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Ischgl: Austria sued over Tyrol ski resort's COVID-19 outbreak

Mike Gallagher

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Ischgl: Austria sued over Tyrol ski resort's COVID-19 outbreak

"Consumer rights group filing for a civil lawsuits against the country's government over covert 19 outbreaks at ski resorts. Earlier this year, the Corona virus outbreak in the ski resort of ish Kel was Austria's biggest and help spread the virus across Europe. Private Consumer Protection Association. The VSP argues the authorities reacted too slowly to the outbreak. The authorities say they acted appropriately given what was known at the time. The has described the full civil lawsuits it's filed on behalf of individuals as test cases. It says it plans to launch a East one larger class action suit next year. That's the BBC's Bethany Bell.

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More of the world is starting to reopen

BBC World Service

01:07 min | 7 months ago

More of the world is starting to reopen

"Several European countries are taking steps today to ease restrictions imposed over the pandemic in Spain adults will be able to exercise out site in Austria old shops have been reopened Bethany bell reports small shops reopened in Austria two weeks ago but now all schools are permitted to stop business again headdresses in PT sandals also allowed to operate Austrians are now free to leave their homes often looked down restrictions were eased but that's still being asked to keep the meter parts loading to the Hungarian news agency Budapest is opening its borders for business travel from Austria Germany South Korea Poland the Czech Republic and Slovakia in Germany churches museums and playgrounds will open on Monday Singapore says it will gradually begin to ease some measures put in place to contain the spread of cabinet nineteen traditional Chinese medicine practitioners will be allowed to resume some activities from Tuesday while some businesses including Bob as and laundry services will be allowed to operate from may the

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Coronavirus: Italy quarantines 16m people

WBZ Afternoon News

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Coronavirus: Italy quarantines 16m people

"Last month six passengers on board the diamond princess cruise ship died from the coronavirus passengers were forced to stay quarantine and Japan's Yokohama terminal for two weeks then over seven hundred people test positive for the corona virus the corona virus spreads across Italy its prime minister announced Sunday the region of Lombardi in the nature in neighboring provinces in the north will be placed under lockdown the mandatory quarantines affecting sixteen million people which is about a quarter of a Italy's population and will be in effect until the least April third B. B. C. news correspondent Bethany bell reports some Italians are questioning the lockdown plan there are people here initially saying is this all coming too late should these measures have been taken before now I want to be doing to our economy if you're shutting down even possibly

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Millions locked down in Italy as government announces sweeping quarantine

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Millions locked down in Italy as government announces sweeping quarantine

"People through the gates of the will carry out the champion prime minister just sepi conte today announcing a sweeping quarantine in the northern regions of this country trying to stop the rampant spread of the coronavirus movements of a quarter of a million of Italians restricted police will be able to have powers to stop people in awesome why that moving in and out B. C. correspondent Bethany bell in Bologna it's a partial lockdown it's not the sort of situation we've seen in areas of China where there was a much more stringent thing bought it it is what it to these government called a national emergency over the last week the number of infections has continued to rise at least two hundred thirty three deaths in Italy nearly six thousand confirmed cases off the California coast three grand princess cruise ship with at least twenty one virus cases aboard among passengers and crew expected to dock tomorrow

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"bethany bell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"He also appeared in a window waved and appeared to say a short blessing Italy has declared a national emergency a virtual lock down on the north this is a big escalation all the measures being taken to try and stop this virus and people here I think it just very uncertain we getting these reports of the viruses probably been in the city for a number of weeks before they would report to the B. C. correspondent Bethany bell EQT merger hello yeah then S. Palmer mud in the have all been affected by these measures people have been told they shouldn't move in and out unnecessarily very essential for emergency reasons for them to decide central what reasons the lockdown in effect at least until April third off the California coast a cruise ship grand princess steaming toward the port of Oakland California expected to dock there tomorrow where thousands of passengers and crew will disembark some have tested positive for the virus some people will get treatment others will be tested and perhaps quarantined a corona viruses gotten a little closer to the president and the vice president C. B. S.'s Sam wood singer the American conservative union says it's learned that one of the people who attended its recent convention in Washington DC's tested positive for the corona virus president trump and vice president pants were also there but officials say they never interacted with the person Mr trump says he's not worried about he also says he's not planning to cancel any rallies Fernandes.

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Italy may set up new quarantine zone as coronavirus death toll jumps by 50%

The World

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Italy may set up new quarantine zone as coronavirus death toll jumps by 50%

"It's city has reported a fifty percent jump in deaths from the corona virus in the past twenty four hours with the total standing at seventy nine most of the cases and the deaths are enormity Bethany bell reports from Milan the death toll initially is rising and so is the number of people testing positive for the coronavirus Italian health officials say they may set up a new quarantine rents a nearby town and that the mother in law Betty following a rising cases in that region the government has already imposed a lockdown on two areas ten towns in Lombardy southeast of Milan a one invented tower that's affecting around fifty

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Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

All Of It

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Austria's Kurz, Greens agree on new coalition government

"The new year and a new government in Austria after months of negotiations the center right party led by chancellor suggesting cuts the secured a coalition agreement with the greens are affecting the mind of pauses resurgence of the polls the unlikely alliance brings the greens into government for the first time Mr kat signal ridge the need for compromise physically Gilles Simon and so it is possible to reduce the tax burden and at the same time bring in ecological principles and it is possible to protect the climate and the borders the more I spoke to a Vienna correspondence Bethany bell who says this is a big win for the greens in the last parliament they didn't even make it into parliament to told they did much better in the last election but it also is quite significant in it mocks the swing to the left is the best feeling Kutz because you may remember his loss coalition was with the far right Freedom policy says it's quite a big change for him his policy may see this as a way of trying to soften his image off to that coalition with the far right because the far right Freedom Party was attracting an enormous level of support in Austria does this reflect the change in the country well the Los government fellow pops in may because of the corruption scandal involving the former head of the far right Hines Christian stuff because of that support for the Freedom Party fell quite considerably and they didn't do that well in the last election so presumably some compromises will be needed to make government work what's that going to mean in terms of policy the big issue I think that's a loss of analysts say will be difficult for the two policies is the question of immigration that was something he shed a lot in common with the far right he wants you to stop immigration of protects Austria's board is the left wing greens a fall more proof Mike Renfro refugee and it will I think that will be quite to love Shiv and they really and many of the supporters of the green opposes what Mr could stayed with immigration at that they saw that the house is a tradeoff between you know trying to get that green policies implemented and to sort of try and actually shape policy instead of being in a position so it might not be the trade the greens become more restrictive on immigration in return for their ambition of foster becoming a leading nation fighting climate change vas is certainly what they hope we don't know what details have been exactly agreed when it comes to the green policies we had from the leader of the green saying that they'd agreed mole on climate change and they could have imagined beforehand and that he wants all street to become an international leader on climate change issues we we will get more detail on that to in the coming days via correspondence

Duterte Dares Philippine Opposition Leader to Run His Drug War

BBC World Service

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Duterte Dares Philippine Opposition Leader to Run His Drug War

"The president of the Philippines Rodriguez attack today is also his deputy to take over his controversial campaign against drug traffickers Mr detail for to create the role of drugs often any Robredo's she's been a face critic of his policy from Manila his how Johnson president the turkeys offered to take control of his war on drugs came about talk to Mr Bredow said he's anti drug campaign was obviously not working the vice president has yet to confirm if she will accept Mister the turkeys challenge but has said the president would not have offered her the role on this the drug war was a failure since Mr to touch he came to power in June twenty sixteen thousands of alleged drug users and dealers have been killed during police operations human rights groups say many of the killings was summary executions with no regard for G. process by on smoking in restaurants and bonuses come into force in Austria quarter of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily of Vienna correspondent Bethany bell reports of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the longer the do you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in the type of band last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker all do the people should have freedom of choice North Korea says it successfully conducted another test of super launch multiple rocket launchers the north Korean news agency said the test to verify that the rocket launches were able to totally destroy a group of targets the United States has imposed sanctions on

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Austria passes smoking ban, snuffing out fallen government's flagship policy

BBC World Service

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Austria passes smoking ban, snuffing out fallen government's flagship policy

"By on smoking in restaurants and bonuses come into force in Austria quarter of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily of Vienna correspondent Bethany bell reports of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the longer the do you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in the type of band last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker all do the people should have freedom of choice

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Austria holds early vote after far-right corruption scandal

BBC World Service

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Austria holds early vote after far-right corruption scandal

"Austrians of voting in an early general election after a scandal it may cause the previous coalition to collapse the former head of the junior coalition partner had to resign after he was caught in a video string sting bringing down the government said by the conservative supposed to in courts Bethany bell explains the former head of the junior coalition partner in government back then the far right Freedom posses heights Christian stalker was cool secretly films on video in a villa in visa promising a woman who was pretending to be the niece of a Russian oligarch lucrative government contracts as a result of that scandal Mister Ashcroft has stepped down and then Mr Kutz himself lost a vote of no confidence and you elections were cold it's expected that suggestion courts when again when the. most votes but for short of an outright

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"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"M. T. you're listening to weekend on the BBC world service with me Celia Hatton polls have just opened in Austria around six point four million voters will be choosing a chancellor after the incumbents Sebastian Kurz very useful thirty three year old with a slick hair cut was ousted along with his coalition partners following a scandal Bethany bell is in Vienna with us now Bethany remind us how we got to this point to the I beat the gate scandal. the I. B. C. gate scandal am I merged in may see full my head of the junior coalition partner in government back then the far right Freedom policies thanks Christian Schlosser was cool secretly films on video in a villa in the visa promising a woman who was pretending to be the niece of a Russian oligarch lucrative government contracts this video was leaked to to to German newspapers and as a result of that scandal Mr stuff has stepped down as a consequence the coalition with Sebastian quits his Conservative Party fell apart and then Mr Kutz himself lost a vote of no confidence in parliament at and you elections were cold and in the meantime all street has been ruled by a technocrats caretaker government led to by Austria's first female chancellor brigade to be aligned who's the uniform of president of Austria's highest quote end is Sebastian courts he's running again what are his chances. he's he's helping them to you come at charts rebel street again against him running the social Democrats the center left social Democrats the far right Freedom Party under then you need to know but tool for the greens and stunned the small liberal neo posse now the question is. Austria will have to have it we we think another coalition government after these elections will that be a renewal all of Z. alliance between the conservatives in the far right Freedom Party will that be an alliance with the social Democrats who would it possibly be a three way pact between say the conservatives the greens and the liberal mail is very much will depend on how the Austrians that today Kurtz his has himself has warned that that left leaning part parties could gain more votes than predicted and could band together to form a coalition without him do you think that's likely. it's a possibility usually what happens is that when the rich the voting is at an end the president of Austria will give the leader of the strong this policy a mandate to enter coalition talks with all the different policies and then the Randy will will begin and said coalition talks in ostrich additionally take quite a long time and this time it could be even longer than ever but we wait to see how people vote today. how do voters feel about turning out for another election is there any enthusiasm. I also have a loss of elections in the last two three years and this of course was an early election the last general election was back in two thousand seventeen and I think and it's one of the interesting things has been help people who viewed the the cats take a technocrat government said another it has had quite good ratings in the opinion polls people feel that it's done a good job that it's helpful XIV that ring you trust in government after all the stormy period but of course the caretaker government hasn't tackled some of the most at this ical decisions and facing Austria at the moment it's it's put into place a number of things that to the Austrians felt needed to be done but then of course everyone recognizes that set the political parties will of course come back thank you that was Bethany bell speaking from Vienna. police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters who are marking five years since the start of what became known as the umbrella movement it was a campaign of civil disobedience and protest in the.

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OPEC and Russia Seek to Support the Price of Oil

All Of It

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

OPEC and Russia Seek to Support the Price of Oil

"Members of the OPEC oil cartel and allied produces will meet in Vienna today to consider extending production cuts they've been holding back production for the past two years to prop up the price of crude oil Bethany bell reports from Vienna OPEC and its allies led by Russia have been reducing oil output since two thousand and seventeen to prevent prices falling amid soaring production from the United States major OPEC states say they've agreed to a further extension of cops but Iran has still not spoken about it publicly Iran's oil exports have dropped significantly because of Washington's fresh sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program the sanctions a putting around under huge

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"bethany bell" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on KCRW

"Meanwhile, Renault is popular in Europe and Russia, mostly with smaller vehicles. Mark Wakefield global auto consultants at Alex partner's says merger talks like this are being driven by the need to make some big investments, all these new trends coming into automotive profitable yet, but that everyone believes are the future, combining forces, let's carmakers split the cost of investing in electric cars, atonomy, and new business models like shared cars, Renault's board of directors says it is considering the proposed merger Camille domino, Ascii, NPR, news Austrian chance. Lers Sebastian Kurz, and his centre-right government have been forced from office. He broke up his coalition with the far-right Freedom Party last week after its leader was caught in a covert video sting, that suggested he was open to corruption, the BBC's Bethany bell reports from Vienna. Jeff days off to the best in cuts can take a government was sworn into office. It's lost vote of no confidence. The motion was brought in by the opposition, social Democrats, and was also supported by the far-right Freedom Party which until loft week with Mr. Kurtz, his coalition partner. Australia's president unac- Sunda funded Belen must now appoint a chance for the Tacoma government that can hold until the next national election, which is expected to take place in September. The BBC's Bethany bell President Trump became the first world leader to meet with Japan's new emperor on a trip filled with ceremony, the president told reporters that US Japan relations are rock-solid, the essence of our pro. Coach is peace through Skype and this is a strong alliance. Indeed, the US panel lions is steadfast and ironclad. The president disagreed with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave about recent short range North Korean missile tests. Trump saying he was not troubled by them. Japan's obey calling the tests, a matter of quote, great regret. This is NPR support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Neum offering a personalized weight loss program that uses psychology small goals and technology designed to help people change habits and keep the weight off for good at Neum.

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Bethany Bell, Sebastian Coots And Chancellor discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Bethany Bell, Sebastian Coots And Chancellor discussed on Morning Edition

"And the Austrian chancellor Sebastian coots is to face a no confidence vote in parliament following a corruption scandal and the collapse of his right-wing coalition. His fullness partners the fall, right? Freedom Party withdrew from government on Monday after Mr. coulds cold for the sacking of one of the cabinet members Bethany bell is all correspondent in Vienna. And she joins me live from them. Maybe you could remind us Bethany of that video sting that began the whole crisis. Well,

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"bethany bell" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Five and I I was twenty one I've been for hypnotherapy chewed gum. It doesn't work. My husband's got a viper. I tried it down. Then I don't like it actually makes me cough lock dog. I'll give them the up on hate to cigarettes. Okay. It doesn't smell anything like as much but otherwise pretty much like smoking a cigarette globally, the number of vapors has gone from about seven million in twenty eleven to thirty five million in two thousand sixteen and it's estimated to rise to almost fifty five million by twenty twenty one the World Health Organization says that e cigs off still addictive because the liquid being vaporized is still nicotine and that some sweeter flavors of e cigarettes. Also irritants the potentially cause inflammation of the Airways. So while health experts would never recommend starting vaping. If you don't already smoke. It seems that according to their research vaping could be the lesser of two evils, and perhaps even a way to quit entirely Olivia Kremlin there to Austria. Now where police say five monks have been injured one of them seriously during a robbery at a church in a suburb of Vienna. Large manhunts now underway. Harold Soros is. A spokesman for the Vienna. Police from top view on them. The exact motive is unclear. I think we can rule out terrorism. There is a large spectrum of possible motives, it might be a robbery and active violence, perhaps an act of revenge. Let's get some more details about what happened from Vienna. Correspondent Bethany bell the assailants entered the Catholic church of Maria Immaculata brandishing a gun. They forced a monk to the ground tied him up and kicked and violently beaten with metal tools he suffered serious head injuries. For other monks who enter the church the later were also set upon beaten and tied up with cables. And rape. They were discovered. More than three hours later. The injured monks of being treated in hospital report from Bethany bell Rosemary's here. Now with some other stories around these desk, the yacht wild oats eleven skippered by Mark Richards has sparked controversy following its win in the sydney-to-hobart Asian race. The nine time winning boat is said to have had it's automatic identification system turned off in contravention of the events rules. The transponder is used to update organizers on the speed and direction of all your involved in the race. The United States coast guard.

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With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Mike Gallagher

01:02 min | 2 years ago

With US out, others reaffirm commitment to Iran nuclear deal

"To drop its commitments to the nuclear deal foreign minister high coma said that well powers wouldn't be able to fully compensate for companies pulling out of iran because of the new us sanctions that he warned that abandoning the deal would cause more harm to iran's economy the iranian president hassan rohani has already expressed disappointment at european proposals to save the deal saying they didn't go far enough the french foreign minister jean yves le drian said well powers needed time to work on ways of getting round us sanctions bbc's bethany bell new research suggests the family of anne frank the world famous jewish diarist who died in the holocaust and tried unsuccessfully to immigrate to the united states and later also to cuba going into officials at the end frank house resume in amsterdam and also the us holocaust memorial museum news and analysis townhall dot com stuck in traffic we've got the answer we got.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Was reached on monday during talks to save germany's governing coalition bethany bell reports in a statement austria's government said it wanted tariffication of germany's position but it warned without giving details that it would take measures to protect southern borders with italy and slovenia if the german deal goes ahead that could risk a domino effect in europe if the number of migrants increases migrant numbers currently very low spot checks and on the borders by joint patrols of austrian and german police and austrian and italian police already take place migrants who are caught at the borders a frequently sent back that was bethany bell and just onto a month's time pakistan will hold general elections the ruling pakistan muslim league the pm l n is hoping to be reelected and become the first party in the country's history to serve two consecutive terms but the right of center party has come under increasing pressure from its opponents a sikanda camonte reports elections a good business but pakistan's printing presses to short enroll windy they're starting to churn out posters for the ruling pm and party dominated by the sharieff family and their main rivals the pti led by imran khan it's expected to be a tight race and the key battleground between the two is this province been job which contains more than half of all the seats being contested job has been the traditional base of the pm eleven and polls place them in the lead here and nationwide but the are expected to take seats from the rope in the contains a number of marginal constituencies watch just in from nova shreve spotty because he's the only one who is improved the country's infrastructure do corruption we are exposed all the corruption that was going on here we have tried everyone else be wanted change and if we go to ben the pm is still reeling from the disqualification last year of former prime minister in the wash reef he's currently on trial on corruption charges what's his brother has taken over the party imran khan cricket turned populist politician led the charge against the reef and now i believe he can become prime minister the buck is stan is divided rod these by him in a candidate's supporters sean the watch to name opposition voted the disqualification of new orleans three was an unprecedented victory accountability and i've country right by corruption but his support he's the victim of a political conspiracy one that they say with engineered by the country's military establishment the army denies interfering in politics with the election in part will be a referendum on the wash reese disqualification in jobs for example if the political analyst star hit melik says she still have significant support particularly in the more urban central part of job from north novas reviews from lower he belongs to industrialists klaus moore of laws is so people relate to him and he's unbiased moment of course they like the fact he's antiestablishment today just like the fact he's good for business he the people like the elsewhere in the southern more rural parts of the province have been a number of defections to iran khan's party by socalled electable electricals have their own cloud doesn't matter they are running or they are contesting election from air party your party they claim that their world bank is person and what are they they've been doing in southern punjab in the last few weeks they have switched loyalties they have ditch pm eleven and impression has been created the milan will not common to power unlike the last two sets of elections the threat of militant violence is no longer the key issue in bacchus stan the economy and questions over the military's behind the scenes influence in political life a dominating discussion this is only the second time ever parliament has completed its term in office and it's a crucial time for democracy in the country to counter kamani with that report still to come in this podcast we were subhuman before it was lower of the jungle and we were exploited now things have changed dramatically how a group of rubbish collectors in morocco managed to transform their lives.

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Austria gives skeptical response to German migrant deal

BBC World Service

04:18 min | 2 years ago

Austria gives skeptical response to German migrant deal

"With the diving skills required to reach them they're also talking about bringing in power lines and phone lines so they can talk to their families even when they recover their strength bringing them back through miles of partly flooded tunnels will be a daunting challenge and the rainy season has just started here water levels will rise the australian government says it will take steps to protect its borders if germany tightens its frontier controls at deal to stop asylumseekers entering germany from austria was reached during talks to save germany's governing coalition on monday from vienna bethany bell reports in a statement australia's government said it wanted clarification of germany's position that it warned without giving details that it would take measures to protect its southern borders with italy and slovenia if the german deal goes ahead that could risk the domino effect in europe at the number of migrants increases migrant numbers currently very low spot checks and on the borders by joint patrols of austrian and german police and australian and italian police already take place migrants who are caught at the borders of frequently sent back libyan naval officials say sixty three migrants trying to reach europe are missing after their inflatable boats sank east of the capital tripoli forty one people aboard who were life jackets were rescued those missing are among one hundred and seventy people disappeared since friday demonstrators in poland are planning to show their support for supreme court judges who could be forced to retire today under new regulations that the european commission says undermined judicial independence the controversial reforms means premium court judges must retire at the age of sixty five rather than seventy atom eastern reports the european commission spokesman said the matter was urgent a new supreme court law low as the retirement age from seventy to sixty five and the affected judges can only stay on if pollens president a government ally allows them to the commission said this measure the minds judicial independence and breaches eu rules several judges including the court's first president malgorzata guest off say their mandates are protected by the polish constitution and they have pledged to return to work a wednesday world news from the bbc parliament in israel has passed a law that will penalize the palestinian government for paying stipends to palestinian prisoners held in israel jails each month israel collects about one hundred and thirty million dollars of tax revenue on behalf of the palestinian authority and the law mandates that israel will withhold the some equivalent of the stipends the palestinians say the phones are welfare payments for six and a half thousand prisoners and their families the british government has set to seventy five point action plan to reduce the discrimination and injustice experienced by lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people it includes legislation to ban what it described as the apartment practice of trying to turn gay people straight the proposal stem from a survey of more than one hundred thousand lgbt people a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the archbishop of adelaide philip wilson remained silent as a magistrate delivered the decision not to send him to jail the sixty seven year old was convicted in may of covering up abuse by a pedophile priest in the nineteen seventies philip wilson has so far refused to resign as an archbishop the magistrate said he showed no remorse or contrition this abuse victim daniel ffynnon give his response to the ruling i tied the court are just can't believe that it's gone on for so long so i was forty two last week so it was abused when i was twelve on since thirty years and i'm still sitting there looking at catholic church and coverups scientists have mapped the entire genome of one of trillions most recognizable marsupials the koala it's hoped that day so will lead to treatments for diseases affecting the vulnerable species such as committee which leaves koalas blind and infertile style disease dog attacks car strikes i'm bushfires have left only a tiny fraction of the estimated ten million koalas living before european colonisation of australia bbc news.

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Austria to close 7 mosques, expel imams in crackdown

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Austria to close 7 mosques, expel imams in crackdown

"Austria has said that it will close down seven mosque and expel imams who it says are funded by foreign countries teen could said parallel societies political islam and radicalization had no place in austria under australia's islam law which bans foreign funded clerics around forty imams from turkish organization face expulsion vicechancellor hints christian staffer of the freedom party said that in recent years many terrorists tried to legitimize the axe by calling on the koran bbc correspondent bethany bell reporting from vienna austria a black man accused of using an improvised flame thrower during a white nationalist rally in charlottesville has been convicted of disorderly conduct local news outlets report corey long was found guilty friday in order to serve twenty days in jail news and analysis at townhall dot com.

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UN office calls on US to stop separating families at border

Global News Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

UN office calls on US to stop separating families at border

"It's a complex picture bethany bells speaking from vienna the united nations is called on the us to stop separating migrant children from families arriving in the country illegally at its southern border the un human rights office in geneva said the practice contravened international law and that it was concerned by what it called washington's zero tolerance towards illegal migrants here's imaging folks writes office believes hundreds of children have been removed from their families after entering the us illegally with their parents along its southern border irregular migration should not be criminalized the un believes and it is calling on washington to stop separating families immediately the united states is the only country in the world which has not ratified the un convention on the rights of the child but the un pointed out the rights of children are generally held in high regard in the us and separating children from the hearings constitutes a serious violation of those rights the un says many of those causing the southern border who fled insecurity and violence in honduras guatemala or real salvador imaging folks it's one year since qatar was put under a blockade by its arab neighbours lead by saudi arabia the other states accused the gulf state of supporting terrorism and of being too close to their arch rival iran qatar denied that and refuse to comply with a list of demands including closing its aljazeera news network in recent months the country has been taking steps to overcome its 'isolation has our correspondent your land knell has been finding out.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The city stop by the steakhouse itself it to twenty eight west fifty second street look over the stakes and picks them out yourself and bring gallagher here's home today and forget an unknown attacker are with a knife was shot and killed by soldiers guarding the iranian embassador residents in vienna police spokesman said the attacker was a twenty six year old australian citizen he approached one of the soldiers outside the residence of the iranian ambassador late on sunday night and took out a knife a struggle took place between the two men the soldier use pepper spray to try and stop the attack and then shot the man dead the soldier was stabbed in the arm and was taken to hospital an investigation is now underway the bbc's bethany bell a plane carrying seventy when people from bangladesh swerved radically and dangerously low before crashing at erupting planes as it landed monday and cap and do the paul's capital killing at least fifty people working news and analysis at townhall dot com the bachelor profited opera has fired music director emeritus james la bide after an investigation found evidence of sexual abuse and harassment levine was suspended by the med and december pending the investigation the bed says its investigation found the vine engaged in sexually abusive and harassing conduct towards vulnerable artists in the early stages of their careers the company says it would be inappropriate impossible for mr levin to continue to work at the met the seventy four year old divine had been a towering figure in the company's history ruling over its repertoire orchestra and singers as music or artistic director from nineteen seventy six until he stepped down under pressure two years ago the mets says claims its management or board had covered up information of the vines conduct were unsubstantiated heath peters reporting part of ventilation shaft has fallen into a pool area but ohio waterpark injuring five people the injuries are minor after large piece of the air conditioning duct fell into the way pool this is townhall dot com hi it's mike gallagher i hope you'll join my friends and colleagues here at am nine hundred seventy.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This kind of thing what is interesting this drill procedure was only put into practice at the end of last year and so they've been looking into this but these things are very much in their infancy in hawaii for example there is no nuclear shelter in place there there hasn't been one since the end of the cold war no buildings apparently are identified as shelters for people in hawaii in this sort of circumstance so if nothing else that has revealed a major gap in the whole process my guess it be quite useful for the authorities to see exactly how people did reacts when this alert came out well it will yes and that is another a benefit to the whole thing but they will frankly oliver ever be very very keen to put this behind them it causes such alarm as we've heard and it's a terrible embarrassment there because it does raise the question of course of crying wolf well people actually believe it's the next time which may be the real time that's just one of the concerns following this unfortunate episode david wyss in washington early this week the new farright austrian interior minister was accused of using nazi terminology when talking about asylum seekers now at least twenty thousand people have taken to the streets of the capital vienna to protest against the presence of the farright freedom party in the coalition government of dna correspondent bethany bell spoke to me from the rally on standing in here as hadn't pat such as the heap square outside the former royal palace in vienna more and more people coming in at the moment it's in noisy crowd put children i can feet way pushchairs named bugis those great here called grandmother's against the rights and people shouting listening to music and protesting against the presence of the.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This kind of thing what is interesting this drill procedure was only put into practice at the end of last year and so they've been looking into this but these things are very much in their infancy in hawaii for example there is no nuclear shelter in place there there hasn't been one since the end of the cold war no buildings apparently are identified as shelters for people in hawaii in this sort of circumstance so if nothing else that has revealed a major gap in the whole process my guess it be quite useful for the authorities to see exactly how people did reacts when this alert came out well it will yes and that is another a benefit to the whole thing but they will frankly oliver ever be very very keen to put this behind them it causes such alarm as we've heard and it's a terrible embarrassment there because it does raise the question of course of crying wolf well people actually believe it's the next time which may be the real time that's just one of the concerns following this unfortunate episode david wyss in washington early this week the new farright austrian interior minister was accused of using nazi terminology when talking about asylum seekers now at least twenty thousand people have taken to the streets of the capital vienna to protest against the presence of the farright freedom party in the coalition government of dna correspondent bethany bell spoke to me from the rally on standing in here as hadn't pat such as the heap square outside the former royal palace in vienna more and more people coming in at the moment it's in noisy crowd put children i can feet way pushchairs named bugis those great here called grandmother's against the rights and people shouting listening to music and protesting against the presence of the.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Objects of desire and non profit workshop in vienna supported by the government is working with the longterm unemployed to make furniture ornaments and jewelry out of old household appliances bethany bell reports from the dismantling and recycling centre in vienna well this is open wife pool of machine old microwaves washing machines i say dead but they're not quite does because a number of these things unless any be recycled they'll be upcycle to make objects of design catching a lent's is a quality manager here the center we collect garbage the first close but specific kinds of garbage that means look electric and electronic equipment and then we dismantling it devices that can still be used a from a very small part we make design objects and jewelry and we are for the old garbage an opportunity to get reused or to get up cycled and this is the workshop where the magic happens that tables covered in boos eyeglass bowls from the front of washing machines which you bring prepared to be designed and sandblasted and said coils of multi colored wires which will be transformed into necklaces the objects that are made here are for instance notes books out of old records we make furniture's were all out of old washing machine drums or stools that you can sit on and it's not just about transforming trash many of the people who work here the longterm unemployed as she cut up old records to make notebook covers suzanne told me she's been given any chance isn't the score as of this is the as cool you make something new out of old stuff but it hurts me what i have to cut up these old records here but that's the way it goes i would this is hopeful many the unemployed he had don't speak german as their first language the center also offers german lessons taught by monica viceminister some of them they want to learn german but many those used to iraq was their hands and they think it's not necessary to learn german very well because most of their colleagues usually are also talking other languages we tried to convince them because it's a requirement that you understand german.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The party recently published citations the freedom party politician apparently giving the hitler salute he denied the charge but also didn't take up his seat in the upper house of parliament in the year two thousand there was huge protests against the freedom party when it joined to previous government back then the eu even impose limited diplomatic sanctions on austria there was an outcry in austria and across europe but today eu sanctions very unlikely austria's new needed sebastian could says pledged to form a pro eu government austria has changed europe has changed allow some people are wondering if the freedom party has really changed to those bethany bell in vienna it's just over a year since the destruction of the migrant campaign kelly which had become known as the jungle was to the jungles inhabitants were taken away to new purposebuilt shelters but that hasn't stopped more turning up in the french port city still hoping to cross the channel and reach britain and many of those are now living in far worse conditions than the jungles residents epa faced police reports it'll be raining heavily when we arrived in the area of wasteland own kelly's eastern outskirts was soaked motti much like the people camped out there all nearby in fact camped would be too generous the term for the living conditions most of the refugees be found with sleeping under a piece of top polling who just out in the open they subvert accord very dangerous in the poorest you're living in the forest of the moment era 100 lake is taking the closest snow good for me the rains just started picking up again hero getting drenched entities very cold is well i've got to be honest i can't wait to get back onto a roof back into the womb the idea that these people are sleeping rough here without covers in many cases it's really hard to imagine what that's like that's hard to describe or to just like he has first time he's cold to call where are you sleeping at the moment in street here sleeping in the streets there the biggest problem here test the violence of the.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Is not somewhere whether ever more rules and regulations at one with a few rules found in everyone sticks to keep the of a phone i anger heightened up the coalition deal will make austria the only western european state with a governing farright party which is opposed to migration and the european union our correspondent in vienna bethany bell told us what we can expect from this partnership of the freedom party has been traditionally eurosceptic cat but now we had quite strong statements from the freedom party saying that they stand for european values they stand to the peace process of europe because they wouldn't get a deal it to get into government and with mr coates because he vowed to pledge to have a strongly pro eu government uh all differences between the two and even some of the tensions were visible because they were presenting that that government program mr could of the conservative people's party was very pro you mr staff had the head of the freedom party was saying were critical we would like sanctions on russia to be lifted mr kuc countered by saying no with sticking with eu policy we don't want sanctions lifted so you know they're all differences on all the matches though they there's a lot of agreement particularly when it comes to migrants they've taken a very hard line on immigration and the speaking back on the european union asia they've ruled out the possibility of a brexit style referendums that right yes it's interesting because one of the things the freedom party wanted was more easier referendums more direct democracy and the conservatives agreed to that on the condition that there was no referendum on austria's eu membership and again the leader of the freedom party said that they might like to have seen that being a bit whiter and you know an idea that he was not entirely satisfied with that but in it he said that this was a compromise and as any coalition would be and for junior reporter in a coalition that certainly taken some key ministerial positions the freedom party indeed they've come away with.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Is not somewhere whether ever more rules and regulations at one with a few rules found in everyone sticks to keep the of a phone i anger heightened up the coalition deal will make austria the only western european state with a governing farright party which is opposed to migration and the european union our correspondent in vienna bethany bell told us what we can expect from this partnership of the freedom party has been traditionally eurosceptic cat but now we had quite strong statements from the freedom party saying that they stand for european values they stand to the peace process of europe because they wouldn't get a deal it to get into government and with mr coates because he vowed to pledge to have a strongly pro eu government uh all differences between the two and even some of the tensions were visible because they were presenting that that government program mr could of the conservative people's party was very pro you mr staff had the head of the freedom party was saying were critical we would like sanctions on russia to be lifted mr kuc countered by saying no with sticking with eu policy we don't want sanctions lifted so you know they're all differences on all the matches though they there's a lot of agreement particularly when it comes to migrants they've taken a very hard line on immigration and the speaking back on the european union asia they've ruled out the possibility of a brexit style referendums that right yes it's interesting because one of the things the freedom party wanted was more easier referendums more direct democracy and the conservatives agreed to that on the condition that there was no referendum on austria's eu membership and again the leader of the freedom party said that they might like to have seen that being a bit whiter and you know an idea that he was not entirely satisfied with that but in it he said that this was a compromise and as any coalition would be and for junior reporter in a coalition that certainly taken some key ministerial positions the freedom party indeed they've come away with.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Past diets we want to strengthen our stand on both secure all social system and above all we want to make our country safe also towards the fight against illegal immigration our correspondent bethany bell told me more from vienna we know that there have been fight during the negotiation period ever questions are about europe for one thing that the freedom party has traditionally been more eurosceptical the sebastian courts under the conservatives has promised to form any eu friendly government and i think a lot of austrians a sort of waiting to see who has the upper hand here the conservatives have said that they were trying to rein in the the excessive use of the freedom party if you like other people would say will actually they've just taken on freedom party policies particularly when it comes to migrants democracy moon maybe get your idea as you're saying who has a behind when we see how the ministries will be divvy dark yes some in the is the understanding is that the freedom party will have several key posts i've seen reports in the media unconfirmed saying that they may get the interior ministry they make up the defence ministry and also the foreign ministry as well so these are very key ministries that they may be about to get there was a lot of talk tokyo's well before at this announcement was made the seve ning that they were going to block newcomers from accessing many social services in austria until they had been here for five years they would go and cut benefits refugees so it it will be very interesting to see quite how this pans out they're game to meet.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Past diets we want to strengthen our stand on both secure all social system and above all we want to make our country safe also towards the fight against illegal immigration our correspondent bethany bell told me more from vienna we know that there have been fight during the negotiation period ever questions are about europe for one thing that the freedom party has traditionally been more eurosceptical the sebastian courts under the conservatives has promised to form any eu friendly government and i think a lot of austrians a sort of waiting to see who has the upper hand here the conservatives have said that they were trying to rein in the the excessive use of the freedom party if you like other people would say will actually they've just taken on freedom party policies particularly when it comes to migrants democracy moon maybe get your idea as you're saying who has a behind when we see how the ministries will be divvy dark yes some in the is the understanding is that the freedom party will have several key posts i've seen reports in the media unconfirmed saying that they may get the interior ministry they make up the defence ministry and also the foreign ministry as well so these are very key ministries that they may be about to get there was a lot of talk tokyo's well before at this announcement was made the seve ning that they were going to block newcomers from accessing many social services in austria until they had been here for five years they would go and cut benefits refugees so it it will be very interesting to see quite how this pans out they're game to meet.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Five former us president were in college station texas saturday night the aid texas florida louisiana the virgin islands and puerto rico after the hurricanes president trump was on video two presidents jimmy carter george hw bush bill clinton george w bush and barack obama i want to express our deep gratitude for your tremendous assistance so far that hurricane help appeal has raised more than thirty million dollars tom foty cbs news that former president jimmy carter on that texas stage last night today is ready to serve the current president with a little jet diplomacy wants to go to north korea to settle things down a bit cbs has been tracy reports from beijing there is some precedent here over president carter did go to pyongyang back in the midnineties while bill clinton was president over the objections of ben president bill clinton and struck a deal with kim ilsung who is the grandfather of a current leader kim jab note us allied forces say they have captured series large two oilfield from isis kurdish led group says it is now in full control of the aisle omar fields that is what funded a lot of isis operations escalating political turmoil in catalonia spain's prime minister says the central government will temporarily take over that rebellious state ending autonomy now separatist leader carlos push among fake is a decision huge bbc's bethany bell she's there may core kohl at needs a session nifty regional parliaments here in the next couple of days and at that session that could be events on a unilateral declaration of independence last pitch of the last game of the american league champions series last night skies this what's rob board of the astros radio network astros beating the yankees four nothing game one of the world series tuesday dodgers in the astra's in la and dodger fans are confident four letter written on the titanic the day before the ship sank selling for one hundred and sixty six.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Report was from a net a tufic allies appears at some three hundred thousand lovers of the movie the sound of music make the pilgrimage to the austrian town of salzburg where the film is set the film is based on the reallife story of maria the singing nanny who captured the hearts of the von trapps candian escaped the nazis were now salzburg city council i suggested naming a street often array of on trap called the richest to believe the student already exists better application was turned down bethany bell reports now from salzburg i wondering along a little footpath in bicycle lane that meanders three the green suburbs of south stagg and on my right i can see the foothills of the alps that surround the city this poff doesn't have a name and not long ago a local politician called me lina vendrell came up with the idea of naming it after a woman who's done more to put this city on the map than anyone except night sought maria fund trap i wanted to name the streets after muddy from propped because she's a famous person salzburg have families famous assault broken very important four south but for the country at the city but the city of south snug turned her application down his brown a new chased time on with rings he authorities said that maria from channel was he he idealized get presented in the movie they point to the fact that in her autobiography maria front describes using harsh corporal punishment to discipline had children behavior that wouldn't be acceptable today your highness scaife anita it's the spokesman for the city of south spoke there was too much violence against children when we come for took his theory so we decided not to raise three flu maria fa cup it's quite likely that a.

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"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"bethany bell" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It has upped in rwanda actually when you go there at the airport you have to declare whether you have a politician bag because you not allowed to to get into the country with the police in bugs he tells what there and it is one of africa's cleanest cities and what about the effect of the plastic bags there are lots of images of the moments because of the bumbling introduced of very messy places covered him bits of ragged plastic gold that can be a problem kanu it is a huge problem and empty when you drive around town in nairobi and other urban centres you find huge mounds of rubbish that has been discarded inside polyfin bugs as a most of the time it is a things from the kitchen the two throwing away but then all of them i wrapped in poland bugs and so you have huge heaps animals have been feeding on them and there was a report by the united nations environment programme that our cows that a slaughtered narrow neraby actually have a huge amounts of poland bugs in their guts when they are slaughtered they get up to twenty polythene bugs in one cow the bbc's it austria is stepping up spot checks on goods supply train's coming from italy in an effort to block off a transit route for migrants seventy soldiers have been deployed to help the police near the brenner pass border the police say that although the overall migrant streams are stable there's a rising number of people hiding on the trains to travel north to austria and germany around ninety people have been picked up on freight trains in austria since july bethany bell reports from near the border with italy.

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