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"On with a helping hand from Turkey have a government of national chord in Libya repulsed On offensive to take control of the country's capital, Matthew Kenyon will be here with the sport. Andrew Wood will have the business news that's Newsday. We continue after the latest World News, stay with us. Color our meal Nunes with the BBC News. The Australian states of Victoria and New South Wales, two of the country's most populous are shutting their joint border to contain a resurgence of Corona virus infections in Victoria. It's the first border closures since the Spanish flu pandemic a century ago. Officials in the Victorian capital Melbourne have placed nine public housing estates with 3000 residents in lock down. This man's mother is one of them. There is no consideration for a ll the people people that like our mother, who's about 75 years. Of H in.
Donald Trump denounces 'merciless campaign to wipe out our history'
"President Trump has used a speech celebrating Independence Day to condemn what he called a merciless campaign to wipe out America's history under famous heroes. Thousands of people attended the event, with few wearing masks despite the raging Corona virus pandemic. David Willis is in Los Angeles. In a fiery speech, Donald Trump sought to draw a stark contrast between himself and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden going into November's presidential election. In the shadow of a monument depicting four former presidents. He took issue with recent instances of lawlessness and branded protests about police brutality and racial injustice. The product of what he called a left wing cultural revolution. He went on to condemn angry mobs that by toppling the statues of Confederate leaders were seeking to in his words eradicate the nation's
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"A dark ation is medication. Of course on we kind of have access to her. Yes, we understand 19 but not this right. This restrictions on just look down could be better than this. British museums galleries unfit as getting almost $2 billion to help them overcome the crippling consequences off the Corona virus pandemic promised. Boris Johnson said the culture industry was Britain's beating heart and the money would safeguard it for future generations. His will Gump it's Theatre's music venues, cinemas and museums across the country have been brought to their knees by the covered 19 pandemic, with many saying they'll be bankrupt within weeks without emergency government support. Many arts leaders say they can now see away for their organizations to survive at least until the spring. The government has not specified how the money will be divided between competing art forms or regions. Nor have the application process will work. South Korean court has denied an extradition request by the intelligence states for a man who ran one of the world's largest known child pornography websites. Authorities tracked son drew long down, along with more than 300 all the connected people in a number of countries. Laura Vicar reports from so sun Jeong Woo was revealed as the operator off the welcome to video site a covert online den for people who treated in clips of Children being sexually assaulted. He was tried in South Korea and sentenced to 18 months in prison. After his release in April. He was taken back into custody after the warrant was issued for potential U. S extradition, But the High court in Seoul has decided that having him in the country would be helpful to try to fight this type of crime. Campaigners had urged the court to send him to the US with its believed the punishment for child pornography crimes is far tougher than in South Korea. Saudi Arabia has published a raft of Corona virus safety regulations for the severely curtailed numbers of pilgrims allowed to attend this year's hajj. Significantly touching the Kaaba, the holiest site in Islam will be banned. Pilgrims will be required to maintain social distancing and face masks will be compulsory World news from the BBC People in southwestern Japan are bracing for more torrential rain after a weekend of flooding that left at least 37 people dead. Areas around the city of Kumamoto received record rainfall in Saturday, causing landslides and rivers to burst their banks. 14 off the dead were elderly residents off a care home. The flood waters have begun to recede. The future off the open skies treaty will be discussed. It especially convened a conference in Vienna today. The agreement, which came into force in 1992 allows short notice overflights off Mohr than 30 countries to monitor military activity. More from our diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus. There's no sign of a U S change of heart. So the question now is, Can the open skies agreement survive in the absence of the Americans? Washington's NATO allies, most of whom do not have access to sophisticated intelligence satellites share Washington's concerns about Russia's behavior but want the agreement continue. Moscow denies that its been limiting surveillance fights over its enclave of Kaliningrad on parts of Georgia. It's insisting that if the treaties to continue, then it will require guarantees that America's allies will not share surveillance data with Washington. Operation's prime minister, Andrei Plane convictions celebrated his governing sent to Wright HD, said parties strong performance in Sunday's parliamentary elections. He told jubilant supporters that voters had opted for experience. The HD said easily won the most seats but failed to win an outright majority. From today. Britain is imposing sanctions independently on dozens of individuals accused of human rights abuses around the world. The first list is expected to include Russian Saudis at North Koreans. Until now, Britain has always almost always impose sanctions collectively under the auspices off the Yuen or the U. Baby seniors. Thanks for the latest on this is new ST Lawrence and Claire. If you stay tuned, we hope to be talking to one of the residents of covert towers. It's one of the high rise apartment blocks in Melbourne at the center of a local locked down. Also the child pornography kingpin being released from prison in South Korea not being extradited to the U. S. We hear the reasons Behind that, and also as books are removed for being suspicious in Hong Kong. We speak to a pro democracy protester who has left the city that he calls home. He'll be joining us in about 10 minutes time. All that coming up plus the sport and the business That's Newsday. But not since the Spanish flu pandemic of over 100 years.
French government resigns as Macron acts to recast presidency
"Political maneuvering in France as President Emmanuel macron looks to put years of economic upheaval behind him live from London. This is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World. Service, Victoria Craig Good Morning French Prime Minister Edward Felipe and his government resigned this morning after speculation president. macron was planning a reshuffle with two years left of his term. It comes after disappointing. Local election results from the President's Party last weekend years of yellow vest protests over. Over economic inequality in the country and months of hardship, as the country battled the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC's Lucy Williamson has more from Paris the statement from the Elysee Palace. This morning was very brief. It gave absolutely no details. No context what's behind this reshuffle. Did he jump? Was He pushed? What's really going on in the corridors of Power Emmanuel? macron has said he wants to re imagine the presidency. He wants to set a new. New Course he wants to mark the Post Covid era in France. He does have a tough road ahead. He came in with very sets ideas about what was wrong with France how to fix it how to reform it. It's been a couple of years of almost constant protests and upheaval in France because of those reforms, and because of his determination to push through and the corona virus epidemic has left France with a greatest sense of. Of Inequality, so in eastern signal that he's now in a new phase corona viruses behind them the worst of the corona virus epidemic Baker. Hope is behind them, and he's setting out a fresh stool, but I don't think his core ideas have changed, and I think he's going to run up against the same opposition. You did before
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"From NPR news. I'm nor Rahm Ah, lawyer for the family of Army specialist finesse again says the Army has positively remember we've identified remains. Found last week in Texas as a Rachel Ozer Lynley from member station, Koray reports he and went missing from Fort Hood more than two months ago. In a statement, the family's lawyer says the army confirmed that the bones, hair and other remains found belonged to Vanessa again. He and had been missing since April 22nd. Investigators say a male suspect in the case specialist Aaron David Robinson, killed her with a hammer and recruited another woman, Cecil regular, to help him mutilate and hide the body. Robinson shot and killed himself Wednesday as he was being approached by law enforcement. Angular is in custody, charged with conspiracy to tamper with evidence. Gins family says that Robinson was sexually harassing her, but she was too scared of repercussions to report him. Are now pushing for legislation that would change the way military personnel report. Sexual assault and harassment. For NPR news. I'm Rachel Ozer Lindley. A serious drought has taken hold across much of the mountain West. Carly Hi uncles of member station. Kunc has more. More than 90% of Utah and more than 80% of Nevada and Colorado are experiencing some level of drought and the U. S. Drought Monitor says there are abnormally dry conditions. The U. S Department of Agriculture has designated 21 Colorado counties as natural disaster areas. And Colorado Governor Jared Pulis recently activated Colorado's drought task force, which will begin working to recommend mitigation measures. Carney Hucles reporting. Scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the US added another 50,000 new cases of Corona virus Sunday. The U. S has more cases than anywhere else in the world more than 2.8 million. Some of the greatest increases are taking place in the southern and Western U. S, including Florida, Texas and Arizona. Arizona now has the highest rate of new cases per capita in the country. Two Americans have been charged by Canadian authorities for breaking Canada's Cove in 19 quarantine rules, then carbon chuck reports. The two were apparently spotted numerous times in a northern Ontario town. Police in the rainy river district, which runs along the U. S. Canada border near Minnesota, say the couple, a 66 year old man and a 65 year old woman, entered Canada more than 10 days ago. They were told by border officials to drive directly to their Canadian destination and isolate for 14 days, But police say both failed to comply and we're seeing making stops in the town of Fort Francis each has been fined $1000. The Canada U. S border's been closed for more than three months to all non essential travel. There is an exemption that allows Americans to travel through Canada to reach Alaska. But officials are concerned that some Americans are using this as a loophole to get into Canada and stay there. For NPR news. I'm Dan Carpet Chuck in Toronto. This is NPR. The first ever Mars mission from the United Arab Emirates is scheduled for launch later this month. As NPR's Joe Palka reports the probe is designed to orbit Mars and study the planet's weather. The primary goal of the Emirates Mars mission known his hope is to understand how the weather changes over the course of a year and how the Martian atmosphere interacts with the energetic particles coming from the sun. The probe will have an elliptical orbit that will take it over the entire planet surface about once per week. Launch is scheduled for July 14th Onboard a Japanese Mitsu Bishi H two, a rocket the trip tomorrow's will take about 200 days, and the mission is intended to last one Martian year, which translates to approximately two earth years. Joe Palka. NPR NEWS Iranian officials are confirming a building damaged by fire last week at an underground nuclear site was a new centrifuge assembly center. Iran previously had called the blaze on incident that affected an industrial shed. A spokesman for Iran's nuclear agency says the center was not yet operating at full capacity. Iran maintains its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. Early results suggest the ruling center right party in Croatia is on track to win parliamentary elections. And will hold a majority over its nearest competitor of the Social Democrats. A new government will have its challenges. Although Croatia has reported a relatively small number of cove in 19 cases, the number of infections has accelerated in the past two weeks and the economy is struggling. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation Commemorating Fred Cooper by supporting public radio programming that highlights issues including diversity, racism, equality, anti Semitism and sexism. And the N E. E. Casey Foundation. On a very warm welcome. Uh, this is Newsday with Lawrence on Claire will be in Australia in just a moment with the latest on a major development in the fight against Corona virus also take you to India, dealing with a surge in cases and a surgeon flood levels as well. And also how you fare if you catch the virus while you're being treated for HIV on what's happening with medical research into things like HIV when there is thie destruction. I suppose it is of another virus. We've got the business on the way as well with Andrew Wood on DH Matthew Kenyon will be here. Rounding up the latest sport from the weekend for us, so let's get going last Tuesday. I said that's not in Australia..
20 Khashoggi murder suspects on trial in Turkey in absentia
"A court in Turkey has begun the trial in absentia off 20 Saudi Arabian nationals accused of the murder of the Saudi journalists. Jamal Khashoggi. A vocal critic of Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago. The BBC Shoddy Alka chief, is there You're in Turkey. There's two ideas. The 1st 1 thinking that this is a simple IQ trial coming when there is no more evidence, and those whose child in this case is not in Turkey, and the body ofthe German did not found yet, but the other part looking for it as a political trials, where the relationship between Riyadh on Ankara is very bad, and also they think that maybe Turkey needs to send a message. To Saudi Arabia. Maybe this will push this case forward and push for Arial toe cooperate in the investigation.
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"Activists have been allowed to paint it, police say. An hour later, someone came along and painted over it, resident Tatiana Ray says. This shows lack of tolerance. I think that this is an indication of How much power Wait Kamisiyah actually, because the fact that even having something on the street for one hour they couldn't tolerate that, she said she and others were able to repair it. Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say more than 50,000 new cases of covert 19 were reported Sunday in the US Bringing the total number to more than 2.8 million. The fastest growing growth is in Sunbelt states, including Arizona, Texas and Florida at land, his transit authority says it will hand out Two million disposable mess that is rail and bus stations. Lily Oppenheimer from member station W reports. A mask giveaway comes last week, Georgia public health officials confirmed 3000 new covert 19 cases in one day. Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, or Marta says workers will start handing out the masks between 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. On weekdays that may expand two nights and weekends based on demand. The CDC continues to recommend masks be worn in public areas to reduce the spread of the Corona virus. Georgia was one of the first states to reopen its economy and governor Brian Temp has declined to issue stricter rules or require face masks in public. Nearly 3000 Georgians have died from the virus for NPR news. I'm Lily Oppenheimer in Atlanta. This is NPR. Police in Chicago say At least 13 people were killed in gun violence over the Independence Day weekend. At least 59 others were wounded. Among the dead was a seven year old girl killed while standing in front of her grandmother's house. During 1/4 of July. Party Children were also shot to death in attacks over the weekend in Atlanta, San Francisco and Washington, D C. Federal energy regulators may soon decide whether to take over dozens of state programs that help the residential solar industry grow quickly in recent years. NPR's Jeff Brady reports. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, is considering a request to take over NetMeeting programs. Most states now have NetMeeting reduces the cost of solar panels because every kilowatt a homeowner produces that they don't use The local utility has to buy it. Retail rates critics a reimbursement should be at wholesale rates, they argue poor ratepayers end up subsidizing wealthier ones who are more likely to install solar panels. Solar backers say a change would upset two decades of regulatory history and hurt the residential solar industry. The FERC recently finished collecting public comments. There's no timeline for a decision. Jeff Brady. NPR NEWS The National Hurricane Center is tracking Tropical Storm Eduard, which formed in the far North Atlantic Sunday night. It is not expected to pose.
Trump administration has no regrets about reopening push; Texas Gov. Greg Abbott mandates face masks in most counties
"States Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has said the Trump administration has no regrets about pushing states to reopen their economies. Mr. Mnuchin was speaking as the U. S recorded more than 50,000 new Corona virus infections for the second day running in Texas, one of the first states to reverse lock down measures. The Republican governor Greg Abbott, has ordered that face masks must be worn in public across most of the state. He made the announcement in a video posted on social media. There has been a swift and a substantial spike in covert 19 cases, so we need to refocus on slowing the spread. But this time We want to do it without closing down Texas again. That is why today I am issuing a face covering requirement for all counties with Mohr than 20 covert cases.
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Supreme Court blocks curbside voting in Alabama during pandemic
"From afar. In a 5 to 4 ruling the U. S. Supreme Court has blocked a lower court order to allow curbside voting and waving some absentee ballot requirements during the pandemic in Alabama. Stay will remain in effect, while the courts decide whether to hear the state's appeal. Alabama officials say making changes in just three of the state's largest counties would be confusing. Plaintiffs say they're needed to prevent the sick and elderly from having to choose
Landslide at Myanmar jade mine kills more than 100 people
"The authorities in Myanmar say more than 100 people have been killed in a landslide at a jade mine. Officials in Cochin States say there had been heavy rain in the area and the miners were buried in a wave of mud. Rescue efforts are continuing. Jonathan head for reports, The video taken from the hills above shows a landslide pouring into the pit lake, churning up the blue green water. A moment later, the lake empties is its side collapses the water thundering into the valley below. Thousands of poor workers from all over Myanmar are attracted to these jade mines, which are believed to generate billions of dollars a year for mining companies. The hills have been denuded of trees. And carved into a bleak landscape of ban mud slopes.
Supreme Court throws out Louisiana abortion restrictions
"The U. S. Supreme Court has struck down a Louisiana law that requires doctors to have local hospital admitting privileges before performing an abortion. As NPR. Sarah McCammon reports, abortion rights groups are expressing relief as well, A surprise over the decision. The Louisiana law is very similar to a Texas law that was overturned in 2016 before the court included two of President Trump's conservative nominees. Chief Justice John Roberts surprise some observers by siding with the liberal justices this time in striking down the law. Elizabeth Nash is a state policy analyst at the Guttmacher Institute, which supports abortion rights. This case is a way to see where the court stands on abortion and what it means for the future. And I think The court has stood pat on abortion rights. For now. Abortion rights opponents are vowing to keep fighting for new restrictions on the
Pakistani police say an attack is underway on the stock exchange building in the country's financial hub of Karachi
"Police in Karachi, so there's been a militant attack on the Pakistani stock exchange. They say all four Attackers have been killed. Some police officers and security guards are also feared dead. Vilma give ring has the details. Pakistan Stock Exchange has offices for hundreds of financial institutions. Soon after the day's business began, four armed men burst inside, armed with grenades and automatic rifles and opened fire. Most people managed to escape or hide inside locked rooms. Officials say the security forces are now back in control of the buildings on carrying out a room to room search. Members of a militant group from Pakistan's Baluchistan province say they organized the attack. They're fighting a long running battle against the government demanding a separate homeland for the Baloch, a distinct
Gunmen attack Karachi stock exchange, killing at least 3
"Authorities in Pakistan say gunmen attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange today in Karachi. Country's financial Center. Police officials say Four of the assailants were killed. The building also houses the Pakistan State Bank and the headquarters of several national international financial
Lazarus Chakwera inaugurated as Malawi's new president
"Lazarus Chakwera is expected to be sworn in as Malawi's new president later after his victory in a re run election Mr Junqueras told supporters the result was a win for justice and his heart was bubbling with joy he's on Africa editor will Ross this is a hugely significant moment in Malawi's political history and is evidence that neither the courts nor the electorate will prepare to be bullied or influenced by presidential power other countries in Africa of hot elections annulled but for the opposition candidate to then go on and win a rerun is unprecedented Peter mystery because narrow victory in last year's poll was canceled by the Constitutional Court after evidence emerged that correction fluid being used to alter the vote tallies he turned to the Supreme Court for help judges that came under a lot of pressure but stood
Rolling Stones warn Trump not to use their songs - or face legal action
"The rolling stones have said that Donald Trump could face legal action if he continues to use the songs at his campaign rallies the statement from the band's legal team said it was working with the performing rights organization they'd be MRI as Jane Shipman reports the BMI has warned the trump campaign that the president could be sued for breaching a licensing agreement if he refuses to stop using the music without permission however it's not clear how effective the threat will be the stones have raised objections before during the twenty sixteen election and Mr trump has ignored previous cease and desist letters of the singers and bands have made similar complaints including a detailed queen Rhianna ever Smith and already and as well as the estates of prince and Tom
A divided Poland holds presidential vote delayed by pandemic
"Balance of being constant Poland's presidential election a very to being watched closely across Europe president Andrzej Duda an ally of the governing law and justice party faces his most serious challenge from Rafael Cekovsky the liberal center right map of all
Iraqi forces arrest men suspected of attacks targeting US
"Iraqi commanders have raided the headquarters of a powerful Iranian backed militia that the United States planes for a string of rocket attacks against its bases and interests in the country at least twelve members of the group could type has been law what arrested in the overnight rate in southern Baghdad Jessica McAllen reports Iran holds a powerful sway over Iraqi politics and is implacably opposed to the U. S. presence in Iraq tensions between the two countries if we completely played out on Iraqi soil the most high profile example of this with the American assassination of the Iranian general Qasem Soleimani in Iraq earlier this year Washington has been pressuring Baghdad to take tougher actions against Qatar Pensacola on Thursday's raid by elite Iraqi commandos is evidence that authorities are willing to
Malawi starts voting in a rerun of the presidential poll
"People in Malawi of voting in a rerun of the presidential elections five months after the results of last year's disputed votes were annulled the main opposition parties have United under a single candidate to take on president Peter Mutasa recapped his Emmanuel guns at the polls are taking place and a new law that abolished the first past the post system the winner now needs to secure an absolute majority of fifty percent plus one vote after months of political uncertainty and sometimes violent protests Malawi remains deeply divided the economy is struggling poverty and unemployment hi the government has faced growing criticism for failing to tackle rampant corruption these are just some of the issues Malawians hope will be solved today's historic
Bubba Wallace: Noose found in garage stall of black US racing driver
"I knew this was found Sunday in the garage stall of black driver Bubba Wallace at the NASCAR race track in Talladega Alabama NASCAR says it will find out who put it there and eliminate them from the sport well said he's incredibly saddened but he will not back down he had sought nice cars a ban on Confederate
NASCAR Investigating Noose Found in Bubba Wallace's Garage
"NASCAR officials say they're trying to find out who was responsible for hanging a noose in the garage stall of Bubba Wallace at the Talladega race track in Alabama well this is the only black driver in NASCAR's top stock car racing circuit he successfully lobbied NASCAR to ban the Confederate flag at its
UK police seek motive in stabbing attack that left 3 dead
"A multiple stabbing him the town of reading in southern England has left three people dead and three seriously injured the knife man struck against people relaxing in a Central Park on Saturday evening approaching one group before moving on to attack office Dominica xi'an reports at around seven PM last night reading's Forbury gardens was busy following a lightly and peaceful black lives matter demonstration earlier in the day as police responded to emergency calls a large part of the city centre was looked down at the twenty five year old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder security sources have told the BBC he's of Libyan descent police then surrounded a block of flats a mile from the killings police say they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the attack and there's no intelligence to suggest any further danger to the
NKorea's military threatens to reenter demilitarized areas
"The north Korean army has warned that it's ready to take action against South Korea and the latest of a series of threats against its neighbor the army said it was studying a plan to move back into areas of the demilitarized zone separating the countries which had left two years ago from so Laura Baker reports North Korea claimed the threat of military action is in response to defector groups in the safe sending propaganda material over the border over the weekend Kim yo Jong the sister of north Korean leader Kim Jong UN ordered the army to prepare for action today the military said it was ready to turn the frontline into a fortress in twenty eighteen to Kitty is dismantled several guard towers and withdrew troops from some areas along the heavily fortified border as part of a push towards peace north Korea's military is now threatening to reverse
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"This is the BBC World Service. I am Elliott Holly mother over foia old with down syndrome. In my country Tanzania, I have found other mothers with children with down syndrome who have been accused of some terrible things you have you son for money so that you can become rich after the news. I'll be asking, why we don't see children with down syndrome, interns Aena, and whether that being hidden. BBC news with Joe McIntosh. Doctors linked to the opposition, Saddam, say, sixty people, and now known to have been killed in the last few days, the violence started when the forces of the transitional military government opened fire on unarmed demonstrators world carrying protest camp. Strata and cardinal George Pell has appeared in court to appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two young boys in the nineteen ninety s cardinal Pell, who was sentenced to six years in prison has always maintained his innocence. The United States has hardened its policy on American citizens traveling to Cuba. The US Justice department announced a ban on an exchange scheme, which has boosted tourism to Cuba's into the two countries restored relations for years ago. China's market regulators says it's find Ford Motor Company joint venture in the country Chang unfold about twenty four million dollars for violating anti monopoly laws. The fine comes amid an escalating trade war between China and the United States. India has sent out a helicopter to retrieve the bodies of five climates, who are believed to have been killed during avalanches in the Himalayas, eight people reported missing on Friday, when they didn't return to their base camp in under Davy, the fate of the other three climbers is not known. Armed security officer at a Florida's school has been arrested and charged with failing to confront a gunman who killed seventeen people out here. Surveillance video showed that Scott Peterson stood outside the school in parkland as the shooting took place, but never went in sixteen countries including Britain, the US and Germany agreed. A joint statement to Mark the anniversary of the leaders, commit themselves to together to hold the values tomography tolerance and the rule of law. And that is the BBC news. Being the mother of with child with down syndrome, interns. Aena is not easy. I was not comfortable to go to the street or public areas with my son. Because some people, they are looking me, as if all my sinful person this mother was seen a sinful because she has a son with down syndrome. It something I never knew much about until four years ago. When I give birth to my son Chandran and those told he too had Down's I'm Elliot tally. And for the BBC World Service, I am in my country tons Aena asking mothers, what it's like to bring up a child with the condition..
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"The BBC World Service. I nNcholas Jackson. And this week story explores the darker side of university life in the United States, sometimes violent and dangerous group. Initiation. Rites known as hazing continued to cause fatalities amongst young people with around two hundred and twenty deaths attributed to hazing why? So many willing to risk so much in order to become a member of a group that's assignment after the news. BBC news with David Harper. A court in Tunisia has sentenced seven jihadists life in prison over gun and grenade attacks at a museum and a beach resort which killed sixty people. Most of them tourists in two thousand fifteen others received lesser sentences while twenty seven were acquitted, but the presumed mastermind of the attacks remains on the run in Thailand's, the political party, which nominated the king's elder sister as its candidate for prime minister says it will go to the monarchs order that she pullout palace says even though Princess airborne rats Mohegan renounced, her official titles years ago, she remained a member of the Royal family, America's career and voice as he's held three days of productive talks in Pyongyang to prepare for the second meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong UN Stephen begun said both sides had some hard work to do before the summit in Hanoi. The Trump administration has ignored a request from congress. To provide. A report identifying who killed the Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi, a White House officials said the president was within his rights to decline to act Pakistani. Police have detained and then released a renowned academic. I'ma ally John after he took place in a protest. It took part in a protest against the death of a prominent human rights activists from the Pushtoon community are man lonely talk to learn these family accused police of deliberately killing him and Baluchistan province last week. The police denied Britain has terminated a controversial contract to provide extra ferry capacity in the event of the UK leaving the European Union without deal ministers have faced mockery since seaborne. Freight was awarded the contract even though it had never run a ferry service. No had any ships officials in northern India say more than thirty people have died after drinking toxic alcohol in separate incidents. Several others have fallen sick in Uttar Pradesh and a trick province. This be crossing bussey was a well organized event. You knew who was going to be doing it. You new windows going to happen. You did not get on the bus see unless you were gonna be hard of it. The people that are the perpetrators all unless you're going to be the victim that's going through. There was no spectators unbe see what an individual's post to do is to at the front of the bus place both of their hands on the top rail of the bus if it's a male. They have no shirt on the girls have their brought, I'm nNcholas Jackson. And this is the pledge on BBC World Service and talking to Pam and Robert champion senior in the hometown of Atlanta in the United States about the tragedy that turned their lives upside down eight years ago when their son Robert was code fifteen members on this side, the fifteen members owners lead thirty people and you go straight down the bus trap to wish the back. People are being used and stopping you have on your back your chest your threat, they're not supposed to hit your face. You may be able to see those bruises. And if you get to Becker the bus, whereas opposed to in West Palm was laying in the middle of floor by himself. I'm sure those students didn't mean to kill him. But they really intend to do harm tilling in twenty eleven Robert champion was a student at Florida am university. He was a drum major in the colleges prestigious marching band the marching one hundred and brutally and violently beaten to death by his fellow members in an initiation. Rite known as crossing bus c even though these ritual was prohibited. It was widely condoned accepted even encouraged and going through it was considered to be an essential part of band vendor. Ship. I think they call it something like tradition. He don't realize his violence, you accept it. As one guy said, this is just what we do is. So ingrained why because it will die unless you it would only get before it would only here before that before if they can't handle being apart. Then they're not accepted. What is so shocking about robots death was that it was not? The hands of strangers the tormentors responsible for the fatal events on bus. See where his friends Eddie always wanted to join a marching band. Oh, absolutely. Robert at the age of five he saw his very first parade. He saw the drum majors. And would he actually told us was that this is what he wanted to do? He called the drum majors gentlemen's simply because they had the hi hat and the coat has details. So from that first exposure to music is what really sparked it in him going. And being who he was the marching band is highly respected because the bane was more important than football team. When people came to the games, they came to see the band, your drum major is pretty much the leader of the band, Robert champion's death came about because of a practice code hazing a series of rituals designed to initiate a person into a group to which they pledge loyalty. These can range from relatively innocent pranks to extreme levels of mental and physical abuse although hazing can occur in all types of groups from sports teams to marching bands. Many of the reported cases on US campuses. Take place in all male for tendencies and all female sororities, the so-called Greek letter organizations since the names of these social groups had taken from the Greek alphabet hazing is an initiation rite that can sometimes go terribly wrong. It's either physical or psychological abuse of power between those who are in a group, and those who want to join a group, in many cases, there's a notion that those who want to join a group have to prove themselves or go through some kind of physical or mental hardship in order to cross that line. Emily point one is executive director of hazing prevention dot org, and national nonprofit organization focused on the prevention of hazing examples of physical hazing are. Usually what you end up seeing. In the news consumption of alcohol or disgusting foods whipping or beating with a paddle branding exposure to the outside elements, for example, b barefoot and stand in snow for a long period of time or be dropped off at a certain location and have to find their way back without any warm, clothing or phone, for example, psychological hazing can include humiliation sexual abuse or not sleep for a number of days as well as exit servitude. Or acquiring new members of the group to perform certain acts for older or more established members when we met in Atlanta. One was keen to stress that hazing isn't just a problem on university campuses. It can start well before students go to college in the US. We see incidents of hazing starting as early as middle school and forty-nine percent of high school students have reported experiencing hazing in groups are closer sports and seventy three percent of college athletes in the US report that they experienced hazing before they went to college because hazing is a clandestine activity official figures for how much of it goes on on campuses are hard to come by. Although there'd been an estimated two hundred and twenty deaths overruled from hazing in the United States since records began as recently as September twenty eighteen another suspected case of death through hazing hit the news in the US Tyler Hillyard twenty year old student at the university of California riverside died during the recruitment process to join the Alpha Phi alpha fraternity the incident is currently under investigation when. We see high profile cases in the media of deaths through hazing, it might give the impression that hazing is actually on the increase is that the case it's hard to say because hazing has not been reported in any official manner. So I'm not sure that hazing is happening more. But clearly the awareness of hazing is increasing. And as a result. A number more cases are coming to light. More deaths are being connected with hazing some people might look at instances of hazing where there hasn't been a death. No one's been injured and say, it's just kids having fun. Why does this matter students die every year on college campuses as a result of hazing, and there are a number of hazing death that never get reported? And even more cases of students who drop out of school or commit suicide or have lifelong psychological damage because of what occurred to them. So, of course, it matters. My name is Hank newer. I'm.
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"The BBC World Service right here on WNYC AM, FM, New York. Still to come on the forum more on the North Pole and the Arctic north the impact of climate change on polar regions as ice caps melt. It's changing the habitats of Arctic animals and people, but also creating economic opportunities with some Arctic nations positioning themselves to take new claims to Pola territory. Still with me are three Arctic experts seduce stay with us. We'll be back after the BBC news summary. BBC news with Neil newness. The Venezuelan opposition leader one Guajardo says there have been secret meetings between his allies and the country's military in his attempts to depose President, Nicolas Maduro. The United States is using economic pressure targeting Venezuela's oil revenues and assets. Meanwhile, the authorities in Venezuela have detained five foreign journalists. Covering the crisis three worked for the Spanish news agency FA the British car industry, says uncertainty over Brexit has contributed to an alarming slump in investment. It's eighty percent lower than three years ago. Meanwhile, London-based think-tank has warned that if Britain leaves with known deal in March there will be major negative impacts in eight out of eleven policy areas because the government hasn't prepared new laws. The American midwest is enduring one of the coldest nights in a generation there have been at least. Twelve deaths related to the extreme cold temperatures are forecast to drop below minus forty celsius Facebook posted record quarterly profits in the final quarter of last year nearly six point nine billion dollars. It's total profit was thirty nine percent up on the previous year state media in China's a more than three hundred listed Chinese companies have indicated they report significant annual losses for twenty eighteen growth is at its slowest pace in nearly three decades. News agencies in Moscow, say Russia and the US have failed to make progress in talks on the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Scientists say they caught an is Asian of the Americas in the sixteenth century killed so many people it contributed to appeared of global cooling, the mass deaths mainly because of disease led to swathes of land being reclaimed by nature pulling in huge amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and cooling the wild. This is the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Bridget KENDALL. And today, we're exploring the North Pole that point at the very top of the globe and unattainable goal for many of us except that handful of adventurous and scientists who've managed to make the trek to see it for themselves. Still with me our class dots professor of geopolitics at Royal Holloway university of London, Michael Bravo. Senior lecturer at the university of Cambridge head of circum polar history and public policy research at the Scott polar research institute, and Felicity Aston, MB Arctic and an toxic explorer, author and former. Climate scientists. Three singer Tanya talk with song, a Ota tiniest music is intensely political. It's about the lack of respect for women's rights, the planet and for indigenous rights, and she comes from the Inuit community of none of it. Canada's most northerly territory, and it's gateway to the North Pole who owns the North Pole to the north of. None of it is becoming increasingly important across the Arctic the effects of climate change or already visible with consequences, not just for local populations like tiniest community, but the rest of the world as well. Cows from your vantage point as professor of geopolitics you've described the geopolitics of the North Pole regions as being shaped by the nature of the four elements involved rock water sea-ice air. So I thought we'd look at them one by one and I want to start first off with rock now in two thousand and seven Russian scientific research expedition became the first descend down to the seabed under the Asian at the North Pole and plant their country's flag on the ocean floor which caused quite a stir with the other Arctic nations, some even calling it a land grab why was this such a controversy? Why is the seabeds important? Well, it reveals well how particular incident can be interpreted in radically different ways. So it's the Russian flag. It's two thousand and seven, and of course, international opinion, is increasingly becoming a little bit more worrisome about what President Putin has in mind for Russia as a great power. On the other hand, of course, back in Russia it seen as an extraordinary technological achievement. Now when you dig a little more into the incident itself, you realize also there was a serious oceanographic expedition that was trying to provide ever-greater geological knowledge to bolster Russian claims that they enjoyed some kind of rights what we call sovereign rights over the seabed concerned. What are the rules for nations that are trying to claim sovereignty at the poll? Well, when it comes to rock if you will. There's something called the law for see convention, and ultimately article seventy six of this extraordinary convention says that you can extend your sovereign rights as a coastal state if you can demonstrate that your continental shelves. So the underlying geology is attached to your continental or what's called your coastal baseline. Why does Russia want the North Pole? There is this about symbolic ownership. Or is it actually a race to win the rights to resources? It's about two things. It's about Russian history, which is often misunderstood and underestimated one can go back to the sixteenth century. Richard chancellor arriving in the court of Ivan the terrible and together they make a deal. I haven't terrible wants to open up the northeastern trade route between the Pacific and the Atlantic to get access to the Arctic sea, so the geopolitical ambitions of Russia reach back to the sixteenth century. But so does the formation of Russia's self understanding? Russia looks north and it feels north that's critical. The second point, of course, is about resources and resources go hand in hand with nation building and national identity so for Russia access to offshore oil and gas. Access to Siberian minerals are very important for the economic vision of the Soviet Union and of Russian today of President Putin. Now, we've talked about the legal complications around the North Pole. It's very different with the south pole. Isn't it with Antarctica Felicity, say back in the forties and beginning of the nineteen fifties different nations each had claims to sovereignty parts of Antarctica? Or in the case of Russian America, the whole of Antarctica. So they came up with the idea of a treaty that didn't dispute or establish any claim. So effectively it put untarred Tartu Kurna sort of stasis where it belongs to nobody. And yet belongs to everybody at the same time, and along with that the treaty lays out some initial rules about what you can and cannot do in Antarctica. So it said you couldn't carry out nuclear testing there. You couldn't mindful resources. You couldn't have military. Every exercises, and it has its flaws, but it's worked really effectively, but it seems in the Arctic argument to have been ruled out as a template really early on. It's interesting that today's geo political battles that he should be allowed to stake a claim to the North Pole. We're predicted well over one hundred years ago by the famous nineteenth century, French author Joel van in his eighteen ninety satire the purchase of the North Pole where he describes how the North Pole is up for sale and a number of nations gathered to try and buy it representing the English to delegates called measure Donilon and his secretary dean to drink. The North Pole belong to them. It always belonged to them. It was to them as if the Lord had given the mission to the English people to keep up the rotation of the earth around its axis, and as if it was their duty to prevent it passing into strange hands. It is necessary to observe here that France did not consider it necessary to send a delegate, but an engineer of France was present at the sale just for the fun of it. Reading from Joel vans. Taxed Sondhi SU SU published in English in eighteen ninety s both the purchase of the North Pole. Topsy turvy microwaves extraordinary, isn't it that this Sasha by Jules van should accurately? Imagine that one day nations will be so keen to acquire slow frontier with the North Pole. And this wasn't his only prediction. Well, he was remarkably prescient, you're right. So Verne understood that not only were nations like England and France interested in the North Pole. But so we're private investors. So the ones who win the auction are actually a private organization funded by a gun lobby and their scheme is that they with the help of an astronomer calculate that. They can shift the earth off its polar axis by the right amount, which will cause the Arctic sea ice to melt and in doing. So that reveals the rich seams of coal a fossil fuels and hydrocarbons in the Arctic to to profit from. Well, we've twelve quite a long time on the element of rock and claims of ownership and geopolitics, let's move onto our next element which is water and class in what ways washer around the North Pole significant geopolitically, I think it's important because. We're talking about here is a shift from thinking of the Arctic kind of frozen desert, but if actually ISIS replaced by open water, those waters around the North Pole are international waters. So they they belong to no one, but everyone and they become a kind of global common. So you've got to imagine a world we could yet. See where fish, stocks example, migrate ever further northwards. And so by the end of the twentieth century, we're looking at are well established, for example, commercial fishery in the central negotiation and flipped you in terms of wildlife in the final. What animals have you actually seen when your trips to the North Pole? Lots actually I mean, this is another way in which is so different from the antibiotic where life is almost entirely absent even right at the North Pole, particularly in some when the ice opens up you see seals. And this means that now you see polar bears right across the Arctic Ocean. Whereas it used to be the rule of thumb polar bears wouldn't go any further than sort of eighty seven degrees north where the ice edge was because that's where their prey was. But now pray can be anywhere. You are more likely to see photos, anywhere. Okay. Well, related to water, of course, is the element of sea ice class. The climate scientists worries about the impact of melting ice caps is well known of course. But just spell it out for us. What changes could be underway both for the Arctic ecosystem and more widely? If there's less ice at the North Pole. If you replace something that is white and reflects with something that is darker than heat is absorbed. So goes it also has a. Warming effect. So this will mean that life as we know it will change. But it also means that the Arctic becomes more accessible what we're now looking at is a world where commercial shipping is no longer a spectacular possibility, but actually is becoming more routine. And where we're beginning to talk for the first time of a shipping route across the central Arctic Ocean, and it's also a kind of counter intuitive quality about ice melt, so for example, because of gravitational pull when the Antarctic melts it's of more consequence for the northern hemisphere. And when the optic mounts, it's going to be potentially of more consequence to more southerly countries. So when China's says it is intimately connected to the Arctic. They're quite right to do..
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"Is the BBC World Service. I'm Manuela, Santiago San and in business daily shortly. We ask three leading thinkers from the world of economics and finance to give us their predictions for the year ahead. Twenty nine thousand nine kicked off with volatile financial markets and a weakening global economy belt up for a bumpy ride ahead. That's after the news. BBC news. China has taken a major step forward in its efforts to become a leading power in space exploration by announcing. It has successfully landed a robotic probe on the far side of the moon. State media says the chunky four spacecraft touchdown early this morning in the unexplored south pole Aitken basin. South Korea says North Korea's ambassador to Italy has gone into hiding with his wife Jo song Gill and his wife are thought to have left the embassy in Rome in November. They are reported to be seeking asylum. The technology giant apple is rattled investors with news that sales have been slowing blaming economic weakness in China, apple said, the trade war between the US and China had also had an effect at least one hundred people including dozens of police officers have been injured in clashes in the southern Indian state of Carolina, conservative Hindu. Groups are angry because in Wednesday to women and to the well known temple sump ending a longstanding ban and women of menstruating age. Thousands of tourists and residents have fled holiday island off Thailand's eastern coast to escape an approaching tropical storm storm named payback is expected to bring strong winds and seven meter high waves. A French truck driver who's emerged as a leader of the yellow vest. Protest movement is being held in police custody. Eric drew was arrested in Wednesday night on suspicion of organizing an unauthorized protests on the showings LIZA the scene of rioting last month. I yacht abandoned nine years ago in a storm by teenage American round the world sailor as we appearance off southern Australia. Abby Sunderland said seeing the vessel again brought back many memories. Good and not so good. She left the boat after its mast snapped BBC news. Hello and welcome to business daily from the BBC. I'm Manuela also in this prediction is very difficult, especially if it's about the future so said, the Nobel prize winner physics Neal's board, but that isn't gonna stop us from trying. We ended twenty eighteen with volatile financial markets and signs of a troubled global economy. So if last year was a bit of a wild ride should we hold on even tighter for twenty nine thousand nine we've brought together three leading thinkers from the world of finance economics and politics to discuss what could be installed and goes your contrary. Well are served twice as Nigeria's finance minister, and is a former managing director of the World Bank. Jeffrey Sachs's economics professor at Columbia University where he's also the director for the center for sustainable development. And we'll Hamill Aryan is chief economic adviser at the insurance giant Allianz and a former CEO of pimco, the world's largest investor in bonds, which. Liens now owns Muhammad, Larry. And I I do not expect a global recession because the US can avoid one as long as it doesn't make a major policy mistake. I do think however that parts of Europe will feel like they are again in recession and China will struggle to soft land is so no global recession, but there will be spots of significant economic hurt. Jeffrey Sachs, what do you make of that? I think it's important for us to speak. Not only about the short run business cycle, which is inevitably on people's minds. But on the fact that major challenges that continue to worsen environmental crises water, crises climate, change, crises migration. Forced by people facing violence or extreme poverty will not be addressed in one thousand nine hundred. It's very important that we not focus only on the ups and downs of the next quarter. But on the fact that we face major problems that need longer term thinking and longer term problem solving and we're utterly distracted right now. That's a very serious issue. And so whether or not there's a recession twenty nine thousand nine I would emphasize we will not be solving or even making much progress on major problems the way that we're going and goes you contrary without where does Africa fit into this picture. I think before we addressed the issue of Africa. I want to strongly support both Jeff and Mohammed have said on this and to add that really we ought to look at some medium term trends, which are continuing to one thousand nine hundred eighteen and beyond Jeff mentioned climate change. Also want to mention demographics. They demographic situation and the world will continue to. Underpin some of the performance slowing of growth in the developed world. Thirty percent of the population in Europe by twenty thirty. We'll be sixty and above twenty six percent of the population in North America will be sixty and above and six percent of the population in Africa will be sixty and above so for the developed countries. This means slow productivity slower growth, and there's a potential for people in Africa for Africa itself with this young population to be able to contribute in a dynamic way. But in terms of that change that you're talking about the demographic change at the same time Europe is facing a migration crisis, particularly with a lot of Africans coming there. Do you expect to see a repeat of that in two thousand nine hundred nineteen I think with the arrangements that Europe is making with various countries not only Turkey as many people talk about. But also, they're specifically made arrangements with several African countries to be able to return migrants. With aid to development, so as to try and create jobs. I think the rush of migrants will not be as difficult as the phenomenon we've seen in this past year, but it will continue maybe not at the same rate. And I think we really need to work together between Europe and Africa to see how we can continue to create jobs in Africa. But also there will be a need for labor in some of the European countries outcome, we have a winning situation whereby you have agreements to bring in people who come work and earn income switch. They can send back and have managed migration process instead of the very disruptive way that migration is happening now, but a lot of politicians and people in Europe don't see it in that kind of mutually beneficial way. That is true. I'm hoping that they'll be some courageous politicians. But if not Africans don't migrate because they want to live in other. Countries. I think we should think about what do we need to do primarily with Africans themselves taken first responsibility. But then having other governments work in a collaborative fashion to create jobs in manufacturing in agriculture in other sectors within the continent. And then we can keep a young people working. Aaron this economic slowdown that you foresee for two thousand nine hundred nineteen all these problems that goes, easy, and Geoffrey of outlined that imagine they will just be exacerbated by an economic slowdown. There will I mean, what you're hearing from my colleagues is the cost of too many years of insufficiently inclusive and insufficiently sustainable growth around the world and that fuels all sorts of problems that were apple by the global financial crisis that were amplified by a sense of economic, insecurity and that are being amplify. Fide by politics that exploiting concerns about identity, and that's why you have to start somewhere to break this vicious cycle. We have the lowest level of multilateral cooperation that I've seen in Sweden decades of working on these issues. So it's going to be a real test for political leaderships and without the political leaderships. You will not fix the economic financial institutional and social challenges that faces and goes, did you see that willingness? I think you have to look at several levels. I know that at the level of top leadership in developed countries that disagreements about which direction to go. But when you look at issues like climate change, you'll find that there is a strong movement, even knew certain countries are not willing leaders are not willing. You've got a situation in which civil society business. The private sector cities states are willing to go forward to cooperate on some of these issues. Are you thinking about? American particularly here the United States. Yes. In the United States. We've got cities we've got states we've got business globally that is pushing in a certain direction, and so whether or not we like it for certain of these global issues, it's happening. I think no way for instance, has announced that from twenty twenty five it's not going to have any fossil fuel driven cars, but only electric cars China that has launched a carbon market and aiming for low emissions and carbon trading. You've got other types of jurisdictions that are acting. So even though it looks like multi-laterally, there's not the kind of cooperation in certain areas in others. There is you're speaking there about people working together. But at the moment, the big issue in the next month or two even for the next year is whether China, and the US will sort out that trade differences, and this is where things get really complicated. Don't they? Jeffrey sachs. The US is absolutely neurotic about China. Or at least the US security establishment is I mean, how dare China become an economy at the scale of the United States in America's exceptionalism way of thinking America's supposed to be running the world. This is supposed to still be the American century were basically seventy years into that statement that was made in nineteen forty one. So from US point of view, not my point of view, but from the point of view of a zero sum world where somebody's on top. And somebody else has to be subordinate. The US thinking is China's just gotten out of hand too dangerous. And now we have to stop China from being able to continue to expand. It's a threat any gain of Chinese technology is a military and security threat to the western world. And so on and this is leading to way campaign against. China's major technology companies like, wow, we probably most in the news. But by you've criticized the arrest of this top executive of. Wow. In had a lot of backlash for that. As well. Have you? Absolutely. I pointed out that if you wanna talk about major companies that have violated US extraterritorial sanctions, you could start with almost every major Bank in the world. But I don't recall a single major US or European banker being hauled off from an airport into custody. The way that the CFO of was so I regard it as utterly extraordinary and provocative that says a lot about the toe of these trade talks, doesn't it? The interesting thing in the reaction for me was boy, how many people are ready to jump to a Cold War or more in the west with China. It's almost a kneejerk reaction that of course, they're guilty. Of course there. Stealing. Of course. They cheat were perfect. They cheat. Because if we are divided this way, and if were in a rasping each other's. Citizens, and if were trying to block offered the world technologically in and so on there's no hope that we're going to solve any of these problems, and it will not just be a zero sum game a so-called. It will be a negative some outcome. Everybody is going to lose from this. And that's unfortunately, the path that we're on with in temperate American president a hothead and this kind of geopolitical anxiety applied to qualify little bit..
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"The BBC World Service instant noodles were invented sixty years ago in postwar Japan. Now, their popularity is global in a moment, we'll be returning to China country. That's consumed more noodles than anywhere else. And we'll go to the place where instant noodles have become more than just food their currency. That's after the news. BBC news with Nick Kelly. The US congress has called on President Trump to reconsider his decision to maintain close ties with Saudi Arabia, both Republican and democratic leaders at the Senate Foreign Relations committee have requested tariffication on whether the administration does the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman to be responsible for the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Mr. Trump has insisted the US will remain steadfast partner of Saudi Arabia. Mr. Trump's lawyers says it's now time to bring to a close the investigation into Russian interference in the US presidential election Rudy Giuliani has confirmed that the president has submitted written answers to special counsel's inquiry. The new president of INTERPOL will be the South Korean Kim Jong Yang the United States and several European countries. Have expressed concern about the other candidate the Russian police. General Alexander Prokop shook. The Pentagon has said it's cost seventy two million dollars. To deploy US forces to the border with Mexico in recent weeks, the US secretary for homeland security Kirsten Nielsen warned the migrants that they would not get into the United States illegally police in Kenya. Say gunmen have kidnapped Twenty-three-year-old Italian aid worker in the southeastern leafy district five people including two children wounded in the attack which happened late on Tuesday in a shopping center in the town of Tacoma. According Tokyo has extended the detention of the Nissan chairman Carlos Goan for a further ten days. Mr. goon is also on the boards of Renault and Mitsubishi was arrested in Japan on Monday over allegations of financial misconduct. Renos keeping him is as its chief executive mostly it is an Australia say they will boycott a meeting with prime minister Scott Morrison after you told them they have to do more to prevent terror attacks in the country. Mr. Morrison accused them of continuing down a path of denial. BBC news. Welcome back to the eternal life of the instant noodle on the BBC World Service. I'm Celia Hatton in the first part of this program. We heard how instant noodles were invented sixty years ago in a wooden shed in Osaka. Japan.
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"This is the BBC World Service. With me, Manuela Rosa and in business daily shortly bossy women and women bosses, a former Google employee turned comedian gives us her tongue in cheek advice on how to tell male colleagues what to do without hurting feelings and women on corporate boards. What difference do they really make? That's after the news. BBC news with David Austin representatives from the Taliban, pretending an international peace conference on Afghanistan in Moscow. The first time the militants have joined initiative of this sort the Afghan government has sent members of the country's high. Peace council. US federal judge has blocked the construction of the keystone excel oil pipeline from Canada to Texas in a major victory for environmentalists and indigenous rights groups, the judge ruled that President Trump's administration had failed to justify his approval of the project two days after taking off his dozens of aid agency supporting row Hindu, refugees. In bangladesh. Say families are terrified by plans as talk through turning them to Myanmar next week charities warned they could in effect become prisoners in Myanmar. The former first lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos has been found guilty of corruption during two decades. Ruled by her late husband, president Ferdinand Marcos. She could face years in jail, but MRs Malkhaz can appeal against the ruling making further delays likely case, it was first filed in one thousand nine hundred one Germany is commemorating the eightieth anniversary of Kristallnacht pogrom that began the Nazi persecution of Jews before the second World War, the German president Frank voter Steinmeyer said the country fell into barbarity where mob smashed up synagogues looted Jewish businesses and attacked Jews in the streets. Police in Australia say one person has been killed in to hurt during a Russia's stabbing in Melbourne a man with a knife was shot after police failed in their efforts to restrain him. A Japanese TV station has cancelled an appearance by the popular South Korean band. Yes. After controversy every t shirt worn by band member. It depicted an atomic bomb mushroom cloud and phrases celebrating Korea's liberation from Japan after World War Two. BBC news. Hello. I'm annoyed and this is business daily from the BBC picture. This woman at a meeting, and we've just started that you'll male colleagues made a mistake. What do you do you kind of want us? You know? Put yourself down a little bit and say, you know,.
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"To Newsday from the BBC World Service with Alex Switzerland. And while I'm also our top stories today. The human rights lawyer becoming Ethiopia's top judge black votes are crucial for the success of J Bolsonaro in Brazil's presidential election, but many black people and our fake the Muslims raising cash to support the Jews of Pittsburgh after the terrorist attack. And South Africa's president ramp was says, he's ready to talk about corruption of former presidents. Now, the BBC news with Stuart McIntosh. The Javanese cabinet approved draft legislation that would radically change the country's conservative immigration policy. The Bill would allow hundreds of thousands of foreigners to apply for work in Japan for an initial period of five years. More highly skilled workers would be allowed to stay indefinitely. President Trump says he's planning to deny asylum to people who enter the United States outside legal ports of entry. He's made immigration one of the main issues in campaigning for the midterm elections. His opponents of accused him of stirring, up hate to win votes. Brazil's far-right president-elect. Both scenario said he'll move the Brazilian embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem when he takes office the US moved its embassy to Jerusalem earlier this year, prompting anger from Palestinians Mezin some from. Here says it staff in the Democratic Republic of Congo treated two thousand six hundred victims of sexual violence in sixteen months in just one city. The charity said most of those treaty didn't Kananga in central Kasai province had been raped by armed men. A convicted double murderer in the US state of Tennessee has been put to death by the electric chair. Ed Wood Zagorski who was sixty three is the first US inmate to be executed that way since two thousand thirteen he'd requested it instead of a lethal injection because he thought it would be less painful. Ethiopian Airlines is today launching its first commercial service to the Somali capital Mogadishu in more than forty years flights between the neighbors were suspended in the late nineteen seventies. Following outbreak of hostilities and the former Olympic sprinter you same bolts. First attempt to become a professional football has come to an end. His Australian club central coast. Mariners terminated his trial saying have been unable to agree. Terms with the star BBC news. Thank you very much Stewart MacIntosh. Hello. And welcome to Newsday on the BBC World Service and Alex Richardson coming up, we'll have the extraordinary story of the.
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"Of around on the happens. It's a lot of people channel that anger. They they got together and put all their efforts into trying to address what's happened and try and get out on the other end with trying to solve and actually go after those factually done it. And we know that we will not stop every attack from happening. We knew that's the case miss much chiming. The reality is we cannot stop anything from happening. But there are still reasons to be positive you see the very best in people, and you also see the very worst and and everything in between. But I think what I have been surprised by working in the intelligence community is the share amount of really good people. Good people within our work with us in the organizations who we deal with outside the organizations, and the people that actually get those that intelligence voice our agents and the amount the power of human relationship and the trust that you can build up someone. Trust you enough to give you a piece of information that. Oh. Put them in danger. But they're willing to take that risk to you for the good of more more people than them. And I think that is such a powerful feeling, but does he ever make you feel sorry paranoid? So you end up with a little bit of sort of heightened awareness about stuff. Right. So you have a slightly different view of your personal security. And how you go about behave. What stuff you might put online all that kind of stuff? So just have a little bit of impact on your life. But I come back to something around. The fact that actually is a tiny number of people out there who wishes really hostile intent all the work. We do is lawful is proportionate is necessary is a really small sector of the population. Actually, actively out causes home. Listen to the BBC World Service. I'm Lou Jones. It's been a long and bruising campaign in the Brazilian presidential election voters, go to the polls for the second round. This Sunday the far right candidate j Bolsonaro is a head of his rival Fernando her dad in the opinion polls. But there's been accusations that misinformation and fake news about the election has been circulating on social media, undermining the legitimacy of the vote, our correspondent, Katie Watson to poets from Brazil. Mail. Normal says a his show. It's the perfect recipe for scan ongoing a video with menacing music and the sinister looking man warning that Brazil's electric voting system is prone to fraud swim cell. Massage at the end, the man states. You'll mission is to share this message and people have despite it being reported as fake news every day, new videos and photos circulate on social media here in Brazil, and many of them a phonies from back in the newsroom Avesta down one of Brazil's. Biggest papers a small team is working hard and positive project. Could prove it a group of twenty four publications that have joined forces to become fact checkers for fake news. Most of which they say comes from j bulletin hours supporters. Danube righty is the head of data journalism and says the widespread use of what's app during these elections has worrying consequences. It is so dangerous that we cannot even know how dangerous it is. Because really we don't know what we are dealing with. You can't fight this bubble. Just.
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"From the BBC World Service. We look at China's organ transplant system has the country really given up its reliance on the organs of executed prisoners. And why does this seem to be a booming trade in Trump's plant tourism with foreigners coming to China for organs at short notice to the official numbers of operations stack up? That's in the next edition of discovery with me, Matthew hill. BBC news with David Austin, the Russian deputy foreign minister has said it would be very dangerous for the United States to withdraw from a major nuclear arms agreement. He was responding to President Trump's announcement that he intends to leave the thirty year old treaty on medium range nuclear missiles. Afghans who couldn't vote in Saturday's parliamentary elections, and are casting their ballots is the votes spilled over into a second day on the first day violence threats and technical problems foiled electoral process at hundreds of polling stations. There's been a big demonstration in Punjab state in northern India at the site where a speeding train killed more than sixty people on Friday police used batons to disperse protesters blocking the railway like the railway tracks officials say many of Friday's victims have been dismembered beyond recognition. The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is insisting that the bedouin village of Haenel Amer in the occupied. West Bank will be evacuated. This is despite earlier reports that the move would be indefinitely postponed. Earlier local Palestinian spokesman said demonstrations to save the village would continue Beijing's top official in the Chinese territory of Macau has died after falling. From a tool building the Chinese. Authorities said junk shell song had been suffering from depression also in China. They're removes afoot to rescue twenty two mine workers trapped underground at the coal mine. State media say the exit from the mine in Shandong province was blocked by a rock burst caused by the buildup of pressure triggered by mine. Excavations, the Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan is said his country will face bankruptcy. If it does not borrow money in the next two months. He was speaking after Pakistan approached the International Monetary Fund for a bailout when an opposition Mr. Khan was a strong critic of IMF loans. BBC news. Please. Hello. Yes, matthew. Hello sorry. I didn't know if you were able to talk now. Yeah. The trying to get a better idea of how this works. How much it's gonna cost for the liver. Problem liver. Psoriasis. Yes. Yes. Right here. Come here. Your what I? I bet you on the line. Right. Next thirty. It's possible to look online and find Chinese hospitals offering transplant operations to follow this. This is one of the first ones, I rang up. This official was rather cagey about how long it might take. But finding the cost was more straightforward..
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"Is the BBC World Service. I'm. And in business daily shortly in normal times when a respected newspaper prince allegations of tax against a sitting US president you'd expect a big political pull out but not with President Trump. His lawyer says a report making that exact claim in the New York Times is false. Trump says it's boring and just maybe he's right? We'll ask why after the news. BBC news with Justin green, the president of South Korea is told the BBC that it's only a matter of time before Washington NPR young declare an end to their decades of hostility on the Korean peninsula. President moon Jae-in admitted that there could be more diplomatic bumps and bruises along the way as he tries to persuade Kim Jong UN to give up his nuclear weapons, according Turkey has resumed sharing the case of the American pasta, Andrew Bramsen. He's been detained in the country for two years on charges of supporting terrorism. His continued detention prompted Washington imposed sanctions on Turkish ministers and raise tariffs causing the Turkish currency to fall techy imposed retaliatory tariffs. US media reports say the Turkish government has audio and video recordings that they say proved that the missing Saudi journalist Jamal was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul ten days ago, they say the recordings provide graphic evidence. Saudi Arabia has denied all involvement. The former South African foreign minister pick Berta has died in Pretoria. The age of eighty six he was one of the most recognizable faces of the South African government during his years of international isolation over its apartheid policy. The Pakistani President has sacked to high court judge who publicly accused the country's powerful intelligence service of manipulating judicial decisions to influence the last general election in a public speech days before the July elections Shaukat Aziz Siddiqi had accused the interservices intelligence being fully involved in influencing judicial process and conspiring to keep the former prime minister now I Sharif behind bars during the poll. At least forty people have been killed by landslides and flooding caused by torrential rain in eastern Uganda on Thursday several hundred people are still unaccounted for the government says rescue teams have been dispatched to the area near the Kenyan border. BBC news. Hello. And welcome to business daily from the BBC. I'm Manueta sat across coming up. President Trump is probably a tax cheat. So says the New York Times after an exhaustive investigation. We're not talking tens of millions. We're talking hundreds of millions if not more than. Yeah. I mean, what's owed his massive President Trump's Lewis says the claimed a false, but is the real story that no one seems to camp. There is a sense that everything to do with the financial world is corrupt anyway, and you don't need to trust traditional media to tell you things that's all here in business daily from the BBC. Earlier this month..
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"On the BBC World Service after the news. I'll be looking at the world of big philanthropy large-scale private giving led by individuals, not governments and the impact that it's having in Africa asking what motivates philanthropists saw they decide which areas to support and as well as looking at the good it can do asking whether big giving is always the best option. That's part. One. Of Africa's big philanthropy coming up in a few minutes here on the BBC. BBC news with Gareth Barlow. Hundreds of thousands of people in the southeastern United States have been urged to evacuate their homes in preparation for the arrival of hurricane Michael, the Florida governor, Rick Scott said Michael was expected to be the most deadly destructive storm to hit the states Gulf Coast, panhandle area in decades, and it second warning in twenty four hours, the International Monetary Fund to sit there is a real risk of a widespread shock to the world economy. The I'm said investors should be aware of complacency over rising stock markets. A new report says that the majority of countries are failing to address the needs of the more than a billion people worldwide affected by mental health disorders. The study published in the Lancet journal says that this failure is exacerbating, poverty and cutting economic progress. Brazil social democrat party has said it will not openly support the left-wing presidential candidate financial had at announcement is a major setback for Mr. dad who liked behind the. The far right candidate does not in the first round of voting on Sunday. President Trump has said that he's next summit with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN will take place after the US midterm elections in November early at the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo said that he could see a path to the full and final denuclearization of North Korea. A Rwandan opposition politician freed from prison on bail has vowed to continue with her political activities in an interview with the BBC. Diane Rui Gara said she did not want to do not want people in Rwanda to live in fear and Australian government review into religious freedom is expected to include a call for the schools to be given the right to turn away gay students. The Riddick review recommends amendments to the country's sex discrimination legislation to allow religious schools to refuse students on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. BBC's? This is the BBC World Service. We're we're looking at philanthropy. Some of the world's richest people are giving away billions of dollars to aid global development. What is clear is that giving big money away.
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"They've submitted a complaint calling for Facebook to be prosecuted at least eight people have been treated in hospital after breathing toxic gases in an Australian hotel worker at the Pullman hotel in Sydney accidentally mixed swimming, pool, chlorine and hydrochloric acid causing hydrogen chloride gas to flow through the hotel's air conditioning. The eight people are said to be in a stable condition and follow Titians in the second largest city in the US have voted to ban for products from being made or sold their activists hope that a ban in Los Angeles known as one of the fashion capitals of the world will send a message about what they see as an unacceptable practice. The proposals will now go to the city's mayor for. Approval. Thanks, David the personal archive of the British author and journalist George Orwell's being formally added to a prestigious UNESCO. Literary. Register to Egan reports the memory of the world programme seeks to collect and safeguard material deemed to have universal value for its documentation of humanity included is the Magna Carta document often claim to be the cornerstone of English liberty law and democracy and the West Indian committee collection crucial to the comprehension of the transatlantic slave trade. Now, it's to include the Orwell well papers, which consists of manuscript notebooks diaries, letters and other personal papers and photographs belonging to the writer as well as creating the celebrated novel nineteen Eighty-four which featured the character big brother or well, also penned animal farm, an allegory about the nine thousand nine hundred seventeen Russian revolution among the collection, which is currently at university. College London are the first jotting. Some of the most well known words and phrases from Orwell's books, including two minutes hate and speak from nineteen Eighty-four always adopted, son. Richard Blair, sit the inclusion of the collection in the memory of the world international. Register was a clear indication of value attached to his father's works. Terry Egan, that's all from us. Stay tuned now for summary of the latest world news. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the.
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"Listening to the BBC World Service. With me at Butler whereas another European football season prepares to launch we're looking at the seemingly inexhaustible marketing growth of the world's favourite game Ronaldo. Is, this year's hundred million dollar player he's thirty three years old with deals like this does the elite soccer spending spree make, any financial sense business daily in a couple of minutes BBC. News with Jerry Smith the tinian Senate. Has voted down a proposal to liberalize the country's strict devotion laws the. Result was close thirty eight to thirty one and came at. The end of a long debate divided the, country in opposing camps Taiwan has dismissed Chinese plan to link the two. With an undersea tunnel it said it was. Well aware of China's intentions under there'd be no talks over the proposal the plan was to link Nova any city to Fujian province in China The Russian embassy in Washington has criticized the sanctions. The US is imposed over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain called the measures. To Conan and again denied it was involved in the nerve agent attack A quote. In Thailand has sentenced among to more than one hundred years in jail for fraud and money laundering the case was opened five years ago when. Footage of whereupon super pon on a private jet holding wads of. Cash it's expected that the Zimababwean opposition leader Tendai. Biti will be sent back to his home country today of design be rejected his claim for asylum his lawyer said Mr. BT have been kept in police custody overnight Reports from Gaza. Say three people have. Been killed in Israeli airstrikes on the territory Earlier rockets have been fired from, Gaza into Israel the authorities said some people who needed medical attention There's been a rise in. The number of people opting out of organ donation in the Netherlands where low. About seeming automatic consent and this has been a registered objection is due to come. Into a fate religion appears to have played a. Role in the rise with many Muslims opting out The Swedish furniture giant eyecare has opened his first I don't in India As part of a. Long term investment plan is hoping to appeal to the growing middle, class there, is employing staff. To help customers assemble it's flat. Pack furniture BBC news.