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Alexa Healthcare Skills with Dr. Bob Kolock
"I'm curious because like you said you've you've you've designed now eighteen skills. Did you teach yourself how to code along the way or how did you get these skills to do that? I you know I have to compliment Amazon. Who's still have a lot of good documentation all along the way There were opportunities to learn for free or minimal between what they provided in. What are some of the Code Academy a? There's there's a couple ones that are out there that really minimal charge. I so I learn Java script books on it but a lot of trial and error. And it's gotten to yet so I never knew Java scrip- I worked the website. I mentioned I use coal fusion probably burdette. I've heard of it but that's about it. That's not so use co fused. I haven't Do Some Aung. Php I'm sorry. But I learned along the way again. There are a lot of times I built the skills. I probably built fifty steals but majority of those were learning skills. Like okay gotcha. Well it's really impressive. I it's very inspiring to know that you can. If you really WanNa do this and get involved you I mean the resources are there to go and learn it and start to create these things that have real value so I think that's that's wonderful. What can you share any thing that you're working on next top secret or any other plan coming up? Well I'm the one I start. I started working on this over the weekend And I think I might submitted later today or tomorrow so really so I'll tell you I'll tell you what it is. It's the concept is again trying to focus on the good things in our lives so the draft name of this is gratitude law. Yeah it's very simple. What it asks you to do. There are real functions. You will tell lack Alexa three things that you're grateful for. Okay and you do that as many times as you like in then you could ask subsequently tell me my blessings and it will ran the Maya through your list and tell you three random things and yet it's not the track my doses a lot more conflicts and pop located those functional. This is more. Let's focus on the good things like kindness counts and the things we should be thankful for. We're seeing a lot of that and social media. I think you know one of the big things. Thank our first responders doctors and the nurses who are in the front line. Those kind of things by so. I'm hoping people again. It's ready to be out there. I'm not sure we're going to keep that name gratitude blog but anyway I'll let you know change but now but again it's that purpose in mind. I'm I'm also like working with one or two Companies that are trying to do some like an adviser yet works Ireland. You know I guess just to finish off. I'd love for you to just share how people can contact you and how they can get in touch with you if they want to chat with you about maybe working on some of these projects with you or otherwise just getting touch and having a chat with you about your thoughts and ideas on the stuff. Well my email is probably the best way is our a Kato Nello. Ck One and she mail dot com. That's probably the bass have linked in Robert A CO lock. Md The official. May I yeah and I would love to hear from people while Bob? I really appreciate you taking some of your time to chat with us and chat with listeners and myself It's a real pleasure to be able to connect with you like this and I certainly look forward to stay in touch it and seeing what your next projects are Following along with all these great skills
Rakhine and ruin: insurgency in Myanmar
"On Tuesday. A driver for the world. Health Organization was killed in rock kind state in Myanmar. After his car was hit by gunfire the attack took place in a region where government troops have been locked in fierce fighting with the Arakan Army which wants greater autonomy for the state and for the kind of Arakan people countries including Britain and America have called for an end to fighting amid the cove nineteen pandemic but clashes have intensified governments. Flailing response seems to be boosting. The Arakan Army and the and army declared a month-long ceasefire but it was rejected by the government as unrealistic. Charlie McCann Economists Southeast Asia correspondent fighting between the army and the Burmese military has escalated over the last two months as has a war of words that they've been fighting. Each group has blamed the other for firing at the. Who car which was carrying swabs from patients to be tested for Krona virus. So this conflict get it start then. The conflict erupted on January fourth. Two Thousand Nineteen not coincidentally Myanmar's Independence Day about three hundred and fifty fighters from the army attacked for police posts in northern. Rakhine state killing thirteen officers. Now there had been skirmishes between the American army and the Burmese military before that but the insurgents had never been quite so brazen in response the government. Which of course is led by Aung San Succi a Nobel Peace Prize winner instructed the army to crush the rebels and the military has since deployed an estimated. Fifteen thousand to twenty thousand troops and deployed heavy artillery airstrikes hidden and even naval patrols despite all this the economy is actually making some headway. And so what are the stakes in this fight? What is it that the army wants with African army are ethnic rock kind? Buddhists who are longing for independence. They feel neglected by the central government for decades. Rakhine is one of me and Mars poorest states and the advent of civilian rule with Aung San Suu Dci in two thousand sixteen Only exacerbated tensions the Eric a National Party won a majority of parliamentary seats in the state of Rakhine and they believed that Aung San Suu Cheese Party. The National League for Democracy would let it nominate the state's chief minister instead the ANALII appointed one of their own and the a. n. p. and and many were kind sell. This is a great betrayal. That sense of embitterment deepened in two thousand eighteen. When the police killed seven protesters and arrested that. Npr's chairman all of which contributed to further radicalizing the raccoons and this is a state in. Myanmar. There's not unfamiliar with with sectarian tensions. That's right in two thousand seventeen. The Burmese military launched its clearance operations against the hinge a persecuted Muslim. Ethnic Minority Walser lived in Rakhine state. The kind the hinge Are Two of many ethnic. Minorities got it across me and mark who are discriminated against and are advocating for fighting for more freedoms if not independence and ask for the conflict between the Arakan army on the national military. How how's that going? The military is suffering terrible casualties. And the army are are humiliating. The military I conducting hundreds of duck shins of politicians businessmen civil servants and indeed soldiers the military's accustomed to siege warfare not to the kinds of tactics being deployed by the army which hides the jungle but also operates an urban areas which takes pot shots at our patrols also does all these brazen things like bombings and abductions and to the military's really floundering. It's response the army's successes really driven in large part by the group's Commander Thuan Rot nine. I am the leader of Argon. Army Major General Plan Renai educated. He's charismatic he's young. We have lost our rights. The rights of the indigenous people in contrast to many of the leaders of the countries other insurgencies who has been described to me by an analyst as comprising the FISA Club of guerrilla leaders. The commander recently called on his followers to throw off the shackles of Burmese. Racism and colonialism. So uses this very rousing language. Harks back to the long periods when kind state was a glorious independent kingdom. Every American has a dream in their heart is slickness is mirrored. In the group's social media videos which feature attractive young soldiers declaring their love for their homeland and engaging in wholesome wrestling matches we will never ever give up and and so with its army on the back foot. Then how has the government responded to this slick operation having handedly in June? It blocked mobile Internet service to about one million people in Rakhine engine states according to Human Rights. Watch this is one of the world's longest government imposed Internet blackouts last month. That also blocked access several news websites. That report on the conflict as well as designating the Eric Armenia. A terrorist organization that then enabled police to charge journalists who interviewed. That can army's commander in chief with violating the Counter Terrorism Law and we're kind civilians are really coming under fire. Amnesty International claims that the military has been shooting indiscriminately at recline towns and has been torturing and murdering civilians. We know that more than one. Hundred thousand civilians have been displaced by the fighting and now a meteoroid reports shows that forty two civilians have died since March twenty third and so again in our we have this example of the military taking an extremely heavy handed approach against its own citizens under the watch of Aung San. Suu She I mean. Her reputation suffered greatly after the crisis. How do you see this crisis? Playing out on Sun suits. He won election twenty-six teen on her promise to bring peace to the country the fact that her government has instructed the military to crush the rebels as she put it has designated them a terrorist organization. There's no way that she'll be able to bring about peace with methods like those to me. It looks as if the conflict is only going to escalate the atkin armies ten unflicting so much damage the government will have to make some concessions and indeed has over the past six months more than two hundred hand government employees and Chen state which is just north of re kind. A lot of the fighting has taken place have resigned after being threatened by its fighters. Now the rebels don't have the firepower to defeat the government militarily but they might not need to if they can inflict enough humiliation. The government might decide to retreat from the fight and seek a political settlement. Either way see piece for the possible future curly. Thank you very much for your time. Thank you
"Why Not?" Is A Really Bad Answer To The Question of Why.
"You've probably heard the famous quote that some people see things as they are and ask why I dream of things that never were and ask why not well. That approach is fine. If you're a Nobel laureate Aung Kennedy but for the rest of us. It's probably not very practical because let's face it it's not very strategic and whilst. I'm a huge fan of asking. Why a lot and. I'm also a big fan of the approach. That if it's not working where you're at now if what you're doing today's and working if you're not happy where you're right then. Doing anything else is a better alternative than just stagnating than continuing to do things that just don't work but if you can't answer the question why with anything more than why. Not then you really just taking a kind of spray and pray approach which again. I think it's fine if you are taking philosophical approach and things but if you actually want to get some results then obviously spray and pray is probably not very effective so the next time someone asks you why think pretty carefully if you can't do bitter then why not then it may be not the right answer
U.N. orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide
"The international court of justice in the Hague has issued an initial ruling ordered Myanmar to take urgent steps to protect minority rank of Muslims from genocide lawyers have argued the Myanmar military has carried out torture rape and mass killings against for hanga forcing hundreds of thousands to flee to Bangladesh Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has asked the court to drop the
Nobel Peace Prize winner defends Myanmar army in genocide case
"You a Nobel Peace Prize winner spoke in court this week and defended a military accused of genocide Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi said her country's soldiers were at times brutal but she denied that they had trying to wipe out there hanga muscle minority surely under the circumstances genocidal intent cannot be the only hypothesis Soutine never mentioned the row him go by name nor did she directly addressed the charges of mass rape murder and burning of whole villages that soldiers hands yes men will is arriving activist and she was in that court room at the international court of justice in the Hague it was quite surreal the fact that we heard her basically defended all of the persecutions of the right hang at by the Myanmar military and the men are as an institution was just very hard to hear and hard to watch tell me about why it was hard because I had three genocide survivor's sitting beside me you know I could understand every word that she said but these three people needed help with the translation and what not so you were translating her words for them I decided not to because it would be a much harder for them to stomach that because it was it's so fresh in their minds I cannot imagine if these people were to understand what she was saying that it would it would do any good for them so I just kept quiet and then explain to them a bit later what happened the survivors who were with you in a court room are they living in the refugee camps in Bangladesh yes they are currently in the camps and what was their experience of the trial like even if you did try to shelter them from some of the most upsetting testimony there were actually really really grateful grateful for what for the fact that this case even come to a trial at the international court of justice that someone would acknowledge their pain someone would acknowledge them as human that we would actually force on sin su chi and her government to actually listen to all of the atrocities fed her military had committed against our people she basically we were forced to listen to the neighbor hang out over and over and over what she herself deny it not our existence completely this woman was recently so revered by the global community tell me about on since two cheese roll in your own family and how she's figured in your understanding my dad went and saw her while she was campaigning before her house arrest you know he would carry her photos around in his wallet wow he carries a soda in his wallet I didn't even earn that that place hi I'm not so the hard part of and how did your father respond to this this transformation at first he was very taken aback by it and he was sort of giving her a little bit more excuses but he also understands that with power comes to different ways people change and corruption so our disappointment and as a community or you know the disappointment of my father or myself that ship has sailed we know you know who she is and we are not surprised by what she said I'm especially when her counsels stood up and basically ask you know there is not enough body counts there's not enough people who died in comparison to other genocide that have been proven I just think two we only to die in order for that to be proven if you could have said something to on sun suci after hearing her testimony what would you have said to her I would have said I it's very disappointing that some you chose to stand with the military but you are going to go down in the history with this name attached to you that you have defended it genocide perpetrators and that you're on their site so think carefully of what you want to do next you have the ability as a state counselor to do much much more good but if you still insist to stand beside a genocide perpetrators you are going to be remembered for ever in history as a disgrace and I don't think that you want to be that kind of
Why is Aung San Suu Kyi at the International Court of Justice
"Awarding someone the Nobel Prize for peace is always tempting. Fate saw cha the vagaries of human affairs. Yesterday's warmonger is tomorrow's peacemaker and vice versa. That it's not really the Norwegian Nobel Committees Fault when Pulse Charity Makes Mockery of some of their judgements. When you give a piece Gong to someone like Henry Kissinger oh Yasser Arafat? It's just a risk you run. And it is nevertheless startling to see an actual Nobel peace laureate appearing at the International Court of Justice in The Hague to defend the government they lead against allegations of genocide. It's pretty much the one thing that isn't supposed to happen. History had given us the opportunity to give up our best just for a cause in which we believed when the Nobel Committee chose to honor me. The road had chosen of my own free will aw became less lonely path to follow sang suci daughter of the founder of modern Myanmar Aung San and a formidable politician diplomat and and activist in her own. Right won the Nobel Peace Prize in Nineteen ninety-one at the time she was rivaled only by Nelson Mandela as a universally admired Royat. Avatar of all. That was good displaying exemplary courage in resisting. All that was bad. She led the National League for Democracy as it faced down only terrifying and ruthless military GIONTA which had turned Myanma into North Korea with Palm. Trees saying SUCI spent most of the period between Nineteen nineteen ninety nine and two thousand and ten under house arrest. She was a hero aside from the Nobel Peace Prize. She was awarded the Sakharov Prize. US Congressional Channel Gold Medal and Presidential Medal of freedom an honorary order of Australia. Honorary Citizenship of Canada and Amnesty International's ambassador of conscience since award. Luke pestle made a film about her. U2 wrote a song about and in time she triumphed the NLD won a landslide election victory in two thousand and fifteen though denied the presidency on a technicality. She became state councillor effectively. Myanmar's prime minister it. It was hailed worldwide as a victory for decency determination and patience and now she's denying that she is some kind of an accessory to crimes against humanity he sang Succi has been fair to say on a journey. These ban mind this complex situation and the challenge to sovereignty and security already in our country when you're assessing the intent of those who attempted to deal with the rebellion. Surely under the circumstances genocidal decider intent cannot be only hypothesis loan and it is important to be clear that while Aung Sang. SUCCI is in The Hague. She is not in the dark. She is appearing voluntarily and has not been charged with any crime the allegation before the ICJ EJ is against her country. Not Her the case has been brought by the Gambia. Backed by the fifty-seven members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Asian a coterie which includes several nations who might want to pause before mounting their high horses where human rights are concerned. The allegation is essentially essentially that Myanmar's recent persecution of the Hindu people Myanmar's Muslim minority. Who lived mostly in the country's raccoon state amounts to genocide this? This is a term with specific legal meanings and it will be for the court to determine if events in Myanmar meet the threshold. What is known is bad enough? Enough since two thousand and sixteen perhaps a million ranger have fled Myanmar mostly to neighboring Bangladesh journalists NGOs and the UN win have reported a consistent pattern of atrocious violence much of it directed at civilians not excluding children Myanmar's military known as has the top Madore have consistently claimed that they are waging a counter insurgency against Islamist terrorists though Sang Suci does not directly command the Tatmadaw. Aw this is also the line that she has held. The most sympathetic imaginable interpretation of aren't sang Suu Cheese behavior. And it's a reach is that that she is still in some respects the prisoner of the same military which once held her under house arrest. She may have calculated. This is a compromise. She has to to make to maintain such democracy as me unmanned now has that if she takes hold in the military the military will once again take charge of the country. This is a question unlikely to interest the hundreds of thousands over hinge in now wondering if they'll ever be able to go home again and they of course are the ones who have have survived the Tatmadaw's pogroms justice for the victims. If it is coming at all maybe years away
Peace laureate watches UN court hear Rohingya genocide case
"The international court of justice in the Hague is today hearing a case that accuses me I'm all of genocide of his range of minority the countries they factor leader the Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is another man's to lead the defense the case has been brought to mind the Gambia is justice minister Abubakar time of that do said own sense to cheese roll was traveling she used to be a source of inspiration I'm on the war and it is this happening to see how take a provision which you is now in defense of such such a horrible crime the crime of all crimes nonsense Jay is not expected to speak until Wednesday when she'll argue that the court has no jurisdiction and that may I am always targeting range of militants more than seven hundred thousand Muslim Hanjour fed me an MA in twenty seventeen following a military operation the U. N. concluded included systematic rape murder and
Aung San Suu Kyi to Lead Team to Fight Genocide Accusation
"Me on Mars says its leader Aung San Suu Kyi will head the legal team contesting a genocide case filed against it in the international court of justice over the crack down on Rohingya Muslims two years ago that set off their exit is the Bangladesh in Mars military's been accused of carrying out mass rapes killings in our sins against hang it during a counterinsurgency campaign in August twenty seventeen that came after rebel
Hong Kong protests turn violent
"Okay well speaking in a big brother. That's actually a great segue into one of the biggest stories around the globe over the weekend which were the violent protests in Hong Kong so the Hong Kong protests are entering their seventeenth week and they have really dialed up in the past few days because today is the seventieth anniversary of communist Communist rule in China as you can imagine pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong are not exactly excited to celebrate this anniversary but it's a big deal for China which which means. It's a big way for the protesters to send a message. China puts on a big military display in previous years. They've had twelve thousand troops marched through Tiananmen Square where they expect those numbers to be even bigger this year and so with a trade war already giving lots of negative press to China and its economy Hong Kong and in at specifically the pro democracy protesters saw this as their chance to continue to protest and make their messages heard. Unfortunately many of the protests turned turned violent. There are lots of reports of police brutality police fired canister after canister of tear gas and the protesters fought back with blockade aide blocking the streets with throwing stones taken up from the sidewalks and streets and with gasoline bombs thrown back in defense at the police police. We are not helping the situation with our trade war with China. Hong Kong's value to the world has often been as a hub that is kind kind of a bridge between the outside world and mainland China and with the increasing friction between China and the United States there are commentators who think think that Hong Kong's value as that hub is diminishing and it's really jeopardising Hong Kong's place in the world long-term The New York Times quotes Lynette Aung Long a China expert at the University of Toronto is saying after all of this we will see a different Hong Kong the very reason for Hong Kong's existence the rule of law respect for the police for public institutions respect for the judiciary the bureaucracy everything has been eroded. This is a really existential time for Hong Kong and having it come at the same time as this anniversary of Communist role in China when Xi Jinping is engaged in his domestic grab for power in making his term term basically unlimited and his G. political jockeying for power with the United States. It's just there's a lot going on here. I am impressed seventeen weeks to sustain protests. It's amazing and I don't think the protesters and Hong Kong are going anywhere. They are really fighting for their country. We had a listener listener reach out on instagram and say I don't understand the goal of these protests because even if many of their demands hands are met and many have been the original legislation to extradite political prisoners to China or anybody else charged with a crime was withdrawn officially but she asked even if they succeed and having these demands bet we're coming up on the deadline where we have one country two systems that was set up when Hong Kong was released from British rule and turned back over to the Chinese government that that deadline is approaching and so so what do we see happening. What are they. What are the protesters? The PRO democracy protesters who existed before this bill came before the Hong Kong legislator the what's their goal. What is the the long view of how they could exist separate from China if they imagine a scenario when China would ever allow that to happen and and the answer is I don't know I don't know and I don't really feel like it's my place to advocate for one of the other because I don't live in Hong Kong and so the people who do and the the pro democracy protesters particularly the the young ones that people who are going to be living way past just the deadline of this agreement have demands and they do have a vision and it does seem to be if not separate from China fiercely independent and I think as the weeks of the protests continue we'll have a better understanding of where they envisioned all this going but the Chinese government government most certainly envisions a more forceful physical clash with these protesters.
"aung" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Aung stalled reproductive Healthcare Act means greater access to abortions in quantum passed in New York. But also one in California, Rhode Island for Mont main. These are local bills that are trying to shore up access to abortion advocates say the measure is needed in New York in the event that supreme court overturns Roe v. Wade, these lure states are, are saying, maybe we wanna have something proactive or defensive on the books to codify access to abortion, you and I talked about the Republican politics of abortion potential breaks with within the party over the Alabama law. Where does this moment put Democrats because it seemed like something where if you're running for the democratic nomination you were expected to be on those steps. Right. I think this is a very unifying moment for Democrats right now, even those Democrats from the middle of the country who've tried to stake out a moderate lane in a crowded twenty twenty presidential primary. They've been showing zero hesitation to stand with those that are pushing for abortion access in this moment. They're gonna take women's health care backward and are. Are not. And I think part of that is just because of how severe they think those laws were that were passed in Alabama and the lake. So they don't agree on every abortion thing, they disagree that the Alabama laws should not be along. Exactly, if you were to go in a super deep die to have a really nuanced conversation about the ins and outs of every facet of possible abortion access. I think you'd probably get a wide range of answers among some Democrats, for example, I asked in Clova char and, and mayor Pete buddhis-, whether there's room for prolife.
Everything we still want to see in the OnePlus 7 Pro
"One plus seven pro is coming at the end of this week to North America may seventeenth. It's going to start at six hundred sixty nine dollars or not going to bury the lead. This is the most expensive one plus phone ever released. We'll sort of but. Let's let's dive into why. Because this is definitely the most impressive phone the company's ever put out, Alex. What have you taken away with your from your few days with it so far? So the first thing to sort of understand is that we have two phones, but it's not a one plus seven on a one plus seven light does a reason why it's one plus seven out of one plus seven pro. So you have the rails, which will talk about an aside. But it's regular is pretty much the phone that you would expect one plus to release this time of year. The reason why the pro is because they're actually taking a step beyond that place that you would normally expect to won't plus fun to occupy. So there are a lot of significant hardware improvement. So we'll have design improvements. The phone is just a lot more impressive attack level and will competitive with the likes of Samsung an app even apple on this is one plus taking to the next level in the pro Monica really means is that it's than Olonga just sort of scrappy upstart company that will sell you something. With the latest Snapdragon new stock Android for reasonably affordable price. They were actually sort of taking it to the big players in the game. I think with the pro. Yeah. It really feels more like an actual direct competitor rather than just talking about the the whole further price thing. Yeah. Where especially when you when you look at things like what they've done with the display. We'll talk about the display a ton and the design and just a few of the the additions all around it doesn't feel so much a bare bones kind of reference designee type of phone. I mean, even the six and six T, which you were the best designs. It's definitely gotten better with each generation and even their half generations of the T models. The seven pro feels like dramatically different device on a completely separate track and level from the phones before it in terms of hardware. Just. Design wise, you can stick any premium small manufacturers logo on the back of this thing, and it wouldn't look out of place. Absolutely. All right. So this is the company's first phone with triple camera setup. It has a ninety hurts display. It has arguably one it's it's gone from having some plus phones have gone from having some of the worst hap- deke's to having among the best haptic. So everything in here has been improved. It has obviously the latest Snapdragon processor up to twelve gigs of ram up to five hundred twelve gigabytes of storage, stereo speakers. Yes. Dairy speakers. What it doesn't have off the bat. We it does not have wireless charging, and it is not technically water resistant. It doesn't have an IP certification. If you've seen the bucket promo that was released a guess now just under two weeks ago. You'll know what that means the company does not like paying for that. IP certification. But it's also saying that it'll withstand some ingress, you shouldn't probably swim with it. So these are the compromises that plus made to keep the price at a relatively low number six hundred sixty nine dollars is still wait Scheepers than even the galaxy ten e and yet this is clearly aimed at the top of the line products on the market, and it's got carrier partnerships, or at least partnership in the US to boot. So Alex where where does this place one plus in the ecosystem now, especially in the west, I think you have to treat them as as of much table manufacture, right? They've been they've been a long time. It's been a long time coming, but I would have -solutely in terms of the market presence that the the maybe not quite right up with with. Aung maybe this is me of having blinders on little bit in this small phone enthusiasts spice, the we all live in. But I think we in terms of the quality of the products, the price, you have to treat them as one of the plays out that especially if you look at what people
Pence says Myanmar's handling of Rohingya 'without excuse'
"Mars de facto leader, Aung San Suu cheap. So there was no excuse for the violence and persecution of the Rohingya by Myanmar's military that led more than seven hundred thousand a fleet in Bangladeshi told Suci he's anxious to hear what's being done to hold the perpetrators accountable. He also said he wanted to know what progress was being made to allow the raw hanger to return to their homes and safety a controversial plan to begin repatriating. Some two thousand Rohingya is set to begin tomorrow over the objections of the UNHCR and many Rhonda on the list. Myanmar insists is actions in Rakhine state were legitimate response to a series of attacks by rolling extremists in August of last year for NPR news. I'm Michael Sullivan in Bangkok on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are down fifty points at twenty five thousand two hundred thirty five the NASDAQ is down more than sixteen. You're listening to NPR.
"aung" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"These by-election results, Aung San Suu cheese ruling party lost five of the six seats. It contested in ethnic minority stakes including in Shan and could Shane many previous voters stayed at home which allowed the military banked USD to pick up three seats to journalists for the Reuters news agency sentenced to seven years in prison. Inma- have appealed against their conviction for breaking the official secrets act. The trial was denounced internationally the journalists. Lawyers say the court failed to prove any elements of a crime, the reporters say they will. Framed because they'd uncovered a massacre of ranger by the Burmese army. Hang Succi has insisted that the jailing had nothing to do with freedom of expression will news from the BBC. Hundreds of American and South Korean marines have begun small-scale military exercises. Some five months after they were suspended to help. Bring a band detente with North Korea the drills got underway near the southeastern port of Pohang. Three Venezuelan soldiers have been killed and ten others wounded in a clash close to the Colombian border. Venezuela's defense minister said they were attacked by paramilitary groups, but several opposition sources in Venezuela say the attackers were members of the left-wing National Liberation Army of Columbia Saudi Arabia is expected to defend its rights record before United Nations panel in Geneva today, the regular review takes place amid international criticism of Saudi military action. In yemen. Riyadh has also been under pressure to explain the murder of a dissident journalist Jamal Hushovd g the first migrants from a large caravan of people traveling through Mexico to the United States have arrived in the capital, Mexico City officials sat around four hundred and fifty people mostly men and boys have been taken to temporary shelter at a sports stadium. Many of the migrants had walked or hitch rides from the state of Veracruz the Chilean government say it is. Asking the British Museum in London to return. The remains of a mile down giant sloth that lived in Patagonia about ten thousand years ago. Can this reports the cave where the fragments of the mileage John were found lies around three thousand kilometers, south of the capital Santiago near the city of and a tireless, it's our popular tourist attraction and life size. Reproduction of the extinct animal stands at its entrance over two meters tall in one thousand nine hundred sixty German settler found a large piece of skin and some bones preserved by the cold temperature of the cave. They will take into Britain a year later for research and never returned BBC news. Thank you very much news. Welcome tuesday. Alan kazoo journey. Robie Kenya county. Shop is in London. Republicans and Democrats in the United States are making some of their final appeals to voters today's before midterm elections of will decide the shape of the next. Congress will go towards with us. In the meantime, because there's a big bureau operating here. But also because it's interesting uninteresting type of East African region will be hearing a lot of voices explaining why it's an interesting time to get these topics..
Canada's Freeland says NAFTA trade talks with U.S. 'very intense'
"Canadian and US negotiators have worked late into the night in Washington as they. Tried to meet a Friday deadline to agree new terms of the North. American Free trade agreement the, Canadian foreign minister Christiaan Freeland said. The talks had reached a very intense moment the target date. Was set by President Trump after he declared success, earlier, this week and trade negotiations with Mexico our Washington correspondent David, Willis has more President Trump. Famously branded NAFTA. A terrible deal one that was driving North American jobs overseas, and he's warned that if talks for Canada don't go anywhere in the, United States will just sign On instead of NAFTA. Two point oh a bilateral trading agreement with Mexico but Mexico once Canada on board there is still a lot of talking to do though and this could. Go all the way down to the wire
"aung" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"He expressed his concern over the reluctance of world leaders to speak out on human rights, heads of. Governments are too silent on these issues. It's not good enough that many of them once they leave public office, suddenly discover the voice in are saying all the right things, and people should rightly ask them. Why didn't you say this? When you were in office? Why didn't you say this when you were prime minister or foreign minister people say, well, I couldn't speak when I was in office now I can be what you could have spoken. You chose not to speak. Possibly the values, say them ones. We opted in nineteen forty eight in Russell declaration on human rights. Are they slipping if we look as you've mentioned frequently the rise of right wing populism in Europe, for example, religious, no doubt that there is intense pressure on the human rights agenda, but I moved away from venues. We talk about human rights. We talk about law. There is in a law that is binding on states that they have voluntarily agreed basically to them and acceded to them. And and so there is no discretion here. If you have a Gatien's you need to fulfill them and I don't see how being silent about this can be advantageous people say whether you just if you speak to donate helps the demagogues when I yes, perhaps, but for don't speak out. We know what happens to. I would urge more public officials to be like this. I mean, there was an occasion a few years ago when when Victor all baton did something and and he provoked a response from the foreign minister of Luxembourg. But there are a few others in Europe who are joining him and denouncing what it was that Hungary it was doing at the time. Could you look at how effective speaking out? Is you famously warned that what was happening in Myanmar, looked like a text Partick's pool of ethnic cleansing. I remember being in your office this time last year you were about to coal Aung San Suu g. She hasn't actually appeared to listen to you. She hasn't allowed your experts into the country. Yes, no, look if I fought that everyone is going to listen to me, my job would have been very easy in the first month. I would've solved all the world's problems. I mean, clearly, you know, those that I, I, the committing these crimes like to believe that somehow justified it by dint of public policy or whatever it is that they justified by in her case, I think what was deeply regrettable and this is come out in the report by the fact finding mission is that she was in a position to do something at the very least she could have kept quiet. There was no need for her to be the spokesperson of the Burmese. Military shouldn't have to say, this is an iceberg of misinformation. These fabrications she could have just stayed quiet or even better should have resigned. And she could have said, look, I can. I'm prepared to be the nominal leader of the country, but not under these conditions. Any thoughts on Brexit with the debate around it? The United Kingdom is a country I could deeply about. I studied in the United Kingdom. I lived many years there. My wife hails from the United Kingdom, and I have family there and, and over the course of the.
Myanmar judge refuses to throw out whistleblower's testimony
"Meeting in march with mr trump's lawyers the south korean president moon jaein has dismissed the suggestion that american troops could pull out of the country if a peace deal is reached with north korea and south korean presidential spokesman kimmy gum said the two issues were unrelated sean how meeting us troops stationed in south korea are an issue regarding the alliance between south korea and the united states it has nothing to do with signing peace treaties the statements came after a presidential adviser suggested earlier in the week that it will be difficult to justify the us president presence if north and south korea signed a peace treaty nearly thirty thousand american troops are stationed in the south world news from the bbc myanmar's de facto leader aung san suu chee has said is now the appropriate time to allow united nations agencies into recline state to prepare for the safe return of the ranger refugees earlier a judge ruled that evidence given by police whistle blow in the case of two reuters journalists will be allowed to stand his myanmar correspondent nick peak two weeks ago the evidence of police captain mohan i stunned me on mom in an unprecedented display of defiance he claimed the superior had ordered that the reuters journalists be sat up they had always claimed they were framed because they were investigating the murder of rare hindu villagers by burmese soldiers the judge ruled the captain was not a hostile witness and his account was consistent however it's emerged that after giving his evidence the policeman was himself jailed for a year for misconduct meanwhile the case of the journalists drags on the french authorities say one one hundred nine people are still being held in detention flowing may day riots in we heard it protesters vandalized shops vehicles president emmanuel macron has condemned the violence ethiopian jews have appealed to the president of israel to help them migrate that to be reunited with members of their families the request was made to president reuven rivlin by jewish representatives at the start of a state visit he's making to ethiopia that the sharp reactions to cohen's by the american rapper kanye west suggesting that the enslavement.
Top-level UN team arrives in Myanmar for Rohingya probe
"Impressive but she lacked a command of the detail which predescessor had mastered and it proved to be her undoing hundreds of central american migrants who've traveled to the us border through mexico have been prevented from entering the united states the migrant convoy assisted by a pressure group has attracted huge publicity in the us from san diego on the us side of the border here's james cook on a breezy sunday afternoon some two hundred migrants including dozens of children made the final walk to the border where they're presenting themselves to the american authorities asking for asylum from violence and persecution in guatemala honduras and el salvador after waiting at the frontier for several hours caravan organizers said the united states was refusing to process any asylum claims american officials said their facilities had reached capacity even if the migrants make it through they're likely to face many months in detention while their cases are considered by the courts united nations officials investigating the hinge refugee crisis traveling to myanmar to meet its leader aung san suu they're hoping to secure guarantees to allow hingis who fled the country to return home safely nick peak is in young the fact that security council coming here suggests that they are concerned about the implications of the ranger crisis on the security of the region in the future for the diplomats who meet on san succi and the head of the burmese military were they've got a delicate path to take because in the short term they want to try guarantee that any ranjha families who do return from bangladesh are given security here are given some sort of sheri about their safety citizenship and also crucially there's some sort of guarantee that in the future they will not face persecution at least twenty one people have been killed in two explosions in the afghan capital kabul both occurred in the region of the city which houses the defense ministry intelligence service and nato compound the first attack was carried out by a suicide bomber on a motorbike it's not clear who carried out the second attack which hit people who'd gathered around the site.
U.N. Security Council puts spotlight on Rohingya refugee crisis
"Flee honduras because of the violence but he hasn't made up his mind whether to cross into the us just yet rapid with trump in office it's not certain whether the us will allow us to stay he says they might just send us back even ao mujica caravan organizers says people are now aware of the dire circumstances central americans face by this caravan has been able to do that visualize what's happening and people that need know about immigration has seen this the trump administration says it's prepared to prosecute anyone who makes a false asylum claim or tries to enter the us illegally carrie kahn npr news to wanna united nations security council envoys have begun a four day visit to bangladesh and myanmar on a factfinding mission about the refugee crisis michael sullivan reports britain's un ambassador karen pierce says the plight of the rohingya is one of the most significant human rights cases we have faced in the last decade she's referring to the violence against me on mars muslim minority rohingyas since rohingya militant attacks last august led to a brutal crackdown by myanmar security forces and reports of murder rape and the burning of dozens of rohingya villages nearly seven hundred thousand row hangup fled to the safety of camps in neighboring bangladesh in what both the un and the us have called ethnic cleansing the un team will visit those camps so we'll also make a rare visit to me on mars richt state largely off limits to foreigners since august they'll also meet with me on mars de facto leader aung sung suci for npr news i'm michael sullivan in chiang rai thailand this is npr news south korean officials say north korea says it will shut down as nuclear test site in may and allow experts and reporters from south korea and the us to visit the site north korean leader kim jong un made the comment during his summit friday with south korean president moon jaein where he also expressed optimism about meeting with president trump researchers have found the remains of.
"aung" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Parents are illegal they should tell 'cause you're gonna be called you point we have to take care of that little child or little boy they don't say anything about me remote hall second what if what if an a legal citizen commits a felony and has to go to prison what do we do with those children well they're in place play system inclined to take care of those people right no no no they must system there's no system says aung so if i if i go to prison because i committed a felony somebody's gonna take your my children who's gonna take care of my children oh i if your wife is able to work your wife take care of the war equal right but it's the same it's the same that same rules delivered by you'll you'll you'll do drifting you do it in person who knowhow neither i nor be breathable but what i love neil california he's trying to uh uh yulo it's all about money if you'll have to deport the father that is working to support the child and they're that later the the taxpayers thunder hook so what they're saying to you is say hey listen lin find a solution for these people and then you know we deal with the people who are there's a crime here in crime there and whatever it's about money at his they're not talking about money would go to support the things i think you guys are you guys are forgetting about have been you when you split a parent or a family no way you're making the argument that somehow different than ones families are split up for the exact same reason citizen we can pick it up the lord's vaughn of doctorates padilla.
"aung" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"I think the general consensus of massalas fans are excited all right i think but uh yeah i'm happy to hear that now uh i heard that there are there i certainly have never read the the novels that tha that came out but i hear that they are scrapping a lot of that story about was nerve a deal where he was like raised by walkies on an island somewhere now that's that's not a thing any more rain i don't i don't think though that they and but i think uh i think what they are getting is uh that uh back in the novel lying he was a very author and they will wipe the now part of the lookie lennick sek the ends of saving a grip of aung and one of them it's walker was a life that two unsold plays with them all the message from the cabinet that yeah i mean that's going to be an emotional moment win if we get to see hands solo meet chewbacca rhianna having sale yeah that's something we're all excited about and schumacher with his a shiny eyes and his soft for i mean he's got to look like a little puppy what's happening well i think he's just about his that grown hi eddie variegated so yeah they they they grow very rapidly oh i thought i thought we were going to see like a little baby what can no prc and shebaa and while arm what did you watch happening these watching the christmas special with i tried logic about watching it i about everything in the trailer is everything in the movie i thought maybe there's a point in the movie where we see a much younger chewbacca also that's all i would suggest exempt are i think he took with him in the same period of the solo and i think that that i shall we really need to get all right rob you are awesome we thank you for listening we thank you for calling sir appreciate okay i kept you got some audio from the street i do yes tell me when you wanna stop.
"aung" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A pretty good prosecutor i think i'll but i've been a pretty lousy politician so i've done it for seven years on on really grateful for the opportunity to do it but it's time for me to whoa whatever tom i got left i wanna spend it and the justice system because that's where my heart is and only senior politician i just i see aung multiple slides of this single issue aung and the fact that someone disagrees with me uh does not make me challenge uh their levels the country it doesn't make me believe that their corrupt um i i've gotta a lot of friends on the other side of the aisle we disagree on this issue but um but i don't question there one for the country you know i i just i don't think the end justifies the means i think the manner in which we get places matters and in politics to wall thin winningest the only thing that matters and uh what every hero i have this loss every one of them so losing is not the worst thing in the world not knowing what you believe in not carrying enough of ballots a five four that's the worst thing in the key thinking serve justice near timing congress are not like i did my previous job i tried um it's about winning and politics and um that is not with the good courtroom there's a reason we throw out search warrants even though we found the murder weapon there's reason we throw out could confessions even though we think the person the process matters does not justify the means and in politics is just about winning and and i i can't i don't want to live like that but gary announced last week he wants seek reelection this year adding himself to a list of house republicans at retiring at the end of their current terms and a billionaire is fed up with hundreds of canada geese that flocked to his upstate new york vacation on every summer turning his lawn into a minefield of pook his solution he's refusing to pay is ninety thousand dollar school tax bill until officials in the finger lakes out of self bristol find a way to control the birds but the.
"aung" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And guy boehner who known as general aung zhiliu he was sentenced to life in prison with hard labor in perpetuating so he got fairly harsh sentence for his role in the atrocities another guy so naturally wanted to run for the president of the central african republic in the 2015 elections but because of the concerns over his activities with the antiblack by movement and he was prevented from doing so so there he was he was prevented from from running for presidency and yet he has been allowed to run for this position in the african football governing body and now he's got it says a house surprising is it given everything you've stated about him he is now in such a powerful position in african football well yeah i think it is very surprising indeed is being elected as a representative for the central region of the confederation of african football and indeed to get to his post he actually was the only one who had to go through an election to get his post he beat gabon candan at all the other candidates who took up posts were elected unopposed as other found that he actually had an election with this background and one it is a big surprise the confederation enfopol haven't responded to the latest outcry but what they have said all the way through is look we've looked at the candidates with approved the candidates he is eligible to stand so for them the doesn't seem to be a problem unless on himself has been speaking to reporters here iraq on he's been sanglakh i don't mix politics with sport adding they said look at the allegations against me were true how come am here should if uh if these were true and i i was in court than ocean be able to be here today say he he's certainly saying that he's eligible for the post and that he should carry on in the post net cavill now cryptocurrency is in essence a digital form of money that allows users to bypass banks and traditional payment methods to pay for goods and services but the value of several cryptocurrencies has plunged with the best known bitcoin on course for its worst weeks since 2013 bitcoin has fallen to below eight thousand dollars from.
"aung" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"We forget and we had those years we've rhythm often that there's people literally mad that people gave them skim milk instead of almond milk in this audience radio but do you understand helping bucked up shipments like we have zero perspective keep a good friend of mine who knows me super well last night at a dinner for two nights ago said to me like was acting we're with me and like we've done too little conversation he was razzaq me subconsciously that i only put out positive content and that that it's a facade and slick we could you said that i'd be like i totally get it let me explain fairly knows me for like a decade i was at his wedding right i don't go to a lot of weddings for context so like tight aung aung and it was fascinating to me i was like wow people are uncomfortable with people that have really like my mom is the same way like i just have a unbelievably deep perspective which is the following unless the eight people that i love most are really sick everything else means dick i knew that really felt like i don't i'm i'm in a struggle to lose money today or somebody said i was a you know when at age what the fun movement was my sneaker and raspberry like or like like that move nothing so what what what scares me as a collective nothing in the micro the health and wellbeing of the people i love the most everything else is controllable everything else is my fault.
"aung" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons
"Crea tour towards our maker verse four goes on to say true humility and fear of the lord having fear of the lord usually means of the bible having feel lord means to have a wholly reverence that's what is talking about in another part in the bible job chapter thirty seven verse twenty four says all who are wise shoul him that is the lord all who are wise show him reverence and so we need to ask ourselves this question do you and i show this beautiful reverence towards our lord and ultimately it is towards our lord jesus christ because god almighty came to earth in the person of jesus i like a particular definition of reverence would says this reverence is feeling or attitude of deep respect deep respect hinged with all a w e is a beautiful pastor lisa reverence is a feeling our attitude of deep respect tinged with all may you and i have a feeling and an attitude of deep respect tinged with aung towards the lord and if you're not if you're not familiar with the word tinged you can replace it you can replace it for example with with a ringing may you and i have a feeling and an attitude of deep respect for the lord ringing with all ringing gene with awe do you see what verse four says about the blessings the blessings that are yours and mine when we live with this holy love reverence towards the lord look at verse four again it says true humility and fear of the lord lead to riches honor and long life now to the in with you can see that it talks about riches we could call them material blessings material blessings.
"aung" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Seven hundred per speculators though investors if you prefer early one side of the bitcoin equation the way this thing works is that bitcoin has to be mind generated really in away with computers doing mathematical calculations that are used to further verified bitcoin transactions the bbc's asia business corresponding charisma a swanti visited some bitcoin miners in singapore in an industrial complex tucked away in a quiet corner of singapore a cryptocurrency revolution may be underway with pop music blaring from the speakers and set in an old warehouse bits the new sweatshop of the future that sound that you here in the background those are fans dozens of fans all over this workshop that are being used to cool these powerful computer units all around me i can see dozens of these rates made up of graphic computer parts this company only started at the beginning of this year they say their initial investment has been recovered and the demand for their products has been exponential rabuka coupons inviting decks to aung is the man in charge he makes and sells cryptocurrency rigs there powerful computers that solve complex mathematical problems a process through which their owners on digital currencies because he's getting more and more popular enrico more countries like japan has really fully legalize recording the book on suit more people investing in five points so can you tell me how long adrian you've been investing in.
"aung" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Voice in the universe she wasn't she wasn't the robot walking around she was literally in the computer but he could communicate with her and she raise the movie her maybe that's her but but in the end end of the move and maybe i'm going to give it away she dumps him for another male voice robot so they never saw each other but they knew each other in the cyber world and she fell in love with this male robot voice and vice versa and they dumped the human the guy was so depressed was was at the move he was added her now that equi in her um if even better because in her what he what happened to fit he falls in love with a decent body foists the robot and um he she you find that that he's actually been cheating on him with like half a million other people because it may be the same movie i love that idea that to a robot because you know a robot can do so many things in parallel so fast she doesn't think about it it's cheating at all no i'm just carrying aung half a million relationship she had half a million guys humans paul june will do either thing with her yeah and they think um the thing i love about that film is that that was the movie was yeah it kinda shows us though how robot consciousness might've be different from human consciousness because to her that robot.
"aung" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More stimulating tom aung infection caused by exposure to contaminated water or missed that dwell cases were discovered about three weeks ago among people who had spent time in anaheim none of those had visited disneyland park in september before developing the illness ten were hospitalized one person with additional health issues who did not visit the park has died authorities say there is no known ongoing risk associated with the outbreak jutha emmett medium germany with the us is committed to curbing global warming even though the trump administration's walking away from the paris climate accord at one point protestors interrupted the governor calling for an end to pollution and shouting that oil should stay on the ground let's put you on the ground all the trump administration's walking away from the paris climate accord at one point protestors interrupted the governor calling for an end to pollution and shouting that oil should stay in the ground let's put you on the grounds or you can get on with the show here he also said he wishes we could have no pollution but we have to have our automobiles new york mayor bill de blasio says he was totally starstruck at new york city's veteran's day parade the blasi ogata meet astronaut buzz aldrin today before the start of the largest veteran's day parade in the country aldrin's third the us air force and was the second man on the moon he piloted a puddle eleven and followed neil armstrong onto the lunar surface nineteen sixty nine aldrin's served as grand marshal riding in a convertible and waving to the crowds a highest ranking woman in the air force general ellen pollock housekey was also part of the parade today writing in our world war two veterans flowed on which of the soldiers held a sign that said thank you for remembering ivanka trump is talking tax reform all her dad president trump is overseas streamline our tax card ma is it simplify it and make it work for all americans which had currently is not doing she says it has been more than three decades since meaningful tax reform cleared congress house and senate republicans are working hard to get a tax bill on the president's desk by the end of the year they insisted sweeping tax cuts will primarily benefit working families democrats say republican tax cuts are aimed at boosting the wealthiest americans inc's tax reform is a key priority of president trump lordon taylor on fifth avenue.
"aung" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The shows could it be there ambiance saito snis thing and i need to get the clap gerald laugh all my questions oh my god looks to us of course gus everything bell says we ought to erupt yes i love that everybody welcome to the iheart radio theater no not yet not yet jim you've got to come and laugh at all my jokes by the way that kelly thing all right let's let's hear a general theory practice ha hey thanks buddy for calling a caller twenty wins aung san suu the mild this was sure concert so maternal rounded annulled this the series shackles two sean miller go ahead welcome to the go ahead the up go ahead go go ahead go ahead go go ahead go gold six two six secs this is in his ex she's actually dislexia during his said the man michael clauses image of him sure listen the shackles miss she has it visit play go ahead go head be go ahead go ahead go ahead go make go ahead go ahead his x the second the did his ex in his sex the deserts the limited his ex ecowas sex both era oh the thumb during his cessive right should gold once you sure massive it took reply go ahead on to the doha had the the up go ahead so go ahead lose work go ahead go ahead go ahead go his xe the xe the xe the xe the xe his xe the xe the medges xia woo hoo yeah the bill do that we know 43 three see let me see it as is in his praise sent me scott data by scott oh seat all see this people with any skin maybe we are made of chas god knows away as cavill zone after this phase made by is this sky.
"aung" Discussed on KQED Radio
"An audience you bring in our audience on aung journey in order to let them in half the see themselves in the euro you know the load is the whole thing that also king to me is that you are such and i'm going to go ahead and say you're such a great american because you represent these great american values right like democracy engagement but he did come with this total sacrifice right you raised american kids in and they were to be honest with you that they were a little pissed off as you said sometimes it was like oil you may i got stuff to do i gotta be at a protest i gotta be a rally i got to be with robert f kennedy i'll see in a little bit yeah and and they were actually table robert kennedy came to my kids were all there they were all there and at that park when maverick kennedy came most of the time you know when they could walking know as long as they were that walk they were on the picket line with with me so is it is it like they will lift completely alone i mean they went to their team age hill rebelliousness as such but at the end of the day they pretty with him up pretty much in line with the movement and i really want to encourage all the mothers and the grandmother's and that the as a and bring your nephews your needs as being a children bring him to those marches by emphasised demonstration because when they are in a big group of people and they see that they're marching for justice a demonstrating that gives them that that courage and that knowledge that that that they have power at work go our yang no so i'm thinking in one particular moment in the film which is really when i was just like when your daughter i don't remember which one says you know what i really wanted for my high school graduation gift was an oath she wanted to know is john and i guess what it was peter and belodedici's that even this mexican i mexicanamerican icon her own kids had issues with their own identity and you see that in the film unit nafta now i i think that that is an issue at that.
"aung" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Sit on them just you this is there yes the cave vw our laws angela kallay number one of a wall favoured ya here's the number two millennium a ventilator middle lanes that have been announced amenity in a minor made on on mojo in the coming in on of his again i'm always on your mind up on my name at the name land on the man in an allinone on my mind ground running winning that in my town reina wooded amazon rabin so as has already been now when you eating gas text to me and uh on the fascinating than before an element that is an unfair the mainland nathan menaj i'm a savage in my stomach you me dealer in media may be see no when i leave allows and all others and i came down as of nii level around aung san suu adam bear them allow not just these zaire denial do therefore knows wishes the i need ing loyalty i you tamil you loyal to his money is a famous wade is a drag is coming down with the pipes in a ranked big deal in only what about emily lau himalaya do it a methodist days when anizah doughty's on condition no went awry we don't tell me when you're laity is coming for not nearly as though it was a woman lane to enhance examining a brain disease thousand a day is added emily allay as his in any way that you would go he was laughable and lady way he and a bra marla just you zaire delay or do reliance jio jeff also knows wishes legco denial i need ing loyalty zaire.
"aung" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Aung 560 ksu level lingle the gary mcnamara then eric harley on red eye radio and he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye it in other stories out there this one caught my eye and and and it really didn't get a lot of publicity but i but i think it's at a really important story and this was uh uh from late last week that uh the un a last tuesday d james kennedy ministries filed a lawsuit against the southern poverty law center the charity the charity navigation organizer guide star and amazon for defamation religious discrimination and trafficking in falsehood the southern poverty law center has listed the d james kennedy ministries as they eight group while guide star also categorized it in those terms and amazon kept the ministry off its charity donation program amazon's smile we embark today on a journey to write a terrible wrong the said dr frank right president and ceo at djk eminem his statement those who knowingly label christian ministry says eight group solely for subscribing to the historic christian faith are either both fully uninformed or wilfully deceitful and in the case of the southern poverty law center are lawsuit alleges the ladder the southern poverty law center has labelled.
"aung" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Twenty two twenty one that is our contact number rolling along aung on the starship muddy talk as we go to bainbridge island washington just across the water from the great city of seattle chris welcome accu yeah we are suffering through a heatwave here's all the way up to eighty degrees and it's it's you know i saw an item all this this weekend and i was just doned uh portland oregon yesterday hit ninety five i'll tell you that sounds like a big number portland cow that's a big number what's on your mind i'm sure it's a little nicer i'm sure it's a nice little bit nigon on the pain bridge island furry you can cool off in a hurry oh yeah i know it when afflicted hurtado better place in the world be it perfect weather right now but we we deserve it because we have her uh as you know for too many months after of the great so we we deserve this could weather now anyway my question has it added to the voices of the the multitude who hangar praises very very good throughout these years i was just reminisce thing i think that i remember when gals i think maybe three or four thousand an an and you're perhaps maybe the only bullish voiced and land i kept looking at paper inheriting was pessimistic pessimistic kept within you and so here we are thank you very much thousand.
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"Asked the un is than the answer is no interest dan live with indian ocean just lived aung blamed but there were some then stores that went into the water because they like the thanks again live a source nope