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Fresh update on "armenia" discussed on John Batchelor

John Batchelor

01:19 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "armenia" discussed on John Batchelor

"Holding. Armenia and Azerbaijan have Russian peacekeepers and the brokering of the peace between Russia and Turkey in the South Caucasus. Critical part of the world not only because in the 21st century, there will be great growth and prosperity all the way from the Mediterranean to the to the Pacific, but also because The energy of the Caspian Sea basin is vital to provide security, energy security for the people of Europe. This is the only source of energy that does not need Russia or Russian in Russian permission to reach France and Italy and Germany and The other parts of Europe. The allies of the United States. Welcome Dr Brenda Shaffer of the Foundation for the Perfect for the Defense of Democracies, and We both welcome. Are are long time of correspondent, The ambassador from Azerbaijan to the United States, Elin Suleymanov, to reflect upon his memories of Nagorno Cara back when he was there is a child, Brenda, begin with you. The news is that the fighting has ceased. The peacekeepers are in place. The ceasefire is held despite the fact that the first cease fires we lasted maybe 25 minutes or 25 hours. This is held some days. Yeah, that the capital of Armenia is accusing Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, various misconduct during the conflict, But to your measure right now, is this a solid He's keeping moment are are the terms between Russia and Turkey and Azerbaijan and Armenia in place and firm? Good evening to you, Brenda. Good evening, John. You know, first thing in your introduction, you talked about that the regional powers that are implementing the agreement, and you mentioned Turkey and Russia and what's so interesting that even though Iran's borders also Azerbaijan and Armenia, it's really missing and really, you know, and missing on purpose in terms of Russia and Turkey. From the regional arrangements, and we thought even this week that the foreign minister of Iran, the reef had announced that he's going to Russia and to Azerbaijan for a visit, and he was really snapped by that. By the Russians, and it's a really interesting the development. Um, of course you know that there. This is a dynamic, uh, situation and, um, there will be probably a lot of challenges. I think one kind of disturbing aspect of the, um even even of the Western involvement is such A sort of misguided interest in the status of churches in the region. Which which, actually, um you know any of you visited Azerbaijan multiple times. You know that. How how Many churches are churches, synagogues? Other places of worship are not only protected, but they're, um, well maintained, renovated and you know, really celebrate it. And it really is just that, you know, propaganda line and really not something based on In reality. I go to the ambassador, because what does not go no car back mean it means a lot to you, Mr Ambassador, Because I remember speaking to you about this. You published a memoir. Of your life in a gardener car back with your father. You called it my father's mountains. What city in particular, Mr Ambassador. Good evening to you. Thank you, John. It's good to be with you. It's good to be with Dr Schafer as well. Yes, Today is a very important day. For us. It's a beautiful day because in addition Two other agents being liberated today. Cal Badger my father, largest region of the vagina. She was just Uh, return to Azerbaijani control. It was in the united with the country and Cambridge is unique. It's very mountainous it zip. It would remind you of Gal Canyon. Once I wrote about being the Grand Canyon was about Jim. Onboard. It is the mountain just just stunned. You know, the natural springs and olders and they it is united. So this as my father smelters because my father With the geologist. So he explode that Religion stone by Stone, and I spent so many Summers with him in the mountains when we will searching for metals on by the way that it has gold deposit. Which, unfortunately, over the last 30 years was routed and on stolen by the evening inside. It's a part of the occupation. But that's one of those that some of the smiles we actually and deposits were discovered by my father. Who was it Georges. I spend a lot of time there as a kid. It's a beautiful It's pretty wild region. I mean, it was not then that well developed in terms of infrastructure, but that It remains so very pristine that time on. If you go to kill badger, you could see the beauty of the Caucasus Mountains. Perhaps Aziz. Good If you could see anywhere, Calvin Char K l b A. J. R Cal, the charts a regional Nagorno car back. What is the status of people traveling to Nagano? Cara back. I'm talking about the people who lived there and were driven out during the fighting. Mr Ambassador, are they permitted to go back yet? Of course, uh, the the town of Hank Andy. Uh, many people are determined. In fact, there was something internal systems going there and the other by Johnny Minister. Emergence is actually offered a convoy. So by now, this is Firas remoteness holding on the agreement Ignorance system implemented. So now you know, we have no intention and I want to emphasize it. They were getting said, has been invitation to commit any ethnic cleansing and tow flashed. There is out there where their vaginas world we don't destroy we would build. I mean, I'll give him example. If you look at any photos of the videos of our family, you, which was just recovered off, usually order burial or any of them. You could see how much destruction is that there's no stone left or stock. Everything is the stood in over the water 30 years. Nothing was built nothing other than a military facilities. Already in a date, and the weeks of the Virgin has recovered its territories. You could see the power wise, they the laws are being built on very importantly. In living salvager. The media circles cut the trees down. He's on Yuan and usually the artist, which we recovered. One of the first things our soldiers have done is planting. Please. We want this area's to be prosperous. We want to live together with the Armenian population. In fact, President Ali was very out. Spoken on this. He also said, it's not just any population which animation are gonna talk about what also I mean itself because we're talking about opening communication wise economic development on building integrate region something, John, We have spoken to you with you for a walk time you you was Discuss it. Why would why would this not happen? And now it's happening now. The focus is That I mean you and its support to see especially the Armenian community. Quit this, You know, medieval civilisational work between Muslims and Christians quit this hatred cycle hated Take. We hate this people. We hate those people. This is not about this is time to realize what the realities and focus on the future..

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Armenians torch their homes on land ceded to Azerbaijan

WGN Programming

00:17 sec | Last week

Armenians torch their homes on land ceded to Azerbaijan

"Forced to leave their homes set them on fire rather than simply hand them over. This ceasefire agreement allows our savage Indians to hold onto any areas captured in the last six weeks of conflicts. Armenia will also withdraw from nearby areas in the coming weeks to the UK,

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Thousands call for Armenia PM to resign over truce agreement

John McCulloch

00:33 sec | Last week

Thousands call for Armenia PM to resign over truce agreement

"Garden all kind of arc. Thousands of people have gathered in the capital of Armenia to protest the country's agreement with Azerbaijan Toehold Weeks of fighting over Begona Cara back The deal calls for the deployment of nearly 2000. Russian peacekeepers found territorial concessions at the rally. Some of the protestors clashed with police and schools were detained the truce between the two ex Soviet nations brokered by Moscow and announced early Tuesday. Come after significant advances by Azerbaijani forces. I'm

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Thousands in Armenia protest Nagorno-Karabakh truce terms

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Thousands in Armenia protest Nagorno-Karabakh truce terms

"Tensions build following the deal to hold the fighting in Nagorno Karabakh thousands of people have gathered in the capital of Armenia to protest the country's agreement with Azerbaijan to hold weeks of fighting over the gun in the car back the deal calls for the deployment of nearly two thousand Russian peacekeepers found territorial concessions at the rally some of the protesters clash with police and schools were detained the truce between the two ex Soviet nations brokered by Moscow and announced early Tuesday come off to significant advances by Azerbaijani forces I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

The Troubleshooter

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

"Through several cease fires, including one brokered by the United States, now appears to be over with Russian troops Moving in ABC is Patrick or Evil has the story. The war over Nagorno Cara back appears to have ended in defeat for Armenia, which agreed piece on Azerbaijan's terms in a deal brokered by Russia. Russian peacekeepers are already moving into Nagano, Cara back to enforce the deal, which will see Armenia except the loss of parts of the inn cliff. Violent protests have erupted in Armenia's capital. Denouncing the deal is a surrender. I mean his leaders. They have said there was no choice in the face of major Azerbaijani advances. Pressure, Regal ABC

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Russia says Russian military helicopter shot down in Armenia, 2 killed

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia says Russian military helicopter shot down in Armenia, 2 killed

"All right. We have an update on a story we told you earlier about Russia says one of their 24 military helicopters has been shot down in Armenia will now Azerbaijan is taking responsibility for the shoot down of that chopper. They say it was accidental. And are expressing apologies to Moscow ready to pay compensation, according to a statement. This happened near the border with a region belonging to Azerbaijan again. Two crew members Killed and another injured.

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 Nagorno-Karabakh separatist govt confirms loss of key city

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nagorno-Karabakh separatist govt confirms loss of key city

"Thousands of ethnic Armenians fleeing Nagorno Karabakh as as a buy genuine full sees continue their advance a long line of traffic this leaves from the outskirts of Stepan with people trying to flee the conflicts one resident says thousands of left their homes trying to escape she's left everything behind and does not know what the future holds Armenian emergency services vulcanized ambulances for the engine to be transported into safe zones on Sunday as about Zhan's president said his forces had taken control of the strategically king city of sushi in Nagorno Karabakh with fighting with Armenia has raged for more than a month I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Why violence has re-emerged in Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why violence has re-emerged in Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

"Of Azerbaijan, Il Ham, L. E. F has told the BBC that he does not see much prospect for peace with Armenia under its current leadership, But Mr Ali F said his forces would stop fighting immediately if Armenia withdrew from occupied territories surrounding the disputed n cave off. Not gonna carry back Although Gerren reports Azerbaijan's longtime leader, President Ilha Moliere was sounding confident, he told us the opportunities for compromise are shrinking because back who is reclaiming territories by force. President Ali have said he didn't think there was any possibility for peace with the current Armenian prime minister, Nicole Passion, Yann He insisted that Armenian civilians would be able to remain in Nagorno. Cara Bach on said any fears off ethnic cleansing were groundless. Well

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Armenia, Azerbaijan trade accusations again after new attacks

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan trade accusations again after new attacks

"Family F has told the BBC that he does not see much prospect for peace with Armenia under its current leadership, But he said his forces would stop fighting immediately if Armenia withdrew from occupied territories surrounding the disputed enclave of Nagorno Cara back all ago in reports Azerbaijan's longtime leader, President Ilha Moliere was sounding confident he told us the opportunities for compromise are shrinking because back who is reclaiming territories by force? President Ali of said he didn't think there was any possibility for peace with the current Armenian prime minister. Nicole Passion, Yann He insisted that Armenian civilians would be able to remain in Nagorno. Cara Bach on said any fears off ethnic cleansing were groundless. A state of

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Azerbaijani leader: Forces seize key Nagorno-Karabakh city

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

Azerbaijani leader: Forces seize key Nagorno-Karabakh city

"Armenia is denying that Azerbaijan has captured a key town in the disputed Nagorno Karabakh region and a televised address today, Azerbaijan's president announced the country's military had taken the city of culture. Sparking celebration on the streets of the capital. The city is culturally and strategically significant, but Armenia's Defense Ministry says heavy fighting is

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Beverly Hills police investigating suspected hate crime, Los Angeles

KNX Evening News

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Beverly Hills police investigating suspected hate crime, Los Angeles

"Beverly Hills police looking for as many as nine men and women who physically attacked employees at a Turkish restaurant called Cafe Istanbul. The suspects made pro Armenian statements, which police say makes the incident of hate crimes that happened around 8 30 Wednesday night at a restaurant on South Beverly Drive near Gregory Way. Police can't say whether all of the suspects were men on ly that 6 to 9 individuals and To the restaurant and made pro Armenia statements before going after employees. Physical attack ensued inside the restaurant as well as it bled on to the alleyway, which is right adjacent to the restaurant. The victims did sustained minor injuries and we're deny they denied treatment after Lieutenant Max Subin with Beverly Hills, P D says the suspects also destroyed property inside the restaurant over turning tables and chairs. The suspects are said to be between the ages of 20 and 30. Detectives are going over served Silent video with the goal of identifying them. Beverly Hills Mayor Lester Friedman said in a statement that there is no place in the city for this behavior and asked members of the public to come forward with any information about the suspect.

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"armenia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"armenia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Team's continuing to search through concrete blocks and debris of eight collapsed buildings in search of survivors. After Friday's earthquake in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city, onlookers cheered as rescuers pulled two women from a collapsed building 17 hours after the quake. Tremors were also felt as far away as Istanbul and Athens. A 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of Samos. Around three PM local time. At least two dozen people were killed nearly 800 people injured. There are also reports of multiple buildings collapsing and significant flooding as well. Meantime, Turkish officials continue to urge people to stay off the streets unless absolutely necessary after earlier reports of severe traffic congestion. Following that major earthquake. Armenia's leader, urging Russia to consider providing security assistance to end more than a month of fighting over Nagorno Karabakh. AP Sarah Bassett. The request came after more than a month of fighting in which Azerbaijani troops forged into the separatist territory. Russia has a military base in Armenia and has signed a pact obliging to protect its ally. But the request puts Russia in a precarious position. Joining the fighting may risk an open conflict with Turkey were refusing to offer protection to Armenia's ally would dent Moscow's prestige. No gonna Cara back lies within Azerbaijan. It has been controlled by ethnic Armenian forces since the war ended there in 1994, I'm Sarah Basses. Countdown.

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Armenia asks Moscow for help amid Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

Armenia asks Moscow for help amid Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

"Armenia has urged Russia to consider providing assistance to end the fighting over the Nagorno Karabakh the request came after more than a month of fighting in which as a by Johnny troops forged into the separatist territory Russia has a military base in Armenia and has signed a pact obliging to protect its ally but the request puts Russia in a precarious position joining the fighting may risk an open conflict with Turkey were refusing to offer protection to Armenia's ally would tend to Moscow's prestige Nagorno Karabakh lies within Azerbaijan that has been controlled by ethnic Armenian forces since the war ended that in nineteen ninety four I'm Sarah basses

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Azerbaijan, Armenia trade blame for new truce violation

Pod Save the World

03:48 min | Last month

Azerbaijan, Armenia trade blame for new truce violation

"Talk about the fighting in. Armenia. Azerbaijan to start we've talked about this a couple times the conflict itself started on September twenty seventh over a disputed territory but not everyone can do on Nagorno Karabakh transition like that six years. The NFC. Of talking about this fighting before it's scary for lots of reasons, you know obviously any violence is awful. It's especially when it's harming civilians, but it has the potential to draw in both Turkey and Russia into a broader proxy war. I think that's the bigger concern on Sunday president trump announced his team had brokered a ceasefire between Armenia Azerbaijan, which would obviously be very good thing. But unfortunately, within minutes of that ceasefire coming into effect, both sides accused the other of violating so. It seems unlikely to hold. This wouldn't be the first fire that didn't hold Putin brokered one that was immediately violated the situation on the ground is not good as seen estimates of up to five thousand people who have been killed in the fighting Armenia has accused Azerbaijan of executing prisoners and committing war-crimes. As John is reportedly used cluster munitions which are bombs. They basically released lots of little bombs that can post threats to civilians for years if they don't go off. Bennett impressed at how the Armenian community in the US has organized to raise awareness about the conflict. There have been a bunch of rallies here in La. I'm seeing you know planes dragging signs there's banners everywhere apparently president trump spoke to a group of Armenian Americans in New Hampshire for the weekend and said, ending the fighting would be quote an easy one. So that's good to know So you know the Obama Administration negotiated many ceasefires in places like Syria that didn't always hold. What do you think of this latest effort? Does it tell us anything about whether the US is sufficiently engaged in trying to solve the problem? Well, look I I on the one hand. I'm sympathetic intractable problem. It's been around for decades but were we got from the election so I'm gonNA focus on. Brown here which is. What was wrong was trump going out and spiking the football. You know I mean essentially declaring victory tweeting like as if the United States had just ended this conflict when this is very tenuous I think. You know the fact that collapsed is not a huge surprise to Russian brokered ceasefire had previously collapsed I. Think what needs to happen differently is this needs the broadest possible international engagement. You're just the US just Russia just Europeans not enough like. If we add administration I think a very broad multilateral process that brings in Russia, the European Union, the United States. These countries by the way that are selling arms to both parties to just say like you guys got to pull back from the brink here and deal with this and frankly as revised on has been more the aggressor in this case, and they basically said as much. They said, you know we're tired of waiting for diplomacy to deliver what we think is Arslan back to us, and so we're just going to start killing people including civilians and releasing. Like video footage of drone attacks on Armenians. Really really awful stuff. So I think it's just gonNa take a really muscular sustained multilateral effort with the US involved with other countries to save. We got cut out this fighting and then really start a process of negotiation around these disputed territory. So it's not just a ceasefire everybody kind of goes home, but like drive the momentum from the ceasefire talks into actually addressing these underlying territorial questions, which are there's no, there's no layup answer to that. There's no easy answer. Both sides claim it. You have to figure something out though it's a mix of territory in autonomy for the people who live there for the two warring parties.

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Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling

John Batchelor

05:01 min | Last month

Nagorno-Karabakh truce frays amid reports of new shelling

"Alliance to mano, and we're joined by Professor Brenda Shaffer of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. I begin with the news. This is Reuters. Within these last hours, Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other on Sunday within last hours. Violating a new humanitarian ceasefire and fighting over the mountain enclave of Nagorno car. Bach after was agreed The truce agreed on Saturday came into force at midnight after a week old Russian brokered ceasefire failed to halt the worst fighting at 10. 10 GMT, The Azeri Defense Ministry said the aft Agdam region adjacent to growing a car back was under Armenian shelling. It said overnight army and military units open fire from large caliber weapons along the border, which Armenia denied. Armenia said the Azeri army had fired twice during the night and used artillery and accused Baku. Rejecting its request to withdraw the wounded soldiers from the battlefield. Mr Ambassador, I come to you with first the poor news of the breakdown in the cease fire. And then the positive news from Washington that the foreign minister of Armenia will meet with your foreign minister of Azerbaijan, and Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state on Friday. Does that look to be a moment when a more lasting ceasefire could take hold since the Russians failed? Can Washington succeed? Good evening to you? Good evening, John. Always good talking to you. And once again thank you for keeping this, Uh public and listeners updated on the development of the region. Unfortunately, issue actually pointed out the ceasefire has broken down again. That's the second time that the minions violate the cease fire. We don't fully understand why they Sign this file. Just violated very shortly afterwards. What elevation is that once they don't really want to seize fire? They didn't don't wantto engage in the Meaningful conversation on substantive talks. All they want is to prolong the occupation of the virgin lands on DH by why didn't cease fire created conditions with third parties to participate to direct, uh, posters, other parties, including courses of action in this case in tow, direct confrontation into direct conflict. That's that's a danger. Think. So this continues to because ceasefire is a good thing off course nobody wants people to die. Nobody wants to shooting to continue. But at the same time. The most important thing, of course, is no justice filed by the medical conversation and substantive talks based on international war, and that's what I hope is that meetings in Washington will produce something like that, of course. Every effort for peace is appreciated. Andi if the United States as a culture of the men's group wants to take a proactive approach to that, that's a very positive development. We don't know exactly what what exactly you expect from the conversation. But Um, a little over to the visit to Washington. Mr Ambassador. I believe in these last days, I've seen video of more missile attacks against ganja is that is that correct? These are in addition to the ones we talked about last week. It's holding. It's just horrible. Uh, easy losing on the battlefield. I mean, is exactly what every dictatorship which is militant and the hunter is doing when they was in the better. They attacked someone else's civilians so Friday, just hours off deciding the ceasefire agreement Ah, I mean, you're fired. Ballistic scarred me so into the sedation neighborhood in gadget, this tongue everything. Now they're trying to say this is occasions versus Muslims they hit in, added 500 M from the major. Go to the kitchen, Cassio and 300 M from the major mosque. This is a type of behavior over uncivilized. Nation. I mean, it's like Saddam Hussein. Firing things into Israel works for them works at the same doing that towards others, by the way. Saddam Hussein began firing missiles into civilian Attias of is a also once you began losing in his occupation, illegal occupation off of it. Washing others of the same thing. This is this was a horrible poker, Uh, scores of people died, including a good 10 years old. A 10 month old baby. Can you imagine that toilet picture over father holding it? 10 months old. Body off his daughter. There's a girl who was killed whose birthday was on our additional day, which is the way it is October, so Visit when we go into a cease fire when we're going to come into a negotiation, I want people to understand. If you look at the emotions on the outside when we go Talk to people who do this kind of thing's Ah, Professor. There is a video I have seen

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The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

Pray the Word with David Platt

07:01 min | Last month

The Sovereignty of God in Elections (Proverbs 21:1)

"Proverbs chapter. Twenty one verse one. The. King's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it wherever he will. What verse I listened then I'm Gonna I'm GonNa read that one more time. The King's heart the heart of the king heart of a ruler in country leader in a country. The king's heart is a stream of water in the hand of the Lord. He turns it. Wherever, he will. Like is there any clear statement? Of the sovereignty of God, the Authority of God, the reign and rule of God as King over all kings, all leaders, all rulers in the world you'd think about any leader in the world picture their heart, and it's in the hands of the Lord is this nut confidence giving? To know that ultimately. Alternately, every leader is under the sovereignty of God, the rule and the reign of God even leaders who defy God he holds their hearts in his hands and just think about how this leads us to pray. For our current leaders. In different countries and future leaders. This proverbs leads us to praise God for his sovereignty and to pray that God would turn their hearts and their lives for the good of many people in ultimately for the glory of his name. This proverb drives us to intercession for those who lead us to pray and bleed for the hearts of those who lead us. We're talking to the God who holds their hearts in his hands and God has called us to pray according to his words. So let's do this God, we come to here we come straight to you the blood of Jesus. Christ. We pray for this privilege of prayer. You've given us for access to you the fact that right now we're not saying words. Are, just kind of going up into the air that you the Lord King sovereign over all the universe are listening to us right now and we're praying for our leaders. God We pray for current leaders for future leaders in our countries? And specifically here in the United. States the middle of a presidential election we pray for our current leaders in any new future leaders God we pray that you turn their hearts and lives. For the good of people in our country for the glory of your name. God We pray that you would save them God re pray for the salvation a leaders gallery pray that you would direct them and ways that lead to good to your good purposes for government for your protection of people for the promotion of good in every way in our country's. God We pray for that and for protection against evil in our countries that are countries would do what is right in your eyes as we've seen judges God, we pray for our leaders got a replay in the United States for president trump and vice president pence and speaker. Pelosi, and other other leaders all throughout our national federal government we pray for different governors. State leaders local leaders in government God re pray that you would turn their hearts and lives for the good of people in the glory of your name. Please God we pray that you would do that and we pray for future leaders whoever will lead us in the future and repair to help us to vote according to your leadership at Gallery pray guttering pray. You turn the hearts of future leaders. For the good of our country and the people in it glory your name not according to what is right in our eyes but according to what is right in your eyes and God we pray for leaders around the world like this GonNa replay knowing that the Thai king his heart is in your hand. So we pray that you would move turn his heart for the glory of your name and the good of the people of Thailand gotta we. We pray for leaders in Turkey and Russia and Syria reprieve for leaders in. Azerbaijan. Amidst conflict there got reprieve for leaders in Azerbaijan and Armenia. Amidst the conflict there go through got turn the hearts of leaders re pray that peace might reign that people might be saved like their lives saved physically people might turn to you for the spread of the Gospel in these countries we pray for leaders in Yemen amidst conflict there. God. Repay for peace in Yemen God turn the arts of leaders toe that peace might reign and people might be protected in Yemen God we pray for a new president coming into power in Kirghistan their president stepped down amidst political unrest cowdery for leaders in all over Europe and unique challenges that we're seeing. Countries in Europe facing God. We we pray for world leaders. A. Replay for. Kim Jong UN, and North Korea. please. Please turn as heart we pray for the good of the North Korean people. Repression for the privilege you've given us of. Intercession coming to you the sovereign. Lord and King holds these leaders in the palm of your hand turn their arts for the good of many in the glory of your name we pray. And we pray we pray for this leaders around the world and in leaders in our own country. Even as we pray that, you would turn our hearts daily toward you in to live according to your word. To, love you all our heart and the love our neighbors as ourselves. God. We were so thankful that you are the sovereign king overall and we say together today all of our trust and all of our hope is in you we praise you as our king. Jesus you are our king and repair all of this in your name.

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | Last month

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Coming into effect. Here's our caucuses Correspondent Ray and Dmitry. This is the second attempt at a cease fire to allow for the exchange of prisoners and the recovery of bodies. But just minutes after the new cease fire went into effect at midnight on Saturday, the Armenian Defense Ministry spokeswoman announced that Azerbaijan was still firing artillery shells and rockets. It had launched an assault near a reservoir close to the Iranian border. Azerbaijan intern accused Armenia off shelling in the direction of Jabra you one of the areas that as very forces had recently recaptured adjacent to the disputed Nagorny Karabakh region. A landslide in central Vietnam has buried at least 22 soldiers leading to a frantic search for survivors. Five bodies have been

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

WGN Showcase

00:19 sec | Last month

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Armenia and Azerbaijan have announced a new attempt at a cease fire deal. It comes week after a Russia brokered truce fell apart. Both sides blamed the other for breaking the deal. The disputed territory and question lies within Azerbaijan but has been under control of ethnic Armenian forces backed by Armenia. Since the war. They're ended in

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

The Modern Eater

00:31 sec | Last month

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"Two countries taking effect at midnight tonight. ABC is Patch agreeable explains. Armenia's Foreign ministry has said a new humanitarian truth has Bean agreed with Azerbaijan toehold fighting around the disputed region of Nagorno Carol back. This is a fresh attempt to end the fighting after an earlier ceasefire agreement, brokered by Russia over a week ago, never really came into effect. France has said it mediated the new ceasefire in coordination with Russia and the US Patrick Evil ABC News at the Foreign Desk

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Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

Fork Report

00:12 sec | Last month

Armenia, Azerbaijan announce new attempt at cease-fire

"And Azerbaijan have announced a new attempted a cease fire in their conflict over contested region. Cease fire starts at midnight. The deal comes a week after Russia brokered truce came apart almost immediately after it went into

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"armenia" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:00 min | Last month

"armenia" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Involved. In late September Armenia Azerbaijan reignited some of the worst fighting since the early nineteen nineties I was just walking on the street and I witnessed a young man getting McCall that his brother. Just died in the war she sean Payton is a professor of Armenian studies at the University of Southern California she's currently visiting there are in capital of Yerevan, she says, prior skirmishes took place between troops in the border regions but this time civilians are dying and historical sites are being shelled. The fear now is that kind of violence and discourse and nationalistic discourses on both sides which of course, serve authoritarian needs. Have just made peace even more. More impossible at the heart of the conflict as a small mountainous enclave that is home to about one hundred, fifty, thousand mostly Armenian people in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two stalling gave nagorno-karabakh to author by John as a token of goodwill to nearby Turkey that upset the Armenians. So he granted the territory on humous status. This created a messy situation in a volatile part of the world. Iran lies to the South Turkey to the east and Russia to the north. So at the crux of the problem is this armed historically Armenian territory that is majority-armenian being placed within the boundaries of the Soviet Azerbaijani Republic. But given autonomous status nagorno-karabakh held a referendum vote after. The break-up of the Soviet Union in the early nineteen, ninety s and declared its independence Ahzar by John, cried foul and that led to war with Armenia, the fighting claimed thirty thousand lives and displaced one million people. The two countries declared a ceasefire in nineteen ninety-four but the conflict remained unresolved and thirty years of military buildup have earned both countries a top ten ranking among the world's most militarized nations and this time around, Turkey has joined the fray Baroness Caroline. Cox is a member of Britain's House of Lords and world's two thousand and four Daniel of the year. She is made eighty six trips to the region and worries about the rise of rhetoric from Turkish authorities. Is that. They are very aggressive in their statements aggressive, and the is a young that they could feel. They have the military capacity as by John and Turkey to carry out another genocide. One hundred years ago the. Carried out at first genocide uber million or means. He started. Out, by John, each president recipe type aired on vow to stand with Azerbaijan.

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"armenia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | Last month

"armenia" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Armenia and Azerbaijan accuse each other of breaking a cease fire that was brokered. Just the other day. We will keep you updated. As we learn more Senate confirmation hearings for U S Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett set to begin tomorrow. My Kempen reports on what we can expect Parent will tell the Senate Judiciary Committee that policy decisions should be left to political branches of government. That's according to opening remarks obtained by The Associated Press. She will tell senators that courts are not designed to solve every problem or right every wrong in public life. She also will say that she has resolved to maintain the same perspective as her mentor, the late Justice Antonin Scalia, and that no one will ever be able to take the place of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Trump nominated period after against for died. Mike help in Washington. The chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, is accusing the commission on presidential debates of interfering in the election. Rana McDaniel says the commission is corrupt and ripped them for canceling the second presidential debate that was supposed to happen this week. It was ultimately cancelled after President Trump tested positive for covert 19. President and Joe Biden and went back and forth on holding it virtually before it was called off. The commission says they're now focused on the next debate, which is still set for October. 22nd w. B. C will carry it live. Supporters of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris rallied in Manchester, New Hampshire yesterday. But will you be using TV's Paul Burton reports on a beautiful summer like day in New Hampshire? Dozens of energetic.

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"armenia" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:37 min | Last month

"armenia" Discussed on Worldly

"Because you're not I, mean Armenia took this territory in a war. It is understood to be part of his Airbus Budgen by pretty much the entire international community as was recognized after you know after the breakup of the Soviet Union. But it is ninety percent ethnic. Armenian. At this point according to most estimates, which means that if as ever genre take control all of a sudden, there's about one hundred and fifty thousand people who are ethnic Armenian and are in serious danger from the as Airbus Johnny Government. So. It's a really really really high stakes conflict for these two sides and it's difficult to make claims about who's in the right because they both have credible arguments as to why they should get to administer or control the territory rate. So you're absolutely right but I think you know again even that right like those dynamics have existed for a while that's not new you know this, this threat has been there but what has changed beyond just the thing that fighting a lot worse this time around is the the international, the regional geopolitical situation. is now causing. Even more reasons. For both sides to be kind of in this time around, and that's what I think is is really important to understand why things could get a lot worse is that a lot of stuff outside has changed? So that's what we're gonNA talk about after the break listen to our ads people. Right now, the United States is deciding who wants.

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"armenia" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:34 min | Last month

"armenia" Discussed on The Current

"Being used. So huge humanitarian impact Also as we heard reports maybe a bit less of them but reports about me and rocket attacks hitting Azerbaijani I've been sentenced. So there was a huge civilian cost to this. That's not that's one. One thing to say But I guess you know the question is This is a conflict on the edge of your it's one that United States from some of the European nations committed to. A mediating in I'd say it's a massive task to the credibility of these western nations if this is just. To continue as. I, it seems to be at the moment. How do you find a peaceful solution to this I? Mean you mentioned the work that you've done in terms of trying to mediate and get get people to talk to each other wise. They're the reluctance to. To figure out how to end a conflict like this in a long simmering debate about this in a peaceful manner. Almost intractable issues that the speech touch with the haunted boats, kind of Jerusalem science by sides You know the but it's an essential part of the nation. That is the intractable problem take. A genius to sort it out. You know that's a very sophisticated framework plan. On the table, which gives but sides actually most of what they want neither side can get everything that they want. I'm the trouble is that to enforce a plan like that you need. Political in I mean by John, which is lacking and a massive commitment by outside powers including. This is crucial sense. Almost impossible to find a peacekeeping force because the geography of this country because we've been seeing, I've lost weight and so complicated that the two armies need to be separated. So. There is a solution on paper, but but how'd you get the? how do you get and reality's very difficult to say in the nineteen nineties ended just because the two sides got exhausted they lost too many young men and I think that that was why. This conflict king time comes to. again, this time. Thomas to Volka to speak with you this morning I. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Thomas of all is a senior fellow at Carnegie Europe and the author of Black Garden Armenia and Azerbaijan through peace and war for more CBC podcasts. Go to CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..

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"armenia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"I would imagine there's really no crowd problems for tourist like you'd find Paris or or Salzburg Vienna. There's probably no crowds at all. It is nice to be in Yerevan, which has a healthy enough buzz with pedestrians and traffic as she said traffic were you know cars, but there's no traffic jams. There's no backlogs. I mean is a good value in a sense of quality of. Experience you can really maximize your days in your time. They are. And I also want to note that the weather is stunningly beautiful the caucuses. Sun is beautiful. It's dry cleaners. Blue skies are of a kind of magical almost rich color, and it's really quite a spectacular climate. Although I again, I wanna know I haven't gone in late July or August. And I imagine it's pretty darn hot. Then I think it traveler would be best going in may and June September and October first half, July, maybe to this is traveled pick. Steve's we're talking with Peter Blinken out Armenia. Our phone number's eight seven seven three three three seven four to five and on the phone from old line in Iowa. And have you been to Armenia? Actually traveled there in may. We went with another couple who the husband had a couple of Armenian American, and he is very deeply involved in the whole and culture and whole army history and something you really want to be there when they were having their hundred aniversary of their revolution. And so we were actually there during that time they were doing that celebration. Interestingly ended off a pen days after they have the elections holding revolution where the government totally switched over from line one to another. So it was it an interesting time to be there. And what was the feeling like in the streets? I mean, it must have been a little bit both nervous and euphoric. Are you for it? Because election Pat, taking place at the time and so people really excited about the new leader. And the things that hopefully that he will bring to the country people were very realistic though, saying there will be definitely a lot of hurdles because there's a lot of indebted money and power in the past. And so they definitely have to go through but definitely optimistic. Yeah. My my friends in that corner of the world, tell me the the music may change, but they musicians remain the same. It's hard to make real change. And we can only hope for the best for you. If if you're listening to Peter he he was very very positive about Armenia as a destination for tourism. And we rarely meet somebody who's going to quote Europe that thinks about Armenia what's your take on it just as a casual tourist destination for people heading to Europe. As a person I like a tag along with these friends of ours. We went with, but they were very most walking everything was pretty much what he was talking about the capital Yerevan, we based out of there, and so had, you know, many meals and that from the tour sites around the city exactly what Peter was talking about have others. Interesting ones. There's a folk art museum that has the past silverwork and woodwork of the people at the country alive that because of the Soviet time period had been destroyed some pieces that were able to be kept in they're trying to recreate some of them cultural heritage that to me was fascinating. He let's talk about food for a minute because everybody likes to eat whether traveling Peter when you're thinking of Armenia, what would you recommend in regards to the cuisine? I think there's marvelous cuisine all over the country in the villages in the towns. And in the big city. I noted. It some spectacular evenings dining in Yerevan in my travel piece. And I would just reiterate some of the great local fees, for example, the lake seven trout, which is would grilled hall, and then cut into big hugs served with grilled vegetables and potatoes. They're all done on a would grow. That's a classic real Armenian caucuses meal and other great part of our meaning cuisine today is the fusion of Middle Eastern Armenian cuisine, which is coming from the middle. Iraqi and Syrian refugees Armenians who have resettled in Armenia. They're bringing some of their great ranges of flavor and spice saying so you're getting some really spectacular Lama Jones, and particular kinds of kebabs and dips, I you know, the Mahama the spicy hot walnut dip..

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"armenia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"It's a great surprise to any outsider who's never been there. Coming up. Also, learn about the remarkable history. Paul killed day puts together in his book Chopin's, piano, the composer who made the piano sing with emotional depth had to overcome a lot the winter. He went to my Llorca to work Chopin is composing on this local piano, which causes him more Vic sation than pleasure searching for Chopin's, piano and feeling the optimism in Armenia. It's just ahead on travel with Rick steves. It's quite a story to tell Paul kill days. Book ever gets made into a movie the characters in Chopin's, piano would include the revolutionary, but frail composer, his siemian lever entrepreneurial, piano makers and even plucky polish harpsichordist outrunning Nazi looters and France. It's also topic dear to my heart since I started out of college as a peon not teacher. Hi, I'm Rick steves. Stay with us as we explore. The search for Chopin's piano from Poland to Paris, New York, ending Linda a little later in the hour ahead on today's travel with Rick steves, let's start with some good news out of a part of the world that sees more than its share of conflict. One of the oldest societies in the world has just replaced its old guard Soviet style government. Thanks in large part to the democratic aspirations of its tech savvy. Millennials Armenia has just undergone its own velvet revolution all without firing a single bullet as you can tell by his family name. Peter Blake ins ancestors came to America from Armenia today. Peter's professor of humanities at Colgate university in upstate New York. A few years ago, he won a Pulitzer prize for the poems. He wrote after excavating the bones of victims of the nineteen fifteen Armenian genocide recently, Peter wrote for the New York Times about a new sense of optimism. He found on his latest trip to Armenia, Peter. This is exciting to hear about this new energy and Armenia. Well, it seems very hopeful. You know, you never liked to predict the future and political and social change are never simple and can undergo various chapters in Volusia in. But it certainly a hopeful time and a moment in which at least one can feel or look on and see some of the processes of democracy working. And that's always exciting. That was the spring of twenty eighteen and you were there just after that. Yes. I. I was there in early June just after this political transition had taken place and the last time I had been there two thousand sixteen so just about two years before. There really was a feeling of excitement and optimism among people people everywhere that you spoke with we're just registering a sense of excitement, and you know, one wants to be cautious because again changes slow and complex and the emotional excitement of having this political change happened was really discernible everywhere. And there's a great time to be there. And I think it still is a great time to be there in your New York Times article, you mentioned how well you credited the younger generation with replacing their old style. What they considered corrupt national leadership. How is the younger generation connected to the rest of the world. How was it the younger generation that brought this change? I do wanna be, you know, nuance to noting that wasn't only the younger generation, but they have been noted as being primary forces and sources of agency in this process. They did a lot of their. Organizing, and they're gathering, and they're they're reaching each other through the internet and social media this, you know, enabled them to accelerate perhaps a process that could have taken longer in another era. I'm not totally optimistic about reality of the digital age, the darkness is of it and the damage that it does is also there, but there also these very positive kinds of dimensions to digital life. For me. This is a travel show. And I've always been just curious about Armenia visited Armenian sites in Turkey. And a lot of people don't even consider going to Armenia, but I've talked to people who've been to our meaning they say, well, why not it's great it's welcoming. There's there's no reason not to go to Armenia Armenia borders Turkey on the northeast is that right? Well on on Armenia's southwest, you're right turkeys, northeast Armenia, and then Georgia on it's sort of. Of north west. And then as they're by John on its east and Iran on its south. That's that's neighborhood..

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"armenia" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Has russia has a military base in one of the towns in armenia armenia also part of the russian led to raise an economic union the opposition leader has reiterated many times that he does not plan to change any of the alliances with russia and change any of the current trade agreements or a military agreements with russia so those are those are the main concerns for russian look russia is you know busy today these days with syria ukraine and other factors so unless something majorly dramatic is expected to happen in armenia it's i i think it will keep its restrained as it has done in the last few weeks armenian influence with russian influence with armenia has been sort of a give and take but i would say at the top of that is concerns this mentioned there are russian troops in in armenia they guard the border with turkey the turkey and armenia still don't have open borders it's blockaded border by y of russia but it's still it's still open explain to anybody what i think the opposition leader has sort of pointed towards that finding the balance between you know the the eu the west and in russia and not having to be selective between the two forcefully and not you know being having good relationship with the e u does not mean leaving the eurasian economic union so that has so far been his trad strategy and that has seems to be working if you were to take a second and i'm shocked to hear that the carbon issues still hanging out there i mean that's something you and i talked about twenty some odd years ago on the program i explained to the.

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"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Nicole passion yon or for our party or for any party as time for his own dignity is own right and he's home family and his own future and future hold over his children i want to be clear it doesn't fart for becoming nicole passion janas apartment easter is fired for for him is for democracy for rule of low and the that's why are people isn't tired and the avant batayer revolutions needed leader though what do you think of being blocked by the ruling republican party as as candidate for prime minister i think it was not very clever for the republican party you mentioned yesterday the republican party mp's came under pressure not to vote for you from former prime minister and president serzh sarkisyan do you think that happened and do you think those pressure from moscow's well you know again no any pressure for most people because most call is respecting the our movement and must call easson interfering who are interior affairs but it is the elephant in room isn't it i know you're not trying to create an east west contest here in what's going on in our media but russia's extremely important to your country isn't it yes that's an extremely important for our country russia is our sir thank you partner and our russia will be out strategic partner and there is no any trait in our movement in our revolution for armenia russia rage what did you feel when you see the roads blocked and people peacefully shouting in the street so you proud i'm praying for all people because people from people out people victorious people is out people's unique people and they are determined to built prosper and be country for them.

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"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Hello this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service with reports and analysis from across the world the latest news seven days a week bbc world service podcasts are supported by advertising this is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm nick miles in the early hours of wednesday the second of may these are a main stories the armyin opposition leader has called for his supporters to join a campaign of civil disobedience in protest at parliament's refusal to choose him as prime minister the nigerian government says it has banned the import and production of cough syrup containing codeine after a bbc investigation revealed vast numbers of young addicts in the country also in this podcast we report on claims that british military was responsible for widespread civilian deaths in the battle to retake mosul from is u n envoys are in myanmar they say they want a proper investigation into the treatment of hinge muslims the fest step is team helped the governance of bangladesh and burma i know say get the un in with unconditional access because they need the un can deal with the scale of the problem and later it is a truth universally at knowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife why do so many american judges quote jane austen in court but we start in armenia.

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"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Other republic square in here ban and there are thousands of people here that been watching live these parliamentary session he has probably been the most watched while the mentoring session in armenia's history so many people to in and we now the fundament has taken a break so this morning for about two hours they position mp nicole but he's the only candidate standing for prime minister's joel has been grilled by all different mp's they've been asking you questions on armenia's external policy journal policy how he's going to address really really complicated issues such as the ongoing conflict with a neighboring us john issues with other neighbors and relations with russia and he was giving his onces says whenever he spoke people here in the square where clapping they would shearing it's very clear that these people wanted to see him being elected as the country's next prime minister what he asked people to come out in support them sounds like they've done so absolute the and it's not just the people from the capital yerevan there also came here from other corners of armenia brushing yon opened his kind of parliamentary session with his speech he wants again address the republican party against which all these protests have been taking place against the leader on the body and the party itself and he said you he's told them that they lost touch with the reality on the ground and the reality on the ground is that things have changed in armenia in the past couple of weeks and he said that he's the right person to help move country forward and the number one step of course in his plan is to oversee a snap parliamentary elections and to ensure that they're free and fast rand to be tree in yerevan for decades china has considered taiwan to be part of its territory moment doesn't allow countries to have formal links with both beijing.

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"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Other republic square in here ban and there are thousands of people here that been watching live these parliamentary session he has probably been the most watched while the mentoring session in armenia's history so many people to in and we now the fundament has taken a break so this morning for about two hours they position mp nicole but he's the only candidate standing for prime minister's joel has been grilled by all different mp's they've been asking you questions on armenia's external policy journal policy how he's going to address really really complicated issues such as the ongoing conflict with a neighboring us john issues with other neighbors and relations with russia and he was giving his onces says whenever he spoke people here in the square where clapping they would shearing it's very clear that these people wanted to see him being elected as the country's next prime minister what he asked people to come out in support them sounds like they've done so absolute the and it's not just the people from the capital yerevan there also came here from other corners of armenia brushing yon opened his kind of parliamentary session with his speech he wants again address the republican party against which all these protests have been taking place against the leader on the body and the party itself and he said you he's told them that they lost touch with the reality on the ground and the reality on the ground is that things have changed in armenia in the past couple of weeks and he said that he's the right person to help move country forward and the number one step of course in his plan is to oversee a snap parliamentary elections and to ensure that they're free and fast rand to be tree in yerevan for decades china has considered taiwan to be part of its territory moment doesn't allow countries to have formal links with both beijing.

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"armenia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"People actually see this i mean they're watching armenia trash donald trump right doesn't she have some culpability in this or is it just the president of the united states who can't call people names it's okay for the mainstream media to go on television every night on almost every show and call donald trump a racist and a massage whatever grabber what i mean he go on and on and on and on and joy reid is flabbergasted that the president would say mean things what does the world think when they watch msnbc say what oh that's right maybe the world isn't watching msnbc not very much of the world this week brandon or this weekend they're going to have a thing called the march for our lives big anti gun violence rally in washington dc you know the name of one of the sponsors of this event but is it planned parenthood oh planned parenthood now now let this sink in for just a second an event called the march for our lives is sponsored in part by planned.

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"armenia" Discussed on WREK

WREK

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on WREK

"Of armenia used to be part of armenia at some point in a way that is more of a joke but uh global warming is and climate change is actually threatening armenia together with the disastrous economic activities that actually destroy the unique ecosystems of the country and creating more threat uh that will be coupled with climate change and east coupled at the moment with climate change causing extreme levels of desertification and one of the reasons why were having this desertification um okay there are many reasons that me actually human rights them one would be deforestation and armenia is their rapidly being deforested one reason for the first station keys mining mining for copper and metals as i said as a mountainous country it actually has extractive minerals in its subsoils and with no regard and with nor calculation and no let's say prediction of what may happen as a result of deforestation just in terms of climate change you know this country's corrupt government has issued licenses and given green light to disastrous mining projects in his continuing doing that so ripping the mountains off the these trees that are very important ecosystems that also are sources of water and then being a mountainous country this is where the snow melts and you know the fresh water originates so this freshwaters are largely threatened by deforestation and another reason is illegal logging of forests and this is again done both because you know people are pouring they really have to cut some trees bought a large part of illegal logging is done for industrial purposes by you know local large only cars and another reason for desertification of the country is overuse simple unsustainable and almost criminal overuse of ground water is specially ina in one of the um an areas of our mini that is most the valley it's cold out at out valley in underneath audit ads valley which is a very agricultural territory where he now with artificial irrigation a lot of agriculture is taking place but there is this underground water that has been overused already by fisheries the.

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"armenia" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on Think Again

"United states education that you have like china to yet owned chinatown little armenia you you don't have that in in in in germany even in a place like berlin where you have quite back you know which is in the centre people call like lilies tumbled but it's much more than that it's it's a mix of spanish and italian and portuguese you know it's a mix but it is it fair to say that like that economically speaking those areas are like poorer than than other areas and that there's at cannes there's tension social tension yes helene sort of mainstream germany and yeah yes that's that's the truth and so true i mean and that's something that kind of i feel like i feel like that tension is very important to this film yeah i mean in a way i mean in the fate is a very personal film yeah you know it's it's it's about neo nazi attacks on on immigrants in this case kurdish immigrants in germany and you know this seemed to be a very up to date thing on the whole world you know i you know i i don't know shower or neonazis in france or legal nordin hillary you know this goes back until my childhood you know they were always stories from the early eighties on okinawa always stories of skin hats you know neonazis who have beaten turkish immigrants to death you know and think it's gotten worse or it's the saint like statistically like fit the numbers are it does it fluctuated goes up and down i have to say it's going worse it's going worse because in the good old days 90s no you could see the enemy you see you can share have their shave their like these are no abboud song you know with a wide blazers lasers right and the bomber jackets.

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"armenia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The division i think when it comes out to whatever talks about the is off our backs we get the discount to go out there and point out we look forward to getting ready for cleveland next week when did you know for sure that you're going to be able to start this game by wednesday thursday it was one of those you know the country's gonna let you through friday the armenia was again i got a lot of credits athletic training staff though the great job disrepair may make icts are ready to go home there was a lot of hard work from a lot of different people it has been a quarterback you are you know you getting out of the pocket with where you feel most comfortable technique through the night where you wanted to get out of the pocket but you know you had to stay back in the five due to poor so four quarters of how you feel in your mind set of getting out the pocket debated held the bags liner or maybe get them all out different thing for a lot of us that the icc gay yards an angle get no first down in that time the game undecideds got hold of all dow side get out of you know just at the bottom my hands but you know it's different but part of it man of the three gold last to this guy it has been wearing number the often give it back delays is very much we say yes i grads little had now doormat hassle hasselbeck their who was the last one to beat the cold sweet 2011 tightened with the win on monday night snappy love again losing streak against indy markets mariona finishes 23 of thirty two three hundred six yards passing a touchdown and interception his fourth career 300 yard passi game is second against the colts we'll straight ahead there are headed back to court in an effort to keep him from being out project sports at are all night at the b m radio.

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"armenia" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

2 Girls 1 Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"armenia" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

"'cause he had like hundreds if not thousands of people to participate in it seems like he really preyed upon people again we'd ask fell the documentary too much but it seems like he was preying on people who really need the money needed money right and paid them to be in these tickling videos yeah yanni used all kinds of other excuses but right so the tickling community is flourishing online we're going to talk to the sky today at but he's also because there's overlap and a lot of these communities he's also he also is really defeat but first we need to take burke eddie so soon we are a lot of sponsors glaring they're paying us huge money huge huge to be on our show and we have to we have to yield to them but first cities trivia rhode tricky all right let's do and here's something fm in 2011 the entire country of armenia lost internet they lost the internet big couldn't connect confined it no facebook nothing why do you know this is true it's a fact i read on the internet so they gotta be true routes like something that the internet made outlook house a whole country they had one league wire one person unplugged cady did really good saddle edvard the sky sox so the government shut trump could be the guy just owners and how they lost it yeah bringing to find out we're going to find out after the break.

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