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Russia Was Ready for Taliban's Win Due to Longtime Contacts

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Russia Was Ready for Taliban's Win Due to Longtime Contacts

"As a Taliban swiftly to K. rock on the sun Basra has been prepared for the rapid developments Moscow has been working methodically for years to lay the groundwork for relations with the insurgent group wants Russia officially recognizes the Taliban as a terrorist organization Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov emphasized this week that the insurgent group have shown promising signs at least encouraging signals from the Taliban who declaring that the science of former government with the participation of all the political forces immediately after the Taliban takeover buses that it wouldn't affect your rates its embassy in Kabul unlike many other countries last month the Taliban delegation visited Moscow with a guaranteed not to threaten the interests of Russia and its exit yet allies in Central Asia Taliban spokesperson Muhammad said Shaheen we will not allow anyone any android world any entity to use the side of a plan is done against the neighboring country that a general country and the the word kindly I'm Karen Thomas

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Russian court rejects Navalny's appeal; allies detained

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Russian court rejects Navalny's appeal; allies detained

"The arrests come as thousands took to the streets around Basra to demand the release of the opposition leader speaking to court via video link from jail on the Val needs announced criminal proceedings against him as part of the government's efforts to intimidate the opposition you would succeed in scaring tens of millions of people who have been brought by that government he said Navalny who is Russian president Putin's most well known folk was arrested on the seventeenth of January his arrest came on his return to Moscow from Germany where he was recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin I'm Karen Thomas

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How to get the best results with Magic Mastering

Podcasting Q&A

03:56 min | 1 year ago

How to get the best results with Magic Mastering

"Team buds sprout. This is marissa host of the live blissed out. Podcast my question relates to the magic mastering feature you offer. Do you recommend that. I upload my episodes as is for magic mastering or should i still make adjustments by editing software before uploading. Thanks for all your support. Thanks for your question marissa magic. Mastering is a new feature that we recently added in bus route that allows you to automatically mix and master your podcast episodes to improve your audio quality without adding a ton of extra work but there are certainly some things that you still want to do. When you're editing your podcast episode to get the best results. I talked about the three things you should continue to do. Even if you start using magic mastering the first thing is get a really clear audio recording as greatest magic mastering is it is not a miracle worker and so if you are recording in a super echoey environments or your guest is recording with their phone and they have a bad connection or you have a lot of cross talk and microphone bleeds. You can hear yourself in. Your co hosts microphone magic. Mastering cannot magically fix that as great as it is doing other things magically so you want to get a really clean recording for your podcast episode that means recording every single person on their own track in your editing software. It means recording and a really solid environment where you're going to reduce echo and it's going to sound really crisp really clear and that means using proper technique where you're about four finger. Widths away from your microphone. The second thing you want to do is get your volume levels in the ballpark of where they need to be. So a really nice level and then your co host recorded a little bit louder than you and your guests was really quiet. Then you want adjust those so they're all about the same. You don't have to get them perfect. But you do. Want to get in the ballpark. And the last thing that you want to do is remove any unwanted. Sounds that you don't want to make it into your podcast episode. Now we're not talking about you. Know air conditioning. Units or low background noise. That's something magic master can take care of and we'll get to that in a second but i'm talking about dogs barking talking about kids screaming. Someone has a coughing fit in the middle of the interview. Those are the kind of things that you want to remove from your podcast episode before you upload it to basra and use magic mastering so now. Let's talk about the things you no longer have to do. Once you start using magic. Mastering and the first one is levelling magic. Mastering applies adaptive leveling to your entire podcast episode. So it sounds like everyone's recording at the same volume all the time and this really is a step beyond a regular normalization effect which analyzes the entire audio clip and then does one major adjustment to the whole file adaptive leveling split your podcast episode up into little chunks and applies normalization and leveling effects. Along the way so that even if someone is loud one point soft at another point magic. Mastering we'll take care of that. The second thing you longer have to worry about is background noise and hum reduction so if there's a fan going on the back of your room when you're recording your episode and you notice it gets picked up in your microphone magic. Mastering will take care of that. If your neighbor two doors down is mowing the lawn and you can kind of hear it in the background. You don't have to take care of that and your editing software magic. Mastering will do that for you. And if you have an n line which means that you have a poorly shielded. Xlr cable or usb cable and you have this really nasty In the background of your audio recordings matching mastering. Take care of that too. So those are notoriously difficult to get rid of in your podcast. Editing software use noise gates. You gotta use plug ins all this kind of stuff magic. Mastering will do that. And then the last thing that you no longer have to worry about is loudness targeting. So best practice for podcast. Episodes is to target your loudness setting essentially the perceived volume podcast episode two negative sixteen left's using a stereo file or negative nineteen months if you're exporting as a modified magic mastering will automatically apply that loudness targeting for you see. You don't have to worry about it any more. Thank you for sending the extra question marissa.

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"basra" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"basra" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"basra" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

Before Anyone Else

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"basra" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

"Yeah Yeh For a single girl new in the city big city What what's that number? One two, three tips that you would give to them or something that they watch out for something to consider should they be open to new experiences that kind of thing but I would definitely say to put yourself you know push your boundaries a little bit. Get outside your comfort zone try to get to know people. I think one thing that I wish I. would have done more when I was younger is an everybody says this but it's it's very true and I think it's worth reiterating just cut out the negativity. Yeah. Like if somebody's like your best friend from a million years ago and they're an enabler and they're always being negative like just fucking get rid of it. There's this thing in finance called and I always related to this finance called sunk costs and it's basically when you have a project, you should evaluate based on the future potential, right? So if I invested a million. Dollars in a house but there's some trash getting built next door. Now, it's going to be worth twenty, thousand dollars I actually get the hell out of there. I have invested twenty million same thing for relationships in ball like just because you've been friends with somebody since you were fifteen are however if they're not empowering, you like just get the hell out of there and maybe eventually you'll come back and you'll be able to be strong enough to have that relationship with without negatively impacting U but I, wish, i. would have done more of that when I was younger. Do. You want to tell us about what team Kirke is. Yeah. So not to be Debbie Downer but I got site spent fifteen years in retail and fashion had a really successful career. I was a senior buyer of jewelry and watches for Barneys New York and Dream Job Amazing Oh. My was so much fun. But I got laid off back in April with Kovic, budget cuts and tons of people got laid off at the company that I was working and I've obviously again with Kovic have kinda just been sitting trying to figure out what I should be doing and I know I've had this platform the show launched last year and I haven't really done anything with it. But honestly watching Indian matchmaking like really triggered me and I just felt like I want something out there that empowers women to live outside the social norms that we always see and I wanted to be able to communicate what I think are ways you can do that. So I launched this week. Team KIRKE DOT com. Dot Com was taken. I don't know what asshole is sitting. So team dot com as an kind of a nod to the show and the Hashtag that trended when people were supporting me and I'm just putting out great content to kind of empower women and hoping to write a book and come out with other sort of great things for women out there. So awesome. So hopefully, when you go on your book tour will we can have you back one hundred percent. I I'm committing to that so. All right. Thanks for. Spending some time with us. and. Good luck on your team gooky stuff. Well, I'll definitely be following that. Thank you I really appreciate you guys having me..

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"basra" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

Before Anyone Else

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"basra" Discussed on Before Anyone Else

"I mean I'm sure she didn't use those words obviously. He's good. He has the right job whatever and they literally on their wedding day and so that's another thing that Justin quite didn't understand like he thought it was like the grossest thing he's ever heard but my parents have figured out how to make it work. You know like they're happy and my my brother and I had a great life and still have a great life. They're very supportive anyway. So for them because they come from that culture where they met on the wedding, the they just had to make it work. There's that pressure where even if you have a quote unquote love marriage and you meet somebody. That you're dating. They don't understand like why wouldn't you just get married? You met him you love you love each other you're dating like quote like let's do this. So for them, it's just really hard to understand how you could not make it work. So they automatically just jumped a cool. Let's get married. Let's skip that box checked. Yeah, and you know like like you're saying about your parents, I mean I look at own family and my grandparents were actually had an arranged marriage and belongs time when I was a lot younger, I would just like Kinda like pressing grandmom like like what was your thought process like what was? What were the steps that you took in a lot of? Like a lot of her answers at point in time we're like I didn't WanNa rock bow like my parents were really on board with this. They really wanted to happen and I just you know like she had such a it was such like a simple answer for longest just couldn't really wrap my mind around it. You know and I was like here you are with. Four kids now and you built this life and so at some level there must have been some good there. Right like we can't I couldn't. It was really hard to understand but I was like a point. I. Mean built this like really long term strong bond over time and I'm seeing that in our family is now grown. So you know there's something really. It's really interesting I. Know a lot of people don't necessarily understand and I know that new Netflix show in matchmaking brings a lot of these issues to light. But seeing it play out it gives us some insight into the cringe and also just help strong and powerful those expectations are and how difficult like conversations can be totally and it's like a different you know. I mean except for that show, it's a different age now and you have options but like. Back in the day when my grandma was living in the village in, they had a tiny tiny pool of people and they all consider them some family and to meet a potential partner. It's like you just go on an APP or go to the bar like it had to be through the families once they were ready and so so from like a suicide like social perspective, it makes sense how that all came about but it does put people like ourselves in this. Weird conundrum because you know my family moved to the US like my Mama have been in her thirty s and you know when they moved in the kind of kept evolving and they're thinking like my cousins I have that are still that were from India like they dated they went out to bars, etc. But my parents had kind of a more traditional thinking and so even That you know and being here they also moved and they didn't know the language had to learn the systems had to figure out how to open a bank account do all of those things and they kind of kept to themselves and You Know God, help from fellow other Indians and so they didn't quite adopt the now. Now, of course there, what much more Western they understand they're totally. Supportive but when I was getting divorced, they still didn't quite understand why and it was really difficult for them to come to grips with that even though in India people get divorced like all the time. But as you saw in the show, there's still a lot of stigma judgment in all of that stuff around it too. I feel like a lot of people are just kind of pretending that. It's not a issue that you know when you get a divorce, it's kind of seen as like the end you kind of mentioned it before read in many interviews, you're just like Oh there's.

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"basra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The Broncos Basra thanks K. seven forty six right now in college his morning news the state getting a lot more PP for medical workers battling the pandemic two point five million surgical masks hundred sixteen thousand facials hundred ninety five thousand gallons governor Polish also says Colorado has gotten to a second sterilization machine machine to decontaminate N. ninety five masks so they can be reused that's great a longtime local nurses helping Coloradans continue to stay home as much as they can despite the orders being lifted statewide it is because people observe the rules regarding social distancing and did their part by wearing facial coverings as a result this has allowed the state of Colorado to slowly opened its doors nurse Laura Rosenthal says the state home order really has worked in saving lives Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot isn't planning on re opening the city for quite some time we can't send people back to work we cannot open up our own city again a yes when we don't see a decrease in the cases which we've not seen yet at all Lightfoot says she understands people's anxiety adding that some local micro businesses may not return if the city doesn't come up with a solution soon former U. N. ambassador Nikki Haley urging the trump administration to end what she calls America's economic dependence on China Haley says China not only hoarded PP before announcing the covert nineteen outbreak but also hope to profit from its monopoly on the global economy in the U. S. over ninety percent of drugs like antibiotics ibuprofen and hydrocortisone are made in China president trump weighing in on the affordable Care Act case the Supreme Court is currently hearing the trump administration is attempting to weaken obamacare contraceptive mandate which requires the employer provided health insurance plans cover birth control as a preventive service NBC news radio's mark Mayfield reporting the president says he wants to replace it all together with quote something cheaper that also covers pre existing conditions a new Democrat commissioned poll putting X. Colorado governor John Hickenlooper way ahead of incumbent Republican senator Cory Gardner in the fight for the U. S. Senate seat Colorado politics reports Keating onsite Melanson found fifty four percent so ported Hickenlooper compared to thirty six percent for senator Gardner Hickenlooper still has to beat former state house speaker Andrew Romanoff in the primary Lorena Garcia also attempted to get on that ballot Utah's annual Sundance Film Festival may have been an early hot spot in the corona virus pandemic several of those who attended the Park City festival in late January came down with an illness that had symptoms similar to covert nineteen the state epidemiologist is recommending anyone who thinks they have the virus to get the antibody tests and guess who likely had killed at nineteen weeks.

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"basra" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Leaders have agreed to shut down all European external borders for the next thirty days and is from Basra Brussels at a meeting just concluded European leaders agreed to shut down the E. U. Blox external borders for thirty days so it would not be illegal then for example to go from Germany to France that does not count but the Mediterranean the Atlantic coast all those borders around the edges of Europe would be close for thirty days and this from this country in the last hour New York mayor de Blasio says he will decide very shortly whether to implement a shelter in place order there and he's urging everybody to get ready for what I believe that decision should be made made in the next forty eight hours that is a very very difficult decision I want to emphasize that it is difficult anywhere in the United States of America it is particularly difficult in a city with such a large population so densely populated together he says it would bring substantial challenges to understated in his words and he says the city would work with the state government in New York to figure out how to implement it if it comes to that sixty four degrees on Peachtree street at three thirty one WSBT urologist Kirk Mellish has a wet is most accurate dependable forecast coming out of the metro coronavirus story in new with three thirty one of the more than two dozen confirm coronavirus cases in Cobb county turns out to be a local government leader a published report says instead of being at last Wednesday's meeting Marietta city councilwoman Cheryl Richardson was in the emergency room a ten hour visit after feeling flu like symptoms that day a Thursday visit to our doctor led to a nasal swab and the Kobe nineteen diagnosis came back positive this week the illness also caused her to miss her father's Ural over the weekend W. espys Veronica waters reporting Richardson says your doctor tells you may have to isolated home for one month when that is the latest counting the metro to declare a state of emergency this will among other things allow leaders there to limit or cancel public gatherings should they deem it necessary a couple other closures just.

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"basra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In twenty fourteen do you have that filled the air as police raided the mustard most some more skin central Basra twice police said the most had been turned into a center for recording units to join militant group al Shabaab they impounded grenades propaganda audio video disks and black flags with painted rifles associated with al Shabab more than one hundred people mostly young men were arrested mustard mostly became a crime scene and was shut down in November the idea this was an unprecedented move youth led riots soon followed forcing tenants to move out of nearby apartments hello hello community elders and regional leaders met to reform the most leadership expelling radical imams and replacing them with new moderate ones if you X. later this date how did the most back to the community after being satisfied with these reforms among the reforms was a delicate process to re integrate the radicalised youth the new man put in charge was a shabby Islam possible quickly how to be able to have to go to be able for the moment we did not use guns we prayed and used kind words the legend Moscow does engage the entire community to convince the young people to change their ways well today they have no one can say they came back by the way of the gun changes due to prayer and in case you.

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"basra" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"BBC's Ferdinand Omondi reports in twenty fourteen it does feel V. as police raided the masjid Musa mosque in central Basra twice police said the most had been turned into a center for recording units to join militant group al Shabaab they impounded grenades propaganda audio video disks and black flags with painted rifles associated with al Shabab more than one hundred people mostly young men were arrested must did most of became a crime scene and was shut down in November of that year this was an unprecedented move youth led riots soon followed forcing tenants to move out of nearby apartments hello many of the elders and regional leaders met to reform the most leadership expelling radical imams and replacing them with new moderate ones if you X. leads up the state how did the most back to the community after being satisfied with these reforms among the reforms was a delicate process to re integrate the radicalised youth the new man put in charge was a shabby Islam we'll see more quickly how to be able to okay how to go to be able for the moment we did not use guns we prayed and used kind words religion and Moscow does engage the entire community to convince the young people to change their ways well today they have no one can say they came back by the way on the ground what changes to prayer and in case you're going to be tough nobody was getting low even done.

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CEO of Dubai's DP World sees growth in Africa, India

BTV Simulcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

CEO of Dubai's DP World sees growth in Africa, India

"Either by base force operated DP world sees growth opportunities in Africa and India to be the kind of office insult and I'm a bit soleil and spoke to Bloomberg at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week because sure was a good times overruled look at the gym for example with the right policies for some policies and that's no no extension refunding double bed the competitive or port in NASA managers are wonder that as he did in two thousand and two to four four million dollars over if the I a small container for one to be open to the forced to allow for wanted to become a hub for cargo that could come from data set a minimum Basra shouldn't bring cookies how worried are you that to do politics in the Middle East was really at the forefront since January second of this year that that actually these two political concerns eclipse the trade wars this is not something permanent it is something that happens and it really get excited people want I believe that it's a three three message ID it is very important and that is why your state is negotiating because since it open market for everybody to export to unfortunately other marks and they have to be a fair thing to do that gives a fear of commitment to each other how you doing with China as part of the building of the mischief but also just in general how much investment does China want with us we have another time but just China I mean this agreement gives in my opinion a comfort as to the fate as who want to export from import will import from China knowing they could be a custom you had not the board that's a lease this card will come to general picture things getting better when and why we announced from the corner you sick **** with the supplied to in in addition and how he with an efficiency how do we utilize restricted by the airport which is very busy link probable export the from the Far East Africa Latin America what you have to be going for that we do have another decision with the course of time and we have identified that and actually one of the three those who started this whole twenty just thought that when is he origin this is a convertible today Amazon highly Bob this survivor because the differences in fact how many jobs designs actually what made the call me lose and does that go back to populism that you need to retrain you know when you talk about jobs lost in my opinion maybe jobs lost in a lower key but in higher today as it was today business we have a commission the recognition for in the past if you assume you make more money because you can have it today if you have an idea you can hear more money so the machine will do the work the

"basra" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"What's coming next time Chang Metzler fox news the demonstrations in New York City and around the country after the drone strike that took out a rainy in general because some still Amani and several militia members tens of thousands attending a funeral procession for him in Baghdad this as army major Charlie Dietz reports at least two rockets were fired into Baghdad's green zone a short time ago where the US embassy is located the embassy wasn't had D. says Iraq's Balad air base wise U. S. service members are stationed at that face US citizens have been told to leave a rock and American when workers already left the Iraqi port city of Basra the U. K. also telling its citizens to leave the US and its allies stepping up security at consulates and embassies around the world Germany also increasing security to protect Jews in their country Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed support for the strike that killed stole the money the top running in general saying they have up to thirty five different American related targets throughout the region as well as the ability to target the Israeli city of Tel Aviv all of this extremely concerning as he runs a U. N. ambassador said today that his country is prepared for a military war that he says president trump waged by killing others top Iranian general fox's trading in Jordan the response from members of Congress largely along party lines Republicans.

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"basra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Fox news demonstrations in New York City and around the country after the drone strike that took out a rainy in general because some soon will money and several militia members tens of thousands attending a funeral procession for him in Baghdad this as army major Charlie Dietz reports at least two rockets were fired into Baghdad's green zone a short time ago where the U. S. embassy is located the embassy once and had these says Iraq's Balad air base wise U. S. service members are stationed at that face US citizens have been told to leave a rock and American well workers already left the Iraqi port city of Basra the U. K. also telling its citizens to leave the US and its allies stepping up security at consulates and embassies around the world Germany also increasing security to protect Jews in their country Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed support for the strike that killed so the money the top running in general saying they have up to thirty five different American related targets throughout the region as well as the ability to target the Israeli city of Tel Aviv all of this extremely concerning as he runs are you an ambassador said today that his country is prepared for a military war that he says president trump wage by killing of this top Iranian general fox's trading in Jordan the response from members of Congress largely along party lines Republicans called the strike.

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"basra" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KQED Radio

"See these kind of supposedly grassroots groups who are you know fighting for the interests of the oil industry and if you're seeing a grassroots campaign that is defending the entrance of the most profitable multinational corporations in the world I think there's reason immediately to be suspicious now have to be an investigative journalist to have a little alarm bells go off in your head they're on the other hand there's also been talk that lobbyists for the green agenda of being propped up by support from foreign competitors in the mining industry talk that some politicians are clearly taking very seriously especially in al Basra the oil and coal capital of Canada they have a conservative government that was elected in the province of Alberta in the spring of twenty nineteen and one of their you know first orders of business wise to actually launch something called the energy war room and there's millions of dollars that are gonna be invested into this war room to basically attack environmental advocates and environments organizations doing audits and looking at their sources of funding to drum up conspiracy about what their motivations are all of this intense mutual suspicion means that real dialogue is rendered pretty much impossible the research shows that when individuals of opposing perspectives and opinions get together when they feel attacked and not heard they go into an attack position themselves and people sort of open mindedness and curiosity really shuts down in response to feeling attacked people feel listen to I heard and.

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"basra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Does the on regions on Penn's original we just rooms that we have in Iraq are not to rise because we didn't have regions rated arose because we have a corrupt foils oriented political cross the is in cahoots with each other as they want to page the country's and they simply will give up our money and power one of the top five and this is not only a fool political parties to exercise power about that for the government and politics you can be certain that the governments in the provinces are known as corrupt and power hungry an unwilling to relinquish so for example the the moms of the bus rallies for region in Basra over the last several years some of them it's always been if we had our own region we wouldn't be so poor we would be so deprived who would be like the Kurdish region that's nonsense the government the provincial government to the provincial councils infrastructure have been equally venal secretly uninterested in delivering services buster itself has received billions of dollars to the coffers of last for reconstruction they've been given authorities they haven't done anything the problem really is not a question of whether it of the region or the centralization it's a question of a political system that is not there to serve anyone with those who are in power and and and I think that we should really begin to think very carefully about this whole issue of hello to the vault how to give money to the provinces wire Tenix a certain level of accountability on those provinces which doesn't currently exist it doesn't exist in the Kurdish region and and and and and I'm not declaring any unknown any secrets when I say that they're all there is discontent in the Kurdish region again also about corruption about the fact that you know the political clause lines its own pockets before it goes into you know for the money goes into services and reconstruction someone so regionalism is not Beyonce three four thank.

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"basra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Were playing and I think we were playing in the first two races took awhile to find a back of the net but I feel like when we got a couple guys has loosened up a little bit and we were able to find the office again that we've been missing a little bit last couple games so I was good Nathan McCann and had a goal and three assists ABS snap at five game losing streak Columbus is in town tomorrow Thursday NFL raiders beat the Chargers twenty six twenty four scoring on a touchdown run or getting a touchdown run from Josh Jacobs with one or two to go in and the defense held the charges down on their final possession Broncos with the by this week players returned to practice on Monday every college football this weekend see you Stanford tomorrow but served three and six they've lost five in a row Stanford is foreign for in Basra coach Mel Tucker knows his team has to be ready to ball there for the physical football team they hang their hat on been able to run the ball stop to run just overall operation as is strictly business not a lot of French pastry a meat and potatoes outfit with a lot of really good players I just want to quibble with coach for one second as a cal guy I can verify that there is a lot of French pastry to Stanford home coming in boulder tomorrow okay we coverage starts at eleven A. M. C. issue an airforce have a bite before the square off a week from tomorrow Wyoming is six into an aunt Boise state northern Colorado host Montana state how about this number one Ohio state takes on Maryland Saturday Buckeye star defensive end chase young will not play due to a suspension he might be out for the rest of the year there's no confirmation of that from the university ESPN's cur curb street tweeted a statement from Ohio state that said young will not play quote due to a possible NC double a issue from twenty eighteen that the department of athletics is looking into end quote we'll see where all that goes sports brought to us by the law offices of Dan campus on K. away the home of the Broncos Boston right.

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"basra" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is that evolution is what those people are doing on the streets of Baghdad Basra cut about a measure of the other cities also it's thirty years since the fall of the Berlin Wall west Germans once tried to tunnel underneath it an NBC captured on film on the sign the contract and they say that they will pay them seven thousand five hundred dollars if the timeless let them fill everything like a reality show but real men with serious consequences they knew that this was an escape oppression that could kill the store is a buffer in East Berlin also everybody's a loser when it comes to the US China trade war I'm Carol hills love stories ahead on the world I'm Stuart Macintosh with the BBC news hello Democrats in the United States have released a transcript of the testimony made by the top US envoy in Ukraine to the impeachment inquiry last month it shows how the diplomat bill Taylor understood that the release of US military aid to Ukraine was conditional on its government publicly announcing an investigation into the former vice president Joe Biden the chairman of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff said the public proceedings would allow Americans to judge for themselves the strength of the evidence against Donald Trump those open hearings that will be an opportunity for the American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves to make their own determinations about the credibility of the witnesses but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct Chile's main doctors' associations has more than one hundred and eighty people have been treated for severe eye injuries caused mainly by rubber bullets fired by police during anti government protests in recent weeks Katie Watson reports according to today's medical college the number I injuries it's registered is the highest is doctors have seen anywhere in the world not even in the six year period of the Israeli Palestinian crisis to the number of similar I injuries rise above a hundred and sixty the country's human rights institute says that in less than three weeks of protests the V. nearly a hundred and fifty complaints against the police for torture that's almost as a number of complaints it's dealt with in the entire nine years since it was setup presence about him being here has promised to be no impunity if any forces of found have committed crimes Mexican officials say they've arrested three men in connection with an attack on a Mormon family in the northwest of the country nine members of the viral family three women and six children were killed in the ambush on their vehicles by gunmen the head of the Mexican security forces or Merriman does a said the murders were a result of mistaken identity by a suspected drug cartel his will ground the metal Mendoza delivered a detailed explanation of their version of events to the media involving precise timings the types of weapons used and maps of the mountainous region where the attack took place yet fool that careful conclusions the family simply going to agree with the basic thrust of the Mexican government's investigation they believe their loved ones would deliberately targeted possibly for having frequently spoken out about cartel violence and the illegal traffic of guns from the U. S. into the hands of the region's cartels a huge Brazilian oil shin which could have helped the country to turn into the world's fifth largest producer in the next decade has fallen short of the government's expectations Brazil had been hoping to raise more than twenty six billion dollars by auctioning drilling rights to for deep sea oil fields but in the end only raised seventeen billion dollars dozens of major international oil companies had signed up but only two of the four blocks received bids this is the world news from the BBC unidentified gunmen in the king of fast so have killed at least thirty seven people traveling in a convoy carrying workers for the Canadian gold mining company setma follow the regional governor said sixty other local workers were wounded it's the third deadly attack on some of his stuff in the past fifteen months the deputy leader of Britain's main opposition populate the party has announced he's stepping down from his role and will not be a candidate in next month's election Tom Watson said he would campaign for the party he'd often been at odds with close associates of the labour leader Jeremy Corbyn Mister Watson had recently faced an attempt to oust him the discovery of fossils of an ancient eight that lived in Europe twelve million years ago show that our ancestors may have walked upright on two feet much earlier than previously thought Helen breaks reports ever since Charles Darwin's day there's been much debate about how and when they're ready and sisters began to will come to the lakes did this key characteristic of being human arise from an eight much like the around at ten that lived in the trees well from a knuckle walking ancestor which spent most of the time on the ground similar to a gorilla fossils discovered last year to clay pit in southern Germany give intriguing new clues Santi say the eight ninety neediest Haddam suited to hanging in trees but human like your legs suggesting walking on two feet involved in the treetops at least twelve million years ago a hospital in northern Italy says it's had many offers to adopt a four month old baby boy with a rare incurable skin condition who's apparently been abandoned by his parents the boy has Harley Quinn it she thought causes a congenital condition which causes thicken scaly plates of skin to form separated by deep cracks they leave the patient vulnerable to infections it's not clear why his parents haven't come to collect him BBC news support for the world comes from Stanford children's health and the new bass childhood cancer center with a dedicated play space is positive pressure ventilation and physical and occupational therapy on the same floor the center can deliver the best possible care to even more patients with cancer and blood disorders I'm Carol hills this is the world spin the globe and stop it with your finger there's a good chance you'll land on a country where people are in revolt in Iraq people want change the street protests there have been violent the government said today that Iraqi forces have been ordered not to use live ammunition it's been a bloody scene in Baghdad and other cities despite it all Iraqis remain determined the world syringe a fiery has our story in the street protests happening in Baghdad and a few other cities something's happening that might not be obvious right away Iraqis from.

"basra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"basra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning yeah I know Chinese restaurant there in the center but I made three as well as maybe muscle on with any of our business and as far as out I'm not sure but I think the prospect yeah give me the that number is wild also in the process of recording it is outside of Basra by as well and once again the fire has grown to seven alarms no word what caused at the scene is going to be active for a while so do what you can to avoid the area in Natick James row hasta UBC Boston's newsradio all right James it's now five thirty mon will a man who was pulled from the water in Swansea has died so all took place last night around six official saying they received the nine one one call for person in distress a friend along side three bystanders were able to pull him out of the water he died a short time later at Charlton Memorial Hospital his identity has not been released back to school not far off and maybe some of you have been going through that financial stress of how to pay for college but an analysis from the bureau of labor statistics suggesting the colleges and only play the government numbers show the median annual wage for all jobs in the U. S. is just under forty grand right now and they're many jobs out there that require only a high school diploma that actually pay more than double that on average if you do choose a college road shoes they major wisely as almost all of the twenty five highest paying majors are in science and engineering most of the lowest paying majors are also in education at five thirty two it was an up and down we can for the red Sox at Camden yards.

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"basra" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"basra" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"How how he does it in my early week projections that new Friday would be a down day. So I set up my line of all the other six speaking of Tristan, I put in order on Tristan's tone Donut and t shirt and poor. And I'm still waiting to get that tracking number somebody out of picture of it. Yes. I got a retreat that out right now. We're pretty funny. Yeah. Columnists that I heard about how we got there. But I don't get anywhere on this show. I don't know. I'm sorry to everybody who's orders. I'm behind on. I'll get them out today. About Dopp reading the questions and not knowing the players and now, that's what it was. Yeah. My slogan donuts extra late extra lazy? Kyle next time releasing mister show. I want you to put in a question of player who retired forty years. Do it. Don't do it. Who you listen to MIR him think we'll see next. Like as blade, but is Blake Wheeler so high. Yeah, he's Winnipeg. But I'm just gonna combine names. Sure. Yeah. That's fair. Rusty Wallace is coming out of the bullpen. I'll tell you what he's the new Atlantic. Closer. This kind of moss. Well this hot streak keep up. I don't know why we're getting silly. But that means it's time to go. I'm lunch. Thank you so much for listening to our little show. We really do appreciate it. We should be back on Mondays long as none of the bosses are listening, by the way on Thursdays. Baseball tonight, Basra talks to Keith law about the fracas between the White Sox and the royals plus CCC bath stops by talk about the Yankees writing the ship against the struggling champs. Find it wherever you get your podcasts that offer today for Kyle and his tongue for Daniel and his hats and for Tristan and his new fantasy emporium. I am Eric please have an awesome weekend. And happy. Doughnuts. I never remember what your emporium is. That's why can't say t shirts donuts. T-shirt emporium.

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"basra" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"basra" Discussed on Exponent

"I'm the one that's responsible to me that fits very much sort of the framework that I put forward show backing up to my employ like one of the reasons that I wanted to work he was because it was so principled. And so thoughtful on some of these issues, and like the roles and responsibilities that infrastructure plays have in terms of regulating things, and when they should be stepping in. And when they shouldn't we should linked to some of the stuff that's been written by some of the policy folks, because it's really really thoughtful about how regulation works at least the pot of the stack that way rest in. We were talking about these before you sent them. And there's this one piece you would hear that's sort of very sort of like tactical? It's like here's the services we have. And here's what we think about each of them. But I really like it because I think this fits was on talked about you, basically like, oh for your CDN service or your domain service, which all they are is just shuffling bits around. Like, there's no ownership there. And there's no way even if you wanted to for cloud for to reach in do content beyond just like blocking entire sites or dismissing entire siphon the internet. That's not the place to sort of enforce these sort of things, but you also have a service that actually does host files. Right. If you're actually hosting the file then discussion these different is slightly different. If you were user facing if you're posting something directly on the site. It's different still. And I think that distinction about who's actually moving bits versus like who's actually hosting it. It's a good distinction. It's finally done the we'll absolutely to the show notes, and it's pretty dry, but it's worth a read because you can see this sort of the depth of thinking that went into these line should be drawn the I mean and things like the like regulators and not just regulators like folks who a little bit less well intentioned. So if you're looking to censor like you'd love to get your hands on DNS because that's the way that you can do some pretty blunt blocking at a very critical level of the technical stack. And so thinking about how these cases and if you're a. Of the internet in a less. Regulated place. All this stuff, just walks in the background. But being thoughtful about the approach is really important. Now, you said how it speaks to the distinction between how you regulate us effacing stuff, and how you regulate the infrastructure and again going back to my previous metaphors the way that you regulate a paper company whole who gets access to paper should be very different than the approach you take to regulating newspaper, and that's kind of the distinction. I would draw between having a website, which is giving somebody the ability to write on paper and hand out pamphlets. This is something more like Facebook YouTube where their editorial and prioritization decisions that are going on often algorithm Mickley driven that have an audience of billions and understanding that you want to take a different approach to regulating those different. Things is absolutely essential in this conversation. That's exactly right. So I want to get back to the point that we started on. I was gonna talk about this or the infrastructure. Distinction later in the podcast, but we sort of got to it naturally. So let's set that aside. So we've covered that. So the question now is sort of like higher up on the stack where things are hosted in. Again, I'm gonna use myself as a contrast will let's compare me sitting on w engine sitting on compared to say a YouTube or Facebook sort of thing I think there is a useful distinction to make here as well. So let's back up. Big picture. Regulation has concerning sort of knock on facts, we would prefer to have sort of a market based mechanism to sort of inhibit bad behavior because that prevents us some sort of foreclosing future opportunities things that can be done, etc. Etc. At the same time. There are situations. When market failure occurs. Emmerick affair could be deadweight loss in do more Basra monopoly and things like that. Or it could be sort of externalised costs on society that are born in ought to be borne by sort of partisan questions..

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"basra" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"basra" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Number seventeen this week on iheartradio countdown. Do aletha swansong whatever it's Gioja on the radio. George Ezra hanging out, George. You're you've been on the road of ton. You all over as we take this countdown. You probably on the road somewhere else. Who knows gimme a crazy road story crazy road story. I'll tell you right now who has had the best road stories. It's a guy that's a fan of yours, and you're probably fan him header in the guise of one one Republican amazing you here, they seem like conservative chill dudes. Would you do to the wildest stuff? I've part of them for years. They have a septic tank breaks tour the band member in another country. I would say as a rule of thumb if you're listening to these anyone that you would assume has a KOMO lifestyle a multi embed before ten pm anyone that you think is quite as quite vanilla quite safe beggar losing their mind. What you're saying? So I'm trying to think of a story one that springs to mind, somebody gave us to jaws of unlabeled moonshine. And do we you know, we wouldn't drink alcohol stranger with giving us especially unlabeled moonshine in like in a I'm picturing like an old as jar huge jaws absolutely tool. Basra second and no one touched it one night. And I don't know why we were crossing the border into Canada. And we just finished the two jaws completely. And we were kind of you know, when like after a few drinks, you're kind of tolerance goes up, and you're you're kind of unaware of what you're doing. And then we did the border control. And we and you know, like schoolboys thereabouts being trobisch Australia. I'm gonna get through. Us lined up. Rosy cheeks. You know, when you wake up the next day feeling great. And it's all just because you're you're drunk when you went to bed and it lasted. Luckily, the next day was a day off. I would never do this debate before. Yeah. That was that one that's one that stands out. I'm fairly sure that was the night. That is an embarrassment. He ran into a lamppost. And we got quite an important TV appearance. The next week. Off his head and open to the whole story is don't drink something that somebody. As a rule if someone that you don't know gives you an alcoholic..

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Sri Lanka's president reinstates prime minister he sacked

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Sri Lanka's president reinstates prime minister he sacked

"And the Japanese city who has released a map of a hundred hot spas or Anson, which will welcome tourists with tattoos during next year's rugby World Cup tattoos have become widespread in the western part of traditional culture in countries such as New Zealand who will be taking part, but in Japan there associated with Uku organized crime gangs and many bonds prohibit people with tattoos from entering Beppu describes itself as the onset capital of Japan. And that's the latest BBC news. This is from our own correspondent here on the BBC World Service. I'm PASCAL harder. Hello and welcome to the program that takes you to places others. Just don't reach in this edition. We've visit an elegant well established face of Catalan politics now behind bars and facing charges of rebellion. We also take a trip on a wooden canoe to see how the Democratic Republic of Congo is preparing for elections next weekend and for some lighthearted fun. We'll go axe throwing in Canada. Larry, apparently, it's a thing sweeping the nation. But our first stop is Iraq to meet some extraordinary women. There have been protests in Iraq recently calling on perpetrators of violence against women to be punished and calling for the state to create the conditions in which women can go about their lives without fear. This is partly as a result of some recent high profile killings. An Iraqi social media star was murdered by men on motorbikes in broad daylight in the center of Baghdad a female human rights activists was shot dead in Basra. But it's also in protest at scores of Iraqi women being murdered every month the justification that they were being immoral disobeying. Their husbands all bringing disgrace to their families shaima halio met some women willing to risk their own lives to protect other women and girls from this violence Doma is one of Iraq's most famous dishes. It's also one of my favorites. It reminds me. Of the stuffed vegetables. I eat back home in Egypt where I grew up, but it's much spicier Bessemer is a bit of an expert on Doma and during the last seven years, she's taken to cooking as a hobby, and as a coping mechanism takes my mind off things she tells me as she peels the onions, all my fear, my anxiety, my sadness. I turn this energy into cooking. Vessel lives with seven other women in a big modestly. Furnished home in a quite Baghdad neighborhood. Some of them are helping in the kitchen cutting vegetables, and washing rice, others, sit in a corner sorting beads to make bracelets necklaces a couple of children are running around. But this busy household filled with noise and laughter and the smell of home cooked meals is also a secret shelter for women who've survived domestic abuse. You're not Mohammed has agreed to show me around. But only after a lot of negotiation. She's the president of the organization of. Women's freedom in Iraq, an NGO which runs ten underground shelters. Only my producer a woman, of course, an I are allowed to visit. And we have to change cars on route to avoid being followed. The government refuses to give the shelters official status and can read them any time if they find them, but that's not the only threat in our in her organization face we shelter women from honor killing from trafficking and from abusive families. She tells me the shelters have to be secret because the abusers will follow the women and tried to kidnap them from us or even kill them. When I asked Basma why she's here her mood changes. And she tilts her head down. I was thirteen playing in the streets. When he took me dress me up and told me I was going to another house to get married. She says, I didn't know what was happening. I thought we were just visiting someone that I would come home the next day for the next three years. Best male was repeat. Tiddly abused by the man, she was forced to marry and by his family, then her story gets even more horrendous and surreal a man spotted her in the market one day and kidnapped her he said he was in love with me. And he was going to take me away from my husband's family. She says looking at the floor fidgeting with her bracelet. But her kidnappers father refused to keep her and best male was sent far away to a brothel in Iraqi Kurdistan. When I realized what was happening. I beg the women there to spare me she says. I couldn't do what they were asking me to do. I told them L beg on the streets. But not this. They let her go best managed to get a job in a cafe nearby. And after a few months, it's owner helped her get back to back debt to her family to safety or so she thought they said I had dishonoured them because I'd left my husband, and they didn't know what the other man had done with me. That's my says, I was just there. Waiting listening to their conversations about my fate. Even when I fought. My father's soften a little the men from our tribe would pressure him and say you have to kill her. It's the only way so one day with the help of a friend. I ran away. She says she was only sixteen seven years on best must still in hiding. But she now runs the shelter. She calls home. Yes. Of course. I get scared. She admits we're on the same boat here. That's why I helped them I have to protect them. You're not Mohammed tells me that across Iraq are fifty two women living in the NGOs shelters just a tiny fraction of those in need of help. She looks at her phone and shows me a message from a woman in muscle. If you don't get here soon. It says I'll be dead despite the challenges are remains optimistic and is proud of the women. She's helped many of whom have gone on to help other victims of violence, but best Ma is less. Hopeful she tells me she's come a long way she's married with two young daughters. I fear for them every single day. I don't want them to go through what I went through. All I wanted was to normal child. I asked about her girls futures. My biggest hope is that they leave. She says that they grow up outside Iraq. Only. Then will I feel that they're safe shaima halio next to the Democratic Republic of Congo? If you're Congolese the democratic base is sort of a joke. That's never been very funny and all the Congolese people I've known have tended to be pretty eager to laugh about most things Congo has a history of political strongman and multi-player wars next weekend. Though elections are due to be held Congo is also a vast country crisscrossed by rivers rather than roads with forty million voters living widely dispersed. So how'd you manage an election under those circumstances? Our correspondent Louise west has been following one man's determined voyage to bring democracy to his people a father and son paddling wooden canoe carrying a large black box as they pushed through the rainforest the some stops to take care of his father. Other next to that Congo an electronic voting machine. It's come all the way from South Korea. The man who works for the electoral commission is taking it to isolate villages to demonstrate how it works. The machines are supposed to make voting cheaper and quicker. But critics say they're vulnerable to vote rigging and worry about the congress on reliable power supply this journey along. The river is testament the challenge of organizing elections in this impenetrable landscape and in a country practically the size of western Europe. I was curious to find out more about Uber by Dan, his mission tracking down his phone number his colleagues from the electoral commission warned me, not sure you'll be able to get him reception is very poor over there. He's based thousands of kilometers from the capital Kinshasa where I am you there. Bindi is a forty seven year old computer engineer. He lives in Vasan Kusa at the conference of the Lapore and marine rivers to have the congress tributaries. It's the last. Sports before the wilderness of the Lapore base and the town has a traumatic history during colonial times, it was one of the first trading post where locals with forced into the brutal Robert trade down a Fonzie phone line tells me the story behind the photo I had managed to get a place on a boat belonging to friends of the bonobos. It's a local conservation group here trying to protect endangered apes. They were also heading to combat low. So they agreed to take my son and me, but when we ride the boat was already full, you bet laughs. You know, our geography makes it very difficult to reach voters. So we have to adopt to find solutions they pay to local fishermen ten thousand Congolese francs around six US dollars to bar. His canoe nearly three times the average daily income.

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Security forces deploy in Iraq's Basra following violence

Snap Judgment

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Security forces deploy in Iraq's Basra following violence

"The Iraqi government is trying to restore order in the southern city of Basra NPR's. Jane Arraf reports security officials have imposed a new curfew on the city the day. After protesters stormed and set fire to the Iranian consulate Basra's international airport said rockets were fired at the airport compound, which is close to the US consulate. They said there were no casualties and the airport was still operating the US embassy in Baghdad said, it would not comment on the attack prime minister hydro about who's struggling to keep his post in a new government being formed fired. The Basra security commander and appointed a new one protesters have been demanding jobs basic public services and an end to Iranian control of militias and political parties in

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Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

Investing Sense

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

"That's the reality. Swedish government says the usual weight is more like an hour, though that still longer than most Europeans are used to that the issue that comes up more often than any other in this crowd is crime few people. Here seem to have been personally affected by violence, but many describe feeling unsafe or something happens your call to police. You don't have a chance to police coming. Attack. It's not safe. I live on the countryside crime statistics are tricky Sweden by almost any measure is an extremely safe country. But the overall rate of crime has been slowly rising for more than twenty years gang violence is a real problem in some neighborhoods, and there's been a recent increase in cases of sexual assault, though, that may be partly due to changes in

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President Trump, President and President discussed on Phill Kross

Phill Kross

00:15 sec | 4 years ago

President Trump, President and President discussed on Phill Kross

"Violent. Protests are reported in Iraq against Iran's influence in the country and corruption and public poor public services. The Iranian embassy in Basra stormed and set ablaze suspected Russian-Made rockets were fired at an airport in Basra, but it did not disrupt

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Iraqi protesters set fire to provincial government building

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 4 years ago

Iraqi protesters set fire to provincial government building

"In the Iraqi city of bonds, another protester was reported killed and dozens were injured. In clashes with security, forces demonstrators, demanding jobs and public services, also set fire to a main government building NPR's. Jane Arraf has details. Witnesses say protesters set fire to the provincial government building in Basra and blocked the entrance to Iraq's main port security forces have tried to disperse the crowds firing live ammunition Iraq's prime minister, flew to Basra and ordered an investigation after several protesters were killed earlier this week port officials said the demonstrations blocked, the main entrance to the port of cluster and set up roadblocks on the highway from Basra to Baghdad. The protests have continued all summer in second. Biggest city they're demanding steady electricity, clean water and John's Jane

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NPR, New York Times and Israel discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:42 sec | 4 years ago

NPR, New York Times and Israel discussed on Morning Edition

"Demonstrators. Is demanding jobs and public services also set fire to a main government building NPR's? Jane Arraf has details. Witnesses say protesters set fire to the provincial government building in Basra and blocked the entrance to Iraq's main port security forces have tried to disperse the crowds firing lie them munition Iraq's prime minister, flew to Basra and ordered an investigation after several protesters were killed earlier this week port officials said the demonstrations blocked, the main entrance to the port of Kassir and set up roadblocks on the highway from Basra to Baghdad. The protests have continued all summer in Iraq's second biggest city demanding steady electricity, clean water and

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Noel King, Iraqi Government and Basra discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 4 years ago

Noel King, Iraqi Government and Basra discussed on Morning Edition

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm david greene let's turn now to iraq the most widespread widespread protests since two thousand three are sweeping through the southern part of the country right now demonstrators have been gathering for a week they're demanding jobs also better services and in response to this the iraqi government has sent army and counterterrorism troops and bears dana raff has been monitoring these protests and she joins us from amman jordan hygiene hi david so why are these protests happening and and what is the timing of them here well first of all is this morning in basra it's a hundred and fifteen degrees temperatures rising it is hot and so imagine you're sitting in that degree temperature and you turn on the tap and all you get a salty water and then the electricity goes out and they've been dealing with this for fifteen years since the us invaded iraq and promise them better lives and they just haven't got it so they've been demonstrating.

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Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 4 years ago

Protests in southern Iraq to demand better services, jobs

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Klein, thousands of demonstrators have been marching an anti-trump demonstration in Edinburgh, Scotland, NPR's Allah's Fordham reports. Today's protest was held as the president played golf at a Trump resort on the country's west coast. Demonstrators marching through roads, close to the occasions that they were marching because they objected to Trump's immigration policies and to what they saw as sexism. Several said that they were worried that Trump along with right wing politicians in Europe was part of a reemergence of fascism and on Friday night, his golf course, which was heavily protected by police. A paraglider flew into the no fly zone over the resort with a Greenpeace protest banner. Alice, Fordham NPR news, borough President Trump is blaming former President Obama for not doing enough to stop Russian hacking of democratic targets in the 2016 election. Today's tweet comes after yesterday's indictment of twelve Russian military intelligence officers for hacking officials in Maryland, are asking for federal help in securing its election system. After learning that a Russian-backed firm owns the servers where the state stores voter, registration, and other. Election related information. Rachel bay of member station w. y. p. r. reports Maryland's contract with the local web hosting firm began in two thousand fourteen. The next year. The company was purchased by bite grid LLC whose largest investor is a Russian oligarch named Vladimir Potanin officials say, there are no signs of data breach still state Senate president. Mike Miller says they are taking every precaution to maintain voter confidence in the state's election system. At our door when they invest in our election process officials are looking into whether they can break the contract governor. Larry HOGAN has also asked the department of homeland security to help audit the data for NPR news. I'm Rachel bay protests in Iraq or spreading to more cities as they continue. I six day demonstrators are angry about a lack of jobs in public services. NPR's Jane Arraf reports Baghdad is intensifying security. Iraqi government has sent more security forces. So after protesters shut down the airport blocked roads and attacked the offices of political parties, protesters demanding jobs, electricity and other services shut down the international airport in the city of Natia Friday, a reopened again. But in airport officials said the demonstrators damaged, the passenger terminal, according to state TV, counterterrorism troops were deployed to the coastal city of Basra to protect oil and government facilities. The government also. Ordered internet providers to cut service to most of the country to keep protestors from organizing Jane Arraf, NPR news, Amman Jordan. This is NPR. The Israeli military says, it's carried out the biggest round of daytime, air strikes on Palestinian militant targets in Gaza since a war there four years ago as militants fire mortar bombs and rockets into Israel officials in Gaza, say to Palestinian teens were killed. Violent unrest continues today in Nicaragua months of clashes between pro government forces and protesters have left hundreds dead, Maria Martin reports a Civic Alliance today, orchestrated demonstrations in Nicaragua's capital on Thursday, the remarks throughout the country. Then on Friday, a national strike which nearly paralysed economic activity today an anti-government caravan is protesting in the capital. But while president or biggest said, there would be no more violence. His supporters attacks students sitting in at the National University in Managua late Friday meeting several. This young woman begged her mother to forgive her for protesting. I came to save my country. She said, press reports, say, the halo bullets was so heavy. It was hard to take it to the hospital. International groups are calling for an end to the violence for NPR news Amadiyah Martin, a small settlement on the west coast of Greenland is being threatened by three hundred thirty foot high iceberg that broke off from glacier. The iceberg has cracks and holes prompting fears. It'll break apart and causes soon NAMI if it does some residents near the shore of been told to evacuate to higher ground. I'm Barbara Klein, NPR news.

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Erdogan proclaimed winner of Turkey's presidential election

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03:43 min | 4 years ago

Erdogan proclaimed winner of Turkey's presidential election

"Sounds of celebrations even if you don't know what they're saying they are celebrating the victory for prison type ed one decisive victory against the hopes of the opposition in national elections both presidential and parliamentary this is what the man himself said when accepting victory missile goose shaky one small our country have actually approved in this election how strongly we are actually attached to the democracy we have in our country in the comments moms news to democracy we have in our country will be strengthened dot and i just want to remind everybody in the past sixteen years we had to deal with military june political and economic difficulties big personal vote he's taking that as absolutely dashing the hopes of the opposition who rang ran as you'll hear a strong campaign against him standing by the banks of the bus basra's in istanbul is selling garrett our correspondent in turkey present are don after last night's is becoming ever more powerful figure in turkish politics not only is lengthening his sixteen year grip on power but he is also guessing these sweeping executive powers as well turkish presidency was once a largely ceremonial role but that changed after the constitutional referendum dodge turkish voters narrow the approved last year he will be able to appoint his own cabinet he will be able to appoint even senior judges he will be able to issue decrees with the force of law and parliament will have weakened right so what's actually going to do with bearing remind his policies up until now thinking particularly about foreign policy and so on what's he going to do with this victory president tie if i don has said at the victory speech that he gave last night that this result would give him the mandate to take on the terrorist organizations as he takes will bear in mind in turkey we have seen a crackdown on lawyers or judges on civil servants on journalists under a state of emergency that was declared after the failed coup attempt two years ago nausea position asks whether the crackdown will continue and they also ask whether the state of emergency will be lifted now because that was one pledge mr don was kind of forced to promise during his campaign and of course there's this question hall is mr victory going to be perceived in the west house european union going to react i was nato peration going to be affected because miss don recently was the securing alliances with russia security in iraq and syria hall dot going to be affected control of immigration flows how is that going to be affected these are all questions in the minds of people watching turkey and opposition will be scrutinizing closely let's talk about the opposition eighty seven percent turnout it's a really big voters well and yet they're saying he won but it wasn't a fair race is that a justifiable comment from the opposition well many people in turkey would actually share that concern because for instance state broadcaster gave news coverage of president our doors speeches for one hundred and fifty plus hours however they gave.

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Hundreds protest in Iraq against U.S. airstrikes on Syria

Morning Edition

01:11 min | 4 years ago

Hundreds protest in Iraq against U.S. airstrikes on Syria

"Nineteen ninety nine movie boys don't cry this is morning edition from npr news i'm noel king and i'm rachel martin the us led airstrikes in syria are having a perhaps unexpected fact in iraq demonstrators gathered yesterday across that country to protest the air strikes the iraqi government calls the strikes on suspected chemical weapons sites near damascus a dangerous escalation of this conflict npr's jane arraf is in baghdad and joins us now jayne good morning good morning rachel explain why a rockies would be protesting us action in a different country in syria well a couple of reasons one is syria is their neighbor and they're affected by everything that goes on there but the other one really is that in all of this they see some disturbing echoes of the us military action in iraq so these demonstrations were called by up to the center who's an influential shia cleric and he's best known in the us is leading the mattie army which fought us forces after saddam toppled but he's now pinned himself as iraqi nationalist and he called for these demonstrations yesterday in baghdad and basra to protest against those strikes.

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