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Fresh "Area" from Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

01:13 min | 4 min ago

Fresh "Area" from Wait Wait Don't Tell Me

"Team at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland Emergency officials are warning of dangerous travel conditions in the Carolinas and parts of Virginia After another winter storm swept through the region overnight Dick de la canal of member station WFA reports on the second winter storm to hit the east coast in a week The national weather services travel conditions will remain hazardous through the weekend after the storm blanketed parts of the Carolinas and Virginia with dangerous ice and snow A Delta flight at the Raleigh Durham airport skidded off the runway Friday night into some mud no injuries were reported The North Carolina highway patrol also says a person died after an ambulance hit an icy patch east of Raleigh and ran down an embankment Emergency crews are working to restore power in many areas and homeless shelters have expanded capacity for people needing warmth or place to stay Officials are asking drivers to stay home and keep roads clear for emergency crews and first responders For NPR news on Nick Della canal in Charlotte On the West Coast a wildfire in coastal California has forced evacuation officials in Monterey county ordered the evacuations after the fire burning of the Big Sur area grew to more than 250 acres For 8 flights making it into the Pacific island nation.

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New York Post: 2 NYPD Officers Shot, Responding to Domestic Disturbance in Harlem

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 13 hrs ago

New York Post: 2 NYPD Officers Shot, Responding to Domestic Disturbance in Harlem

"This is from the New York Post Two NYPD officers won a rookie with just over a year on the job were shot dead while responding to a domestic violence call today in Harlem multiple police sources said The gunfire erupted just before 6 30 p.m. inside an apartment One of the officers was struck in the face by gunfire The suspect was also fatally shot The NYPD urge residents in a tweet to void the area may Eric Adams was headed to Harlem hospital where the officers were rushed after the shooting The unidentified officers is unbelievable Are the fourth and 5th members of the NYPD to be injured by gunfire so far in 2022 but they're dead They weren't just injured I mean these were young officers one joined in November 2020 and the other in 2018 The shooting comes a day after an NYPD detective was shot during a drug bust on Staten Island

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Fresh "Area" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 7 min ago

Fresh "Area" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Site that's close enough that you can get to it worry that you might have to pay for the vaccine which in the U.S. is not true but many people still worried they may have to pay and not be able to afford it or worry that you might miss work Another winter storm targeting an area of the country that doesn't normally see a lot of snow here's CBS's Jim Croce Lula They have to roadster You have southeastern Virginia including Norfolk and Virginia Beach and the North Carolina outer banks could get up to 8 inches of snow Many of the region including bed Reynolds have been without electricity after an ice storm early in the week Three kids under 5 one of them's about three months old so yeah it's very long time to be without power Even the South Carolina coastal cities of Myrtle Beach Charleston and Hilton head will see rare snow and ice Drive carefully because a lot of people sharing the road aren't A new report shows about 100 people are killed in over 7500 more injured every day in American roadways a driver behavior.

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IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 23 hrs ago

IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

"Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state group group group group of of of of gunmen gunmen gunmen gunmen have have have have mounted mounted mounted mounted deadly deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks attacks in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria and and and and Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq with with with with dozens dozens dozens dozens killed killed killed killed more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred I I I I S. S. S. S. militants militants militants militants carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a complex complex complex complex attack attack attack attack on on on on Syria's Syria's Syria's Syria's largest largest largest largest prison prison prison prison holding holding holding holding suspected suspected suspected suspected extremists extremists extremists extremists and and and and members members members members of of of of the the the the group group group group in in in in Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq stormed stormed stormed stormed an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks killing killing killing killing soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers that that that that they they they they slept slept slept slept the the the the prison prison prison prison break break break break in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria is is is is believed believed believed believed to to to to be be be be the the the the largest largest largest largest since since since since the the the the militants militants militants militants lost lost lost lost territory territory territory territory they they they they have have have have held held held held that that that that nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago I I I I S. S. S. S. a a a a sleeper sleeper sleeper sleeper cells cells cells cells have have have have become become become become more more more more active active active active in in in in both both both both countries countries countries countries the the the the attack attack attack attack at at at at an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks in in in in a a a a mountainous mountainous mountainous mountainous area area area area north north north north of of of of Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad was was was was one one one one of of of of the the the the deadliest deadliest deadliest deadliest targeting targeting targeting targeting the the the the Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi ministry ministry ministry ministry in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Fresh update on "area" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:39 sec | 49 min ago

Fresh update on "area" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"I'm Joel Snyder with these headlines President Biden is expected to focus on the tensions between Russia and Ukraine today The White House says he will discuss the situation with his national security team at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland The U.S. embassy in Ukraine meanwhile says the first shipment of U.S. Military aid arrived in Kyiv today the embassy says it includes lethal weapons and ammunition as part of a $200 billion security support package approved by President Biden last month At a wildfire in coastal California has forced evacuations officials in Monterey county ordered the evacuations after the fire burning in the Big Sur area grew to more than 250 acres NPR news.

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Georgia DA Asks for Special Grand Jury in Election Probe Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 1 d ago

Georgia DA Asks for Special Grand Jury in Election Probe Against Trump

"The Supreme Court and basic comedy CO MIT Y has created a disaster in our country which is the war against Donald Trump A Manhattan DA going after Donald Trump You have an attorney general of New York going after Donald Trump These are elected Marxist Democrats And now you have a Georgia DA as for a special grand jury to go after Donald Trump And this is a Georgia DA with ties to of course Stacey Abrams The true winner of the governorship of Georgia chastes Of course she never comes under any criticism for undermining our electoral system No She's unbelievable The associated depressed Atlanta the Georgia prosecutor looking into possible attempts to interfere in the 2020 general election By former president Donald Trump and others is as for a special grand jury to aid the investigation Fulton county DA fanny Willis The faster Sent a letter to Fulton county superior court chief judge Christopher brash here See all these Democrat areas But the Republicans they're scared No pushback Asking him to impanel a special grand jury She wrote in a letter that her office has received information indicating a reasonable probability That the state of Georgia's administration of elections in 2020 including the state's election of the president of the United States was subject to possible criminal disruptions

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Fresh update on "area" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "area" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Americans Critics say the comment implies that black voters are somehow not American McConnell said he meant to say the word all before the word Americans The House committee that's investigating the capital riot wants to hear from Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane I spoke with one of the members of the January 6th House select committee and that member said there's a hope that Ivanka Trump comes in out of a quote sense of patriotism that date is also not coincidental There's another member of the House committee that told me they'd like to have prime time public hearings for America in February The committee says that Ivanka Trump may have insight into a scramble inside The White House to get then president Trump to denounce and call off the mob that was attacking the capitol The FBI says the boyfriend of cross country traveler Gabby petito wrote a confession in a notebook admitting that he killed her It's the first time authorities squarely pinned the blame for potato's death on Brian laundry though he was always a prime suspect The remains of gavi baito were found in a remote area of Wyoming in September She had been strangled immediately the search for her killer focused on her boyfriend Brian laundry His remains were found in October in the Florida wilderness area It was ruled a suicide investigators also found a notebook now the FBI says in that notebook laundry takes responsibility for Gabby battis death Steve federman CBS News coming up on TOP a high school shooting in Montgomery county leaves a student with serious injuries It's 7 35.

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Julie Kelly: Was Ray Epps an Informant for Any Government Agency?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:26 min | 1 d ago

Julie Kelly: Was Ray Epps an Informant for Any Government Agency?

"That's right because they're very careful to parse their denial with the fact he was not tied to law enforcement Well you know the Stan he could be a government asset for any agency Local or federal he could be part of the intelligence community or military some people have even suggested he was a crisis actor working with the Democrats to DMC and of course while we have to do is go back to the Russia collusion hoax to see how they used political operatives to promote destructive narrative against Donald Trump So we'll see why won't they want to January 6th committee interview him under oath in public If it's important to get the truth quote unquote truth to the American people about what happened at Dave Let's start with rates talk about what he did why he is escaping charges who if anyone he was working with and why more than a year later he remains uncharged when Dan just this week three more men in Illinois charged with four misdemeanors the FBI rounded them up charged them They're going to be facing charges possible short prison sentences for just being in the wrong place at the wrong time They absolutely was too in a restricted area outside the capitol building So they're really having a hard time explaining why so many others Now 720 people have been charged arrested and charged by ray apps still as a freelance doesn't make a lot of

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 d ago

Update on the latest sports

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Raw Senate debate in fight to end voting bill filibuster

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 d ago

Raw Senate debate in fight to end voting bill filibuster

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Ford recalls 200K cars because brake lights can stay on

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Ford recalls 200K cars because brake lights can stay on

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Crime Spree Ravages America

The Trish Regan Show

01:35 min | 3 d ago

Crime Spree Ravages America

"Me turn to another story that's really bugging me right now and that's the crime spree that we are seeing all over America from LA to Philadelphia, enormous amount of crime escalation in Philadelphia in recent days. And in New York City. So first of all, starting in LA, two recent incidents, one was a young woman who was working at a furniture store who was knives to death by a homeless person. The other was a 70 year old nurse out in the LA area. She was just going to work and she was attacked by a homeless person trying to get on the bus. She died. We have another homeless person in New York City, who pushed a young 40 year old woman, an executive at Deloitte, Asian woman, Michelle go right in front of a train and killed her. You know, the homeless thing, we got to get this under control. I'm sorry, you know what, if you're that messed up. The state actually has to take over. The state actually has to lock you up and put you away because you are a danger to society. 96 crimes reported just in the last two weeks on the New York City subway system. That's a 65% increase. I mean, we thought it was bad comrade de Blasio, right? In charge and now Eric Adams is not looking so hot. He actually is trying to tell everybody that the New York City subway system is quote safe. I'm sorry when you have a 65% increase in crimes. You want a woman 40 years old is pushed to her death by a homeless person. It's not safe.

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Phill Kline of the Amistad Project Gives an Update on the Fight for Election Integrity

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Phill Kline of the Amistad Project Gives an Update on the Fight for Election Integrity

"Law with us as Phil Klein from the amistad project Phil. Welcome back to our program Phil. I want to compliment you. You have been on the case since the day after the election. In 2020, you have been covering this. You have been unafraid to tell the truth about every single one of the dynamics surrounding this. I just want to compliment you and congratulate you because you talked about for quite some time. There is some action that was going to happen in Wisconsin. Tell us the latest from Wisconsin. Thank you, Charlie, and thank you for all that you do. Wisconsin and the decision of the court confirms what we've been saying for some time now. And that is that private monies of lifted who left this interest hijacked government campaign offices to get government involved in partisan effort to benefit mister Biden and they did that by violating the laws. Unilateral decisions and here in Wisconsin, it was at the behalf of the left leaning Wisconsin election commission who worked with Zuckerberg and all these private interests and all these nonprofits to inject efforts for the government office to target by voters in the democratic urban core and turn out those voters. And it didn't just happen in Wisconsin it happened in Michigan in Georgia in Pennsylvania and all the swing states. And the drop boxes, the judge says, we're illegal in Wisconsin. But guess what? Zuckerberg money and let this money put drop boxes illegally in the urban core. So in these Democrats, strongholds, you can hardly walk down the street without voting. Meanwhile, through leftist governors and others in the swing states, they were making it harder to vote in person and harder to vote in Republican strongholds or rural areas by shutting down in person polling places claiming COVID. So the government got involved in the Biden campaign in 2020. And the planning to do

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Ryan Bangert of Alliance Defending Freedom on the Latest Supreme Court Rulings

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 4 d ago

Ryan Bangert of Alliance Defending Freedom on the Latest Supreme Court Rulings

"So our friend Ryan bengard from the alliance defending freedom joins us now, Ryan, welcome to the program. Eric, thank you for having us on. Well, listen, people need to know that the alliance defending freedom ADF. You guys are heroes, unfortunately, you're very important at this time in American history. We need folks like you. Fighting in the courts for the constitution. So we're great to we're grateful for what you all do and we're grateful for you in particular today for coming online because many people want to know what happened in the Supreme Court in the Supreme Court recently with the two rulings. So for people who really haven't followed the ruling specifically the one about the one that was struck down, I guess it was 6 to three. And then the one that was not struck down, tell us a little bit about those rulings. Sure. So back in September, President Biden announced that he was going to require the federal agencies to mandate vaccination. And his chief of staff even called this a workaround knowing that federal authority wasn't there to implement these requirements. And so the agencies, the federal agencies, began going one by one and requiring vaccination in areas that they could control. And the occupational safety and health administration, which is part of the Department of Labor, issued a requirement back in November that all private employers with 100 or more employees require those employees to be vaccinated or if they chose not to get vaccinated. They had to be tested every single week and they had a mask up if they were unvaccinated. So they sweeping mandate covering over 80 million American employees. Simultaneously, the center for Medicaid and Medicare services CMS issued a mandate requiring healthcare workers at 15 different types of facilities that receive either Medicare or Medicaid funds to be vaccinated with only very narrow exemptions. So that covered over 10 million workers. So right there, you have almost a 100 million Americans covered by federal mandates. And those were the two mandates that the Supreme Court took up at Earl argument on January 7th and issued decisions last week. The osha mandate, the one that covered the private employees, the 80 plus million private employees was struck down like you said 6 to three. And the Medicare and Medicaid mandate that covered healthcare workers was upheld by a 5 to four

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Matthew Charles Shows Us What True Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:59 min | 4 d ago

Matthew Charles Shows Us What True Criminal Justice Reform Looks Like

"Let's go back in time to a little bit Matthew because one of the things that I always enjoy doing whether I don't care who I'm interviewing is is how did you get to be the story or be the person that you are? Sort of give us a little bit of your background, how your childhood, how you came up, how you got in, you know, how you had your run ins with what eventually was your incarceration and we'll talk a little bit pieces of that as we go forward, because I think it's good for people to sort of hear where people's stories are. Okay. Well, I would definitely start off by saying that I was the furthest away from where I am today. I dysfunctional environment, my father was an alcoholic. He was verbally and physically abusive, not only to my mother, but until me and my siblings as well. And I actually joined the army once I graduated high school. I actually joined it while I was in high school. And once I was released, I was out a couple weeks, and then I went to basic training. But I had actually joined the military to escape the ballots in my own household. And then once I went into the military and then my term, to me because I didn't have a right perspective, on authority. I ended up feeling that that was too much authority, and I still didn't have my freedom. So I ended up doing my term and then being released, but once I got released, everything started to spiral down here because all the different things that I had encountered throughout my life started to expose themselves. And I started making bad decision at the bad decision and that ended up giving me a 15 year space sellers in a state of North Carolina. And I still didn't learn my lesson there. So after I finished that sentence, I did what is not acceptable, you know what I mean by his social standards, but I did what was normal for the area that I was living in. And that was so drugs. And that drug that was being sold was crack cocaine. So throughout that period of time, I just started selling crack cocaine.

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Glenn Youngkin's Victory Was a Massive Win Against the Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Glenn Youngkin's Victory Was a Massive Win Against the Regime

"Now because of the lockdowns that society decided to enact as a response to the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, parents across the country for the first time decided to get engaged and get involved in school board, races and elections over the last year. This is part of the rise of the citizen. 2021 did not have many elections, but there was one in particular the start of the surface as a potential climax as a potential testing point of all these different political trends that we started to see in April and May and June of last year. Businessman Glenn youngkin was running for governor of Virginia. He was running up against Clinton operative and former governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, and Glenn youngkin was down nearly double digits in the polls, 12 to 15 points, some polls had him down. It seemed as if Terry McAuliffe was going to have an easy waltz to the governorship. There was no questions asked and Republicans would lose yet again in the ever increasing blue state of Virginia. Of course, moms and dads rose up in record numbers. Loud and county was tighter than ever before. The strong conservative areas got behind and junkin was elected governor of Virginia. Now we celebrated that victory that night. We did a whole live stream that evening. It was a massive win against the regime. It was a win for parents, the parents party that has ever increasing and strengthening in numbers. It was a win for those of us that care for educational mobility and school choice, vouchers, and especially the fight against critical race

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Winter storm whipping northeast US with snow, thunderstorms

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Winter storm whipping northeast US with snow, thunderstorms

"Thousands thousands of of power power outages outages in in flight flight cancellations cancellations and and other other casualties casualties of of a a winter winter storm storm that that continues continues to to bring bring snow snow wind wind and and rain rain to to parts parts of of the the northeast northeast the the bigger bigger cities cities like like New New York York to to Boston Boston of of warmed warmed up up but but western western New New York York the the western western Carolinas Carolinas northeast northeast Ohio Ohio Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and central central and and northern northern New New England England so so at at least least a a foot foot of of snow snow with with some some areas areas seeing seeing twenty twenty inches inches according according to to National National Weather Weather Service Service meteorologist meteorologist Marc Marc Chenard Chenard he he heavy heavy snowfall snowfall accumulations accumulations all all the the way way you you know know from from Tennessee Tennessee North North Carolina Carolina all all the the way way up up into into the the northeast northeast at at Brevard Brevard college college in in North North Carolina Carolina door door move move collapsing collapsing under under the the weight weight of of snow snow students students rushed rushed to to safety safety according according to to officials officials slick slick roads roads causing causing numerous numerous traffic traffic accidents accidents more more than than fifteen fifteen hundred hundred flight flight cancellations cancellations in in the the U. U. S. S. according according to to tracking tracking site site FlightAware FlightAware Charlotte Charlotte Douglas Douglas airport airport dealing dealing with with the the most most Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Snow, ice blast through South with powerful winter storm

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

Snow, ice blast through South with powerful winter storm

"Roads roads are are still still slick slick and and power power is is out out for for thousands thousands after after a a deadly deadly winter winter storm storm swept swept through through parts parts of of the the US US parts parts of of the the southeast southeast were were glazed glazed over over snow snow ice ice and and high high winds winds toppled toppled down down tree tree limbs limbs and and power power lines lines Georgia Georgia North North Carolina Carolina South South Carolina Carolina even even Florida Florida were were hard hard hit hit North North Carolina Carolina governor governor Roy Roy Cooper Cooper yesterday yesterday as as much much as as eight eight to to twelve twelve inches inches of of snow snow has has fallen fallen in in some some counties counties and and significant significant icing icing is is causing causing trouble trouble in in the the central central part part of of the the state state more more than than twelve twelve hundred hundred flights flights were were canceled canceled at at Charlotte Charlotte Douglas Douglas International International Airport Airport police police reported reported hundreds hundreds of of weather weather related related collisions collisions across across the the southeast southeast including including a a fatal fatal crash crash in in Raleigh Raleigh North North Carolina Carolina no no icing icing in in Florida Florida but but the the National National Weather Weather Service Service confirms confirms a a tornado tornado with with winds winds at at one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen miles miles an an hour hour struck struck in in the the fort fort Myers Myers area area damaging damaging dozens dozens of of homes homes hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Fire near New Jersey chemical plant spreads thick smoke

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Fire near New Jersey chemical plant spreads thick smoke

"A a massive massive fire fire that that ripped ripped through through an an industrial industrial complex complex in in New New Jersey Jersey Friday Friday night night sending sending flames flames and and heavy heavy smoke smoke into into the the air air that that could could be be seen seen on on weather weather radar radar is is now now under under control control according according to to officials officials Passaic Passaic mayor mayor Hector Hector Lora Lora says says firefighters firefighters remain remain on on the the scene scene at at majestic majestic industries industries on on the the Qualcomm Qualcomm chemical chemical plants plants Saturday Saturday making making sure sure any any pockets pockets of of fire fire that that remains remains don't don't reach reach an an area area where where chlorine chlorine is is stored stored had had their their fire fire reached reached the the main main chemical chemical plant plant it it would would have have caused caused us us serious serious issues issues residents residents were were told told keep keep their their window window shop shop but but they they did did not not have have to to evacuate evacuate we we will will continue continue to to monitor monitor the the air air quality quality throughout throughout the the day day and and into into the the next next few few days days where where Laura Laura says says the the freezing freezing temperatures temperatures caused caused issues issues from from slip slip and and falls falls for for firefighters firefighters to to water water they they were were using using to to fight fight the the blaze blaze freezing freezing I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Volcano erupts in Pacific, islanders rush to escape tsunami

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Volcano erupts in Pacific, islanders rush to escape tsunami

"An an undersea undersea volcano volcano near near the the islands islands of of Tonga Tonga has has erupted erupted it's it's triggering triggering a a tsunami tsunami the the Pacific Pacific nation nation of of Tonga Tonga was was inundated inundated with with large large tsunami tsunami waves waves as as residents residents rushed rushed to to higher higher grounds grounds video video posted posted to to social social media media showed showed the the way way swirling swirling around around homes homes and and buildings buildings in in coastal coastal areas areas communication communication with with the the small small island island nation nation has has been been problematic problematic which which is is restricted restricted information information to to come come through through on on injuries injuries and and the the extent extent of of the the damage damage however however needs needs even even spinach spinach he he said said it it was was monitoring monitoring the the situation situation and and remained remained on on standby standby ready ready to to assist assist a a fost fost I'm I'm Karen Karen Thomas Thomas

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Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Pastor David Englehardt Wants to Be the 'Exact Opposite of Richard Rohr'

"Him. According to your version of the Christian faith, which I think is my own, is Richard rohr theologically orthodox and just iffy in some areas or is he really problematic? I think he would, I think most people would say he's really fuzzy about all about solid the solid issues. So I think he would probably consider himself orthodox, but he's fuzzy about lots of issues. He wrote a book called falling upward that I read a couple of years ago and it was basically a philosophical copy of this kind of second half of life concept and I know a lot of I know a lot of Christian progressives that are my age that are leaders that are thought leaders that find this guy to be like the monk on the mountain. So in some degree, I want to be the exact opposite of a Richard rohr, who's obscure, kind of find your own path kind of wander towards Jesus kind of stuff and maybe you'll find him in the tree or in the bird or in the next phase of his life. That's funny. And what I'm saying is, no, there are specific boundaries, and there are cliffs to fall off. One of the quotes my buddy John Mark McMillan wrote that song, oh, how he loves this. And he says, if grace is an ocean, we're all sinking. And I say in the book, you know, grace may be an ocean, but there's another body that should be familiar with, which is called the Lake of fire. We can sing about oceans of grace, but we must also balance that with lakes of fire because they're both represented in our story. And we can't have just this soft kind Christianity if we don't forget the hard and sharp

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Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Makes His Pitch for Bringing the RNC to Pittsburgh in 2024

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:26 min | Last week

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Makes His Pitch for Bringing the RNC to Pittsburgh in 2024

"Make your pitch for Pittsburgh 2024. Oh, well, yeah, so you pitched me as one of the four. Yeah, one of the four cities being considered for the Republican National Convention. And look, it's incredibly important that we go to a swing state such as Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh in particular, southwestern Pennsylvania. But there's also no better example of the shift you've seen in that party from the Bush Cheney errors to the president Trump era because in Pittsburgh, especially southwestern Pennsylvania, you've had these blue collar workers that have jumped to the Republican Party in droves. All four of the surrounding counties in the southwest corner Pittsburgh have gone from Democrat controlled counties to Republican controlled counties. That's very important. So for their RNC to come to Pittsburgh, what used to be the center of manufacture at least steel manufacturing in the United States? To what is now the shift in that example of the shift in the party from the old school Republicans to the Trump Republicans. It was in a large message to the rest of the nation. And I think it would drive out turnout in Pennsylvania, which is going to be incredibly important, moving forward to win Pennsylvania. So that's my pitch plus, it's just a beautiful, livable city, livable area. Look, I've been all over. I've been all over the world. I've been all over the United States. There's no place that's more beautiful than western Pennsylvania, no place where the people are

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"area" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"area" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Welcome to another episode of El Paso local area business talk. This is shady, and I'm here with Marco Sierra, the CEO and manager of quick mobile notary. How's it going work? I'm doing well. How are you doing today? I'm doing pretty good, man. Thanks for asking. I just want to thank you for coming out here and to talk to us about the services that you offer and let's just get right into it, yeah? Sounds good to me. All right, cool, man. So, you know, I know what notaries do, but you guys are mobile notary business. So can you just kind of explain the difference? Yes, awesome. Actually, we're a unique business here in all passive taxes. So when we mean mobile, we actually mean mobile meaning we come to you. So our notary services, we do everything from notarizing a power of attorney documents, wills, medical power, turning documents, and mortgage documents. We meet individuals on the bridge from Mexico as well to. So if you're in the El Paso area, a Paso county will come to you, give us at least an hour notice and we'll be coming right to you. You don't even have to lift a finger. Okay, great. So I guess one of my questions is if I'm going to hire you guys and you guys are going to come to say my office or my house or something like that to get some documents signed. What do I need to bring with me to the notary signing? Okay. So there's a couple of things that you need to do when we are actually going to be meeting you at your office, your home. First we need to bring one of the following forms of identification. You're going to need your driver's license or state driver's license ID, meaning here in Texas, New Mexico, California, Arizona, something in that nature or your military ID or passport. And in case you forget something, we also do credible witnesses as well too, meaning the individual who is going to be saying you are the actually John Doe Amy Smith will be a credible witness..

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"area" Discussed on Voices of the Community

Voices of the Community

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"area" Discussed on Voices of the Community

"area" Discussed on Down To Folk

Down To Folk

06:00 min | 10 months ago

"area" Discussed on Down To Folk

"Diner next to the titanic. That doesn't make any sense. That is the strangest thing. I've ever heard in my life. There's a fifties diner next to.

"area" Discussed on Down To Folk

Down To Folk

06:53 min | 10 months ago

"area" Discussed on Down To Folk

"And congratulations to you dear listener for surviving five full episodes of this nonsense. This week's episode although different is just chat taking some creative liberties and has nothing at all to do with the missing trans universe. Transponder chatted has always done talk. Radio style segments the following does not constitute proof of alternate universes and as always it may contain adult themes yada yada and you are no longer a contender for parent of the year. Good job sit back. Relax and brace yourself for an adventure with no plot and learned. Incite so harry. Before we get started. I wanna make sure you're ready for what you're about to do out Yeah i've studied. I waited my whole life for this moment. So you've flown into las vegas nevada. And in a moment you're going to be entering area fifty one giving us an eyewitness account of what you see and eat i am. I landed in las vegas. Approximately twenty minutes ago. I am standing outside. What appears to be made building fifty one. Wow twenty minutes always thought. It was like two hours outside of las vegas. That's a Epa common misconception win arrived. I could see the landing beacon that sit to the south end of the landing strip Which i might add is very impressive to see person. I met my driver who bear had appointed today. Landed beginning said good sir. That is where i would like to be. And here i am well ariel and i could not possibly thank you enough for doing this It's there's quite a reputation for the extreme security measures that area fifty one has placed. And we appreciate you doing this And i have said a prayer to the god of my parents choosing that you stay safe there tonight. Thank you for helping to facilitate actually no There's bent my life's work to get to this place. And i know my father would be proud to know that. I am standing quite literally on the threshold of history who we and our listeners are standing by ready to hear about what you see i apologize. We didn't have enough money for camera for you. But i know you are quite the word smith and will describe what you see in vivid detail and and it will seem as if we are on this journey with you if i may. We go inside the made building here. Area fifty one. I would like to tell you that. I have validated one of my pet theories about area fifty one for years. I have always suspected that there was more to fifty one. Then alien you to the right up this going to the dorm skin. There is a medieval castle. Excuse me what able castle. This proves a theory. I've had that. In addition to extra terrestrial beings travel these folks here at area fifty one have been experimenting with time travel and further north. I also see What appears to be the statue of liberty beyond that. I believe it is the eiffel tower in nevada teleportation. We've known the government's been playing with this for years but this proves to shove him that it does in fact not only exist but it is a real and otherwise up. Some made up advocated urban legend fascinating. Now harry what are you seeing there. Are you alone in front of this building. Actually i was about to comment on. That area's a surprising about of foot traffic Out here at this hour. It's approximately Ten pm local time and while it's not crowded there are a lot more people going in and out of this building Then you would expect from a top secret government establishment on a friday night or they military. It's hard to say. I would guess that it is a third shift coming to work. Everyone here seems to be in street. Clothes many have lineup necklaces on summer carrying What i can only describe as Glasses off glassware drinking glass drinking from long dumbbells that are green break during the contents or glass itself From my vantage point maybe both so tell us about the building. Is it like the movies bake warehouse with fifty one painted on the side. No it's I'll kill follow me on. And not think i haven't seen but it appears to be a. It's a pyramid like an egyptian pyramid precisely. But it's it's black I would i would guess obsidian From where i'm standing there is light reflecting from all around it So like Polished obsidian so like glass not not glass. It's black not translucent. At one hundred percent hoping like black polish shiny city is it. I moving toward the door now out here. Okay of I've encountered by i Security measure here. What's going on it The doors says automatic door and it is not a. It's not opening. excuse me all right. A doors says that it is an automatic door did not open when i approached it A woman just walked past we and and pressed the doer open. I assuming there are some kind of a a handprint technology. Obviously i do not have the security clearance that by upgrade to try to open the door reggae. Okay tell us what.

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of nations will start on June the twenty first that week later than originally scheduled the Egyptian deputy sports minister set at the weekend at a number of countries at us for the move part to allow a bit of extra time after the end of Ramadan this year and the confederation of African football hasn't confirmed the dates yet. But there is a countdown clock on their website, which currently reached one hundred and forty four days, seventy hours minutes and seconds, which if you do the mass does take us to June, the twenty first and we're going to talk about the Nations Cup now and in particular a big name from the past because over the weekend. The death was announced of the Congo legend peer and giant Malumba and he passed away in South Africa. Which is why we're going to speak to focus in Africa's Mohammed alley in Cape Town. We'll talk a bit about why he ended up in South Africa, remember moment. Muhammad, but first of all this is a huge name in Nations Cup history. It is indeed Matthew. Yes, he holds the. The record, and it has been helping that record since nineteen seventy four hundred forty five years already for the highest number of goals scored at a single Africa Cup of nations finals tournament the nine that is scored led his country as far as they were known the in the Democratic Republic of Congo now to the second and last title that they want at the Nations Cup and to record. I think that it's probably going to stand for a many many more decades if not longer because the closest anybody has come since then has been Benni McCarthy and Hossam Hassan in nineteen ninety eight when they jointly scored seven goals, and since then the tallies have been around about four or five Dopp scores for the tournament. So that's going to be standing for a very very long time and nine goals is a number that kind of associated with his life as well for less, enjoyable reasons because that was the margin of defeat in the nineteen seventy four World Cup against Yugoslavia when he was sent off and he shouldn't have been shitty. Indeed. Yes. There was some argument around the awarding of a freekick against the Democratic Republic of Congo. And the players that are gathered around the referee when he said they felt a kick up his backside. And when he looked around the first place was the Bloomberg. And immediately red-carded mistake. It was a case of mistaken identity. Very unhappy World Cup experience around for Zaire and had long term consequences for for his life. He went back to congestive. But as I say ended up in in South Africa because essentially he was under threat or felt under threat. Indeed, what happened was in nineteen ninety four at the Nations Cup tournament in Tunisia. He was honored by the confederation of African football on the twentieth anniversary of his record scoring feet with middle and some cash as well. And when he returned home to Kinshasa some soldiers apparently four soldiers asked him at gunpoint to hand over his middle and east cash, and he was shot in the left leg. And with thrown off a bridge lost eleven year old son, and he fled though, South Africa and very interestingly, he was completely unknown. He actually worked as a call God guiding 'cause along some of the areas of Cape Town video very few people knew who he was and the legendary was until a few local Congolese actually contacted agendas friend of mine, and then the story came out, and he was subsequently then on it by fever and the confederation of African football. But he lived a life of anonymity in in the South African townships. Unfortunately mohammed. Thank you so much damage. That's Muhammad Ali. You can read more about that story on the BBC African football website, BBC dot com, stroke African football multiple store. Matthew Kenyon with the sport. Thank you five to the hour. Let's talk about Molly and the Celtic connections. Celtic connections is a major music festival's been going twenty five years in Scotland at basically existed to begin with to celebrate the music of the Celtic cultures of Scotland. Ireland this year bans for Molly or amongst the biggest attractions as Vincent Dowd reports..

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You set reporting from iota she mentioned that she was traveling for that report alongside over the protection of forces from the United Arab Emirates a key player in the Saudi coalition which backs the Yemeni government against Hutu rebels who control most of data. This is Newsday. Time for sport with Matthew Kenyon. Hi lawrence. We're going to talk football in a moment. First. Let's all wrap up the tennis, which is dominated sports news for the last couple of weeks here on you. Stay has networking Australia. You know, by now that Niamey soccer Novak Djokovic claims the women's and men's singles titles at the weekend in Melvin Asakusa. Second grand slam crown in a row and second in total. She will surely be a contender for a long time to come for Novak Djokovic. This is his third grand slam title in a row, and it takes the Serb tra- mighty fifteen in total. And now he's got Roger Federer's male record twenty in his sights. Making history of the sport that I truly love is something special. And of course, it motivates me I do want to compete with such a high level for for the years to come and have a shot that eventually getting closer to Rogers record. So to the football, and we want you to stay sang the Chelsea fans there St.. Teenage star Callum Hudson door yesterday afternoon. Scored a fine goal to help them tuna win over Sheffield Wednesday in the English FA Cup at the end of the transfer window approaching enjoy his asked to leave and by Munich have expressed an interest the assumption is that the challenge for young player getting into a Chelsea first team, which comes out of any bloated scored is simply too great. But assistant coach Jim Franco Zola's has Chelsea have done what they can to persuade him to stay. The club has already shown always believing him and also the management, you know, the believe with him so on that says we shall we one day for Spurs yesterday. They went out of their second club competition in four days with a fourth-round FA Cup defeat by Crystal Palace and go into the hat for the draw for the fifth round later on today. News on that in sport today at nine hundred thirty GM and FRANZ Perry. Sanchez still unbeaten a four one win over the over overran their latest victory, but coach Thomas taco made clear the extent of neymars injury problems when he indicated that the Brazilian may. Well, still be missing when his side's play Manchester United in the European Champions League on February the twelfth you ventures eleven points clear in Syria and Italy after electricity on Rinaldo penalty gave them come from behind to win over last year and a third win in a week for rail Madrid as they beat Espanol four two in Spain rail third in the table, but that's still ten points. Hind Barscelona and five behind Athletico at a big moment. In Sierra Leone on Sunday, the country's football league resumed after an absence of four and a half years. It was suspended originally during the outbreak of a bona back and to fourteen and since then disputes within the country's FAA have prevented it return the country. Of course is currently suspended by fever. The government is backed the league with sponsorship the two biggest teams in the country, east end lions and mighty Blackpool faced each other. On Sunday lions one one nil in front of a large crowd which included the nation's president. And it looks as though the Africa Cup.

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sides are firing both the government side. And who decided that is not Hosie injured come to our only from the area. Do you think this will ever end? What does the world have to do to stop the war? What is your name? My name is Mark. And your name name is unbelievable. Made the. The money this morning ten soldiers who were injured. Died fan. So the ceasefire is not really working. No cease-fire. From my country my country. This is my country. I I won't be for all of the Yemen killing that China and stuff getting the woman. Stop. And this is a place where people feel the war. Families from across service area in this camp for displaced, just tarpaulin tense. This finnick at this camp for the displaced is absolutely packed lines of women sitting on metal benches all of them, of course, completely closed in black and the children children. There is their faces showing. You're sick. This is the clinic mobile in place. What kind of state or the people arriving with what kind of medical problems? Do they have they have a favor. On the malaria and diarrhoea. This because because the challenge and the hot here. There's a ceasefire. Now, they're supposed to be a ceasefire. Do you think people can start going home soon? Cia? We hope that we have that all of Yemeni going back home soon, but the water still near from him. Let's go through the mail. Is there a lot of malnutrition here? Young. Oh, oh. Baby. Cases of comfy. The baby. Retold showing visit your baby. So the doctor says they received ten to fifteen cases of severe malnutrition every day. Okay. I'm gonna old how old is gone. Six six months. Hand is bandaged. Little hands. No. Sound three and a half kilos? She's six months. So what is the problem that they don't have the money to buy food? Is that it because it is the money. They don't have to buy food. Also there isn't enough medicine here for for them. Every hospital every clinic tells you exactly the same story story of a country facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Even with a ceasefire the suffering of civilians just hasn't sought and yet not a single Yemeni. We spoke to leaves this truce will hold and the children, especially the youngest children facing the worst possible start in life. Least.

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Demonstration in Trafalgar Square in London. She was speaking to new stays patients to here. The UN is warning of a possible famine in Yemen due to the ongoing civil war. There's at least some diplomatic activity with an aid conference in London today proposed political meetings between the warring sides and the UN increasing its involvement in monitoring the ceasefire around the crucial port city of data. Meanwhile, however, the violence goes on despite that shaky ceasefire a camp for people displaced by the fighting was shelled over the weekend. As was a food storage facility as well into this very difficult situation traveled our chief international correspondent lease to set. She's been visiting just such a camp for displaced people. In the midst of the volatile situation around her data. Here's a report. We're heading towards data travelling in this armored vehicle with Emirati forces the Emirati sent their Yemeni allies don't trust the rookies, and they don't trust them. There's meant to be a fire now. But is it working our first stop is a hospital just south of the city. Land-mine? Boy here. He's in so much pain. Mine. Mine was yesterday landmine injury shattered into the I was he's wincing in pain. His entry design. You can see now juicy a lot of injuries like this. Yes. So for you this. There's no ceasefire still bear the number of degrees. But still there isn't a. Vote.

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of Saddam out to support the peaceful resistance. We are asking the British government to support the call for peaceful step down of the power. We are asking them as well to freeze the strategic dialogue on to consider that this. Redeem is collapsing because of his poor governance. Bashir has responded to protest in cultural and other places around the country. We've Honda initiating the armed forces on the people, and do you think that ordinary citizens the cancer stained this keeps coming out will ordinary citizens? Keep coming out to protest fifty people sandy lost their life, the resistance and the momentum is very hard. This is the biggest threat the government has stayed so far. We have hope, but we have fear as well. Because of the excessive force that the governor have been acting towards the professor most of you here, you may leave outside of Sudan. But you must have friends and family back on what what kinds of things I've been telling you about what's going on. Because there's very little information coming out of Sudan people have been trying to overcome this by using the end on communicating. There is really. Between different age groups, and between different sectors in the community incident, and people have been helping each other by supporting them, how to make these resistance successful. There is a very positive energy incident on this positive energy is very very high how much farther Carney go because Bashir does not seem to have any plans to go anywhere. Some of them have some of the professionals there is now today the first sitting down in big sort of fields squares. That's the beginning of the esscalation on people are continuing to negotiate an hoping that there will be a pressure on him to step down. Not only him. It's his government and.

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"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 3 years ago

"area" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Africa has seen another bloody attack on Sunday gunman killed ten people in the north of the country. Let's be an Islamist insurgency for years, but the violence has been spreading from the north to other regions just days ago. A Canadian mining executive was kidnapped and killed for the background. I spoke earlier to Joe penny. A US based political analyst specializing in the Sahel region. There's been over two hundred attack since January two thousand sixteen and kina Foucault prior to that. There was none. So it's really a a rapidly deteriorating security situation that has big implications. Not just for Burkina, but also for Molly and these air and for regional counter terrorists operations. This is happened. So quickly who are the armed groups behind this? And why is it happens? So fast, one of the key things that separates. Kina fossil security situation from other countries is that there are very few attacks that are actually claimed. So we sacks. I don't know who is behind the majority of the attacks. But three groups are suspected of being behind most of them, that's answer Islam, that's a local Birkenau bay Jihadist group, and there's Islam state in the greatest Sahara, which operates in Mali and these air, and then there's the Al Qaeda -ffiliated, which is called a more of a tune for the first time foreign investments have been targeted through the kidnapping and assassination last week ever Canadian executive what what do you read of this tactic? A lot of the gold mining in burkina-fasso is in the northern region where the insecurity is at its peak. So that could be an effort to destabilize the country's economy or it could also be proximity to foreign nationals. Just like the fact that basically a European are a Canadian person is close by that gives it. Makes it a bigger target as well. You mentioned three different groups who could be behind this violence did. But do they have a combination? What do they actually want? They want to create sort of an Islamic state, right, but one that is based on their Jihadist principal. So something like we saw in twenty twelve in Mali when groups tied to Al Qaeda occupied the northern three regions of Mali day want to create something similar in Burkina Faso. But it seems like their main aim is to destabilise the state destabilize the security, and what they do is they attack the state so they attacked police. They attacked the army. They attacked gendarmes on. They force people out of school and just generally wreak havoc. And the government was shaken up just ten days ago. President Cabrera fired the army chief on Thursday here place, the ministers of defence and security. Was that the right thing to do the previous government wasn't doing a good job in providing security to its population. But. I'm not sure that this new government will be able to do any better. I the new minister of defense. Sheriff state doesn't actually have any army background doesn't have any defence background. He's a former journalist he was head of the transitional parliament. But definitely lacks the experience within the security sector. The army has a limited budget. The police has a limited budget. They don't really know who the enemy is a lot of the time and the attacks are spreading. I they started in north now they're in the south east and the south west. So this acuity situation is is getting extremely extremely bad. And it doesn't seem like the people that are in place have the experience necessary, but they definitely have the willpower to do. So this is affecting the lives of a lot of people. Now, I'm not figure of a thousand schools being closed just what are the population making a this given that it was it was a peaceful country until very recently. I think we need to backtrack a little bit because in two. Two thousand fourteen for kina Foucault had an nationwide uprising revolution that kicked out the strong man in charge of burkina-fasso, blaze comparative who had been in charge for twenty seven years. So that created a hole in the security sector because his main spy chief is your Berge. Andrea was then put on trial his absence and the absence of the security sector that generated had built up over twenty seven years overnight that team was dissolved. So that left a gaping hole in the security sector and burkina-fasso that the transitional government and the new government has really yet to reproduce and yet to fill in. I speaking with Joe penny a US based political analyst specializing in the hill region. It's twenty minutes to the analysis Alex Lawrence with new state, and we're gonna talk about Sudan there were anti-government rallies and strikes of being continuing demonstrations, of course of being ongoing since December prompted initially. Bind increase in the price of bread. That are calling for the president. To step down more than fifty people. It said have been killed. That's what activists claim although the government say the real figure is lower than that little bit earlier on this program. We spoke to my moon one of the protesters. He says he was shot with live ammunition something which the Sudanese government denies is happening. They fired bullets at the crowd. I was hit by a bullet on my left ankle while I was running along with five other people on the crowd with me were injured personally. Yes, I am going to continue peacefully protesting. Just like my other Sudanese brothers and sisters my safety is not in the equation at the moment because I am focused just like everyone else to make my voice heard because we want freedom. I do not want to live if I can live in freedom though. Sudanese people have been protesting here in London. As well. They were demonstrating in central London's Trafalgar Square, adding their voices to the protests inside the country. Dr Sarah Galil was there. She's been speaking to new stays patients outta here. We are settling in solidarity with the people.

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"Jesus is back on the streets. This time spreading the message to Nehapi addicts the drug can be beaten, but across the country dealers continue to push the cocktail that's destroying South Africa's next generation the trade in Neil, pay BBC Africa, I reporting that was Wilbur Ross. Australia is the world's driest inhabited continent and a worsening drought has forced to switch on its desalination. Plant in Sydney for the very first time the facility is an insurance policy for Australia's biggest and thirstiest city from falling reservoir levels and lack of rain. The BBC's Phil Mercer is in Sydney felt I just tell us a bit more about this plant, and what they hope it will help with. Well, it essentially turns seawater into tap water using a technology called reverse osmosis. This uses very high pressure to take the salt out of the water. That's drawn from the Pacific Ocean. That sea water is forced through very fine membranes that only allow fresh water through. What's left is returned to the ocean? And what heads into Sydney's drinking supplies are added with the Floride and minerals and the plant was built in two thousand and ten but this is the first time. That it's being used properly outside of testing. And this is something which is the government's rather proud of. It is given that much of eastern Australia is in the grip of a very serious drought. Ninety nine percents of New South Wales. This is Australia's most populous state is officially in drought. A third of New South Wales is declared to be an intense drought. So clearly affecting farmers in regional communities that lack of rain is also affecting water supplies hearing, Sydney, reservoir levels have fallen to below sixty percent capacity. That's the reason why the state government is switching on this desalination plants and the New South Wales minister for utilities, Don harming says, the facilites facility will take a few months to become fully operational. Diesel will be commissioned..

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04:16 min | 3 years ago

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"The story of this truce now there are fewer casualties from gunfire explosions and airstrikes at a government field hospital. A doctor tells us the numbers have dropped by half. But the suffering hasn't stopped. In one clinic, a teenager is rushed in his hand blown off by a landmine both sides accused the other of repeated violations, but if this rare truce fails, it could be catastrophic in a country on the cusp of famine Venezuelan opposition leader, why do has called to nationwide. Protests to try to remove President Nicolas Maduro from power in a video posted on Twitter. Mr. Guido said a. Demonstration on Wednesday with demand that the armed forces side with the people rally on Saturday will back a European ultimatum for fresh elections to be called within a week. A holding company set up by the Russian billionaire Oleg dairy Pasqua N, plus has welcomed the lifting of US sanctions on the business. The firm is one of three firms including Roussel that were blacklisted last April by the Trump administration, citing Mr. Derek taxes, close to the Russian state. His kindle some statement, the US treasury said that it had lifted the sanctions because Mr. Derek Pasqua agreed to lower his ownership stake in the company's and because EM pause and Roussel had agreed to stringent reporting requirements. The treasury also noted that sanctions on Mr. Derek Pasqua and his family remained in effect. And plus chairman Lord, Gregory Baker hailed the lifting of the sanctions saying in a statement that it represented a turning point for the company. Well, news from the BBC. A group of Israeli soldiers has arrived in Brazil to join the rescue and recovery effort following the collapse of a dam at an iron ore mine on Friday, the Israeli team includes engineers doctors and members of the navy's underwater missions unit. More than three hundred people are still missing fifty eight people are confirmed dead experts from fourteen countries have appealed for a global treaty to defeat intertwined pandemics of obesity, hunger and climate change reports said powerful vested interests in the food industry. We're helping to perpetuate an unsustainable imbalance. Nearly a billion people were hungry at said under the two billion were eating too much of the wrong food while production and consumption methods were adding to greenhouse gas emissions. An international team of scientists has begun a mission to find the sunken ship of the British Antarctic explorer, sir, Ernest Shackleton his wooden steam yacht. Endurance was crushed by ice and sank in the Weddell sea in nineteen fifteen but Shackleton and his crew escaped. The scientists icebreaker down with tempting to reach the ship's last known position. Black Panther has won the top prize at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles. The film depicting futuristic African society picked up the award for outstanding performance by a cast Chadwick bozeman who played the lead role said the film marked a departure from the traditional challenges faced by black actors in the industry, we all know, what it's like to be told that there is not a place for you to be featured yet, you're young gifted and black. We know what it's like to be told to say there's not a screen for you to be featured on a stage for you to be featured on. We know what it's like to detail the not the head. We know what it's like to be beneath and not above. That is why we went to work with every day from London. That's the latest BBC news. Thank you for the latest news on welcome to Newsday from the BBC World Service would be giving talking about the rival presidents in Venezuela. One has the army behind him. The other one hopes he might the corrupting influence of a heroin based drug in South Africa Africa reports on the meal pay and it's scourge from Australia the desalination plants stands up to help cope with the ongoing drought. All that will be here with the business. I'm Matthew Kenyon with the spothero. Newsday. A prominent human rights lawyer.

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Attache at the US and pledged loyalty to these self-declared opposition, president Africa. I investigates the plague of Neil pay highly addictive heroin based drug now corrupting apparently South Africa's law enforcement, also the world's driest continent. Fires up its desalination plant in response to the continuing drought. We hear from Australia. So the latest on the dam disaster in Brazil, Matthew Kenyon, Moby here with the weekends sport. And looking ahead to the new week. Hello. I'm David Harper. With the BBC news caught in China has sentenced to prominent human rights lawyer to four and a half years in prison for subversion Wang, Chan Jiang, had already spent more than three years in detention after he was caught up in a wave of arrests of Chinese lawyers and activists in two thousand fifteen his sentence. Includes time already served Johnson worth is in Beijing. He's crimes up here to be related to his work to promote and train lawyers in China in how to use Chinese law to challenge the authorities. But really, it seems that he has been targeted because of his own work defending marginalized groups victims of religious persecution, for example. And really his sentencing is designed to send a chilling message to those who would dare to use the communist party's own courts to try to challenge. It's thority. The United Nations has urged all sides in the war in Yemen to do everything possible to protect civilians. Amid renewed warnings by aid groups that further fighting could provoke a famine it comes a month after the Yemeni government and rebels agree to ceasefire for the key port of her data corresponded. Lise dusett sends this report from the answer Kurtz of the city every hospital. Every clinic tells.

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03:53 min | 3 years ago

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"Well, listen, I'm sure listeners are screaming at the radio saying Oscar how she is how how have you been affected so far? It's too early to tell if it's been the success that you want to tell us how you on how it's affected you. Well, I'm doing well so far post operation. I'm cautiously optimistic that so far it's worked. But I think realistically only to give myself probably a good two years before I can be superficial that it's been successful. Because some of the repercussions from the operation may rear its head a bit further down the line, for example. Once I start to use a prosthetic leg. So it it depends on a few variables still. But the the early signs are boding. Well, say I'm remaining cautiously optimistic and my my my hopeful Paralympic sort of ambitions. I'm not a paralympian yet. Just for the record. I distinctly hopeful to hopefully, get to take a twenty twenty. But that was another motivating factor to get it done because if it improves my quality of life. My ability is a spokeswoman should also be improved which can help Michaels. Absolutely. And of course, at the moment, I presume you're in the situation that the pain that you feel now you don't have from the conditional the operation that you. You hoped would deal with the condition. I mean, what a situation to be in. Well, ironically, I I am still in some post operational pain. But what is in a weird way quite encouraging is that it's a different kind of pain. It's a very sort of cute, so post operational type pain and not that horrible chronic COPS type pain that I've been suffering from. And I noticed that change probably about seven seven days will say perhaps ten days after the operation so far that hasn't returned. So even though I've exchanged one type of pain for a different type of pain as I said in a weird way. I'm actually quite glad about that. Because it it it infers that the pain and suffering from now shoot whole things being equal subside over time. Thank you very much for talking to us. What makes strolled thing to hear the the your sort of distinguishing between types of pain almost as a connoisseur, which I'm sure you wish you weren't very very best wishes. I'm sorry. You're. Downplaying tennis skills. I just meant that. You're you're very good at wheelchair tennis. That's all you one just wanted to check. What is it? Yeah. You did very well in the Invictus Games. Didn't you in? He did. Yeah. Congratulations to that. And basically the aim is Paralympic Tokyo. Yeah. If you qualify very very best wishes. I hope you'll come back on and tell us about that as well. One heck of a journey Cornelia many many thanks indeed for coming on and talking to us. They all you now know about complex regional pain syndrome, and what it costs people to try to get over it many many. Thanks, indeed, Cornelia, Wisconsin. South African jazz musician is recovering. Well, after the removal of a recurring brain tumor, more, sir. Manzini played his guitar while undergoing surgery to remove the benign tumor in December the awake craniotomy procedure helped neuro-surgeons preserve the guitarist's Niro pathways in the brain now. Correspondent non-serb Maseko caught up with more sir at his home in Richards Bay. Mosa Manzini picks out a series of notes on his electric guitar and eases into playing the sub African National anthem. It's barely a month.

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05:35 min | 3 years ago

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"It either. Hello. Welcome to Newsday with Alex and Lawrence in the next half hour, the disputed elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo. What happens next the South African jazz musician battling a deadly tumor? Why someone in chronic pain would want to solve it by voluntarily amputating, a limb and extraordinary story on the way. Zimbabwe. Now, whether your forties are promising more tough action against protesters following a week of strikes demonstrations, and sadly bloodshed and arrests as well spokesman for president Emmerson Mnangagwa is blamed the political opposition for the violence said the government's crackdown would continue human rights groups say at least a dozen people have been killed by the security forces hundreds more beaten, tortured or detained in a crackdown that has provoked international condemnation, let's speak now to a resident in Harare who only wants to be known as Tucker for obvious reasons. Welcome to the program. Thank you for talking to us. Can you just give us an update on what the situation there is like as far as you can see? Oh to be actually calm. But people just get the best dogs in just going. But they do feel come big in. Army patrols. Early this morning, but the fifth seems to be a street between the army was defaced group came in the you can go to everything is playing in the group just move. Where are you going? Go big your. Who? Fusion for we don't know what's happening and. Sorry. What is the situation as far as information is concerned, you say that you'll getting conflicting information from the security services as far as news as far as what is happening in Buluwayo or what is happening. Elsewhere in Harare. What sort of information? Do you get? Social media tweaks. Not as strong as they were before they if you'd say something like. Picture. Not applaud do. Oh. The only people. And overnight networks so only if you'll people have access to that was. From right. And I. Right. Not much information conflicting information in the security services. Also as far as as far as the ordinary things like sort of, you know, we know that this beat an increasing fuel prices are the buses running is still food in the shops. Yes. The buses because deployed buses that the people in those lines. Splash rates. We have spending. Using. But she's the only the only if you commuter on me, but she's looking at on the in much extensive endeavor. Gene, exhibiting phrases like three do to go to total. Is very expensive. And what is happening, for example to the price? And also the supply of food in Harare. The law much food the food, which is Dave. Expensive. Incoming because. All fuel taking food into an adult, especially vegetables and fish produce. So the the remaining we'd be as. Expensive. And also, they issues the Lord if the country taking it issues. Oh for liquid-fuel so fading for another cleaner. Write and briefly the demonstrations, do you think that they will continue their is being quite as severe crackdown by the security forces. Do you think people will take to the streets? Still or have we seen the end of the public demonstrations? As much ado, distaste goes, the Ingraham, nothing has changed. Listen. Yeah. Yeah. I affecting. I want to thank you very much. Indeed for coming on and talking to us that was Tucker as you heard out on the street in Harare with one of the rare buses going past in the background many. Thanks for talking to us. African nations have begun recognizing.

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04:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Coming up to twenty five minutes past the hour for months. A proposed deal to end decades of rivalry between Greece and Macedonia has cheated on the brink of failure, the former Yugoslav Republic to the north of Greece claims the name to the fury of Greek nationalists who say that that implies a claim on the northern Greek province of Macedonia. The leaders on both sides of the borders of trying to reach a compromise. And they'd been accused for the efforts of betrayal. They faced street protests, even death threats Greece's, prime minister only just survived. A no confidence vote on the issue. Another is one final hurdle vote increases parliament, if it's passed Macedonia will change its name to the Republic of north Bassett and Greece in turn would drop its longstanding opposition and allow its tiny northern neighbour to join NATO and the European Union or at least start the process. Linda, LeBron polo is a journalist in Greece. Linda, I mentioned a vote. What are the chances of that final vote in Greece's parliament actually getting through? At the moment. It's not quite clear in the beginning was expected to be ratified despite having a very large the opposition does not support the vote none of the opposition parties. Do we've had some MP's changed sides. We've had a lot of horse trading from what we can see at the moment we have about one hundred fifty in support in about one hundred and fifty again. Oh, wow. That's very tight. Right. Okay. Now, the the prime minister, Alexis tsipras, only just survived a no confidence vote, and there isn't election coming up fairly soon is this is this election earring is part of the election campaign. Well, you can't say that because a CPA has has has been the person behind this name. He's been in a way the poster boy campaigning for this to happen. It's been an issue that's been ongoing for decades. Why is he done that? Sorry. Explain I mean, is it something that would be sort of a feather in his cap. Bit of a win. It's more because Alexis tsipras has taken over in Greece at a time of the financial crisis. He has tried to say that he is the one managed to get Greece out of the crisis has. Been successful in that. But the truth is that most people do not seem to think that this is the case. So what he's hoping to do is by proving himself, not just to the Greek public. But also to other international leaders that he someone with the potential to remain in politics. He's only forty four years old. He's trying basically to create his own legacy. Right. So he wants to come over is a bit of a statesman. I mean, I'm interested. I mentioned that this quite a lot resting on this with the possibility of light beginning to start the process of joining NATO and the European Union for the Republic of north Macedonia in the sense of and burnishing tip presses credentials as a statesmen. What's in it for Greece to settle this? Greece. Greece's biggest investor in what we still the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, all Macedonia. It is it would improve immediate relations between the two countries. And obviously stability in. The Balkans is something that people want was worried about is not necessarily was is happening. Now, those opposing be. They're worried that eventually there may be territorial claims there might be minority issues arising, as you know, the Balkans is a region that has had a lot of wars and a lot of exchanges of populations. So they're worried that this might create a precedent that in the long run may not work out wealth agrees. Right and everything depends on Greece passing it. I mean, we should just as sort of explain a little bit in the background north Macedonia. If we're going to call it that has already agreed. They're part of the deal. Yes, they have they have agreed to their parts of the deal. And for them the significance is obviously the ability to join NATO accession talks with the EU very different position. And this stability is something that obviously Greece welcomes as well. Greece is a member of both NATO and the EU and from a larger perspective, a more geopolitical perspective, obviously, this would also open a number of other questions. Linda manufacture dean, Linda, LeBron distribution of the BBC World Service in the United States is made possible by American public media producer and distributor of award winning.

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"Israel has struck at alleged Iranian targets inside Syria. Overnight. It comes after Israel said eight intercepted a rocket coming from Syria. An Israeli military statement in the early hours of Monday said the operation was against the elite coulds force of the Iranian revolution. Regards. It warned Syria not to strike strike back to find out more with joined by Renan, Bergman national security, senior correspondent for Yedioth Ahronoth Israel's largest circulation daily and author of the book rise and kill. I moss had history. Yeah. Thank you for joining us on news day. Do you have any more details? First of all. Well, this is part of the ongoing compaign Israelis running against Iranian Bala targets in Syria. A campaign that was put to some sort of a stalled following the down of the of the Russian plane by Syrian anti aircraft missiles sometime ago that was aimed at Israeli targets. In just just today a few days ago, Israel stroke again Iranian targets. This was replied by Syrian surface-to-surface, long range ballistic missile was launched on the Golan Heights were thousands of Israelis where skiing at the time that missile did not here because it was intercepted by Rayleigh missiles. But I think that what happened today or during the night was when Israel was trying to signal to Syria. It will not there to have further we tell so it's balmy. It's one of the striking for the idea to issue a statement about the attacks. And so soon afterwards and low with that statement, they've even included a hyperlink which goes through to a video of the missiles striking and this is unusual. Isn't it? Have we? Are you still with us? Yedioth? I think I think we have lost Yedioth we will try and go back to that story later in the program Lawrence. Well, no one thing actually, even you mentioned that the idea had issued this statement at the bottom of the statement. And you heard Ron they're talking about skiing says for the time being the Mount Hermon ski site will not be open for visitors today on Monday. That's part of the statement as you say, quite a remarkable statement. We'll see if we can get run back and talk a little bit more about that thirty minutes past the hour. Here's Matthew with the sport morning Lawrence. And it's not a busy day on the sports desk. This year Super Bowl, I can tell you about first of all we'll be between the New England Patriots. And the Los Angeles Rams after both won their conference championship games later on Sunday. The patriots beat the Kansas City. Chiefs thirty seven thirty one in overtime. The Rams needed a controversial call to go in their favor late in regulation time of their twenty six twenty three overtime win over the new. Orleans saints. Elsewhere record-breaking day for Paris, Saint Germain who scored nine unanswered goals against Congo in the French league on Sunday, including hat tricks from NBA an Cavani that'll teach can go on to beat PS in the Cup, which is what they did ten days ago. We're getting to the business end of the Australian Open tennis now fourth-round action today with today's biggest match features the great Serena Williams up against the world number-one Simona Hallett. That's coming up. A couple of hours or ready today, though, we've had the US open champion Naomi Asaka through to the quarterfinals in the women's straw. Currently. In a brisk of has just put out Garbin your muga Ruth in the menstrual sixteenth. Seed me Las round had a fine win over the four seed Alexander's verify many, thank Beth Buchanan. More in twenty minutes time. It's a quarter past the hour now to the US where it stay thirty one. What has become the longest of federal government shutdown in history, not all federal employees. We should say affected to the military isn't affected social. Security still gets paid and delivered. But there are more than eight hundred thousand people not getting a salary about half of whom are expected to work without pay the FBI homeland security customs and so on an attempt over the weekend to reach a compromise failed. So it goes on let's hear replace deeply affected by the shutdown Kodiak in Alaska home to a major coastguard base, which patrols the Bering Sea between Alaska and Russia coastguard aren't getting paid which owned by the mayor, Pat Branson, very, warm, welcome. How many people are affected in Kodiak by the shutdown? Then we have about a quarter of our island population affected by the shutdown. Whether they're coast, guard members or federal employees or contractors who work on the base. So it's a it's a major effect on our island in the middle of the Gulf of Alaska, we have the largest coastguard based in the country here. All right. So that's why. So basically a large chunk of salaries just aren't. Being paid to how people getting by. How are they getting by? Did you say, yes? Well, we have a lot of help here from different charities different people are donating because this has certainly a trickle down effect on our community with restaurants breweries coffee shops, people are not spending money because they don't know when they're going to get paid again. We've had I've heard one person yesterday worried that the shutdown Mike go until December what will people do? So in the middle of the Gulf of Alaska, the second largest island in the country. We tend to take care of our own people and do the best that we can't guess what we're doing give me an idea. I know that that some people are expected to for example, the border security quite a lot of them are expected to work without pay. What's the situation with the coastguard because quite a lot of what they do. I mean, imagine they're a big seas in the Bering strait people are going to need a coast guard. So are they working without pay? They are working without pay. And we salute them for that. We could not have. Our fisheries be safe and searching rescues go on without the coastguard. So they are continuing to work as are people who are firefighters on the base and other employees as well. I mean that's pretty dangerous stuff search and rescue in the Bering Sea in this season is pretty hairy and scary. And so yeah, I mean you take their hats off to them. But why do they do do? They have a choice. Do they have to work or could they sort of withdrawal? Withdraw their labor. I don't think that there. They can withdraw their label. They've signed an oath when they signed up to be on the coast guard, they're dedicated, and that's what they do. And despite not being paid. They're still doing the big stuff like evacuating people medical emergencies that kind of thing other. They are indeed they are. And we're very grateful for that with no money with such a large chunk missing. What can you you said to charity and Sonal what are you doing the people at work whip around and try to pay for those that don't? That is going on. We have a local diner who is the owners losing about five hundred dollars a day with people not coming in. And she has a donation jar there for the coast guard the chief petty officers association is accepting donations. We had a grocery store from the mainland near Anchorage ship food over our food Bank is busy people take care of themselves here. And we're doing the best that we can to help our neighbor and to make sure that they're ok well good to hear listen, Pat. Many thanks indeed Branson, the the mayor of Kodiak in Alaska. I looked it up on the map, and it looked like quad a small island. But actually, she proudly says it's the largest liners in the US or the second largest island in the US with this relatively very large coastguard base, and they're working without being paid. Let's go back to that story of the Israeli air strikes on suspected Iranian targets. In Syria overnight, we've managed to get Ronen Bergman national security senior correspondent for yeti off runoff newspaper. Israel's largest circulation daily this time on the telephone Ronin is also the author of Reisen kill I a history of Mossad. Thanks for coming back to us. We were talking about that statement released by the Israeli military confirming that it carried out those strikes and even releasing a video of the strikes and to do that. So soon after one of these attacks is quite unusual. Isn't it? Israel for a long time. Heck, many thousands of now declared by the chief of staff thousands of targeting renew targets in Syria without taking responsibility and military senatorship enforcing a policy opaqueness of that. But just recently following some statement from the former chief of staff and the prime minister teams Israelis changing its policy and saying very clearly Israeli military and air force all striking Iranian targets in Syria. So why the change your strategy? Well, I think that Israel is trying to make a point. It's wind Syria is striking back. It's not just trying to take down airplanes. But also sense that missile. It didn't hit but was sent to send a message to Israel, stop attacking on our territory. In Israel in reaction is trying to make your point. We will continue. Strike reunion targeting Syria as long as you Syria regime, allow Iranian to continue their military buildup in this country. Who does Israel consider to be the threat here is it the Syrian government or or is it Iran? Trying to continue with the same rules as stated by the area or by yourself during the last five years, which is basically that as long as Iranian continue to be based in Syria and seems to be by Israel position to be threat to its no border will continue to strike these targets in Syria notes in Russia also has forces in Europe would not intervene. I I believe that Syria would never dream missile today for more mountain when thousands of Israelis were skiing. If it wasn't for Russia to give not to do that. So the biggest game he's not just between Israel, Syria, and Iran, but between Israel and Russia Russia has been trying to do the dishes really freedom of of flying over Ciaran attacking Iranian targets in Syria and Israelis reacting very dangerous game because no one could know nobody wants to war in Syria. But nobody knows how this can deteriorate into a fulltime exchange of flows between the the Syrian Iranian Israel forces. We don't without Russian involvement for the time being. Both sides in the Israel Russia had maintain sort of coordination tactical level to prevent this from happening preempted by next question. Because th there's gonna to be a reaction to the reaction, isn't there? Israel is going to see e that Russia or Syria or a rod someone's going to strike back on. Well, the last five here has told us that this is given. Because of the Israeli supremacy in the area, and because many of the other parties where so much engaged in the civil war in Syria. They were not very to challenge is really to all out war. That said it's not given the this is going to be happening in in the future. Another thing we have to be considering of course, the coming elections in Israel, and there will be people who would say that the change of policy from these rainy side, he's another Tampa prime minister to demonstrate to the local constituency the team, very strong, and he's not going to give up and he's no good to the Iranians doing this, very vocally this time, not just in exile battle. Making very good for the Iranians. The P will never allow them to set in Syria stations. So is there a real threat, or are you saying that actually these strikes are electioneering to put it? Bluntly crudely. Well, I I think that if they even if they are we can. True. Look at the light. Still there could be very dangerous. I am saying that it's not necessarily that the serious would react now again, but they needed a size with the war. But if for example yesterday that would have hit an Israeli anti missile missiles would not intercept that these babies were killed. That's what I would say lead to war. And this is why everybody up playing a very very dangerous game. These, you know, look profile exchange of blows Ronin. We appreciate it. Ronen? Bergman national security senior correspondent for yeti off Aronov..

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