically stereotypically. It would be very cold. You know, I don't know. I don't I don't watch as as much German porn is you do. So maybe I'm missing out on on what the love is actually lucky. But the vice president was I think correct? As you have conversations from Angela Merkel, the chancellor saying that there's worry about Iranian efforts to increase power in the region getting out of the Iran. Nuclear deal is very depressing because we need international diplomacy saying I see the ballistic missile program. I see Iran in Yemen and above all is the Iran in Syria. The only question that stands between us on the issue is do we help our common cause are combination of containing the damaging or difficult development with Veran by withdrawing from the one remaining agreements or does it help by keep more by keeping the small anchor? We have in order to maybe to exert pressure in other areas, you just said that they're in Syria. You just said that Iran is in Yemen. You just said there engaging ballistic missile program. Exactly what pressure. Chancellor merkel. Do you think that you're going to exert its a question? I would ask her if I've I was there. The people very focused on these two moments involving the vice president's this being the first. Forty fifth president of the United States of America, President Donald Trump. Last saugus..
"angela merkel" Discussed on What Really Happened?
"Gland of limited opportunity for me feel old time that's impossible to reach. Moa the wall. Bob, wyans, she and the order to shoot. At those who tried to leave limited my access to the fiend. If one had to rely on films and books some of which were smuggled relatives from the west to gain an impression of the United States during the speech to congress. She talked about something she talks about quite a bit a certain passion in. What did I see? What did I read? What was it? That was passionate about. Was passionate about the American dream the possibility for each and everyone to be successful to actually make it in life to one's own personal effort. Like many other teenagers. I was passionate about jeans particular brand, you could not get in the. Manage stop which my arms behind -ly break into these send to me from the west albums because I was passionate about the American landscapes that seemed to breathe the very spirit of freedom and independence and in the one thousand nine hundred my husband, and I flew to America for the first time to California. She'll never forget, I glimpse of he Pacific Ocean. It was simply gorgeous. What other of this even though for me America seemed completely Anthony until nineteen thousand nine then on the ninth of November nineteen Eighty-nine the building new fell and this border, which divided a nation for decades, keeping people in two different ones was now opening and this is why for me today is first and foremost time to say thank you during the speech having watched. Now a few times in two thousand eighteen and again now in twenty nine thousand nine it's hard not to see Merckel as something other than a very smart, very humble world leader and like any world leader. She has a certain confidence Chancellor Angela Merkel reminds me of a young meek mill in a rap battle meek is quiet and subdued when another rapper goes at him. Meek stands and takes it. But when it's Meeks turn, you know, he will unleash thunder as biographer stuff, Cornelius. Said about Merckel not meek mill. She is most dangerous when she is perfectly. Calm when she is quiet Thurs an outburst waiting just around the corner. Merckel never shouts. She just gets sarcastic. And she then strikes. It's what I think of when I think of a scientist. At least my third grade, Andrew STAN way of thinking, the scientists is busy at the lab quietly working late into the night mixing different chemicals. And then boom, a burst of flame tangible result or something in between maybe nothing at all. But hopefully you develop a worthwhile theory. And as I write this, I'm reminded. She is a scientist. She has a doctorate in science Merckel likes cerebral thinkers, she likes intellectuals, it's likely why she took to the professor turned President, Barack Obama wrote her biographer Merckel values, well educated people who stimulate her mind. The Obama and Chancellor Merkel's friendship has been well documented, although it did take some time, and there were certainly bumps throughout in two thousand eleven long before talks of a wall and America sprung up via the current president President Obama gave Markle the presidential medal of freedom during her medal of freedom ceremony. Merckel said againing for freedom. Cannot be contained by wolves for long. It was this year ending that brought down the uncut and that divided Dominy and Europe and indeed the world into two blocks America's resolutely on the side of freedom. It is to this. Resolve that we Germans the unity of our country in peace and freedom chancellor Merckel added. We see that living in freedom and defending feed him on two sides of one of the same coin for the precious gift of freedom doesn't come naturally, but has to be fought full, not shed. And defended time and time again, sometimes this may seem like an endless fight against windmills. But you see my personal experience is quite different one. What we Dan not dream of today may well become reality tomorrow. The thing about Markle is she seemed to always be predicting a problem President Obama hadn't even completed his first year in office when she gave that two thousand nine address to congress. It is up to us to convince people that globalization is be great global opportunity each and every continent would forces all of us to what together with others..