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"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

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03:06 min | 3 months ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

"An aircraft to Afghanistan to bring home hundreds of its citizens as the US military prepares to leave Afghanistan and the security situation gets more and more tense. This is a P news. Listen to how many people die every minute from hunger. In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute. And that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby Maximum says the statistics are staggering. But we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and the worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles de Ledesma and I'm Rita Foley. AP News In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says The death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization. Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby maximum says the statistics are staggering, but we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and the worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles de la Decima. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Will you need a covid booster shot? Spicer says. It'll asked the FDA to authorize a third dose of its covid vaccine. But health officials say you don't need a booster shot yet are Jackie Queen Wades into this? Pfizer's chief scientific officer tells The Associated Press They plan to seek emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration next month for a booster vaccine for those who've already gotten two doses. He says. Another shot could dramatically increase immunity and perhaps ward off the spreading coronavirus variance, Dr Anthony Fauci said yesterday. If you were vaccinated, you have a very high degree of protection. Public health officials would have to decide if we really need booster shots. This. CDC and the FDA followed fighters announcement with the statement, saying they want to see more data before authorizing booster shots. They say any decision would come only when the science demonstrates that booster shots are needed. I'm Rita Foley..

Rita Foley Oxfam Jackie Queen Wades Food and Drug Administration Anthony Fauci Charles de Ledesma 11 people yesterday Afghanistan two doses Abby Maximum Pfizer six times each minute next month CDC US FDA third dose last year
"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

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03:08 min | 3 months ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

"An aircraft to Afghanistan to bring home hundreds of its citizens as the US military prepares to leave Afghanistan and the security situation gets more and more tense. This is a P news. Listen to how many people die every minute from hunger. In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute. And that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby Maximum says the statistics are staggering. But we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and a worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles Gilad asthma and I'm Rita Foley. AP News In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says The death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization. Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby maximum says the statistics are staggering, but we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and the worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles de la Decima. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Will you need a covid booster shot? Spicer says. It'll asked the FDA to authorize a third dose of its covid vaccine. But health officials say you don't need a booster shot yet are Jackie Queen Wades into this? Pfizer's chief scientific officer tells The Associated Press They plan to seek emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration next month for a booster vaccine for those who've already gotten two doses. He says. Another shot could dramatically increase immunity and perhaps word off the spreading coronavirus variance, Dr Anthony Fauci said yesterday. If you were vaccinated, you have a very high degree of protection. Public health officials would have to decide if we really need booster shots. This. CDC and the FDA followed fighters announcement with the statement, saying they want to see more data before authorizing booster shots. They say any decision would come only when the science demonstrates that booster shots are needed. I'm Rita Foley. Thank you for listening.

Oxfam Jackie Queen Wades Food and Drug Administration Anthony Fauci 11 people yesterday two doses Afghanistan Abby Maximum six times Pfizer third dose next month each minute FDA US CDC Rita Foley last year more than 520,000 people
"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:05 min | 3 months ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

"An aircraft to Afghanistan to bring home hundreds of its citizens as the US military prepares to leave Afghanistan and the security situation gets more and more tense. This is a P news. Listen to how many people die every minute from hunger. In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute. And that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby Maximum says the statistics are staggering. But we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the Covid 19 economic fallout and worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles de la Decima and I'm Rita Foley. AP News Bangladesh TV stations say at least 49 people have died in a fire that broke out at a food and beverage factory. Outside the country's capital. An official has confirmed that a fire began Thursday night at the five storey Hashem Food and Beverage LTD. Factory just outside the capital, Dakar. He said. Additional details were not yet clear, while local TV says rescuers were trying to recover the bodies from the burned factory, which was locked from the inside when the fire began. Bangladesh has a tragic history of industrial disasters in 2019 of fire in the oldest part of the city of 400 year old area cramped with apartments, shops and warehouses. Left at least 67 people dead. I'm Charles. I'm Rita Foley with an AP newsman at the FDA and the CDC are reacting after Pfizer announced it will ask where authorization for a third dose of its covid vaccine. The FDA and the CDC say any decision on booster shots will come only when the science demonstrates their needed. Here's our Jackie Quinn fighters chief scientific officer tells The Associated Press. They plan to seek emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration next month for a booster vaccine. For those who've already gotten two doses, he says. Another shot could dramatically increase immunity and perhaps ward off the spreading coronavirus variance hours after Pfizer made its announcement. Health officials issued a statement saying. If you're fully vaccinated, you don't need a booster. Yet. Tropical Storm Elsa is moving over the mid Atlantic states and into the Northeast, heavy rain and strong winds. The biggest threats their maximum winds about 50 MPH. I'm Rita Foley. Thank you for listening to the.

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"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

"An aircraft to Afghanistan to bring home hundreds of its citizens as the US military prepares to leave Afghanistan and the security situation gets more and more tense. This is a P news. Listen to how many people die every minute from hunger. In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute. And that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby Maximum says the statistics are staggering. But we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and the worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles Gilad asthma and I'm Rita Foley. AP News In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says The death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization. Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby maximum says the statistics are staggering, but we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and the worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles de la Decima. I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Will you need a covid booster shot? Spicer says. It'll asked the FDA to authorize a third dose of its covid vaccine. But health officials say you don't need a booster shot yet are Jackie Queen Wades into this? Pfizer's chief scientific officer tells The Associated Press They plan to seek emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration next month for a booster vaccine for those who've already gotten two doses. He says. Another shot could dramatically increase immunity and perhaps ward off the spreading coronavirus variance, Dr Anthony Fauci said yesterday. If you were vaccinated, you have a very high degree of protection. Public health officials would have to decide if we really need booster shots. This. CDC and the FDA followed fighters announcement with the statement, saying they want to see more data before authorizing booster shots. They say any decision would come only when the science demonstrates that booster shots are needed. I'm Rita Foley. Thank you for.

Oxfam Jackie Queen Wades Food and Drug Administration 11 people Anthony Fauci yesterday two doses Afghanistan Abby Maximum Pfizer six times CDC third dose each minute next month US FDA Rita Foley last year more than 520,000 people
"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on AP News

"An aircraft to Afghanistan to bring home hundreds of its citizens as the US military prepares to leave Afghanistan and the security situation gets more and more tense. This is a P news. Listen to how many people die every minute from hunger. In a report titled The Hunger Virus Multiplies, Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of Covid 19, which kills around seven people per minute. The anti poverty organization Oxfam says 11 people die of hunger each minute. And that the number facing famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year. Oxfam, America's president and CEO, Abby Maximum says the statistics are staggering. But we must remember that these figures are made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering. Maximum adds unrelenting conflict on top of the covid 19 economic fallout and a worsening climate crisis has pushed more than 520,000 people to the brink of starvation. I'm Charles Dillon asthma and I'm Rita Foley. AP News Recovery Workers at the Florida condo collapsed site are vowing not to let up their search efforts. Dozens of victims. Families are still waiting for word, although the search is now for remains instead of survivors. The families were troubled by the shift in the mission, but received assurances from a fire official at a private meeting. Surfside Mayor Charles Bearcat on WFOR TV. Miami Dade Fire Department will not stop working until they've gotten to the bottom of the pile. And recovered every single one of the families missing loved ones, he says. The official offered some relief. We are not stopping and you're missing Children are coming back to your family, police say. In addition to identifying victims, detectives are also on scene looking for evidence of what might have caused the buildings collapse. I'm Jackie Quinn, Biden and Afghanistan hide Tim Maguire with an A P news minute. President Biden says the last U. S. Troops will leave Afghanistan August 31st He was asked by a reporter. If that could lead to the Taliban, retaking Kabul, the capital. The Afghan troops have 300,000 Well equipped as well as script as any army in the world and an air force. Against something like 75,000. Taliban. An Afghan official says the Taliban have taken a third border crossing heading into Iran. Iranian media report. Afghan troops fled across that border. FBI says the man charged with fatally shooting a terror hood, Indiana police officer first threw a Molotov cocktail at an FBI field office before the shooting. 44 year old Shane million, is charged with premeditated murder of a federal agent Detective Greg Farren C, a 30 Year department veteran. Had been a federal task force officer since 2010 me and was shot twice and is in federal custody in a hospital. I'm Tim McGuire. Thank you for looking new, hot and iced sunrise batch coffee from Dunkin. Bright and balanced, full body.

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Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

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00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

"In a report titled the hunger virus multiplies Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of covert nineteen which kills around seven people per minute the anti poverty organization Oxfam says eleven people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing the famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year Oxfam America's president and C. E. O. Abby marksman says the statistics are staggering but we must remember that these because I made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering Max boot adds unrelenting conflict on top of the cove it nineteen economic fallout and the worsening the climate crisis has pushed more than five hundred twenty thousand people to the brink of starvation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"What you're not getting anything bombs and other amenities nothing's been delivered yet we have nothing to do now we have small kids and they're not getting anything to eat what should you do in Japan a team of medical experts projects four hundred thousand people could die from covert nineteen in Japan unless strong measures are taken to stop the spread of the disease the findings condition by Japan's health ministry come as Japan still has no stringent lockdown measures in place last week Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave declared a state of emergency and asked citizens to voluntarily maintain social distancing the many retail outlets remain open Japan has confirmed more than eight thousand cases and one hundred sixty two deaths from cold at nineteen British officials said Tuesday the rate of covert nineteen deaths maybe ten percent higher than official reports adding to evidence that European nations have been significantly undercounting the true toll of the virus this comes as some hard hit European countries have begun re opening some businesses in Italy which recorded its smallest number of new coronavirus cases in a month some bookstores and children's clothing shops have reopened in parts of Spain some construction and factory workers are back on the job meanwhile German health officials said two hundred eighty five people died of corona virus related symptoms Tuesday the highest daily tasks toll in Germany so far Turkey's parliament voted Tuesday to temporarily free forty five thousand prisoners about a third of its prison population to limit the spread of code nineteen the prisoner release will exclude critics of authoritarian president Recep Tayyip parent one who's been convicted of terrorism charges in a statement Amnesty International called for the release of all political prisoners adding quote those convicted in unfair trials under Turkey's overly broad anti terrorism laws are also now condemned to face the prospect of infection from this deadly disease on quote in Ecuador emergency workers have collected the remains of nearly nineteen hundred people from hospitals and homes in the city of Guayaquil over the past two weeks the deaths represent a five fold increase in great kills usual mortality rate as hospitals are overwhelmed with hundreds of code nineteen patients in Brazil a studies found the number of coronavirus cases in the country is likely twelve times higher than government figures and that only eight percent of cases are being officially reported testing remains scarce and Purcell and there are extremely long waits to confirm test results in Guatemala health minister Hugo Monroy on Tuesday blamed a spike in corona virus cases on U. S. deportation saying at least half of the people who have been recently deported have tested positive for cove it nineteen I think that's the only big K. R. I. boy it'll spread to maintain it this is the situation their flights with Guatemalan citizens who have been deported from the United States and who are put on the planes and they have fever and so once they arrive here we automatically evaluate the hell out of me immediately test them for covert nineteen and a lot of them have been testing positive China has approved clinical trials for two experimental vaccines against the novel coronavirus both Chinese research teams have skipped testing on laboratory animals in our fast tracking tests on human subjects in the United States Truman trials of a vaccine candidate began in Washington state last month top scientist of the World Health Organization cautioned it will be at least a year before any vaccine becomes widely available meanwhile south Dakota's Republican governor Christie known announced the first statewide trial of the anti malarial drug hydroxy Clark one as a potential treatment for covert nineteen president trump Tuesday once again touted the drug as he's done repeatedly for weeks even though there's no medical evidence it's an effective treatment in Ohio the head of a prison guard union says a fifth person has died of covert nineteen at the Elkton federal correctional institution where thirty six prisoners and twenty six staff has tested positive elsewhere Virginia Maryland South Carolina Ohio and Indiana have reported the first code nineteen deaths of people in state prisons a prisoner at the DC central detention facility died of the disease Monday at the writer's island jail here in New York a second prisoner has died of covert nineteen in Michigan where at least ten incarcerated people have died prisoners have filed a federal lawsuit alleging they've been given a death sentence in New York viral video show a group of police officers and Harlem subway station forcibly detaining a young boy for selling candy at the subway station an alleged violation of social distancing rules police officers are also seen pulling the boy's sweater and holding him by the chest as she cries and struggles to get away from the officers the boy's mother was reportedly present during the incident meanwhile in Philadelphia police officers were filmed violently pulling out a man from inside a bus because the man was not wearing a face mask and campaigners former president Barack Obama Tuesday endorsed his former running mate Joe Biden for vice for president with an appeal to senator Bernie Sanders supporters if I were running today I wouldn't run the same race or have the same platform as I did in two thousand and eight the world is different there's too much unfinished business for us to just look backwards we have to look to the future Bernie understands that and Joe understands that Obama's presidential endorsement came one day after senator Sanders back Joe Biden's bid for the White House calling president trump the most dangerous precedent in modern history of the United States and Ohio governor Mike DeWine has delayed three upcoming execution saying the state had struggled for years to obtain a new combination of lethal injection drugs this is the eighth time the wind has delayed execution since he took office in two thousand nineteen last year a federal judge ruled the lethal injection drugs that have been used in Ohio are unconstitutional and produced a painful drowning sensation similar to waterboarding that ruling was later overturned by an appeals court and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report I mean the good thing we're broadcasting from the epicenter of the pandemic New York City as the death rate from the corona virus pandemic continues to accelerate with more than two million confirmed infections worldwide at least a hundred twenty seven thousand deaths president trump said Tuesday he would cut off U. S. support for the World Health Organization speaking from the rose garden trump sought to shift blame for his administration's disastrous handling of the pandemic onto the U. N. public health agency accusing the W. H. O. of helping China to cover up the spread of the corona virus when it emerged late last year the world depends on the W. H. O. to work with countries to ensure that accurate information about international health threats you shared in a timely manner and if it's not too independently tell the world the truth about what is happening the W. H. O. failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable trump's decision sparked international outrage and condemnation Richard Horton editor in chief of the lancet medical journal tweeted president trump's decision to defund W. H. O. is simply this is a crime against humanity every scientist every health worker every citizen must resist and rebel against this appalling betrayal of global solidarity the American medical association's president Patrice Harris called on trump to reconsider the cuts saying quote fighting a global pandemic requires international cooperation and reliance on science and data she said the global anti poverty organization Oxfam America said the cuts slash quote any hopes for the responsible international cooperation and solidarity that's critical to save lives and restore the global economy this comes as a new Oxfam report estimates the pandemic's economic fallout could push more than half a billion more people into poverty for nearly three billion people already living in poverty and facing malnutrition the virus could be deadly and all it estimates half of the world seven point eight billion people could be living in poverty and viruses aftermath reports call dignity not destitution and economic rescue plan for all to tackle the corona virus crisis and rebuild a more equal world for more we're joined by Oxfam America's vice president Paul o'brien welcome to democracy now let's begin with president trump in the midst of this pandemic where the U. S. is the epicenter of the world's pandemic more deaths than any other country in the world president trump announces he's ending support for the well our health organization Paula Brian your response thanks for having me on it was pretty shocking to hear that last night we had predicted last week that the numbers of deaths from corona virus could be as high as forty million over the coming period sh so we're already in crisis but it could get significantly worse trump has his treasury secretary talking to other G. twenty finance ministers today and what what that leader needs to be able to show is America's role in leading multi lateral cooperation and at the same time he's announcing that he's going to cut the legs off the World Health Organization there there might undermining his own attempts to show global leadership it was profoundly self destructive for US leadership it's profoundly harmful for our world and it seems to be nothing other than short term blame shifting and scapegoating in order to distract people from the the failures of this administration to properly lead on the issue but its consequences could be devastating for people hello Brian there are many critics of the World Health Organization but across the board now with president trump announcing that he is cutting the funding for this organization the U. S. the largest funder of the World Health Organization explain what this organization does and why it is so critical and with president trump so deeply concerned about what's happening in the United States one would think why what happens in the rest of the world makes an enormous difference to what will happen in this country well as you say New York is the epicenter of the crisis the U. S. is now facing more deaths per day than has been seen that we are facing our own health crisis here were also facing our own economic crisis here just at the same time you've got seventeen million new unemployed in the United States and even before this crisis started you have forty percent of Americans didn't have four hundred dollars to their name for an emergency and then the crisis hits so you got a health crisis on an economic crisis here you've got that in in many ways even worse in many of the communities that Oxfam works and we work in ninety countries around the world including the United States but you've got this health and economic crisis coming at the same time you've got a World Health Organization this job it is to convene leaders to make sure that the response is coordinated and evidence based is based on science and that there is a truly global response to a global pandemic so apart from the financing of the organization the leadership on the moral authority of the organization to be able to drive global consensus to respond to this help an economic crisis is absolutely critical for president trump the world's most powerful politician to.

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"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"And unfair trials under Turkey's overly broad anti-terrorism laws are also now condemned to face the prospect of infection from this deadly disease unquote in Ecuador. Emergency workers have collected the remains of nearly nineteen hundred people from hospitals and homes in the city of why Keel over the past two weeks the deaths represent a fivefold increase appeals usual mortality rate as hospitals are overwhelmed with hundreds of cove in nineteen patients in. Brazil studies found the number of corona virus cases in the country is likely twelve times higher than government figures in that only eight percent of cases are being officially reported testing remain scarce in. Brazil and there are extremely long waits to confirm test results in Guatemala health. Minister Ugo Monroy on Tuesday blamed a spike in corona virus cases on US DEPORTATION. Saying at least half of the people who've been recently deported have tested positive for covert nineteen the boileau spare. This is the situation. They are flights Guatemalan citizens. Who have been deported the United States? And who are put on the planes and they have fevers and so once they arrive here. We automatically evaluate their health immediately test them for covert nineteen and a lot of them have been testing positive. China has approved clinical trials for two experimental vaccines against the novel coronavirus. Both Chinese research teams have skipped testing laboratory animals and are fast-tracking tests on human subjects in the United States. Human trials of a vaccine candidate began in Washington state last month. Top scientists at the World Health Organization. Caution it will be at least a year before any vaccine becomes widely available. Meanwhile South Dakota's Republican Governor Christie gnome announced the first statewide trial of the Anti Malarial. Drug Hydroxy chloroquine as a potential treatment for covert nineteen president trump. Tuesday once again touted the drug as he's done repeatedly for weeks even though there's no medical evidence it's an effective treatment in Ohio. The head of a prison guards union says a fifth person has died of cove in nineteen at the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution. Were thirty six prisoners. In twenty-six staff have tested positive elsewhere Virginia Maryland South Carolina. Ohio and Indiana have reported the first cove in nineteen deaths of people in state prisons. A prisoner at the DC central detention facility died of the disease. Monday and at the rikers island. Jail here in New York. Second prisoner has died of Cova. Nineteen in Michigan. Where at least ten incarcerated people have died. Prisoners have filed a federal lawsuit. Alleging they've been given a death sentence in New York viral video. Show a group of police officers in Harlem subway station forcibly detaining a young boy for selling candy at the subway station in an alleged violation of social distancing rules. Police officers are also seen pulling the boy sweater and holding him by the chest he cries and struggles to get away from the officers. The boy's mother was reportedly present during the incident meanwhile in Philadelphia police officers were filmed violently pulling out a man from inside a bus because the man was not wearing a face mask and campaign news. Former President Barack Obama Tuesday endorsed former running mate. Joe Biden vice four precedent with an appeal to Senator Bernie Sanders supporters. If I were running today I wouldn't run the same race or have the same platform as I did. In two thousand and eight. The world is different. There's too much unfinished business for us to just look backwards. We have to look to the future. Bernie understands that enjoy understands. That Obama's presidential endorsement came one day after Senator Sanders Back Joe. Biden's bid for the White House calling president trump. The most dangerous precedent in modern history of the United States and Ohio Governor. Mike DeWine has delayed three upcoming execution saying the state has struggled for years to obtain a new combination of lethal injection drugs. This is the eighth time to wind has delayed an execution since he took office in two thousand nineteen last year a federal judge ruled the lethal injection drugs. That have been used in. Ohio are unconstitutional and produced a painful drowning sensation. Similar waterboarding that ruling was later overturned by an appeals court and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm Amy Goodman. We're broadcasting from the epicenter of the pandemic New York City as the death rate from Corona virus pandemic continues to accelerate with more than two million confirmed infections worldwide. And at least one hundred twenty seven thousand deaths president trump said Tuesday. He would cut off. Us support for the World Health Organization. Speaking from the Rose Garden trump sought to shift blame for his administration's disastrous handling of the pandemic onto the UN public health agency accusing the WHO of helping China to cover up the spread of the corona virus. When it emerged late last year the world depends on the WHO to work with countries to ensure that accurate information about international health threats shared in a timely manner. And if it's not to independently tell the world the truth about what is happening the. Who failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable? Trump's decision sparked international outrage and condemnation. Richard Horton editor in chief of the Lancet. Medical Journal. Tweeted president trump's decision to de-fund ob. Hbo is simply this. A crime against humanity every scientist every health worker. Every citizen must resist and rebel against this appalling of global solidarity the American Medical Association's President Patrice Harris called on trump to reconsider the cut saying quote fighting global pandemic requires international cooperation and reliance on science and data. She said the Global Anti Poverty Organization Oxfam America said the cuts slash quote any hopes for the Responsible International Cooperation Solidarity. That's critical to save lives and restore the global economy. This comes new. Oxfam report estimates the pandemics economic fallout could push more than half a billion more people into poverty. For nearly three billion people already living in and facing malnutrition. The virus could be deadly in all at estimates. Half of the world's seven point eight billion people could be living in poverty and viruses aftermath reports called dignity not destitution and economic rescue plan for all to tackle the corona virus crisis and rebuild more equal world for more. We're joined by Oxfam America's Vice President Paulo Brian. Welcome to democracy now. Let's begin with President Trump in the midst of this pandemic where the. Us is the epicenter of the world's pandemic more deaths than any other country in the world. President trump announces he's ending support for the Willard Health Organization Polo. Brian Your Response..

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WTOP

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"anti poverty organization oxfam" Discussed on WTOP

"Announce a second smaller coronavirus task force it'll be focused on helping the economy get back the task force will reportedly be made up of a mix of private sector and administration officials including the new chief of staff mark meadows the treasury secretary and the national economic adviser meadows likely to lead the task force though no official decision has yet been made there are now more than four hundred thirty two thousand reported cases of covert nineteen here in the U. S. at least fourteen thousand eight hundred people have died and that may be an underestimate because of the lack of testing in southern California's riverside county eighty four patients were moved from the magnolia nursing center there are thirty four cases of Kobe nineteen among the residents five among the employees the patients had to be relocated after employees there refused to show up for a second straight day I think there might have led him to make a decision that might not have been the right decision for the patient the state of California announced recently that it was going to send five hundred ventilators to states around the country that needed them and the governor of New Jersey tweeted yesterday that the ventilators arrived with a hand written note and what was written was from the west coast that the virus cases among crew members of the USS Theodore Roosevelt the Pentagon has repeatedly pointed out that no crew members have been hospitalized until now the navy says a sailor has been admitted to an intensive care unit in Guam that's where the carrier has been docked the sailor tested positive as have hundreds of others that is CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick some improvement in the fight against corona virus in Italy the number of people who have died in needing intensive care is declining but the prime minister Decepticon days urging caution and says no the time is not yet come to lift the lockdown which could remain in place until may initially government discussions are on going on phase two of the corona virus crisis and what that's going to look like but the prime minister has rejected calls to open up businesses and companies for the time being phase two should involve using the lockdown that is gripped the nation but also divided it there are those who insist the economically crippling measures must end and those who fear the deadly disease could rebound that is Sabina castle Frankel reporting from Rome covered nineteen is pushing people out of work and now the anti poverty organization Oxfam is warning about a half a billion people could be pushed into poverty as a result ox lamb calling on the world's richest countries to step up efforts to help the developing world by contributing more money finance ministers from the group of twenty leading economies are set to meet next week as are the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank folks who are sheltering in place because of the virus have resulted in the number of Americans traveling by plane to drop to a level not seen in more than sixty years the transportation security administration screening just over ninety seven thousand people on Tuesday a drop of ninety five percent from a year ago the trade group airlines for America since the nation averaged about ninety seven thousand airline travelers a day in nineteen fifty four and it could be awhile before people resume flying polling firm public opinion strategies since fewer than half of the Americans it surveyed about ten days ago so they will get on a plane within six months of the spread of the virus flattening hi my camp in well let's get a check on Wall Street see how things are going with Jeff Clabaugh early gains the Dow is up four hundred twenty four point C. as in P. five hundred index is up two percent morning news in ten minutes on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda and here's Jonathan Warner had the Michael Jordan era in Washington was really about NJ extending his career and still after all these years seventeen since you last played for the wizards Jerry Stackhouse still wishes he was never part of it talking on ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski is podcasts that cal says he's still frustrated by his time with the wizards he says Jordan demanded the offense runs through him and Stackhouse who idolize and J. says it lost a bit of the reverence for him Stackhouse also lost out on numerous opportunities to win an NBA championship the pistons won a title two years after they traded him to the way it is he was dealt to Dallas for Antoine Jameson and the Mavericks one at all two years after Stackhouse left then the heat won a championship the year after he left Miami hockey players are at a big disadvantage now when trying to stay in shape while staying at home during the pandemic with no access to ice time they can't skate in capitals defenseman John Carlson says that's their biggest hurdle right now for most people in Indiana so I would say that the first beginning portion of of the summer is all off the ice and in terms of doing some cardio and all that but also training your body in different ways that you can't really do during the season and doesn't matter how hard you work that first week on the ISIS is always really top and hopefully this won't feel the same as it does the first day on the ice in the summer but we're all dealing with the same things but Carlson says the capital's trainers have given them a weekly workout program John of the Warner W. 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"Green it's eight thirty one CBS news special report the government's last two weekly jobs report showed some ten million first time unemployment claims the report just out for last week add six point six million to those totals economist Joel naroff status of clamping down the beginning to catch up on the backlogs but people are still being laid off there it may take several weeks before we get down to more reasonable if there is nothing reasonable if you're still waiting for and I'm unemployment check like this Florida man on how money needed money tens of thousands of Floridians were locked out of the system over the past few weeks as the state's website crashed continually and then there's this the house one of the lowest weekly unemployment payments in the country and they only last up to twelve weeks most states offer more than doubled our C. B. S.'s Manuel Bojorquez once again the of report for this past week six point six new unemployment claims filed last week CBS news special report I'm Peter king now it's eight thirty two and the pandemic has devastated many small businesses the Senate hopes to vote today on legislation that would provide two hundred fifty billion dollars more to help them WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more on that today on the hill senator Tim Kaine says he's spoken with business owners who have had to lay off people for the very first time even during earlier downturns even during the eight oh nine or in the aftermath of nine eleven and never had to lay off employees eighteen says the virtual shut down of the economy affects everyone two of my own children are out of work late on jobs because their jobs are closed teens spoke during a weapon are with Virginia business leaders some of whom noted that getting small business loans has initially proven to be difficult he and other lawmakers including those from Maryland are urging business owners to let them know about issues so they can reach out to the administration to address them and get the businesses the money they badly need on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news the covered nineteen viruses pushing people out of work and now the anti poverty organization Oxfam is warning around a half million people could be pushed into poverty as a result ox fan is calling on the world's richest countries to step up efforts to help the developing world by contributing more money finance ministers from the group of twenty leading economies are set to meet next week as are the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank ahead where the strain of virus that hit New York may have come from eight thirty three.

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