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"badakshan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:42 min | 10 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It was. It was generally assumed for many days that the head of the new cabinet would be Mullah Baradar with the deputy political leader of the Taliban. The man who has played a leading role in the political negotiations. He arrived to Kabul to take part of the to delete the talks about forming the government. But out of nowhere came the man couldn't founding member of the Taliban, who is regarded as a compromise candidate. Behind the scenes, then were their efforts as we waited for the Cabinet to resolve the rivalries around. Around people like Sirajuddin Haqqani, the minister of Interior Resume list, part of the so called Haqqani Network, blamed for some of the worst atrocities of of civilians and Mullah Baradar. Mullah Yaqoub, the eldest son of the two first Taliban, emir. Mullah Omar. So it seems as though that there was an effort to try to put aside at least to do to put aside for a while. These rivalries in this so called caretaker interim government and to have a compromised character and all elderly man from Canada. Kandahar, who's on the U. N terrorism list will lead it for some time. Was the Pakistani ISI chief involved in this. He arrived in Kabul days ago, saying to journalists. I'm only coming to see the Pakistani ambassador, but he's clearly been involved behind the scenes. The Qataris have been involved behind the scenes. So lo and behold, the Taliban have a leadership. They can represent them at the Geneva Conference on aid on Monday and can say to Afghans well, We have a government for now. It will be changed. Perhaps in the future. These do set joining us live from Kabul. Thanks. Before I came on air. We spoke to Fawzia Koofi First woman, deputy speaker of the Afghan Parliament. She's had to leave Afghanistan in the wake of the government falling her reaction on the makeup of the new interim government. Well, I think, um the Taliban were claiming to establish inclusive government because and only an inclusive government is a respond to the diversity of Afghanistan society Nowadays, however, I think their definition of inclusivity is inclusion of their different factions within Taliban. So you see that they have divided the power without you know, looking at the society and their needs within their own. In our circles so among her Panis and Mullah Omar and my brother, the key positions are divided, which, clearly there is a lack of from religious minorities, Inclusion and the woman which is in contradiction to what the people of Afghanistan demand this. It's a transformed nation. They want to be part of the decision. I do not think that any political establishment will survive without considering the society and it's um you know diversity as you say no women and no real reflection of the ethnic diversity of Afghanistan, 30 Pashtun in the in the Cabinet and two Tajiks and one Uzbek. I just wonder, though, what you make specifically about The individuals who we are seeing at the heart of this government. So the Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, the head of the Haqqani network, What do you make of him? Months of the almost everyone who is in the cabinet. There are people who are in the sanction lists of the U. N. And there are people accused of, you know, um atrocities and society bombing planning suicide bombing in Afghanistan, killing a lot of civilians. Now, of course, in a transition where we move from war to peace. It's for the people of Afghanistan to pardon and we have been traveling into the past 23 years to bring us to a situation where people will have that say the victims of war will have a safe to pardon, But we know that it's now the Taliban, who have announced amnesty instead of the Actually, it's the people that should agree to an amnesty or not. I think from what I know from the social fabric of Afghanistan and from my experience of being in Afghanistan, and, uh throughout my life, but especially, you know, politically engaged in in the past 20 years, I think, if any government is not responsive to the social public of Afghanistan At no religious representation. They will face serious consequences. And we know that in the past 23 days or sell the Taliban actually took over militarily, Kabul and other cities. There have been a lot of protests, especially by one putting their rights at risk. So ah, this woman who have these people who have no knowledge and Experience of government and certainly have not changed to meet the need of the current Afghanistan. For them. It will be extremely challenging to rule. Um, I don't know. Who are they going to represent in the government? It indeed the Cabinet is led by Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, who is on a UN blacklist. And and her, uh Siraj. Haqqani is, of course, wanted by the by the FBI. When you say That you don't know who they represent and how they are going to govern. Do you envisage a continuation of demonstrations with whatever the consequences might be? We've seen We've seen many people yesterday in Kabul treated really very badly by the Taliban forces. What do you envisage in the in the short term, So I think this civil protests and resistance against the oppression Will continue and and my understanding is that it will actually become stronger like today in Badakshan woman actually protested. They were, of course, some dismantled through violence. I think this will continue, Although much of it depends on how the Taliban will treat these protesters. I know that they are very violent and probably they won't show so much violence now because they're in seek of international legitimacy. They want to be the co organized but with the current Cabinet members now the question is, how will the world look at the future of relation its relationship with Afghanistan? I know that my request would be not to give blank checks to such a cabinet or to such a government where people have no space woman 55% of the population, religious minorities, which are part of our beauties of Afghanistan or not included. My request would be not to give blood checks. When you talk about the response by the international community and asking for people to pause before the Recognize the government or give them a blank check as you as you say, What do you make of the U. S State Department and their their caution their dismay. They say they're concerned by the affiliations and track records of some of the individuals that's must strike many people as very guarded. Given that Mr Haqqani is wanted by the FBI. Absolutely. I think a lot of people are actually in Afghanistan very, very disappointed with What the world actually and the superpowers, you know, kind of handle the whole thing. And, um I think it will be a surprise if we see a softer diplomatic approach from the U. S. People will completely lose trust. If that is the case, My hope is that we asked people of Afghanistan or in desperate need of help. Millions of people do not have job and income. Especially the families who actually dependent on women's income. A lot of women were breadwinners of the family. They do not even now have the ability to function as in the form of small business or whatever source of income, so the people need desperately humanitarian aid through international organizations. Because I feel I feel for my people. I have been part of all the ups and downs. My heart actually bleeds. I mean, I'm sorry for becoming so emotional, but in every moment of my contact with Afghanistan, I don't hear a positive news and and it feels as somebody who has been in those situations. You know how it feels. Last year, kufi there we will return to Afghanistan and here in American perspective on events in Kabul later in the program, you're listening to the BBC World Service. I'm Razia Iqbal. This is news hour. Mm hmm..

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"badakshan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Rex Thomason, the Taliban unveiling its new Afghan government cabinet of hardliners, including four men who were one child at Gitmo. The post of Interior minister goes to Sarah Juden Haqqani. The FBI is a $5 million bounty on his head Punisher, Ben cess describing her. Connie is a bloodthirsty, terrorist, armed, dangerous and running a country that we just abandoned. Risking life and limb. Women continue taking to the streets of Afghan cities. As the BBC's Yokota LaMagna explained in the face of Taliban forces, who are Coming out and firing gunshots in the air. In some cases, beating them They're still marching the streets. We've had dozens of women, not just in Kabul. But in Badakshan provinces, well coming out today we are hearing that those protests have been dispersed by the Taliban and that some protesters and some reporters Who were covering those protests have been detained Hecklers gave President Biden an earful yesterday as he toured storm damage in New Jersey. They blasted him on Afghanistan, and they mocked the president for linking natural disasters, which they say have always happened to climate change. Surely manufactured nonsense. That's how Florida Republican governor Ron DeSantis describes talk of him running for president in 2024. I just do my job. You know, we work hard. Obviously, you know, our state has led on a lot of things. The governor's dismissal of a 2024 run has some Trump supporters pumped up there pulling for Mr Trump. Jump into the race. From 131 years after it was erected a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee being removed today in Richmond, Virginia. Wall Street. So far this morning. Stock futures have been mixed right now. Dow futures Down a dozen points. NASDAQ Teachers one point higher S and P futures one point lower More on these stories, town hall dot com. Thank Scuse me. Why don't you.

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"badakshan" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"The post of interior minister goes to Sarah Juden Haqqani. The FBI is a $5 million bounty on his head, Senator Ben Sasse, describing her. Connie is a bloodthirsty, terrorist, armed, dangerous and running a country that we just abandoned. Risking life and limb. Women continue taking to the streets of Afghan cities. As the BBC's Yokota LaMagna explained in the face of Taliban forces, who are Coming out and firing gunshots in the air. In some cases, beating them They're still marching the streets. We've had dozens of women, not just in Kabul. But in Badakshan provinces, well coming out today we are hearing that those protests have been dispersed by the Taliban and that some protesters and some reporters Who were covering those protests have been detained Hecklers gave President Biden an earful yesterday as he toured storm damage in New Jersey. They blasted him on Afghanistan, and they mocked the president for linking natural disasters, which they say have always happened to climate change. Surely manufactured nonsense. That's how Florida Republican Governor Ron Dissenters describes talk of him running for president in 2024. I just do my job. You know, we worked hard. Obviously, you know, our state has led on a lot of things. The governor's dismissal of a 2024 run has some Trump supporters pumped up there pulling for Mr Trump. Jump into the race. Some 131 years after it was erected a towering statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee being removed today in Richmond, Virginia. Wall Street. So far this morning. Stock futures have been mixed right now. Dow futures Down a dozen points. NASDAQ Teachers one point higher S and P futures one point lower More.

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"badakshan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Will break out in Libya and has anything changed. Even now we go. We fight. Some people die. We burning them. We start again. Another world. You know the same circumstances Join me, Tim. You'll for the rule of the gun, part two of Libya's revolution. On the campus after the news. Hello. I'm Debbie Ross with the BBC news. 20 men go on trial in Paris today accused of involvement in the worst post war atrocity in France. The Islamist attacks of November 2015 130 people were killed and hundreds wounded when teams of jihadists targeted bars restaurants. Sports Stadium and a concert hall in the French capital. Among those appearing in court is Salah Abdeslam, the only surviving gunmen. Our correspondent Hugh Scofield, is in Paris. It's been turned into a historic event. The whole of the yield last day here in central Paris has been sealed off by security. There's the special court room that has been put up inside and it is going to be filmed, and it will therefore not just be a place where justice is delivered. At a place where the facts will be documented surrounding this Event, this event that scarred the nation. Dozens of women have marched through the streets of the Afghan capital, Kabul, demanding rights a day after the Taliban announced a new interim government with no female representatives. Some were carrying a banner with the photo of a pregnant policewoman who was killed by gunmen over the weekend at her family home in the central province of Gore. With more on the latest protests. His Yogi Salameh, This is something we're seeing almost every day from Afghan women now defying everything in the face of Taliban forces who are coming out and firing gunshots in the air, in some cases, beating them. They're still marching the streets we've had Dozens of women not just in Kabul but in Badakshan province as well coming out today We are hearing that those protests have been dispersed by the Taliban, and that some protesters and some reporters who were covering those protests have been detained. Hong Kong police have detained four leaders of the pro democracy group behind the territories. Tiananmen Square massacre vigils. The Hong Kong alliance had refused to cooperate with sweeping demands for information and Hong Kong is national security law. Police wanted the personal details of all members going back to its founding in 1989. Fire at an overcrowded jail in Indonesia has killed 41 inmates. Some were locked in their cells when they died. The fire began at Tang around jail on the outskirts of Jakarta In the early hours of Wednesday, Television footage showed flames ripping through one wing of the complex or prison staff were able to flee. From Jakarta is the BBC's value. Barra Putri. Fire ravaged at least one block, which was block C of the prison and all inmates at block C or drug conflicts. There were 122 inmates at Block C. While the maximum capacity is 40 people, and there were only 15 guards on duty not for one block, but for the whole building. You're listening to the world News from the BBC. West African leaders are due to hold a virtual summit to discuss the military takeover in Guinea on Sunday. There are indications they may suspend Guinea from the regional grouping ECOWAS or impose sanctions on the new military rulers. Ahead of the meeting about 80 prisoners had been opponents of the ousted president Alpha Conde, freed from the capital Conakry. Here's Al Asan Scylla. All decisional things happened yesterday, the release of these political prisoners and in their home region of President Alpha Conde in in a place called cankles. People came out and danced and rejoiced. And I think people are beginning to look forward rather than backwards, and they think him they should accept this new military ruler and see what happens to their lives next. Voting is underway in parliamentary and local elections in Morocco following a campaign dominated by the economic impact of the coronavirus, The moderate Islamist party PJD has led coalition governments for the past decade. But correspondents a new voting rules mean it could lose ground. Real power in Morocco continues to lie in the hands of King Mohammed, the sixth he chooses the prime minister and key ministers. A magnitude seven earthquake has hit the Pacific coast of Mexico close to the resort of Acapulco. The quake was felt strongly in parts of Mexico City, sending residents and tourists onto the streets from homes and hotels. One person was reportedly killed by a falling post. Energy ministers from Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Egypt are meeting today in a man to discuss a US backed plan to ease Lebanon's crippling energy problems, is hoped that Egyptian natural gas and Jordanian electricity can be transferred overland via Syria to Lebanon. Which is suffering its worst ever economic crisis. The ministers will try to agree the details of their rescue plan. It has the potential to provide eight hours of electricity a day. BBC news. You're listening to the compass on the BBC World Service with me, Tim you'll and this is the rule of the gun, part two of our series on Libya's 2011 Revolution and its aftermath. We.

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"badakshan" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

Wild Yoga Tribe

08:09 min | 10 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on Wild Yoga Tribe

"The prints off the kitchen and the place where the fire should be avenue kitchen if you have coffee break something so the kitchen is also in the right direction. Place in the right direction. We have to what their element in the north badakshan. The fire element in the southeast. That action so all the elements that we know what our fire earth l. tweets all these elements are according to wash. The principles are placed in the right direction in that the building is failed. So soren somebody. In this european epicenter immediately feel this five of energy coming through them and that is what makes it more and the experience even nicer than you'll coming there for any kind of saleh sierra or tom are yes that sounds like a lot like function. I know it always miss that word but It sounds very similar. It is similar man from but it goes much deeper than financially but exc Thought yet just in case our listeners haven't heard before ever what save sut sang and sadhana are. 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"badakshan" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WBUR

"Leave their homes and just want to go. I don't know where they're going in mobile phone footage sent from the northern city of Mazar e Sharif. Thousands of Afghans are seen carrying suitcases and shopping bags as they wait to board buses and there's lots of families beyond the horror at Kabul airport humanitarian crisis is unfolding across Afghanistan. Families who fled their homes and lost their jobs since the Taliban took charge. Now facing a life of uncertainty, just Regina with the BBC on a video call, I talked to my jib. Not his real name who's stuck in Mazar He's currently sleeping on the floor of an abandoned building. He used to work in a restaurant. Now he's struggling to find food. I call him alongside his mother who's in India. She moved to the country more than a decade ago, fleeing Afghanistan after her husband, a doctor was killed by the Taliban combination job near school. Where can my son get food? He doesn't even have a job at the moment, she tells me. My son is scared because the Taliban are beating people up in front of him every day. They say they're not the same Taliban as before. But they are thousands like my jeep has been plunged into poverty overnight and in this nation where millions struggle to eat Things were already dire. Don't I? Just in a video sent to me by a doctor in Afghanistan's northeastern province of Badakshan on an 18 month old baby lies emaciated on a hospital stretcher. His mother says she can't afford to feed him and begs doctors to save her son. Hospitals now guarded by the Taliban. Those living in the province, one of the country's poorest, safe food and fuel prices have risen, making a desperate situation even worse. The United Nations says it needs $200 million in aid to avert a crisis. Andrew Paterson is from the world Food Programme in Afghanistan stands on the brink of another humanitarian disaster. Without that money coming in, we will not be able to supply food. To those 20 million people. Who are already poor so there could be a famine. Absolutely. That's what we will see if we cannot get Our food bundles to them. But because of the drought because of the conflict, people can't feed themselves. Even before the Taliban took control, many was suffering. The world may have left. But Afghanistan desperately needs more help. That was Rajiv Agin north. And now here's Daniel with some of the other stories that we're watching today. Lawyers for Bolivia's former acting president Janina and yes, have taken her case to an international court, arguing that she should not remain in prison due to her fragile health. The right wing former senators accused of involvement in the ousting in 2019 of President Evo Morales, whose party is now back in power. She is charged with genocide in connection with the deaths of more than 20 of the Socialist leader Supporters. The right wing Congress of Peru has approved the Cabinet of the new left wing President Pedro Castillo, averting a political crisis. Mr Castro's nominees received a comfortable majority of votes from members of the Congress, even though his leftist free Peru Party only holds a minority of seats. And major U. S. Social media companies have received congressional demands to turn over messages related to January's deadly storming of the Capitol building by Trump supporters. The House committee investigating the assaults issued information requests to 15 companies, including Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat. Daniel. Thank you, Billy. The kid was the American Wild West gun slinger who had murdered at least nine people. By the time he died at the age of 21. Now the gun used to kill him in New Mexico has sold at auction in Los Angeles. The colt single Action Army Revolver fetched more than $6 million, more than double the pre sale estimate. Paddy Maguire has this report on the sale and the history I'll tell you the story of Billy the.

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"badakshan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Leila Fadel in Culver City, California and I'm Noel King in Washington, D. C. The Taliban are overrunning districts in Afghanistan Last week, you'll remember U. S forces withdrew from Bagram Air Base, which effectively ended 20 years of American involvement in Afghanistan. NPR's DEA Hadid covers Afghanistan and is with us now idea. Hi then oil, so this story is developing as we speak what is happening in Afghanistan Just over the weekend, the Taliban overran much of the northeastern province of Badakshan and dozens of Afghan troops fled for neighbouring Tajikistan. A reporter shared footage of people rushing into an airplane in the provincial capital. He said there were officials scrambling to escape Kabul. And that's because the Afghan capital is seen as the safest place in the country. It's the most heavily defended. So all this comes in a context the Taliban are moving faster than expected. Since May, they've captured at least a quarter of the country. They control a large dam there. Nearly at Afghanistan's tiny border with China. They seize one border crossing, and they're fighting to hold more. Taliban loyalists, even sharing videos of themselves overrunning these areas, and they're sharing videos as they says Afghan military equipment that's been abandoned by fleeing forces its photo for upcoming battles, of course, But the videos in particular have helped create this sense that they're unstoppable and that perception is important Morale appears to be collapsing, particularly among Afghan forces in the north. Okay, so a very serious situation people use Or what are people in the capital, saying, though So I mean, there's a lot of mixed opinions and it's all a bit surreal. You have to remember that in Kabul life is continuing as normal. There's traffic jams. Shops are open. What does stick out those that there are thousands of people rushing to apply for passports? Producer in Kabul? Haga honey spoke to three people there this morning. And what is a university professor and many llamas roar and he says he doesn't think hobble will fall anytime soon. But he says, sure, outside the capital. People are terrified in.

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"badakshan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on KCRW

"It's 7 34 on K Sierra W. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Leila Fadel in Culver City, California and I'm Noel King in Washington, D. C. The Taliban are overrunning districts in Afghanistan Last week, you'll remember U. S forces withdrew from Bagram Air Base, which effectively ended 20 years of American involvement in Afghanistan. NPR's DEA had it covers Afghan Standing is with us now idea. Hi then oil, so this story is developing as we speak what is happening in Afghanistan Just over the weekend, the Taliban overran much of the northeastern province of Badakshan and dozens of Afghan troops fled for neighbouring to jigger Stan reporter shared footage of people rushing into an airplane in the provincial capital. He said there were officials scrambling to escape Kabul. And that's because the Afghan capital is seen as the safest place in the country. It's the most heavily defended. So all this comes in a context the Taliban are moving faster than expected. Since May, they've captured at least a quarter of the country. They control a large dam. They nearly at Afghanistan's tiny border with China. They seize one border crossing, and they're fighting to hold more. Taliban loyalists to even sharing videos of themselves overrunning these areas, and they're sharing videos as they says Afghan military equipment that's been abandoned by fleeing forces. It's fodder for upcoming battles, of course, but the videos in particular have helped create this sense that they're unstoppable and that perception is important. Morale appears to be collapsing, particularly among Afghan forces in the north. Okay, so a very serious situation, people you said, are trying to get to Kabul because it is safe or, at the very least, it is safer. Or what are people in the capital, saying, though So I mean, there's a lot of mixed opinions and it's all a bit surreal. You have to remember that in Kabul life is continuing as normal. There's traffic jams, shops are open. What does stick out though, is that there are thousands of people rushing to apply for passports. Producer in Kabul. Haga honey spoke to three people there this morning. And what is a university professor Minna Llamas Road and he says he doesn't think hobble will fall anytime soon. But he says, sure, outside the capital, people are terrified.

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"badakshan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Servers from data loss due to crashes and ransomware at I drive dot com slash NPR. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Leila Fadel in Culver City, California and I'm Noel King in Washington, D. C. The Taliban are overrunning districts in Afghanistan Last week, you'll remember U. S forces withdrew from Bagram Air Base, which effectively ended 20 years of American involvement in Afghanistan. NPR's DEA had it covers Afghanistan and is with us now idea. Hi then oil, so this story is developing as we speak what is happening in Afghanistan? Right. It's moving fairly quickly. Over the weekend, the Taliban overran much of the northeastern province of Badakshan and dozens of Afghan troops fled for neighbouring to GQ, Stan A reporter shed footage of people rushing into an airplane in the provincial capital. He said they were officials scrambling to escape to Kabul and that's because the Afghan capital is seen as the safest place the country because it's the most heavily defended. And all of this comes in the context. The Taliban are moving faster than expected. No well since May, they've captured at least a quarter of the country. They control large damn near Afghanistan's tiny border with China. Have seized one border crossing, and they're fighting to hold more Taliban loyalists sharing videos of themselves overrunning these areas and videos of themselves, seizing Afghan military equipment that's been abandoned by fleeing forces. That, of course, is for the upcoming battles. But the videos in particular have helped create this perception that they're unstoppable and that perception is important Moral appears to be collapsing, particularly among Afghan forces in the north. Okay, so a very serious situation. People you said are trying to get to Kabul because it is safe or, at the very least, it is safer. What are people in the capital, saying, though So I mean, there's a lot of mixed opinions and it's all a bit surreal. You have to remember that in Kabul life is continuing as normal. There's traffic jams, shops are open. What does stick out though, is that there are thousands of people rushing to apply for passports. Producer in Kabul. Haga honey spoke to three people there this morning. And what is a university professor Minna Llamas roared, and he says he doesn't think Kabul will fall anytime soon. But he says, sure outside the capital, People are terrified of Afghanistan. And another woman she gives her name is Rabia. She imports clothes from Turkey, and she tells NPR she's closing down. I'm leaving the country played business while bumping.

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"badakshan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"That that's a huge significant achievement. Press secretary Jen Psaki says the government's vaccination push will continue, especially for adults under the age of 27, who have been slow to get their shots. Greg Clugston, the White House S R n news Military affairs analyst, retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert Maginnis says, hopeful on this independence day we live not, you know, necessarily without our issues, but we live in a nation of freedom and a nation that allows The individual to prosper, given equal opportunity and given their dedication to working hard. He spoke with the Salem radio Network officials say the Taliban's marched through northern Afghanistan has gained momentum with the capture of several districts from fleeing Afghan forces. They say. Several 100 of Afghan forces fled across the border into Tajikistan early this morning, more than 300 Afghan military personnel crossing from the country's Badakshan province as Taliban fires advanced toward the troops since mid April, when President Biden announced the end to Afghanistan's forever wore the Taliban have been making incursions. More than 1000. Soldiers. Firefighters and police have joined rescue efforts after a giant mudslide rips through a resort town southwest of Tokyo, killing at least two people and leaving 20 people missing. Prime Minister Yoshida Sugar says the effort to recover people continues more on these stories at town hall dot com. Me Why? Relief? Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Peten, Seth Talbot, the father and son, founders of relief factor. Tell me.

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"badakshan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In Surfside that is tottering. It is structurally unsound. And although the eye of the storm is not not likely to pass over this direction, you could feel Gusts in this area. New federal teams are going to Florida to help with search and rescue efforts, while other task force members deployed for Elsa. In the meantime, an order has been signed to demolish what remains of Champ Lane Towers South President Biden is due to arrive in Michigan in a few minutes as he marks not only the Independence Day holiday weekend but also what the White House considers a turning point in the coronavirus pandemic. As NPR's Amy held reports by Biden's visit comes as Michigan's governor has dropped most covid restrictions, The White House says. This holiday weekend has a theme, and it's called America's back together Fourth of July two this year is different than the fourth of July last year. It's going to be better next year. President Biden is trying to keep on message even as reporters at the White House Friday. Asked about other news about happy things Man 15 months into the pandemic. The country has seen a dramatic turnaround. But the CDC's says Biden fell short of his goal by around 3% points of getting 70% of adults at least partially vaccinated. Nationwide cases are up 10% compared to last week. The more contagious still to strain is gaining ground in regions with lower vaccination rates. Amy held NPR news Reports from Afghanistan suggest further intense fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces all across the country. The BBC's gilma give Oring reports the violence comes As US led international troops are now in the final stages of withdrawal overnight fighting between the Taliban and government forces seemed to intensify. A spokesman for the Taliban said they had taken control of another five districts in Badakshan in the northeast. There's no government confirmation of that. Defense officials said they carried out operations, including airstrikes in nine provinces in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Afghan religious scholars meeting in Kabul called on both sides to make progress on peace talks. On Friday, U. S troops pulled out of Bagram, their main military base in Afghanistan. A complete withdrawal of US forces is expected by the end of next month. The BBC's Dilma give a ring This is NPR. Environmentalists are claiming victory after plans to build an underground oil pipeline through parts of Tennessee and Mississippi were dropped. It would have run over an aquifer that provides drinking water to one million people. The pipeline would also have run under poor, predominantly black neighborhoods and through wetlands. It was being planned to link two major oil pipelines. The World Meteorological Organization has confirmed a new record high temperature for the continent of Antarctica. NPR's Dan Charles reports It got up to 64.9 degrees in February of last year. The high temperature was recorded at a research station in the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches toward the southern tip of South America. It's 1.5 degrees above the previous record from 2015. There were news reports last year that Antarctica has seen an even higher temperature close to 70 degrees. But the W. M O says it checked and found that an improvised sun shield at that weather station was resulting in artificially high temperature readings. The W. M O says the Antarctic Peninsula is among the places on earth that's experiencing the greatest warming. Dan Charles NPR news Vatican judge has indicted 10 people, including a cardinal in connection with the London real estate deal. They're accused of defrauding the Holy see of.

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"badakshan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on KCRW

"Site are bracing for Tropical Storm Elsa, Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's has issued a state of emergency in preparation. We have a building here in Surfside that is tottering. It is structurally unsound. And although the eye of the storm is not not likely to pass over this direction, you could feel Us in this area. New federal teams are going to Florida to help with search and rescue efforts, while other task force members deploy for Elsa. In the meantime, an order has been signed to demolish what remains of Champ Lane Towers South President Biden is due to arrive in Michigan in a few minutes as he marks not only the Independence Day holiday weekend but also what the White House considers a turning point in the coronavirus pandemic. As NPR's Amy held reports. Biden's visit comes as Michigan's governor has dropped most covid restrictions, The White House says. This holiday weekend has a theme, and it's called America's back together Fourth of July two. This year is different than the Fourth of July last year. It's going to be better next year. President Biden is trying to keep on message even as reporters at the White House Friday. Asked about other news about happy things Man 15 months into the pandemic the country has seen A dramatic turnaround. But the CDC says Biden fell short of his goal by around 3% points of getting 70% of adults at least partially vaccinated. Nationwide cases are up 10% compared to last week. The more contagious still to strain is gaining ground in regions with lower vaccination rates. Amy held NPR news Reports from Afghanistan suggest further intense fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces all across the country. The BBC's gilma give Oring reports the violence comes As US led international troops are now in the final stages of withdrawal overnight fighting between the Taliban and government forces seem to intensify. A spokesman for the Taliban said they had taken control of another five districts in Badakshan in the northeast. There's no government confirmation of that. Defense officials said they carried out operations, including airstrikes in nine provinces in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Afghan religious scholars meeting in Kabul called on both sides to make progress on peace talks. On Friday, U. S troops pulled out of Bagram, their main military base in Afghanistan. A complete withdrawal of US forces is expected by the end of next month. The BBC's Dilma give a ring This is NPR. Environmentalists are claiming victory after plans to build an underground oil pipeline through parts of Tennessee and Mississippi were dropped. It would have run over an aquifer that provides drinking water to one million people. The pipeline would also have run under poor, predominantly black neighborhoods. And through wetlands. It was being planned to link two major oil pipelines. The World Meteorological Organization has confirmed a new record high temperature for the continent of Antarctica. NPR's Dan Charles reports It got up to 64.9 degrees in February of last year. The high temperature was recorded at a research station in the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches toward the southern tip of South America. It's 1.5 degrees above the previous record from 2015. There were news reports last year that Antarctica has seen an even higher temperature close to 70 degrees. But the W. M O says it checked and found that an improvised sun shield at that weather station was resulting in artificially high temperature readings. The W. M O says the Antarctic Peninsula is among the places on earth that's experiencing the greatest warming. Dan Charles NPR news Vatican judge has indicted 10 people, including a cardinal in connection with the London real estate deal. They're accused of defrauding the Holy see of hundreds of millions of dollars, and the scandal has been followed by a sharp reduction in donations. I'm Barbara.

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"badakshan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"To last week. The more contagious still to strain is gaining ground in regions with lower vaccination rates. Amy held NPR news Reports from Afghanistan suggest further intense fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces all across the country. The BBC's gilma give Oring reports the violence comes As US led international troops are now in the final stages of withdrawal overnight fighting between the Taliban and government forces seem to intensify. A spokesman for the Taliban said they had taken control of another five districts in Badakshan in the northeast. There's no government confirmation of that. Defense officials said they had carried out operations, including airstrikes in nine provinces in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Afghan religious scholars meeting in Kabul called on both sides to make progress on peace talks. On Friday, U. S troops pulled out of Bagram, their main military base in Afghanistan. A complete withdrawal of US forces is expected by the end of next month. The BBC's Dilma give a ring This is NPR. Environmentalists are claiming victory after plans to build an underground oil pipeline through parts of Tennessee and Mississippi were dropped. It would have run over an aquifer that provides drinking water to one million people. The pipeline would also have run under poor, predominantly black neighborhoods. And through wetlands. It was being planned to link two major oil pipelines. The World Meteorological Organization has confirmed a new record high temperature for the continent of Antarctica. NPR's Dan Charles reports It got up to 64.9 degrees in February of last year. The high temperature was recorded at a research station in the Antarctic Peninsula, which stretches toward the southern tip of South America. It's 1.5 degrees above the previous record from 2015. There were news reports last year that Antarctica had seen an even higher temperature close to 70 degrees. But the W. M O says it checked and found that an improvised sun shield at that weather station was resulting in artificially high temperature readings. The W. M O says the Antarctic Peninsula is among the places on earth that's experiencing the greatest warming. Dan Charles NPR news Vatican judge has indicted 10 people, including a cardinal in connection with the London real estate.

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"badakshan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Has a theme and it's called America's back together Fourth of July two this year is different than the fourth of giant last year. It's going to be better next year. President Biden is trying to keep on message even as reporters at the White House Friday asked about other news talk about happy things Man 15 months into the pandemic, the country has seen a dramatic turnaround. But the CDC says Biden fell short of his goal by around 3% points of getting 70% of adults at least partially vaccinated. Nationwide cases are up 10% compared to last week. The more contagious still to strain is gaining ground in regions with lower vaccination rates. Amy held NPR news Reports from Afghanistan suggest further intense fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces all across the country. The BBC's gilma give Oring reports the violence comes As US led international troops are now in the final stages of withdrawal overnight fighting between the Taliban and government forces seemed to intensify. A spokesman for the Taliban said they had taken control of another five districts in Badakshan in the northeast. There's no government confirmation of that. Defense officials said they had carried out operations, including airstrikes in nine provinces in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, Afghan religious scholars meeting in Kabul called on both sides to make progress on peace talks. On Friday, U. S troops pulled out of Bagram, their main military base in Afghanistan. A complete withdrawal of US forces is expected by the end of next month. The BBC's Dilma give a ring This is NPR. Right now. It's 75 degrees under sunny skies that I love. No. Four. Good morning. I'm Marie Lane. With W B E Z NEWS. Illinois Governor J B. Pritzker plans to award nearly $95 million to projects that tackle persistent health disparities. WBC's Christian shorts, reports a year after the covid 19 pandemic ravage black and Latino communities, eight awardees are focusing on ways to make health care more accessible. On the south side, where their healthcare desserts, a collaboration of hospitals and clinics, including the University of Chicago pledges to bring around 140.

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"badakshan" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"badakshan" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"Of international military operations in Afghanistan as foreign militaries leave violence in the country is worse and more on that. The BBC's Dilma give a ring morning brings fresh reports of overnight fighting. At the moment battles between the Taliban and government forces in Herat, Badakshan, Baghlan and Paktia are all making news in recent weeks the Taliban to seize control of dozens of districts putting pressure on urban centres held by the government. Some reports suggest. June saw some of the worst violence since the arrival of U. S troops 20 years ago, with hundreds of lives lost and hard won. Development is under threat to with many schools, government buildings and power pylons now damaged or destroyed. President Biden has vowed to have all US troops out of Afghanistan by September, 11th. Learning to fly this holiday weekend hack your patients expect there's going to be lines at the airport. You know there, there s a lines will be a little longer, so don't get frustrated. Keep your mask on and just work your way through the line. That's really the best way to do it. The Triple A's Andrew Gross says, Pack your patience on the roads as well. They are expected to be quite crowded at more than $3 a gallon the average price of gasoline now at its highest level of the year. Economists estimate America's employers added 675,000 jobs last month later this morning, we'll find out if those experts are right. The government will be releasing the June employment report. On Wall Street. Dow futures six points higher NASDAQ Teachers Up 49 S and P futures four points higher. More on these stories,.

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"badakshan" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

After The Show Movie Podcast

12:00 min | 3 years ago

"badakshan" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

"The only value that can be had is the involuntary comedy. I laughed out loud. Seventy five percent of this movie's running time why because was this movie is ridiculous. The only same reaction to is to evil laugh all to leave the only redeeming quality of this movie is Helen. Mirren is probably the best just living actress of all times. It's is absolutely a pleasure to see her perform even in a pile of crop that is a pathetic excuse for a film nice so that's the energy. I disagree with all of you. People were thank you. I think this is a phone action movie from Lubaton. It's not Warren piece is not trying to be some slick serious Oscar winning movie. It's an action movie the good one UH above average Jackson action movie I reckon I mean because we've seen lots of Badakshan movies too true so movie recommendations. Thanks to Lionsgate actually fall the BLU ray four K. and next week. We're going to be reviewing the Danny Boyle's latest movie yesterday yesterday. All my troubles seem so thaw or you just slapped with a bill from Ball McCartney. I I probably grab it. Paul's my friend out government. Call you thinking that my rendition of that was enough off to make anyone recognize what it was. Thank you upload this to Youtube. Il Il flagler anyway. Move Recommendations I'm going with atomic bond because it's probably the best example of this genre. I think that's seen in recent times. come on. Leon which is my favorite example of this younger. which is what like Action Action Woman? Yeah Leon is a fantastic industy. Movie is still holds up watch. It is one of lupus on's bests. That's fine are a little different. I'M GONNA go with the movies that are think any watch just for the I don't know call back to a nicer time of life now. I'm not saying that the people in these movies Nice because Judy Garland on wasn't Nice I know that I'm fully aware of who she was as a person but wizard of Oz is one of those movies that when I watch I'm like transported to my grandmother's floor or in front of her console TV on Thanksgiving night when my dad was bitching because he wanted to go home is a forty minute drive we'd had Thanksgiving and they always put on Thanksgiving and I I would lay on the floor with my face in my little hands listening to him. Tell mom we need to go. Come on. We need to go and I know my mother was probably thinking Gosh. She's watching the wizard of Oz. I don't WanNa like I don't want to take her away from her wizard of Oz and of course it would have been on from like seven to ten because it would have added shitload commercials made it all evening long probably yeah and so that's what takes me back to and I loved it then and I would love it again. Now now the other one MS Charlie and the chocolate factory you don't call it that I call it Charlie and the chocolate country. What do we call it? Willy Wonka and the Jaguars back the British ways challenge correct so Willy Wonka and because again. It's just got that like it's weird and it's says some social commentary and it's just just a release. It's it's a fun fun romp of Midi so very go to do not even bother the Tim Burton remake 'cause I don't what to do if they want to. Watch it watch. If you WanNa Watch a bug me listen to you. You're no more credible than those one-star people all right so if I agree with you. Are you scully stuff I am going with. I've been playing some more games from game. Pass xbox game. That's the game called dead cells. which is a two day? You see me playing this two eight bit style. PLATFORMA and it's a rogue gleich which rogue like what is rogue like means sits up. I don't know now you don't know rogue like non genre of video game all right. I'll explain what rogue Leykis you are. You start the game and you play it and you'll you will die. You know is kind of designed leaned that you're going to die and then you'll die and then you will come back to life this dead cells. You know you can't die but you do. Come back and then you what you did pre prior. If you unlock anything in your prior run through of the game you will keep that stuff so hence the second time time you play the game it might be slightly easier because you've got better stuff and the more you die the better stuffy get keep going into the game trying in to get as far as you count collecting stuff only to die and then to eventually be reincarnated with the stuff you already collected. Eventually you get to a point where you so oh powerful because all the stuff you guys so you can finish the game so it's like designed for you to play through it lots and lots the same levels over and over again while that sounds really boring. It isn't because the actual loop of well this this. This run is going to be much easier because I just found a solid. The is fifty times more powerful than the one in the last. It just makes it really fun so that's what a rogue blankets so also rogue like no no so yeah dead cells. It's free on game played a law this week. It's really good. I've also played. There's a new racing game out called L. W. R. C. Rally eight and is the eighth of these rally games dirt Rally Code Masters Make Raleigh Games called dirt rally and that kind of the you know the premium top end of rally motorsport games and W I see rally has always been like the budget title is kind of the same kind of gain but it's not good as much money to develop it so it never comes across his good. This one is kind of caught up with rally. I was quite surprised I've not played. Maybe six was the last one I played so picked up eight this week doc and it is very much like dirt rally. No it's the graphics of calls up the handle in is really good this much more deep deep career mode in this one way you actually have to manage your whole life offices and you go through your emails and you have to sign different sponsors and higher different on staff to look after your car in between doing the rallies if you've ever played football manager game like soccer manager is like apple from rallying and what you actually do the rallies you drive the cause so as to see rally. I think on consoles and PC I'm planning to PC version square good. Did you see me play it. No thanks I racing game always would look the same to you the right yes just a cow on a screen as do the other ones. It's like I'm fighting game a war game driving game unless it's telltale yes I haven't telltale should do a racing game but so you fast moving driving and then you it says you WanNa go left or right and then his decision to be made and sounds not fun not no all right so what is for dinner tonight. We're going to be having homemade non chicken burrito where vegetarian overeating because Vegetarians don't starve. We're not all animal freaks in Renato. What do you call them activists some of us. Just don't eat that animals anymore between the two of us. I'm sure in myself more so than you even eight enough dead cows pigs chickens fish in the whole first forty years of my life to kill a horse horse but so we're vegetarian. We've been vegetarian for ten years. I am no skinnier. I'm very round. So I'm quite healthy. You are quite healthy. We have no none of that going on. We just don't eat him so we like to tell people that we're not starving. We're not eating grass and lettuce every day tonight. We're having corn product. It's like Qr in and they make these little bits of like It's made out of a MICA protein gene so it's like little bits of roast chicken. GonNa put it in a Tortilla wrap with some cabbage and corn. What what else did I have awesome to- foodie sour cream sauce sour cream. It's made out of Tofu. We did of another impossible burger. This redid and we'll have another one next week. It was was even better the second you're in love with that yeah. It's really very good for supper. A burrito thingy now also not eating cheese so people will go without. She's not that we don't eat cheese but Julia not necessary. I don't think nice beans. We can put in there. It'll be delicious right. And what is your advice advice. Oh my God when I go to the store I okay I. I am difficult. I don't have any delusions about myself whatsoever. I am allowed mouth a a what do you call. Those people bombastic quite confrontational. I that's how I am and yet when I'm out in public when there are people there and I worked dealing with clerks and people other customers and other people like excuse me I smile. Someone asked me a question. I'll say yes man. They're right over there or whatever you know. You dislike your decent human being. This doesn't seem to be the way people are seriously. I feel like I'm in. I'm in a movie where everyone knows the script and they're all being dick heads and I haven't read it. I haven't read the daily script. I'm like am I out of the loop on this this. What the Hell I told you about the lady I went to get some what I thought we're going to be gromit to make a banner for standing in the row and there's just into the customer lady. She's looking at the same stuff as me and I didn't see them and I said something about. If you ever used gromit seen off the ground mature over here somewhere she looked at me and she looked up and down. What are you using season four and I pointed in my car heads vinyl that I bought some making a banner she goes. I L it's not grits and we never used them before it like that. I'm just like and then she disliked pointed at them Freshman Yeah Orleans. She's feeling so fucking superior because 'cause she knows how to hammer a little piece of metal therapies of fucking material then I got home and I did it and I'm just like okay. I got it but why should have to be such a Dick. I was like thank you could. She did point got them for me but I don't get it. I do not understand absolute hateful snotty yeah no it's vile to me and so yeah my advice to everybody is just stopping dickhead forgotten public. Do the things people did teach hugh to do because it's not like any of us were raised any better. We'll raise the same you learn manners and you learn to be polite and you learn not to be a deck at all the time. I mean I mean it's not even an age thing so don't think that I just think that some people feel the permission to be jerks. Nowadays I don't know why also in the same same-store actually walking around and I heard the lady who was at the checkout clerk lady she was laughing with some customers she's pretty loud laughing laughing and she's waiting on them and the.

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"badakshan" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

Spiritual Expositions

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"badakshan" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions

"Some clouds were accompanied by lightning and drawing and that poor down on all sides star of rain as heavy as wagon wheels. Now at what happens at that point in time. He is doing his prayers on a regular basis who finally one day markan diarrhea. She is performing is worship. He was sitting on this particular Bank of the push revenue. Okay. One of the tributaries of Ghana when Surani of win comes over there. And it creates cerebral sounds, and then he thinks clouds lightning role hundred so on and so forth and rain after. Then the four great oceans appeared on all sides swallowing of the surface of the earth with the wind tossed waves in this oceans were terrible seem monsters, fearful polls and omnious Romley. Now. You went to wonder how does this work think about it? Just now I was talking motor lever. Which river and here we are talking about four oceans coming up together. This happens Linley. Remember, it is nothing, but the potency of the large car Meyer. Maya can create any thing where there is nothing. She can create anything. So what happens markan diary, she when he is doing his prayers sullenly, he can see the for oceans coming together and rising waves and feel full. You know, terrible see monsters fearful whirlpools and ominous rumblings the saw all the inhabitants of the universe, including himself lamented within and without by harsh wins. The bolt of lightning and the great waves rising beyond the sky, the whole lot flooded. He group up next hand fearful now markan diary, she is seeing all this happening to him. So right in front of the four oceans have gathered, and they are rising and the sea monsters and things like that. And. The inhabitants of the universe including himself. He star mated Natalie in you have floods you're not doing sooner NAMI what happens the entire place is destroyed. Currently there was a problem in Indonesia, where not only the oceans rose. But there was thunder strong rain squall you name it and on top of it out quick. And then the Wilkin Oba. Three things happening at one time. Do you know how bad it is cousins of lives were lost in Indonesian, just recently? Okay. Just maybe a week back or so. And that was said even now just see the he saw in everybody's dominated within. And without by the harsh rings, both of lightning great waves beyond the sky, the whole earth flooded, he drew up next and fearful even as markan looked on the rain pouring down from the clouds for the ocean. More and more until the Red Sea its waters violently whipped into terrifying. Waves of hurricanes covered up on the islands mountains and continents the water inundated outerspace heaven this listed lesion in Indian Tara expense of the universe flooded in all directions and out of all these inhabitants. Only markan remained. His mattered heads scattered. The great sage wandered about alone in the water as demand like now in front of Larkin diarrhea. She although have gathered everything is destroyed the world around him completely complaining. He's only personnel live over there. And he's wading through the waters and walking over there documented by hunger and thirst attacked by monsters Mackerras and teaming fish and battered by the wind and wins. He moves aimlessly through the in finite darkness into which he had fallen Andy grew increasingly exhausted. He lost all sense of Badakshan and could not tell the sky from the earth. So this is the way in which Wia works Maya brought all this together. So there were everything had got destroyed complete darkness. He was waiting in the waters teeming fish swimming, fish, tiny fishes fishes, which can eat human beings. Also. I mean, they are like those piranhas no piranhas how they need you. Something like that. And the Moncada's different kinds of fishes and creatures of the sea..

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