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"austria press agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | Last month

"austria press agency" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now that its window world of Boston dot com 606 other news we're watching. Tonight. Let's go to Franklin, where they moved to hybrid learning has been put off a bit longer. Now at the high school school officials say they have to delay the transition to high powered learning because over the weekend they learned of an indoor party full of underage kids who were drinking, not wearing masks, and they weren't social distancing either. Say they were able to identify some of the nearly 30 students there for contact tracing, but most of them ran off, officials said. This does not affect preschools or K through eight schools. But if your child went to this party, they have younger siblings in the Franklin schools. You're asked to keep all your kids at home, and they can take part in remote learning. In time. Teachers in Brookline say they're worried about a lack of social distancing in the schools. So w B. C's Carl Stevens reports they've decided to strike Jessica Winder Hsu Bo, the head of the Brookline Educators, union, tells me that Sunday night teachers voted overwhelmingly to go on strike on Tuesday. She says it's because the school committee refuses to mandate 6 FT. Social distancing in the schools were not a gated community. In Brookline, were part of a greater Boston We have 500 teachers that live in the city of Boston, a red zone and they are bringing coming from their neighborhoods in the city interpret lining going back every day when they're brought in the school, But the Brooklyn school superintendent tells me there are no plans to reduce the social distancing requirement in the schools. However, if things improve in the future, he would like the flexibility to do just that. Carl Stevens. W B C. Boston's news radio on it six or seven before we check business. We're watching a developing story tonight Out of Vienna, Austria, officials there warning the community to avoid public transport and all open spaces as they investigate a shooting attack in the inner city. Austria's interior minister says at least one assailant has been killed in The New York Times tonight reporting at least 15 people are hurt, including a police officer now the Austria Press Agency, quoting the nation's top security official here, saying they believe there are several people involved in carrying this attack out, and it is still on going at this hour, so we don't know much about what's happening here. But we do know the attack took place in the inner city right by a synagogue. That house of worship, though what shut down at the time. It is not exactly clear if the synagogue itself was the target. So again. A motive. Unclear. Hear this story still developing a terror attack, according to officials in Vienna, Austria. As we get more, we'll get it right out to you right here on W. B Z but has promised its six so wait. Let's get back to business with Bloomberg Business head of the election tomorrow, plus the Fed Reserve policy meeting and the Big Job report leader this week. The market was jittery today, according to what analysts have been telling Bloomberg. That was tough to see on the down, which rally from the opening bell to the close. Finishing up 423 NASDAQ ended higher by.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:33 min | Last month

"austria press agency" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Well, that's just what he did on this virus. And how'd that turn out today? A big victory for Democrats in Texas, where a federal judge has rejected a Republican effort to invalidate nearly 127,000 votes. In Houston, which is a Democratic stronghold in the state of Texas. Here is the Harris County election official. Chris Holland's an outrageous attempt to strip people of their right to vote here in Chicago business is boarding up their windows. They're fearful. Of election Night violence or possible violence throughout the week here in Chicago. Now we know that we will not have results for quite a while in the presidential race, most likely, but Bill Cameron tells us here in Chicago They are predicting quick Election night results. 90% of Chicago ballots will probably be countered by 10 P.m., Marisol Hernandez Richards. The Chicago Board of Elections, is sounding very confident about this. We expect to begin happen. Results by eight PM the latest Wei have historically had 90% of the results in by 10 P.m.. And we're hoping to do the same for this election. All of this, even as she describes early voting at incredible levels and mail in voting records as having been shattered. No Cameron 8 92 million listeners the latest numbers on covert 19 here in the state of Illinois 6222 new virus cases today. The state positivity rate 8.1% over 68,000 people were tested 20 additional deaths reported statewide. The 17 year old from Antioch, accused of shooting and killing two people during protests in Kenosha appeared today in a Wisconsin court for the first time. Mikhail, with that story. Kyle Rittenhouse is hearing was held by videoconference in comes after a judge in Illinois ruled last Friday to extradite him to Kenosha. At today's court hearing. A preliminary hearing for Riton house was scheduled for December. 3rd And he was ordered held on $2 million Bond. Rittenhouse is accused of shooting three protesters, killing two of them in Kenosha in August after the Jacob Blake shooting by Kenosha police. His defense team says it's a clear cut case of self defense as video shows written house being attacked by protesters. Nick Gale 8 90 W L S a terror attack today at a synagogue in Vienna, Austria. At least one person killed 15 others wounded. Multiple gunmen opened fire on people enjoying a last evening out before lock down in the Austrian capital. Let's get more from ABC is Tom Rivers, Austria, Press Agency reports, authorities believe several Attackers may be involved. The police are urging people to avoid all open spaces and public transportation in the city. Trams and buses aren't stopping and social media users are being asked not to post videos of the police operation, so it's not to endanger officers. So if you saw the ugly Bears game yesterday, you saw that fight. Involving the Bears wide receiver, Javon Whims. Now today, the NFL announcing it is suspended whims for two games without pay. He can appeal. That suspension..

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"austria press agency" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:52 min | Last month

"austria press agency" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Not just the example of our power. The only thing they can tear America part is America itself. And that's exactly what Donald Trump trying. Todo vice president Mike Pence and Democratic running mate Kamala Harris are also in the Keystone State. In many cities. Today, businesses are being boarded up over worries about post election violence. This Trump supporter in Pennsylvania says she's never their way. It's gonna be dangerous for everybody. It's whoever wins is It's gonna be drastic, I think and I am scared. Nearly 98 million ballots have already been cast. That's almost three quarters of the total 2016 vote. Republicans in Harris County, Texas, have filed an appeal in a federal judge's decision which allowed for 127,000 drive through votes to be counted. A terrorist attack in Vienna has left at least one person dead, Austria press agency reports. Authorities believe several Attackers may be involved in a police urging people to avoid all open spaces and public transportation in the city. Trams and buses aren't stopping and social media users are being asked not to post videos of the police operation. So it's not to endanger officers. NBC's Tom Rivers, You're listening to ABC News, Arizona's new station station on Air 92 3 FM online at jr dot com and streaming Live on the GR Nu. Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No It's for two and Jackie Lynn. Here's our top story. Arizona votes a day before Election Day, we may have a statistical dead heat in Arizona's two biggest races, Peter say more joins us Live Now with the story. Becky more Arizona. Republican voters say they're coming home to support Donald Trump, meaning they were leaning to Joe Biden last month. He's now Donald Trump less than a place behind Biden in the latest data Orbital Pole. Martha McSally now only trails Mark Kelly in their Senate race by 1.1 points. Undecided voters that were Republicans and independents had been holding off on making the decision of who they were going to support. Overwhelming percentage of them, particularly with independents have broken towards Senator McSally, and that's It's allowed her to really tighten that gap Data. Orbital's George Caleb also says independence and undecideds usually leans toward the right in Arizona, even if they don't like the Republican candidates and the final NBC News Marist poll of the 2020 election shows Joe Biden, leading with the margin of error in Pennsylvania, and he's tied with Donald Trump here reporting live, Peter Same or Katie. Our news. The choices clear who is going to be the right person to bring us back together as a community and as a country. That's Phoenix Mayor Kate Diego who brought out a celebrity today to greet early voters. Jessica Alba.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | Last month

"austria press agency" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Whoever wins is It's going to be drastic, I think, and I am scared. Nearly 98 million ballots have already been cast. That's almost three quarters of the total 2016 vote. Republicans in Harris County, Texas, have filed an appeal in a federal judge's decision, which allowed for under 27,000 drive through votes to be counted. A terrorist attack in Vienna has left at least one person dead, Austria press agency reports. Authorities believe several Attackers may be involved. The police are urging people to avoid all open spaces and public transportation in the city. Trams and buses aren't stopping and social media users are being asked not to post videos of the police operation, so it's not to endanger officers. Baby sees Tom Rivers, You're listening to ABC News. California's capital city. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne. I Z at 302 with your top local stories. Instruction plans are set for a new expressway connecting I five in Elk Grove to Highway 50 in El Dorado Hills. Fulsome City Council unanimously approved the construction through good Fellow Brothers LLC. Starting this winter. The capital Southeast Connector will be four lanes wide and have a bridge over Halder Creek. Congressman Ami Bera says the connector will drive economic recovery, improve the safety of roads and provide congestion relief in the region. Drivers can't expect to drive the new roadway in 2022, lifelong, conservative and clean energy pioneer, Steve Malik says it's time for the Republican Party to get serious about climate change, He says California has led the way on green energy policies. More and more states and countries are gonna follow suit and government began. If we're going to get in the way He says he was also skeptical about climate change until he attended a Green Energy conference.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on KOMO

"Churches were closed and professional baseball games played in empty stadiums. How South Korea stepped up measures nationwide to fight a resurgence in Corona virus cases at his raised concerns that the epidemic is getting out of control 397 new cases reported today, marking the 10th straight day of triple digit increases, indicating that the speed of the virus has spread was nearing a level seen during the worst of the outbreak in the spring. Authorities in Austria say traffic was backed up for as much as 12 hours on the southern border after a new coronavirus safety measure was opposed on all travelers entering the country, police telling the Austria Press Agency today. Cars were backed up for about Half a day at the karaoke caroling Tuttle and about seven hours to pass into Austria's vacationers returning from Croatia and Slovenia tried to enter the country. Someone whose time now 8 16. As summer winds down, doctors are worrying about increasing covert 19 case numbers here. Charlie Harder, tells us about the warning for the top dock at Seattle King County Public Health Department. Dr Jeff Do. Jin is the county's public health officer. And he says he's concerned about the numbers ineffective reproductive number which tells us whether our outbreak is growing or shrinking. He's above one. It's been above on for much of our outbreak, and it's currently telling us that the outbreak is growing. He warns its likely thousands of people in King County currently have the Corona virus colleagues at the Institute for Disease. My Lane estimate that there were between 609,400 people actively infected with covered 19 on a single day. August change with the best guess around 4500. So the point is that what you see an official members only wealth is in a fraction of the actual number of people of infection's covered 19 community. Well, our efforts were able to bring the numbers down following the initial outbreak. They've risen in the past few weeks and don't seem to be going down. Having about 131 140 cases reported each day over the past week, which is about 3.5 times what we had in early June. Doctor Duchin says. People are letting their guards down, some trying to get their socializing in before a long, cold, lonely season ahead. There have been many inboard gatherings into a parties of large numbers of people at times, Andi even outdoors, where the risk is much more. Much, much lower because of the natural veneration in the sunlight sometimes prolong close face to face. Contact still happens and that is unsafe Weather outdoors or indoors, So socialising is okay. But really, to be safe. It needs to be done in small groups and ideally, with a few people outside the home Now we head into fall, which is the flu season as well idea the prospect of potential for severe influenza season for even an average influence a season. Compounding the covert operator is very, very disturbing and worrisome should be for all of us something years. Preventable hospitalization and death from influenza. We don't really know what the interaction between these two diseases. Maybe, and it certainly will be tremendously confusing to have many people with influence illness, which can look just like Cupid at the beginning. We'll need to be tested a nice place in quarantining the state of up influenza a CZ if they had come until cause it can be a world out and eliminated as a as a cause of their symptoms and illness so very much want Teo promote increased from vaccination in the communities. He was asked about a Corona virus vaccine. Covert 19 vaccines may start to become available in late 2020 or 2021. He wrote him a healthy outlet or the risk right away. Even if they do, there will be health care workers in other prioritization groups getting the vaccine first, and it will take quite a while for it to get to everyone in the community who may be interested in becoming vaccinated. So covert 19 vaccine is not going to be a magic bullet that's going to bring this out to a screeching heart. Do, Jin says. It's time to get ready and be safe. Very Sir in the cova. 19 is going to get a lot worse this phone winter and I would be very happy to be wrong about that. But it would be very irresponsible of each of us wasn't preparing for that possibility by doing everything we can do now to decrease from the 19 transmission and thinking what we will be able to do how he will cope. If this disease gets a lot worse in the coming weeks and months. Charlie Harder. Camo knew someone whose time now. 8 20 money. News markets open Monday, The Dow will be a 27,930, the NASDAQ AT 11,311 in the S and P. 500.

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New Austrian coronavirus measures snarl traffic at border

News, Traffic and Weather

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

New Austrian coronavirus measures snarl traffic at border

"Authorities in Austria say traffic was backed up for as much as 12 hours on the southern border after a new coronavirus safety measure was opposed on all travelers entering the country, police telling the Austria Press Agency today. Cars were backed up for about Half a day at the karaoke caroling Tuttle and about seven hours to pass into Austria's vacationers returning from Croatia and Slovenia tried to enter the

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"austria press agency" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Him driving ways SUV, So that's not a great part of it. But go ahead on, so I don't understand. I've seen some of these videos before. Like, I don't know if they're tic TAC or Where they're done where people You just Play it backwards. And just Yeah, I think that the Like the words. He's not saying it back. What I think he's saying backwards is For instance, he would say it like this. If he was saying the sentence this entire videos backwards, he would say backwards is Video entire this? I don't think he would say. Strugg Cab. See. Oh, we don't know why I disagree. If someone were to play the audio backwards. That is what it would sound like if you're playing the video and the audio backwards, but it sounds like in the video Isn't he? It sounds like they're just rewind it like if you have recorded something, and then gone into, like, final cut in your your editing video when you do this because you were being you bed. Yeah, but right now, it's like I'd like to be here with this lamp. So different that I just don't know how it works like he's saying the entire video was shot backwards. You can see he jumps into a lake. He also pours a glass of water out as he's talking Yah! So it's something that people have to check out what we can put it in the show link. Yep. OK, sir. I mean, I I believe that with video editing you, Khun, do anything you know what I mean? Yeah. Yes. It's very confusing, Skeptical. It is confusing. It is. Yeah, it's kind of your brain starts to hurt as you think about weight today. Well, people and some of the comments from people very funny on Is somebody wrote, I'm most impressed with the backwards driving on anyone who actually believes this video you're being lied to is another one. Another one said. This is my favorite twin peaks seen another person said This your dedication to the arts is commendable. That should be in the loo. Ve Oh, well con town to go to the loo. If you see what something move. Yeah, I just I want to know how it works. They don't understand. And he's got a lot of followers. He's got, like, I don't know. 3.5 million followers. This guy Really? Yes, Steve. You got it, buddy. Sorry. No, no. You 1,007,100. Donna what you're saying to millions? You know, there was gonna be math. So copier is what it is. When it you know, the point is tricky. They're usually they don't do a point for just, you know, 3000? Yeah. There is a point, right? The other's a 3.57 Keiko. There's okay them. I don't know. It's been a long like I still like you. I like you, too. That's fun. All right. Tell us about this. Ah! The Snake story. Have you ever been to an Austrian bachelor party? Many times and, well, you know, things get outta hand, and they usually involve baby snakes. A German man's bachelor party in the Austrian Alps. Wonderful setting ended with a snake bite on the tongue and a trip to a hospital. The Austria Press Agency reported Monday that the local Red Cross Said 30. Ah, a 38 year old was dared to touch his tongue to a baby viper on the floor of an Alpine hut in new mag in Mir two In the southeastern part of Austria. The stake being a snake. Get him. In his tongue swelled up mountain. Rescuers and a doctor were called to the scene. On Saturday evening, he was taken to a hospital. The Red Cross said that the partygoers may have confused the young snake. With a worm. Wait, What? Like they thought it was a worm. But it turned out to be a snake over something about paper worms. They don't have faces and mouths eyes. Yeah, right. Although if you've been drinking Yeah, it's blurry. This isn't worm, You know? Why do we say worm? W O r m We say worm. W A. R M We say warm You would think that w O R M feels like it should be pronounced warm. And W A. R M should be warm. Where the worm should be. W yes. W e right. Can you imagine trying to learn English as a second language? Can't I think about that all the time. He's trying out. They're in love. I mean, good Onya. See, Don't use that. That's not a real phrase. So get it. Good. Yeah. Good on you, mate. John, we do have an email here from.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"By elementary school goals in Australia have been approved by lawmakers. The Austria press agency reported that lawmakers from the governing coalition of chanceless Sebestyen cuts his conservative People's Party and the migration Freedom Party supported the measure late Wednesday. The measure pens wearing ideologically or religiously characterize clothing the covers the head coach his party conceded that the new head sculpt ban is likely to face challenges at Australia's. Constitutional court, Prince Harry has settled privacy and data protection claims against a news agency as AP correspondent, serious shaklee reports the agency hovered over his home in a helicopter took photos directly into. His living room and bedroom. Harry accepted substantial damages. Ends an apology from splash news and picture agency. The figure hasn't been disclosed. In a statement read at high court in London on Harris behalf. His attorney said the home was chosen because of the high level of privacy. It's Ford, but that now he and his wife, Meghan feel they no longer able to live at the property. They pledge to season, desist, from selling issuing publishing or making available. The photographs splash also promise not repeat this conduct by using any arrow means to take photographs, film, footage of the Jeeves, private home, Sarah shaklee, London. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump wants to revamp, the immigration system, including shifting the green card system from one favoring.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Replaced combo compromised. And we are working as we speak with Mr Martin Griffin. The U N special envoy I've met with my shell shocked. Capon peyot is talking to him frequently as we try to amass internet, Mr. Pompeo said United Nations led negotiations on ending the civil war should resume next month. You're listening to the world news from the BBC. At least eight people have been killed in the Philippines by another huge storm. The eighteenth typhoon to hit the country this year, heavy rain caused landslides in mountain province on the northern island of Luzon officials say about thirty people are trapped in buildings hit by debris. Austrian media reports say the country will withdraw from United Nations agreement on migration, which the United States and Hungary have already said they will not sign. The Austria press agency says the government had concerns about the country's sovereignty and potential restrictions on its freedom to act on migration issues. The operator of Japan's bullet trains or Shinkon has agreed to stop making its mechanics crouch in a trench between two tracks with high-speed trains hurtling past their heads maintenance, crews Japan west rail, had endured the practice is part of the training program. The trade union said the exercise was frightening dangerous and unnecessary. Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports if you've ever been on the platform of Japanese tin can send station when a bullet train hurtles through. You'll know it's an awesome and slightly terrifying. Experience. Now, imagine crouching in a trench between the two lines while a train passes at free. Hundred kilometers an hour, just one meter away from your head more than two hundred -ployees of Japan. West rail have been forced to do exactly that over the last two and a half years. The company said it was a training. Exercise to teach maintenance crews the importance of safety. The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the world's tourists statue amid heavy security in the state of good at the one hundred and eighty team to figure known as the statue of unity, betrays Cerna Patel. He played a key role in unifying India after independence in nineteen. Forty seven is twice the size of the statue of liberty in the United States BBC's. And they like to point that out actually Gareth's on the website, we statue in India. There's a bit of a charred really some of the statute of the world and how much bigger this one is at an all of those bigger than the spring temple Buddha in China on your hundred and fifty three meters bigger than the statue of liberty. Right. You said ninety three meters bigger than that giant statue. We saw in the World Cup in Russia and a model and calls eighty five meters. This one is the biggest the statue of liberty. Actually looks quite small chart doesn't does. Indeed. Even the viewing gallery statute is higher than the statue of liberty. Ben James shaima halio with you on Newsday this morning. We'll hear reports from BBC Gujarati talk about opening the grand opening of that statute, some of the debate over the four hundred million dollars that it's cost India as well to build back. Whether it's worth a couple other stories for you this half hour with a week to go to the midterm elections in the US. Our correspondent continues his trip across the country will. Here from the Republican stronghold of Arkansas little later this half hour. We will start this half hour in.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"BBC news. Hello, I'm Gareth in a case, which is divided Pakistan. The supreme court has overturned the conviction of a Christian woman who'd been sentenced to death for blasphemy baby was arrested after an argument with two Muslim women refuse to share a water bowl with her a politician who advocated reform of the law was assassinated in twenty eleven the BBC Kamani is in Islamabad. Today's verdict for many human rights activists and others in Pakistan will be welcomed they'll see it as a victory over injustice, but for others, particularly supporters of populist right-wing clerics. It's a it's a matter of outrage, and there are fears that there could be scenes of unrest are their babies now spent Nydia decade in jail where there are fears that because of the strength of feeling in Pakistan about this case that it simply won't be safe for her to continue living in Pakistan and that she'll have to move abroad. Shrill. Lang who's newly appointed prime minister Mahinda Roger puncture started carrying out official duties in spite of the refusal of his ousted predecessor to stand down on Wickham. A singer said is unexpected sacking last week by the president was unconstitutional. Your catella may has more details outside the prime minister's efficient residents in Colombo supporters of runaway crossing. Hey continue to keep vigil and night. The house is a symbol of political party. And the sacked prime minister has refused to leave it. He's been asking for parliament to be assembled. So that he gets a chance to prove his majority presidency. Racine has suspended parliament under the sixteenth of November. He says his decision to sack the prime minister was legal the rebel leader in south Sudan. Ray machine has returned to the capital Juba for the first time since two thousand sixteen to attend peace celebrations, a weeks after he signed a new agreement with south Sudanese, President Salva Kiir to. The five year civil war rake, Michelle had previously declined an invitation to return, but on Tuesday, his spokesman said both sides needed to trust each other. If there was to be peace the fighting. In Africa's youngest nation has killed tens of thousands of people. The US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and the secretary of state Mike Pompeo, but both called for swift ceasefire in Yemen. Mr. Mattis said the US wanted to see all sides around the negotiating table and an end to dropping bombs within thirty days. This is Dan we've got replaced combat compromise. And we are working as we speak with Mr Martin Griffiths, the UN special l'envoi I've met with him. My shellshocked capon peyot is talking to him frequently as we try to amass. Mr. Pompeo said United Nations led negotiations on ending the civil war should resume next month. You're listening to the world news from the BBC at least eight people have been killed in the Philippines by another huge storm. The eighteenth typhoon to hit the country this year, heavy rain caused landslides in mountain province on the northern island of Luzon officials say about thirty people are trapped in buildings hit by debris. Austrian media reports say the country will withdraw from United Nations agreement on migration, which the United States and Hungary have already said they will not sign. The Austria press agency says the government had concerns about the country's sovereignty and potential restrictions on its freedom to act on migration issues. The operator of Japan's bullet trains or Shing cousin has agreed to stop making its mechanics crouch in a trench between two tracks with high speed trains hurtling past their heads maintenance crews, and it Japan west rail had endured the practice as part of the training program. The trade union said the exercise was. Frightening dangerous and unnecessary. Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports if you've ever been on the platform of a Japanese tin can send station when a bullet train hurtles through. You'll know it's an awesome and slightly terrifying. Experience. Now, imagine crouching in a trench between the two lines while a train passes at three hundred kilometers an hour, just one meter away from your head more than two hundred employees of Japan. West rail have been forced to do exactly that over the last two and a half years. The company said it was a training. Exercise to teach maintenance crews the importance of safety. The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the world's stand statue amid heavy security in the state of good at the one hundred and eighty two meter figure known as the statue of unity, portrays Certa Patel. He played a key role in unifying India after independence in nineteen. Forty seven is twice the size of the statue of liberty in the United. States BBC's. Coin actually Gareth on the website. Statue in India. There's a bit of a jar really fast some of the statues of the world and how much bigger this one is at an all of those bigger than the spring temple Buddha in China, fifty three meters bigger than the statue of liberty. Like, you said ninety three meters bigger than that joint. Starchy restoring the World Cup in Russia in eighteen five meters. This one is the biggest the statue of liberty. Actually looks quite small chart doesn't does. Indeed, even viewing gallery statue is higher than the statue of liberty. Ben, James and shaima halio with you on day this morning. We'll hear our reporter from BBC Gujarati talk about the opening grand opening at that statue in some of the debate over the four hundred million dollars that it's cost India as well to build it. Whether it's worth a couple of other stories for you this half hour with the week to go to the midterm elections in the US correspondent continues his trip across the country will hear from the Republican stronghold of Arkansas. Later this half. We will start this half.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ten forty a man driving through Lakewood, New Jersey, Saturday night spotted a baby crossing the street. And it was a busy street. Corey canyon. The driver tells the Ashbury park presi, I. I thought the baby girl was a toy. But then he saw the girls start moving. He immediately got out of his car to stop traffic. A neighbor came by and grab the child to return her to her home. And right now, we hear that a thorny say the incident is under investigation. It's not clear if charges will be filed. A swarm of bats descended on Vienna. Austria airport airport spokesman Peter Klayman told the Austria press agency that the dense swarm bats descended on one runway for about forty five minutes Wednesday evening as a safety precaution. Another runway was used for takeoffs and landings affecting four flights and causing a few delays airport. Firefighters drove off the mammals by spraying a fine mist of water over the runway. There was no risk to passengers and congress wants to bring back legroom and seat space for airline passengers you're squeezed into that economy seats, so tied. It'll take a crowbar to pry you out. And then you're told you being bombed from your overbooked flight congress to the rescue perhaps there's bipartisan support in both chambers for the FAA to set new minimum seat sizes at prohibit the involuntary bumping of passengers have already boarded but all Federal Aviation programs expire September thirtieth. So lawmakers need to act fast or pass a temporary. Extension. Vicki Barker, CBS news..

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"To fight the us at any cost says as president trump proposes an additional one hundred billion dollars in taxes on chinese goods president trump says he wants to send two to four thousand national guard members to the us mexico border to help fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking and in his first public comments about stormy daniels president trump says he did not know about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment his personal attorney had made the porn actress who alleges she had an affair with him he also says he doesn't know why his longtime lawyer michael cohen made the payment daniels attorney says they quote very much look forward to testing the truthfulness of mr trump's feigned knowledge concerning the payment i'm rita foley network says new teen drama on my blog attempts to tackle raise some poverty with john hughes nineteen eighties style humor said the fictional working class latino and black southern california neighborhood teams worked through typical issues of love and acceptance despite gang violence and constant police presence cocreator eddie gonzales says the show is loosely based on his life growing up in compton california the series follows ruby martinez played by jason chanel as he and his friends navigate high school dances and chemistry exams will try to avoid the inner city turbulence around them the thirty minute ten episode series as part of a growing number of productions about people of color in the united states season one is available now australia's new government wants to ban gills in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday that chancellor sebastian kurz is center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer cortes conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in court schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates some public prosecutors from wearing headscarves european bus service starts up flicks bus will expand to the us this year the munichbased company has become a dominant player in europe over the past five years without owning any buses of its own flicks past develops timetables set service standards and provides the app for customers to book tickets small and medium sized bus companies operate the actual routes company plans to offer the same pokes.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"Scientists have harvested their first crop of vegetables grown without earth daylight or pesticides the vegetables were grown in a greenhouse in antarctica as part of a project designed to help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets german researchers say they've picked about eight pounds of salad greens eighteen cucumbers and seventy radishes grown inside a high tech greenhouse the german aerospace centre de l are which coordinates the project says that by may scientists hope to harvest four to five kilograms of fruit and vegetables a week nassau successfully grown greens on the international space station but dl ours daniel schubert says the arctic project aims to produce a wider range of vegetables that might one day be grown on mars or the moon a teacher walkout in oklahoma is now it's three floors at rock bottom prices homeowners and pros choose florida core their incredible and then design center i tell them what my vision is and i'll come out of there with a real plan the design services are free the pro desk is fabulous if they saved me time they save me money they're going to help you find your products they can help you get in and out of here quickly these guys are experts i'm general contractor and this is my store florida core makes my job incredibly easy florida core for store near you visit florida dot com thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that he associated press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming i pat presidential dogs cats and other predators deadly force fatal confrontations with police the hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit ap dot org slash books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble dot com or ibooks australia's new government wants to ban guilds in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday that chancellor sebastian is center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer courses conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in courts schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates and public prosecutors from wearing headscarves she brought a superhero to live from the small screen and.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"The compost is great for putting in your garden how republicans and democrats view sexual harassment differ ap correspondent warren levinson reports on a new poll six out of ten democrats told the pew research center the united states has a big problem with women being sexually harassed and not being believed when they complain only about a third of republicans see it that way since the rise of the metoo movement some states have moved to strengthen anti harassment laws mainly democratic controlled states such as connecticut in california fifty nine percent of women and twenty seven percent of men say in the few survey they've been sexually harassed physically or verbally as for the increased focus on the issue just over a quarter say they expect it to lead to more opportunities for women in the workplace warren levinson new york australia's new government wants to bengals in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that australia is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday the chancellor sebastian coats center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer cortes conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in courts schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates and public prosecutors from wearing headscarves radio news i'm jacky quin president trump says he didn't know about a hush money payment made to porn actress stormy daniels he spoke with reporters on the presidential jet returning from a speech in west virginia.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"Help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets german researchers say they've picked about eight pounds of salad greens eighteen cucumbers and seventy radishes grown inside a high tech greenhouse the german aerospace centre dl are which coordinates the project says that by maize scientists hope to harvest four to five kilograms of fruit and vegetables a week nassau successfully grown greens on the international space station but dealers daniel schubert's says the arctic project aims to produce a wider range of vegetables that might one day be grown on mars or the moon australia's new government wants to ban girls in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday that chancellor sebastian kurz is center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer cortes conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in courts schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates in public prosecutors from wearing headscarves facebook now says the tens of millions more people might have been exposed and the cambridge analytic privacy scandal than previously thought and facebook's does from now on it will restrict the data it allows outsiders to access on its users those developments came as congressional officials said ceo mark zuckerberg will testify next week while facebook unveiled a new privacy policy that aims to explain the data it gathers on users more clearly but doesn't actually change what it.

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Why Austrian lawmakers are proposing a headscarf ban for kindergarteners

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

Why Austrian lawmakers are proposing a headscarf ban for kindergarteners

"Help astronauts cultivate fresh food on other planets german researchers say they've picked about eight pounds of salad greens eighteen cucumbers and seventy radishes grown inside a high tech greenhouse the german aerospace centre dl are which coordinates the project says that by maize scientists hope to harvest four to five kilograms of fruit and vegetables a week nassau successfully grown greens on the international space station but dealers daniel schubert's says the arctic project aims to produce a wider range of vegetables that might one day be grown on mars or the moon australia's new government wants to ban girls in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday that chancellor sebastian kurz is center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer cortes conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in courts schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates in public prosecutors from wearing headscarves facebook now says the tens of millions more people might have been exposed and the cambridge analytic privacy scandal than previously thought and facebook's does from now on it will restrict the data it allows outsiders to access on its users those developments came as congressional officials said ceo mark zuckerberg will testify next week while facebook unveiled a new privacy policy that aims to explain the data it gathers on users more clearly but doesn't actually change what it.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"How republicans and democrats view sexual harassment differ ap correspondent warren levinson reports on a new poll six out of ten democrats told the pew research center the united states has a big problem with women being sexually harassed and not being believed when they complain only about a third of republicans see it that way since the rise of the metoo movement some states have moved to strengthen anti harassment laws mainly democrat controlled states such as connecticut and california fifty nine percent of women and twenty seven seven percent of men say in the few survey they've been sexually harassed physically or verbally as for the increased focus on the issue just over a quarter say they expected to lead to more opportunities for women in the workplace warren levinson new york australia's new government wants to ban gills in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday the chancellor sebastian kurz his center right coalition hopes to drop his child protection law by summer coats is conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in court schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrate some public prosecutors from wearing headscarves sexual abuse charges have been filed against another coach who worked with team usa athletes ap's mike rossier report this time against a man who ran a club affiliated with usa water polo prominent water polo coach bahkrom horsera has been charged with the sexual abuse of seven underage female athletes during one on one coaching sessions charges have been filed in orange county california against the forty two year old hajra who ran the international water polo club prosecutors say the alleged crimes occurred between two thousand fourteen and january of this year ha's redoubts himself as having helped develop multiple olympians over nearly a quarter century usa water polo the national governing body for the sport has revoked his membership i mike rossier this is fire fighter raphael poor yet reminding you that every day portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through helping first responders tried the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy slot melted swiss limited time get a medium pastrami ruben six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs.

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02:04 min | 2 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on AP News

"Radio news this is firefighter raphael pori yet reminding you that every day a portion of every firehouse subs purchase goes through helping first responders tried the new ruben loaded with hot pastrami sweet and tangy shaw melted swiss or limited time get a medium for me ruben for just six thirty nine firehouse subs joy more subs save more lives limited time offer participating locations firehouse subs will donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand eighteen to the firehouse subs public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase pre buckets of animal poop will be available at the detroit zoo the five pound buckets will be handed out april fourteenth as part of this dues green fest celebration the event comes before earth day and it'll showcase how the zoo recycles waste this dual show off a digest that converts five hundred tons of animal manure and other organic waste each year into methane rich gas to help power the zoos animal hospital nutrient rich fertilizer is a byproduct the zoo notes the compost is great for putting in your garden australia's new government wants to ban in elementary schools and kindergartens from wearing headscarves it wasn't clear how many children might be affected australia's education minister called it a symbolic act signaling that austria is a secular country the austria press agency reported wednesday that chancellor sebastian kurz center right coalition hopes to drop its child protection law by summer cortes conservatives and the right wing freedom party of talked of a need to crack down on radical islam the previous government last year prohibited full face veils in courts schools and other public places and band police officers judges magistrates in public prosecutors from wearing headscarves as the trump administration pushes new tariffs that many believe could start a trade war ap's ben thomas reports the latest trade figures show a growing deficit not seen in nearly a decade the commerce department says the.

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"austria press agency" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"austria press agency" Discussed on NPR News Now

"They were nowhere near the crowds heavier arm us with the group bae resistance helped organized one of several counterdemonstrations he says the scheduled rally wasn't about free speech the really pushing for extreme rightwing agenda that masquerade for killing the minority scene of phobia peaking out immigration were leading note at work in excise free arborist unopposed that for npr news i'm alex emslie in san francisco nn american journalist has been killed in south sudan impairs haider peralta reports he'd been embedded with rebel troops christopher allen had spent most of his young journalism career covering the war in ukraine he came to east africa recently in embedded with rebel troops in south sudan according to the military allen was killed during a firefight between rebels and government soldiers in a town near the ugandan border the civil war in south sudan has sparked africa's biggest humanitarian crisis and over the past year the government has cracked down on journalists making coverage harder and more dangerous at least six journalists have been killed in south sudan since the war began in 2013 allen's coverage of the conflict in ukraine appeared in the telegraph vice news in aljazira he was twenty six years old it pravda npr news they roby and you're listening to npr news a ceasefires in effect today and a battle against the islamic state group along syria's western border with lebanon lebanon s military and serious army including its hezbollah allies have been waging separate campaigns along lebanon's border with syria for the past week both sides announce a ceasefire the lebanese military says it will allow for negotiations hoover group of lebanese soldiers captured three years ago five mountain climbers are reported dead in austria the austria press agency says they were killed in a climbing accident today it's not clear what happened to a sixth person rescue efforts are still underway.

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