35 Burst results for "Baghdad"

Bill O'Reilly Previews New 'Killing the Killers' Book

Mark Levin

01:48 min | Last month

Bill O'Reilly Previews New 'Killing the Killers' Book

"You got another killer book here In other words another top book And it is a really compelling book killing The Killers the secret war against terrorists And what really pulls men with this book is your sources You have a lot of I mean serious source material in this book Tell us about this Top of the pops this is the best reporting I've ever done somehow I managed to convince national security advisers from Bush the younger all the way through Trump To tell me what happened in the track downs and assassinations of the top terror leaders all over the world So we begin we've been lied and I put you right in the compound at a bottom Pakistan And it's a minute by minute What happened there Then we go to Baghdad one of the most evil heinous individuals ever to walk a planet What he did to Kayla Mueller the 26 year old Arizona humanitarian worker raped and had her murdered and then we go to Soleimani almost as bad as Baghdadi We've got vaporized And the national security advisers trusted me enough to tell me exactly what happened What is in the classified files Now there isn't anything to book that hurts America There's some controversial stuff about coercion interrogation which we would not have found Al Baghdadi without that As you know that it's against the law for Americans to do that to captured suspects to rough them up but we contract it out So there's a lot in this book killing The Killers that Americans have no idea about but all the national security advisers said Mark to me we want the American people to know what is being done in their

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Conflicting Reports Over Missiles Striking U.S. Consulate in Iraq

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Conflicting Reports Over Missiles Striking U.S. Consulate in Iraq

"Iran's powerful revolutionary guard said on its website it attacked what it described as an Israeli spy center in herbal Did not elaborate but in a statement said Israel been on the offensive citing the recent strike that killed two members of its guard An Iraqi official in Baghdad initially said several missiles had hit the U.S. consulate in which is new and unoccupied adding that it had been the intended target of the attack Later Locke got far the head of Kurdistan's foreign media office said none of the missiles had struck the U.S. facility but the residential areas around the compound had been hit Now what are we going to do about this What are we going to do about this

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IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

IS gunmen mount deadly attacks in Syria, Iraq; dozens killed

"Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic state state state state group group group group of of of of gunmen gunmen gunmen gunmen have have have have mounted mounted mounted mounted deadly deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks attacks in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria and and and and Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq with with with with dozens dozens dozens dozens killed killed killed killed more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred I I I I S. S. S. S. militants militants militants militants carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a complex complex complex complex attack attack attack attack on on on on Syria's Syria's Syria's Syria's largest largest largest largest prison prison prison prison holding holding holding holding suspected suspected suspected suspected extremists extremists extremists extremists and and and and members members members members of of of of the the the the group group group group in in in in Iraq Iraq Iraq Iraq stormed stormed stormed stormed an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks killing killing killing killing soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers that that that that they they they they slept slept slept slept the the the the prison prison prison prison break break break break in in in in Syria Syria Syria Syria is is is is believed believed believed believed to to to to be be be be the the the the largest largest largest largest since since since since the the the the militants militants militants militants lost lost lost lost territory territory territory territory they they they they have have have have held held held held that that that that nearly nearly nearly nearly three three three three years years years years ago ago ago ago I I I I S. S. S. S. a a a a sleeper sleeper sleeper sleeper cells cells cells cells have have have have become become become become more more more more active active active active in in in in both both both both countries countries countries countries the the the the attack attack attack attack at at at at an an an an army army army army barracks barracks barracks barracks in in in in a a a a mountainous mountainous mountainous mountainous area area area area north north north north of of of of Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad Baghdad was was was was one one one one of of of of the the the the deadliest deadliest deadliest deadliest targeting targeting targeting targeting the the the the Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi Iraqi ministry ministry ministry ministry in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 7 months ago

How Can Conservatives Effectively Communicate With Americans?

"Will. We are back with the brand new. He's shiny, he's so new. He is especially his forehead. Well, we're not doing this TMI. TMI. We're talking to doctor Kevin Roberts coming from the great Republic of Texas to head the heritage foundation follow him at I'll tell you right now. I had it. Kevin Roberts TX and heritage. We're talking about his new article, his vision for the conservative mothership. We're going to talk about your lawsuit. Super excited. Getting into the trenches against the Biden administration, but first Baghdad, my bug bear, and this is what I helped heritage with for a little bit. Andrew brought up was right. Politics is downstream from culture. By the time an issue arrives in this fetid stinking swamp, I don't care what it is. Second Amendment, abortion, the border. By the time it's here, it has been settled 20 years ago in Hollywood in the media on social. It's irrelevant really what happens in this city. My worry is we still don't get what Andrew taught us. We love to have the PowerPoints. Here's the laffer curve. Here's another slide, but we forgotten what Reagan did, which is communicate emotionally Ben Shapiro. I'm sorry Ben, if you're listening, you're wrong. Yes, facts don't care about your feelings, but feelings win elections. We have the truth, Ronald Reagan had it, but he could communicate it emotionally. Mild boss president Trump, whatever you thought about him, there was no question he loved America when he came out on that stage. It was genuine. What is he going to take for the conservative movement at large to get back to that point where it's not just data and slides, but communicating with Americans? You are 100% right. I'm not saying that just to be agreeable, but you're a 100% right. And the good news is that we are we have learned that. And some examples are, the recent election in Virginia. Yes. Not just Glenn youngkin, but also scores of steakhouse candidates, right? Right. And how were they communicating? They were leading with the emotion. They were leading with something in particular which is acknowledging the frustration that these aforementioned apolitical parents had about the indoctrination. And then they were saying, guess what? If you elect me, I've got the facts to back this up and I've got the policy solutions to do it. And so I think the logical extension of your question is, what's the heritage foundation going to do to make that permanent? And it's to make sure that we lead with those emotional

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The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 7 months ago

The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

"I was talking about how national reviews at the Kyle rittenhouse story wrong. They also got Nick Sandman wrong. Oh yeah. For their top editors, we're sniping at and denouncing Nicklaus salmon within minutes based on a few garbled minutes of CNN footage, which we're as propaganda. I again was one of the few people speaking out within minutes of in defending Nick salmon's right to constitutional free speech at a political rally, which is what the march for life was. Turns out he didn't even speak. He didn't even do anything. He just stood there. Standing while white, while pro life. But David French again was attacking Kyle rittenhouse as basically irresponsible and reckless, you know, young man with a gun had no place being there. And it struck me. David French was fine with 17 year old Americans handling rifles as long as they were in Iraq. As long as they were protecting a foreign country in a misguided war based on lies and propaganda that George W. Bush sold us. David French was all up for that. In fact, even when served as a military attorney in the green zone of Baghdad, which, of course, was safer for an American than living in Baltimore or any other blue city. But David French got his veterans credentials for political purposes by serving as an attorney in the safe little enclave of the green zone. But actual soldiers were taking actual risk with their lives in that war for no reason. Son of mosaic had nothing to do with 9 11. There were no weapons of mass distraction. Antifa has done far more to harm America than Saddam Hussein ever

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 Iraqi PM survives assassination attempt, ramping up tensions

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Iraqi PM survives assassination attempt, ramping up tensions

"Security was tightened around Baghdad ultra failed assassination attempts on Iraqi prime minister Mostafa kind to me at least two one trains targeted the residents of Iraq's prime minister in the heavily fortified green zone in Baghdad several of his security personnel were injured in an attack which has significantly ramped up tensions archer Ron backs militias refused to accept last month's parliamentary election results yeah I'm kind to me was on home despite corruption TV looking calm with a bandage on his left hand's cavity rockets in trying to tax third bill time lines and build a pizza the

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 Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election

"The turnout in Iraq's weekend elections with little more than forty percent according to preliminary results announced the turn ons a record low in the post Saddam Hussein Iraq signaling widespread distrust of the country's rulers the independent high electoral commission says early results show turn out from the Sunday vote at forty one percent that's down from forty four percent in the twenty eighteen elections which itself was an all time low the voters being mauled by widespread apathy and the bloody close by many young activists who thronged the streets of Baghdad and Iraq's southern provinces in late twenty nineteen calling

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Diamondbacks Pound Darvish With 6-Run 3rd, Beat Padres 8–3

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Diamondbacks Pound Darvish With 6-Run 3rd, Beat Padres 8–3

"Josh VanMeter homered while the Diamondbacks tag you Darvish for six runs in the third inning of any three rout of the Padres Luke weaver allowed one run and four hits over six innings his first start in three and a half months the Diamondbacks ended a five game losing streak in Baghdad thirteen hits one day after being no hit by Blake Snell for seven innings the meter had three RBIs while could tell more chain paving Smith each contributed three hits and two runs scored the Padres senator two game winning streak at a loss for the thirteenth time in eighteen games since August eleventh I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kissinger and Cheney Are a Disgrace to the Republican Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Kissinger and Cheney Are a Disgrace to the Republican Party

"This is happening right now in washington dc. Where you adam. Kim zinger and liz cheney to people who call themselves republicans and democrats going through a saab session around the events of january. Six adam goes from laughing to crying like that cut thirty. Adam kensington crying and sobbing saying democracies are not defined by our bad days. It's how we have accountability for those bad days. Okay adam before. I play this tape. Can we have accountability. As to why. Nancy pelosi didn't have the capital of police prepared. Can we have accountability as to. Who killed ashley babbitt. So i think we know what about the accountability for that atom kinzler atom in the hebrew scriptures means man and what a disgrace to that name. Adam can zinger is play tape because all talk about the effects you have to deal with and you know you talk about the impact of that day one. You guys held democracies are not defined by our bad days. we're defined by how we come back from baghdad days how we take accountability for that

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Who Belongs in a War Zone?

Throughline

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Who Belongs in a War Zone?

"Belongs in a war zone. We were sitting in the lobby and It was such a scene. You know you'd see peter jennings and then you'd see christiane amanpour and really cool right. 'cause everybody's just like you know. I belong hair right. Tara sutton freelance. Journalists did not feel like she belonged in baghdad. When she got there in two thousand three at the start of the iraq war and then up popped marla like hi. I'm marla marla ruzicka in jeans and a long afghan style sheepskin best. She looked like a hippie. You know mean and she was skinny and her hair was kind of uncombed. And she's a bedraggled cute but bedraggled and just sort of like floating around like what are you doing here exactly the two women start talking and tara. The freelance journalist says she's they're writing an article about iraqi children in war and goes i was just in afghanistan. And there's a lot of traumatize people there. And i remember like we were laughing. A lot of traumatize people enough denison like not your thoughts were what a ding dong like. Who is this person. I mean the first impression of her was mystifying. Macos quil lawrence admit marla more than a year earlier in afghanistan when she'd inexplicably popped up at the beginning of that war. How did she even get here. I'm in most of us. Took a pretty arduous route. Either people came across land from pakistan or got on some of the early flights that flew into an abandoned airstrip north of the capital. How is she surviving here. Where all of us have trucked in a about little cash to try and get by. She's come here without a place to stay without a driver or a security detailer and she's already couch surfing at this point right. Yeah and she didn't act like the rest of us. She looked like the rest of us. She didn't fit and by the rest of us. He means the four kinds of people that usually show up at the beginning of conflict.

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US Troops in Syria Attacked After Airstrikes on Militias

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

US Troops in Syria Attacked After Airstrikes on Militias

"A day after the U. S. conducted air strikes near the Iraq Syria border American troops have come under rocket attack president Biden says he ordered yesterday strikes on sites used by Iranian backed militias responsible for recent attacks on the US personal rack the militia groups called for revenge and today the military says U. S. forces in eastern Syria were attacked by multiple rockets an American spokesman in Baghdad says there were no injuries and that troops fired on the rocket launching positions in self defense Sager mag ani Washington

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Arizona Wildfire Destroys Homes in Remote Mining Town

Arizona's Morning News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona Wildfire Destroys Homes in Remote Mining Town

"Including 13 homes have been destroyed in a fast moving wildfire burning northwest of the Valley. The spur fire is charge 150 acres in the small mining town of Baghdad. Hundreds of people are evacuated despite

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Iraq Interior Ministry: 82 killed in Baghdad hospital fire

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Iraq Interior Ministry: 82 killed in Baghdad hospital fire

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says that eighty two people died and hundreds were injured in a couple struck fire that broke out in the intensive care unit of about that hospital tending to severe coronavirus patience negligence on the part of hospital authorities has been blamed for the Saturday night fire which initial reports suggest was caused when an oxygen cylinder exploded in the ward of the hospital Iraq's prime minister fired key hospital officials hours after the catastrophic incident a spokesman for the country's independent Human Rights Commission tweet through that among the dead were at least twenty eight patients on ventilators boxing severe symptoms of the virus I'm sorry I shockingly

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Dozens of Covid-19 Patients Killed in Baghdad Hospital Fire

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Dozens of Covid-19 Patients Killed in Baghdad Hospital Fire

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says any two people died. 110 have been heard in a catastrophic fire that broke out in a Baghdad hospital amongst the dead 28 patients suffering from a Corona virus. Negligence on the part of hospital authorities is being blamed

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Dozens Killed as Huge Fire Sweeps Through Baghdad Hospital

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Dozens Killed as Huge Fire Sweeps Through Baghdad Hospital

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says any two people died. 110 have been heard in a catastrophic fire that broke out in a Baghdad hospital amongst the dead 28 patients suffering from a Corona virus. Negligence on the part of hospital authorities is being blamed

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At Least 82 Killed in Massive Baghdad Hospital Fire

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 82 Killed in Massive Baghdad Hospital Fire

"Days of Mourning has been declared in Iraq after a fire engulfed a Baghdad hospital treating coronavirus patients killing at least 82 people on injuring dozens more. The fire reportedly caused by an exploding oxygen tank tour through an intensive care ward.

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Giannis returns, Bucks cool off surging Hawks 120-109

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Giannis returns, Bucks cool off surging Hawks 120-109

"Yeah this intent to Cooper was among seven Bucks to score in double figures in a one twenty one oh nine win over the hawks the NBA's two time reigning MVP played twenty five minutes and delivered fifteen points on seven of twelve shooting to go with five rebounds three steals two assists and a block it was his first action since missing six straight with a sore left knee true holiday led Milwaukee score sheet with twenty three points while brook Lopez provided nineteen with twelve rebounds blocked in Baghdad of extreme six three pointers and had a game high twenty eight points but the hawks lost for only the fifth time in twenty two games since Nate McMillan became head coach I'm Dave Ferrie

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1 Killed, 12 Wounded in Market Explosion in Iraq's Capital

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

1 Killed, 12 Wounded in Market Explosion in Iraq's Capital

"According to Iraq's military a powerful explosion has rocked the market in east Baghdad killing one person and injuring twelve others a police officials say the blast in the capital of the city it was caused by a car bomb it's in a cloud of black smoke above the area explosions in the Iraqi capital have become less frequent in the past few years particularly following the defeat of the Islamic state group in two thousand seventeen the development comes hours after drone strikes targeted at U. S. led coalition troops in the Arbil airport and the Turkish military base in northern Iraq I'm serious shockingly

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"baghdad" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"baghdad" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Baghdad marches today, marking a year since the U. S drone strike in the city that killed Iran's top general, You're listening to ABC now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has been tweeting every 10 minutes to highlight the frequency of coronavirus deaths in the area. Throughout New Year's Eve officials were tweeting a different example of a local resident who has died from the virus every 10 minutes. Actor turned evangelist Kirk Cameron is again drawing the ire of public health officials after hosting another large massless gathering. This time it was a New Year's Eve event on the Beach of Point Mugu in Malibu in the social media post, Cameron encouraged hundreds of people to join him to sing and pray for the country by candlelight. A new report says women working in the film industry increased of it in 2020. The celluloid ceiling says the percentage of women working in the top 100 films bumped up from 20% in 19 2021% this past year. I'm royal belong Sacramento traffic checking KFBK traffic in the Sierra 80 westbound at the California and Nevada state line. The roadway is reduced to one lane. You have the ditch Slope stabilization project taking place. You also have long term closures of the fair it on and off ramps throughout the construction. This is a long term project. It's not set to complete until late summer of this year, so expect there to be delays for awhile. Meanwhile, Highway 89 is shut down from 3 95 to 4 at Monitor Pass because of the snow and highway four. Shut down from route 207 to Highway 89 at Evitts Pass all them Jacob News 93.1 kfbk. Now. Sacramento weather How do you start this morning with lows in the mid.

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"baghdad" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on Z104

"The meantime I use mom in the same and my dad yes the I don't know if they know we know everybody knows Baghdad and clean these the that a minute Baghdad even before it's actually in.

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"baghdad" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on Z104

"Meantime I use mom in the same and my dad yes in the I don't know if they know we know everybody knows Baghdad and clean I just these but the that a minute Baghdad thirty nine here on the Z. morning zoo welcome to.

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"baghdad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So is there from the streets of Baghdad what's particularly interesting is the perspective of the country's young generation generations at those born in the late nineties and early two thousands who make up a fair chunk of the crowd out on the streets typically there a group that has experienced a huge amount of upheaval during their upbringing the two thousand and three Iraq war and often office meant that they have lived through multiple phases of violence high youth unemployment and widespread corruption what I do know a former BBC Baghdad correspondent is someone familiar with young Iraqis grievances he's been covering the protests in Baghdad and speaking of young people that to try and build a clear picture and joins me now I'm aware that about some of these young people entering the kinds of things they've been saying to you I think the key thing to remember about this generation of people who are out on the streets protesting is that they're not tied down by the divisions and grievances of the pasta made most of those around on the streets and that tens of thousands of at the peak of these protests I mean not just Baghdad but many of the cities around the country take in the south and they they were either not born at the time of the US invasion all they were just toddlers and so all of the kind of the the the the the the the fighting the battles that have gone on since their two thousand three invasion don't mean anything to them and people I was talking to a sable they've lost about Saddam Hussein I don't care about Saddam Hussein I don't care what my parents told about Saddam Hussein because he's no longer relevant and and they they have simply had enough with the the the the new order that is taken to this taken hold but is in power as a result of the US invasion of bots having said that just like many other parts of the world to corona viruses now having its effect that and I think increasingly it's looking like these protests are going to subside because of the threat of the virus which is the rising cases in Iraq in the short term one imagines that will be the case but in the longer term I mean some of the the issues that they also exercised about I'm not gonna go away I'm certainly not in the trunks are very possibly they can get worse because the the the rocky government relies overwhelmingly on oil for its for its revenues and of course if one knows the fuel prices plummeted dramatically in the last week or so they said that he's going to be have a knock on effect in terms of making all these problems worse unemployment it'll also probably make the government's that that the protest is a trying to replace its going to make them actually to get even more and so I mean this has been an astonishingly violent protests I mean that's the thing that's it that's it they've been going since October now Mr around six hundred people have been killed instilled expects stuck it out because that because the government has been so determined not to not to get in but you know now the stakes are even higher and you could see even more violence and even more deterioration in Iraq and what about Sunni versus Shia the country's often seen within those parameters perhaps more by people outside than inside what are these young people say on that subject we see that that that's another sign that you've got this sort of the the contrast between the generations because when I was that recently talking to protesters are they on this is a cross sectarian protester hello adult of the time because the people who were there not worrying about whether you will see whether the people around them a Sunni or Shia that is that parents that their parents divisions that's the way they see it bots of course it is still the sheer leads governments in in Baghdad that is in controlling the scene seeing things to some extent through that person because the sheer with a major I feel we have lost Andrew at that point but I think you've had a affair flavor from him of those protests in Baghdad and the views of the young people that he's been speaking to in Iraq in the last few months nearly twenty four minutes past the hour let's turn our attention to the world of sports coronavirus again this the spread of aids led to the cancellation of almost all of the big sporting events due to take place this weekend Alastair Ross with me let's start there with athletes and athletics meeting in South Africa which did take place Alistair an insight as well into caster Semenya is future yes this was a provincial final in Pretoria west the menu was running and winning the two hundred meters she calls a two time eight hundred meter Olympic champion who's faced having to take testosterone limiting drugs if she wanted to defend her title Tokyo twenty twenty because of a change to world athletics rules she's decided now not to defend her title in Tokyo instead the two hundred meters will become her event of choice the problem is that even though she set a personal best time of twenty three point four nine seconds in that race is almost no point seven seconds outside the Olympic qualification time confident though the finding those crucial tenths of a second this is doable ma'am like I said this thing you know they don't want to be called if you were corneal biomechanics you look on your recovery specialist running you were going the bands which is we only had like three weeks of doing that the time some chopping them and beats the.

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"baghdad" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"On the U. S. embassy in Baghdad a recent days he was planning new attacks on American targets but we stopped him solemn Anne's hands were drenched in both American and Iranian blood he should have been terminated long ago by removing solemn eighty we have sent a powerful message to terrorists if you value your own life you will not threaten the lives of our people if there's a trump doctrines that sit if you value your own life you will not threaten the lives of our people very straightforward statement no no this isn't something that you would hear in the faculty lounge at Johns Hopkins school of advanced International Studies or climb University school of international public affairs heap seis Georgetown security studies program most advance in the country M. I. T. security studies program all these different high our schools you won't hear professors you'll hear the former administration officials from you know different presidencies who get cushy teaching positions at these places saying that that's what the trump doctor nays but I'm here to tell you that is what the trump doctrine is very straightforward because you see trump doesn't bring to these issues all the baggage all the difficulties with seeing what is so clear and obvious to the rest of us that people who have either been conditioned to blame America first or condition to think that there is some inherent virtue in seeing everything through the eyes of our enemies first meaning seeing their side of it like well what you know why am have they become so upset at us maybe we did something wrong answer I guess extension of blame America first trump says if you value lawsuit people you of your people you will not take our people's what was the red line here we go back to basics and this is why so many people who see this president in office and say it it does not matter that I mean he did go to a super fancy school but who cares right it doesn't matter that he wasn't someone who's been through this system normal people faced with what Iran's government is and has done and what the United States is and has done understand that we are the good guys and that government is in fact the bad guys and we should act accordingly no bottom inspiration was a lot of you know well yeah but how do we get them to be nicer to us and let's let diplomacy to this that the other thing why what what I needed as with Cuba too by the way what did Cuba due to change its its policies in any meaningful way to get this song of relations from the Obama nutrition nothing nothing Cuba which is just after inflicting communist collectivist socialist misery on its own people turning it turning what should be a beautiful and prosperous island that all of us can't wait to go and visit and hang out in his wonderful and you know Cuba does have great music and food people are now she was a miserable how old for most people then forced out those died of the regime most people who live there because of the people in charge and they've been exploring that misery throughout Latin America yeah we've ruined this country let's find ways to help you rule your country with communism health care for all though right that's the search again here Bernie Sanders you could be the mayor from then on a moral bring this back to where trump isn't where the journals are what they've been saying about this here's Richard Engel whose fellow very celebrating laughter very serious international affairs journals and all these people I know please we've had I don't even I don't even know the number off hand but I know we've had over I think it's over sh two million people cycle through the wars of our soldiers RPO Ehrman semen military everybody through the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan okay combatants people show up in a war zone whether kicking in doors or handling logistics are flying their helicopters whatever they're doing people were in a war zone as combatants for this country we got a few million I really don't need to hear from like though the war's own correspondent journalists all the time but how old who's you know what some day we do so dangerous yeah there's some danger I'm taking the same remain or walk around the time old so brave who cares people live in these countries internal is go for two days ago the greens on all hi I've been to a rock singer yeah well you know do a fourteen month deployment as we have seen so many in our military do and actually take incoming after return fire and and then you can talk about being being so brave Jr knows but it Richard angles NBC correspondent in he is this is what he remember last night it's there was a little bit you could just see it on Twitter little bit do this is where you have large or Donald Trump wag the dog now the dog's wagging trump there's little bit how we're trying to find out if we have dead Americans we are waiting to hear whether there are going to be flag draped coffins and families shatter in our own country as a result the strike we don't know initial reports and there are Democrats and journalists who their first impulses see we were right and they're hoping to be right which means they're hoping that there are casualties here folks how else can you view it house can you say this didn't have to happen SO one of the former Obama flax putting that out there okay yeah what exactly happened in immediate response from Iran the weakest response that they could they could really given still claim to have done anything after we killed as a missing Qassem Soleimani the combination of George Washington Abraham Lincoln I was Presley in Babe Ruth here's NBC correspondent Richard Engel just either explain the world to us I swear I got Journalisten actors are the worst people in the world I really mean I mean I don't know what else to say journalist and actors are the worst not everybody obviously a Los Angeles and some actors but if you're looking to groups of people by profession worst people Richard Engel run reacted with what was a calibrated response no U. S. dead according to rocky officials Iran did in part to restore Iran's honor after losing its general will trump taunted and humiliated Iran won't go over well okay here you have an NBC news foreign chief foreign correspondent taking a very positive tone toward Iran was trying to restore the honor that it lost as a result of its general being taken us guys it had terrorist bloody minded loon then we take him out the eight out the administration has been saying it and I believe them I take them at their word that this guy was planning he just we just had the attack on the embassy didn't bring this out of nowhere these are planning more attacks on us and notice how you know if you're working with NBC news you got to say all I mean Iran great statesmanship from Iran here by firing missiles from their territory into another country sovereign territory at our bases could very well have killed people by the way even if that was not the intention but notice how he goes will trump Taunton humiliated Ron won't go over well know what trump did this morning is give a very statesmanlike speech about the reality of things right now between the United States and Iran saying that we we don't want war but Iran's behavior enough is enough not going to tolerate it anymore but they shouldn't be so complicated so hard for the journal sourced embodies the there's another there's another level here and that is there are many who are cheerleaders for Obama's policy in Iran and now we're saying hold on a second you mean we don't have to we don't have to bend the knee to the mullahs we don't have to pay them off with cash we don't to do all these things in the hopes of the Iranians will like us more now there's an there was another way you don't say washing post put this out are you a journalist first or American first with conflict looming in old question about patriotism is raised in New unless you're a live journal unless you're a leftist journalist knows when I use the term progressive as much anymore gone back to other things then you might have a a question here but for any normal American the answer is Eric in first this country matters more than my theoretical professional obligations journalist all think so though I'll never forget being in Beijing and watching CNN international to the only English language channel I could get and I'd know outside internet I'd know will get a contact with us the world I will never forget being there I want to see an international thinking that if she's in pain was directing English language coverage of what was going on in the world for Chinese audience to make America look bad he couldn't do better than what CNN was making America under trump look like couldn't you couldn't done a better job it's shameful it really is it's a disgrace it's harmful it's not just a question of I don't like their ideas I think that there are consequences for the propaganda that some of these organizations churn out the dishonesty not just all of their information of the dishonesty what their mission is I find that to deeply disturbing are you a journalist first American first my friends one thing I can tell you is those you listen to the show who watch the show you'll never have to ask the question that's washing posters pose about what we do here this country matters more than any show any ethical obligations to your professional life right your first ethical obligation is to your country at least when it comes to country versus profession should be quite obvious but for live journal that is not particularly obvious oh yes there during live streaming coverage of cassettes of custom Somani buried in his hometown a they were really trying to turn this into a moment of she change against trump you could tell there was some glee at the prospect of trump getting drawn into a quagmire war lives that were enthusiastic about this that like this for what it would mean politically you can't avoid that from seeing the way they reacted last night I sat there I didn't win anything during the attack I wasn't you know I wasn't taking shots of people because I want to know well our people were taking real shots down range what happened first come first concern or are people okay second concern what are we going to do an immediate response to this how big is that response going to be very far down the list for anybody who's normal would be does this make me look right does it help my political tribe lives were shameful last night in that regard was appalling but not surprising let's say you're shopping online.

Baghdad Anne
"baghdad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"S. troops several rockets landed inside the heavily fortified green zone in Baghdad near the US embassy ABC's Brian Clark says there's no word on casualties a base and deal in northern Iraq was also targeted the White House says president trump's been briefed on the attacks and that he's been consulting with his national security team a report from Iran's semi official news agency says the country has worked up thirteen cents a plans to avenge a soul monies death echo a quotes the secretary of Iran's supreme National Security Council saying that even the weakest among them would be Hey historic nightmare for the U. S. the official was also quoted as saying if the US troops do not leave the region voluntarily and upright Iran will do something to carry their bodies out horizontally Iran's state run news agency later published a statement from the supreme National Security Council denying the official made that comment this report brought you by sweet James Bergner LA county supervisors have as the governor to speed up the closure of a natural gas site near Porter ranch thousands of people get sick from a natural gas blow out in twenty fifteen supervisor Katherine Barker says the least canyon facility is not necessary only way to preserve the health and safety of the residence surrounding a lease canyon is too close people who live in areas that they want a timeline for the closure a federal judge has given final approval to a two hundred fifty million dollar settlement between the U. S. C. and that women who claim they were sexually abused by long time campus gynecologist the class action case involves about seventeen thousand former patients of doctor George Tyndall he's looking a criminal charges related to sixteen women the taps are going dry the brewery along the two ten when Dale the Molson cores beverage companies announce it'll be shutting down operations at the brewery by September the breeze been rolling out cakes in cases since nineteen eighty last year the worry pumped out four point eight billion barrels of beer the company says four hundred seventy people work at the plant in most of course as the production will be moved breweries in fort worth Texas and Denver Colorado the company says the move is part of a broader restructuring designed to streamline operations there is some hope for the parade because most of course has an agreement with Pabst brewing to allow the company to buy the site four hundred fifty million dollars Chris and Carla okay fine news fireworks going off in the cafeteria high school in Houston three students were heard as they try to run away sen Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's had enough Republican votes the does have enough to start an impeachment trial without the support of Democrats have demanded calling witnesses McConnell's expected to start the trial as soon as house speaker Nancy Pelosi sends over the articles of impeachment a decision on witnesses or documents Democrats want would be made later comes plan is modeled after bill Clinton's impeachment trial twenty years ago at least fifty six people have been killed hundreds hurt in a stampede that happened during the funeral for the Iranian general killed in Iraq thousands of people in Iran gathered for the funeral today in general Soleimani hometown of a care man will was delayed because of concerns about the huge crowd at the cemetery soul money successor as leader of the revolutionary guard has vowed.

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"baghdad" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"What happened general salami over there in Baghdad when he was struck in an air strike near the Baghdad airport you ready for this here it goes some people some things right we love you in Philly where we suffer from eight years of Arabian support from America we gave them billions of dollars we gave them resources we allowed come to countries to trade with them to build up their economies what we are now having to correct is the enormous economic activity that took place during this Iranian nuclear deal that president trump rightly got out of in may of two thousand eighteen it's taking a little bit of time and it will continue to take time but we're going to restore deterrence we we just had a big hill to climb up check out we'd seen hundreds of thousand people killed millions have to depart the region with same Lebanese Hezbollah Hamas the P. R. J. in Gaza Strip all of these terror organizations issue malicious machine which is that we are now yeah challenge to push back against that fall under written by American policy in the Obama administration flip the switch we're training those resources going to protect an American keep American people I think I can general salami over when he was right near the Baghdad airport you ready for some people thank you we love you you don't see anyone standing up you're not hearing any of the numbers you're not hearing China you're not here in Russia the only ones that are mourning the loss of soul money for our Democrat leadership and our democratic presidential candidates no one else in the world because they knew that this man had evil veins they knew what he was capable and they saw the destruction and and the lives lost face from his there you you don't see anyone standing up you're not hearing any of the numbers you're not here in Russia one mourning the loss of the full Monty are are Democrats leadership and our democratic presidential candidates no one else in the world because they knew that this man had evil thing they knew what he was capable and they saw the destruction and and the live bait triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three very elderly factor that comes to the this is a breaking news according to fox news missiles were fired at multiple locations across direct the senior US military source told foxnews describing it as a series of attacks on US forces from Iran we'll talk more about this when we know more this last person we just play with Nikki Haley saying that the only people morning so the money are Democrats running for president and the former Deputy Assistant to secretary of defense Mattis I said I completely understand why the trump administration didn't warn Congress about sort of money well I think that that's why he was elected to be the president of the United States by the American people he has to make those hard choices with all sorts of different and information that is presented to him and the course of action to take out Somali was one option he had multiple options on the table and so you have to take all sorts of things into consideration in court including the second and third order effects which is what most people are concerned about today those are all laid out on the table prior to the decision being made SO intelligence is presented and many different factions in terms of what the instance is and so I think that what the administration is doing now in terms of going back to Congress and briefing them on the intelligence that they had which led to the decision that they made is the right one they need to let Congress know what happened I understand why they didn't do it had a time they're very concerned about leaks out because there have been leaks out of Congress when it comes to these types of things that need to be very quiet prior to you but I think they're taking the appropriate steps in terms of leading Congress no the decision making process about the imminent danger to American lives and why they falsely need to to take out some money when they did it is the former Deputy Assistant to secretary of defense Maddox now CNN is reporting that ten rockets hit an air base which houses US forces west of Baghdad here are a bunch of Democrats attacking trump not some money Roger believe his actions now on the path to another war he's been a radic and unsuccessful in almost every from previous foreign policy endeavor this one is the most dangerous of all we are not safer today than we were before Donald Trump acted we seem to have accomplished what silly money was trying to do but couldn't so in death he's actually accomplished his goal it's not a good idea unless you are ready for one season was an enormous escalation well I just can't take one day off a the come back we'll talk about the assertion that Donald Trump killed so the money to distract from impeachment now that's something you need to know about really factor in about people that tell but the father son owners so they are on a real mission to help as many people as possible get out of pain they have been a consistent sponsor of my program year after year after year and that's because tens of thousands of people are now taking really factor for their back and neck pain shoulder hip and knee pain and now they're in less or no pain at all simple as that it works and that's why I joined Pete and Seth on their mission to help you get out of pain to.

Baghdad
"baghdad" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"That was into Baghdad International Airport when when we took it away from Saddam in two thousand three and the sport all the tunnels and get all the munitions out of there and everything like is another very spot also so so money was integrated one moment the next moment he was disappointed that was his transitional moment whole hunger integrated listen one more note on this and then you know whatever we can move on I have a flip on nakedly progressive radio this morning NPR and the orderly dishonest to anchor at check on there and yes I'm using check dismissively because I think this woman is is just a professional liar first misogyny of twenty twenty feels good to be back all I'm not I'm not disrespecting her because she's a woman I'm disrespecting her because she deserves NO respect she said of the killing of soul Amani in reference to the storming of the embassy which happened several days ago by this is she a militia who we bombed because they killed one of our guys but anyway so what happened was they storm the embassy it looked like it could have been nineteen seventy nine or seventy to seventy seven all over again Tehran with an embassy being stormed our diplomats are soldiers being killed whatever and and we repel them thank god in the besieged the embassy of more hurling rocks for days and finally we got word to the Iranians you got to call off the dogs now or we are going to go nuts and so a couple of those militia leaders go back and tell our guys are eight stand down some of the guys didn't want to stand down he said now you gotta quit chucking Molotov cocktails in the embassy seriously okay NPR described that is so money's people are actually defending the embassy he was there to tell them not to attack he was defending the embassy which is a bizarre mis characterization that is the husband to briefly stops beating his wife being described as her protector great Scott in P. R. why do you get my tax dollars I've got the first kids today story of twenty twenty coming in something I learned from a newer driver over the weekend or over the last two weeks that I think you'll find interesting everyone steam trial begins I see him shuffling into the courtroom right now is what going to convict old man can barely walk funny on the way I'm strong and get a show here's a reminder when you need to know no se of seven sixty fifty eight go in the five itself and five before Cesar Chavez the right lanes blocked with a big rig that is loaded up I don't know if they're gonna have to unload it before they move in the right lane is blocked there ninety four is where you start to feel left hand corner bridge westbound his just filled in full span for your drive this morning W. sponsored by all state with an all state agency.

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"baghdad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"North Baghdad Reuters reports at least six people were killed and three more were critically wounded it is not yet known who was behind the latest strike now the latest traffic and weather together right now we are seeing an accident still blocking the right shoulder I seventy five north bound in the paddock road exit also road construction going on I seventy one seventy five north bound near the Brent Spence bridge in northern Kentucky that continuing until five o'clock Sunday morning now ladies forecast from between the heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. got it for Saturday will see are high in the morning of forty three degrees and we will continue to drop from the they are expecting temperatures to head twenty eight for the low Saturday nights now throughout the morning they'll we'll see some light scattered showers in very possible to see some flurries for the afternoon not expecting any to stick from your severe weather station online first warning forecaster raven Richard newsradio seven hundred WLW rate are showing a cloudy sky for the tri city maybe a few light showers you might find in some areas including Kenton county some light shower activity and also the portions of Campbell and southern Claremont our current temperature is forty six degrees a father a sentence in his son's death it is the maximum sentence for twenty seven year old Cody Cole well in Warren County the clear creek township man will spend up to the next twenty four and a half years in prison after taking a plea deal in the death of his baby son he was initially charged with murder and more in the beating death of two month old Kaitlyn Cole well this past April but he admitted to voluntary manslaughter in child endangering police and doctors say his son suffered abuse of head trauma that included brain damage the boy died a few days after being taken off life support Cole well did not say anything at Friday's sentencing I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW damage was caused to the home during a fire in Harrison Friday night fire crews say everyone inside the home on Broadway street near elm got out safely it is not known at this time with sort of the blaze blue ash is hosting a job fair today from eleven AM to one PM at the recreation center to fill seasonal positions in ground maintenance park parks maintenance landscaping Aquatics concessions customer service and more information is also available for volunteer opportunities for the blue ash recreation department during the job there news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports college basketball last night it was Detroit mercy upset again K. U. sixty six fifty eight was concert upsets number five Ohio state sixty one fifty seven right state website Oakland ninety six to sixty nine today you seize up against Tulane to three thirty right here on seven hundred WLW Sunday at St John's up again Xavier for also here on seven hundred WLW NFL playoffs wild card weekend buffalo in Houston Tennessee in New England today is Sunday it's Minnesota New Orleans Seattle Philadelphia the action right here on seven hundred WLW build Edison seven hundred WLW sports aren't accepted as a one o'clock I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. roofing and windows guaranteed for life it nature so never replace your basement flooring again your country is uneven damn and not healthy carpet and tile don't last read more the mildew and give worthless warranties nature's don't currently corrects uneven concrete and is not affected by Dennis.

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"baghdad" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Outside of our embassy in Baghdad this is orchestrated by the Iranian regime these are the kinds of tactics that they use forty years ago they stormed our embassy and then here we are forty years later and they're directing these terrorist groups to then attack our embassy so the president took very decisive action and put in place the necessary forced protections and for our people our diplomats and our and our embassy it was the right thing to do and today the situation is much better how concerned are you about the relationship between Iraq Iran in this situation well the we've seen recent protests in Iraq against the Iranian domination in Baghdad so we have seen thousands of of Iraqis rise up against money in domination Iran has been running an expansionist foreign policy for some time president trump is standing up to that and the regime is not used to being told no but for the last three years we put in place the kind of sanctions and other deterrent measures that have weaken the regime and we can that's proxies so the regime does not enjoy the support of the Iraqi people you had a handful of terrorists who were at our embassy yesterday but that does not represent the views of the Iraqi people who want Iran out now while hook was diplomatic about Iraq's responsibility GOP congressman mark green told fox news he thinks it's a bad idea to pull troops out of the Middle East right now because Iraq has not stepped up to the plate I think it's proof that this president you know who uses a very proportional measured response when he's confronted with these kinds of situations if you look at the drone attack when they shot down our drone he essentially refused to do a Connecticut strike been and and used a basically a computer virus to destroy their their missile launchers and then they attack us we had eleven rocket attacks against American forces inside Iraq in the in the region and we responded with five attacks on their campus now they're escalating it even more and and has been said many times this is organized by the I. R. G. C. supported Hezbollah militia there were uniforms in the crowd yesterday from the images that I saw flags of those units this is an orchestrated terrorist event and you know the president is right he's not going to allow another big guys especially not now I mean it would clearly be interpreted by Iran as appeasement as running away just as we did you know after small yeah I mention small yet but you know Bill Clinton basically pulled all our forces out as soon as we got a black eye and that empowered bin laden to say these Americans will stick and fight so we cannot do that especially now we've got to stay what we need is Iraq to step up and be the allies that we certainly treated them you know they were invaded by ISIS and we came back and basically liberated them from ISIS so they need to do their job to protect our forces in our assets in our embassy now hundreds of militiamen and supporters attacked the embassy on Tuesday protecting our pro testing I should say airstrikes against an Iranian backed militia that killed twenty five fighters the U. S. says that Malaysia is responsible for a rocket attack on an Iraqi military base that killed a US contractor here at home the market will start the new year with new highs when trading resumes but can the bowl run continue well into twenty twenty well White House adviser Peter Navarro says he sees a continued expansion despite record deficits and an inability to rein in spending well well pet lectures do have consequences Joe and and when we did negotiate that appropriations bill we had to deal with the democratic house and that led to a lot more spending that we otherwise war they had but you know I think I think twenty twenty here's here's the difference between by Donald J. trump and maybe the old roaring twenties what what trump is designed to turn the Republican Party into the party of the working class what he's brought about is a structural revolution that continues in terms of restructuring our economy going back to the future manufacturing we have a strong defense industrial base we have a trade policy based on America's first and not having the U. S. treated as a piggy bank yeah we got a half a trillion dollars a trade deficit to get down we do that that's going to be a growth machine so structure way we're gonna be sound through through the twenties and a again it's it's all good and it's it's a strategy Joe that dates back and not just to that day after the election you and I sat together and make that prediction but throughout the campaign this economy stems from the DNA of the trump campaign it goes back to the seven jobs plan promises in June of twenty sixteen and those four points in the economic compass the S. and P. five hundred finishing in the year up twenty nine percent that was the best showing since twenty thirteen the Dow at a twenty two percent and the nasdaq advanced thirty five percent of people judges camps as he raised more than twenty four point seven million in the last three months he now has a staff of five hundred people nationwide is campaign said Wednesday raised seventy six million since he launched his bid including more than two million contributions from over seven hundred thirty three thousand people that potentially places the south bend mayor above many of his democratic rivals including Joe Biden it does not put him above Bernie Sanders more on that in a moment now former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines told MSNBC although Biden's poll numbers remain strong Biden has a cash flow.

Baghdad
"baghdad" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Baghdad the US embassy compound in Baghdad under close watch the following two days of fiery protest by Iraqi militia the unrest prompting the Pentagon to send seven hundred and fifty trips to the Mideast and delaying secretary of state Mike Pompeii was visit to Ukraine and for other countries as a department says Pompeii is postponing the trip to continue monitoring the situation and ensuring the safety of Americans no matter how many times we warned not to do this it always seems to happen sixty one year old Houston critical care nurse was killed shortly after midnight on new year's morning in our front yard after being hit by a stray bullet police have found no indication at full at the Ashford friends had anything to do with it another Houston man was hit in similar fashion in another part of the city but he was treated at an area hospital twenty twenty bringing us some very good news at the gas pump prices are expected to be flat to slightly down from last year is the U. S. energy renaissance continues the energy information administration says the average price will be two cents a gallon less than last year at two sixty a gallon down to two thirty in Texas the main reason is the glut of U. S. production the U. S. last November exported more oil than we imported for the first time since the forties analysts say they could place more stress on already fragile middle eastern economies one local man in custody after allows the beginning to the new year he was shot several times during a family disturbance at an apartment complex all fours Buck he was rushed to the hospital woman also injured she fell down in the confusion and heard a leg suspect captured just a few blocks away and a new law meant to protect you online goes into effect this week under the law all which starts in January first Texas businesses must notify the state when there's a security breach that includes personal information bread pie add with the San Antonio cyber security firm jungle desk says the bad guys are stepping up more ransomware attacks crypto currencies it's now easy for them to require ransom sent another payments over the internet and he says they're targeting small businesses because they have less protection Margot Moreno newsradio twelve hundred W. away I only if the FDA is expected to ban most flavored ease cigarettes that word from a senior official in the trump administration it's being reported that the only flavors not included will be mental and tobacco tank vaping systems will also be spared the compromise comes amid the teen vaping crisis several cities and states issuing their own bands this year retailers such as Walmart and Walgreens have stop selling the products all together and a San Antonio baby who was born without skin is now one year old Jabbar grace first birthday was on new year's days spent most of his first year in Texas children's hospital in Houston though he was finally released in November when he was eleven months old he underwent a series of skin grafts they were made possible by a Boston lab that grew sheets of skin from his cells he's beating the odds considering his family said doctors told them he had very little chance of survival at all well video game companies have come up with a new way to make money John Doniger with Bloomberg as today's in focus reports this is a Bloomberg market minute the hottest thing in video games may not actually be fortnight but the advances in technology used to power such games there's gonna be a revolutionary change in gaming as we move to cloud streaming Ted Pollock is a video game technology analyst and co founder of the game ETF he says expected to hit its stride in three to five years cloud streaming is where the game is being processed on a remote server.

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"baghdad" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Hongkongers and protesters and I joked joked about it with a friend a couple of days ago because he was like. It's Christmas and I was like. Yeah it's tear-gas Smith. They do really worry about mental health consequences of this when it's such an everyday reality for you and career for your friends and your family's safety and I think that's the hardest thing to come across sometimes like how deeply personal is for every one of us here but but at the same time. I'm also really worried that it's going to end. Because our past history has shown that when our protest movement of ended nothing much happens afterwards words and the political situation always gets even worse and so I basically fear for all kinds of outcome. I was Hong Kong based author and activist Karen Chung reflecting on a tumultuous year in her city those are Paris opera musicians on strike and performing outside they played music from Sergei. PROKOFIEV's Ballet Romeo and Juliet get their concert on. The steps of the Paris. Opera House was also a show of support for striking French transportation workers who are posing an overhaul to the country's pension system. The transit strike is causing some serious headaches. Tonight.

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"baghdad" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Protesters smashed down a door and set fires. The State Department says the embassy itself was not breached and has not been evacuated. Washington Washington is blaming Iran for the protest. Wait Iran. But we're talking about Iraq. It's all really confusing. Said help explain. I'm joined by the world's Chris Wolf Chris. Who are these protesters well cow pictures? Show and witnesses say that these are mostly men who belong to a pro Iranian militia group called Qatar Hezbollah most not carrying carrying weapons but many all wearing those uniforms of that organization and carrying their flags. This is the same group. Carol that was bombed by the. US Air Force on Sunday and the same group that allegedly attacked the US base near Kirkuk on Friday killing a US contractor so just to recap events wise we had Friday the attack on the US base. which killed an American Eric on Sunday the US retaliates there s strikes and then today we have the assault on the embassy compound so going back to that Friday attack at the US base? Why would this this Iraqi militia group that is loyal to Iran attack a US base We don't know for sure but there have been dozens of similar attacks over the past few months against. US targets in Iraq. Not as big as this. which involved thirty rockets that the? US government says the attacks are being directed by Iran. Iraq's big neighbor to the east Iran's and going broke under the pressure of the global use embargo on oil sales Trump's maximum pressure campaign. And it's been trying to find ways to put pressure back on on the US to relax those sanctions and one of the ways it's using is to have its friends around the Middle East region Goff. US targets Oh so real proxy anything Iran using a militia group in Iraq to go after US interest there too in some roundabout way pressure the US to lift sanctions or to who deal with Iran. Right yes so indirect pressure campaign okay. Another question is why are there even any armed militias roaming around freely in Iraq at this point yeah let alone once controlled by a foreign country like Iran. We have to go back to two thousand fourteen. That's when Isis the Islamic state movement annihilated one third of the the Iraqi army in a single battle so the Baghdad government appealed to the masses of Iraqis to help defend the capital and hundreds of thousands of people formed these ad hoc walk militias and they did play a critical role in the fight against Isis. But these are not just like well armed neighborhood watches. Many were formed by political groups. Many were sponsored armed and trained by Iran so this was tolerated by the US in Baghdad because of the emergency need to to fight Isis but they would never D- mobilized is Georgia's armed so the events this week they show a real anger at the US by Iraqis. What's at the root of that well? Let's be clear. There is no single Iraqi Iraqi point of view rather Iraqis a complex mosaic of regional ethnic religious and political interests. So it's difficult to generalize but historically many dislike the fact act of US conquest and occupation from two thousand and three but the specific complaint. Today is that the. US is attacking bombing this pro-iranian militia. This is is the first time that the. US has taken this direct kind of military action in Iraq against any target other than Isis for almost a decade and many Iraqi see it as an affront to the country's sovereignty and the pride but we must remember that Iraqis are also plenty mad at Iranian influence to the been massive bloody demonstrations in Baghdad throughout throughout most of this year against corruption and Iranian influence. And those have been much bigger than demonstration today at the US embassy. The world's Chris Wolf thanks so much. You're welcome I'm Carol. It's already twenty twenty. In Hong Kong residents welcomed in the New Year with celebrations and with pro democracy protests the city cancelled its main event a fireworks display citing security concerns as the clock near midnight. Demonstrators formed human chains major landmarks around the city. They chanted their agenda agenda.

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"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

15:08 min | 3 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:35 min | 3 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Baghdad so in this like me for me any promises knocking me me me me in the is it still because is is because is it still because is it as in your body during a moment because I'm going to fashion looking forward to you know in the it sounds it will never come back in a lucky lucky in a way out of my head is a machine well this is my name in and couldn't so this is a life and we have been in play nice in the city because his earnest ground we got to do this let's do is ride that's gonna as you know what yeah what a bummer I'm about to pull another just and that is just me late nights in the city because it has learn is we who is Ryan that's going to not only.

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"baghdad" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"baghdad" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"You got. Someone in Baghdad. Stop asking me. Trump. Triple can adopt. But I see a lot of teams. Dismantle. Macomb club clubs. No masterpiece. Masterpiece. Bill. Nice. Stars in. China's backing. Back to back down. Somebody got shot. Would you tell them about Willis? Got the dirty money talk. No masterpiece. One bad masterpiece. Looking for. What's it called? Champion. Florida. No catch. Get some back. We already. You want to take you want to spend a fit they hit the same donors..

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