23 Burst results for "Ben Ali"

"ben ali" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:39 min | 3 weeks ago

"ben ali" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"You know, usually they kind of know these things. So I don't know what happened there. I don't know if psi is got fired off this horse. I don't know if they actually did have commitments at keenland. That they couldn't break. But it's bothering me a lot more than it should. I think fearless is the one to beat. I'm going to put them on top, but it's scares me that Louis science is not there to ride them. Probably more than it should. So a big red butler. If somebody were to guarantee just give me the exact, he was fired off the source. Okay, then I have no problem and I want fearless and whatever. I would have a problem knowing that he chose the races at keenland over this $1 million race at Oakland. That doesn't make sense to me. So I'm a little bit confused. Bob's going with idol. I'm going with fearless in what to me is a head scratcher of an Oak Lawn handicap race 11 tomorrow at Oakland park. Speaking of keenland, they've got two big races on their Saturday card, including the grade three $300,000 Ben Ali, race number 8 on the card, four year olds and up, going a mile and an 8th on the main track field of 8 to go to post here, bob. And several different ways you can go warrant is your two to one morning line favorite. Yeah, first of all, tip of the cap to the two time Canadian horse of the year, mighty Hart, who's the two horse in here who had a prep race and an allowance race at Keenan last year on April 17th, ran third and then parlayed that effort into a very good effort at the end of May and then a $150,000 stake called the blame winning by a nose under today's pilot James Graham at Churchill. And then went on to do what mighty Hart does, and that's run a string of very good races. Mostly on the synthetic surface up, it would bind. It's good that he's back. He's an outstanding horse. Pretty exciting. All that being said, a warrant who was pretty unlucky to lose last time in the big cap. Returns to keenland has run once there. I think he's a much better horse than he was back then. I think he's ready to take a step forward. I think throughout the course of the year, he's going to develop into one of the best 5 or 6 horses in the older handicapped division in the U.S. and this is just a step along the way. I just find it very difficult to oppose flavian Pratt and Brad Cox with a warrant, of course it should be noted here that Pratt has shifted. RM started briskly at risk please the one that shifted his tech to Kentucky, Pratt has already three for 7 for Cox. So obviously he's in that barn and wants to expand his options in this barn quite a bit winning the Ben Ali would be a big step forward for the Pratt Cox combination. All right, warrant for bob, I went to number three proxy. I loved what I saw from him in his 2022 debut in an allowance race two starts ago. He parlayed that into a very good second place finish behind olympiad last time out in the New Orleans classic. Olympiad, I'm amazed through olympiads, not in the Oakland handicap. I thought he'd be even money in that $1 million race if he showed up there, but he didn't. A proxy was second best to him. Last time out, I think a repeat of that race would make him very, very tough. And he's a square price at 7 to two on the morning line proxy for me. Warrant for bob and the grade three Ben Ali. One more break. When we come back, we'll go back to equilibrium for their great two elkhorn. Look at a couple of Sunday stakes on the aqueduct card. You're listening to the weekend stakes preview presented by naira bets on the horse racing radio network. And.

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"ben ali" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"ben ali" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Two military trucks and a couple Tunisian soldiers in there strolling the grounds The police thoroughly checked my papers in front of the shuttered parliament where no lawmaker has been allowed since president kais saei dissolved it at the end of July with COVID raging and lawmakers bickering most people cheered the move but not everyone I was like dame He could have done it in a smoother way He could have warrant I'm going to do that if you don't do X Y Z That Sami ashore founder and CEO of a software company He says he understands why people support said the government failed to contain COVID There was widespread corruption and the economy is miserable in September Saeed took another step invoking an emergency article in the constitution so he could temporarily rule by decree I sure says for now that's been accepted too because people are so fed up But it could cause problems very soon That sounds wrong signals to foreign investors No investors are going to put money in a country where they don't respect their own constitution People are not going to take the risk Ten years ago tunisians overthrew dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali in the first Arab Spring revolution since then tunisians wrote a constitution and held free presidential and parliamentary elections 39 year old omid Khalifa returned from her engineering studies in France to play a part in her country's new future So I think we've accomplished huge steps towards really creating democracy at least trying to build institutions that would bring checks and balances and would it allow a new dictatorship to come back But I feel all these spillers are completely shaken today Sayed was elected with large support in 2019 Shelley for says people have huge trust in the constitutional law professor who says he would never compromise.

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A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants

TED Talks Daily

01:54 min | 11 months ago

A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants

"A decade ago after peaceful revolution toppled longtime tunisia dictator bin. Ali i was sitting in an orange grove outside athens. Greece documented migrants. Were hiding there. I came to interview them about human rights abuses suffered while enter europe one of them. Tunisian fellow in a leather jacket explained the people who overthrew ben ali they want democracy and identified life. We across the mediterranean want. Democracy didn't life. What is the difference. The migrant is a kind of revolutionary is idea stuck with me and informed might work as a lawyer and a scholar ever since as middle eastern revolutions turned into civil wars. The refugee crisis unfolded in the measuring. This exacerbated political pressures against asylum-seekers. Initially the european court of human rights took a strong stand against sport or violence in two thousand twelve court decided that the cannot turn asylum seekers back from the mediterranean dangerous libyan territory that first hearing them the human rights community cheer. I was not one of those who cheered in my scholarship. I predicted that this kind of decision could also generate bad results states determined to enforce their own return back asylum seekers even before the entered the supervision of their own courts. I was regretfully correct in recent years. The italians have relied on living to do their dirty work. So eager are some european governments deduction on human rights obligations if an armed libyan militia ignoring the rampant use of torture. This is also why since january. Twenty fourteen more than thirty. Four thousand migrants died by grounding in the mediterranean and since covid nineteen again the militarized border into. Mentoring has come in some ways. Even more extreme but has the militarized quarter caused deaths by drowning.

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"ben ali" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"ben ali" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the listeners of KQED. Good morning. I'm Beth. Hi, Zynga. It's been a minute with Sam Sanders. That's coming your way in about 18 minutes. This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon turned out a turkey where a feud between the government and they convicted organized crime boss as much of the country. Hunched over their computer screens. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports that weekly video messages with explosive allegations of high level corruption have infuriated President Erdogan, who vows revenge. For more than a month. Accusation filled videos from Turkish mob boss said that Pecker have dropped every week in the movie theater troupe, for Like, You know, this Trigger will literally the day any company. They include tales of vicious infighting among groups close to president regift. I appear to one and shadowy ties between monsters and officials. And although the allegations are uncorroborated they've become must see viewing for many people across the country. Party, A 41 year old Istanbul resident who asked that his family name not be used for fear of retaliation by the authorities says it reminds him of when he was growing up, and mob activity seemed virtually unchecked Books on Land Mafia Is there several Sweden I was born in 1980. I lived in the nineties Mafia Turkey. This is an extension of that period. This is the 2000 model of the same thing. One of peckers bombshell allegations involves the son of a former Turkish prime minister. Pecker says was instrumental in setting up a new route for narcotics from Venezuela to Turkey, allegedly concealed in packages of imported cheese party says that really got his attention. You wouldn't care on their e don't shake the drug issue he mentioned. What was the name of that guy with the chief? I think that's unbelievably fantastic. Ex vice president Ben Ali Yildirim denied that allegation..

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"ben ali" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Cities. As the country rials from economic turmoil. Correspondent Karen Shamus has detailed police use take us to disperse disgruntled protesters who blocked roads by burning tires and three stones and other objects of police and businesses. Thea Pro is a combination of conditions, anger that the country is on the verge of bankruptcy and has dire public services. Many feel disappointed that on the 10 year anniversary of the revolution that ousted autocratic President Zine el Aberdeen, Ben Ali, there is little to show in terms of improvements. Police swooped in as shops and banks were looted and vandalized, arresting dozens of years. According to the Tunisian form of economic and social rights. More than 1000 demonstrations took place in November alone. I'm Karen Shamas, police and Amsterdam, turning a water cannon on hundreds of demonstrators who were taking part in a band protest against the Dutch government, and it's tough lockdown concerning the virus. Police on horseback eventually moved in to break up the demonstrations. Or in the stories of town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief Thank you is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question, Beaton, says Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right designs to hell on now, I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients that each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic. Pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans find such wonderful pain relief If you have back pain, shoulder, neck, hip, knee or foot pain from exercise, or even just getting older, you must order the three week quick start now discounted the only 1995 to see if it will work for you, too. I think it could give your body what it needs to heal itself. Got to really factor dot com Call 805 100. 83 84 early factor dot com. Music icon Phil Specter did at 81. Phil Specter was considered a music visionary for his wall of sound approach to pop songs like Be My Baby. He's a rebel and you've lost that loving feeling. It was characterized by overdubs of string instruments, vocals and sound effects. What he called little symphonies for the kids. His eccentric behavior earned him the reputation as a mad genius, but it grew more erratic. His marriage to Ronnie Bennett of the Ronettes ended in divorce as she claimed he imprisoned her in their home. Specter was convicted of murdering actor Lama Clarkson at his home outside Los Angeles in 2003. I'm Archie Szaroleta in Chicago, authorities say. A 61 year old woman has become the fourth person to die from a series of shootings this month by alone, government He was later killed in a police shootout. Cook County Medical examiner's office said The woman died Saturday, one week after she and others were shot in a four hour period breaking news and analysis a town hall dot com. Speaking to the Salem radio network, Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz says the house violated numerous laws. With Wednesday's impeachment vote violated the First Amendment violated the impeachment clauses of the constitution. They violate the 25th amendment. They violated the bill of attainder clause of the Constitution. They broke the record. No Congress in history has ever been more above the law than this Congress. There's good says the Congress violated quote more provisions of the Constitution than any others before it. Busy week on Wall Street this past week down, dust rials Closed out at 30,000 Won 84 NASDAQ finished the week just below the 13,000 market. 12 9 99..

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Violent youth protests hit Tunisia amid economic turmoil

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Violent youth protests hit Tunisia amid economic turmoil

"Violent protests erupted in several Tunisian cities as the country reels from economic turmoil police used tear gas to disperse disgruntled protesters who blocked roads by burning tires and threw stones and other objects at police and businesses the uproar is a combination of two missions anger that the country is on the verge of bankruptcy and has the higher public services many feel disappointed that on the ten year anniversary of the revolution that ousted autocratic president zine el Abidine Ben Ali there is little to show in terms of improvements police sweeps in the shops and banks were looted and vandalized arresting thousands of years according to the Tunisian form of economic and social rights more than one thousand demonstrations took place in November alone I'm Karen Thomas

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"ben ali" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on KCRW

"From NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. What is left of the Arab spring After a decade of civil wars and government crackdowns, It's easy to forget. That December of 2010 started as a time of hope in the Middle East that chant the people want the fall of the regime was heard from Tunisia to Egypt to Syria. MPR's Ruth Sherlock in Beirut covered those events and reports that some are still trying to keep the ideals of the Arab spring. Live on December, 17th 2000 and 10, a Tunisian fruit seller, set himself on fire in a desperate protest against corruption. His act brought people to the streets in mass demonstrations, and in just a month long time president is in Aberdeen, Ben Ali fled the country. Then something even more shocking. In Egypt, crowds occupied downtown Cairo's terrorist square. The demonstration spreads to Bahrain, Algeria, Yemen and beyond. Libya. Protests turned to fighting and the U. S and other countries back to the rebels. The dictator while more Gadhafi was forced from power and killed in late 2000 and 11 But the Arab spring had taken a dark turn in Syria. Regime troops fired on crowds of protesters igniting a civil war that's claimed half a million lives, displaced millions and still goes.

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"ben ali" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. What is left of the Arab spring After a decade of civil wars and government crackdowns, It's easy to forget. That December of 2010 started as a time of hope in the Middle East that chant the people want the fall of the regime was heard from Tunisia to Egypt to Syria. MPR's Ruth Sherlock in Beirut covered those events and reports that some are still trying to keep the ideals of the Arab spring alive. December, 17th 2000 and 10, a Tunisian fruit seller, set himself on fire in a desperate protest against corruption. His act brought people to the streets in mass demonstrations, and in just a month long time president is in an Aberdeen Ben Ali fled the country, then something even more shocking. In Egypt, crowds occupied downtown Cairo's terrorist square. The demonstration spreads to Bahrain, Algeria, Yemen and beyond. Libya. Protests turned to fighting and the U. S and other countries back to the rebels. The dictator while more Gadhafi was forced from power and killed in late 2000 and 11, but the Arab spring had taken a dark turn. In Syria, raising troops fired on crowds of protesters igniting a civil war that's claimed half a million lives. Displaced millions and still goes.

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"ben ali" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. What is left of the Arab spring After a decade of civil wars and government crackdowns, It's easy to forget. That December of 2010 started as a time of hope in the Middle East that chant the people want the fall of the regime was heard from Tunisia to Egypt to Syria. MPR's Ruth Sherlock in Beirut covered those events and reports that some are still trying to keep The ideals of the Arab spring alive. On December 17th 2000 and 10, a Tunisian fruit seller, set himself on fire in a desperate protest against corruption. His act brought people to the streets in mass demonstrations, and in just a month long time president is in an Aberdeen Ben Ali fled the country. Then something even more shocking. In Egypt, crowds occupied downtown Cairo's terrorist square. The demonstration spreads to Bahrain, Algeria, Yemen and beyond. In Libya, protests turned to fighting and the U. S and other countries back to the rebels. The dictator Whammo Gadhafi was forced from power and killed in late 2000 and 11, but the Arab spring had taken a dark turn. In Syria. Regime troops fired on crowds of protesters igniting a civil war that's claimed half a million lives. Displaced millions and still goes.

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"ben ali" Discussed on Dreamer Talks

Dreamer Talks

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Dreamer Talks

"They might also enjoy this podcast. And there are a lot of other interviews. I've done with other dreamers. So make sure to check them out as well. This week's episode was fully recorded over zoo and here and there throughout the episode. We had a bit of difficulties with the interaction. So the audio is a bit choppy every now and then Aside from that please enjoy this. Awesome interview within honor up another thing. I would like to add before we get started is the music. You're listening to right now in. The background is ben himself his personal music and even check it out on spotify or i tunes were youtube really any place you get your music So check them out enjoy. Today we're joined over zoom with benjamin or his artistic name ben ali and all the social media links so you can check out music. Instagram and everything is linked down below. Yeah without further ado ben. If you could please introduce yourself. Tell us where you're from and then we'll get into some questions back and forth. Hello everyone my name. Is benjamin other hand for first of all. Thank you for having me These an amazing opportunity and I was born in mexico. City nineteen ninety-six. I'm twenty four years old right now. i'm a musician is studied contemporary writing and production. And i also have my Project as an artist. And and right. Now i live in mexico city. I just moved in here one month ago but right now this is my base mexico. Safety amazing incredible. So amazing little intro there. If you could please take us back to earlier. We were talking. You told me there your origin story. If you were written out as a superhero how. It all began For you in music and to pursue this passion so please okay. I started playing piano when i was four years old. My brothers were having lessons. I have older brothers. Were having lessons in piano in my house. And i was very attracted to the to the sound of the piano. More than anything For me it was a news found found in in in my brain news you was Clicked with me. So i started taking piano lessons classical piano lessons for about nine ten years. It was a serious in those in that time. It was a serious hobby. I can say Was practicing leg one hour every day or two hours taking classes twice a week and After when i was like about nine years old. I took the itar to play rock and blues so i was in those two tracks classical and blues a and i was about to be I wanted to go into the concern mexico to pay to play piano actually but Something something happened. That i didn't pursue careers a as a classical piano player. Vice are pursuing careers as guitarist songwriter performer. This is when you're still thirteen fourteen. Yes i'm still hurting gene. I'm playing gigs with bands. There's these little How can i say compensation as gold blowing shine in mexico. And i was lucky too to win a couple of those guitar player and singer so that a ought to keep doing that a career so after that i took a couple of courses in berkeley college of music. I went all the to boston. And i took From production courses to musicianship to dance courses. it was a very There's a lot of variety of different classes. So you gun to choose what you want in instantly fell in love with production Why because it's how they call it like in the box..

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"ben ali" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"ben ali" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"With that theory. So we started talking at a protest movement, the Arab spring and analogize that to a current protest movement, of which there's a subset, which are rioters. I think again getting back to the broader protest movements. You know, one of you. One of the big distinctions is that while I agree with you that writers would disproportionately like to see your trump bars out of the White House in handcuffs. But if you're to compare movement to movement, you know the Arab spring movement to the current protest that we see. I think you'll find that that peaceful protestors during the Arab Spring wanted to see Mubarak or Ben Ali Marsh out of power in handcuffs, whereas here I think you'll find a lot who would like Democratic change. As opposed to, you know, forcible change via military coup or the like again. It's just they're different moments. General aspirations. It's not, You know, we don't disagree that there are revolutionary elements there. I think the point I was just making is what kind of sway they hold over the movement as a whole. Just a quick answer on this, because maybe it's a point of clarification that I'm misunderstanding. And this this little piece of data will will help me better. And maybe the anodyne CE member listening right now we're the Arab was the Arab spring. Much like the same violent rioting taking place. And what I mean is when it comes to the air of spring. We know there were protests, people taking to the streets, but maybe I have a misunderstanding of how violent Those protests got and maybe more specifically, property damage and looting of stores and things of that nature was the Arab spring different in that regard. It was different. It's not as though there was no violence, remember also you you have The the Arab spring in a lot of these countries. Organizing to oppose the regime was something that people knew it was very dangerous to do. That's the nature of of states that are authoritarian. There was a lot of Clamp down by security forces. Obviously here you've seen ah lot of fighting between protesters and police as well, but it was, it looked very different. Defeat, but it was debated and we lost him. I will try call guys like all right. When we get feedback on, we'll circle back and get this back on on on on a proper track Manager. You've got a lot out. You've got a lot of questions with regard to this going on. It's a fascinating conversation, and the analogies are certainly there and and I am what I was hoping and hopefully we'll get him back on here in a moment, and I want to continue down this path. A little bit in terms of the response that we've seen to a lot of the rioting, a lot of the unrest a lot of the violence with the with the leadership in the city's either being unwilling or unable to actually step up and stop them. And now federal troops are coming in and protecting certain assets. You know, I mean, this idea that there are federal stormtroopers roving cities. Is ridiculous, and it's a complete it's a complete lie a mischaracterization of what's actually going on. You have federal properties in federal assets that need to be protected. And it is the duty and responsibility of these thieves. Homeland security troops step in and protect things like courthouses in Portland. We have to be back on we D'oh, okay? We lost you there sort of mid answer. Yeah, that's that's what's kept us for you. Ah, I only got a few minutes left 11 more question on this and talking. You know, we'll stay on the unrest. There's been a lot of accusations flowing around from from both sides. Politically, where you've got Democrats that are saying that these this unrest is being fomented and overblown. By the Trump administration because they believe that that's going to be his campaign plank is law and order and that this is what America is going to look like. If Trump's not in office when you have the other side, saying that a lot of the the violence and the and the unrest has been Has been allowed to occur by Democrat leadership in a lot of cities and Portland here in Minneapolis and Chicago, and so on, because they want to continue. They want to create the notion that this is America under Trump. And if you want it to change, we've got to get trump out of office. I know you. You follow this stuff pretty closely in terms.

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"ben ali" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The energy sector and the region's economies OB battling both covered nineteen and the oil price crash as tensions between market forces and management in the oil sector increase the Arab petroleum investment corporation's annualized no presents a weakening landscape and possible merges on the horizon let's bring it later Ben Ali she's the chief economist at Arab petroleum investments corporation they're always great to get your take on what the future looks like for us we we drilled into the numbers and and you talk about the private sector I suppose this is the big risk group was just talking about that about capital the private sector's share of energy investment is going to drop by twenty percent this year versus twenty two percent last year what are the biggest risks from not dissipation of private sector investment hello good good good morning minus good morning user I'm so I'm so glad to be with you this morning we've noticed a major actually degree professional degrees in a private investments in the energy sector indeed and that's not I don't think that's something that is of primary events in the region because in this region this crisis came a time where the private sector was differently feeble and and and why I'm sure I laid out today is a landmark moment over the last twenty four hours have been because you had Saudi Aramco executing the acquisition of a seventy percent stake in Saudi basic industries block trades worth sixty nine billion dollars huge transaction but maybe a bit of a scene setter of what is to come in terms of mergers in terms of acquisition right I mean it's it's good that you are reminded us of that acquisition but that's something that was in the cards before the current crisis I think what's twenty twenty is big enough is is a global reset you will have you wouldn't have to expect a restructuring of the value chains I would say in favor of the producers which are in the best physical position and and social media Ramco and others are are different in that position and also the players are facing the least leveraged answer twenty twenty with the beast yeah that's definitely something that's that's we are looking at and these will be also the same players that would be the best targets in terms of acquisitions so you would have in the energy sector overall and the associated I would say petrochemicals and service sectors as well more pressure to preserve a longtime fight fish increase up to to preserve evidence as well so that explains the there were potential wave of mergers and acquisitions that we can see which are June to the twenty twenty crisis is as we mentioned all reporting investments are being cuts and that's something that is I would say quite similar to what we've seen and different in the previous downturns the only difference this year is it started in the first it right away back in the twenty fourteen twenty sixteen downtown if you remember a user it took a couple of years to see those degrees of twenty five point twenty point twenty five percent year on year in capital investment the state this year resting their heads globally in twenty twenty and in the region of the oil and gas sector is the one that takes him most of the major hates because in in in theory you would see a utilities and renewables they can the most hated but this year that the upstream I would say and on the downstream part of the business we take most of most of the hits we might see and can I just ask you can I just ask you on on that line of thought on the on anime I would rather go could it be because typically this MNA upstream and dine street is within borders it is within national parameters to deliver those efficiencies through MNA what is the probability of something much more radical happening and cross border Annonay within the oil and gas going forward as a result of the pressure from cove it this year I that's a great question mine is I think the probability is higher and that's something that we have been tracking in at last year actually before Kobe nineteen crisis starts it because we already started to see the change of the nature of the relationship between institutional investors as a whole including the largest ones like this summer twelve fines and the energy sector so the energy sector as a whole is is coming to twenty twenty with squeezed margins across the value chain I mean I can give you the example of a less than ten percent to the specific parts of the gas value chain where we can still see robust fundamentals and robust demand going forward and also the fact that the energy sector over the last decade has been delivering very very long wait times due to investors and shareholders compared to other sectors so I wouldn't be surprised if you see including differently including cross borders MNAs in in the future and the emergence of new business models because I think most of the nineteen one thing that we learned is our specialization of with not to be the rights of business strategy to go or and a bit more diversification and integration across the value chain to be able to to balance the risks yeah and and and have a comfortable second goal of the value chain in and not so good so you will see that measure our larger players more integrated and ready yeah after all I would say the problems are that you will get a circle in nineteen

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The Future of the Energy Sector

BTV Simulcast

06:27 min | 2 years ago

The Future of the Energy Sector

"The energy sector and the region's economies OB battling both covered nineteen and the oil price crash as tensions between market forces and management in the oil sector increase the Arab petroleum investment corporation's annualized no presents a weakening landscape and possible merges on the horizon let's bring it later Ben Ali she's the chief economist at Arab petroleum investments corporation they're always great to get your take on what the future looks like for us we we drilled into the numbers and and you talk about the private sector I suppose this is the big risk group was just talking about that about capital the private sector's share of energy investment is going to drop by twenty percent this year versus twenty two percent last year what are the biggest risks from not dissipation of private sector investment hello good good good morning minus good morning user I'm so I'm so glad to be with you this morning we've noticed a major actually degree professional degrees in a private investments in the energy sector indeed and that's not I don't think that's something that is of primary events in the region because in this region this crisis came a time where the private sector was differently feeble and and and why I'm sure I laid out today is a landmark moment over the last twenty four hours have been because you had Saudi Aramco executing the acquisition of a seventy percent stake in Saudi basic industries block trades worth sixty nine billion dollars huge transaction but maybe a bit of a scene setter of what is to come in terms of mergers in terms of acquisition right I mean it's it's good that you are reminded us of that acquisition but that's something that was in the cards before the current crisis I think what's twenty twenty is big enough is is a global reset you will have you wouldn't have to expect a restructuring of the value chains I would say in favor of the producers which are in the best physical position and and social media Ramco and others are are different in that position and also the players are facing the least leveraged answer twenty twenty with the beast yeah that's definitely something that's that's we are looking at and these will be also the same players that would be the best targets in terms of acquisitions so you would have in the energy sector overall and the associated I would say petrochemicals and service sectors as well more pressure to preserve a longtime fight fish increase up to to preserve evidence as well so that explains the there were potential wave of mergers and acquisitions that we can see which are June to the twenty twenty crisis is as we mentioned all reporting investments are being cuts and that's something that is I would say quite similar to what we've seen and different in the previous downturns the only difference this year is it started in the first it right away back in the twenty fourteen twenty sixteen downtown if you remember a user it took a couple of years to see those degrees of twenty five point twenty point twenty five percent year on year in capital investment the state this year resting their heads globally in twenty twenty and in the region of the oil and gas sector is the one that takes him most of the major hates because in in in theory you would see a utilities and renewables they can the most hated but this year that the upstream I would say and on the downstream part of the business we take most of most of the hits we might see and can I just ask you can I just ask you on on that line of thought on the on anime I would rather go could it be because typically this MNA upstream and dine street is within borders it is within national parameters to deliver those efficiencies through MNA what is the probability of something much more radical happening and cross border Annonay within the oil and gas going forward as a result of the pressure from cove it this year I that's a great question mine is I think the probability is higher and that's something that we have been tracking in at last year actually before Kobe nineteen crisis starts it because we already started to see the change of the nature of the relationship between institutional investors as a whole including the largest ones like this summer twelve fines and the energy sector so the energy sector as a whole is is coming to twenty twenty with squeezed margins across the value chain I mean I can give you the example of a less than ten percent to the specific parts of the gas value chain where we can still see robust fundamentals and robust demand going forward and also the fact that the energy sector over the last decade has been delivering very very long wait times due to investors and shareholders compared to other sectors so I wouldn't be surprised if you see including differently including cross borders MNAs in in the future and the emergence of new business models because I think most of the nineteen one thing that we learned is our specialization of with not to be the rights of business strategy to go or and a bit more diversification and integration across the value chain to be able to to balance the risks yeah and and and have a comfortable second goal of the value chain in and not so good so you will see that measure our larger players more integrated and ready yeah after all I would say the problems are that you will get a circle in nineteen

"ben ali" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"CD qualified as a tiny island kingdom around the shape near the mouth of the red seat been there, I suppose as long as any other island the world but nobody gave it a thought until just recently during all that excitement over the oil concession, and then suddenly this forgotten little blob of sand have to look carefully on the map for it became sort of battlefield, the scene of an undeclared world, war and miniature, who zinc was caught up right in the midst of. Oh, do you think? Salmon I flew down and his private constellation to the nearest airport about seventy miles down the coast yacht was waiting there for us, and that's how we got to Kuala Body in style. We were met in the port by some solemn-looking nabobs from the all Sautin who told us we'd be received at court that evening I was also given a note from Lila. Will meet you. My Darling began in the courtyard of the whispering lions. I long to see you take the narrow road that leads in the street of the Cobbler's turn. Your left at the street of the bill is a bird cages and continue through the garden of nameless delight. I will be there when the moon is risen in the third hour. But be careful, the city is all of our enemies. And you are in great peril. More of the same sort of lyrics, but you get the idea, I was just reading over the NABOBS, particularly repellent old bandit with a moth, eaten beard and one glittering either white, if which was the color of Kathy Lee idled up to me. This July! Yes, may your shadow never grow? What's your back Nigga? Bed and your cheeks Deva with ice or two thousand. For you. This sudden worthy wasn't this despicable dog. Is none other than Jakko bonaly hibernate grand vizier. Trump if what you're trying to tell is that you're a big. Shot. Of course it is an expression of the matic. You. Day I. Of You. Yes right hand, man right. A. Ben Ali Hamid Stockton's right, and the individuals is wait a minute. Don't get mad. And who is a hand? And right right. Okay. Win is his law. That's nice, it's. Old, sound of. Your. I speaking. He only smile. If I day into smile and when I frown, he trim from all. This is Dr. Anthony I'm sure I. Meant shouldn't be matters to the great American Lord had a in his never grow. Only deployed out that when the time comes to discuss signing contracts for the oil confessional. Clear.

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"ben ali" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"We're back at the races a little bit of twenty two. Our one on this Thursday and smile came over my face yesterday when Brian Boucher joined us and the word started to circulate about the induct. These the class of twenty twenty and with wise. Dan First Year eligible he. He was obviously a slam dunk and so This conversation was highly anticipated and La. Presi joins US and ill he and wife. Amy will will take In the congratulations for the late more. Think and Charlie What a what a great call. This must have been when you heard. Yeah we're we're over the moon about it Keeneland put a really nice Thing on their page We played all his races here. Keeneland and tell you brought a tear to my Steve. What what what a ride we had with that horse. And there's no doubt and I you know I certainly for us on the show I was able to really chronicle the whole thing and it was just magical and then you fold in Mr finks portion of it and the fact that he was down to his last mayor and had you know the the the sort of pedestrian breeding with Wise Men's ferry and it the granddaughter and all the wonderful elements and then you know with his illness. And Gosh I it just. It was just such a fairy tale story. Yep you're exactly right. Nobody could wrote a story like that. Nobody could have dreamed it up. We could have never imagined that something like that would happen. Here's the way that use life and as small stable as I had Just I don't know we were blessed the we would definitely blessed to have that horse in You know I've talked to some people yesterday and and after having horse like that it's like you know most horses. You know when you have mediocre horses you know what a truly great racehorse is in an wise Dan. He was just a truly great racehorse. I mean talk about slam dunk was a slam dunk. Every time you loaded him in the gate in the afternoon and one thing that that we certainly have to have to bring up it was not without it was not without some hiccups and I think maybe some people that were either late to the story or only know his race record. Forget about you know the colic and the issue and and the uncertainty about bringing them back. Well that's somebody I was talking to a guy about that this morning You know his last year undefeated One the first million dollar race at Keeneland came off. Colic Surgery We left here in the middle of the beginning of summer. Early Summer Starting back at one breeze here keeneland and then went to Saratoga in in In did what he did Just amazing for a horse to come back. And that's what this gentleman was telling me said horses. Just don't come back from something like that. But Steve when he got off the trailer from college surgery. You bounced off the trailer. Like he was to the racist Egypt was. I don't know where he just three different air. I guess the best way to describe. That's you know the that. That's part of the charm of courses like this twenty. Three wins in thirty one starts and other two seconds and you know he did a little bit of everything and and people may not recall before he got really good. You know what you were doing with them at the at the start because he wa- synthetic at turf way and that second starting exploded and I already got beat by a should really look up those horses and see what became of them But then you brought back four weeks later and and things really started. He exploded in that case with the rise. Dan that I was looking for in the first race. You know the way. He ran his second start And then he went over to Churchill. We couldn't get the next race at keeneland. The goal form and we went to church. You know anyone and then he had a little cup there you know. We had the beginnings of a rule hairline cracks in hind ankle. And so he gave him all summer off and then he comes back wins. Ben Ali off the way off people. I is crazy for running them. But if you change the way he was working You could understand what. Put Him in stake. First time out I go back to before the debut and because I I'm sure we talked about it but you know because he won the Phoenix in that you know in that comeback race but it when you know how quickly did you know. Of course you must have had him you. And Amy must have had him for his early development right. We broke him. He came to us when he was weaned and we raised them at the farm and And and we broke him. I beyond with Steve. You know we broken early days In in his early days I mean he was a nice horse but he was Kinda of rangy horse but anyway when when we really started getting going with him when he was a tree role because we didn't do much with them it to when we started doing something with three he really showed some stuff. Early I mean God the way he would gal the way he would work. I think we worked from the gate. One day with another horse. And he went fifty one and he just annihilated another horse but then he was tough to deal with and you know I never knew if I had a morning. Glory if we had a really good horse because he was really tough to deal with I mean and then once we figured out that his stride was so fishing and that's the way he gal everything thirteen fourteen furlong once we figured that out bounds and then we knew we had a pretty serious horse..

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Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?

"December Seventeenth Two thousand ten a twenty six year old to nece- and fruit seller cold muhammed boozy and held no rallies preferring trudge door to door to speak to voters directly. He's message was simple he's clean his own man not on the hook left was an unfair advantage while getting elected as an outsider candidate anywhere is no small accomplishment it is also relatively speaking the easy getting sites proposed reforms onto the statute books will require a two-thirds majority in Tennessee as parliament also under Tunis's system as it stands country ten days after that Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he had ruled for nearly a quarter of a century the which point some biographical buck ground president-elect saieed he'll be at least but if it was a success anywhere and we will come back to the size of that if presently it was in the Arab spring's birthplace this past week she to get things done at home it will also require him to apply for his first pass Bolt welts siders who often show up at these things to make some point or other rather than being a serious contender indeed he claimed he'd never even voted before city of Tunis he helped draft Tunis's new post Arab Spring Constitution but displayed little aspiration to political office until two thousand candidates backed by the established parties he turned the nickname. Robo cop from an insult into a compliment side ran almost no advertising president-elect side now has to try governing while toting a considerable burden of expectations and without a party apparatus to support him ends and which side very much wants to change the presidential purview is limited to national security defense and foreign affairs which may limit sides ability Kende Tunisia held its second free presidential election since the Arab spring second free presidential election in its history this one brought forward a few being charges of tax fraud and money laundering the result was inevitable even though site refused to campaign while his opponent was in the clink full swearing what he believes eighteen when he declared himself an independent candidate for the presidency initially cited looked and may have suspected himself to be one of the improbable committee huge field which contested the first round of voting back in September sides austere even do a presence set him apart from the noise generated by the so I need is not regrettably an altogether fresh new liberal broom in the didn't isolated act of desperation he's hostile actors are in the pay of foreigners who felt soles to extremism and terrorism manipulated from outside the country by parties rights as men it is Richard indeed in that context of Middle Eastern politics that he nevertheless appears a stretch better than the average but side account for the moment at least on Tunis's impatient youth roughly ninety percent of eighteen to twenty five year olds voted for him attracted by his detachment context of Middle Eastern politics he is keen on the death penalty much less so on gay people and believes that women should not get to enjoy the same inheritance in the end of this month is a sixty one year old former professor of constitutional law with a modest profile as a public intellectual who taught mostly at the universe to anybody when he made it to the to candidate runoff against nobile career a brash media tycoon who spent much of election season in prison pen who do not wish well on a country determined to persevere how does an island I'm room with over the Arab spring failed in general to promote the blossoming of liberal democracy across the don't to terrorism Tunisian people know how art and culture are important to understand and appreciate months following July's death in office of the previous incumbent elderly political veteran Beigey tweed essentially genesee is new president elected with a from the establishment he should also be helped along by the robust civil society which has helped prevent Yunessi from descending into post Arab Spring Kale it has made considerable progress since Mohammed boozy made his stand and his sacrifice it remains however a considerable stretch from where many unisons would prefer it to be president elect side faces both a challenge and opportunity Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew

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Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, 83, Tunisia Autocrat Ousted in Arab Spring, Dies

The World

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, 83, Tunisia Autocrat Ousted in Arab Spring, Dies

"Tunisia's long time president the first leader ousted by the Arab spring has died at the age of eighty three bears owner badly reports he died in Saudi Arabia where he lives is flowing from Asian revolution more than eight years ago. zine el Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he

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"ben ali" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Is having a look at a mole forensic approach and a digital approach such as using shadows to calculate things and using satellite imagery to prove where something actually happened. Protests in Khartoum are taking place again today. How do you think live streaming helped the protesters and will impact their movement of the future? I think live streaming and even just filming videos has helped so much because four sedan at the moment. It's very hard for journalists to get access to these areas where this is happening when there's no journalists there it really stops any sort of coverage of what's actually happening and this is the reason why protests is sending us so much footage teach because they want to know that they're being watched and that someone's actually out there watching over them. Then strict led the B._B._C. Africa. I investigation into the June third massacre in Khartoum Sudan Ben. Thanks very much for your time. Thank you so much. The Nile River runs through Khartoum and flows north to Cairo. That's one way Sudan is connected to Egypt culturally. It's connected as well and this man and his music represent one of the grooves connections matter Ben Ali Hassan Kuban no longer with us. He died in two thousand one but the music recorded in the seventies and eighties has staying power he fused American soul and pop with the slinky melodies of Nubia the region that straddles southern Egypt and northern Sudan and that made him one of the most in demand wedding singers along the Nile his fusion also earned him the James Brown inspired title Godfather of Nubian Soul. This is my Brooke. One of Ali Hassan coupons biggest hits. If you're a military official in Turkey you probably have a lot on your mind. He says Ben every morning I wake up. I've got Russia to the North Caucasus to the east Iran Iraq Syria to the south and the Balkans to the West. It's a hell of a neighborhood. That's why fight over Turkey's weapons systems is a big one a story still ahead on the world. I'm Marco Werman and you're with the world where a CO production of the B._B._C. World Service W. G. B. H. Boston p._R._i.. N._P._R.. X. Turkey is started taking delivery of the S S. four hundred and I'm not talking about Mercedes sedan here. The S four hundred is a russian-made anti-aircraft missile system Russian technicians also arrived to help assemble the system. This is a big deal because Turkey is a member of NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization annexation the alliance was set up after World War Two to counter the spread of Moscow's influence and you This is a big deal because Turkey is a member of NATO the North Atlantic Treaty Organization annexation the alliance was set up after World War Two to counter the spread of Moscow's influence and you just can't plug the weapon system of a hostile nation like Russia into NATO's own systems. Ben Hodges was commander of the U._S.. Army in Europe from two thousand fourteen to twenty money seventeen. He's retired from the army now works at the Centre for European Policy Analysis General Hodges. Maybe we should start by explaining why Turkey is a critical member of NATO. Why's that market will thanks Turkey has been a very very important member of alliance since nineteen forty nine

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"ben ali" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm just sitting here for give me that look I'm sitting there going. Oh, that means it's my turn. It is the car pro USA. I try my best to alert people when I see things that might be of help to them. Why are you laughing? And just laughing at the situation. I'm waiting to see where you go with your alerting people. Okay. So typically on Wednesdays. I have a little extra time in the morning, and I watch an auction simulcast or one of the biggest auctions in the country. One of the Manheim auctions, and one thing I noticed this week was suddenly out of the clear blue, and I tell you this in case you have won the twenty eleven twenty ten to twenty fifteen. Big GM SUV's, whether it be. How do you con- the escalate the ones before the big change in two thousand fifteen right? The old the eldest body style even with over one hundred thousand miles were bringing crazy money. I'm talking about one looked good. Whether it was a Tahoe Yukon rescue late. They were bringing between four and five thousand dollars over wholesale. You're kidding. No. Barbara said barina worldwide. Fifteen twenty. Yeah. Or more in some cases on miles. And there was an Escalade that that did over twenty that was a twenty thirteen with over a hundred thousand miles and did over twenty grand. I tell you that. Because sometimes we see pockets of things that get hot, suddenly, this is one of them. I just watch one or two of them go through and and that's okay. You watch twenty of them go through that kind of pattern. And then you know, there's something going on. And it's probably the time of year people by the bigger SUV's are getting ready for vacation or maybe spring break or whatever. So that means if you happen to have one ten years old. With a lot of miles on it. You might be thinking about maybe getting noon, the timing is right. And the other thing to watch right now if gas prices continue to rise like they have the last few weeks, and you're thinking about hybrid the time to buy one of those is now if gas continues to rise, then those things get short supply and all the incentives go away because all of a sudden everybody wants one we got in Los Angeles to talk to teddy teddy. Welcome. Hi, thanks for taking my all, Jerry. What can I do for you? I have a question about Audi s you the medium one the large or small like the Q five. I drove I rented it when I was in Europe out of the same here. And I just it, but my father. Had an Audi and it was a whole lemon trying to discourage me from getting. But. I wanna buy I'm not leaching. And I keep my car for a long time decade and the second question. How does that compare? Oh, I forgot sorry. I. I don't want to spend a ton of money on maintenance. That's the other thing like having German. I've always had Japanese heart is that you're having a German car didn't cost me an arm and a leg. And then second second part of my question. How does the Audi SUV compared to the comparative BMW and state, okay? If you want more of a luxury vehicle in that size. The the Q five is a great choice. If you want something sportier that isn't gonna ride as good, then you probably want to go with the BMW Mercedes. But for a nice soft ride in a spectacular interior. The Q five is great. I'm sorry. Your dad had a lemon you hear these things about cars from years ago. If I listened to people in my personal situation, I wouldn't have a Range Rover, but I've had eleven of them in a row, and they've all been spectacular the alleys great. There is just absolutely no problems with them at all. There are certain things that will cost you a little bit more than with Japanese car. And it's things like brakes, they're pretty expensive. But you don't have to use a dealer to do that there. There are places out there that specialize in Audis and. You can get once you're out of warranty. You can get them and save and get get that service knocked down to well under what it would cost editorship. I will tell you. I'm a big Abby fan owned one a few years ago, not an issue of eight which was a large sedan, but Ben Ali fan for a lot of years. They're really really good vehicles. If you will talk to Mike Murray, he's the general manager at Key's Audi in Valencia, you can find him on our website at car pro USA dot com. Mock we'll take good care of you. Whether you want a new or used.

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"ben ali" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"We are in apocalypse, and it's just some open spice in this far. And this three boxes. Don't give us that house that really think that Justice league berm to boob tube affects so bad or boring. Didn't even boom really didn't know point. That's what it called that. God also because it's also establishing Justice league. The mother boxes we talked about this in the commentary like these three things and you put them together. And they I don't know don't know what. what guy consulates and destroy the world or whatever. But in the regular comic universe. They just like an ally. Fine. Yeah. They can also try it for you belie like an old purpose getting three life to have him like every. Yeah. Yeah. It's not. It's not a will. It's just like thing. Everybody has. Yeah. So no, I like this like granny goodness idea because she raised both mister miracle and big bottom side. Yeah. Absolutely. I have this one voice. Do you want? Some Ben Affleck Batman news Schrodinger as backgrounds back. Okay. Here. We guy apparently the loss on the last time we talked about this, which might have been on the commentary. The Ben Ali vice book page changed its cover photo to a bat to Batman again. I think so lost. So at the start of the to say round that doubt. Yeah. Right. The start of the he was back in. Yes. According to what she privileges in Rome. Now, he's out. Okay. Rightly this Batman movie, I'm going to check his Facebook page released while I'm doing this other thing apparently, the new Batman movie is young Batman. It's going to come out twenty twenty one the young Batman. Kid back, man. We've got that. Scotland Lewis Ben Affleck one point five million lights real deal cover photo from some baby s from by the movie, this is going to be the first in a series of movies, and it's going to have multiple villains. One of which is going to be the penguin thinking, many young the penguin, John. You're already having golf them. Even younger penguin over just Gad's being tasting it on sesame. So that's probably Josh Gad e Gad's mice. It's Josh Gad. Thank you. He's clapping ikat. Here. It up editor that. It was too raucous bit. You're right. I like the just good these like, the actre- cool. Defines as just good. We've upset the dog. Yes. Just to be clear that I left that clarity. Because it wasn't quite as. Yeah. Yeah. We could we could still hear our selves, bloody think the link to the first link on Ben Affleck's Facebook pages eastern, Congo dot org is probably a charity. I'm going to click it. It's loading count white. He's looking I'm waiting with baited breath. What's happening in the eastern Congo? Now. It's chimp ching basil. He's loving it. All video shame getting chimps from a helicopter. It's someone who met Congolese coffee. What making a difference instant? It must be like local. It's he's not just shilling a brand called gogo coffee. That'd be great when exploiting the world. Right. Basement Congo's coffee and cocoa sectors. Rhyme good for him. That's what else. Do we got here? Do you watch the trailer for John wick three on her Bill? My name has a look so Joan wick stuff because the God of the book. Choosing on my white. But bearing in mind I haven't seen it yet. How does he kill the gover- the book does he slamming closed on? Is it some nerd his leaning too far? No book and Joan waco's. You'll be closed on his hand Pretty Woman style. Yes. No. He does that thing. Where also where he goes if you hands bigger than you face, you cancer on they go. And then shoot them in the head. So you know, he just puts it in his math on like punches him or something. I can't remember what it wants. I don't need to watch it again because it's John wick. I'm going to say it. Yeah. Right. And I know what to expect in these movies. He's on the run from the bloody from everybody. Because at the end of the loss of waiting any shot someone where it wasn't supposed to shine hotel and the already made in the in the Pera name. Get done. It's it's dirty full three pair of name. Yeah. It's yes. So he's on the run from every there's a heat add on him..

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"ben ali" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"ben ali" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It's time to talk business with Ruth Michelson Moscow's correspondent in Cairo. But hey, she's joining us from Tunisia today. Welcome back to the globalist Raith what pertains to Tunisia. Well, they're expected to be protests in Tunis actually, right outside the hotel where I'm currently sitting. Nation. Absolutely. I accident each O's very very well. So the protests. Joyful, the meant to commemorate the day in two thousand eleven that former autocrat Ben Ali left power at the same time. They're also meant to express a lot of Tunisians frustrations about the lack of jobs in the country. The high cost of living. We saw that in in December. There was a journalist set himself on fire in protest at the economic conditions in the country and over thirty six percent of Tunisia new currently unemployed. So today is meant to be about celebration. But also an indictment of the current situation hit protests in sedan, and again that's about economic mismanagement. Absolutely. So so far over forty people have been reported killed and over thousand detained since these protests began in December, we sold that the Sudanese professionals associations, this is a coalition of suit of unions and syndicates organized marches across the country yesterday including doll four, and as you mentioned. Tests angry at the corruption and financial mismanagement of the regime of a Bashir and cooling him to step down. Of course, no chance of that happening. I was the that would seem quite unlikely the regime seems fairly king to hold onto power as do an it's also has allies in Egypt, for example, that also very invested in that. So this seems to go on for some time stricken on what's happening with Aramco, which is the gigantic Saudi Arabian and described as an energy behemoth. Okay. Fair enough, and we're trying to work out whether they all to miss you. And I will not yes that's been quite the loss of back and forth about when and how the public offering might happen. They're saying twenty twenty one at the moment if it was to happen. It would be valued at two trillion. US dollars be the largest IPO in history. The latest round of new potentially news, potentially news. The Saudis south. will go back on at some future date is that the Saudi energy minister Jalan folly said that they that Aramco will issue a ten billion dollar bond in a few weeks. The bond is meant to help around coat by a seventy percent stake in the petrochemical company subject, which is the largest listed company in the Middle East. And this is all meant to be part of expanding Aramco's petrochemical portfolio on the way to this supposed IPO. But who knows what version of news will be discussing next time watch with interest? I'm sure you'll be watching closely. Thanks very much for joining us. That's roof Michelson yoga the globalist on monocle form. If you're passionate about menswear he'll be in Florence last week for the autumn. Winter addition of pity wome each season more than thirty thousand buyers and editors gather at the stately Fortezza debate. So and they can browse offerings from twelve hundred brands at the trade show, Italy has the biggest buying contingent as expect but people come from the US Asia. And of course, the rest of Europe not includes Portugal a country well known for its clothes manufacturers. But it's also keeping an eye on a shops. Monica. Lls, Jamie Walters, escaped the patio mo- crowds for Natta with Devon winter abaya for the Portuguese luxury. Shop fashion clinic will.

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Alex Ferguson, ex-Manchester United manager, undergoes emergency surgery for brain hemorrhage

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Alex Ferguson, ex-Manchester United manager, undergoes emergency surgery for brain hemorrhage

"In tunisia a voting in their first municipal elections since the overthrow of president zeno abidine ben ali seven years ago which triggered for became known as the arab spring local councils have been run by state appointed officials since then the elections of being seen as a chance to strengthen the transition to democracy officials in malaysia say they have intercepted a ship carrying about one hundred thirties for lankan men women and children they were believed to be heading for australia and new zealand sixteen people including malaysians indonesians answer lankans have been arrested suspected of involvement in an international people trafficking network the former manchester united manager alex ferguson is in intensive care after undergoing emergency surgery for a brain hemorrhage he had the operation on saturday some of the biggest names in sports including david beckham and mo farah have sent messages of support to him and his family andy sways reports in a statement manchester united said sir alex ferguson's procedure had gone very well but he needed a period of intensive care optimize his recovery the seventy six year old step down as manchester united manager five seasons ago having led the club to unprecedented success in his twenty six year reign including thirteen primarily titles in two thousand three he was fitted with a pacemaker after being treated for a heart irregularity since retiring he's been.

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