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"beni" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"And whereas duval i think can can spike higher plus. I think what what's the best we've seen out of peterson. We saw thirty six homer season. But other than that. He's really. i'm also kind of curious. I keep stumbling here something it won't you think he's gonna play every day. I just don't see that. Why would they playing against lefties. I think he signed there because they told him he would play over. Net legitimately bad against them. Yeah is and i mean i mean. It's only three hundred plate but because he just never really gotten the like the full shot to go against lefties but yeah no. It's three eighty five plate. Appearances spread out over seven seasons. Yeah but nothing in here suggests that like oh he just needs time to get it. Maybe it's just my love for john peterson. I love deaners into. But i'm just trying to be realistic. Twenty percents strikeout rate against them. I just don't think it's there. He does still have a nine percent walkway. that's good. He does maintain that. But i don't know i almost think that that kind of hurts him. i'll grant that maybe rating duval's average potential a little bit But the only really has the one ugly season. It was that two thousand eighteen when he won ninety five. That was awful but then to forty one to forty nine to sixty seven to thirty seven. I think any of those outcomes is higher than what jocks gonna give me and they deliver the same power. Gimme the guy who's got better average. So i just i think duval is an easy pick peterson but i understand pearson love i saw. I mean i think it will lead you astray on this one. Yeah i mean and you're probably right. That peterson is better to just not face lefties Lemon you look at stack has nothing you go. I really see. I could just like have a monster season if he you know jet. I'd love if somebody on that team like you know was a wasn't hitting guru in and knew how to unlock something from against i'm with you on the jock. Love a huge fan. he's great. mlb the show. There's my referenced. Him will be the show He might as his stats show. He's very popular in that community. So i love jock. But i just don't see it against lefties and i don't know that he's making a renaissance at at at age twenty nine. We'll say though that the day that says that it's like an open question still right. It's like ten years data and and all these plate appearances for to be statistically sound. I grant that. I understand that. But you can also use your. I'd look at what we've seen and it's a one ninety one to sixty six three ten in three hundred ninety bite appearances. I don't know what's going to change. But anyway i don't belabor that i i don't think it's egregious that you take jog just think duval better but i think that's where he's gonna wind up and mean in reverence the jock. The cubs did sign. Jake resnick today so that could be easily with a. But yeah with with jocks up or hayward. Yeah we did that hayward we've put it for a yard so but they also philip irvin on this team so they both to go through but hey was making five billion dollars so i think. I know that that doesn't always were a lot of times. It does place three more years. Twenty one twenty two twenty two Well cubs enjoy your twenty twenty. Two team built around jason. I mean i will say this is your twenty million. Are guy here. No but you know by war. He's been sixteen fourteen. Mary defensive player yet in his defense is still carrying and his offense has been above average the last three seasons eighteen nineteen and twenty again fifty game season for him. This plus a one thirty one last year. It was really really good hitting well now probably with a smooth back out to you know like a one zero eight one ten level over the course of a full season but hey he was playing. Well i love hayward too. I got a soft spot for him. So i've always rushing to defend him but one other moved. That just came across the wire that could have interest especially in our depth of league it's so rockies it's unbelievable They signed greg bird to mind now again. This doesn't really move the needle all that much but A he had his love. He hadn't he his proponents big time for years in new york because he showed some different flashes at times Of just excellent power legitimately you know middle of the order power Like i said in small flashes you know like it was like a playoff run one point. It was forty six games in two thousand fifteen. Now we're going all the way back to their so. I'm not putting a lot of stock in this. But he is twenty eight is going to coors and like i said because he's twenty eight the play time for them to pick him up and take Take take some time away from somebody although I thought josh fuentes was younger. I didn't know a whole lot about him until air nado is trending. He's twenty eight as well. We talked about him on sunday. Yes not there blocking some uber prospect. So what do you think bird bones. You're in the lobbies fifty rounders giving him any now. He's now the second look now. He's not on any of my can be on any of mine teams like scared. I see what you did. Our bird right see Yeah no i mean. He hasn't had a batting average above his own. Way since two thousand fifteen. So i mean his highest batting average since twenty. Fifteen is one ninety nine his highest batting average. And you're suggesting on this show that that's he's got our like he and you know maybe the babbitt adjustment you get in coors having that huge outfield helps him out like he's dead but he can't make a player i mean with like ryan mcmahon and hamson. Like you know if you needed any more proof which you shouldn't 'cause been proven many moons ago but course cannot make a buyer can help an individual season quite a bit but it cannot not make a player year in year out You know unless they have the talent to be good. Yeah i mean i just. I don't think it's ever gonna have donald. I with you a guy you monitor in the minor leagues probably not even making the opening day roster is be true probably gone down to aaa and he's crushing and aaa though i mean what are they. Are they plan now. Is it albuquerque ot think. It's i think i think it is. I don't think it's it's not springs anymore. I think colorado springs was actually dumped into like a ball because people didn't wanna play because it was so wild Yeah i think albuquerque is correct. Which is it's a launching pad in itself so yet anywhere is gonna be. I mean he's a guy you throw a few bucks on if you think he's coming up In deeper league or something like that. But i mean. I have no expectations for greg bird. Which which is consistent which where i've been on him his entire career for yet you can watch greg bird. But i wouldn't even get cute with in a fifty round. Or i don't think i don't really see..
"beni" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
"Would you buy benintendi at this point. I mean he would need to trickle down a little bit at least for me to really want to buy it on him just because right now at. He's going the right around. Renzo kane in manny marco and even rommel top you were like and i mean i love many marco margot's been target from a season. So you've been you've been talking about him consistently if he starts falling into like the nixon's l. kole. Calhoun brandon nimmo area. And i still love nemo and he'll continue to be. It's arguing me. But i could definitely see myself ending up with benintendi. And that's like the to seventy area. The taken over mark. Hanna just on this shot that he returns. You gotta goes back to what he was in in two thousand eighteen. Which is you know. Fifteen plus hitter with you know potentially twenty twenty five stolen bases if he is lodges. Push it on the basis baths. I'm a play a little cop out. Which i keep you from doing at times to get strong answer And say i'm gonna go on needs between those who can i. I can't vibe cana- you know. He had that great breakout in nineteen but he had done a little something in eighteen as well and he was good in twenty following up the breakout. So i think he's kind of a consistently solid hitter. So if i need a little bit more. I think power. Probably lean toward cana but that speed. I think that's an interesting part. That you mentioned right off the top then with benintendi possibly running a bit more in cases where they just kinda terrible he's not some burner But i mean he's a very effective base stealers thirteen in twenty nineteen twenty one for barney in eighteen. So if he's healthy i mean. The question is health. But you assume that you know. He passed the physical to be traded. That this you know that his health is going to be fine heading into Twenty twenty one. I mean it's a really really good gamble but by the royals i really a bad bilo as somebody that i wasn't supervising vibing to now Buying low on him you know we talked about. There's a price for everybody that goes for the real life situation to of teams and this was a fair price form. Let's move on from him. Talking about france you move on from benintendi. Would there are scenarios where we draft him with. You can run a little bit more Everything else should be solid. If unspectacular on the furniture cordeiro signed going back to boston. He's been a favorite among fantasy folks for awhile. He's got his pockets of supporters. I know Claiming james anderson over at wrote a wire love him It's hard not to see the tools and and you know have that interest in the always super cheap and fantasy too so he's not even hard to really go for that said i. I don't have any real expectations for him at this point Even with just three hundred fifteen appearances in the majors. I'm not ruling out that suddenly income event. But i'm not i'm not Chasing him should be the strong side left fielder at the very least you think franci gets the play everyday or every day against right. He's at the very least in boston and can can feel a breakout. The pipe dream. I mean. Are they opening that he can play every day. Sure but the one thing he hasn't been able to do is play everyday. So i'm really able to play at all. I mean he's got sixty two plate appearances in the majors on the last two seasons. Total so Amid i don't know yes. The he has power. He has speed I question what his strikeout rate's gonna be. I mean he is a thirty five. Percents strikeout rate For career in the majors now. That's only three hundred fifteen plate appearances because he just hasn't been able to stay on the field but he had minor league major swing and misses years. So this is not unexpected for franci. This is kind of an line. like he's that he's that super tools the guy that when you see him at his best. You know clubbing. A homer going first to third on on a hit that a lot of guys one in and then throwing somebody out like. Oh my god. This guy's a monster does all that in one game or something and i was like holy smokes. Push coming up upton ask oh but like tailend when b. j. i wasn't doing anything anymore If everything came together maybe could have that that sort of that. Sort of vibe. As as a bj upton in one of his good years. But i don't know man and again. There's nothing to pay to get them. So you know three's remains of adam. Was that three sixty seven. So it's not nothing and that's gonna go up like it so we're talking about he's gonna probably go up. Let's say forty spots so like he's going to be in the oscar marcado area jock peterson. In fact since the first of this month he already is. He's next to franchise already right next to us cod. I'm thinking we're going to set mine too. It's only four drafts new draft champions from february first to the eleventh so small sample but he's already up there Senate from From mid february or mid january two. Yeah just do two months One eleven to two eleven bottom line is that. I think you're right that he's gonna be at the marco level or higher and the net does start to cost us something because i was looking earlier stuff where he caused a price in the four hundred. But as you said he's in this will move him up going to boston. People think he's going to get the opportunity. Although i don't know. I think you get a better opportunity in boston. That he was gonna get in k. C. so i mean they told us by grade benintendi forum so i mean you would think that they would give him less about. I mean he's thinking is less about him than is about him more about getting rid of that money. Which is so weird that so little. I mean these teams man. He's rich teams. They're playing or aunts. Ask us we've talked about all offseason. I know but it's discussed. I mean this is boomer bust. So like i mean you know obviously a completely different player but immune. Isn't this the david doll argument. Where like you know doug win. Healthy doll is a really really good fantasy player like france. He has the ability to be a really good french fantasy player. Sure if healthy the question is worth and we all amazon something in the majors this is true. This is all conjecture on. It's a gamble and you might not be your lottery ticket late you know. Are you a josh. Naylor guy somebody who can possibly hit twenty five thirty homers mercado. His team at that. You mentioned the call out sam hilliard. People still in on him. You know You know going up. French is gonna be near our boy. Calhoun and we're not taking franci over. Calhoun hell his new teammate. Keith hernandez down there. I think i'd rather take a shot on him getting playing time and doing some things i know. He's a little bit older and his numbers are not amazing. But i think part of that kiki not to totally change subjects is disjointed playing time. Yup i think he he was. You know he'll get a stretch of two weeks or playing every day and then he's on the bench back and forth so that's part of what rob's his numbers. I'm actually eager to see what he can do with a relatively fulltime role but anyway franci. If he's still your lottery ticket. I totally get it. I have guys like this that i stay committed to because they're so cheap so i'm not out here terrain on anybody's parade as far as that goes Let's talk about khalili prospect for casey going over to the mets. Now this was not a bad. Pick up for their part and everything You know he is a legit. He has a legit prospect. And i think there is some some upside there to to be mind. Obviously there's no rush for anything for him to to in With with the mets even though he did have a twenty twenty one. Eta in last year's list from From guang and hanging you know he's got guess raw power some got some run and field to him you know. He's an outfielder clearly is here's a little bit francesc. No yeah he's very franceschi's got our to his game maybe not as much power as franci But also maybe as much swing and miss right. So they're like little gives and takes aren't quite franci but there is some frenchie material here. Yeah i mean. I think he's he. He does have quite a bit swing missed. Maybe not quite franci ask but It is more walks to counterbalance. But whereas franchise a free swinger. Yeah i was clearly probably has similar swing and miss but at least he balances it was some walks so he can leverage that speedy at fifty three stolen bases in In aa back until nineteen. Although i will say eric mentioned in the right up last year fantasy folks. I'm not betting on ten..
Congo Was Close to Defeating Ebola. Then One More Case Emerged.
"A new case of the Ebola virus has been confirmed in eastern Congo this was just three days before the country expected to declare an end to the outbreak the new case was confirmed in Beni which had been nearly forty two days without a case the whole outbreak has killed more than twenty two hundred sixty people second to the twenty fourteen twenty sixteen outbreak in
Comprehensive response needed to protect civilians in eastern DR Congo
"Following a rising attacks on civilians allegedly committed by the Allied Democratic Forces or ATF armed I group into eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC coupled with attacks against Ebola workers and independent assessment of the UN peacekeeping response by the MONUC mission was established last December the independent assessment found that in the months of November and December alone. More than two hundred sixty civilians. Mainly women and children were killed by presumed ADF combatants in brutal attacks mostly at night it also conclude that protecting acting civilians in Beni territory requires a comprehensive UN response Lieutenant. General cuddles Albert Shan't crews will lead the assessment team gene was at U N headquarters in New York on Monday to brief the Security Council in told you and uses Monica Rayleigh. That's armed groups. Main agenda is criminal is not political. We we had to talk to the Security Council to explain the main conclusions have reports and concluded is on the Lee structure that we need to change to in order to have more operational activities in the mission mainly connected connected to the intelligence system and the professional control in the idea of banning in the east of phone. What do you have? Groups like. Eighty F- other armed groups which are the main challenges. And how do you suggest to tackle them. And these groups have in that region they are armed groups but they are as well. I kind of organized crime because the control many illegal business and across the borders with the neighbor neighboring countries and It's very difficult to have some operations against them because they don't all have political agenda they have a Criminal behavior is going to do something. Based on your report I think so because is the chief of GPO hero commended. The the United Nations to prepare one action plan in order to establish the practical measures to implement the recommendations. We haven't report and last question you were therefore for a while Now we have a new General taking over also Brazilian. Would you recommend something to him in this next month. In order to help to tackle the insecurity We they had A coincidence because Genero is here during this week we had to pursue to talk but not there to make recommendation because general exit officer Brazil selected one of the best one and And then I think he will be successful successful in the mission and this also he was also trained by you in the past. He was a student in the preparatory school. And I was a captain them and then a because I'm eleven years older than the general and then he's a new generation from ski officer and fantastic generation. We have in Brazil.
Hatshepsut: 'The First Great Woman of History'
"Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia Lamonica. Today's leader was one of the few female fan and each in Egypt and one of its most successful pharaohs overall ruling for over twenty years. She led Egypt through a period of prosperity completed ambitious building projects and increased trade with surrounding lands. She sometimes called the first great woman of history. Let's talk about huts ships. Hatshepsut was born in around fifteen o seven BC to the Eighteenth Dynasty Addiction. King Tut most of the first and his primary wife very little known about her early childhood around the age of twelve hotshot so it was married to her half brother. Tet moves to the second who was a younger son of Hatshepsut's father and his secondary wife cut most of the second had three older brothers authors. So he wasn't originally next in line for the throne but each of his older brothers died before coming of age as the eldest living son of most of the first. I tut most of the second ascent to the throne around fourteen ninety two ABC hardships. It became his primary wife and Queen. She gave birth to a daughter but never had a son to inherit the throne. One took most of the second died around fourteen seventy nine B C e. his eldest son took most of the third was named King Tut. Most of the third was the eldest son of a lower harem queen and was only an infant when he took power as US such hardships. It acted as regent for the baby. This was fairly common arrangement at the time. But by most of the third seventh year in Power Hatshepsut sit herself had been crowned King and was given the full titles and Regalia of Traditional Pharaoh. Technically she co ruled with the young cut most of the third but there was no question about who the primary rule really was. It's unclear exactly how hot chips it gained that level of power and how she convinced. The Egyptian elite beat to accept a female fair. It's generally thought that she spent years promoting loyal officials into major positions of power and they in turn supported her bid for the throne during its reign. Egypt enjoyed appearing to peace with its neighbors. She went on a short successful military campaign in Nubia. Yeah when she first came to power after that. Her government's foreign policy was almost entirely focused on trade scenes on the walls of shops at. Stay here Bihari. Temple show trade expeditions and imports of valuables like gold. Animal Furs Ebony. And spices as part of their duties. Egyptian Pharaohs rose were expected to take on major building projects and restore the buildings of former pharaohs that had gone into disrepair in this regard had chips. It didn't buck the norm. She took on a massive building program that included temple to the God. Amon Ray in thieves a full remodeling of her father's hall and the addition addition of her own shrine at the Great Karnak temple complex and a beautiful temple cut out of rock at Beni Hasan among others hut ships. Greatest building chief of all was the year up a hurry temple. It was meant to serve as a living memorial temple that would continue to be used by her subjects after her death breath for her actual burial spot hardships. It added onto her father's tomb in the Valley of the Kings so she could be buried next to him as Hutch. Upset that older. She gave her co ruler. Tut Most of a third more power and a larger role in state government after Hatshepsut died around fourteen eighteen fifty eight BC Tut. Most of the third ruled alone for more than thirty years. During his rule. He tried hi to remove all traces of shops. Its existence here moved statues of her and Ethan wiped her name off. The official list of Egyptian kings. Modern scholars originally thought that this must have been an act of revenge. But it's now believe that it probably had more to do with cleaning up the line of succession. It's worth noting that other pharaohs did similar things to their predecessors including scrubbing building inscriptions and claiming the buildings as their own because of this campaign of erasure. Racer hardships it became essentially unknown to history until eighteen. Twenty two when the newfound ability to understand hieroglyphics finally allowed archaeologists theologists and scholars to read descriptions at her temple and rediscover this incredible.
"beni" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"The dedication in peace of mind and I are no No Stranger to late hours in the office that is for sure so so liquid APPs of course so thank you for having me first of all a lot of people in the space. A little technical people are really familiar with the Internet is bills right We have avid. ISP's and protocal there We have the web services and websites on top of it. Applications we to kind of closer Luke Over how the blockchain was created how it goes to build we started in us and I think that is the most used doctrine today. The number says anyway it's the home of depths in a sense but I love. The boulevards are actually only stadium that the biggest community of developers offers but they're stuck because skill ability issues so it was really important to us. Since we're not maximalist in any way to create the best inter operability solution we could think of to this middleware so we have a mechanism in place to create this cross chain. Decentralized solution that transaction being passed in between these blocking jeff at a high level like the number one goal of liquid APPs is to you know have enabled cross chain value transfers. No I think that this is incidental. You know that's something because you can make out of the service I want to allow developers and users to use blockchain chain as it is the Internet meaning we do not know how websites work you know what maybe Aaron does but most of them they do not think about the back end of the website. We don't know which service servers website is using. We don't know which is the. The APP is using if a developer chooses to use ethereal E.. Ost doesn't matter as long as the DAB works and is cost effective effective in Crohn's fast enough and everything is decentralized and the integrity of the change. Thank you chose is safely kept. This is what we allow be. So this sounds like a open stack but running on blockchain. Nodes it's more decentralized. Is that correct. It's one of the features that we can present. Yes that's so so. Why did you build us? What inspired you to solve this problem in the way that you've done reading question We started delivers we were Lost two-thirds of Yaas and before that I was part of the BANCORP team And got into no ethereal really well On is frozen ponds and when I saw it I understood the opportunity of this web three point. I know eco-system and we really thought me and my pal my partner with you That we should learn more about this technology. I know that there's a lot of criticism regarding eels and governance. But let's look at his former technology for the view right now. It is the best blockchain right now. In terms of transaction costs and transaction speed. When we dug into cold we started? It's still not sufficient so if we're talking talking about mass adoption all the time. That's the teacher. The blockchain entrepreneurs VOCA or two years. It's not really possible. People like if I would go to a friend of mine which is a developer. And don't listen. There's this blockchain thing and it's really cool. They should develop on top of it. The limitations will. We'll get into tell me you know what. Let me know what you get better. Because I can't do it like this and we wanted to create mass adoption by building the infrastructure to allow that. I think what you've done is really cool but going off topic for just a second but remaining on the topic of mass adoption. What's what's the crypto on blockchain culture like they're in Israel? I know there's a lot of projects out there. I assume legislations friendly are. You guys is in really hot competition or is there a lot of camaraderie and trying to build Israel as the next of capital for Crypto. What's it like over there really cool? No question I have to stay Just a big a bit of a broader look of the startup space in Israel that the name startup nation is something career locked in Israel. A lot of entrepreneurs at the most The the highest percentage of startups or copy signed a world so generally speaking in the startup space Israelis Dried star next to many other stars. on blockchain specifically We are I think still in the baby steps like the largest the the brightest developers in Israel are yet to be in the blockchain space. But this is an opportunity as well we have many companies that Israel You have their RND company of Bank. Or based in Israel you have a few other's orbs with our in Israel And I think it's getting more and more common of a Woodward A lot of corporates like IBM are actually basing their Blockchain team in Israel and we just had a great conversation with a guy named Luke Earner. WHO's very heavily involved in space over there? So I'm sure you're familiar with him and then Mile Buddies D- have is based based in Israel. Too that's correct. Yeah we were like. It's pretty funny. Tel Aviv is the capital capital of Israel. Most of the starts are here. But even though it's really really small undocking Less than a million In population we never see each other. And that's how it is too busy working exactly late night like today. I never left the office But we support each other The conferences it's Har here are amazing Lots of good people and So answering your original question. I I think that the Israel can become a key player in the blockchain space specifically with them out of cryptographer 's and academia academia we have here surrounding this space. I'm kind of curious. About like the philosophy behind what you guys are doing. In regards to this blockchain's cryptocurrency solved any humanitarian problems. In in your eyes you know I've been to bancorp before as I mentioned and one of the projects that I was the gold with was community currencies in Africa. Talking talking about the economic aspect of Tokens. There's a lot of things in behavioral economics. That can be a a real benefits to all these poor countries whether it's in Africa or any other place in the world there is a research by by someone called Bernardi. It's hard. He mentioned their community. Currencies are the way for sustainable better economy. We started something regarding his research in Kenya and created a community currency based on blockchain technology. Back then it was interior and gave this the community so they can trade among themselves rather than pay in Kenyan shillings. Which is there yet guernsey and apparently once you give them a means for trading it makes them amount of transaction skyrocket like ten fifteen times a day once you have more transaction debt economy is actually becoming better and better but that's one aspect? The other aspect is obviously monetary systems in general. How do you make sure that Fiat currency or any currency sustain its value when we work and we make love of effort and and there's labor involved? How do you make sure that by creating inflation? By the company company country creating replacing used still get the same amount of money because you cannot control inflation income Stu Fiat currencies the right. There is a central entity. That does that for you but you have no means as a as an individual to factors back so I believe that the libra and facebook coming with this and the fact that they have so many issues right now with the issue instead of their token shows that governments understand this as well understand that. There's something unique and sometimes you even frightening. Yeah there's something afoot in crypto currencies. We saw like. There's a lot of senators right now. L. Sending letters through credit companies and others were involved in Lebron before. It's really interesting to see. Because one of the things it liberates rain we need the world is actually education about blocking many people have not heard about watching before that so I kinda talk a little bit about block producing versus mining. So I I know that you used to be like liquid liquid e OSS right and you guys were top five for a long time of. Es this block producers Yes do you think that deep costs are delegated state. Do you think that is a viable consensus model. You know if what would you fix. What would you keep the same really good question? I think. Mining the worst part about mining is the fact that a lot of processing sitting power is being spent on something which is not valuable. No one cares about the solution for equation but it's an any quesion its purpose is determining who's next in line and when you think about it this way pretty weird because you know when we were kids the other means to decide who's next in games and stuff like that so I think that's what depots has done is to vote for people that we I believe will not sacrifice their name and reputation by manipulating the chain and we head away to check the the one manipulated the chain. So if you do we can take you down you know how. How would you determine if something decentralized you know we all Herzog from your bank or he always says that you can fork something it means? It's decentralized okay that's a good one yeah I guess so. So if you can't fork deep ause if you see someone is manipulating the system it decentralized decentralized enough and by someone who has been there okay. I saw what has been going on. What's been done? How's the government working the the people who were you know on the top twenty one in a sense? It makes people uncomfortable knowing that there are only twenty. twenty-one lock producers that are cycling and Closing the blocks one after the other because it kind of implies like an oligopoly but you you know what but what is mining pools in exterior bitcoin. If that's so but I think it's different in in mining pools because you have mining pools that are made up of of all sorts of different individuals all across the world contributing their Hash power towards a mining pool so if a mining kind of goes rogue or the mining pool operator I should goes rogue than individuals can withdraw their Hash power from that pool unless yeah definitely not no. You're right you're right right it but you can still have a fifty one percent attack using meaningful because you do not know like with zoom what you just said This is the computers are spread across the world and people can withdraw their processing power. But there might the more than meets the eye that is correct. This is that you don't know for certain we know for a fact that there are a few mining holes in the world that operates today. I think it's approximately four or five so in that sense twenty one that you know we know who they are is that better. Is that worse. I personally think that this was like a general but but on a personal note. I believe that decentralization is a spectrum and is not like either decentralized or centralized. There's a gray area absolutely agree it all about the tension between the two and how far far away you are willing.
News in Brief 3 May 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations attacks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's Ebola hits North Kivu province. Forced more than one hundred thousand people to flee their homes in April. The refugee agency UNHCR said on Friday, speaking to journalists in Geneva, urinate. She our spokesperson baba Balak said that those displaced facing a desperate situation and access to them as being hampered by continuing violence involving multiple armed groups. It's estimated up to sixty thousand people fled in the past month. It's the result of fighting around commando near the town of Beni. That's an estimated fifty thousand people fled in neighboring Lou Gehrig territory, where the Congolese army was fighting, my militia the Benny area is the epicenter of the worst ever deadly Abullah virus outbreak in Diaz history, which is killed close to a thousand people since last August and infected nearly fifteen hundred here's more from baba Balak fighting continues in southern parts of not Keeble and toward the polish capital of Goma off. On displaced. People are the targets last week five mutilated bodies were found in a river in Masisi territory around sixty kilometers to the not west of Goma. The bodies included those of three children four of the dead were people who had been kidnapped from a nearby displacement site. The head of the UN human rights office or HR stressed on Friday that capital punishment for child offenders is absolutely prohibited. Under international law. The execution of two seventeen year old boys in Iran on charges of rape and robbery High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Bachelet said the two cases were particularly outrageous because it appears that both boys were reportedly subject to ill-treatment and a flawed legal process. The human rights office urged thirties in Iran, immediately, hold any further executions of child offenders reminding around that it's obliged to abide by the International Covenant on civil and political rights by the convention on the rights of the child Misbash. Colin authorities to immediately commutable such death sentences Mechta before and I mean said I got were fifteen years old when they were arrested and accused of rape and robbery two years ago. The boys had originally denied all charges but related convicted sentenced to death and executed on the twenty fifth of April. The will program WFP announced on Friday that it suspended distribution worldwide a fortified blended food from one of its suppliers the precautionary measure was taken while tests continue to establish whether eating the cereal could be linked to an illness outbreak in east Africa. The combination of Mazel wheats blended with soya beans and fortified with vitamins and minerals is used by WFP and partners to prevent malnutrition, especially among women and children, according to medical center and hospital records three people died in two hundred ninety three were admitted for treatment in the caramel J region of northeast Uganda in March and April after eating the super serial today. It's more than two thousand four hundred food related laboratory tests are being conducted. Including for Mike, O toxins, heavy metals pesticides microbe contaminants, but the root cause of the problem has not yet been established might wells UN news.
"beni" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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News in Brief 25 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n human rights chief Michelle Basch, let won't on Friday that the situation in Venezuela could spiral out of control amid deadly violence linked to Hoan guidos self appointment as interim president the urine refugee agency UNHCR meanwhile has warned of mounting tension. As five thousand people day continue to leave the country. Many are in done need of protection. Here's at Rupert Colville spokesperson for the High Commissioner for human rights. We have received information from credible. Local sources that at least twenty people have died after allegedly being shocked by security forces or by members of pro-government armed groups during demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday with many others reported injured by bullets buck short and rubber bullets. The High Commissioner is extremely concerned. And I quote that the situation in Venezuela may rapidly spiral out of control with catastophe. Offic consequences in her statement, Misbash insisted that it was vital to prevent a repetition of repression against protesters demonstrating against the government of President Nicolas Maduro who was officially sworn back into office two weeks ago in the last week OH Chr says that some one hundred eighty protests have taken place in some of the poorest areas of the country's capital Caracas. It has also reported they large scale detention of demonstrators including three hundred and twenty people on Wednesday alone to the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Now where deadly Ebola virus infections have increased in recent weeks and spread into a new area. Authorities say according to the DRC's ministry of health. There have been a total of seven hundred fifteen cases of Ebola which causes high fever and bleeding for one hundred and forty three people have died. The overall fatality rate is over sixty percent. New infections have been reported from thirteen health things and have incr-. Priest notably in cat were were health workers have faced community mistrust. The virus has also extended southwards to Qena which is described by the authorities as a high security risk area despite some public hostility hampering the fight the World Health Organization or WHO maintains that the disease is being pushed back in a hot spots where armed groups have hampered the work of health workers his spokesperson for della Shadab, if there is an increase in cases in these two health zones. There is a decline in cases and students in Beni which was the former epicenter. This is a strong positive and cater of how effective the response can be despite multiple challenges in Malawi, the UN human rights office. OH Chr has spoken of its alarm at increasing horrific violence. They're linked to upcoming elections. Victims of violent attacks have included politicians, male and female party activists and persons with Alba. Unisom in one recent incident in the north of the country. A fifty five year old man with album was repeated these stopped in front of his child therefore his arms were amputated by his attackers UN spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists Geneva that member of parliament Bonk Lindow was also set upon after being arrested for insulting the president following his release on bail on the sixteenth of January. Mr. Kalinda was violently assaulted allegedly by members of the governing democratic progress party youth wing who will commonly referred to as cadets on the premises. So the district Commissioner in the southern Talamo lingerie, and he required hospital treatment then again last Sunday twentieth of January Edward Govardhan by who was a supporter of another opposition party Malawi. Congress was savagely attacked in Blantyre also reportedly by DP cadets, he was extremely badly beaten and also required hospital treatment, Mr. caveat. He had. Previously been threatened because of his political activities. Mr. Colville noted that women candidates are faced threats harassment and intimidation ahead of national elections in may Daniel Johnson UN news.
News in Brief 18 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in Zimbabwe violence and the reported deadly use of live. I mean ish in by security officials against protestors should be investigated thoroughly and transparently the UN human rights office. OH HR said on Friday. The development comes amid a socio economic crisis in Zimbabwe and protests following the government's decision to increase fuel. Prices UN spokesperson Ravina Chamdo sunny called on the authorities to ensure that the country's security forces us firearms in line with international human rights law. She also noted that access to the internet and social media messaging applications have been cut the bottom line is that the use of live ammunition by security forces was used excessive force was used. We don't have verification of the exact number of people who were killed or injured. But there are doctors associations that are putting numbers out there like the more than sixty people were treated in hospitals for gunshot wound. Ends. And this is not the way to react to the expression of economic grievances. By the population countrywide more than six hundred people have been arrested in the demonstrations today, according to Zimbabwe's minister of national security, MS Chamdo, sunny noted reports suggesting that protesters have burned tyres barricaded roads and set buildings on fire aid deliveries have been cut to tens of thousands of people in troubled northeast, Nigeria following an attack on a military base. And a camp for the displaced in the town of ran urine. An the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs said on Friday that the assault by an armed group. Started at dusk four days ago and continued the next day several civilians were reportedly killed and a medical clinic and warehouses with supplies were looted and destroyed his spokesperson Samatha Newport. Speaking from a Buddha camp is home to over seventy thousand people. There are already a lot of people mainly women. And children taking refuge in towns is one of many camps in say, which is the epicenter of crime in northeast Nigeria that has opposed filled over infamy bring country such as chives mesia and Cameroon the attacks on the isolated town of run are increasingly frequent will their conflict in northeast Nigeria dates back ten years. The violence has triggered massive displacement and created a huge humanitarian crisis with more than seven million people in need fourteen aid workers who are in run at the time of the attack have been evacuated. But the town is now inaccessible to international humanitarian organisations by road and air and finally to the Democratic Republic of the Congo who DRC where a high number of cases of infection of Ebola virus are still being reported. According to the UN health agency in a statement, the World Health Organization or WHO said that built up areas of cats health zone in. The east of the country where the worst-affected places in the past week, but there has been a fool in the number of cases in Beni a former disease hotspot, which is a positive indication of how effective the response can be despite multiple challenges. The agency said a reference to the more than one hundred groups in the east of the vast country in the last three weeks seventy nine new cases have been reported from eleven health zones in DRC's, North Kivu and cheery provinces. Latest data indicates they told love six hundred sixty three cases of Ebola virus disease, six hundred and fourteen confirmed and forty nine probable four hundred seven people have died and two hundred thirty seven have been discharged from treatment. Centres fifty nine percent of cases, where female and thirty percent were children under eighteen years old, including a high number of babies and toddlers Daniel Johnson UN news.
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"Situation in Beni is already worsening the militant threat is strengthening and with it. The uncontrolled spread that Abdullah. As people flee the violence. And that was our Africa correspondent Alistair lethal with his special reports from the Democratic Republic of Congo. We can actually go to Kinshasa now where the government has ordered that campaigning be suspended in the capital. At least the challenges of just holding elections in such a country are enormous size of western Europe with a crumbling infrastructure and huge swathes of forest. And of course, there is concern about security, let's speak to our correspondent in the capital, Louise, doi- stem Louis just festival tell us about the the suspension of the campaigning in Kinshasa show. A local authorities believe individuals they refer to as radicals have infiltrated political Ponte's, and I'll preparing acts of violence in the capital. The announcement was made just hours ahead of a scheduled meeting for one of the opposition candidates. Martin. Are you hit? His team believes it an attempt to stop him from campaigning. This comes after a week of violence on the campaign trail across the country. There were reports that about ten people were killed fifty reported the injured during clashes between opposition supporters and police at some of these campaign meetings. Witnesses saying security forces were firing live bullets and tear gas to disperse the crowds. It's not uncommon for tensions to be higher head of elections here. But the level of violence we've seen in this past week is is worrying. So there may well be a response to the suspension of of campaigning. Given the context that you've just outlined. Let's just take a step back a bit and tell us why these elections have been so delayed these elections could Mark this fast democratic transfer of power in this country since independence they were meant to take place two years ago, especially they would delay due to now data electoral register many believed presence. Joseph Kabila who's been in power for seventeen years with try and run again. So there were a lot of demonstrations in the past two years, providing suppressed and finally this summer, president could beat announced that he was gonna dined by the constitution and step down today, despite the security challenges that we've mentioned and concerns around the credibility of these elections, many Congolese people that I speak with in Kinshasa that I've spoken with across the country seem to be saying that despite all the challenges they want to go and very, and they seem to prefer to have some form of election to take that takes now rather than another delay all not all or cancellation of the election people. Yeah. So they king to participate in in voting. But that in and of itself is going to be a challenge as well. Just logistically, isn't it? One of the main stand is the use of electronic voting machines at the electoral commission in the country ordered these electronic voting machines from South Korea. They've never been tested on the scale of this vast country, and some many people worry that they could be used possibly to rig the vote or simply worry about how the how. And if they will they will work some of these missions will be using locations with poor power supply. And so there are a lot of questions really just around the gist of these elections. There was a fire idea this week in the capital that destroyed much as the electoral material needed for the elections in Kinshasa. So there are still a lot of concerns around. Did the election taking place in time on Sunday? Lewis dough asked our correspondent joining us live in the DRC capital Kinshasa the..
Congo health workers face violence as Ebola virus spreads
"That's been going on for years meets a deadly out. Outbreak of the Ebola virus, this is all happening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Which is where we reached Dr Janik Diaz she's with the World Health organizations health emergencies program, and she's been working at the center of the Ebola outbreak in the city of Beni where eight UN peacekeepers were killed yesterday. There are reports of another attack on peacekeepers today. I asked Dr Diaz how dangerous conditions affect her daily work. So our day starts where we have security reports in the morning about seven o'clock or six thirty in the morning telling us, but the security situation is whether or not we can move or not move. What time we can move. If it safe. He usually if things are, okay. Hi, go straight to the treatment unit where I work with national doctors doctors from Benny during the day, there may be security problems that we hear them. It stinks change. We have to move her leave the treatment unit. Then we just do what we're told. To make sure that everyone. Stay safe, treating Ebola is complicated and involves risks even without the threat of violence. I understand you're taking some new approaches in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Tell us what you're doing differently and whether it's having an impact. So the major things that we've done as an international community is to try to bring optimal supportive care to an outbreak. And so what are the most novel things that has happened is with the new type of isolation unit, which is called a cute. Where you can actually provide very close monitoring and very intensive care to the patients that are being cared for there. And that has really improved the quality of care that we are able to provide the disease transmits through body fluids. And so typically doctors would be wearing a big body suit. So they don't get infected and you're saying now doctors don't always have to put on a bodysuit the person can be kind of like a plastic almost like a box and the doctor uses gloves through that isolation chamber. Yes. So there is doctors inside that are wearing that full protective gear, and then there's other doctors or nurses outside that can be talking to the doctor insight into the patient and supporting them without having to be inside and all the protective gear and also physically being able to put their hands inside and adjust. And fusion monitors drip, start taking blood pressure without having to be inside. So that it makes us able to give better supportive care. I understand you're using new drugs and vaccines as well. Tell us about that. The new medicines that we're using they're not approved three bullet because there's not enough clinical trials to show their affective. So when you have drugs that have not been shown yet. Then approved for a disease, then you use them under compassionate use protocol. And these drugs have promising studies based on animal, data and laboratory data. So what we got was permission for the committee ethical committee of the Congo to use these potentially life-saving therapeutics in patients in the DRC. So so far we've used us in about one hundred and fifty one patients and the vaccines in regards to the vaccine the vaccine is also an investigational intervention, and they're using the same protocol that they used in west Africa, which is vaccinated context and context context ever that people living in areas affected by Bala don't trust government officials or health workers tell us about that. And what impact it has on your efforts to fight this disease? That is one of the most difficult challenges. I think the outbreak has faced the distrust. I think the worst part is that patients don't come. They are scared or they don't believe and then they don't come see care. And if they finally do see care they see care when it's too late and Ebola is a devastating disease. So if you arrive too late like, then the surviving are very very low and in the interim while they're scared and not coming to the center, and they're sick that risks exposing other people in the community or their families to the disease and then spreading the infection. So the distrust or their resistance is a major player and keeping a epidemic going Dr Janet Diaz of the WHO's health emergencies program. Thank you so much for speaking with us today. My pleasure. Thank you.
Violent Conflict In The Congo Is Hampering Efforts To Fight Ebola Outbreak
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything in central Africa. There's a terrible convergence of violent conflict. That's been going on for years meets deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus, this is all happening in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Which is where we reached Dr Janet Diaz she's with the World Health organizations health emergencies program, and she's been working at the center of the Bulla outbreak in the city of Beni where eight UN peacekeepers were killed yesterday. There are reports of another attack on peacekeepers today. I asked Dr Diaz how the dangerous conditions affect her daily work. So our day starts where we have security reports in the morning about seven o'clock or six thirty in the morning telling us what the security situation is whether. Or not we can move or not move. What time we can move. If it safe. He usually things are okay. I go straight to the treatment unit where I work with national doctors doctors from many during the day, there may be security problems that we hear them if things change we have to move or leave the treatment unit than we just do what we're told him to make sure that everyone. Stay safe, treating Bola is complicated and involves risks even without the threat of violence. I understand you're taking some new approaches in the Democratic Republic of the Congo of tell us what you're doing differently, and whether it's having an impact. So the major things that we've done as an international community is to try to bring optimal supportive care to in a bowl outbreak. And so one of the most novel things that has happened is with the new type of isolation unit, which is called a cube where you can actually provide very close monitoring and very intensive care to the patients that are being cared for there in that has really improved. Quality of care that we are able to provide the disease transmits through body fluids. And so typically doctors would be wearing a big body suit. So they don't get infected and you're saying now doctors don't always have to put on a bodysuit the person can be in kind of like a plastic almost like a box and the doctor uses gloves through that isolation chamber. Yes. So there is doctors inside that a wearing that full protective gear, and then there's other doctors or nurses outside that can be talking to the doctor insight into the patient and supporting them without having to be inside in all the protective gear also physically being able to put their hands inside in just infusion monitors or drip, sir. Take a blood pressure without having to be inside. So that makes us able to give better supportive care. I understand you're using new drugs and vaccines as well. Tell us about that the new medicines that we're using they're not approved three bullet because there's not enough clinical trials to show their effective. So when you have drugs that have not been shown yet. Approved for a disease than you use them under a compassionate use protocol. And these drugs have promising studies based on animal data in laboratory data. So what we got was permission from the committee ethical committee of the Congo to use these potentially life-saving therapeutics in patients in the DRC. So so far we've used us in about one hundred and fifty one patients the vaccines in regards to the vaccine the vaccine is also an investigational intervention, and they're using the same protocol that they used been west Africa, which is vaccinated context context context for the people living in areas affected by Bala don't trust government officials or health workers tell us about that. And what impact it has on your efforts to fight this disease? That is one of the most difficult challenges. I think the outbreak has faced the distrust, I think the worst part is that patients don't come. They are scared or they don't believe and then they don't come seek care. And if they finally do see care they see care when it's too late and Ebola is a devastating disease. So if you arrive too late like than the surviving are very low and in the interim, you know, whether scared and not coming to the center, and they're sick that risks exposing other people in the community or their families to the disease immense spreading the infection. So the distrust or the resistances is a major player in keeping the epidemic going Dr Janet of WHO's health emergencies program. Thank you so much for speaking with us today. My pleasure. Thank you.
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"Are dead in Taiwan after a newer faster train derailed and a curved long a popular weekend. Route officials say another one hundred seventy one people hurt in that accident. Correspondent Karen Thomas with the story the Deval China's one of Taiwan's per you may express trains which can travel at up to ninety three miles an hour and was not since two thousand thirteen a handle the very difficult topography of Taiwan's east. Cased the train was carrying three hundred and sixty six passengers from a suburb of Taipei in the north to tighten a city on Taiwan southeast cased faces from the scene said the trains causing exact full Mason near the tracks. Five of the eight causa ten Dave on their sides. Most of the deaths were in the first call which flipped over passengers are trying to escape from the different characters through the windows and bystanders had gathered to help before rescuers arrived. Authorities are investigating the cause of the derailment. I'm Karen, China's Congo's military says rebels have killed thirteen civilians and abducted a dozen children in. In an attack at the center of the latest deadly Ebola. Outbreak officials say the rebels attacked Congolese army positions in several neighborhoods of Benny this weekend. Late last month. Ebola outbreak containment efforts had to be suspended for days in the area. That's after a deadly rebel attack. Since then the number of new cases is more than doubled in Beni CBS. Reporter John Hewitt says the investigation into to Detroit funeral homes where the remains of more than seventy fetuses were found in boxes and freezers will intensify this week. I am committed to get to the truth calling the discoveries. Very disturbing Detroit. Police chief James Craig says the investigations into a pair of funeral homes. Now, both shutdown is growing after dozens of fetal remains were recovered attorneys, representing at least two families say Medicare was billed for burials. That were never held. We want to understand the reasons was it financial gay. And if so how cool new who else is involved in this John Hewitt for CBS news, Detroit a four year old program, providing Connecticut state troopers with training and equipment to handle opioid overdoses has saved two hundred sixty eight. Lives. The program created in two thousand fourteen but democratic governor Daniel Malloy, the legislation modified an existing law allowing only licensed healthcare practitioners to administer Narcan. The update authorizes anyone to administer the drug as long as they believe the person receiving the dose is experiencing an overdose. Young Catholics facing off against old Bishop says the Vatican youth conference enters its last week. Maybe sees Megan Williams is in Rome delegates at the Vatican's. Month-long youth conference are insisting that the final document contained an overtly inclusive message towards LGBT Catholics to signal a church that has defined their sexuality as deviant and even evil now accepts them, but the move has met with staunch opposition from older conservative bishops such as Philadelphia archbishop, Charles shampoo, but other bishops seem okay with more inclusive message and for the first time use the term LGBT in a document ahead of the conference. Megan Williams, ABC news, Rome. It's a story. That's never.
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"We welcome in Beni Snell to the program where I have a Heisman voting them. I'm already leaning toward our next guest number twenty three, Betty, thank you so much for being here. Congratulations. What what, what a year you've had and your team has had appreciate that. Yes, sir. Thank you. And I shouldn't have even mentioned the Heisman. I know there's a, there's a game this Saturday, but I think you're pretty, you have to be pretty cognizant that your name is already being pushed by a lot of your fans and in Kentucky. I would imagine that makes you feel pretty good. Yes. It's a long time coming blessings. It is. We'll, we'll listen. We've watched you after the big wins against Florida. We watch you the other night you, you have an energy on the field and even afterwards that that is so inspiring take us through your your your mindset. It seems like everyone continues to disrespect this program and you and your teammates continue to surprise the world. Yeah, really is just, you know, a lot of outside talk about a lot of doubt. Before two games, you know before the week during practice. But you know here, Kentucky know, focus on playing football. We focus on being aggressive team, you know jumping out on our opponents. We make sure we know are very well. We come in for extra film and we'd get ahead, you know. So we know in those on those close games and we gotta finish and had a fight, you know, that's what we come to do. We come to show that fight that we got video. I'm to. I'm going to go back up a week's wanna work my way up until what happened Saturday night because it seemed the Florida game. Nobody gave you a chance. Everyone was disrespecting, and there was just a mission that all all of you guys had. How big was that game? Just getting over the hump finally ending the streak that was started long before you were born? It was huge. It was huge. You know, this is it was a, it was a big hump that that's been held over Kentucky for for a long time. You know, they talk about thirty one thirty two years. I wasn't even. Born, you know, but coast coach stoops into coach day, they, they hindered us away from that. You know, we didn't want to focus on that. You know, we took it as a new year. This is a new team and you know going in we, we knew that we would have better team and that if you just work your opponent, you know it's just gonna come. So it was definitely a fun game, and it was a fight to the air and then Saturday night. Experts again. They did not like your chances. Do you do you hear all that stuff or you try to shut it out? Or is it just simply impossible to miss. Where then, you know, I'll try to set it out. I set it out a lot, but you know, always got the TV on and I'm always watching football. And so I'm seeing that pre game predictions by by Kirk and a lot of those guys. And you know, we just take it as motivation, but I, I really pay not to it. Did you seemed after the Florida game to have a specific message to one of my colleagues in a former Florida player, Tim TB had had he did he say something that motivated you. It's really not important, you know, but you know, that's just that that example, and him himself just a. Going against us going against our odds. And you know, I for Kentucky, I'll stay. I'll stand for Lexington. This is this is what I do. So you know him him have a his comments and me looking at him that his way just, you know, just Oz was against us, and I had to prove that wrong. You did, you did you did you did that day and you did it again Saudi and and already I realize, you know, we're not supposed to talk about these things, but there's always a favourite in a game. And we were looking at some statistics today and I don't know how they come up with this stuff, but they already have South Carolina as the pick over Kentucky. Something tells me that you chomping at the bits to prove everyone wrong..
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"Faucet costing lives is it time for governments around the world to clamp down, on it that's business daily in a couple of minutes BBC news with David Austin the president of Zimbabwe MSN mnangagwa's calling for an independent investigation into the post. Election violence in Harari on Wednesday when soldiers shot dead three protesters president Gagua had those responsible should be. Brought to Justice and the countries should unite in peace he said talks had been held with. His rival Nelson Chamisa on ways to defuse the situation President Trump. Has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jon for allowing the remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean war. To be returned to the United States South Korea is sending a warship to Libya. After South Korean engineer was kidnapped along, with three Philippine nationals the men had been working on a water project? In western Libya and were doctored last month The Congolese ex. Militia leader and former vice, president Jean-Pierre Bemba is expected to file. His candidacy for December's presidential elections Mr. Bemba, was acquitted in June of war crimes charges at the international criminal court, the health ministry in the Democratic Republic of Congo says a team of twelve experts would arrive in Beni today, to help deal with the latest Ebola outbreak in the northeast of the country the health minister said four people have so far. Tested positive, Japanese media reports prominent Japanese medical school altered results have female applicants to restrict the. Number of women students unnamed sources said the, manipulation began in twenty eleven of two female admissions increase to about forty percent the report suggested many female doctors would. Not be able to fulfil long hospital shifts if they later had children police forces from India to Mexico. Warned people not to attempt to viral dance craze which in some cases has seen people jumping Out, of moving cars and dancing alongside them. Sometimes ending injury the key key challenge has, swept social media in recent weeks BBC news.
Google plans return to China search market with censored app
"The army because the police called for backup he also said that the army and the police will not a hesitate to, use what he described as necessary force and the fact that the opposition has even been allowed to protest or. To even show support outside should not be seen as a sign of weakness on. The side of, the government so it is still quite tense yet but At the moment quiet calm as well President Trump has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jong, UN for allowing the remains of American soldiers. Killed in the Korean war to be returned, Laura bicker reports from Seoul Donald Trump's tweets comes just hours after the remains of what's thought to be fifty five US servicemen killed during the Korean. War where flew into Hawaii their return was part of a pledge made by Kim Jong. T. President Trump when the two leaders met in Singapore in June. The tweet also hints at. Further contact and another meeting as Mr. Trump thanked chairman Kim for is letter and said he looked forward. To seeing him soon earlier this week US intelligence suggesting North Korea was continuing to build nuclear weapons was leaked to the media and has led to concerns that Pyongyang has no intention of giving up its weapons Mr. Trump's tweet suggests these reports have not set back the current rapprochement between the two. Countries South Korea is sending a warship, to Libya after one of its engineers was. Kidnapped along with three Philippine nationals his Asia Pacific editor Celia Hatton the four men had been working on a water project in. Western Libya when they were abducted last month they were shown in a video released, this, week pleading their governments for, help the group that sees them has. Yet to be, publicly dented, the South Korean presidential spokesman said Seoul was doing all it could secure its citizens release so it was mobilizing resources into the area shifting worship destroyer from the. Gulf of Aden where it was engaged in anti piracy operations over two Libyan waters Seoul says. It's working with the authorities in Tripoli The health ministry in the Democratic Republic of Congo's has a team of. Twelve experts will arrive in Beni today to set up a mobile laboratory to help deal with the latest Bola outbreak in the north. East of Congo for. People have tested positive for the virus so far We'll news from the BBC Japanese media reports say that a prominent Japanese medical school altered test results have female applicants to restrict. The number of women students they suggest the discrimination aim to reduce the number on the assumption that many female doctors would not be able. To fulfil long hospital shifts if. They married and had children a state-owned newspaper in China has dismissed American reports that Google is planning a return to the Chinese market with a censored version of its search. Engine Robin branches in Shanghai, Google is not in China not in the way it. Is pretty much everywhere. Else there's no search engine it pulled out in two thousand ten after deciding it would not comply with China's laws that restrict. What people can see online Google does not provide translation apps here and rumors of it's designed to increase its presence who've been fueled by. Recent push into artificial intelligence it sets up. New innovation labs in Beijing now there are reports citing internal documents that the company wants to release apps providing search and the news feed both of which would adhere to china's regulations on censorship a study has suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol and middle age and developing dementia in later life the research found that those who were t. total aged fifty out of forty five percent higher risk than those who drank moderately but some doctors warn the study's results should be interpreted with a high degree of caution they said other lifestyle factors could affect the development of dementia The Canadian rap star Drake is set to release the official music video for his. Latest hit single in my feelings videos based on the track of gone viral, on social media thousands of people around the world, have attempted what's known. As the key challenge by jumping out of a moving car and. Dancing alongside, it those are the latest stories from BBC news You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena Merriman each. Week one question four expert witnesses and answer.
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"York Hello welcome back to the thought. Show on the BBC World Service with me Beth psycho Vinson and me I'm a Bishop coming up what's the. Correlation between, the size of a man's testicles and how he sounds, plus female friendships why do some just dissolve and how can social media helps strengthen. These bonds that's coming up in a moment but first the news BBC. News with Neil newness supporters of Zimbabwe's presidential rivals are being urged to wait in. Peace for the election results appeals come after deadly streets? Crashes, involving protesters who alleged Monday's vote is being rigged President Trump has thanked, the, North Korean leader Kim. Jong for allowing the presumed. Remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean war to be returned to the United States Mr.. Trump said he had thank Mr Kim for what he called his nice letter and so do you look forward. To seeing, him soon The Congolese ex militia. Leader and former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba is expected to find his candidacy for December's presidential elections. Mr. Banda was acquitted in June of war crimes charges at the international criminal court the health ministry in. The Democratic Republic of Congo says a team, of twelve experts will arrive in Beni today to send up a mobile laboratory to help deal with the latest outbreak in. The northeast of the country the World Health Organization has already started moving personnel and. Supplies to the area which is an active conflict zone The Israeli defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to. Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary balloons A Japanese newspaper alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test results of female, applicants to restrict the number of women students it's adjusted the discrimination aimed to keep the percentage to. About thirty on the basis that after qualifying any female doctors quit when they married and had children study has. Suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the. Researchers found that people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk BBC world news Hello you're listening to the thought show on the BBC World Service with me Beth sake offense, I'm with me I'm a Bishop coming up how does social media affect female friendships some people think. Is a blessing and others that it's a curse but why is this and could it all down to miscommunication But first how do you make statistics, more accessible we're. Used to hearing. Politicians the media quite various. Figures and percentages but are these relatable? And do they actually let us visualize the situation the more or,.
"beni" Discussed on WTMA
"Twenty percent per year the answer is okay only got two hundred thousand home are gonna make this thing work and for some of you you've already kind got to figure it out i paid my house off i'm doing fine guy couple hundred thousand here got my social security coming in maybe a little pension you can retire that way but many of you the majority of you all these stats you hear something about the new year all these stats about own seventy five percent of americans don't have one hundred uh don't have one thousand dollars to pay for an emergency i woulda who are these people who are these people just in here's another troubling thing i saw that debt levels are highest there are as high as they've ever been we have the highest leverage ratios than we've ever had before in america this is when people are fat and happy the economy is warring like a steam engine and people are taking on more debt than they've ever had before that scares the crap out of me because now is the time you should be paying your debt off not taking on more debt if anything you should be taking on debt when we're in the heart of a recession in times are tight in thin people are fat and happy in their taken on more debt it's ikea yuchu chew up the beni hill music in an an an internet ended in an an an an internet right to take on debt and be dumb it's greed don't you think it's like oh you know i've ever had just wants more now it's it's it's meek believe makebelieve via peeing contests k everyone's peak hawking around pretending they've got more than they actually got and then what happens is gouda hardworking people fall into this trap of oh will i need as much as a dawn tom got the brand new bmw so if i driving to work in my honda accord i'm gonna look like i'm not as good as tom no one carers no one cares be.
"beni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mountain i'm there's there's just a natural this about it that i i've really appreciate the other interesting thing in the stood i sure just pure clinton is from the venue off children's hostel the second floor lobbied there's a portico this series of holum's outsi and from this bobby that uh the beni out there they're salesforce our guest perfectly framed within the of the structure of of the children's hospital down there that's an interesting weapons but i i also you mentioned the fassino the outside and toward writing about the the sleep as the glass tower but i am certain whites you can really pick up that facetti the the frightening of the defenestration on the outside just really things do work well i'm i'm a fan of the bill in terms of the proportion and the shaping that was very much an idea of san francisco's planning department essentially wanted to create an and this is the planners talking almost like a sculpted skyline they would resemble a natural hill so you've got that you've got the peak which is what's now salesforce tower there's a building going up on first street between mission market that be nine hundred feet tall also taller than the pyramid you've got one or two more really tall buildings going into the ideas you've got salesforce towers the peak and then it goes down toward one rincon by the baybridge which used to be really tall a whole decade ago and then toward the financial district so that was very consciously done absolutely you think the caller the living taking a salesforce building from the outside but each floors and her standard has he's metal sent the contraptions where you can get more light end and yeah i mean it's a fixed grid it's not like your controlling your shudders our blinds or anything but the architects who did it pelley clark pelley a they're very interested in how do you do big commercial corporate office buildings that also are sustainable and so the outer grid that the aluminum fins and the.
"beni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mountain there's there's just a natural on this about it that i i really appreciate the other interesting thing in the stood i sure just pure clinton is from the benue off children's hostel the second lobby there's a portico this series of hall adams outsi and from this bobby that uh the beni out there they'll salesforce our guest perfectly framed within the of the structure of of the children's hospital down there that's an interesting questions but i i also you mentioned the fascinating of the outside and more griping about the the sleep as the glass tower but i am certain whites you can really pick up that of the the the fronting of the the fence race on the outside just really things do work well i'm i'm a fan of the bill in terms of the proportion and the shaping that was very much an idea of san francisco's planning department essentially wanted to create an and this is the planners talking almost like a sculpted skyline that would resemble a natural hill so you've got that you've got the peak which is what's now salesforce tower there's a building going up on first street between mission market that will be nine hundred feet tall also taller than the pyramid you've got one or two more really tall buildings going into the ideas you've got salesforce towers the peak and then it goes down toward one rincon by the baybridge which used to be really tall a whole decade ago and then toward the financial district so that was very consciously done absolutely we think the caller we've been talking about this salesforce building from the outside but each floors and her standard has his metal sent uh the contraptions where you can give more light in yeah i mean it's.
"beni" Discussed on Disruption
"Oh and dr which nature that she was really comfortable on so on a lot of morphine so that you in beni pain wake up scared when i saw the the doctors showed me the brain scans which uh some people like uh did you really want to see that but it gave me comfort in what our decision would be granted had a dr on and in canada the also do have euthanasia if you choose losers of a big processed it out we just wanted to make sure that she was really comfortable so they uh when i saw that and i sent it to my neuropsychologist sisterinlaw she she took a look to in so it was like nice to see that yes like she would be you know halfparalyzed loss of language it was on her a ball all left side so her right side was paralysed because the the the the sides are opposite each other now ryan she didn't have language wouldn't understand people were saying she'd normally angry night guard he's tall asked about this like people don't like to talk about tough because it's so horrible this galileo it's a hard subject his own monthly everyone's eyes none of us get out of this this alive freight but you need to talk to the people around you about what they want because it's hard decision and i knew wish you want and it was nearer decision you own how long have there been married for the st three years while yossi gal i've been married to frankfurt decade this year if he died i don't think i would want to live to know if i may in an i just imagine that times is six point three.
"beni" Discussed on KGO 810
"You where you want to be oakland international airport the official airport of gal affects that was very very hard for our whole family to be a that situation i can't even imagine dr mignon at you see us of beni off children's hospitals articles to cure your child cancer we have some of the most brilliant minds of science focusing on childhood leukemia she saved my daughter's life amid a thousand made his in a million knows we believe in the profound an unstoppable power of yes you see us afghani off children's hospitals oakland and san francisco redefining possible this is california golden bear's basketball lied cagey l a dad we'll make sure you tune into the cage yo hey ten post game show as on your drive around the bay area wherever you might be today holiday shopping we'll give you a indepth analysis there from the head coach stats scoreboard is well only on keijo eight ten well the believe moment of truth for the bears right now they led by as many as fourteen here in the second half as texted climbed back into it they graduated up the defense and now i'll go to the free throw line at a chance to cut the deficit to a one possession game is bear still lead fifty six fifty two 758 remaining first free throws up in goodbye debonair watson your man promotion side counterfeiting.
"beni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is morning edition from npr news good morning i'm david greene than i am rachel martin we are learning about a deadly attack against un peacekeepers in the democratic republic of congo this happened yesterday and according to the un fourteen peacekeepers have been killed and at least fifty other people injured this attack happened yesterday in a remote area in the east of that country were hostilities have been ongoing for years joining us now appear diplomatic correspondent michelle kelemen michelle what can you tell us what do we know at this point what we're hearing about a three hour fight that started at dusk on thursday a rebel group attacked this forward operating base at seventy kilometers outside of beni which is a town in eastern congo that's an area that's the mineral rich but also had has seen a lot of conflict fourteen people were killed over forty injured i'm hearing that reinforcements and medevac teams are on the ground now as is the force commander and un diplomat an official i talked to a short time ago said this is the deadliest attack on un peacekeepers that anyone can remember at least in recent decades so can you just remind us of what is the fighting about in the congo what are the factions and why has the un been there for so long lead the group that were told it was responsible for this attack as a ugandanbased rebel group known as the adf m in congo has been a know in the nineties it was dubbed africa's world war there were rebel groups from all sorts of countries that were involved in this conflict the un has been involved for many years the mission has changed over the years there were some success stories more recently because they were getting more robust input pushing rebel groups back but it always has been a very dangerous place i talked earlier this week to the head of un peacekeeping joan pierre left kwahi came into npr studios and here's what.
"beni" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"In beni snell technically in fundamentally has not been as good in the back field as he was a year ago i would expect eighty grade to lean on him tomorrow try and get him going are respectively the weather the conditions are going to be your tomorrow's gonna be kolpos supposed to snow here tomorrow night in kentucky so i i think that maybe they got off to a little bit of a hotter start than we expected sorta bought into kentucky and maybe now we're seeing more of a reality of what this team isn't who this team isn't that is one that still from a depth perspective is going to struggle against a lot of sec opponents especially late in the season color talk about the impact of john kelly missing this game for tennessee he has been the workhorse of an offense that is really not very good but without him what are they i don't know paul and listed there there's talent in the backfield for tennessee but the first thing that comes to my mind when you take away a starting running back is ok you're going to change and protection you're gonna have to limit the playbook a little bit more you're going to have to add more bodies in the protection get get the football out quickly those are all things that tennis been doing anyway so i i don't know what you limit to what you already have limited if you're tennessee offensively i think you'll see a lot of screens a lot of draws busy a lotta zone read from the quarterback position simple plays easy plays it at least give them an option and give them something else that could go right on a particular play if there's one breakdown but this offensive line does not been good the entire season i don't expect that to change against kentucky's fronts seven tomorrow now you're going with the younger backed that may be more prone to blowing an assignment going the wrong way not picking up the right gone to blitz package so i think this is going to be a real struggle for tennessee tomorrow and i would love to sit here and tell you that we'll see more simplistic playbook we'll see them down the back pull its bid dial back.
"beni" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"Her whatever you remember watching monty python back in a day right here the ministry of julie walks lady ah they should look into that you know ministry loves hilly walks man how can you pull that one off it who else he said new funny walk solid time now by beni hill and all day head yeah oh yeah big big john cleese degrees e walks with his long leg demand that school was you know what i i come at so isn't like i've not seen that so since i was a young are all yeah i don't know i don't know where they don't read play um you know if pbs would start playing him again they they could get their money you know that they need met the but in any way i'll tell you why cbs's doing a real good job with the a series called the vietnam experience really there i was watching that 1968 democratic convention in have forgotten how much mayhem was going on in america that was crazy out me and you are the same age so i i kind the remembers i remember my dad mom be an open arms about it on uh oh i remember seeing it on tv but i would have little guy you know hey it all hearing about forever this ever happening he picks up where you know how there was always like hippies driving around in they had long hair.
"beni" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And what are we get is now i want to make sure that we are on the same page here this is not nigerians in nigeria impostor note that this is name area and that's not use so they actually had a little little snippet at the end of the gear referred to the vast not you line is that right yeah now the so this is nine miria and they had a little explanation from weis in beni offered whom error at the end of the show la out that basically said that vat not you line is a reference back to when aria in season one was having the conversation with her father and her father was saying to her like oh you could become a princess in like we're pretty gowns liked so things in our area said that's not meet and so now here aria is and she sang to neria hey let's go to winter foul and bike be friends with everyone and like hang out and be domesticated and the mirrors you know what i'm i'm going to hang out with my pack and be like awesome you know wolf queen and so when she says that's not you that's aria recognizing that you know nigeria's basically taking the same path that she is strides cheese the killer she's she's all the huntress and i actually wondered like after we see kind of hop bye polling aria back to her she her humanity here i am giving you pie like the most civilized possible thing you're talking about browning your butter and like turning you nor to winner fell if now this nigeria seen as i can remind aria about those like feral side of herself she gives us be like you know what i'm heading south now actually yeah that's really interesting on a number of level so do you feel like that aria in this metaphor nigeria ends up going off i need to be with my pack does aria go out to try to track down her pack in who is it hot pine gap injury i don't know maybe her pack maybe her pack is you know the other starks right like i mean although then she is kind of going to like home and domestic kated life on.