21 Burst results for "Aviv Israel"
"aviv israel" Discussed on Bankless
"Phantom is both a browser extension and a mobile wallet and is also the only wallets his fan both the Solana and Ethereum ecosystems. Check it out at phantom app. And now let's get into the interview. Bank this nation, we are back at the start square sessions in Tel Aviv, Israel, and I am here with Terrence, who's going to walk us through the world of stark ware gaming. Gaming, excuse me. Terrence, tell us, how did you arrive on stark net? What brought you here? Yeah, definitely. Thank you for having me. So my journey on stark Ned started about, I would say November 2021. We had recently launched the dobos project, which is based on loot and was on chain gaming ecosystem with a Dao associated with it. And as part of the secondary royalties, bootstrapped it down, there was governed by the players that have minted like this free to NFT. And we started a grant fund where we were just grant people like the Dow would choose to grant people building on interesting things contributing to the dopest universe.
"aviv israel" Discussed on Bankless
"In bad news though, operation choke point promises to take crypto bankless, but in the bearish way, perhaps crypto's biggest regulatory threat ever. Bangla station, it is the second Friday of February. David, what time is it? Ryan, it's the Friday bank this weekly roll up where we cover the entire weekly news in crypto, which is always an ambitious endeavor, especially this week. An insane amount of shipping, some extra large FUD, and we're gonna cover it all on this roll up here, and now with, of course, coffee. Coffee coffee. As always, in my Ember mug too. So it's nice and piping hot. David, you are back. And your voice still hasn't fully recovered. Although it's better than it was yesterday. So how many days of recovery and what happened to you? Yeah, my voice is slowly coming back after going to the start square sessions until Aviv Israel and doing 9 interviews, which the bankers nation will notice at the first four of is on their podcast feed. So you can go ahead and listen to those. If you just can't make it out to conferences, don't worry because bankless has your
"aviv israel" Discussed on Bankless
"Welcome to banquets where we explore the frontier of Internet money and the Internet finance. And sometimes that frontier of Internet money is found at a conference, which is why last weekend I flew out to tell Aviv Israel. To attend the stark recessions, a two day event hosted by stark wear to bring the greater star ware and stark net ecosystem together. To meet, learn, discuss, and build the future of stark net. And as you might be able to tell, I have totally lost my voice from doing all of these interviews that I've brought back to share with you all here in the bankless nation. I personally wanted to go to the starker sessions because my understanding and comprehension of this darpa ecosystem is not as strong as my understandings of other parts of the Ethereum ecosystem. And this makes sense when you learn about the design choices that stark ware has made. They've built their own developer language and their own virtual machine instead of using solidity and the EVM like most other layer twos and other alt layer ones out there. Why did they do this? What benefits does that bring? How much friction does that make for developers? How do stark net developers feel about the protocol they're building on? How much ownership does this darknet community feel about the platform that they're all creating together? These questions and many more are the questions that I saw answers for during my short time in Tel Aviv. And why I wanted to go to stark wear sessions in the first place. And I've certainly feel like I've got these questions answered. But instead of just telling you what my conclusions are instead, I'm bringing back 9 interviews I did with various stakeholders and builders of this darknet ecosystem. So you can conclude for yourself. What you think about what's being built over on the frontier of stark world. I interviewed uri kolody and Ellie banned sassan, the founders of stark ware, and who I'm warmly calling the dads of dark net. And ask them about their perspectives of the network that they have spawned here. And by network, I don't just mean protocol. I also mean community, both urie and Ellie understand that what they've built has become much more than just a technology.
The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"aviv israel" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Is facing a constitutional crisis with the new government looking to make bold moves that could recast the judicial system. A new court decision points to the emerging battle lines. Other than prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the most consequential figure in Israeli politics today, is Arya dairy, a senior minister in the country's hard right government, and head of the ultra orthodox Shaw's party. Mister Netanyahu's biggest coalition partner. His pivotal role was confirmed Wednesday as the Israeli Supreme Court transformed a theoretical battle over Israeli democracy into a practical one. In a bombshell decision, it ruled mister Derry's appointment as both interior and health minister was unreasonable in the extreme. Due to his repeated criminal convictions. And it instructed mister Netanyahu to fire him. The case is a microcosm of a larger anticipated battle as the Netanyahu government pushes forward with plans to undermine the independence of institutions like the Supreme Court. And, according to critics, hand unchecked power to the government. Esther Hyatt, chief justice of the Supreme Court, declared last week that the government's plans would deal a fatal blow to the country's democratic identity. Mister Netanyahu's partners reject talk of a constitutional crisis, and maintain they are simply restoring sovereignty to the voters, as opposed to unelected and activist legal officials. Analysts expect mister Netanyahu to uphold the court's decision and fire mister Derry, although the case is expected to act as a catalyst for the broader judicial reforms already planned. This story was reported by Mary zilber, in Tel Aviv Israel, for the monitor. After weeks of massive rainstorms, California and the American West are grappling with how to manage flood risks, rebound from drought, and make new plans for the Colorado River basin. As president Joe Biden heads to a sodden California Thursday, the state is trying to clean up after a series of storms dumped over a year's worth of rainfall in under a month, causing at least 20 deaths and billions of dollars in damages. One set of calculations estimates 25 trillion gallons of water fell across the state during the first two weeks of storms, which started December 27th. The series of atmospheric rivers, at least 9, that brought the deluge, took forecasters by surprise, causing flood warnings for 90% of Californians, and forcing tens of thousands of residents to evacuate their homes. The California geological survey has mapped almost 600 mudslides since the storms began. A result of heavy rain on top of loose dry landscapes and burn scars throughout the fire prone state. Despite the destruction, rain is much needed relief after three
"aviv israel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The region. Which is why we'll discuss my continued support, even though I know it's not in the near term and two state solution. That remains in my view the best way to ensure the future of equal measure of freedom prosperity and democracy. For Israelis and Palestinians alike, we're going to celebrate the ending of people of people connecting in the enduring connection that binds our nation together, commemorate the history that we must never allow to repeat itself. So that is president Joe Biden at the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv Israel saying a two state solution is the best way cliff Smith. What say you? I think that a two state solution is best if or it certainly good if and this is the key component that people often forget. If it actually means two states living side by side in peace. And I think the problem is, is that too many Palestinians have actually not given and certainly not Hamas and sadly, too much of the PA leadership has fundamentally not accepted Israel as a Jewish state. But fundamentally not accepted that Israel will not just go away someday. And given that any idea of us two state solution is missing half of the half of the component, I do believe that certainly Israel has offered two states multiple times and been turned down and it's because at the end of the day, too much in the Palestinian street, the Palestinian leadership has one of the whole thing. They want Israel to go away and they think they can get it. And as long as they think they can get it, then that is what they will continue to try to do. Certainly that's Hamas is trying to do. And I would argue, sadly, so is the PA at the end of the day. So I think my organization is frequently called for Israel victory. And by that, we don't mean that Israel levels are mala or anything like that. What we mean is that they convince the Palestinians by whatever means necessary that the war is over Israel one, it's going to live as a Jewish state into perpetuity and that they need to make their deals with that in mind. Once you get there, sure. I agree with him. That's Israel and the Palestinians to figure out. But you have to get to the point where if Palestinians have legitimate NASCAR lost duration, they have to recognize Israel does too and that their attempts to destroy Israel's national aspirations are not viable anymore. I think that's a very valid precondition. And I think it's remarkable because you're right. I think it's oftentimes absent from a lot of conversations. We kind of take for granted that the average Palestinian, at least the ones I've spoken to, they're not even fans of the Palestinian authority, and they have a lot of respect and camaraderie for their Israeli neighbors from my experience. It's these groups that you're talking about Hamas and the Palestinian authority that really are the ones digging their heels in the ground. At least that's what I've seen. What's your view? I think that it is very hard to know for sure. I mean, Hamas is a terrorist organization in a theocratic terrorist organization with that. The PA is essentially a autocracy that has claimed legitimacy and at one point may have had support, but certainly doesn't anymore. Figuring out what the people's true views are in that situation is difficult. I know many Palestinians like hate to play the one of my best Friends or Palestinians card, but it's true. I do know many and I can hear from friends at the same time. There is certainly a number of Palestinians that are not willing to accept that. And there's enough of their leadership that's not willing to to wear regardless of what the people on the street think as long as the leadership doesn't have that power or it doesn't take that point of view. As long as they don't have the power, their views don't really matter that much. And I think that I think it's a matter of convincing everyday Palestinians that they need to live in peace with Israel and accept Israel's legitimate. And then having them convinced their leadership, however that may be. And I would like to say that's easy. I would like to say that's going to happen tomorrow. I think that would be better for Israel than to be better for the Palestinians, but get me there. Right now I don't see it. And at least not in the short term. And that's the sad truth of the matter. Yeah, fair enough. Folks around with cliff Smith, he's the director of the Middle East forum in Washington, D.C.. Now, cliff, I want you to hear this cut of Biden again at the Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. Saying that it's important to keep alive the truth and honor of the Holocaust. Listen to this. Later
WABE 90.1 FM
"aviv israel" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Sad situation where it sounds like spectators were targeted and even though there were marching through it. I'm a Roni Garcia was one of those spectators. I remember hearing shootings, going like, and then reloading, and then again. And people screaming and running. She was with her daughter, they ran and hid in a store. I can stay there because I was afraid that there was going to be people coming towards us and we weren't going to be safe. Police are asking for witnesses to step forward with information. In Akron, Ohio 4th of July festivities are also canceled and a state of emergency is in effect. From member station WK SU Kabir bhatia reports, people are demonstrating against last week's fatal shooting of a black man who police say shot at them as he fled a traffic stop. Protesters marched peacefully through downtown Akron on Sunday after the release of body cam footage showed 25 year old Jalen walker being shot dozens of times by police. But overnight, the city says protesters damage property and broke store windows. There's now a 9 p.m. until 6 a.m. curfew in place until further notice. Walker reportedly fled a traffic stop last Monday and police say he fired a shot from his car, but left the weapon behind when he fled on foot. After the shooting, mere day in horror said this was not the time for celebration and canceled the city's annual 4th of July festivities. For NPR news, I'm Kabir bhatia, in Akron. The U.S. State Department has concluded that the Israeli army was likely responsible for killing a Palestinian American journalist in the occupied West Bank in May, and it is urging accountability, but NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Tel Aviv, Israel has not taken responsibility. Al Jazeera journalist shirin Abu akle was killed while covering an Israeli arrest raid, a United Nations review and some media analyses found Israeli forces likely killed her. The Palestinian authority this weekend gave the bullet to a U.S. representative who oversaw an examination. The State Department says the bullet was badly damaged and the forensic examination was inconclusive, but it said the U.S. has reviewed Israeli and Palestinian official investigations and concluded that gunfire from Israeli army positions was likely responsible, though unintentional. Israel has not endorsed that conclusion, Israeli defense minister Benny Gantz said quote, Palestinian terrorists operating in a civilian population are chiefly responsible. Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv. It's NPR news. Rising mortgage rates are putting even more pressure on the rental market and pierce Jennifer Ludden reports a housing shortage has sent rental prices spiking and bidding wars heating up. Around the country renters it all income levels say they're being outbid forced to offer above asking price. Sometimes by hundreds of dollars, the U.S. has not built enough homes or apartments for more than a decade, and now more millennials are moving out on their own, says Jessica allows of the national association of realtors. And so as we see this demand really pushed up against this huge wave of young adults starting household formation, there's no quick solution to this. Rents are up 15% over the past year and far more in some places, a record number of housing units are under construction, but it will take time for that to affect the market. Jennifer led an NPR news Washington. In Italy, mountain crews are searching for more than a dozen people who remain unaccounted for after a chunk of glacier broke off in the Alps, causing an avalanche and slamming into hikers on a popular trail yesterday. One body was found today raising the
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"aviv israel" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack spear President Biden says he will keep pushing for changes to gun laws after the mass shooting in uvalde Texas as NPR's Tamara Keith reports Biden says he hasn't yet spoken with Senate Republicans whose votes would be needed President Biden says there's no rational basis in hunting or self defense for the sorts of high caliber weapons used in the school shooting in uvalde And he wants Congress to pass an assault weapons ban I can do the things I've done and then the executive action I can take off continue to take But I can't outlaw a weapon I can't change the background check I can't do that Biden says he doesn't know what Senate Republicans would support because he hasn't spoken to them yet But there is no indication Republicans would go for an assault weapons ban There are preliminary discussions about a red flag law to temporarily take weapons from someone deemed to be a danger to themselves or others or to expand background checks Tamara Keith and PR news The president and First Lady attended a mass in uvalde Texas yesterday paying tribute to those who lost their lives in last week's school shooting the Justice Department William miles says it will review law enforcement response to the shooting at the request of that city's mayor so the Chavez is a reporter with Dallas she is in uvalde and says people are wondering why it was so easy for 18 year old Salvador Ramos to get a high powered weapon Those are the questions people have is like could more have been done to prevent him from going out and buying a gun and doing all of these scenes And maybe if that had happened perhaps this awful incident wouldn't have happened Reporters tell the Chavez and uvalde Texas 19 children into adults died in the shooting Israel is warning its citizens against visiting turkey over fears Iran could try to attack them to avenge the recent assassination of a top Iranian officer NPR's Daniel western reports from Tel Aviv Israel was reportedly behind the killing of a senior revolutionary guards officer in Iran last week now Israel's National Security Council is warning Iran may try to attack Israelis and countries bordering Iran and around the world Israel singled out turkey a popular vacation destination as carrying high risk for Israelis Israel and Iran are waging a shadow war Israel's military is preparing for a potential attack on Iranian nuclear facilities in the future On Monday Israel's military said it began a first of its kind training exercise in Cyprus to simulate operations quote deep inside enemy territory training how to adapt to unfamiliar territory Daniel estrin NPR news Tel Aviv Authorities in Shanghai say they'll be lifting the city's coronavirus lockdown for midnight on starting Wednesday and move to allow private cars back on the roads and people move freely in and out of low risk housing compounds U.S. markets are closed today This is NPR The husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi was arrested over the weekend authorities say that Paul Pelosi was taken into custody on suspicion of DUI after a minor two vehicle crash with no injuries in California wine country Records show Paul Pelosi was arrested at late Saturday Napa county released early Sunday morning on a $5000 bail the speaker was on the east coast and delivered the commencement address at Brown university Sunday she declined to comment on the matter because it is private The UN says more than a billion meth amphetamine tablets were seized in east and Southeast Asia last year Michael Sullivan reports on the threat posed by illegal drug production and trafficking in the region The record number of seizures came in a year that saw the street price of meth fall according to the UN office on drugs and crime meaning that supply continues to grow The region is literally swimming in methamphetamine said you see regional representative Jeremy Douglas There are a lot of seizures being made but no impact being made on the business itself he added The UN says more than 90% of the seizures occurred in Thailand Laos Myanmar and Cambodia opium production in the region's infamous golden triangle has been largely replaced by methamphetamine which is cheaper and easier to produce with a bulk of it thought to originate in Myanmar's Shan state Friend PR news I'm Michael Sullivan in Chiang Rai Her famous smile was undamaged but French authorities said they have taken a 36 year old man into custody after he threw a piece of cake at the Mona Lisa to Louvre shouting at people to quote think of the earth please say the man apparently disguised himself as an elderly woman I'm Jack spear NPR news.
"aviv israel" Discussed on FoundMyFitness
"Or if you're already sold on the idea of supporting the podcast, you'll find out how to do that on there too. Totally worth it. Now let's get into that interview with doctor Iran Alana. Hello everyone, welcome back to the podcast. I'm here today with doctor Iran elav. He is at MD PhD and a Professor of immunology. He is the principal investigator of two labs, one at the weitzman institute of science and Tel Aviv Israel and the other at the German cancer research center in heidelberg Germany..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"aviv israel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Barrel Bitcoin now down by 1.1% 45,710 on Bitcoin I'm Charlie pallet that is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much So we're keeping an eye on the markets because we've definitely seen yields move up and stocks intensify especially when it comes to the tech sector in particular they're selling after those latest fed meeting minutes We'll talk about that in a little bit Basically the fed set of strengthening economy and higher inflation could lead to earlier and faster interest rate increases in previously expected So that is why we're seeing the market trade In the meantime we're watching all those COVID headlines Yeah we are Rio de Janeiro canceling its world renowned carnival a street parties for the second straight year as a new wave of infection spreads throughout the Brazilian city Here in the U.S. Ivy League universities Yellen Princeton said they would limit student travel and impose testing requirements to curb the spread of the autocrat variant But I don't need to tell our audience any of these headlines because they know from their own personal behavior the way the amaron is affecting their lives Yeah exactly And a big one too is what Hong Kong is doing They're going to ban flights from 8 countries that includes the UK and the U.S. shut bars and gyms for a couple of weeks to curb that spread of the highly infectious variants So like many of us as we go through the pandemic our next guest has been shaped by our own experiences with healthcare looking to make changes She is Seagal atman she's founder and medics global on the phone from Tel Aviv Israel Seagal good to have you here How are things in Israel Hi Karen Thanks for having me again Well Israel as this America is currently in the midst of another huge wave with this amic one hitting us all I guess But the thing is although the article seems really milder it is really getting wilder And yes if I look and put it in perspective less people will get badly sick but still people will die and people will be hospitalized It's a matter of scale We see it in Israel We see the Europe received in the UK and we see it in America What's the right approach here We know that the appetite for lockdowns at least here in the United States is not very big But it's interesting to see the news from Hong Kong as Carol mentioned banning flights from 8 countries the UK and the U.S. included in shutting bars and gyms for two weeks to help curb the spread of this Is there any evidence that that will work or do you at this point it's so contagious You just have to let the virus run its course In all honesty and again by looking as a company that works on the ground in over 90 different countries I think it's time we put behind us the whole story of forcing people to get vaccinated putting them mandates and having the government zigzagging left and right with going to test or not to test Right now we need to change the way we approach the management of this pandemic And right now I feel that's the ones who have gotten vaccinated We'll continue to do so the ones we haven't and didn't they want it and it's game over So now we need to focus really on the next phase and that is separation So we'll get your house better Your body reminds exercise each world Protect yourself It's about preparations and prevention Get vaccinated where your mask social distancing where you can and rehabilitation How do we actually get people over it get better with good medical outcomes And the good news is we have the vaccinations and Carol we have treatments We have the COVID Bill right Right The toolkit We have so many more things to play with than we did back certainly in the early days of 2020 So one thing I do wonder Tim and I talk about this a little bit off air It's carrot stick What about forgive me everyone and maybe this is a provocative but do you somehow penalize those who've said I'm not going to get the vaccine but maybe there's something because this is such a community based virus that it's not just what you do that just only impacts you It impacts your community So is there some punitive measures that we need to be thinking about because of that I think we're way beyond that Green passports should have been implemented long time ago But again that is beyond the stage Right now this is so transmissible Everyone is going to be at risk So we need to improve our communication We need to be more consistency The government has to fix its procurement issue with the testing People should be able to get tested if they have symptoms This cutting down of stay at home needs to be sorted and I think we need to move forward into testing staying at home and getting home care treatment right So I don't think there's punitive I don't think we can go against 40% of the population America has constitutional freedom People are allowed to choose And the government can not force anymore What we do see in America and other countries is corporate employers and the people who are taking the power in their hands and making decisions And it depends where you work who your employer is and how you want to manage your personal risk and your community risk But you said very importantly it's a community driven issue But the communities impact the states and the states being next to each other impact us at national level I'm wondering I'm wondering what the role is for companies in this and the return to the office If you don't think that mandate should be a tool that the U.S. government uses what about when it comes to the corporate world and requiring boosters for example to come back to the office I see more and more corporates around the world and in America included that say if you're not vaccinated you can not work for us You can not return to the office Is that the right approach Well I think it is but people have the choice I want to work with a company at the company where I have to get vaccinated or not They can get other jobs Not every corporate imposes a vaccine mandate But I do think and that's what we see on the ground More corporates are saying it's not about what the government is saying is about how we run our business How we're going to protect jobs how we're going to protect supply chains How are we going to keep that inflation down or under control And the economy running if we don't have people coming into work Yeah Right Well fingers can't keep it Yeah So you're right you're right But it is tricky And I guess we keep thinking 6 months from now it'll be that much better in 6 months And here we are Exactly And she is founder and chief executive officer at medics global on the phone from Israel This is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg money minute Federal Reserve officials say a strengthening economy and higher inflation could lead to earlier and faster interest rate increases than previously expected Minutes from last month's policy meeting show officials were unanimous in expecting to begin raising rates this year Stocks are headed lower following the fed's announcement all three main indices are now in the red the down industrials are down 78 the S&P.
"aviv israel" Discussed on WTOP
"Here They reversal of fortune here Perhaps prompted by the first case of the new COVID variant the United States that I was up more than 300 points before lunch is now down 224 the S&P 500 Index is down a half percent NASDAQ is down one and a quarter percent Capital One becomes the largest bank yet to eliminate all overdraft fees Capital One's overdraft fee is $35 and by eliminating it It's giving up about a $150 million in revenue Banks are increasingly under pressure to drop excessive fees Coffee is getting more expensive Wholesale coffee prices are a ten year high up 85% from a year ago Part is weather and coffee growing regions Part is also lower production in Vietnam and Ethiopia The city where the world's highest cost of living is now Tel Aviv Israel has one of the highest rates of inflation among developed nations Paris ties Singapore is second most expensive New York and Los Angeles are the only U.S. cities in the top ten at number 6 and number 9 Jeff label that will leave to your views Money news brought to you by audible audible is bestselling audiobooks exclusive originals and podcasts all in one app This holiday season treat yourself with 60% off your first three months just visit audible dot com for more details Keep it here on TOP oh Macron reaches the U.S. the first case with a new variant was found in California and the Supreme Court here is a Mississippi abortion case that could challenge roe V wade It draws protesters outside will take.
Smart Kitchen Show
"aviv israel" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"Huge market so we will need to build mittens of leader and that means hundreds of facilities across the united states to feed. You know a massive population Democracy itself is is several hundreds of billions of dollars you need to produce a ton of millions of dollars of products to to tablet even beyond me that has been in the market for for for several years now is only the hundreds of millions of apps. Can we talk about the product itself right. So when i if i were to fly to tel aviv israel and have a sample hopefully sometime. I could do that or you can try over here. But what is what. I'm eating a sample of of of your chicken. Right is this. Is this a mix of Is it hybrid. Product that has some plant-based components in it for like scaffolding. Or or. what am i actually looking at. Because to get like purely selby speed product with all the texture the muscle etc. That's a big leap. So what am i looking at today. what am i gonna look at. Maybe five years from now. First of all tell you that mike kids don't notice and and i can probably full monty. It's very difficult to four I've lousy poker face. But i can probably for so i can't do that beyond or impossible. it's.
TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"aviv israel" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Wildfires and memory in the West. ABC's Matt Gutman is in Madera County, California. There are 14,000 firefighters on the fire lines across the west coast of the U. S officials telling us it is hotter, drier. Earlier than anything they have ever seen. Kobe cases are again rising, especially in parts of the country. With low vaccination rates. 28 states are now reporting at least a 10% jump an infection. In recent days, Senate Democrats have announced a $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation agreement. It's aimed at paying for much of President Biden social agenda with a simple majority vote. President Biden will discuss the plan with Senate Democrats during lunch today. The president urging Congress to move forward on legislation to overhaul the federal election system history in the Middle East, the United Arab Emirates opening an embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel. This is ABC News. New federal charges filed against people with connections to Iranian intelligence. Over a suspected kidnapping plot. ABC chief Global Affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. This is an extraordinary plot to allegedly kidnapped a U. S citizen on U. S soil and force her back to Iran and throw her in prison. The Justice Department indicting for Iranian intelligence operatives and a California resident in what they say was an elaborate plan to capture prominent Voice of America journalist Author and women's rights activists must see Elena got the mother of two young girls whose bodies were found floating last month in a canal near Fort Lauderdale, Florida has been arrested. Denisa Hogan is reportedly facing two counts of first degree murder, the death toll and the collapse of a hotel in the eastern China Now up to 17 people as recovery effort to wrap up six people survived when the three story hotel came down on Monday. I could catch him. ABC News. I'm one of thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer, or NBC,.
"aviv israel" Discussed on KTOK
"News. There are reports the last week and a half of fighting between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza could be winding down, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says publicly though it'll take us long as it takes to stop rocket attacks and do his country plane after plane took off from an Israeli air base on bombing runs to Gaza. Israel claiming to have hit over 800 terror targets there and killing some 130 militants. But it's the habit, which has been heaped on Palestinians that really has the world concern. Women and Children killed shortages of food, water, power and medicine. Thousands homeless, even missing Fox's Greg Palkot until Aviv, Israel. Report from Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee finds significant circumstantial evidence that the Corona virus that's been spreading around the world leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China, California Congressman Devin Nunes tells Fox If you look at reporting from around the world on the origins of the virus, all signs point to the lab. That's all we really have to go on. Because our intelligence community once again has failed us. Chinese government claims the virus occurred naturally jumping to a human from some other species. 35 House Republicans joined Democrats passing a bill to create a commission to investigate the January 6th attack of the capital. Republican leadership opposes the idea. Two former Colorado police officers now face charges for how they handled the woman with dementia. During her arrest last year. 73 year old caring Gardner suffered arm injuries after to Loveland officers Austin Hop and Daria Jalali arrested her for leaving a store without paying. Prosecutors say hop covered up excessive force use. While Jalali never reported it. Sarah Shockey and attorney for the family, This is not an excessive force case. It's torture. She accuses Loveland Police chief Robert Tie, Sir of being part of a cover up tie. Sir says he supports the counts against the now former officers who resigned in April. Doctor's going all Scott. America's.
The Patriot AM 1150
"aviv israel" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Foster Fox News. There are reports the last week and a half of fighting between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza could be winding down. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says publicly though it'll take us long as it takes to stop rocket attacks and do his country plane after plane took off from an Israeli air base on bombing runs to Gaza. Israel claiming to have hit over 800 terror targets there and killing some 130 militants. But it's the havoc which has been heaped on Palestinians that really has the world concern women and Children killed Shortages of food, water, power and medicine. Thousands homeless, even missing boxes. Great palkot until Aviv, Israel. Report from Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee finds significant circumstantial evidence that the Corona virus that's been spreading around the world leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China, California Congressman Devin Nunes tells Fox If you look at reporting from around the world on the origins of the virus, all signs point to the lab. That's all we really have to go on. Because our intelligence community once again has failed us. Chinese government claims the virus occurred naturally jumping to a human from some other species. 35 House Republicans joined Democrats passing a bill to create a commission to investigate the January 6th attack of the capital. Republican leadership opposes the idea. Two former Colorado police officers now face charges for how they handled a woman with dementia. During her arrest last year. 73 year old caring Gardner suffered arm injuries after to Loveland officers Austin Hop and Daria Jalali arrested her for leaving the store without paying. Prosecutors say hop covered up excessive force use. While Jalali never reported it. Sarah Shockey and attorney for the family, This is not an excessive force case. It's torture. She accuses Levelland police chief Robert Tie, Sir of being part of a cover up tie. Sir says he supports the counts against the now former officers who resigned in April. Doctor's going all Scott. America's.
Democracy Now! Audio
"aviv israel" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"They are sharing with us. Now, on the house floor, both reflects those Grassroots constituency said was the analysis that's been forged in The Crucible of struggle. For example, representative Corey Bush, who came to Washington on the shoulders of movement and Ferguson. Missouri, Give a Moose in speech on the house floor and dedication to a fallen Warrior, best musty and she emphasized there that black and Palestinian solidarity is real and there is a commitment not because of some not be a radical framework, but because of the work, they did on the ground, during the Ferguson guys, a moment during the occupation of Ferguson in 2014, in the simultaneous bombardment of Gaza, when I became clear and evident that Israeli and US state. Violence are not the same but quite similar and operate through similar circuits of capital and Profit. The fact that U s police officers from Ferguson were trained by Israeli Army personnel and Israeli police. The fact that similar Technologies are used in US prisons as well as Israel represents for surveillance. The fact that similar tactics of racial profiling are used the fact that excess weapons from us War making in the Middle East. It's endless were making in the Middle East wage, then distributed to local law enforcement Offices here in the United States makes clear that this is not about self defense that this is not nearly about a struggle for civil rights, but this is about State violence and oppression meant to maintain the supremacy of one racial group above all. And so I'm excited by this shift in Congress, don't not surprised. I hope to see more of it as grass. Roots movements continue to take leaders to Washington. We're going to break and then come back to this discussion. We have an hour with our guests, Palestinian human rights attorney and legal scholar here in the United States, and get on Levi, speaking to us, from Tel, Aviv Israel, journalist and columnist for haaretz and a member of its editorial board. We're also going to hear from the head of but selim the leading Israeli human rights organisation down. Angela Davis expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people. Stay with us.
"aviv israel" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Well, she says, I'm thinking of kids and Gardner about Arab kids in Israel. Our kids, she says. It hurts me. I see no future of peace. Kids are growing up on hate on both sides. And I understand a curfew has been imposed in that area. Why is that? Well because all of these tensions have ignited civil unrest in that city and many other cities. Backing up an Arab man several days ago was shot and killed allegedly by a Jewish man. There were protests by Arabs, a cemetery synagogue were torched. And now this evening, we're seeing scenes of gangs. Jewish crowds, many of them roaming the streets, smashing windows of an Arab own store. At one place. We watched on live television as a Jewish crowd beat a man suspected of being Arab in the street. In one town and then in another town and Arab crowd was reported beating a Jewish man. These are scenes that we have not seen and previous Israel Gaza wars and it is extremely worrying. That is NPR's Daniel Estrin in Tel Aviv, Israel. Thank you so much, Daniel. Thank you. A neck. Sperry mental device that turns thoughts into text has allowed a man who is paralyzed to type messages on a computer. NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, the device is able to decode signals in the brain that are usually used for handwriting. The man was left, unable to move his arms and legs after an accident, says Dr Jamie Henderson, a neurosurgeon at Stanford University. He was taking out the garbage slipped fell. And instantly became quadriplegic, so he's essentially completely paralyzed, Henderson says. A few years ago, the man agreed to take part in a study of an experimental system that allows people to control computers and other devices using only their thoughts. Anderson says the system relies on electrodes implanted inside the skull. The electrodes are placed just over the motor cortex of the brain, which is the outer part of the brain that controls movement. Henderson and a team of scientists had the participant imagine that he was holding a pen and handwriting individual letters on a sheet of paper. Computer monitor the man's brain activity and Christmas Chinoy of Stanford in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute says. Eventually, the machine learned to decode signals associated with every letter of the alphabet. And then we can determine if the letter you wrote is an A or a B or C. And then plucked that up on the screen and you're able to spell out words that sudden says and so forth. One letter at a time the system produced the correct letter 95% of the time so chinois and the team decided to see how fast it was. And what we found surprisingly, is that we can decode this information quite rapidly so that you're able to type but about 90. Characters per minute. That's a bit slower than most people can text on a smartphone. But it's more than twice the speed of an earlier approach that had participants used their thoughts to point and click at letters on a screen. Jamie Henderson says that because handwriting is a skill most brains already know it was easy for the Mento learn to control the computer. He was very happy when he was able to write out messages. In response to some of the questions that we ask him he was He was pretty excited about this, Henderson says. The ability to communicate this way would be most valuable to someone unable to move or speak. We can also envision Someone who might have had a spinal cord injury. For example, Like our current participants, who wants to use email or save a computer programmer who wants to go back to work or somebody who wants to produce text of any kind. Both Henderson and Chinoy have a commercial interest in the technology. Decoding. Imagine handwriting is just the latest success in a longstanding effort to link computers to the human brain. John NI directs the NIH Brain initiative, which has played a key role in funding the research. He calls the idea for the study brilliant. But he says the approach is probably still a long way from widespread use. At the moment, it's a great demonstration of proof in principle. It was only on one subject in a laboratory setting, Nice says. Even so, he's optimistic that so called brain computer interfaces will eventually help people have had strokes or spinal cord injuries. I was introduced to this concept over 10 years ago. And I thought it was quite a bit of science fiction. There are roughly about five years later, it was shown not to be such science fiction after all, so I think we're seeing a progression along this curve. It's really quite exciting. The research appears in the journal Nature. Jon Hamilton. NPR news You're listening to all things considered from.
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"Well, she says, I'm thinking of kids and Gardner about Arab kids in Israel. Our kids, she says. It hurts me. I see no future of peace. Kids are growing up on hate on both sides. And I understand a curfew has been imposed in that area. Why is that? Because all of these tensions have ignited civil unrest in that city and many other cities. Backing up an Arab man several days ago was shot and killed allegedly by a Jewish man. There were protests by Arabs rampages. Cemetery synagogue were torched. And now this evening, we're seeing scenes of gangs, Jewish crowds, many of them roaming the streets, smashing windows of an Arab own store at one place. These are scenes that we have not seen and previous Israel Gaza wars, and it is extremely worrying. That is NPR's Daniel Estrin in Tel Aviv, Israel. Thank you so much, Daniel. Thank you. It's all things considered on W when my C I'm Shawn Carlson worked to prevent the historic Montag Point Lighthouse from slipping into the ocean is scheduled to start this month. The Army Corps of Engineers will bolster the shore with stones to protect the national landmark from erosion, but a full renovation of its tower is still necessary because of the damage from more than two centuries of extreme weather. Wushu is JD Alan spoke with the lighthouse keeper Joe Ogilvie Olam wakes up every morning in the 19th century Lighthouse Keepers residents on premise. His job is to maintain the Montag lighthouse on the 3 65 days a year. Yeah, Viola is a banker by trade. He's clean shaven and dressed in a zip up fleece sweater vest in jeans. He's nothing like what's in the photographs of the lighthouse keepers from the olden dates. You look at these Marley guys. This place is central casting out of Hollywood, Thies bearded, rugged men and, yes, women. Used to climb the tower with oil lamps to guide sailors to shore with its light. These people were committed to the manual labor of this from the tower before there was electricity. So what I do and overseeing the property really has no bearing good, but they didn't The hardships that they lived through it and saving lives. President George Washington commissioned this lighthouse and four years later, construction was finished in 17 96. It's the oldest lighthouse in New York and fourth oldest in the country. Today. The tower.
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Israel Rocket Attack: Seven Wounded North of Tel Aviv
"At least seven people wounded in a rocket attack at a residential community north of Tel Aviv Israel this morning. The rocket was fired from Gaza the attack prompting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to announce he'll be cutting short his visit to Washington this week.
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"Is the worst that can happen this episode comfort zone first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst in mexico today supporters on both sides of the fence as hundreds of central american migrants including families who are seeking asylum in the us arrived in tijuana and are at the border crossing with the us at san diego many blind to turn themselves into us custom agents they traveled across mexico for a month at a socalled caravan and met with legal counsel before heading to the border the us asylum process can take up to a year president trump has repeatedly warned against this caravan saying it's a security threat to the united states secretary of state mike pompeo says iran's behavior has worsened since the nuclear deal went into force and he's promising a tougher line is he meets with leaders during a brief trip to the middle east as npr's michelle kellerman reports from tel aviv israel is prime minister is welcoming pompeo's message on his first trip as secretary of state pompeo is talking tough on iran both in saudi arabia and in israel we remain deeply concerned about iran's dangerous escalation of threats to israel the region and iran's ambition to dominate the middle east remains the united states is with israel in this fight it's rarely by minister benjamin netanyahu calls pompeii oh a friend of israel and is again praising the trump administration for deciding to move the us embassy to jerusalem palestinians haven't met with trump administration officials since them and that includes pompeo on this trip michelle kellerman npr news telaviv thousands of nicaraguans took to the streets this weekend as the popular movement calling for massive changes by the government of daniel ortega continues to grow protests took place saturday in the capital of managua as well as in other cities throughout nicaragua maria martin has more these so called marches for peace and justice brought together religious leaders students private sector representatives and those opposed to the building of across country canal and he got our catholic cardinal leopoldo bananas says the.
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"To work safe texas dot com protests in tel aviv israel against violence on the gaza border last week at least eighteen palestinians have died kills by killed by israeli troops these really government denies using excessive force saying those protests were an attack in disguise and the troops were instructed to target that the main instigators several border wall projects are underway along the southern border with mexico securing america us customs and border protection officials say about one hundred miles of new border wall gates levee walls and we're appropriate fencing is or will soon be constructed from san diego to hidalgo county texas in what deputy commissioner ronald of italo calls has start quarter wall system provides a comprehensive solution to impede and deny illegal cross border activity a question of funding for the remainder of the border wall remains though some three hundred eighty sheriffs from forty states wrote a letter to congress urging them to act i'm at funding to keep american safe jeff monosso fox news learning about wine is about more than white goes with fish at university in strasbourg france offering what's believed to be the country's first diploma it wind studies over the course of the year students will cover topics including the neuroscience behind good wide and technology the study of soil there will be wine tasting sessions a local vineyard owner sponsoring the course say the aim is to teach students to distinguish between winds that half the.