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"anna coren" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"anna coren" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wb. You are. i'm peter o'dowd. I'm jane clayson it's here and now we're following a major moment in the us withdrawal from afghanistan. After nearly twenty years the us military has pulled out of bog rem airfield. That base was the epicenter of the american led war to oust the taliban and try to hunt down the al qaeda operatives who planned the nine eleven attacks by graham has been handed over to afghan national security and defense forces and c. n. n. correspondent anna coren joins us now from kabul. And thank you for taking the time. You're very welcome. John anna does this mean the. Us withdraw from afghanistan announced by president biden in april is now complete. We'll certainly the. Us nato forces at bagaram airbase have departed the country Two planeloads flew out. Thursday night Another one first thing. Friday morning so they have handed bedroom airfield back to the afghans. They're about four thousand afghan national security forces at the airbase and they are now in charge of what was as you. Say the epicenter of america's all here in afghanistan. And what will the remaining american troops be doing now in afghanistan. So there's up to about a thousand. Us forces who will remain in country about six hundred will protect the us embassy. The remainder will help secure the international airport until turkish forces. Come into to place. It's a it's a tiny footprint compared to what was here at the height of the war more than one hundred thousand. Us forces here in two thousand and eleven And the training assisting advising that the americans have been doing fighting alongside the afghans of that has now all ended. It will be financial aid to the tune of three point. Three billion dollars in security assistance to afghanistan over the coming year and then of course that is support that critical is support That america says we'll be on offer airstrikes for certainly terrorist targets. But if let's say. The taliban threatens to topple provincial capitals at the united states is that it went. Hesitate to step in and arthur still questions about security at the airport in kabul. And what's going to happen there. Look i think it's fair to say that this questions about security everywhere in kabul we've been here for the last couple of days and it's relatively quiet but whilst we were interviewing dr abdulah abdulah yesterday at his residence Heaping the the leader of the peace talks between the afghan government and the taliban we heard a bomb go off. this is just commonplace in in kabul but certainly. It's it's in the districts in the outer areas and particularly in the north with the taliban is launching. Its it's offensive i. It currently holds fifty percent of of territory and whilst they haven't claimed any provincial capitals in they just outside kabul ten fifteen kilometers outside the capital. So where does this leave. The taliban they're fighting they're taking over territory as we speak mean there must be concerned that they might be able to take over afghanistan again absolutely and i think that is. That's a genuine fear. The taliban released a statement upon learning that us netter forces had left back saying that. This was a positive step and that it was now up to the afghan people to decide their future. But now conversation with dr abdulah yesterday. He said that they have no intention of power of really holding. Proper peace. talks have have absolutely stalled. There has been no progress there For months and we saw that. Us intelligence report just last week. Which indicated that. The afghan government could topple within six months after. Us forces leave then. Had general since miller say that that if conditions continue to deteriorate that they could be civil war in afghanistan and speaking to local afghans. They said that now was not the time for america to leave that the situation is just too unstable and there is now a mass exodus of people who want to flee the country obviously the translators people who work with americans that they are desperate to get out and you know certainly in the united states is trying to facilitate in gargantuan task but for normal afghans people who educated and perhaps where the future of this country they no longer see a few to here and as one afghan friend sits me the first window that he gets he will be out of here and not stay one hour longer in this country c. n. n. correspondent. Anna coren is in kabul for us. Anna thank you so much. You're very welcome. Hurricane elsa could make landfall in florida early next week which is just the latest threat making the rescue effort of the collapsed condo building and surf side even more precarious. Twenty people are now confirmed. Dead one hundred and twenty eight are still missing. That number has dropped as officials get more information about who was in the building when it collapsed. Many family members at this point are losing. Hope and president biden reflected that feeling of agony when he visited families. Yesterday is.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Beaches from coast to coast we've been quarantining for awhile we haven't gone to coffee with cut everything off and this is the first time we come out in myrtle beach South Carolina many seem to be a hearing to social distancing guidelines the warming rollers but they really are even on the images from shorelines in other parts of the country show people closer than health officials would like to see the front page of The New York Times today consists of the list of the names of people who've died in the pandemic South Korea today reported twenty five new cases of coronavirus infection that brings the country's total amount of more than eleven thousand but all of those eleven thousand more than ten thousand have recovered and been released on Christopher Cruz police in Hong Kong fired volleys of tear gas earlier today in a popular shopping district of the city as people protested a tough new proposed national security legislation from China correspondent Anna Coren is there she tells us that if it becomes law people won't be able to demonstrate as they've done today it's the only way out that will now be a criminal offense enjoy the freedom of expression that is one of the things that has existed under the one country two systems policy Interpol is when Britain handed Hong Kong back to China in nineteen ninety seven coronavirus numbers today worldwide almost five point three million infections have been reported more than three hundred forty thousand deaths in the U..

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"anna coren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Recorded could force is going to continue to operate even after Qassem Soleimani is death it wasn't an organization that was dependent on them even though he was a very large figure but they are a successor to him has already been named and he says the operations won't to miss a beat at least twenty three people have been killed by wild fires in Australia correspondent Anna Coren these Fizer affecting the entire south east coast all of a stray Leah we heard from the same promises Scott Morrison only and he said the three thousand members from Israeli defense force in the military will be deployed as well as the largest navy ship the HMS Adelaide I'm in Kate's BC traffic in transit checking out the Holland tunnel of fifteen minutes open the link ten minutes in from the one nine approach and no delay at the Lincoln tunnel the George Washington bridge in good shape Sunday parking rules will be in effect tomorrow busy on the New York State Thruway self found around the phone and said fifteen eight we have a crash no closing off one lane there was a crash earlier northbound past exit eleven the land is now cleared careful traveling on the Tappan Zee because of dense fog we have speed restrictions in place in Jersey city a stalled tractor trailer cleared one in nine south bound at county road in a switch at the run on Long Island on the southern state parkway west bound it straight path that accident to the shoulder but still slow from Belmont Avenue down Rogers talk radio seventy seven WABC now Jerry Barbash for the weather forecast now your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather center for tonight cloudy with some rain possible in the evening also look for some rain and snow showers in spots a low of thirty seven tomorrow breezy and cooler it will be cloudy in the morning.

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"anna coren" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Already been named and he says the operations won't to miss a beat at least twenty three people have been killed by wildfires in Australia correspondent Anna Coren these Fizer at fifteen the anti as south east coast all of this straight from the same promises Morissette early and he says that three thousand members from the same difference was in the military will be deployed as well as the largest navy ship the HMS Adelaide I'm in caves good afternoon here's a look at Chicago traffic the inbound Kennedy forty minutes now familiar downtown thirty from Montrose express lanes can save you just about twenty minutes inbound outbound no delays to the junction but it's hung up from Lawrence to Harlem so twenty six after the airport Eisenhower's about thirty three in down from three ninety veal post office twenty from Mannheim out on that later eighteen thirty one to three ninety just a reminder that helped on ramp from the outbound like the outbound Kennedy is now closed December Dan Ryan seventeen Informatica downtown and lake shore drive south on twenty minutes from Hollywood to Monroe try stated earlier crashes and slow northbound from a range of seventy fifth about an hour twenty from vision for to Wisconsin state line for also metro Burlington northern Santa Fe line in our phone movement halted because of an Amtrak train having struck a pedestrian near Westmont no telling how long that will be in place from the W. L. S. A. M. A. ninety traffic center on gun club in the next update those new year's resolutions into gear at Old Navy with up to fifty percent off all the the active right now all your favorite activewear.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

"You go hot spots familiar faces I Michael Toscano evacuations underway on the southeast coast of Australia's New South Wales a temporary break in massive wildfires allowing stranded tourists to get off the beach is whatever avoiding flames Anna Coren is there for the exodus he sees a big place very popular place for the holiday lake use you are seeing a steady stream of because now driving along the highway a main artery along the east coast of New South Wales and these residents and holiday make use of being trapped in those real hot spots death toll now eight seventeen missing it's calm at the U. S. embassy in Baghdad the attack by pro Iran paramilitary forces pulled back for now era damning report she seen some familiar faces among top leaders that we saw on the first images that came out when this was first unfolding were some key figures notably one key figure who was once detained by the Americans back during the years of the US led occupation here he was directly responsible for a number of attacks against U. S. forces Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is asking the Knesset to grant him immunity from prosecution on charges of corruption hookers assume no obligation the immunity law is intended to protect elected officials from fabricated legal proceeding from political indictment intended to damage the will of the people or Lieberman has more from Jerusalem it's worth noting that since the immunity law was changed to its current format in two thousand five there have been a few who have requested immunity it has never been granted Netanyahu at this point.

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"anna coren" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Anna Coren is in Hong Kong with the latest representing the person who filed and whistle blower complaint over president trump's phone call to Ukraine's president says a second whistleblower has now come forward turning mark Zaid says the second person can cooperate information in the original whistle blower complaint okay prosecution witness at the murder trial of former Dallas police officer amber Geiger has been murdered it was funny click novel Joshua brown was a neighbor of both John who was shot to death by amber guy you're in his apartment brown testified in Geiger's murder trial for the prosecution and became emotional when describing hearing the gunshots brown was shot over the weekend in apartment parking lot just days after Geiger was sentenced to ten years in prison witnesses say they heard several gunshots in soul silver sedan speed out of the parking lot police now investigating what exactly led to the killing former president Jimmy Carter had a black guy and fourteen stitches after falling Sunday it is Georgia home but apparently he made it to an evening concert to rally volunteers ahead of his thirty sixth home building project for.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"More whistle blowers Supreme Court returns I'm in case the legal team for the intelligence official behind the original complaint about president trump is now representing a second whistleblower and into tweeted statement one of the attorneys adds that multiple whistle blowers have come forward but Republican congressman Chris Stewart did you tell tells fox news Sunday the president's dealing with Ukraine were legit when you read the transcript of what the president says he's very clear the reason he's withholding aid is because he wants to pressure the Europeans Mister Martin this Merkel in Germany that they have been dragging their feet for months awesome by the way we heard as early as late spring that they're probably going to withhold the state we've been hearing those of us who work in national security they were going to do that to pressure the Europeans tomorrow is the first Monday in October when the US Supreme Court returns to work to begin a new nine month term on Monday the nine justices will consider whether federal employment law that bars discrimination based on gender applies to sexual orientation and gender identity the trump administration argues that it does not this will be the first time in the court's history it has heard a civil rights case answering transgender individuals in November the court will consider the administration's decision to phase out Dhaka the Obama era initiative that protects nearly seven hundred thousand young undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported Christopher Cruz Washington pro democracy demonstrations continue again today and Hong Kong where many protesters are wearing masks in defiance of a new law designed to suppress riots correspondent Anna Coren.

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"anna coren" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"This two point five billion dollars that Congress already appropriated for military purposes while this case of this lawsuit makes its way through the lower court court so the final verdict is still yet to come but the trump administration obviously framing this as a major victory demonstrations continue today in Hong Kong correspondent Anna Coren consecutive weekends this is just becoming it almost daily in Hong Kong with people it's turning out to the streets to protest against a very controversial exhibition bill which has been indefinitely suspended but it's now so much more than the cities now about the future of Hong Kong in the freedoms that enjoys because they feel that encroachment from China thousands of northwest Washington DC residents have lost power this afternoon city officials say about twenty nine thousand Washingtonians are without power after widespread electrical outage in northwest DC DC fires responding to several reports of stalled elevators Howard University hospital in Washington hospital center both lost power the local Electric Company pepco said the outages resulted from an issue with electrical equipment at a substation on Florida Avenue northwest Marlys Majerus Washington none of the girl scouts are guys who were rescued from a remote Minnesota island near the Canadian border overnight was injured by lightening a group of six girls and three adults from the girl scouts of greater Chicago and northern Indiana council was on an island with a strong storm blew in last night I'm in Kate's.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

"You can take KGO eight ten with you wherever you go capital today please tell us that they were able to find the bloody knife and the two kids bloody close up in the ceiling panel in their hotel room which is evidence and they say there was evidence that these guys had made plans to go back to the United States the officer had recently come back from his honeymoon he was thirty five protesters in Hong Kong organizing against mainland China for the eighth consecutive weekend correspondent Anna Coren is in the middle of the protest people feel like they are not being with home call allows it to function it has lost twenty to use Chinese increasing on it the protesters defied warnings not to March in a neighborhood where last Sunday a mob targeting demonstrators brutally attacked dozens of people in a train station and internal balcony collapsed in a night club in South Korea today correspondent Cameron grace says the club is next to the village where athletes competing in the world swimming championships are living to south Koreans were killed in among the seventeen injured or nine foreign athletes including four Americans Gwangju about a hundred and sixty miles south of Seoul was hosted the twenty nineteen international swimming federation world championships which include swimming diving waterpolo before American athletes who were injured were celebrating the women's water polo World Cup victory the mayor of Baltimore has now responded to president trump's three tweets this morning characterizing parts of the city as the worst run and most dangerous anywhere in the United States the president wrote no human being would want to live there he called the district a disgusting rat and rodent infested mass mayor Jack young called the president the disappointment of the people of Baltimore.

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"anna coren" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Big reveal for Muller's testimony that would sort of use the conference in to have seen ten move forward with impeachment correspondent Lauren fonts on Capitol Hill president trump called the molar testimony yesterday a devastating day for Democrats South Korea said the North Korea fired to test missiles on Thursday expose a ways for him to say this is North Korea responding to plans by the United States and South Korea to hold joint military exercises next month and that this is we've heard from the north Korea's foreign ministry that says said this is a rehearsal all of war correspondent Anna Coren in Hong Kong it is a sure sign that summer is starting to come to a close red skinned red skin training camp getting under way today for the most part is business as usual expectations are high we expect great things out of each individual player and as a team we expect them to come together at this time in Richmond become a what we want to be as quickly as we can to find out our best fifty three guys get ready for Philadelphia the first practice of training camp this this morning this is Redskins head coach Jay Gruden I think that the this is the greatest coaching job in pro sports really and it's honor to be the head coach of the Redskins and with that comes great expectations and we have lived up to my last couple years so performance is king you can download a free pass for training camp on the Redskins website Maria leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com checking your money the Dow is down a hundred and thirty two points the nasdaq is down fifty four of next traffic and weather on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall WMAL WMAL.

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New Zealand mosque shooter apparently livestreamed attack

Armstrong and Getty

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

New Zealand mosque shooter apparently livestreamed attack

"Special report mosque massacre in New Zealand the attack on two mosques in New Zealand that killed forty nine people and injured another forty eight have left Facebook YouTube and Twitter with a problem. Here struggling now to scrub horrific footage showing the killing at one of the mosques in Christ Church targeted by an anti immigrant. White supremacist. Correspondent Anna Coren tells us the twenty eight year old Australian livestream the shooting. This gunman. He was wearing a helmet camera. And as we say this was was live streamed. I watched the full seventeen minutes of him arriving at the most taking out. He's he's weaponry. These semiautomatic weapons walking inside this mosque mowing down dozens and dozens of people the gunman is in custody facing murder charges. He left behind a manifesto saying, he's a proud racist who wants revenge against Muslims. And he wanted to create fear mosques around the world have been tightening security overnight and this

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"anna coren" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, authorities in New Zealand say the death toll is at least forty nine after the two shooting massacres at mosques in the city of Christ Church. The self-described anti-muslim white supremacist posted the attack live on Facebook. The death toll forty nine twenty are in serious or critical condition. Twenty others are wounded the man is from Australia who they have in custody as the shooter there are three others in custody. Correspondent Anna Coren reports the suspect planned this attack for quite a while. He's had a great deal of training. There was a great deal a great amount of planning that was involved in the attack. He rained terror on the CD of Christ Church is the third largest city of New Zealander a country with population of just five million people. This is a pace loving welcoming country that allows migrants seeing that allows was. Slim's attempt to make a high on President Trump expressed his condolences in a tweet. He says, my warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the mosques forty nine innocent people have so senselessly died with so many more seriously injured, the president says the US stands by New Zealand for anything. We can do. God bless all. And a statement from the spokesperson. Sarah Sanders says we stand in solidarity with the people of New Zealand and their government against this vicious act of hate dozens of houses and buildings were damaged or destroyed in mid Michigan by tornadoes at least one twister and the other storms damaged about seventy houses and other buildings in shy Wasi county the area of Durand most heavily hit were this homeowner. Looked over the damage after the twister heard broken glass..

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"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KGO 810

"Special report mosque massacre in New Zealand police in New Zealand have charged a twenty eight year old white supremacist with anti immigrant views with murder in the shooting sprees that left forty nine people dead. Forty eight injured at two mosques in Christ Church. The gunman walked into the mosques and began firing with automatic weapons. This survivor at a special prayer thinking the. Amos bullocks. So basically you're waiting for their over. Lisa. Got under shoot. Her livestream, the massacres and Anna Coren has seen some of the footage. He people screaming people crying out for help. He then goes into a Cardo he reload. And then continues his killing spree. He then calmly walks out of the mosque onto the pavement. And obviously by this time people hearing the rapid gunfire. He's picking off people on the pavement. Resident Trump has tweeted his, quote, warmest, sympathy and best wishes. I'm Michael Toscano. North Korea is said to be considering ending denuclearization talks with the United States and resuming weapons tests. Correspondent Paula Hancocks says the threat comes from the North's deputy foreign minister chose on. He one of the things she said was quote, we have no intention to yield to the US demands. Put forward at the Hanoi summit in any full, nor are we willing to engage in the goal of this kind as investigators examined the black boxes of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jetliner that crashed in Ethiopia. The New York Times is reporting what it's learned about the pilots last communications with air traffic controllers correspondent, Anna Stuart checks that for us the New York Times article which attributes to a source you had has review the air. Traffic communications says that surely three minutes after take off the captain spoke to air traffic control back in Addis Ababa, saying break break requests, back to home in a panicked voice.

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"anna coren" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Is an extraordinary and unprecedented violence, dozens of deaths after shootings at two mosques Friday afternoon time, I couldn't believe it something like this would ever happen in the city of crash Jj. But actually, I wouldn't even believe that this week even a New Zealand one whiteness said he was inside the mosque when the shooting began and that he heard the gunmen continuously shooting for ten to fifteen minutes a journalist also heard the shots. What are you waiting for the complained over, please? Got under the integral taken to the hospital for medical treatment, the injuries ranging from gunshot wounds to the face and. Legs in Tulsa, and tissue. Injuries officials in US cities, including Los Angeles, Minneapolis and New York say they will be adding extra security around mosques out of abundance of caution. All right. Thanks to correspondent John Laurence. It is eight minutes after the hour on first light. Correspondent Anna Coren is following reaction to this tragedy focusing on the prime minister cinde Arden, impassioned play from the prime minister just into basically saying this is not New Zealand Zealand is a loving welcoming nation of five million people who opens its doors opens its borders to migrants New Zealand's immigration policy today, say allowed people from from wasn't countries to to come and settle from war zones to come and move to the sanctuary that really is New Zealand's. So for this to happen in Christchurch Zealand's third largest city. It's just rocks the nation, and we heard. That from the prime minister's. She obviously was in Nairobi Kenya. Attending a UN conference. She was flown straight back to Zealand to it to Wellington where she gave a press conference a short time ago saying that we reject and condemn this violent extremism this ideology does not belong to New Zealand houseboats and pres. Who have been impacted today? Christ Church was the home of these victims. Meaning 'cause I not have been the place. They were born for meeting. New Zealand's was the choice the place they actively came to and committed themselves to the place they were raising their families many came to for safety. Place where they were free to practice, the culture and their religion. We. We would not attack it because we are a safe harbor for those who hate we were not chosen for this egg to violence because we can darn racism we would chosen for the very fact that we are none of these things. Now, the people who have been taken into custody one of them is an Indian citizen. He was the one who live streams. He's killing spree the Dame's avenue mosque, and it was absolutely chilling to watch that seventeen minutes video he recorded on his his helmet camera. But I think what is really interesting as well is that police said that they when they apprehended at least two of of the people involved in as tax that they found days attached to their cars. So if they were able to carry out the pats the attack that they they were initially planning the death toll could have been even worse. Thanks a car. Respondent Anna Coren is now eleven minutes past the hour on Friday mornings. First light. None of those for people who haven't taken into custody had been on any security watch lists prior to the attack. Police say they do not believe there are any other suspects. But they say it's still an open investigation. Police urging everybody in Christ Church to stay indoors, monitor the police, website and social media. Also in the news this morning, North Korea apparently considering closing down denuclearization talks of the US. And President Trump is about to issue. His first veto. We're going to take a break. And then we're going to be back with all of those developments.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KOMO

"Here is an extraordinary and unprecedented violence, dozens of deaths after shootings at two mosques Friday afternoon time, I couldn't believe that something like this would ever happen in the city of crash stage. But actually, I wouldn't even believe that this would hit. New Zealand one witness said he was inside the mosque when the shooting began and that he heard the gunmen continuously shooting for ten to fifteen minutes a journalist also heard the shots. What I did was basically you're working for their hold over. Please. Memphis, got another British the injured taken to the hospital for medical treatment, the injuries ranging from gunshot wounds to the Hayden face and. Legs in Tulsa, and tissue. Injuries officials in US cities, including Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, say they will be adding extra security around mosques out of abundance of caution. All right. Thanks to correspondent John Laurence. It is eight minutes after the hour on first light. Correspondent Anna Coren is following reaction to this tragedy focusing on the prime minister. Yes into Arden impassioned play from the prime minister, basically saying this is not New Zealand. New Zealand is a loving welcoming nation of five million people who opens its doors opens its borders to migrants, New Zealand's immigration policy today, say had allowed people from from countries to to come and settle from war zones to come and move to the sanctuary that really is New Zealand's this to happen in Christchurch New Zealand's third largest city. It's just rocks the nation, and we heard. That from the prime minister's. She obviously was in Nairobi Kenya. Attending a UN conference. She was flown straight back to New Zealand to it to Wellington where she gave a press conference a short time ago saying that we reject and condemn this violence, extremism this ideology, does not belong to New Zealand and our pres. Who have been impacted today? Christ Church was the home of these victims. Mini. They were born in fact, for many New Zealand was the choice the place say actively came to and committed themselves to the place, they were raising their families many came to for safety. A place where they were free to practice the culture and their religion. We New Zealand we would not attack it because we're. We were not chosen for this egg to violence because we condone racism. Very fakes that we are. None of these things. Now, the people who have been taken into custody one of them is an Australian citizen. He was the one who live streamed. He's killing spree at the Danes avenue, a mosque, and it was absolutely chilling to watch that seventeen minute video he recorded on his his helmet camera. But I think what is really interesting as well is that police said that they when they apprehended at least two of of the people involved in attacks that they found I days attached to their cars. So if they were able to carry out the pats the attack that they they were initially planning the death toll could have been even worse. Thanks, a correspondent Anna Coren is now eleven minutes past the hour on Friday mornings. First light done of those four people who have been taken into custody had been on any security watch watchlist prior to the. Jack police say they do not believe there are any other suspects. But they say it's still an open investigation. Police urging everybody in Christ Church to stay indoors, monitor the police, website and social media. Also in the news this morning, North Korea, apparently considering closing down. They denuclearization. Talks are the US. President Trump is about to issue. His first veto. We're going to take a break. And then we're going to be back with all of those developments.

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"anna coren" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on WJR 760

"Special report New Zealand shootings. I'm Elliot Francis. New Zealand's Prime minister is calling at one of the country's darkest days. After gunman opened fire at two mosques in the city of Christ Church. Mash casualties have been reported. And the entire city has been put on lockdown as police Commissioner. Mike Bush, we have four people in custody. We are not aware of other people that we cannot assume they're not has at last. She'll reportedly string the massacre live over YouTube. Correspondent Anna Coren watch the playback. Tell you that having seen. It is one of the most horrendous things. It was like watching video game. Somebody just going and coldly calculating calculating latest killing each all these people. There are multiple multiple fatalities. And that is just at Danes avenue. Police say they diffused a number of ice in the area. I'm Elliot Francis. Newly-announced democratic presidential candidate federal work was campaigning in Iowa Thursday less than twenty four hours after entering the race. Clayton Neville reports in his Senate race with Senator Cruz, the democrat credited, his grassroots style for momentum. He gained in the Lone Star state, he visited schools in coffee shops in Iowa on his first day of campaigning stressing the significance of the twenty twenty election could care less. Your party persuasion, your religion, anything other than the fact that right now, we are all Americans, and we are all human beings. And we do everything within our power four one another four this great country. A work will spend the weekend, and I will before travelling to other places in the US to campaign, you'll have an official campaign kickoff in his hometown of El Paso, Texas at the end of this month, I'm Clayton. Investigators had France will start analyzing the black boxes Friday from the European airline jet that crashed Sunday looking for clues into what led.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Michael Toscano. President Trump is still on Air Force One landing in Hanoi. Vietnam later today, North Korea's Kim Jong UN is already there. And the pair of leaders are planning dinner tomorrow evening before formal talks began Thursday cans nuclear weapons economic sanctions. And formerly ending the Korean war all expected to be on the table back home. Congressional Democrats will begin their effort to nullify Trump's declaration of national emergency today with the vote to kill it in the house house. Democrats say there is no crisis at the border with Mexico. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president's move also runs counter to the constitution, which gives congress the power of the purse, the president's power grab usurps that constitutional responsibility approval in the democrat controlled houses assured, Senate Democrats plan to introduce a similar measure and hope that Republicans who have voiced concerns about the president going around congress for the money will join them Jerry bowed lender. Washington. Former Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen will soon be behind bars. But today he begins time behind closed doors on Capitol Hill as we hear from correspondent MG Lee, Colin starts behind closed doors with Senate intelligence and ends behind closed doors with house intelligence Thursday. He's expected to reveal what he knows about the president's dealings, including the Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and Russian attorney in June twenty sixteen and a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow seventy seven year old Australian cardinal, George Pell is enjoying his last hours of freedom convicted of molesting two choirboys. Anna Coren reports from Melbourne on the highest ranking Catholic cleric a top advisor to the pope ever charged with sexual abuse is somebody who still claims that he is innocent. He is lodged an appeal tomorrow morning, he will walk through the doors of Nova in county court, and then he will be reminded and taken to prison. Wall street. Stock futures are falling the Dow down one hundred.

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"anna coren" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"anna coren" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"We are news talk five ninety K U G, an Eugene, Springfield. The emerald empire. Heading to Hanoi heading to prison. I'm Michael Toscano. President Trump is still on Air Force One landing in Hanoi. Vietnam later today, North Korea's Kim Jong UN is already there. And the pair of leaders are planning dinner tomorrow evening before formal talks begin Thursday Kim's nuclear weapons economic sanctions. And formerly ending the Korean war all expected to be on the table back home. Congressional Democrats will begin their effort to nullify Trump's declaration of national emergency today with a vote to kill it in the house house. Democrats say there is no crisis at the border with Mexico. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the president's move also runs counter to the constitution, which gives congress the power of the purse, the president's power grab you Serbs that constitutional responsibility approval in the democrat controlled houses insured, Senate Democrats plan to introduce a similar measure and hope that Republicans who have voiced concerns about the president going around congress for the money will join them Jerry bowed lender. Washington Trump personal lawyer. Michael Cohen will soon be behind bars. But today he begins time behind closed doors on Capitol Hill as we hear from correspondent MG Lee, Colin starts behind closed doors with Senate intelligence and ends behind closed doors with house intelligence Thursday. He's expected to reveal what he knows about the president's dealings with Russia, including the Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and of Russian attorney in June two thousand sixteen and a proposed Trump Tower in Moscow seventy seven year old Australian cardinal, George Pell is enjoying his last hours of freedom convicted of molesting two choirboys. Anna Coren reports from Melbourne on the highest ranking Catholic cleric atop advisor to the pope ever charged with sexual abuse is somebody who still claims that he is innocent. He is lodged an appeal tomorrow morning, he will walk through the doors of noble county. Cool, and then he will be reminded and taken to prison. Wall street. Stock futures are falling the Dow down.

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White House Defends Trump's Salute to a North Korean Military Officer

Idaho's First Morning News

02:41 min | 3 years ago

White House Defends Trump's Salute to a North Korean Military Officer

"The wake of the justice department's inspector general report justice corespondent jessica schneider says the i g called some of these actions extraordinary much of the criticism comes not from how the fbi handled its investigation of clinton's email server but of how komi hand wrapping it up including his surprise press conference in july twenty sixteen the i g said komi broke fbi policies by not telling then attorney general loretta lynch about as planned announcement writing we found that it was extrordinary and insubordinate for comey to do so the also criticised combs choice to tell congress eleven days before the election that the fbi was reopening the investigation a decision made after clinton emails were found on former congressman anthony weiner's laptop at the time weiner was married to clinton's top deputy the white house is defending president trump's decision you may have seen this he returned a military salute to north korean general during his summit with leader kim jong hoon anna coren reports just days after the historic singapore summit between donald trump and kim jong on the us president is come under more criticism after north korean state media released previously unseen footage of trump's saluting a north korean general the footage shown on casey tv shows an awkward encounter between the us president and the north korean defense chief general no chill with the two minutes saluting each other the white house has defended the president saying he was simply returning a common courtesy however critics say it is highly inappropriate for the commander in chief of the us forces to salute the military of a us adversary known as murderous regime with an appalling human rights record meanwhile overhaul might be coming in the us immigration system republicans unveiled a draft bill on the matter and there are critics of the proposal your john lawrence house speaker paul ryan says an immigration proposal is ready to be voted on we've been in meetings our wherever our day after day or between moderates and conservatives to find a path forward in addition of border security and help for dhaka recipients the proposal looks at detention issues minority leader nancy pelosi says a major concern is the separation of immigrant parents and children guess she's not normal and fact it's barbaric it has to stop i'm john lawrence reporting still to come on six seventy k b o y we have been talking about marijuana in idaho the legality of it cbd oil hemp number of things part five in the final piece of our series on the state of.

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President, Mexico and Canada discussed on Frank Beckmann

Frank Beckmann

02:09 min | 3 years ago

President, Mexico and Canada discussed on Frank Beckmann

"Seven eight sixty seven fifty sixty wjr news dick hafner president trump says he will not be talking about the russia probe for a while as he says he'll be focused on trade talks at the group of seven meeting of industrialized nations the president repeated his claim though that the probe into his campaign had no basis of merit there's been no obstruction it's all a made up fantasy it's a witch hunt no collusion no obstruction no nothing president took a number of questions before heading out to the g seven meeting mr trump says he's going to do the summit fully prepared to terminate nafta if mexico and canada will not negotiate better terms for the us able to make a deal well germinate nafta the better deal if we are unable to make a deal we will be a better off the president says he's considering pardoning some three thousand people including mohammed ali the late boxing champ who's conviction for refusing to join the us military during the vietnam war got him out of boxing for several years the president also repeated his claim that he is constitutionally authorized to pardon himself of any crime i never want anybody to be above the law but the pardons are very positive thing for president i think you see the way i'm using them and yes i do have an absolute right to pardon myself but i'll never have to do it because i didn't do anything wrong we'll kim jong un really give up his nukes final preparations are being made for the june twelve meeting between trump and kim president trump suggests that he may invite kim jong un to the white house if the talks go well here's correspondent anna coren this is an extremely complex issue the previous us administrations have tried and failed so it's a really trump goes into this you know talking big game but the critics say came we'll never fully give up his nuclear weapons program because they are vital to the legitimacy of the north korean regime and to kim's leadership broadcasting industry and so many viewers shocked at the news of the.

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