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Hey Nancy, Joe Biden’s Call to the Afghan President Is Impeachable!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:13 min | 9 months ago

Hey Nancy, Joe Biden’s Call to the Afghan President Is Impeachable!

"Miranda devine writes a great editorial the new york post. Nancy pelosi still looking for a phone. Call worth impeaching president. Do i have news for you. Bombshell report from reuters about july. Phone call between joe biden and then afghanistan president ashraf ghani in which the us president promises military aid in return for lies the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe is. The things aren't going well in terms of the fight against the taliban biden said in the july twenty third call. And there's a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project a different picture unquote whether it's true or not biden solution. Things weren't going well after the. Us abandoned bogra airfield in the middle of the night by zander. Create the perception. That all was fine whether it was true or not. Well i guess you gotta get the impeachment machine revved up right bottom line is if you impeach trump for his phone call with the head of ukraine. You'd better go after biden right.

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White House Downplays 'Leaked Transcripts of Phone Calls' Between Biden and Ghani

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:07 min | 9 months ago

White House Downplays 'Leaked Transcripts of Phone Calls' Between Biden and Ghani

"Got to presume that the washington the washington machine is going to rev up the impeachment process. Again right turns out. Reuters released a bombshell report. Joe biden and then afghan- afghanistan president ashraf ghani had a phone call in which the problem the. Us president promised military aid in return for lies. Do you remember when i was so proud of. What was the money he took away. Who was that guy. Remember when he was a about that. hell yes. We're gonna with withhold a country if you don't It was ukraine. Remember when he said though if they didn't fire the the corrupt prosecutor in ukraine will take away all this aid and he was very proud of that well apparently did the same thing with the afghan pre afghanistan. President ashraf ghani biden said according to reuters and this is a quote the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe is. The things aren't going well in terms of the fight against the taliban and there's a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project a different picture. Wow the need to project a different picture. jen psaki. The white house press secretary was asked about this yesterday. She one answer circle back seem. Speechless was the president anyway pushing a false narrative in that call with. I think it's pretty clear. And i'm not going to go into details of a private conversation but what we saw over the course of the last few months is a collapse in leadership and that was happening even before gardening left the country with the president has conveyed repeatedly privately and publicly. Is you need to stand up and lead your country. And that's something he said at a press conference in july in public form as well

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"But so mcq secret. So don't tell anyone. I don't tell anyone didn't even tell you did. I know i didn't know about tell me at all any glass. He goes on a show announces it. I said i thought it was a secret. 'cause yeah i thought i was talking about talk about on the show okay. It's not a secret anymore. We're running in the race on the team. You can sign up What's the link later on. But it's the it's the step for calling five k. You can google it and find a bowl tweet at the lincoln tweeted the link. You can sign up. You can join kirk teen. He minahan and do that. Actually so There's been reports that this team was in top three for a long time. But i don't know that we're still a nighthawk again. They're a really big teams. Yes so So i would. It would be great if you if you all stepped up. It's a great cause joined the team. We need to say at least in the top ten. I think the top three would be. I guess after the race We're going to do a show. I one in a while. manhattan you're going to be there. I'll be there. I started training. Yesterday is gonna screw it up. Probably we'll see. I guess we'll have a we'll play. We'll play parts of it on our show. The next day i think on Yes on my day. I mean you you. We'll we'll see we'll play it by ear but we'll see how it goes but You can sign up. You can join the team you can hang out and watch the show. I guess that's how it's gonna work. Yeah and it's a great cost so sign up joint suras. Lots of big teams. Lots of teachers because she was a teacher. All goes to scholarships for people. Wanna be teachers. She was a teacher who was murdered by her student. If you haven't forget the story google it. It's a disturbing and tragic and her family's amazing friends are all there. It's a very emotional day and an uplifting day and I just going to say. I look good and pink l. What you. I look good and pink. I do not. will you gotta wear it anyway. I will And they're nice shirts and hats and everything else. It's a first class race so Join us on. Can you confirm that. September nineteen sunday. Yes won't confirm it. the nineteenth. that's today terai nineteenth in andover so join us see. See you there. Anything else culina. I'm not calling anything else No correio i'm used to. I gotta stop. I gotta stop saying that. Going to change the chain of script but that is it for today we will leave it there. Thanks to everybody for watching for listening for commenting. Thanks turtle boy. He had to go rap child's face in an in cloth and put her on the bus man now. Annoying turtaboi is to like the teachers principals. He shows up. Everything went a mask and he won't put one on and soon amateurs kid will be rebellious as he is and she'll be causing problems and that's good because everybody should be rebelling against this insanity but we will we will we'll give you an update on turtle boy 'cause incense school just start this week. He's going to be a problem. He's going to be a problem for that. School district problem for any of these mask fanatics all right. We will leave it there. I'm jerry kelly. This is the callahan podcast and we will talk again soon. Stopping stops. i. Don't i can go home and good. Gerry callahan podcast..

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"People are vaccinated are like he went off the rails But let's listen to rogan. Tell us all the stuff he's taken to Get better to combat the covert. Hello friends so. I got back from the road saturday night. Feeling very weary. I had a headache. And i just felt just run down and just to be cautious. I separated from my family. Slept in a different part of the house and throughout the night. I got fevers sweats. And i i knew what was going on so i got up in the morning. Got tested and turns out. Got cove vid so we immediately through the kitchen sink. All kinds of meds monoclonal antibodies Ivermectin z pack Prednisone everything And i also got an any d- drip and a vitamin drip. And i did that three days in a row and so here. We are on wednesday. And i feel great. I really only had one bad day. Sunday sucked but monday was better. Tuesday fell better than monday. And today i feel good. I actually feel pretty fucking good. That's the good news. The bad news is we have to move friday. The friday show in nashville. So there you go so he is all better at. How do you do that. How do you get all that stuff. Twelve he's i know he's got a lot of company to so that any drip. I'm sure i've heard talk about that before. I think that's anti-aging quote me. If i'm wrong the other other ones a vitamin drip. So i'm sure he does. You know pumps vitamin d vitamin c. When i thought perhaps when i was sick and we did the remote shows last week. That's what i did. I put myself vitamin c and vitamin d. Vitamin d is. There's some research covert so. Why didn't i know but that's i. I took that trajectory. He has a doctor rhonda patrick on his show a lot. And she is a big proponent. So someone wants to do that. It's a lot of work. Yeah but i mean he kicked it in three. It's worth it. I guess but you can't do it if you don't have the means you'll have the the connections but good luck to him. I'm glad he's better. It looks a little little. Ragged fifty four is not shaving. Looks so tired man. Yeah but i'm glad he's back to cancel the show..

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:48 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"And you're talking about hurtful language or are you talking about layabouts. Who don't pay their rent. You're supporting them. I mean i it must take all. They have not to come out in favor of abortion in the third trimester because they're just radicals that's what they are. They're not public. Health officials there radicals and they are hoping. Also i'm telling you right now. She was asked about rogan. When rogan said twenty one year old healthy 21-year-olds don't need the vaccine. They're hoping that this will be the rare case. Were someone who's not elderly. not obese. Takes a wrong turn. But even if he dies doesn't that just proved point that like joe rogan made his choice. We all have choices. He chose to knock vaccinated pandemic and he died from a virus. Like that's literally the whole point. Is you have a right to take a risk now. Well i think you the people who take risks. Turtle don't think they're going to die. You know this. This radio host phil valentine. There's some liberals were dancing on his grave. He's sixty one years old. I don't think he was obese. But he was probably not great shape and he was an anti vaccine. Rogan's on an anti faxer. We never has been. I'm not a you are. But i'm not anti vaccine. I don't think twenty year old. I certainly don't think twelve year olds. She could vaccine. Does that make you an antibac- cer- again it's like if they had a vaccination against t- to cure dementia right. It'd be wonderful it'd be. It would be great the development of great breakthrough. Would you ask. In a fifteen year olds take it if they had a vaccination against dementia. There are certain things that don't affect children one of them being covered. You know so. Why are you forcing this injection on children. It's and i can't imagine being in your position turtle boy where they're going to get to six year olds you know. They're going to get around six year olds and he'd say yes your year old must be vaccinated and you will fight them and you will resist. But they're going to their goal. They flat out says to make life difficult for the unvaccinated. I don't like the conspiracy stuff either. But don't you have to ask the question that a lot of public funds are going to pay for these vaccinations. So can you not see. The incentive is to try to get as many people take it as possible was the number in the number of pfizer New all new billionaires like twelve guys became billionaires during the pandemic but during the their the value. Yuks you have to have last question right. Where what's the incentive here. No doubt now. You're talking my language following. Well you know what it is created. It is fertile grounds for creating for growing young skeptics. If not conspiracy theorists yes when you say a dozen guys in a billionaires because they have not only Developed a sold as this vaccine forced it on people and and shamed you if you don't do it we don't do. We know if rogan has been vaccine so is talking yesterday on just on twitter that he was vaccinated. But i didn't. I wasn't able to confirm that before we went live today. So that's something. I'm definitely gonna look into today. I can't tell when i see him in. Pictures is he just jacked or z. A little chunky. He's got a lotta muscle this. He's like one of those people that exercise. He's got a lot of free time so you can. Exercise lowers these fitness junkies. One of those legitimate martial artist. Ju jitsu short. but it's like The the fox Of nfl guy jay glazer and he always talks about ma ma and training and everything. And i look at him and he just looks like a little chunky guy to me. I know he probably trains hard. But he's not exactly a lean not exactly lean a lot of muscle i mean. He runs in slogan rogan national champ in in mixed martial arts. So i'm going to guess you gotta be in pretty good shape to do that. And i was talking to Mike clark lenny. Lenny was on rogan. When logan was still in. La and they were getting ready to record. I heard it. It was a great show. It was all down memory lane of a boston comedy. Because rogan came up. And my clark owns giggles and he looks and he handles a lot of comedians and get some jobs and And rogan was a young comedian which is hard to believe that he was one of these young comedians planned. Giggles and nick's comedy stop in boston. I don't even think he's funny on his show. I mean he's good. He's good interviewer and he's smart. But i was surprise when about a year ago. Maybe you're could have been year and a half ago. I think it was on Net flicks. i don't know what it was. But he had to stand up special. Yeah and it was good. I mean he was funniest. Halley was he was a little dangerous little edgy and he was good at but that doesn't come through necessarily on his show. I think it's i think it's a different format. I mean when he's got comedians on hill. They'll they'll batra back and forth and it's a little bit funnier. No his standup. I think he's probably a better writer. A comedy writer than he is. I mean pro. I liked the show. Sometimes i don't get the whole like i don't understand why it's so popular all he does. He's not that interesting himself. He just invites interesting on his show is just like oh that's interesting. And what's interesting. Is he says anything remotely. I don't say controversial just opinionated. It goes viral like he talks about cancer culture and so he canceled cultures out of control. Cancer sucks he says the same thing we say or millions of other say and boom it gets it gets a video clip get set out and it's everywhere and it's like. Oh joe. rogan comes out and gets canceled culture. He probably audience in the country though bigger than tuck because they always influential any noise influential with not just conservatives but also some libertarians but And i'm sure many people on the left also listened to him and that's why they're threatened by people like him is because he has such a big reach and they're like okay you know tucker carlson's only gonna talk the right wingers or is this guy might influence some people on our team. If he says. I'm crazy we need to shut that down. I think he's at bernie on right sitting at bernie on roy like some really really like some. I'm going door stem. He endorsed doors which was stupid because he doesn't. There's no substance to. We talked about it at the time. He just said i really like. He's a good guy like he doesn't smartest people think he just says. you know. i was smoking peyote last night. And i really like bernie's ideas. He's really cool. Find rogan that interesting. It's just the the people that he has shower at your. He can't make the case. He endorsed burning but he couldn't support it with any real substance. But that's okay. He he that in that way he kinda remains. You know a man of mystery. He means a guy that you can't put into a box like us but just to finish the story leading and micro waiting for him to come in at his studio in. La three cents like an airplane. Hangar and the door opens and incomes. Flying in an tesla is Rogan and next to the the setup where they're doing the show is a boxing ring. He's going to hold. Jim in this league airplane hangar with whatever weights and all excess equipment and a ring a a mixed martial arts ring. I guess you're right. He does a lot of time and he works out hard but he still looks a little beefy. And whenever you see someone who. And i realize you're not supposed to talk about this turtle blood you see someone who dies young or fairly young covert. They show a picture. It'll be someone with it or vaccinated or whatever the you know. Nowadays it'll be unvaccinated guy and then you see them and they look like you know. They're very very overweight. And you're not allowed to say it as turtle boy points out has been yapping for a year and a half never ever does. He say it'd be a good idea to get up and take a walk. Haven't seen numbers either on that being a co or komo are our komo's biddy how what. What percentage who died are obese like eighty eighty. Haven't look at the data with japan. Japan is one of the least fat countries in the world somehow and nobody dies of in japan when they get it. It's like over the most obvious. Statistic is that obesity equals death for covert. Just i mean and that's fine if you don't if you're fat and you don't want give vaccinated..

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Democrats Must Impeach Joe Biden for Quid Pro Quo Conversation With Ashraf Ghani

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 9 months ago

Democrats Must Impeach Joe Biden for Quid Pro Quo Conversation With Ashraf Ghani

"You're going to claim conservative Bona feeds the Republican Bonefish. You got impeached this guy. You have no choice right now. Yeah. Impeach the sky. I mean, we're just using the Democrats own standards. What? What do you mean? What happened? Did you catch the breaking news yesterday? If you didn't you missed out on a doozy. Remember when the Democrats impeach Donald Trump over a phone call with the Ukrainian president, suggesting it was a quid pro quo. We Illicit scandal is something for something. President Trump demanded they look into Hunter Biden story, ironically turned out to be true looking a hunter Biden in exchange for military aid. Story turned out to be entirely discredited after Donald Trump released the actual transcript of the call, and, uh, that was proven to be categorically false. I mean, if you can read if you can't read, Um are you the reading comprehension of a kindergartner? You may not have seen that in the transcript, it was Trump himself. That also authorized the release of the transcript. The left double down It didn't matter because there Buffoons, they said. We have to. We must impeach this guy scandalously demanding something demanding an investigation into the corrupt son of the former vice president. Now President Joe Biden. Demanding that exchange for military and, of course again. None of that happened now, Fascinatingly enough. We have an actual quid pro quo where Joe Biden asked the Now since the part in Afghan president departed since Joe Biden surrendered to the Taliban, Ashraf Ghani, where he asked him to lie. About the status of Afghanistan and the pending collapse of the Afghan military. And he held up actual military aid.

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Big Techs Taliban Problem

Reset

02:11 min | 9 months ago

Big Techs Taliban Problem

"Last time the taliban controlled afghanistan. The world of technology looked pretty different. The internet was still in its relative infancy. The hottest tech products were things like my space in aol. Instant messenger and companies like facebook and twitter didn't even exist. Let alone were there. Presidents and prime ministers using social media to govern entire countries. But today it's really common for all kinds of world leaders to be on those platforms and now the taliban is back in power. Social media companies have a decision to make do facebook twitter and youtube ban the taliban because of its controversial past or do they let them run their self proclaimed more peaceful new government at the risk of legitimizing historically oppressive group joining us. Today to help explain. Vox foreign and national security. Reporter jen kirby. Hey jen hey shane. how're you doing. Good things so jen. Can you give us a rundown of what's been happening and afghanistan the last two weeks. Yeah so in some respects. This kind of starts a little bit earlier. Which is the fact that the united states had planned to withdraw from afghanistan and they set the deadline to be august thirty first and so in the past few weeks. They've been packing up and pulling out troops in preparing to leave but as that was happening the taliban was going on basically this route of afghanistan. They were taking over provincial. Capitals and all this is happening really really really fast much faster than the united states government at least said publicly and so two weeks ago. The taliban reached kabul the capital of afghanistan. Where the government is located and the afghan government claps. The president ashraf ghani fled and so essentially. The taliban became the new people in charge of afghanistan. And since that happened. It's been a chaotic and desperate rush to evacuate United states citizens and our afghan allies. Who helped us in the twenty year war in afghanistan. so it's been a mad rush mostly around the kaaba airport to get people out before this rapidly approaching august thirty first deadline

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:15 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Now they start because 1995% of Afghanistan covered by Taliban 5%, which is Panshir Province and Notre and some of the problems in north There are under control of mujahideen there under control of the people who beat the Russia who beat the China who beats, Uh, England who beat the Pakistan and India whatever. But what happened was the the manager. The so called President, Mr Ashraf Ghani? No, he elected by US government he elected by president of United States whatever was That he was the fraud, briber and cautious president. We ever had. He was beheaded president of Afghanistan. So then the Taliban they became strong. Why? Because Mr Ashraf Ghani was supporting Taliban under table and they Mr Ashraf Ghani released a lot of Taliban Mr Ashraf Ghani. Broad. The representative of, uh, Taliban on the table. Still Taliban was was lost the war. America won the war, but Hamid Karzai. Ashraf Ghani, They support Taliban. You know the Taliban? They didn't expect that they get their all problems of Afghanistan like a water. Why? Because Mr Ashraf Ghani called every record We call We have 11 corps in Afghanistan. They call him they said, Leave all your core. All your battalion for Taliban, but the people the army, our army, Afghanistan Army. And they said we can part we have tank we have Holly cooked, er we have Armin ation and we have everything but, uh Karzai and also Ash Afghanistan. No, leave it. Leave it to them. That's why we lost Afghanistan. The problem. Majority of people of Afghanistan state as we see Ashraf Ghani Anywhere. We will not leave them alone. They are very, very, very upset from so when, when he left because he apparently left with his family and his gold and everything else. Um, it was kind of it looked as though he was leaving because of the Taliban. He wasn't According to you. He's he's leaving because the people were angry with him. Correct. He left Afghanistan for two reasons. Number one. He is stole $50,001,000. Even he didn't talk high million dollars with him. He given to the PPS. The reason why he left because the people was hungry on him. Number two. He left because of the money. He stole the money. He got it. He you know, there was a three guy. Three person control all Afghanistan number one. Ashraf Ghani, number two, Dr Moorehead, which is he was not a doctor. He was a nurse. And there was another guy. Partly, Mr Fosse. These three gentlemen. Cover all Afghanistan. That's why the Taliban became upset. The people of Afghanistan became upset base it as better the people of Afghanistan tape as better that we can leave Afghanistan because these three gentlemen Sold every single mind to the neighbors, but he had they have three. They have to finish it. Number of what the first base is just Polishers. I'm sorry to say that he polish everybody. He you know, he show has sympathy to the people but the other faiths. Was just selling our country, our people, our army, our tank to the, um to the enemy of the human being right, including including China. Right. That's where the that's where the mines went. Of course, the copper mine from east of Afghanistan on the cars. I sold it before then Ashraf Ghani told that, but they sold it and they act under table. Not at the table. Mhm, Um and and and I'm sorry to say that Kylie I'm requesting from Mr Joe Biden. Please follow. And in fact, they, uh Mr Ashraf Ghani. He is he You know, we want the war. I'm a U s. Citizen. You United States wound the war but now Taliban, they got celebration. They got party. They said we beat Russia. We beat America. It's not true. It's not true if United States want to win the war or jump back They? We have one length. We have a big unit right now. They are located and north of Afghanistan. We called Pan should have province. We the passion leader, Mr Ahmad, son of Ahmad Shah Massoud, champion of Afghanistan, You can just Google it he takes We have 200 unit, 200 Special Forces units and the Taliban. They scared from them. Yesterday, Taliban lost three, uh, villages. And five city right operation started. Uh, the people the northern people know the line. People say we don't need support of, uh, United States now, right? I just want to support us. We are kindly the questing and welcoming American forces. We don't need military person. We need domination. We need air support, then. We promised and one year we will get all Afghanistan. We promised that so we have a strong unit now. Saber, I I appreciate the insight on this, and I do hope that we Change our tactics here because we are just abandoning our friends in so many women and so many little girls and Children from having a safe future and the future of freedom. Saber necessary. Thank you very much our best to you. We will pray for your family. Uh and we will do all we can to make sure that your your family is with you here. As an American citizen. God bless you. Let me tell you about our sponsor this half hour. It's.

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America's Longest War: 20 Years of Missteps in Afghanistan

Deconstructed with Mehdi Hasan

01:35 min | 9 months ago

America's Longest War: 20 Years of Missteps in Afghanistan

"Begin with the final fiasco the images. We've been getting all day. Tell the chaotic story. The us continues. Its chaotic. exodus out of afghanistan. The withdrawal from afghanistan is a poorly planned debacle. The collapse of afghanistan represents another catastrophic failure of our political establishment. President biden is apparently delusional about the disaster in afghanistan but at the heart of the criticism is a contradiction that nobody in the american media or foreign policy. Blob wants to grapple with and it's this the only way for there to have been an orderly transfer of power in the wake. The us departure was for the process to have been negotiated as a transfer of power and to negotiate a transfer of power required acknowledging. And here's the hard part for the. Us that power was actually transferring. Therein lies the contradiction an orderly exit required admitting defeat and negotiating the unthinkable surrender to the taliban instead the us preferred to maintain the fiction that it was handing over power to the afghan government. Whatever that was and two former president ashraf ghani we would rather risk the chaos. We witnessed that admit defeat after all. It's mostly not our lives on the line anymore. But rather the lives of afghans who helped us over the past twenty years and focusing on the chaotic scenes at hamad karzai airport also. Let's commentators avoid asking the bigger questions. How is it that twenty straight years of. Us lies about progress in afghanistan could be so starkly exposed in a single weekend. And there'd be so little interrogation of that. Failure

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

08:07 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Town of bates fafa near jerusalem in a victory for indigenous rights and the environment a federal judge wednesday block construction permits from massive oil and gas project northern alaska known as the willow master project environmental and indigenous groups sued the. Us government to stop the multibillion dollar deal with conaco phillips which was approved last year by the trump administration and backed by biden's interior department groups argued the project which was set to produce more than one hundred thousand barrels of oil. A day for the next thirty years would disrupt fragile wildlife and contribute to the climate emergency. The environmental protection agency has banned the use of corpora. Fos a common pesticide which has been linked to brain damage in children. The obama administration said it would ban the use of the pesticide in two thousand fifteen but the ban never took effect before it was reversed by the trump administration. The pesticide is used by farmers on more than fifty fruit nuts cereal and vegetable crops and the acclaimed italian surgeon. Dr gino strada has died at the age of seventy. Three strana was the founder of the medical aid group emergency which provides assistance to civilian victims of war. He worked enough. Kind of stan in iraq yemen rwanda and other countries in two thousand fifteen. He won the right livelihood. Award deadly disease has to be prevented and cute. Violence is not the right medicine. It does not cure the disease accused. The patient will listen to. War is first indispensable step in this direction to see our two thousand five interview with dr gino strada visit democracy now dot org and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report i mean goodman with democracy now is ner means shea hi nermeen hi amy and welcome to listeners and viewers across the country and around the world. Today we spend the hour on ghanistan where protesters have taken to the streets for a second day in a row in defiance of the taliban which seized control of the country sunday protests have been held in kabul and other cities today tomorrow afghan independence day l zero reports. Two people died in the city of asadabad after the taliban opened fire on protesters waving the afghan national flag. This comes a day after. The taliban killed three protesters in jalalabad on wednesday ousted. Afghan president ashraf ghani spoke publicly for the first time since fleeing kabul he spoke from the united arab emirates. Ghani said he left to prevent more bloodshed. All my colleagues in the west told me that. If i don't leave things would be worse. I could have stayed and started to war. But i had a responsibility to my people. And i didn't want to start a bloodbath. Like in syria and yemen donny. Said if he had not left afghanistan quote the people of the country would have seen another president hanging on the news of cerium. This comes as president biden says. Us troops will stay in afghanistan until every americans evacuated even if that means staying beyond his august thirty first deadline evacuation. Flights are continuing from the kabul airport. But the taliban's preventing many afghans from reaching the airport with some being shot or whipped. A student in kabul told reuters. No women could be seen on the streets. After the taliban took control of the city are not out theft from Of their homes. Dale items are two days. I i don't see Any negotiating the street in. They are afraid that they are scared. Sullivan for more. We're joined by three afghan women who have fled their country. One left in two thousand seventeen one left last month but was planning to return and one left friday just for brief visit to the united states. Let's begin with nasseri nawa. She was in kabul until friday and joins us from lincoln nebraska where. She's a fulbright scholar at the university of nebraska. She's a former journalist with bbc. Persian based in kabul and her piece published monday in the washington. Post is titled. Taleban nightmare came true. I left but my sister couldn't in it. She writes quote since before. I left kabul a few days ago. I keep having the same nightmare. My sister running sweating bleeding followed by taliban fighters on the streets of kabul then. The nightmare came true now screen now while your sister is journalists like you tell us what happened to her on sunday after the taliban seized control and since then she was out of the house like so many other people in kabul because every mos- so to fight in the spirit to complete some official documents and apply for visas for in other countries. My sister was Bank to take some money but defined refused to to get their money almost two days before their take over that Bags didn't have enough money. So we we were actually facing with Difficult things that we were singing. Something bad is happening but not social satan than they get the power by my sister here that everyone is shouting of taliban came and you should run away so she starts running to a house and she cannot find her way out of that crowd and she's so scared and crying so finally. She finds her way to the apartment but at the house. Just my family is coming. They they will start killing people right now at. It won't be something in easy comb so and they tried to call people to help my sister get out of the country moments and it failed because light got cancelled. And can you talk about what her situation is. Now and all the other people you know of who are trying to leave a gobbled trying to leave lana assan. They are totally hopeless in the stuck at their houses. They don't dare to go out Provoking something and the only hope is right now that The normal life resumed enough ghanistan. The start number flights that everyone can use it because not everyone can get that emergency opportunity that the united states offer to offer to owner able people in afghanistan of my sister just told me an hour ago did receive guests from City in other province They hair that you can just go out by reaching to the airport but but it's not easy At our house and they cannot find their way to airport taliban. Don't allow anyone at it. It's it's just violence.

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Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Emerges in the UAE

Here & Now

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Emerges in the UAE

"United Arab Emirates says it is accepted former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his family for humanitarian considerations. Ghani fled Afghanistan just as the Taliban approach Kabul Statement, carried by the U. S State run news agency did not say where Ghani was in the country.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Post Reports

"Making sure that they didn't get into the hands of the taliban women. The taliban has been taking some american weapons for years. So maybe they figured that was more of the same. But you're asking a really great question here which is you know. Why didn't he take steps to sort of make the pull out. Not as terrible as it became. You know. I think on one hand you know you saw the president trying to frankly paint a very rosy picture and offer an assessment about the likelihood that the afghan forces would stand up. That was very much not in keeping with the advice. He seems to have been getting at least from his intelligence agencies so when the president does that is he putting spin on things is he not understanding what he's hearing is he misleading the public. Because he doesn't want to you know kind of own the disaster or make it seem as dire. I dunno. i suspect we'll we'll find that out so now that the us is essentially going to be dealing with an afghanistan that is run by the taliban. How does that change our national security risks. As a country i think at arguably increases them significantly. I mean we are. The united states is putting a big bet on the taliban acting as i guess what we would call in relative terms a responsible actor which is to say not allowing afghanistan to become a safe haven for terrorist groups the way it was before the september eleventh attacks whether they will make good on that commitment remains be seen and i think that's really the big one big question we don't have a force nef ghanistan right now. We don't have an embassy in afghanistan right now which means we're not we don't have. Cia personnel on the ground running spies running agents. We're gonna have a really hard time collecting intelligence from within the country. We're going to have to rely on satellite imagery on communications intercepts. We're going to try and do this. Counter terrorism mission from afar. That's gonna be really hard so really the future of afghanistan and our security there. An intentional thrust us really rests with. I think what the taliban decides to do and how aggressive the united states is going to be encountering any threats like if we see terrorist camps rebuilding portions of afghanistan. Do we go in and take them out. We bomb them. Do we send in special operations forces to kind of get in and get out. I think you could expect that the administration would do that. And they're betting that the taliban knows they would and will potentially take steps to make sure that those terrorist groups don't set up base there but we're gonna have to see what happens. I also wanna talk a little bit more about the afghan president ashraf ghani who essentially fled the country over the weekend. Even hearing president biden. Talk about president ghani's departure. I feel like you could sense some animosity there or frustration or disappointment that this president did not stay in place to try to lead his country. And in fact that was part of biden's argument for you know. Look if the afghans are not going to do the work to try to keep their country intact like why are we gonna stay there but i wonder like what role does ghani playing this and also we're is he like. What do we know about the circumstances under which he fled and why he is not in the country. I'm not sure where he is right now. I believe i've seen reports that he's in a neighboring country Yeah the anger from president. Biden was palpable against you know ghani and by extension the political leadership of kenniston who he sees as essentially abandoning the country afghanistan political leaders gave up and fled the country. The afghan military collapsed sometime without trying to fight again. This is in the category of things that we really need to know more about. But i find it very telling that he left as quickly as he did. I mean it. Almost felts negotiated in a way. I'm not saying that it was but we've seen reports. I should say provincial. Officials striking deals with the taliban in advance them coming into their cities and basically just handing over the keys. This was really a question to for the white house. I mean the you know the leader to leader communication. Did we not understand that he was going to pack up and go or did we know if we had a sense that he was going to leave this quickly. That might have been a tell for us because once the president of afghanistan left. I mean that was the signal that effectively the the game was over that the taliban was going to face no real resistance and when they came into kabul. But i should say to. You know the this kind of dim view that president biden and others have of ashraf. Ghani i mean this really goes. I think for a lot of the political class afghanistan over the years. I mean you're talking about a government where corruption has been endemic. And i think you know. A generation of us officials have just been very clear light and skeptical about their ability to to maintain a country absent us presidents and assistance. So in that sense. I don't know that anybody had a lot of hopes that ghani was going to try. And you know hold down the ford fight to the bitter end. But what i also find. You know so remarkable about this moment is that it's almost like it's it's so hard for us as americans to believe that. An american president would knowingly walk away from a country understanding that it was just going to descend indicate loss and be overtaken by militant fundamentalists. But that's what happened. I mean he knew that this would occur. Think it's hard for a lot of americans to swallow this right now. The idea that knowing how likely it was that things would go very badly that he still made the decision to go. But he's been very frank about that in his comments and it's just it's it's so stunning for me to see. I think because it's so at odds with what three successive american presidents have told us there which is that you know. There were hopeful about the mission. You know we're trying to build stability. We're trying to get the government to a place where it can stand on its own. I mean what we're finding now. Is that free years. People have privately understood that that was not likely to be the case. And you know it's striking to hear an american president basically say you know. Come on quick hitting yourself like we're going and he is stuck by.

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Taliban Takes Full Control of Afghanistan

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Taliban Takes Full Control of Afghanistan

"Chief foreign correspondent. Richard engel as you probably know. He has spent big portions of the last two decades of his life in afghanistan during the war. There richard also just weeks ago reported on some of the last fierce fighting by elite afghan commando units fighting against taliban forces. We know that was some of the last fighting like that. That there was in afghanistan and richard. Was there in the middle of it but now that the taliban have been able to take control of. I all the provincial capitals and then the whole country including kabul without fighting at all not in a military operation but just in what appears to have been a negotiated surrender by afghan government forces and the afghan military all over the country as the taliban have now walked in to kabul without firing a shot. Richard has been there reporting around the clock as they have taken over again. As i mentioned we have been battling technical difficulties as you might imagine for some obvious reasons. But i do believe we've got our dear friend. Richard engel now joining us live. Richard thank you. I'm sorry to have you up at this hour. Thank you no problem at all. Comes with the territory with your show seriously seriously. I have bad technical. Gremlins karma as you know from the very beginning richard. Let me just ask you how you are right now. What this last few days has been like for you with all that you've seen in kabul over the years and what you're expecting over the day that is newly donning right now where you stand. So the taliban are spreading their wings they are establishing more and more of their control. They're trying to establish a government. The first two days in power they were coming out of the woodwork. So to speak they were battling lueders because that that happened here there was a collapse of law and order when ashraf ghani. The president fled when all the police fled. Even local security guards

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Three Killed at Kabul’s Airport Amid Effort to Flee Taliban

WSJ What's News

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Three Killed at Kabul’s Airport Amid Effort to Flee Taliban

"We begin this morning in afghanistan on your firm. The taliban claimed victory sunday after sweeping unopposed into the capital city of kabul president. Ashraf ghani fled abroad. Police deserted their posts and the afghan government collapsed now in chaotic scenes. The us along with western diplomats and thousands of afghans are trying to get out on sunday secretary of state. Antony blinken told abc news. This week with george stephanopoulos that the withdrawal would happen in a safe and orderly fashion. We're working to make sure that our personnel are safe and secure were relocating The men and women of our embassy to location at the airport this morning at least three people were killed by gunfire at the passenger terminal of kabul's international airport officials at the us central command. Were immediately available for

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Afghanistan: The Taliban Has Gained Ground at Surprising Speed

POLITICO Dispatch

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Afghanistan: The Taliban Has Gained Ground at Surprising Speed

"Afghan army is quickly losing ground throughout the country to the taliban now to bolster its flagging military. The government is arming militias to help in the fight and by the way it should be said. This was the expectation the expectation was that if the us left afghanistan and foreign troops also left that the taliban would do a takeover right. This isn't the surprising part. The surprising part is the speed. And that's what's caught everyone off guard. They started by taking a parental capital zaranj. Just over a week ago right. The taliban have captured the capital of afghanistan's nimruz province as they step up their across the country earlier in the day gunman shot and killed the head of the afghan government's media and inflammation and really taken almost every provincial capital since With kabul really the last main wanting to fall the situation on the ground in kabul rapidly deteriorates. Us forces there are rushing to evacuate all personnel from the embassy or images online. Coming out right now inside kabul the presidential palace overrun by the taliban as you noted. Us officials have confirmed to fox news that afghan president ashraf ghani fled the country. So at this point you've basically seen a complete collapse of the afghan military of afghan authority in just over a week or so. The blistering taliban gains have reportedly taken some us officials by surprise but many this week including president biden have kept the focus on the afghan governments. Need to defend itself. Gotta fight for themselves simply stunned everyone in the us and around the world and it is arguably already one of the most successful guerrilla urged campaigns in history. I mean think about it. You have a militant group that in a matter of days not only looks like it's going to depose a government but a government backed by a major foreign power. It's quite

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The Taliban Has Retaken Control of Afghanistan

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:01 min | 9 months ago

The Taliban Has Retaken Control of Afghanistan

"We begin in afghanistan where the taliban are now in control of the capital kabul and much of the country having made sweeping advances in recent weeks following the withdrawal of us forces. The militant group took over the presidential palace where it says it will declare a new islamic emirate of afghanistan. President ashraf ghani fled the country on sunday while american and western nations scramble to evacuate diplomats and their citizens earlier today monocle producer. Emma searle spoke to charlie faulkner a correspondent based in kabul. Here's what she had to say about. The chaotic scenes on the ground The streets of kabul of being obsolete of clogged with traffic this we out of it was down to displaced people fleeing from conflict in the provinces in other parts of the countries that are flooding into kabul in the hope of some sort of support but certainly yesterday morning the chaos on the streets was very much down to people desperately trying to get cash out of the. Atm's trying to buy different sim cards. So that if communication lines go down this sort of increasing their options really of still being connected in some way people were sort of packing up and moving into different relatives houses of moving out to the center because they were expecting some sort taliban attack. But what actually unfolded was that by the mid afternoon following this crazy league. Celtic morning the city sort of just fell into. It's very eerie quiet nurse whereby people were home just waiting ready for the news of what was going to come watching social media keeping an eye on the news and then we always he got the news that was going to be a transition of power from the afghan government to to the taliban

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Taliban Seek to Project Calm as US Speeds Chaotic Evacuation

AP News

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Taliban Seek to Project Calm as US Speeds Chaotic Evacuation

"The U. S. ministry took over Afghanistan's has space in the chaotic at times with accu rate that's the Taliban rolled into the capital Kabul the Taliban swept into the capital of to the western backed government collapsed in president Ashraf Ghani fled the country the militants trying to project calm amid widespread fears of unrest videos circulating the internet sales team hundreds of people based on my naked Hamid Karzai's national anthem as they tried to flee the country the U. S. embassy has been evacuated and the American flag loads with diplomats relocating to the apple to aid with evacuations I'm Karen Thomas

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Nothing to Break the Fall: Afghanistan

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:31 min | 9 months ago

Nothing to Break the Fall: Afghanistan

"Over the weekend afghanistan's acting interior minister warned citizens not to fall prey to taliban propaganda assuring them that the capital kabul would be safe but it was not safe kabul was the last bastion of government control at any pretense that the government had any disappeared. As reports emerged that president ashraf ghani had fled the country. Afghanistan is now squarely under taliban rule just as it was twenty years ago when america invaded. What brought off on your fan man. Mulata the dara renault this morning the taliban released video claiming a great victory congratulating the people of couple on their new leadership and claiming now is the time to give serenity to the nation law so the serenity is distant crowds continued together at kabul airport hoping to hitch rides on the evacuations. Being haphazardly arranged by western powers there was always a risk that as american forces and nato allies withdrew from afghanistan that the taliban would surge but with three times the troop numbers no one predicted. The afghan forces would fold so fast when the soviet union withdrew from afghanistan at the end of the nineteen eighties. The regime that they created losted for several

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Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Afghanistan Conflict: As Kabul Falls, Biden Backlash Grows

"Departure of the U. S from Afghanistan has some making comparisons to the fall of Saigon in Vietnam back in 1975, as thousands are desperately trying to get on air lifts out of the country, hearing reports of U. S. C. 17 aircraft carrying hundreds of people These planes are meant for just around 100 paratroopers. They're fitting as many U. S personnel and US allies in these planes as possible, trying to very quickly get people out of harm's way. There are also reports of sporadic gun Fire around the airfield that in some cases will temporarily slowed down how many planes are able to take off? But this process will continue. We understand. Additionally, across Kabul there are Taliban fighters that have taken over key government buildings, including the presidential palace. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was inside before he fled the country for a jinxed reporting The Taliban moved in quickly this weekend took control of key strategic locations with relative ease. Leading to blame the Biden administration for underestimating the Taliban forces.

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Taliban Take Presidential Palace

KQED Radio

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Taliban Take Presidential Palace

"Course in Afghanistan, with the Taliban claiming victory after seizing the capital, Kabul, bringing to a swift end 20 years of the U. S. Led coalition's presence in the country fighters have seized the presidential palace. The government has collapsed. President Ashraf Ghani has fled There's chaos at Kabul airport, particularly with residents and foreign nationals trying to get out lots to make sense of add to that the United States says all of its embassy staff in Kabul now assembled at the international airport, ready to be flown out of the country in the coming hours. More than 60 countries have signed a statement saying all Afghans and other citizens who want to leave Afghanistan must be allowed to depart and we've heard from a Taliban spokesman. He's told the BBC that they are working to form a new government in Afghanistan and has urged calm a little bit later

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Afghan president flees the country as Taliban move on Kabul

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Afghan president flees the country as Taliban move on Kabul

"As the Taliban into the Afghan capital U. S. officials say the international airport has been closed to commercial flights as minute tree evacuations continue the suspension of commercial flights cuts off one of the last options for Afghans trying to flee from Taliban rule meanwhile Afghanistan's embattled president Ashraf Ghani was one of the lucky ones he managed to flee alongside other Afghans and foreigners the president's departure signals the end of a twenty year Weston experiments aimed at remaking Afghanistan the Taliban said it would soon announce the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan from the presidential palace I'm Karen Thomas

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Haiti Earthquake: At Least 700 People Dead, More Than 2,800 Injured

Kim Komando

00:16 sec | 9 months ago

Haiti Earthquake: At Least 700 People Dead, More Than 2,800 Injured

"Ashraf Ghani fled the country. The number of confirmed dead from yesterday's massive earthquake in Haiti has risen sharply to more than 700. Haiti's Office of Civil Protection says the 7.2 magnitude quake also injured at least 2800. The U. S and

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Pope Francis Calls for Peace in Afghanistan

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Pope Francis Calls for Peace in Afghanistan

"The pope's prayers come as a Taliban enters Kabul, the Afghan capital, and is negotiating a takeover of the government. Taliban official says the group will soon declare the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan from the presidential palace right in the capital that was the name of the country under the Taliban government ousted by US led forces after the 9 11 terrorist attacks Now the official did speak on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to brief media. Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has left the country. Meanwhile, Pope Francis also says his hope here is that the din of weapons ends and solutions can be found around a table of dialogue. The Department of

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Afghan official says Taliban negotiators heading to presidential palace

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Afghan official says Taliban negotiators heading to presidential palace

"Are said to be at the presidential palace in Kabul today seeking the unconditional surrender of the central government. Afghan officials say the president Ashraf Ghani, has left the country. Meanwhile, helicopters buzzed overhead to evacuate personnel from the U. S embassy. While smoke rose near the compound. Staff destroyed important documents can watch White

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview

"Anderson. Today we have something pretty special. It's a chance to talk with the man who arguably has the single most challenging job in the entire world. Dr guy has been distinguished anthropologist at the world bank and now he is the president of afghanistan so this country you know i had the great good fortune to spend several years there as as a boy between the ages of ten and thirty and then again eighteen at a time when the country was at peace my father was an ophthalmologist working there and Seeing this nation with its beautiful mountains it's valets an extraordinary people. It really it. It will never leave my head. It is such a special place. It's been absolutely heart breaking to see that it has been racked by one war after another and to run that country. I mean that is just an impossible job and yet this man talk kearney. As i think you'll you're here. He doesn't sound like a typical politician. A philosopher spirit in there. You actually gave a ted talk in two thousand five on how to rebuild a better state and of course. He's trying to put some of those ideas into practice. Now whenever i have the honour of speaking with dr. Danny i learned something new. I heard his nuanced thoughts on what to make this two decades old war that has cost so much in both blood and treasure and how he handles delicate relationships with the us with pakistan with his political rivals but most four he teaches me. How the deep thousand traditions of a country torn by might actually have a lot. Teach us about making peace so this interview was recorded before a live audience. That ted twenty twenty which is going on now and into july. Let's begin salon com. Thank you for coming and spending this time with us You are facing issues that almost no one else on the planet is is having to face. Help us understand your country. Doctor garnet the new york times in recent article described afghanistan in this language the impoverished central asian country once unfamiliar to many americans now symbolizes endless conflict foreign entanglements and an incubator of terrorist plots. How would you describe. Afghanistan attempts catches one side of the story..

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:20 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on AP News

"In Kabul president Ashraf Ghani was sworn in for another term after being declared the winner of September selection but next door rival Abdullah Abdullah was also sworn in after charging voter fraud they both say they're in charge which is threatening to wreck the peace process after the U. S. and the Taliban signed a deal last month to go she Asians between Afghans themselves word to start tomorrow which is now what near impossibility after duly inaugurations Sager mag Donny at the White House

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans I'm salmon singer CBS news correspondent of palaces some Americans have been quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan because of that new virus or about to be taken off the luxury cruise ship is being worded Yokohama for over a week now it seems an eternity it still has five more days of quarantine but Americans on board could return to the U. S. as early as Sunday when chartered planes pick them up the bad news they're expected to undergo further quarantine in the US passenger Matt Smith isn't happy with their lack of support he says he's been getting from US officials my government has succeeded in making me feel like a pariah the virus has killed more than fifteen hundred people the vast majority in China defense secretary Marquez versus a truce agreement between the United States and the Taliban has response looks very promising Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says Taliban fighters now have to make a choice critical test is going to be what they were the Taliban except in election as the mechanism the crucial mechanism of referring to the Afghan people or do they still have the view of complex that's process it's time to give peace a chance through a political negotiation of fourteen year old man arrested in the fatal stabbing over Barnard College student in a Manhattan park in December police commissioner Dermot shears says Roshan weaver is being charged as an adult we are confident that we have the person in custody who stepped up and that person will face justice in a court of law he was charged with second degree murder and robbery in the attack on eighteen year old Tessa majors the thirteen year old boy had already been arrested and charged as a juvenile with felony murder parts of Mississippi you're dealing with serious flooding after days of heavy rain imitate Reeves says be careful out there highways they may experience either lane closures or potentially we may even see how ways having to be closed because the water levels some residents have already been evacuated because of flooding a ban prohibiting pit bulls in Danvers expected to remain in place after the mayor announced plans to veto legislation that would have lifted the restriction Mar Michael Hancock veto to repeal on the band citing concerns the ordinance doesn't fully addressed the risk of injury resulting from attacks from those dog the city council scheduled a vote Tuesday and requires nine votes to override the veto but the repeal measure only pass the council with seven votes when it was first introduced this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans millions of Americans finance the home of their dreams with their help they can help you to rocket mortgage push button get mortgage now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com engineers are investigating a water leak in the southbound.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Serving those who serve vine J. Metzler fox news we thank god for your help and all of the things that you've done a very special people and you don't even know how much the people of our country I love and respect you and they do it so I'm here I'm just bringing the message president trump bringing both the message and the meals serving thanksgiving dinner to our troops at Bagram air base in Afghanistan his first trip to that country this was a very stealthy mission I've never seen such a mission usually it's a sort of open secret when a president flies to a war zone but this was a very very close hold only a few people at the White House knew about it his chief of staff Mick Mulvaney traveled with him as did Stephanie Grisham the spokesman he also had a Robert o'brien the national security adviser on board with him and John brass so the senator from Wyoming but it was a very small group and very few people knew about it box Pentagon correspondent Jennifer Griffin president trump also had a brief meeting with Afghan president Ashraf Ghani before heading home he says Taliban leaders are interested in making peace pro democracy demonstrators waving American flags in Hong Kong holding signs and chanting thank you America president trump signing legislation that could impose sanctions on Chinese and Hong Kong officials for human rights abuses China's foreign minister indicating it could have an adverse effect on trade talks and Asian markets.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston's newsradio local this is Boston's news radio WBZ ten thirty and I forty three degrees we of overcast skies in Boston it is four thirty on this thanksgiving day Thursday afternoon thanks for joining us I'm Jim McKay and here's what's happening for a surprise trip to Afghanistan for president trump addressing servicemen and women also meeting with Afghanistan's president Ashraf Ghani the president saying the two sides will be discussing a drawdown of some American troops once again talks with the Taliban had been called off by the administration earlier this year as thousands are still serving on Afghanistan soil as we speak with the president hoping to bring some of those troops home soon there are currently thirteen thousand U. S. troops in Afghanistan around eight thousand are involved in a mission to train advise and assist Afghan security forces five thousand are involved in counterterrorism missions nineteen U. S. service members have been killed in Afghanistan this year the deadliest for American troops in five years in two thousand fourteen the U. S. transition from a combat mission to a training mission most recent deaths occurred last week when an Apache helicopter crashed killing two pilots on board president trump with at Dover Air Force base when the remains were returned to the U. S. Karen Travers ABC news Washington and the president in Afghanistan today also helping serve the thanksgiving day dinner for troops at the Bagram air base for more on this throughout the evening tonight on WBZ newsradio ten thirties for thirty one back here at home for many thanksgiving means travel and wallets starting to clear out in Boston right now for many of us we saw wind and lots of rain earlier but that's nothing compared to what's going on across the Midwest ABC's Alex Perez is at o'hare airport in Chicago this is one of the busiest holiday thanksgiving holiday travel periods more than thirty one million people will be traveling over the course of the long holiday weekend that's up from last year the busiest day still ahead of us that's on Sunday there you go Sundays or watching out for here in New England especially on those roadways with overnight temperatures hitting below freezing later tonight in different spots Friday and Saturday chances of that as well Sunday we're gonna be seeing some rain and snort the town to see some sleet and snow it's four thirty two and of course what would be the thanksgiving holiday without a little football some of the oldest high school rivalries in the country going toe to tell on this thanksgiving Thursday here in New England W. B. C.'s Kevin Coleman was at one such match up just south of Boston Quincy high presidents and the north Quincy high readers meet seventh annual Turkey bowl played at veterans Memorial Stadium before the game former Quincy high school principal Lloyd hill was honored during the coin toss Lloyd tells me how big this robbery is is one of the great high school rivalries in the state in the on I jumped into the Quincy high student section during the game we're Jake says it's his senior year and hasn't seen his football team win as a student for Clinton lost for years this is a as a like a quick lets get this W. in Quincy Kevin Coleman WBZ Boston's news radio and north Quincy edging out Quincy twenty to six will also have more in sports coming up with Dan Watkins said about four forty two but for now four thirty.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Do over I'm David green and I'm no well king Israelis are voting again after Benjamin Netanyahu could not form a majority coalition it's not clear whether this time will be any different. voters in fall river Massachusetts decide whether to reelect there twenty seven year old mayor he's facing federal indictment and in Lancaster County Pennsylvania a culture clash is some Amish move from farms to suburbs it is Tuesday September seventeenth hall of fame basketball coach Phil Jackson is seventy four. in the news is next. live from NPR news in Washington on trial Snyder amid heightened tension between Iran and the U. S. C. Ron supreme leader is ruling out any prospect of a meeting between the two countries his remarks today appears to put an end to speculation at a high level meeting was possible here's impairs Greg my re there's been talk the president trump might meet with Iran's president at the United Nations General Assembly in New York later this month but Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei mai was quoted on state television as saying there will be no talks with the US at any level trump says it appears likely that Iran was behind the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities this past weekend the strike cause significant damage further inflamed the region in pushed up oil prices worldwide Iran denies that it was responsible but it says it will push back against trump's maximum pressure campaign which includes tough oil sanctions Greg my re NPR news Washington the death toll is rising in two separate bombings in Afghanistan policing COBOL I'll say at least twenty two people were killed in the bombing there twenty four were killed at any election rally north of Kabul attended by president Ashraf Ghani Connie was not harmed the federal reserve's policy making federal open market committee begins two days of meetings today Steve Beckner says chairman Sharon pal and his colleagues seem likely to cut short term interest rates again it's very unlikely the fed will do as president trump is urged and cut rates to zero or less an apparent allusion to the European central banks negative interest rate stance but after cutting the federal funds rate for the first time in eleven years in late July fed officials do seem ready to lower that key overnight rate another quarter point to a range of one and three quarters to two percent palace call the outlook favorable and downplayed recession risks but he and his fellow policy makers have warned that trade tensions and global slowing. could cause the economy to deteriorate analysts are keen for any signals of further rate cuts for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner Israelis voting today in a repeat election after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to form a government after elections in the spring and pierced Daniel Estrin is in Tel Aviv the time now is main opponent is former army general Benny guns right wing parties won more votes in the last elections this time gun supporters are sticking with him but are not optimistic voter AVI who that he wanted.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The live than doing what we have to do a bang by training on a lot so the manager thought about this on the professionals and that is that the the planning as well as the recovery period after that so our system to go in terms of system is activated slowly and anybody standing by waiting for the moment for them to execute the values aspects of their responsibility you are the disaster manager it is your job to remain calm and and you sound that way in this moment. but can you just give us a sense of the emotional tenor of the room that you're ran all these people fielding all these phone calls from frantic in the individuals. it's very difficult you know some of the but sometimes in the form of indicated how they feel and and difficult for them to add a different a class to help and none of us into a panicking for there's reason though it takes a toll on you and at the end of the day you know we do have the most fashionable back counseling and other services technological support so that's going to be important especially considering the expected be a very difficult hurricane ever to stop they might sound quality of life of many many buttons and putting some of the person sitting in as well. on corn as she is the disaster manager for grand Bahama he spoke to us on the line from Freeport the capital thank you so much and stay safe thank you and them thanks for calling. we're seeing signs of hope for a peace deal in Afghanistan Afghan president Ashraf Ghani is currently reviewing a draft agreement reached by the U. S. and the Taliban he has promised a response in coming days meanwhile though the violence is far from over in Afghanistan this weekend there were two attacks Afghan officials say were carried out by the Taliban and there is violence in neighboring Pakistan to a bombing there earlier this month highlights the powerful and easy role that country plays in these peace negotiations and yours do you have deep reports from Islamabad. six of long contended that Pakistan is held some sway of the Taliban by offering them shelter if not outright support but the extent of Pakistan's influence over the insurgents isn't clear and that's deliberately sore this is Steven tangle professor in the school of international service at the American University they have long since made a practice of simultaneously trying to down play. air support for the Taliban while simultaneously trying to argue that any deal with the Taliban has to go down but Pakistan has enough influence that it's been assisting negotiations they're expected to allow most American forces withdraw from Afghanistan in return for the insurgents agreeing not to allow the country to become a base for global terror attacks. to kick start negotiations last October Pakistan release the co founder of the Taliban that man Melissa how did honey but all dot is now the Taliban's chief negotiator and in December of president trump's request Pakistani officials prodded the insurgents to take negotiations more seriously that was off the talks appeared to falter this is Mindy how awesome at the Brookings Institution I think I guess I was very aware all of its strategic importance here she says Pakistan is trying to assert its own interests in Afghanistan hi guest on doesn't want huge conflict in Afghanistan but it always wants to be relevant the Taliban make Pakistan more relevant than the outgoing government which you're has issues with Pakistan the key is when foreign forces leave an off guns negotiate a political future. I'm the boss said to is a retired diplomat and president of the pox don institute for conflict in security studies in Islamabad he says Pakistan ones off guns to delay their upcoming presidential elections if the election solder Haiti you have like do a president can up on your stock doctors flood complicate the situation on the ground. Dan perhaps the next step would be to postpone this election and come up with the notion unity com that will include the Taliban but how much power should they have shot Lateef is a retired air vice marshal he often helps journalists understand the thinking of the pox on a military I think Bacchus non of supporting Taliban in getting to the mainstream part which means they should be part of the government. and perhaps the word will not accept Taliban they're taking over complete harness on so I think we need to talk to Taliban reach economical solution with them look he says the car enough gone government led by president shrub honey is seen as friendly to the bitter enemy India any government that is dependent on India will certainly not have any good feelings for park so there is obviously unacceptable off guns have long resented pox don's involvement in the country's affairs and their relations with the Taliban some fear if the insurgents a pot of an interim government will impose the harsh version of Islamic law or just seize power out right but bosses the retired diplomat says Pakistan wants prevent chaos from in golf in Afghanistan and potentially destabilizing his country's well do you have date NPR news Islamabad. this is NPR news on KQ we do the time now seven nineteen on Labor Day here's no Baker with area traffic.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:39 min | 3 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the crisis. It's chair, Dr Patrick Kapoor also threatened to take further action who for that? Besides that shoe traditional military fields over power to civilian letters show ability without any for that. The council automatically impose punitive measures on individuals and entities that are obstructing the establishment of physical, lead transitional authority, the decision comes after Sudanese security forces shot dead dozen to protest is in the capital cartoon the health ministry. There says, sixty one people died in the violence, but doctors linked to the opposition protest movement. Say more than one hundred civilians were shot dead. According Germany, has convicted a former nurse of killing five patients in his care news HOGAN is believed to be the most prolific murderer in Germany's postwar history prosecutors said he injected his victims with an undescribed medication in an apparent attempt to impress colleagues by then trying to revive the patients who go has been given a second life sentence after convictions in a previous trial. Christiane mullebeck is a spokesman for the victims families. He said the hospitals where her goal worked needed to be held to. Account from Sean, as I promised my family at the time that I would not only ensure that the killer goes to prison that also those responsible. I believe it's very important for all to bring those responsible to Justice, who made it possible that these murders became a series of murders, a massive security. Operation is in place in the Indian city of Amrita. The thirty fifth anniversary of the Indian army's deadliest salt on the Golden Temple thousands of security personnel have been deployed, here's our South Asia correspondent rajini Vaidyanathan the Golden Temple and number it's our is the most sacred and symbolic shrine in Sikhism in one thousand nine hundred eighty four it became the scene of some of the bloodiest violence. The faith has faced when Indian government forces stormed it in an operation to drive out seek separatists the government said around four hundred people were killed, including nearly ninety soldiers, but seek groups maintain that the death toll was far higher and included. Many. Worshipers commemorations for those killed passed off peacefully today. The Afghan president Ashraf Ghani is coming under fire for green to release almost nine hundred mainly Taliban prisoners as a goodwill. Gesture, for aid, Mr Guy, who's term ended last month announced the move on Tuesday. But the identity of the inmates wasn't known until now several candidates for September's. Presidential election said the release was illegal world news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. Good morning, emergency personnel are on the scene of apparently in a major vehicle crash near the US military academy at West Point officials there have confirmed that there was an incident earlier this morning in the vicinity of the camp, natural bridge training side and Orange County. Travelers advised to avoid route two ninety three for the first time in decades, Democrats control, both houses of the state legislature in Albany with significant majorities. But WNYC's Fred mogul reports that. Even so internal divisions are slowing down several bills. Governor Cuomo in many Democrats, think New York state should give undocumented immigrants driver's licenses but six Long Island Democrats say, they're not so sure Senator Jim Gordon from Suffolk County says he's trying to figure out the licenses would make the roads, safer or more dangerous. And there's some issues concerned with law enforcement, but state Senator Diane Savino says she's also from a conservative area Staten Island and the Long Island six should use facts, ticks, and supportive statements from business groups to over come their constituents fear of immigrants. Public advocate Germany Williams is joining the outrage over the prosecution of the nineteen thousand nine central park, jogger case Williams wants action taken against to key prosecutors in that case Elizabeth Lederer, and Linda fairstein, black men are the most incarcerated people in the history of the earth. In the history of the earth. Linda fifteen Elizabeth letter helped perpetuate them Williams, spoke after watching Netflix miniseries focusing on the men wrongfully. Convicted they were teenagers at the time and the city's taken dozens of ice cream trucks off the road for allegedly dodging millions of dollars and traffic violations. The finance department seized forty six trucks as part of what it calls operation meltdown officials say the truck owners racked up about four point five million dollars in fines over nearly a decade, and frequently reregistered the vehicles through phony shell companies. This is WNYC at nine oh six. Hello, welcome to NewsHour from the BBC. Well service, it comes to live from Australia's in central London. I'm Russia today. We'll have extensive coverage of the seventy fifth anniversary of this people of western Europe. Landing was made this morning on the coast of France by troops of the allied expeditionary force. This landing is part of the concerted United Nations plan for the liberation of Europe, General Eisenhower on d day when allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy and began the, to end the Nazi Germany occupation of France. We'll hear the memories of those who were there and ask how today's transatlantic alliance has stood the test of time to stay with us for that story. We begin today, though, with Sudan, a country that has plunged into increasing uncertainty and brutal violence on Monday security forces attacked a weeks, long sitting outside the army headquarters in the capital. Cartoon dozens of people have been killed, though, the numbers on disputed, the assault was the worst violence in Sudan. Since April the eleventh when Omar al-bashir was overthrown. He had been in power for three decades. The ensuing talks between the transitional military council and the opposition would not making enough progress, which is why the demonstrators continued to protest consistent a numerous reports say the paramilitary unit the fed rapid security forces, also known as the Jeonju, we'd, which gained notoriety for brutal atrocities, in the full conflict in western, Sudan, back in two thousand and three is now roaming the streets and initiating random violence this morning. We got through to three women who fled from the paramilitaries, and now in hiding in a house in cartoon they asked us not to use either their names or their voices for fear of being identified. So we've stopped what they told us my first question. What evidence do they have? That the rapid support forces and the John Jay we'd a one and the same the either part of the rapid support forces, they are them, actually they were wearing the uniform of the rapid support forces and it was clear from their accent. And what is it about the accent, then that distinguishes them and makes us think that it was the judge he'd well here in Sudan, we have different accents, depending on which part of Sudan, you're from you can distinguish it? Can you give us a sense of what's happening today because there is, of course from the outside world's perspective. The government is saying that x number of people were in fact, killed the opposition are saying, far more have been killed is the violence continuing today. Yes, the violence is continuing. But in a very random way, they stop people in the street. They asked them to leave their cars. They beat them. They pee on them the humiliate them they. They still people you can't predict what they could do in the streets, and it's your it's your understanding that they are being given free rein to do what they want to do, it seems like that less than an hour ago. We heard gunshots in a residential neighborhoods, and there's no need for gunshots. They're just randomly attacking people. Terrorizing people and how do you account for that? Why are they doing that obviously to scare people? So they make sure people don't go out in the streets to stop people from demonstrating, they're giving us a taste of what could be to them. This is just a fraction of what they can expose. They've been practicing this for years. And now they're giving us a taste of what could happen to him. Let's go back to Monday. You said you've been in hiding since Monday. What happened to you on Monday on Monday? We were all at the Sitton. It was the last day of Ramadan. We go to phone call from our friend that we should find a place to hide because hundreds and hundreds of pickups were on their way to. Attack then they started shooting. So we found an electrician control room. We hid there we were on the ground flat on the ground. Trying to hide from the live ammunition. The rapid support forces attacked the room and they showed a small glass window right on the top of where we were hiding, we started begging them, not to shoot. Luckily, they didn't shoot us but they were standing at the exit door beating everybody who was running outside the room, brutally with sticks. Whips different kinds of sticks and whips and they will men men and women in this hiding in this room. Yes. Men women and old ladies. Yes. Then they led us to this wired caged area on the way they were beating us about ten of them at that point beating soul and on the left as we were running. There was a building skeleton of a building, that's still under construction with snipers shooting randomly, then they asked us to jump over barbed wire as they beat us. We were trying to jump over the fence, one of the women, the old lady, that was with us her clothes got stuck on the wire, and he would beat her as he. Laughed an apologizing at the same time. So it was very confusing psychological manipulation, you know, he would apologize but at the same time he would beat her calling her mother, we jumped over the fence. And after we jumped they didn't give us a chance. They just beat you and your forced to run away as they beat you. We have to run through them on each side as they beat us. They were insulting us and making comments about our clothing and saying, are you doctors because three of us were wearing eyeglasses. They were provoked by the glasses because in their head. It's a sign of education or something, I don't know. The snipers were still shooting. They were still beating us. We went forward as we were being beaten, and we kept on finding more and more of them and this lasted for about an hour. So as we reached a small green patch offense area in the middle of the street where they told us to sit and locked us in there until the pickups arrived, as we were sitting there, some of us were injured badly, and then the RSF soldier said things like how about we just set them on fire or how about we just let two of them go and kill the rest, or some of them would just give us. I gestures like a sexual implication. You know, we were waiting there for about half an hour, as we were being insulted, the beatings stopped by then, and then the pickups arrived, we were trying our best to stick together as a group because we didn't know where they were taking us during all of this the shooting was going on. So we were terrified that we would get shot by random bullets and then they drove over the bridge,.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on AP News

"I stand here ready to work with you. To achieve historic breakthroughs for all Americans. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, dozens of other women Democrats are wearing white to that speech. It's a color favored by Suffragettes and the president's opponents who want him to see them from the day after the president speaks Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams who narrowly lost her bid to become the nation's first black female governor will deliver her party's response. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this space, some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say, customizable, closets with free design and ALPHA's adjustable shelving. And drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin plus right now, save thirty percent on elfin installation and earn up to five hundred dollars credit through February tenth container store where space comes from music coming from Afghan elders and Taliban representatives come together in Russia for talks aimed at ending years fighting, but his AP's Charles de LA desma reports they appear to have sidelined Afghan president Ashraf Ghani. He's government officials have criticized the Moscow gathering Adila, the country's chief executive says the government should be at the center of peace initiatives. Adding the bull would prefer the Moscow meeting had a different shape. A dentist says the Taliban are the biggest obstacle to peace. The Moscow meeting creates an opening real peace talks. It would be a step forward. The Taliban have been staging daily attacks in heavy casualties on the embattled Afghan army and security forces. I'm Charleston with this month. A lawyers group has filed a lawsuit accusing the federal government of maintaining inhumane conditions at a Brooklyn jail. After the power went out AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. The lawsuit filed by the federal defenders of New York charges after a fire caused a power outage at the jail the week ago. The facility was left largely without heater hot water with only limited electricity and a near total shutdown of medical services while guards came to work in coats and scarves, inmates were given no blankets or warm clothes as the temperature dropped the suit says there are sixteen hundred inmates in the lockup. Protesters gathered outside as word spread of conditions inside the suit also contends federal officials made misleading statements about the dire situation inside the electricity was restored Sunday evening. Warren Levinson, New York. President Trump's tapping the interior department's acting had to be it's permanent secretary eighty Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Says his work in the private sector is leading to divided opinions David bird heart's been leading interior since Ryan. Zinke resigned in December amid ethics investigations he was Zeki deputy before then and President Trump says Bernhardt stunt a fantastic job from the day. He arrived Bernhardt also was a lawyer and lobbyist for oil and gas companies and other interests with regulatory matters before the department while Republicans say that experience makes him an informed. Regulator Democrats ended Vira mental groups say it leaves them vulnerable to conflicts of interest. Saga megani at.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Cold enough to be dangerous in the upper midwest Kotas through Wisconsin and Minnesota down into Illinois and up to the Great Lakes the words bundle up. Don't quite capture. Just how frigid it really is. And it's it's Minnesota cold now. Just snow snow. Snow snow. So it's been tough. Really once it gets below like negative ten it really doesn't matter. What the number is. I'm not leaving. It doesn't take long for frostbite to set in on especially cold days. But with these bone chilling temperatures health experts warn anyone outside could get frostbite in as little as five minutes. And the national weather service says this dangerously cold weather is expected to hang around through Thursday in Chicago. Mike Tobin, Fox News. Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer has declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Michigan for Tuesday negotiators for the US. Taliban. Insurgents have reached agreements in principle on key issues for a peace deal that would end seventeen years of war. According to the chief U S unbelie the region who is now urging the insurgents to engage in direct talks with the government of. Afghan's president Ashraf Ghani murder charges have been filed against an undocumented man in Nevada accused of killing four people. You county District Attorney Chris heck says Wilbert Martinez. Guzman is facing multiple charges in his county. What someone status may be in the country has nothing to do with how we're preceding on this case Douglas county DA Mark Jackson, says even though the crimes happened in two different counties. One of those being his the DA's teamed up to file one case we understand that. There could be some legal issues associated with that. That will be resolved in the courts. He says the twenty year old El Salvadoran stole a gun from a couple in Reno killed two women without weapon in one county. Then went back to the home of the couple in Reno to kill them. He's been charged already in Carson city in connection with pawning his alleged victims, jewelry, Jessica Rosenthal. Fox News Monday. On Wall Street, the Dow losing nearly two hundred nine points, NASDAQ off seventy nine the S and P five hundred dropping almost twenty one points. I'm Jack Callaghan. This is Fox News. Some rain on the way Tuesday, follow by maybe a little rain and snow Tuesday night. But most of the moisture gone before we have chance to get any real snow tonight. We'll see clouds increasing lows in the thirties. Cloudy, Tuesday, rain towards evening, highs in the mid thirty s a little rain or snow early Tuesday night. I'm meteorologist Mark sibito. From the Weather Channel, I'm one oh, six one FM talk. I.

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"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"ashraf ghani" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has more than forty five thousand Afghan soldiers have been killed since he took office in September twenty fourteen. The latest numbers are far higher than figures provided by Mr. Garni last November. Here's embarrassing at Rajin speaking during a discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos, president Ashraf Ghani justified. The high casualty rate saying Afghan soldiers are doing most of the fighting not the international forces. It's a staggering casualty figure nearly thirty debts a day many analysts have described the current death rate as unsustainable an utterly demoralizing for the Afghan. Army military observers say that Afghan soldiers are spread too thinly on the ground on the Taliban exploited this by attacking isolated checkpoints and basis with ferocity. The Venezuelan opposition leader Honda. Why do has repeated his call to the military to support his movements to secure new and free elections. Addressing crowds in bolivar square in Caracas. Mr. Guido said the opposition controlled national assembly would be passing new amnesty law, which would be distributed by hand to military personnel. Will news from the BBC. The top human rights envoy working for the United Nations says Myanmar's army chief should be prosecuted for genocide against the Roe hinge Muslims they fled to Bangladesh following a military crackdown in seventeen he he the UN special reporter on human rights in. Myanmar said gentlemen, are laying had to be prosecuted for genocide a mining time in southeast Brazil has collapsed unleashing a torrent of mud in an area close to the city of blue or resulting in the state of Minardi arise. Could officials say rescue teams have been dispatched to the area television footage showed a helicopter team trying to pull out to survivors up to their waists in mud. Another video showed the moment the torrent tour across the road destroying houses in its path. Lack of air. Traffic controllers to flight delays in New York, Philadelphia and Florida had been working without pay for more than a month because of the partial government shutdown from New Yorker correspondent not a topic reports at brief ground stop at LaGuardia increase the strain already felt on one of the nation's busiest transport hubs and cause delays across the nation's airports. This incident will additional pressure on President Trump and lawmakers to end the government shutdown which has lasted for thirty five days. Trish Gilbert of the national air traffic controllers association called the government shutdown reckless and just yesterday. Airline execs warned that the shutdown was pushing the US aviation system to a tipping point severely disrupting a system that millions of passengers rely on each day ahead of copter at a light aircraft crashed after colliding above an alpine classier in the northwest Italy Italy's mountain Rescue Corps, say five people have been killed. Hey published a photograph of the crashed aircraft in the snow. The collision happened over the Ruutel glass. You're not far from mom blow on the border with FRANZ. Those other nations stories from BBC news W O RT, thanks.

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