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Fresh update on "angola" discussed on As UnFake As It Gets

As UnFake As It Gets

04:16 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "angola" discussed on As UnFake As It Gets

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A Gay Teen Struggles to Exist in 'Moffie'

Fresh Air

01:53 min | 2 months ago

A Gay Teen Struggles to Exist in 'Moffie'

"This is fresh air. Our film critic Justin Chang recently caught up with the new movie Mafi, which tells the story of a white South African teenager hiding his sexuality as a young soldier under apartheid in the early 19 eighties. You can stream it now on many major platforms. Here's Justin's review the brutal and mesmerizing new film Muffy takes place in South Africa in 1981 when white teenage boys are conscripted to fight in the country's border wars. Story follows a group of these young men as they endure the rigors of basic training and are sent to fight communist forces from neighboring Angola. The conflict that most concerns The movie, adapted from Andre Carl Vandermeer Vase autobiographical novel is the one raging inside. It's 16 year old protagonist, Nicholas He's coming to grips with his homosexuality in an environment that couldn't be more hostile to it. Nicholas, played by a quietly magnetic newcomer named Kai Luke Brummer feels like an outsider from the start, and not just because of his forbidden desires. He was born in England, as anyone can tell from his accent and gets hazed by some of his more loudest comrades early on. That's nothing compared with the verbal and physical abuse dished out by their commanding officers who make our Lee Ermey in full metal jacket look downright cuddly. Nicholas makes connections, too. Befriends another young man, Michael, who was quick to defend him against bullies. Nicholas Forge is a much more dangerous bond in secret one rainy night when the young men are forced to dig trenches and sleep in them. Seeing Nicholas Shiver miserably in the cold. Another soldier, Dylan gently persuades him to curl up next to him for warmth. What happens next is fairly tame. As movie seductions go, nothing more explicit, it suggested than a few tender caresses and piercing glances. It has a

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Blocked Suez Canal Exposes Global Supply Chain's Fragility

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Blocked Suez Canal Exposes Global Supply Chain's Fragility

"Lead. Today comes to us. Courtesy of the ever given that is a thirteen hundred foot. Long two hundred foot wide containership. One of the biggest of its kind. That is as of this moment. Most embarrassingly stuck jamming up the suez canal. Nobody going north not going south one of the key routes of global trade basically closed we have gotten christine. Mcdaniel on zoomed. Help us understand how this might play out. She's a senior research. Fellow at the mercatus center at george mason university. Thanks so much for coming on. Thank you nice to be here. So i have to tell you the first thing i thought when i saw pictures of this ship turned sideways in the canal. Other than how the heck did that happen was wow. The global supply chain is really really fragile. If this can block a major artery yes. It is fragile. There's lots of moving parts but remember the global shipping industry logistics. They are used to supply shocks demand. Shocks weather related war-related. So you know it's nothing they haven't dealt with before fair enough but if you are a a tanker company looking at this traffic jam in the suez canal. How long are you gonna wait and let your extremely valuable ships. Sit there in the backlog before you go around down the south of africa and angola the long way round right. Well economists especially trade. Economists have spent some time trying to calculate how much time cost and international trade The couple economists demanded that each additional delay of shipping is equivalent to about a half a percent to two percents patera And then of course. This is cascading. Because it's not just the stuff on that particular ship That's that's delayed by that. it's everything else. That's getting delayed because of

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Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault

ESPN Radio

03:02 min | 3 months ago

Lawsuit calls Deshaun Watson a 'serial predator' with 16 lawsuits against him now alleging sexual assault

"Another day. More allegations, lawsuits and things being said involving Houston Texans quarterback to Shawn Watson. We're up to 16 lawsuits. Now. One of those lawsuits called the Shawn Watson, a serial predator. His lawyer, Rusty Hard, said in the statement that his law firm has strong evidence showing that one of the lawsuits alleging sexual assault against his client is false and that it calls into question the legitimacy of the other cases as well. NBC Houston sports reporter Vanessa Bridges and put on Twitter at Sports Vanessa. She reported details under Sean watching allegations and that multiple sources close to the situation told her the shot watching did have sexual counters with some of the accusers. But those sources insist those encounters were completely consensual. Ryan Smith, ESPN legal analysts in Angola Junior What is the timeline for when this becomes a legal process involving the Shawn Watson? All civil right now? For civil cases, it can take months or longer. We're talking about first, their service of process which I assume and some of these cases might have already happened. We don't know for sure, then typically to sort of watch inside will answer these claims. Then you go to the point where Norman. In many cases, you might see this. In this case, Shawn Watson's lawyers will ask to have the case dismissed. We'll see how judges view that then you go in the process of different like discovery. Proceed to trying to establish the jury or or otherwise. So these things take a long time. And typically, what you might say is well, maybe it settles. Maybe it goes away pretty quickly. It was pretty clear that John Watson said he wasn't Least initially was not interested in settling this. And now that you have such a large volume, it does seem like settlement is much more unlikely than it was in the beginning of this process. So this is the kind of thing that can take a very long time, months, if not longer. And now the NFL's also doing their own investigation here, Freddie I mean 16 civil suits now filed against the Shawn Watson from different 16 different miss uses. I reserve judgment until everything you know until everything it plays out. I guess that's the one the most responsible thing to do. Now, in the court of public opinion, that never happens. I mean to Shawn Watson is already you know it is brand. His name has been Just absolute tarnished by by most people across this country and in college, folk, college and pro football fans. Personally, I reserve judgment until I judgment has been rendered. One way or another. But pretty not talked about this briefly last night. Something just doesn't smell right. Don't know. I don't know what it is said that when they heard it, 12 and a very rapid escalation to 16, and no criminal charges have been brought against the Shawn Watson yet, right? Something isn't passing the smell test, but we'll figure out what that is. Why, Once a judgment in order 16 judgements have been rendered one way or

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Myanmar military extends martial law after bloodiest day since coup

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Myanmar military extends martial law after bloodiest day since coup

"Myanmar's military has declared martial lure in parts of the country's largest city yangon as the crackdown on resistance to last month's coup continues. The netherlands has suspended. Use of the oxford astra zeneca coronavirus vaccine over unproven concerns about possible side effects and angola markle's ruling christian democratic union party has returned poor results in two key regional votes in germany

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China wants to go carbon neutral by 2060, which could mean kicking out some tech

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:07 min | 3 months ago

China wants to go carbon neutral by 2060, which could mean kicking out some tech

"Inner. Mongolia is under pressure from the chinese government to reduce its energy use and the province has responded by cracking down on high energy activities. It's kerr tailing new steel and methanol production big data centers and banning cryptocurrency mining. That is notable because inner. Mongolia is a huge hub for crypto mining which requires a tremendous amount of electricity as supercomputers run millions of calculations to generate new coins. Jennifer pack marketplace's china correspondent. She says the environmental effects of crypto currency mining. Were in some ways an economic trade off. You have to understand that a lot of the latest where cryptocurrency mining is happening are poor places And so a lot of those local governments they want to attract these types of industries like crypto currency mining because it's generating economic growth for them and china's the biggest manufacturer of cryptocurrency mining equipment and also labor. These are the attractive features. Of and i don't think that just by one region in china trying to crack down on this would mean that china would no longer be a major player still will be. How will this. Crackdown potentially affect carbon emissions in that region at least in inner mongolia. If it goes according to plan it's going to go down but inner mongolia actually has a lot of Other renewable energies as well. It's just that cryptocurrency mining sucks up a lot of electricity but certainly china has committed itself to going carbon neutral by twenty sixty. And you can be sure that there will be a lot of pressure coming from the central leadership on these various places to get itself in line. You know all countries will have to reduce emissions to keep climate change on track for the goals that in the paris agreement big tack in general from bitcoin mining to these big power intensive data centers could be more of a target in the future right. Are there lessons. We can take away from this move. Definitely they're going to be the target. I guess There are other regions. As i mentioned where China also has cryptocurrency mining bases so in places like sichuan and they have rich hydropower So it's not always derived from coal but it is possible that could come from renewable energies. I guess it really comes down to the consumer right the demand because if you talk about the future of cryptocurrency mining it really just comes down to the profitability so it's likely that it will just keep shifting to wherever its most profitable the kind of mir's what's happened to labour-intensive industries right shoe shoe-manufacturing any other dirty industries that are undesirable. It usually just ends up to other places where the enforcement is rather lax if you will because they need the money for development. That's basically what the story is here in. Angola needed the money. Jennifer pack is marketplace's. China correspondent the amount of power. A cryptocurrency network is using is commonly referred to as a hash rate inner mongolia accounts for about eight percent of the global bitcoin mining hash rate.

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Amid 'historic' rollout, UN vaccine project faces some delay

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Amid 'historic' rollout, UN vaccine project faces some delay

"Let's hope the global vaccines promoter says the U. N. vaccine project faces some delays Seth Berkley off Gabby the vaccine alliance of knowledge is the Rhode Island has gone slower than expected in some places because of issues with shipping and approval but he says ultimately older sis will be made available Buckley a leader of the project to deploy code with nineteen vaccines to needy people in both rich and poor countries has acknowledged pickups in the Kovacs budget doing an update about his distribution plans meanwhile millions of doses are expected to arrive in Angola Cambodia Congo and Nigeria monkey new momentum for the program I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Kim Ng's journey to Miami Marlins GM serves as inspiration

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

Kim Ng's journey to Miami Marlins GM serves as inspiration

"And It's will gonna become be like throwing the darts. major's highest You gotta be aggressive. ranking You woman gotta make in baseball a bunch of operations birdies all the time hired we finish. The more by you think the nine Miami under Marlins would still be believed. as their general manager. I think She's that the first it's going to get female two double figures GM tackle Woods in at the four four Major under among 48 North American professional to have sports to finish leagues. that It's time second for straight round talk brought today, to you by so he was straight at even talk par Wireless and through the resume 10 halls is extensive when play was halted Is she won for him. three World Michael Series Collins, rings though, while spending which 21 in Angola years in junior front offices concerned with Chicago White Sox, About Tiger's the New York back. Yankees and The one thing Los I will Angeles say about Tiger Dodgers Woods. Michelle I Steel am very on nervous the significance about tomorrow. of this higher I know is it for in the bar and always five shots back, and I know he looks pretty comfortable out there. Tomorrow makes me very scared because of the amount of holes he has to play. And because of the break that's gonna happen between the finish around two and the beginning around three. The temperature's supposed to be a little cooler tomorrow. So as that temperature is cooler, the longer the break is between when he finishes and starts again, the more likely his back is to go. You know what? I don't think we're gonna do this. I don't think we're gonna do this and like that really makes me nervous. As far as Tiger Woods goes because we know his history with his back again. Cons concerned. About if Tiger will hold up. wise second round play resumes today. 7 30 Eastern, You could see it on ESPN. You're listening to SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app I'm Jim basketball. This weekend's cause football schedule dented by covert 19, but there are a host of intriguing games today. Her street reached Davis on SportsCenter on the match up to look out for you know, we always kid about these weeks when it looks like, Oh, it's you know, status quo. Everybody wins and moves on. These are the weeks where a lot of times the favorite show up, and they just kind of go through the motions and somebody ends up getting upset. Don't be shocked to see two or three upsets. I think a team that needs to be careful is Florida. The Gators are coming off an emotional win. Florida is thinking about, you know. Hey, we're gonna be in the mix here. We're trying to get to Atlanta. Be careful against Arkansas. You have fully paid Frank's coming back. I know Sam Pittman. Has covert as the head coach. He will not be coaching Berry. Autumn takes over, but our console manages the team that's believing and dangerous and Florida's going to need to forget about that Great win against George and get ready to play physical team against Arkansas Berry. Autumn, has a win as a head coach in the swamp when he was the head coach at Missouri Love to pull that upset again. All right. Let's bring in Heather Dennis to expand that college football conversation. And Heather. It's not the elephant in the room. Rather, the herd of elephants we know about the non bubble leagues like Major League baseball that finishing the NFL is powering through because Barbossa different dynamic regarding the covert impact. Six ranked teams postponed or canceled, including top ranked Alabama against L S U the Ivy League pulled the plug on winter sports Covitz numbers. Jumping across the country. Perhaps it's continuing to alter the schedule. Perhaps some schools are leagues just can't finish. But what sense do you have of how the coronavirus ultimately impacts this sport regarding getting the season finished? A champion crowned, I think as he seeks Missioner Gregg. Thank you summed it up the best this week when he said that he was shaken, not deterred, and that phrase has been repeated. Throughout this week, because I think it exemplifies the general feeling throughout the sports decision makers honestly from coast to coast, and while there has been some talk and acknowledgement This week that the conference commissioners are at least discussing the potential of pushing the college football playoff back if they need to. The general consensus is that everyone wants to reschedule these games. Play them and stick with the timeline and crowned champion on January 11th in Miami Gardens, Florida as plants. Yeah, that's that's according to actions that seems to be the sense you get. How about Whether we focus on a trio of ABC games today, we'll start with the prime time kickoff number. 13, Wisconsin at Michigan. That's a 7 30 Eastern kick off. The Badgers haven't played three weeks. The covert 19 outbreak there, including the quarterback and coach. Health wise. Where are the Badgers? Well, that's a great question. I don't know that they even know the answer to that. I mean, when you have players who cannot return any sooner than 21 days because of this return to play progression. That's the question. How do they look? What do they look like? I mean, for over a week, they were talking about just how they were meeting

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Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

Ben Shapiro

01:11 min | 10 months ago

Jessica Krug suspended after blog post claimed professor pretended to be Black

"Who is at George Washington University. She's an associate professor in African history of name is Jessica crude, she admitted Thursday. She's actually a culturally to his white. She wrote a life shattering medium post titled the Truth and Anti Black Violence of My Life. He's a self proclaimed historian of politics, ideas and cultural practices in Africa and the African diaspora. She said. For the better part of my adult life, every move I made every relationship I form has been routed in the napalm, toxic soil of lies to an escalating degree over my adult life. I have issued my lived experience as a white Jewish child in suburban Kansas City under various assumed identities within a blackness that I had no right to claim first North African blackness than us rooted blackness, then Caribbean rooted Bronx blackness. I've built my life on a violent anti black life. I've lied in every breath I have taken. She's the author of the book, Fugitive Maternity, Sze Kasama and the Politics and Freedom, which interrogates the political practices and discourses through which those who fled from slavery and the violence of the slave trade in Angola for coherent political communities outside of an in opposition to state politics. She says. There is no parallel form of my adulthood connected to white people or a white community or an alternative white identity. I have lived this life fully completely with no exit plan or strategy. I have no identity outside of this. I have never developed one.

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US grinds to a halt as Americans lock down to stop the spread of coronavirus

Ben Shapiro

09:37 min | 1 year ago

US grinds to a halt as Americans lock down to stop the spread of coronavirus

"Coronaviruses freaking everybody out well in corona virus news the British health minister and conservative member of parliament parliament Nadine Dorries has been diagnosed with corona virus now so the health minister of Great Britain has coronavirus mystery says she's been self isolating at home labour MP Rachel Maskell said she's been told to do the same **** met mysteries that apartment health in Britain said mysteries first showed symptoms on Thursday the same day she attended an event hosted by the prime minister right now U. K. had a documented total of three hundred eighty two cases as of yesterday six people with the virus have died in the U. K. in the United States the total number of cases now has surpassed one thousand cases in the United States we have twenty nine deaths so far the the clusters are happening on the coast mainly in Massachusetts New York Santa Clara California and up in Seattle Washington the first known US front of Irish cases announced January twenty first in Washington state the pace of diagnosis has quickened significantly in recent weeks at the start of the month seventy cases have been reported in this country most of them tied to overseas travel since then new cases have been pouring in by the dozens and then by the hundreds the coronavirus updates are coming fast and furious the mayor of New York bill de Blasio he said that there are lots of cases coming in at like dozens per day in New York City as testing is made available it is obvious that there are a lot of people who are least carrying corona virus without knowing that they are carrying corona virus or the the German public has now been warmed up to seventy percent of Germans face the possibility of infection that's going to Angola Merkel and of course the top US health official Dr Dr Anthony Fauci he said this is going to get worse so Dr Fauci said all hands are basically on track with this thing these are really simple keep the workplace safe keeping the home safe keeping the schools safe and keeping commercial establishing safe this should be universal for the country everyone should be doing that where do you live in his own that as communities spread or not when you have community spread you obviously going to ratchet up the kinds of medications that you have but at a minimum this is the minimum that we should be doing so everybody should say all hands on deck this is what we need to do in a non shocking news thanks to again the up and down of the corona virus news the stock market in creamed again it's just up and down insanely was up like a thousand points and then is dumped again back down a thousand points pretty amazing how the stock market is bouncing around like a yo yo no we're not gonna know honestly where anything stands until the end of April Megan McArdle has an interesting column over the Washington post a lot of people might really like everyone is looking around going I don't see a lot of car owners out there yeah we had a grand total of like four thousand deaths worldwide if you look at the flu every year and kills like a hundred thousand people worldwide minimum maybe hundreds of thousands of people worldwide every year so why are we also worried about coronavirus Megan McArdle has this statistical dot experiment to remind you that when there's an exponential growth factor things move really quickly right you don't see anything in the C. everything right it let let's say you have a pond with lily pads example that you get statistically and it explains why were also worried today if you have a pond with lily pads and the lily pads are going to overtake the pond as they grow in each day the lily pads double the number of lily pads double so let's say that day one it's one to which to death rates for right to keep stumbling on the very last day the lily pads cover the entire pond the question is at what point did lily pads cover half the pond at what point it really has got a half upon and the answer is the day before they cover the entire contract if they're doubling every day and that means that half the town was covered yesterday and today boom suddenly the entire pond is covered that is how exponential growth works okay that is what people are feeling in terms of coronavirus is that we have exponential growth of coronavirus what you end up with is no one around me has it oops everyone I think that's it right that that that is what people are fearing is that sudden is that sudden object and this is what is being feared by the trump former homeland security adviser Tom Bossert he says hospitals are basically ten days away from being creamed he suggested in an op ed that we are we are in trouble in terms of our our hospital facilities as officials must pull the trigger on aggressive interventions said aggressive internet interventions put off and ease the burden on hospitals and other healthcare infrastructure and that of course is true as one of my wrists wells then the hospitals that need to be prepared as I already said mayor bill de Blasio said that things are happening intensely in New York City and the governor Jay Inslee has no restricted gathers more than two hundred and fifty people in king county as well as several as well as you know how much and Pierce counties which are the the biggest counties in Washington state that means no soccer games means no it means no baseball games it means that basically all major gatherings ought to be canceled according to Jay Inslee the governor of Washington state Dr foundry has suggested there be no crowds at NBA games so basically if you have tickets for opening day in the United States for baseball you can fairly bank that that is not going to happen why colleges are canceling events I would not be surprised if my college events this semester for example are canceled that would not be a great shock again I think that all of this makes a certain amount of sense like better caution and they have this viral outbreak you want to reduce the size of the the spread and the and the quickness of the spread is to give us time right now we're bargaining for time but we don't know what the death rates are on this thing we just don't and what that means is that every attempt to slow the spread of the virus buys a day for people to develop vaccines they're going to be more effective in slowing or stopping the spread of the virus of becomes just another seasonal problem instead of becoming an overwhelming threat to western populations so this is it it is in this light it is important to recognize that when the federal government fails along this along these lines you can be absolutely disastrous there's a a piece from The New York Times that is just devastating talking about how the federal government did in fact blow the month the president trump was a president trump said very early on we're shutting down travel from China and a lot of people unless I'm not this is racist on this is terrible ten people were saying you have virus when buyers is racist you can see when my wrist is a drum said no we're sitting down travel that was a very good thing it was a very smart thing was the right thing to do the problem is that only buys you time because it turns out that some people are going to get in and any other problem so what did the federal government do with a month and president trump bought them by shutting down travel from from when the answers basically nothing according to Dr Helen chew infectious disease expert in Seattle she knew the United States and not have much time in late January the first confirmed American case of coronavirus have landed in her area critical questions need answers have been infected anyone else according to The New York Times was the deadly virus already working in other communities and spreading as luck would have a doctor to have a way to monitor the region for months as part of a regional research project into the flu she and a team of researchers have been collecting nasal swabs residents experiencing symptoms throughout the Puget Sound region three purpose the test for monitoring coronavirus they would need the support of state and federal officials but nearly everywhere Dr Jew turned officials repeatedly rejected the idea interviews and emails show even as weeks called by an average margin countries outside of China where the infection begin by February twenty fifth Dr Chu and her colleagues could not bear to wait any longer they began performing coronavirus test without government approval but came back in from the worst fear they quickly had a positive test from a local teenager with no recent travel history the corona virus had already established itself on American soil without anybody realizing it Dr she recalled thinking it must've been here this entire time is just everywhere already in fact officials later discovered through testing the virus had already contributed to the deaths of two people guns killed twenty more in the Seattle region over the following days federal and state officials said the flu study could not be repurposed because it didn't have explicit permission from research subjects labs are also not certified for clinical work well now Jeannie affable questions doctor should others argue there should be more flexibility in an emergency very much so many lives could be lost this is correct I mean like if you give permission for somebody to do a nasal swab for flow and that is repurposed enables one for coronavirus I honestly fail to see how any reasonable person would consider that a violation of privacy I nobody must know that I had grown up at night they're not gonna release your specific rotavirus task it just allows the state to do something on Monday night state regulators told them to stop testing altogether the failure to tap into the flu study detailed here for the first time was just one in a series of missed chances by the federal government to ensure more widespread testing during the early days of the outbreak when containment would've been easier instead local officials across the country were left to work in the dark as the crisis go undetected exponentially now so I think this is from so now I don't I don't think trump is monitoring local level task I think this is the fault of the massive regulatory bureaucracy that prevents people from doing reasonable things it turns out that the federal government well it is well placed to issue brought national guidelines is not well placed to deal with local testing that has to be done it turns out the local communities maybe the the fastest to react to the sort of thing right voluntary shut downs right now happening across the country with regard to major public events and those are happening on the local and state level without the federal government even doing anything it turns out the people who see federalism is the obstacle to this sort of thing they're doing it wrong local and state officials are more answerable to local populations and are in fact more likely to request the people do responsible things in fact is that porn was yesterday in the in the Jewish community basically every pore institute that I've heard of in my area meaning every big poor meal with big gatherings lots of kids those were basically shut down voluntarily without any guidance from the federal state or local officials is so the notion that the federal government needs to be running this thing in extraordinarily top down fashion the federal government should be coordinating all the officials letting them know sort of the minimum of what they expect but standing in the way of local officials doing what they need to do to Tampa's thing down is a completely different thing and that is a testament to the stupidity of bureaucracy generally

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"angola" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"angola" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Plugs are starting to Angola maneuver around for how to secure a brokered convention and how to win it you crazy Bernie supporters they're going to try to drive you insane here and may may succeed so you news you need to pay close attention eight Jan do you follow politics who should I vote for four train commission you mean railroad commission that said that's an easy one I'm voting for Ryan said the railroad commission has nothing to do with trains and oversees the oil and gas industry in Texas Ryan since the first engineer to serve in that job in over fifty years his leadership is keeping our energy costs low really what kind of leadership Ryan Sitton started and led companies in energy technology and data science he's an entrepreneur not a politician while some Democrats want to shut down Texas energy production Ryan is working to keep our bills low when we fill up at the pump or run the AC well that's awesome No Way is Ryan the guy who exposes socialism and climate change myths yep on his website Ryan Sitton dot com all right I'm voting conservative Ryan Sutton for railroad commissioner smartness political advertising paid for by the Ryan Sitton campaign the motive the entire studio Belden's automotive in tires your diesel specialists excuse news radio twelve hundred W. away ice and Tonio I heart radio station you happen to be in north star mall food courts Saturday afternoon I Megan this shelf with our top stories and traffic and weather together well way I traffic center the news right now on one fifty one going was phone before Westover hills that crash is now cleared up the traffic is going back at your posted speeds from military drive were accident free now all around the area so that is also some good news thirty seven north and south bound between four ten thirty five you're going at your posted speed sets have a problem call to point to one zero seven eight five two six zero one I mourn shore news radio twelve under W. O. A. R..

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23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

UN News

13:21 min | 1 year ago

23rd International Meeting of National Mine Action

"So here we are at the urine stool in Geneva and we are speaking about the twenty thousand International Meeting of Mine Action National Directors and United Nations advisors so basically basically unmastered say the United Nations Mine Action Service in addition to Sarah Jerry. He's a researcher. From King's College in London has been looking at research approach into on the link between climate change and vulnerable populations affected by unexploded ordinance stuck in the ground and elsewhere. Welcome everybody body. I'm going to just dive in quickly. Going to Richard Baltimore's Program Manager for South Sudan with unmasks wretched. Tell me the main thrust of the meeting being here at the United Nations in Geneva what you can to achieve this week well simply putting the importance of mine action back on the map. Reminding people there's a problem exists exists around the world that is being addressed but it needs constant support to keep his going a mine-free world is achievable. We simply need to keep doing what we're doing. Just talk me through what the process. Who says you go into a community in south Sudan? Can you give me a particular example of an area is cleared recently. How you've held community? We're helping hundreds of communities Aziz every single day we're going into villages where mines were laid possibly thirty or forty years ago wet forests have grown up around them. People wonder into those forests in search of natural resources to cut wood together the forest vegetables and plan selves up working to render the ground safe and the the the reality is the poorest of the poor go into minefields knowing they all taking a risk. Studying Cambodia showed eighty five percent of mine victims victims. New they're in a minefield at the time. They had their accident but they also knew they were going to be hungry at night. So they take the wrist to go and get it and not not. de-mining is not an option. People will still take the risk and go into the minefields. We need clear those minds to make the land safe. Just start with a level playing field being out to grow awesome food. It is astonishing it comes down to having to live from day to day and Edwin fake money. If I can come to you know you were in Cambodia. Do you share richards. Experience experience. There is that what you were finding radio program officer unless now but you were working for a long time with U. N. D. P. The UN Development Program. Yes you actually see that people take risks risks. When they're hungry they will try to the forest to find food if they have piece of land contaminated? They will try to farm it so that they can grow the rice. It's basically subsistence isn't farming for everything there. And if they contact us the land and they will take measures to go in and see if they can actually get food. What's your message to the conference? Is this week. There is a need for us to address this theory's hope for example specifically for Kamalia. Two hundred twenty five is a goal for them. It can be achieved there to clear. All of known remaining landmines by twenty twenty-five how many we talking about. It's there still about nine hundred square kilometers of land mines but it was like a lot. I mean look look and you say twenty. twenty-five it is a lot but the government has actually committed themselves. You know Wait I left Komodo last year. They committed themselves that they will give ten percents counterpart funding to any international funds. Subtle coming for Mine Action and you be assumed that in the sense that last year we got ten percent of those about about two hundred thousand dollars last year from the Komo government which is a first big step for them taking responsibility for the problem that they have so there is progress and hopefully by two thousand twenty five and quickly back to Richard. You said that South Sudan continues to be contaminated by mines laid out decades ago but their goal is twenty twenty. He's seven four title Clearance Twenty Twenty Six if the current peace can hold if we can get access to all areas then. It's reasonable with current levels of funding as long as that maintained that we we will complete clearance by Twenty Twenty Six but ordinance will continue to appear for decades. There is still ordinance turning up across Western Europe that was fought over a hundred two years ago. Being ploughed up in the fields of Belgium reality of any conflict affected country but in the short term you need sustained funding to help South Sudan Dan. As many other countries need to decontaminate. You cannot come quickly to use Aruna Jerry from King's College London research only be looking at the link between climate the change and unexploded ordinance or nine months contamination. Can you tell me a bit about what you felt. I've been looking specifically at the conflict context. I've been looking at mine. Action in how they interrelate from post conflict peacebuilding framework and the climate. He's something that I've come into recently looking at how that is adding the levels. Abelson wonder ability because I was in Angola in September doing some work where they went national saint for Humanitarian De Mining on a research project. Nick and what we saw there was that once fields are cleared that the farmers there are grateful because clear and provide quite a lot of land. And what they're doing is resorting to the cotton slash methods of cultivation now. What that does the environment is? Just at the the time the fires in the Amazon on but in Angola there was second highest fires when the satellite team. It is dance so while we can clear and and the farmers were saying yes but the drought has impacted so yes. The farm has been returned to the farmers. But there are other you know beyond the mine in action and my take into that is can we incorporate as a sector. Can we bringing other lessons for these people when we out there with them saying once we've cleared the farm may be a certain sense of responsibility in the ways. We cultivate and all so integrating being innovative in our practice to dealing with communities to reduce their ability interesting. So what you're calling for really is for broader approach to helping communities once the areas made safe. So I don't know maybe I could turn to you. Seddon Threat Mitigation Officer with the Mine Action Service so he didn't a lot of work into be at the moment. I don't know how house access you have there. Because we've had talks recently here in Geneva for ongoing between opposing parties fighting outside Tripoli to the South how are you UH helping communities get safer and be free of this sort of scourge that must induce mentality among populations yes. There are two real issues to addressed. ICED firstly is that Libya has the world's largest uncontrolled ammunition stop palm. It is estimated that there were between one hundred fifty thousand two hundred thousand tonnes of uncontrolled control munitions across Libya. Also what we've seen recently in the fighting which broke out in southern Tripoli in April of last year is the expenditure ordinance and the threat posed by explosive remnants of war as increased and sadly many of the areas that were previously cleared of you exit have now been reconsolidated as a result. The current fighting some specific concerns that we've got amendment relates to some of the more complex munitions that The Libyan's require assistance to dispose off. And the previous Qaddafi regime for example bolts some quite complex missile systems that use talks ick propellants and these toxic propellants pose a very considerable threat to the environment went and also to the Libyan people which live close proximity to their storage depots so one of the projects that are mass. Lear initiated with support from the German government his to safely dispose of some of these very hazardous liquid propellants in Libya. Thank you Bob for that. Now I'm going to turn to leave because you're the Global Communications Honcho Four. Unless you could tell me how many countries on Mrs Operating in I'm what stays sort of information sharing between those officers who are involved in making community safe and and maybe what are the new ways that we using computers not officially intelligence to help us improve decontamination. Everywhere yeah the United Nations by action service we of nineteen programs in countries and territories around the world the UN as a whole is a little bit over thirty so the UN is. We're mine action. United Nations mine. Action has the Inter Agency Coordination Group for Mine Action which we helped to service and facilitate and that's really is an information exchange so and this meeting that we're at this week in Geneva Leyva where we have the national directors from all over the world from every mine affected country. I'm comes in. That's a big part of it is to share lessons learned best practices and the technology which is very important specifically with with improvised explosive devices. I mean we've been working for years in Afghanistan. We've seen a lot of devices that were used in Afghanistan that show up in other conflict zones specifically today's in Somalia we've seen stuff in Iraq. There's an innovation there. There's obviously on the dark web. People have access to figure out WHO's building. What and how are they building yet? What type of charges etc.? So you have to stay alert and you have to be following that. Obviously that's not something terribly new military out there in the world The United Nations. We don't don't particularly do intelligence service things but we are starting a database now in order to try to bring in academics and the governments that want to share that information in order that we make our people on the ground safer so that people would have some type of place to go to look at the type of devices I see they can do photos of directly and put it up in this database and then people can look at it from other parts of the world and say immediately. I've seen that. Don't touch that wire. I mean if you WanNa get it simple or this is probably how it is or the or the charter is going to be. You know. Two hundred meters. There's away or is that kind of thing and somebody mentioned earlier today when we were speaking about infrared Is that you know the technologies that exist out there. They are extremely deadly. It's a little bit different than a landmine. I'm where you're just using a metal detector and you're going along and something beeps and you're saying okay is that you know a pop top or is that something more dangerous when you deal with. ID's there three hundred sixty degrees so you don't know where they are And I mean there was just an attack recently in Afghanistan for example where somebody stuck a charge on the top of the roof of a car which killed the UN employees it was UNDP and that's an example of something which smit this new database that's going to be soft launch today at this is meeting with look into. So what specs do you need for your car roofs when the UN by vehicles because that's obviously a weakness right when a car sitting in traffic and somebody puts a bomb on the roof of of it and nobody thought about that but there are ways to know if there's devices on a car magnetic sensors that tell you. Something's been added this car and that's the kind of stuff that we need to know. The the United Nations need in order to keep all personnel. And all NGOs safe. It is frightening. You could be totally paranoid radio studio. They want to step foot outside. Because it's you know I've read the English patient I've read the some of the mindset of somebody who's laying mines encounters and things. I think my goodness this is just extraordinarily frightening writing and terrifying. And I'm Bob you're saying earlier the the threat of mines is not going away. Sadly the very effective asymmetric form of Attack Jack and the effectiveness of the ID as technology level is now very much understood by. The extremists are employing days. I mean sadly that knowledge is now the Leah's mentioned the information is disseminated now across the Internet. It is relatively easy now for people with no previous experience or training to acquire The knowledge from the web to make homemade explosives and to build quite sophisticated audience systems from scratch. You know with any external intervention. So so you're suggesting earlier Bob that it's not just a question of getting the minds out of the ground. It's a broader approach. Can you maybe explain what that means. Yes certainly insufficient really just to deal with the the explosive threat itself itself when one considers the threat posed by ideas. You really look at the the. ID system so it requires an effective whole of government approach. And that's very much based on not just the entity that's dealing with the explosive straight itself. But you got to look at the forensic organization that recovers evidence the analysis of that of the good police squirt this required to identify locate arrest and then process the perpetrators through the judicial system and Libya. This is happening. It is happening. Actually the The Mass Libya team has worked quite closely with Libyan authorities. And we've been trying to develop the forensic skills of the Criminal Investigation Department such that the Libyan police. I can do this themselves. Thank you very much. I think we've pretty much come to the end of this discussion very brief Look at what your and Mine Action Service is doing. It's been a delight to have you here but I'd love often any final messages or thoughts that you have before you plunge back into the dark recesses of the UN Pele here in Geneva and share information which is obviously why you're here simply that clearing clearing the wolves. Lamont problem is achievable. It's very very achievable. I started de-mining in nineteen ninety-three when the world talked about it being a thousand year problem problem now it down to single digits of years with realistic assessments. Credible Clarence methods. We're winning this fight. Unfortunately the fighters moved on on the problem is not being replaced by problem. The crux of this issue is ending grievances. If people want to find a way to kill each other's they will do so but in those countries where the wounds have healed such as Cambodia. We can go on and complete the Job Sarah Jerry Richard. Bulte Bob Seddon ugly really would yeah. Many things

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Report raises concern about rare polio cases caused by oral vaccine

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Report raises concern about rare polio cases caused by oral vaccine

"Four African countries have reported new cases of polio link to the oral vaccine in a report late last week the World Health Organization partners noted nine new polio cases cools by the vaccine in Nigeria Congo Central African Republic and Angola seven countries elsewhere in Africa have seen similar outbreaks in cases have been reported in Asia in rare cases the live virus in oral polio vaccine can mutate and spoke out breaks the World Health Organization has long relied on the cheap and easily administered oral polio vaccine however western countries use a more expensive injectable vaccine the contains an inactivated viruses capable of causing

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

WBZ Morning News

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Kick Off Africa Tour With a Dance

"Its prince Harry a mega Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry a magnum will give clothing books and other items to an Africa based charity the trains and employees women living with HIV S. community health

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 Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

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Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

"Its prince Harry America Markle's first official tore as a family A. B. C.'s Maggie Rowley says a royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie. five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the country Harry and Meghan will give closing books and other items to an African based charity that trains employees women living with I. H. I. V. as community

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Prince Harry and Meghan kick off first family tour of Africa

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Prince Harry and Meghan kick off first family tour of Africa

"Its prince Harry and Meghan Markle's first official tour as a family they be sees Maggie Rulli says the royal couple kicked off their trip in Cape Town South Africa for ten days the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said new baby Archie who barely five months old is one of the youngest Royals to ever go on tour will travel to South Africa but hearing going on to Botswana Angola and Malawi the couple famously visited Botswana just weeks after meeting their love marked for ever and Megan's engagement ring with a diamond from the

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Hong Kong activists appeal for German support

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Hong Kong activists appeal for German support

"Hong Kong activist appealing to Angola Merkel for support ahead of the German chancellors trip to China this week Merkel spokesman says the government has co taken note of an open letter sent to I sent by prominent pro democracy youth activists tools the chancellor but the spokesperson refused to be drawn on whether Merkel would push the issue during her three day trip which starts

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"angola" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"angola" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The last round by Angola men and women's championship game begins at four with the closing ceremony at five in South Boston James R. O. hasta UBC Boston's newsradio northward to James sounds like some good action going on there well the lights went out without warning last night in Manhattan seventy three thousand customers affected Salim on Broadway in the Times Square WBZ radios Jamie bongo is in New York with their family they found themselves right in the middle of all that madness there inside thirty rock when the power went out one elevator were the people that down and then no elevators came back our tour guide took us into the stairwell and our guide could not get us out mentally is security guard came and did let us out we joined the giant heard of people that were being evacuated Jews came on around midnight thousands of customers without power in Manhattan including Carnegie Hall farmers who were evacuated put on an impromptu show outside on the street it is to twelve time to check sports events final at Wimbledon a pair of heavy weights with Roger Federer Novak Djokovic continue to go back and forth in the fifth set tiebreaker Djokovic able to stave off two championship points for Federer as each had been broken here in this tie breaker better of course in search of his ninth Wimbledon title joker his fifth red Sox overtake the rubber game of the Dodgers tonight when a series coming out of the break David price gets the nod he's been good with each of his last three starts he's allowed five earned over those seventeen innings with twenty two Kazin just six walks will be opposed by National League all star starter hunch in Rio who's ten into with ridiculous one seven three ERA that's of course the best in all of baseball stocks also making a move to help out the rotation when they picked up ensure Cashner from the Orioles yesterday now the plan is apparently to put nature of all the into the closer's role once he gets back from injury the first pitch tonight at seven at Fenway sports bunch by.

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News in Brief 11 June 2019

UN News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 11 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in New York Security Council members issued a statement on Monday offering their full support to the UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths, after he was reportedly criticized by the government of the war ravaged country. A fragile ceasefire has largely held in and around the keyboard city of data since the signing of the Stockholm agreement last December the accord is seen as a first move to brokering a lasting peace between opposition who teas and the Saudi led international coalition backing the government in these Security Council statement members gave their unequivocal backing to Mr. Griffiths and called on the parties to engage constructively and continuously with these special envoy in a related development, the UN political and peace building affairs chief, Rosemary, dicarlo, met Yemeni President at rob Amancio Hattie in the Saudi capital Riyadh. They discussed the work of the Yemen envoy, and the way forward for advancing the fridge. Al ceasefire accord, and for returning to dialogue to reach a political solution to the white a conflict, according to a statement attributed to miss dicarlo the discussions were described as productive and miss dicarlo thanked president had for his government's commitment to full implementation of the Stockholm agreement fundamental change to the world of working polluting and e you wide minimum wage is needed to address the growing gap between society's haves and have nots French president Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday in a speech at the international labor organization's Santini conference in Geneva. mR Macron insisted that the accumulation of wealth in the hands of the few from globalization had created a law of the jungle. This had opened the door to damaging, nationalism, xenophobia and disillusionment with democracy. He said also at the Isla conference. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Member Sates to step up the fight against child labor of the one hundred fifty two million children forced to work globally. Some seventy three. Million were involved in hazardous activities. She said in support of Ireland's initiative to end the scourge globally by twenty twenty five and finally a landmark ruling by Botswana's high court that scraps laws against same sex relationships has been welcomed by you and human rights, top official, Michelle Basch, let in a statement on Tuesday, the U N, High Commissioner underlined that the high court had unanimously found sections of the penal code to be unconstitutional, and a violation of human rights such discrimination has impacts that go far beyond arrest and detention miss Bachelet said, noting that the criminalization of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people could lead to them being denied health care, education, employment and housing, but swan as decision follows similar action in nine other countries in the past five years, including Angola, Belise India, and Trinidad and Tobago in Kenya last month. However, a similar constitutional challenge to overturn laws that discriminate against the. Lgbtq community was unsuccessful Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks

FT News

09:19 min | 2 years ago

Franco-German divisions laid bare in Brexit talks

"To delay. Brexit from six months overriding the objections of French president Emmanuel Macron and setting a Halloween deadline for Britain to leave the block lettering. Con talks to Alex Barker and Gotcha Zan about the considerations informed. The discussions. Onyx? It's the often after very long Brexit summit. We left the building around four o'clock in the morning. We had a result. What was it? So it was Otto thirty first Halloween is the new day for Brexit. It was a difficult discussion. The second time that you leaders of come together in the last month to extend Britain's membership in the union and its controversial because there were very clear differences of you typically between France and Germany over the merits of Britain staying within the union, and it became very clear through the course of the night way. You had the French president Emmanuel Macron taking a very tough approach initially, especially making clear that he wanted a short extension in may or June to keep pressure on the UK to force a decision about this to avoid the UK taking part in European elections next month. For parliament. They want to leave. And at the other end, the majority of you leaders who wanted something that was longer that would take Brexit of their agenda for up to a year and Angola Merckel was one of the strong advocates of that approach in that group as a summit seemed to go on we had to raise may coming doing her dress. But there's only one leader that was the focus of events. And that was mR Macron became out telling us that he was happy with the best possible compromise. And remarkable also came out and said that she was very happy with the result guy. What was the role of the charter in getting Macron into medium extension territory, the, but he's happy with and she was happy with what was have influence over him. I think she had a kind of moderating influence over Macron. I think you had essentially French president with a very tough hard line approach is is is described and you have the other. The camp that wanted to sort of extend it much further out to possibly as far as April next year. And I think Michael was trying to edge towards a compromise that was satisfied both camps. And I think it was very important that she talked about the e use historic responsibility. This is an abiding feature of the kind of rhetoric that Merckel uses on Brexit. She believes that people in twenty to thirty years time. We'll look back and judge the EU on how it handled Brexit, especially the whole concept of a no deal Brexit. She thinks that history will judge the European Union extremely harshly. If it allows written to crash out without a deal. So I think that is her overriding priority in these negotiations to ensure an orderly Brexit one that doesn't damage the version Konami also doesn't damage the European the German economy. So we're left with this Halloween date and. Effectively splitting the difference between the two council were ended up equidistant, but October thirty first the beginning of November is also quite an important moment in the political cycle. Alex. Why does it matter in a year of quite big upheaval that we're in October toiletry rather than say December? What does it mean in the us life cycle post-election world? It's a big transitional year for the EU all of institutions will have a new president appointed in the coming year. And November is a time when the European Commission leadership will change and Brown's had worried that Britain's continuation as a Member State would start kind of pollute the normal day-to-day business of the EU, and it retains all the rights and powers of membership yet wants to leave this union and November's the point where it would have been potentially nominating. A European Commissioner. From the UK and would be taking decisions about shaping the club in the future. Even when Britain still intended to leave. And so this provides a bit of security about those concerns by limiting the kind of influence of the UK would be able to have their will other commitments given. But it's quite hard to do it legally because alternately all the voicing powers Britain has would still be there. I'm gonna Mirka when she walked into the room. We saw laughing and joking one diplomat described demeanor as quite relaxed on the other hand you had Mr. Macron for whom the stakes were very high. He walked into the room telling us that unit his project, the sorts of of the was a stake in the end we managed to come somewhere in the middle. But was this a seminal summit for the Franco-German relationship were talking to someone an expert on the think tank in Berlin softening who made a very interesting point, which is the really in a way the difference that we have between France and Germany on this issue of delaying. Brexit is actually indicative of much bigger split between Germany, and France, which is their attitude to reform the EU, I mean Micron essentially has this idea that Brexit is a big distraction from as you put it the European renaissance, and the sooner we get rid of this destruction the better so that we can get on with the task. Of reforming overhauling the EU. Now Merckel is very very cautious. We know that. But she's quite conservative. When it comes to big rolls of the dice, reforming the EU. So actually for her this issue of Brexit being a distraction is actually less relevant because overhauling the EU is also less of a priority for her on. It's actually becoming increasingly difficult to persuade Taryn party the Christian Democrats of the wisdom of doing these bold reforms. So in a way, she is much more supportive of these sort of incremental steps and also in a way, she's trying desperately to ensure that there are no big cataclysms that will hurt the EU and could actually lead to the disintegration of the EU. That's her main concern is keeping the EU together. And I think she feels that Brexit is potentially such a destabilizing thing that needs to be managed incredibly well in order to keep. P- a you cohesion to maintain aid. You you should not sexually top priority. Alex. He's been in Brussels long enough to know that the Franco-German relationship has been through a few ups and downs. How would you judge where we are right now given that yesterday or last night very apparent the mR Macron was pretty isolated an even though Michael bottom around. He seemed to have backed himself into a bit of a corner is that an ominous sign for how these two partners go ahead and future. I mean, the French president had a bit of support in the room. But clearly he was in a minority, and it's very rare to see such clear differences in public while public as a summit gets voiced clearly in such a sustained manner over something that's as important as this issue, the French and Germans tend to keep their differences private or try to always huge divergences in outlook of many big policy areas. But. It's more and more creeping into the public realm. They're more comfortable about speaking in opposition to each other and use that to some extent last night, some of it was tactical considerations. Should they go short and keep the pressure on the UK to make the labor party feel that there was a no deal imminent that it was time to really compromise. Or should they go long take it off, the EU agenda give the UK time and possibly make all the Brexit. Who think a no deal is a good thing. Think that the whole Brexit may be lost in it's time to compromise and do a deal. So that was a legitimate question there, but underlying the differences between the French and gyms was more fundamental difference in outlook about the European interest over Brexit in mccombs view. It is in the European interest for this to end as soon as possible and potentially for Europe to continue without the UK. In the view of Berlin. It would be better for this to resolve itself in his consensual away as possible and ideally probably for the Brits to stay in. That was the fundamental difference in outlook, the orientated both leaders last night and actually caused all the trouble in the room. No leaders last night ruled out another extension pasta. But which means we could be back having this clash of philosophies again. And it'll be interesting to see whether if we're back in Newton, Macron's vision might win over the longer ones. But. We'll have to wait and see very much guys.

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Brussels doubts: another Brexit delay

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:58 min | 2 years ago

Brussels doubts: another Brexit delay

"This morning, many hours after the leaders of the European Union sat down to dinner to discuss its most troublesome member an agreement was reached on what to do next tonight's. There will be on account of decided to grant stay United Kingdom of flexible extension of the article fifty period under the. The festival European Council. President Donald tusk pulled Britain back from a cliff edge averting, a default, no deal Brexit tomorrow. But the change in timeline came with a plea this extension this s flexible as Sykes -pected and solidified shotted the knife Specht about the still enough to find the best possible option. Do not waste this time. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may hadn't been invited to the dinner. Instead she ate humble pie. Coming back to Brussels once again without a consensus on how to leave the EU nearly three years after Brits voted out. Let me conclude by saying this, I know that there is a huge frustration from many people that I had to request this extension. The UK should have left the EU by now and I sincerely regrets. The fact that I have not yet been able to persuade parliament to approve a deal which would allow the UK to leave in a smooth and orderly way. But the choices we now face are stark and the timetable is clear. That frustration had been all too evidence over the course of the evening. The big gap was between Angola Merckel of Germany who had most of the other leaders gathered around her and a minority around Emmanuel Macron, France, Germany, cliff rights, Charlemagne, our call him about European politics. He's been watching all of this from Brussels. Mrs Merckel was for granting Britain of very long extension to work out. What it really wanted from Brexit, and to ideally pass a deal zoo, the German jobs Lewis pushing for a delay until at least the end of the year perhaps into twenty twenty on the other hand demento macro wanted to force Britain to make up its mind sooner than that. And was pushing for maybe just a few additional weeks, so avoiding a no deal exit this Friday, but nonetheless, getting on with the decision and and getting out of the way of other issues the teachings of more important to the EU. So how was a middle way found how do they hammer this out in the end essentially, they decided to split the difference by going for thirty first which some would consider. A reasonable balance between the imperatives of getting the Brexit issue sorted out of the way on the one hand and also giving bricks and time to yourself out on the other on the flip side, you could say that it's both long enough for Britain to cause disruption and not not enough necessarily to make its mind up. But in in the meantime, one of the ways that Britain can make mischief is at next month's European parliament elections how much is that a factor in all of this is originally both sides really wanted to avoid prison participating in the year in parliamentary action, the Brits. Because they didn't think it would look good three years after Britain voted to leave the EU to be voting yet. Again, new legislators to the parliament in Strasbourg and on the European side. I think there was a sense that Britain now that it's ready halfway out of the door. Anyway, would be a disruptive force in the European parliament. And you know, could could end up leaving the club quite soon after it elects EMMY peas there, there is another way which is that Britain kind of enters. A gentlemen's agreement simply to lay low and and to not make mischief, and that's actually what has entered into Britain has for example, said that it won't interfere in the choice of the next European Commission. President it won't get in the way of of the Union's term objectives and to confirm that that will be an informal summit in June the review Britain's behavior as as as an ongoing member of the club. There's no suggestion that Britain will be objected prematurely on the back of that. But I think it's it is that is meant as a recurrence to people like manual Mackall who worry that Britain because trouble so is is Brexit having an effect on on the EU. More broadly is are all of these kinds of disagreements, and these long meetings sort of highlighting other divisions within the U you starting to see now is an interesting split between those who would like to see Britain change, it's mind either in general election or in a second referendum and rejoin or commit to stay in the EU. And I think you could count Angela Merkel's among those and some of the other northern members. And those who think that really it's time that Britain left in the end of the club needs to make virtue of that. And I think the macro belongs to that club. And those I think speak to brought a divides about what sort of e you Europe should be aiming for should it be a tight or integrated Europe or broader one along along more sort of loose lines. So I think you're gonna see that play out, particularly if Britain comes back to us yet another extension tuba.

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"angola" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show, Russia Russia is a villain according to many of the. Front pages of the of the American newspapers Russian is a villain because it has enlisted in some sinister fashion the president of the. United, States in the Trump administration Russia is essentially a villain because it's using, its energy and economic power to belittle and enslave Europe because of Europe's needs for energy however Russia is also not someone who can beat the marketplace and John Tammy. Real clear markets in Forbes is here. To help, us understand how the pummeling of Russia does not in any fashion change how the marketplace actually responds to international, affairs John a very good evening to you most recently the president Is identified as a person who was. Unkind you know kind of blunt to Angola miracle during a Brussels meeting I think she he. Pointed out that he or she is meeting in Brussels talking about, defense budgets and two percent and that fending off the. Russian bear fo at the frontiers and at the same time she signing gas and energy deals with Russia that transfer an untold treasures. Into, Russian hands in exchange for energy that Germany needs and will redistribute up, throughout Europe this was seen as a bold move by Donald Trump calling the hypocrisy of Angola miracle in fact John urinalysis analysis of this deal makes it much less. Than anybody is proposing how so John. Good evening, to you Well I it's kind of like this the US could be at war and embargoed by every oil producing nation on earth and also have no oil in the. United States we would still consume more oil than any, other country in the world and. We would, simply because we would buy it from those these oil producing nations were selling. It to it's no different from Russia Short of it quite literally hoarding all, the natural gas sourced and Russia. Which would be you know self-defeating would lead to Russia losing massive market share there's no way it can hold a continent like Europe. Hostage to its supplies of of of of natural gas I mean there's just no way if the Russian stop selling that were already seen. This right now that certain countries in Europe are looking for, alternate sources including American. Sources of, natural gas and so, this idea that the Russians would just stop, selling, it in 'cause Germans to. Suffer winters without heat is just not serious implicit there is that Gazprom would be willing to give away market share which of course. It would never do you point to an article most recently in the. Op-ed page of the Wall Street Journal David Rifkin and meal MIR zoos all the former Croatian Foreign Minister. And they are identifying Gazprom As, a, source of weakness if I understand this, correctly and that, we are, vulnerable that is we NATO, members are vulnerable to. Russian bad acting how so John what is their threat and what is your response to their view is that. Is that, Gazprom has eighty percent market share in Europe and so theoretically Gazprom is viewed as sort of a controlled by the Russian state that one day, the Russians could just say okay. We're gonna stop selling natural gas we're going to limit sales just to western Europe European countries so that no supply gets to eastern European countries but they're really there's no truth to what they say assuming the Russians gore Gazprom sells the natural gas into the market there's. No accounting for its final destination so assuming sales to western, European nations logic logic. Dictates that, they would sell what, they have, or their supply for east Eastern European nations there would be no. Way for the Russians to limit it Furthermore it would, be against, the interests of Gazprom and Russia more broadly to, not sell, as, much natural gas as possible simply because Russia's Europe is a huge market failure to do so would be a giving up of market. Share which no business ever does and it would also lead to a failure to meet the supply needs of European countries would, lead, to the entrance of new suppliers. We're seeing this already by the admission of Ripken, ensues all we're seeing the US trying to enter this market, were seen Poland and other countries looking for other suppliers..

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"angola" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Christiane amanpour wants to give putin credit here putin invaded crimea and nobody does anything about it that changed the game so russia was a lot of change of rules of the game and that that's that's when obama and angola merckel a decided that nato member nations would start spending more on defense none of that did not happen she's dead wrong about this and jens stoltenberg admitted today that it was trump's leadership now he was going out of his way to suck up i don't doubt that because folks there little i don't know if the word scared is right but they know they're dealing with a different person donald trump and they know they remain totally dependent on us for defense they haven't spent anything on their own defense i don't care what this gdp argument is of course we're going to spend more we have more we spend more on our own defense because we defend not just ourselves but the rest of the freedom loving world we always have we've accepted that responsibility because the cost benefit to defending freedom we've accepted that since the modern era post war era especially but even though these member nations have smaller gdp's and therefore smaller percentages to spend on defense they still haven't been making the pledges they haven't been it's not that nato gets a bunch of money again to stress here there are no dues you'll nato doesn't have a treasure although it might because every organization has a treasurer if they have a treasury is getting paid for doing nothing.

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"angola" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on Drink Champs

"For the whole duration of one dollar day right so i was lifelock let me do it so what they have bras that you need to say the puck let me do it you have to think about this i was just like florea bro listen prize you ate caviar ale my living kidnapper somalia of angola wade through kid that when i go nobody somali pirates that this is not rookie meal right this is not the promoter arcadia who the promoter for man gola okay i think this africa right yeah say yeah oh captain feelings garden phillips don't tell me i envy wanted them keep noble shit i mean the real ones the real one come on we're talking about the rwanda one it was caught a i n intuitive well one of them but it was toward them together i would suppose to go with them that day to just shoot them hoti go do they share and that's the day they hijack the ship got the pillow mario them for that this thick of prizes they that doing that country so anyway captain phillips kidnapping myself smalley us in before i got so anyway so skid role a win downtown i had a hidden camera because you can't have cameras get role they will myrtle can you explain why you can't because people feel like you're trying to explore roy and use them as a guinea pig so i had to immerse myself in that world and mentally deranged people to build awfully well they're not really the rindge but that's a whole different thing so i had but hidden camera on me and we had cameras to cameras in the vans to shoot from the van soul you hear what i'm saying you can see from the hidden camera and then you had vance gives different angles i slept on the sidewalk for ten days straight a rain racks came in my tent i beg for money i defecated on the side wall it was pule trying to survive as a human being because i had access to nothing.

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"angola" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on KGO 810

"Flood ford time reason larmarca just wanted somebody talk to about black panther acc charles barkley is one of a kind yes he is and gets paid accordingly yeah i feel obligated to share my single favor quote of his when he was on the dream team the first ever dream team in the olympics and their first opponent was i believe it was angola and us somebody ask them so what do you know about angola and he said why don't know much about angola but they in trouble all chugged barkley sohei positive sean as long as you opened your monitor did you predict who was going to win the best picture no i i i finally got are losing attention i'd get out as i thought they were going to win it mainly 'cause i was just trying to go against chalk i was trying to nail and upset pay but oh i see but you have you to the shape of water was was very much the the most nominated film and clearly a favorite hanno like i said earlier i don't like imagery i like things to be exactly what they are at all times no metaphors and knowing desmond on your me metaphor is like now the us fish man is just a fisherman likely so anyway company ah watching those movies menshawi i saw uh ladybird over the weekend at eu low labour dow's my favorite movies year if you haven't seen it yet it's a quirky girl from a quirky family courtly corking your way through sacramento correctly corking her way it was an era it was charming charming although.

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"angola" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

The Global Travel Conspiracy

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on The Global Travel Conspiracy

"Rich d the first fast family it's enough of it has been has filtered down into the infrastructure to see angola beginning to develop as something of a shining light in the region i know that might sound a little counter intuitive but i i think via the it's it's arrived in in in the uh in the millennium with all of its potential intact there are a lot of countries that have had their potential squandered brutally in the lost that he is the really up aren't really in a position to recover well zimbabwe whilst i think it's it's it might not ever really entirely recover from the uh from the crisis that has just passed it is poised to be one of the biggest diamond produces in southern africa which puts it is one of the biggest diamond producers in the world and it's also linked into that that vast economic ballast that is south africa and whether you like it or not and whatever else is going on in south africa cell africa has had an economy that has survived retrogressive government for the last seventy five years and it is a powerful economic force in it has an influence it has had an influence in mozambicans had an influence in zimbabwe it's having an influence in angola but it's also had an influence throughout africa you can see south african brands in every mall from cape town all the way to cairo sir the costa that that these countries ought to south africa in my humble opinion they go to feed off an an feudal that enormous economic power that remains the case in south africa up before we wrap things up there was one big question ought to ask you about in that is the influence of china in africa today uh during my travels africa i noticed a large chinese influence almost everywhere i went and they're putting a lot of money into two.

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"angola" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on RobinLynne

"The vote was with his vehicle one thing one in oon the eight bye tiger palm bye come on another one hundred ooo oh nominated is all hill another another guy another guy another tacoma who wait hold on noted mine may not have gone up under donald big him yet and look i dental clinic with them was away or shy away on his thumb is when a a settler settler told democracy the ten enough comey highway come in the lead the mcgeown shelling it what they be in a ton an coming out of what had been met the another dog and madeleine another undone the honorable must be pulled off the double key lesson of that your only give wpro novel thought i am josh kumble upbeat the last break it up he's got all sullied on i am what's obsolete among the woman's body in angola lopo mulford at gaza audio hello not vetoed him note addo thumbing told it unloaded other little model now then echo of you'll melania because i read all loyola de leon your mind on damon hill on the radio when you both housing the gun full annoying one mindful of the needle hohenzollern amandoron on that he would have as though you're the madeleine albright ann dowd mom upi i am with bolanos bye bye i own on my own then ave loan bundling him away by liane another either when meanwhile while you they will be known in the wind at home man i'm happy new ground.

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"angola" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on KQED Radio

"My doctor told me it was fined to fly up until the third trimester and i wasn't really you know concerned about i mean i sort of fine think i kind of like the idea of being the kind of woman who would go to a story in mongolia pregnant in the same way i'd like the idea of being the kind of growth would go to india by herself and i was not scare but the second night i was there i went into labour in my hotel room and i gave birth you know for ten minutes i was somebody's mother and then uh the baby died before the ambulance came which which would have happened anywhere you know when i got back from angola i was so sad i could barely breathe at the time i felt oh she annex sense of guilt i mean i just thought that i had sort of boarded this plane out of selfishness and vanity and that i had been punished for it you feel insane i mean the amount of me you feel when you lose i don't know what else to call it a baby i mean you know because i think there is this idea it's just a miscarriage and i mean i think i have a particularly dramatic storied his i had a living person come out of my body who i was with for ten minutes while he was alive and moving i mean there is no one who can tell me that that was just to a miscarriage and it's not a big deal when you see your b be moving in your hand that's a big deal you feel like you're overreacting you feel like it by insane flick as it inappropriate in some way that i have this level of anguish arielle levy chronicle sat trip to mongolia in her memoir the rules do not apply she spoke to raymond tons of car about the emotional fallout of.

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"angola" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on WCTC

"Game is goldco for for florida state coach michaels played like nine players to and that's important a game like this yep so far rutgers done a great job pressure hasn't bothered him and they've done a good job in the half court i think he's going to come down jerry collectors making shots almost forced the tunnel of florida state gets into the for go further right corner each swing around now opt it is ankola download feed to capping geli and then his shot is swatted at a found so florida stable inbound on the baseline a time what fullcourt rusher one half court pressure back into a three twozone what florida state got the ball inside that suv gutted cited nice play he's really strong just knocked the ball away before the duct could take place mike williams checks back in cory standards gets arrest forest thrown the baseline leapt up the hope with fourteen on the shot clock inbound angola heels on the block or core now comes top of the key basketball the right side for foreign shock luggage six forest in the right corner picks up his dribble get it to cope with three with two hope with a what are crossed laidback of the rebel good and then shabwa to corral the rebound he was all by himself and he lost the handle out of bounds unforced error there and so it will be florida state wall with thirteen twenty three play in the first rutgers leading seven by the sitin averages ninety one points a game rutgers guru terrific job in her half defense well prepared angola the dribble driving law he took it extra step and i it with his mensah gave way to charm age it forces the turnover and rutgers gets the ball right back to turn over florida state l mensah really strong or not going overpower meant so that's for sure and job with his length bothers the florida state players immense a wrench white past horrors to that takes his pocket the other way into the hands of angola run of the floor what i two and mensah will commit a foul and angola will go to the lining get a pair it's not a bad thing either in goal was not a great 50 percent free throw shooter men degree of six so far metz who did a good job getting of why the.

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"angola" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"We've been seen as since we were able to read both so sad because it's worked for a lot of companies to make a lot of money off women's insecurities angola's their insecurities but if the false problem in a just as a selfperpetuating cycle loathed no leading and more women feeling insecure so i love what you're doing tell me about the strategic decision to do an actual physical magazine because obviously digital all is only getting bigger and bigger and print is getting smaller than you knew from the beginning that you wanted to be also in the print space why was that it was mainly because of the authenticity of the message aimed at wanted people to feel it and feel it in their hands met it was real and to be able to sit down with a cup of coffee in a blanket and curl up with it and touch the pages and highlighted and tear things out and pass it to someone else there's this with digital is great but you can't replace interaction you replace physical touch interacting with something because when you experience something physically it takes it with you you take it with you more and it's more last seen in so i really wanted to start with that were in it also caused the the slowing down of our lives and putting away our phones and being able to set for a moment oh man i'm distracted i think is really our brains and for our souls and that was feet behind starting prince yeah i i think that that is so truce i'm not surprised to hear you say that and why it's worked so well but new probably had xu dig where others were dragging a little bit you get a little resistance little push back ever heard of questioning why you were doing friends everybody told me not to do dialing i will tell you that people love the idea but even i would meet with business mentors are people that it worked in magazines before if you so excited to get their advise may save down to it everything's going digital announced a wolf everything's going digital i wanted to practice it will be different i'll by philosophy which is uh uh be with business it's definitely risky but i think it was pressing beyond that and.

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"angola" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"angola" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The primary the black community uh angola is is representing that community i wanna ask you angela in is we discussed you you you write about some of the challenges in the previous sick with the that that that the black community has um what would what would be what would be your solution how would you if you were if you were queen for the for a day you could in but he had to do what you would say what would you have how would you would you start what would you do now i would die with act over the air all right now and like me if railing about being an adult with egypt delaware right i will well the while i'm here i would have every black in a where there are the darian angle i'll i'll i'll i i gotta go out and we are going away i all i but when that will screw but when there is kuna angela if a study hard if they stick to the books in in in my understanding especially if it is and even including the girls their ostracize other other the big one of the more maybe they even bullied the because they're acting why when the when they study that they get bigger treated in might say that they're called if they're they're called oreos or something right there at the white house when you doll under that's that's not a blunt that's not a problem that's a that's a problem within the black community enjoy that way adam opel down there we're not good enough are we are killing five when so i'm here of course miss you question who's telling you you're not good enough specifically that that limit value in the black community i i oh i i i believe not however and protocol right back in the other thing i will bear it right the as is the same thing and it's the same thing in africa so so trump back to our back through the disolved in.

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"angola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"angola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Biggest shallows even though that most people are really septic about if he will be as successful about it must be his challenges for me for angola is least it wishes to become maher independent from the party that is on powered the separation of power that still being one of the biggest challenges definitely need have just been awarded the artists award at london's freeze international contempory out fat congratulations thank you you're winning installation is cold under this silent tie of lenin what's that out of bmo always concerned about the influence of the gold worry lingle during that period there was this bus the flat in the people's assembly and in the first year for the independence in the speech from others janetta another first president when the founded the party would rule the country who he said like under the silent iif learning we founded the mp lee a bit the which me late labor party but at the end of the taliban's prejudice and so for me it was very intriguing of these centres because it sounds like like lenin would be alive some why are watching us because of this presence of these bus so that was the silent i of land in so even that mug season basically rejected religion but at the same time it has many things it pattulo as the religion practice in all the way that the earth tool a kremlin believe on it and the consequences you would have like if you will not agree with these ideology so did the project was of the book about the spirit of the goal of the marxist led in his country that it also reflects the b the conflict your art is often reflected aspects of angola's troubled path is a difficult to speak out about recent history in politics of course it's difficult eker's re talkin both extreme violence and many of the perth academies of the these history they still alive you choose to confront in your work why because should me it's really imperative for not only talking about angola battles in the african context to have our own interpretation of history it just like from the slavery to colonisation now some of the countries that went through a colonial war and then civil war so if you look to the really dramatic tragic history there's kind of a gap days we were not able to write our own history reeker's people when they are busy fighting the ear it.

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"angola" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"angola" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mark the de angola changes for good would suddenly stems me for me this leading stick dumdum up so level here he says lacking everything that until the government has to lend a helping hand angola is second only to late juryo when it comes to oil production but half of its population lives in poverty and it is ranked as one of the most corrupt countries he's in the world lorenzo campaigned on cleaning up the country and fighting corruption so people here seem giddy about the future on inauguration day thousands of people show up and when the anthem plays they seemed from their heart the country's chief justice heralds longtime president joe say it widodo santos as a revolutionary hero who helped liberate this country from portugal and then helped angle lens reconcile in two thousand into after decades of bloody civil war the chief justice then turns to lorenzo and asks him to fight corruption then he administers the oath or follow laura omar also when he was done lorenzo turns towards the country's former president and thirty eight years of the presidency came to an end with president as passed the presidential medal too at that moment the entire villian fools with smiles people dance one man shouts it is over our greet president kim now rest and the crowd chants lorenzo friend your people aren't with.

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"angola" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"angola" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The weekend the from angola africa tho the climate there the foot very similar to the climate here on open ed and so we we'd be farmed be fish in the in with your colleague reince or and they've gam's in all types of vegetables that you know that that's how we grew up here on open ed and we know those are the same foods that a lot of the slave cook made for their owners you know so maybe i'm a chef so i mean i didn't really an embrace my culture and heritage intel after i came back from college and hans who the island though the all the food really does bring whites and blacks together because a lot of no you're core white folks in this area ate the same food as the african american though it is really a at with the way i see it now it's like it's a bond that brings us all together but when you're going up in school you don't hear about these stories about the slaves and what they cookie just heap you just hear about you know the ownership of slaves and they meant to the the plantation owners but not the the rich culture that they've brought to this country giving him some mud you call the michael i we should respond to that the here's david he's gone back whose family history very aware of it all the way back to africa right in your stream there he sees the food is something that brings white and black together bonds them how do you see it michael.

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"angola" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

ECLECTICIST

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"angola" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

"Angola miracle has been heavily criticised for letting in the effectively throwing open the borders to the middle eastern migrants half because of for emotional reasons and you know having a politician making major political decisions that affect her country and all of the taxpayers uh you know from emotional triggers is is worrying similar similarly lots of european countries have have done things seemingly on an emotional basis and not really thought through exactly what is the best solution in order to ameliorate the situation in the middle east a lot of commentators have said you know really we should contain the problem nina the last thing we want is to destroy the country by accepting millions of migrants and then tina the you're in a situation that is irrevocable rather we should create you know at the the west has military superiority and air superiority and could much per perhaps much more efficiently deal with displaced persons closer to home and being a where where the western dollar stretches a little bit further uh you know it must be significantly more expensive to to take migrants halfway across the world and how's the men expensive countries and so could you not help more people locally rather than fewer people remotely adam at what the economics of that are but it seems to me like they can have an argument there in that you know if especially if you have such cultural divides i mean if you consider the muslims who make up the vast majority of the migrants from the middle east as you'd imagine.

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"angola" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

ECLECTICIST

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"angola" Discussed on ECLECTICIST

"Angola miracle has been heavily criticised for letting in the effectively throwing open the borders to the middle eastern migrants half because of for emotional reasons and you know having a politician making major political decisions that affect her country and all of the taxpayers uh you know from emotional triggers is is worrying similar similarly lots of european countries have have done things seemingly on an emotional basis and not really thought through exactly what is the best solution in order to ameliorate the situation in the middle east a lot of commentators have said you know really we should contain the problem nina the last thing we want is to destroy the country by accepting millions of migrants and then tina the you're in a situation that is irrevocable rather we should create you know at the the west has military superiority and air superiority and could much per perhaps much more efficiently deal with displaced persons closer to home and being a where where the western dollar stretches a little bit further uh you know it must be significantly more expensive to to take migrants halfway across the world and how's the men expensive countries and so could you not help more people locally rather than fewer people remotely adam at what the economics of that are but it seems to me like they can have an argument there in that you know if especially if you have such cultural divides i mean if you consider the muslims who make up the vast majority of the migrants from the middle east as you'd imagine.

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