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Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on Live Local and Progressive

Live Local and Progressive

01:47 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on Live Local and Progressive

"And homegrown terrorists our people have been terrorized for generations in this country Our existence in this country comes from a place of terror then we look at the fight for reproductive rights as Oklahoma lawmakers approve the most sweeping abortion ban in the country We'll speak to the nation magazine's abortion access correspondent Amy littlefield about Oklahoma and the fight for abortion after roe falls With this total abortion ban I think Oklahoma is really becoming a harbinger of what we're going to see across huge regions of this country in the coming weeks and months when entire regions start to go dark in terms of abortion access All that and more coming up Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report I'm Amy Goodman The United States Senate has approved a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine promising heavy weapons for its military and humanitarian aid for millions of people displaced by Russia's invasion Democrats were unanimous in their support for the measure just 11 Republicans voted against it It's by far the largest U.S. foreign aid package in decades and brings total U.S. assistance to Ukraine to $54 billion in less than three months The bill's speedy passage through Congress came as Republican senators continue to block $10 billion in additional COVID funding And as much of President Biden's legislative agenda remains stalled on Capitol Hill including bills on voting rights and the climate crisis In Ukraine president volodymyr zelensky thanked the U.S. for its support Thursday He said Russia's assault has completely destroyed the eastern Donbass region Meanwhile The New York Times has published witness testimony and video showing how Russian paratroopers executed at least 8 Ukrainian men in a key suburb on March 4th and a potential war crime Russia's rejected a call by the United Nations to end its Black Sea naval blockade which has prevented Ukraine from exporting grain to world markets On Thursday UN secretary general Antonio Guterres told the Security Council Russia's invasion threatens to trigger years of mass hunger and famine compounding food shortages caused by climate change COVID and inequality The war in Ukraine is now adding a frightening new dimension to this picture of global hunger Russian Russia's invasion of its neighbor is effectively ended its food exports Price increases have up to 30% for staple food threatened people in countries across Africa and the Middle East including cabaret Libya Somali Sudan and Yemen A new report by the Norwegian refugee council finds an unprecedented over 60 million people worldwide were displaced last year due to war violence in the climate emergency cyclones and flooding triggered most internal displacements the latest global report on internal displacement doesn't include the nearly 8 million people that have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion began in February President Biden's arrived in South Korea kicking off a 6 day visit to Asia that will also take him to Japan next week Biden's first stop today is a tour of a Samsung electronics plant alongside the newly inaugurated South Korean president their meeting came after The White House said it expects North Korea to carry out a long-range missile test or a nuclear test during Biden's trip Meanwhile a top Chinese diplomat young jeju told Biden's national security adviser Jake Sullivan and phone call Wednesday quote if the U.S. continues to play the Taiwan card and head further on the wrong path this will certainly lead to dangerous situations China will be steadfast to take actions that defend its sovereignty and security interests he said Oklahoma lawmakers have passed a bill that bans nearly all abortions starting at fertilization The measure now heads to Republican governor Kevin stitt who's promised to sign what will become the nation's strictest anti abortion law the legislation allows any Oklahoma resident to sue doctors who perform abortions or anyone who aids or a vets and abortion modeled on Texas's anti abortion law that took effect in September The Oklahoma legislature also approved to build Thursday banning transgender people from using the bathroom that matches their gender identity Democratic Oklahoma state representative Maury Turner spoke out against both measures during floor debate Thursday I hope that folks truly understand that the author of this bill has not run any legislation that's actually going to protect life in Oklahoma When we are facing a time where folks are having to ration the formula that they are giving their babies Or we are suffering from doctors lawyers educators leaving the state because we are not creating a safe space but a place where big brother is always watching you This is not how we create community or save it Please vote no We'll have more on the fight for abortion rights later in the broadcast In Buffalo the first funeral will be held today for the victims of Saturday's massacre when an 18 year old self described white supremacist opened fire on a grocery store in the heart of buffalo's black community The gunman shot dead ten people all of them African American Today's funeral is for 68 year old Hayward Patterson who is a deacon at the tabernacle church of God He was known for giving rides to people who needed to shop at tops where Saturday's attack took place The suspect briefly appeared in court Thursday after a grand jury indicted him on first degree murder to which he pleaded not guilty Families of the victims were inside the courtroom where they faced the suspect for the first time since the weekend's mass shooting The FBI is also weighing federal hate crime and terrorism charge as well as more on the story after headlines The House of Representatives is narrowly approved a bill to crack down on price gouging on gasoline It's passage came as gas prices reach new.

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President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:36 sec | 15 hrs ago

President Biden Signs Ukraine Aid Bill

"The United States Senate passed the president has signed the $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. U.S. missiles are being considered for sale to European allies, harpoon missiles that could end the Black Sea blockade of Ukrainian wheat that the entire country needs. The Pentagon official told The New York Times that Russian troops have been forced to fight in smaller formations in the eastern area of Ukraine known as the Donbass because they're getting shattered by western artillery that's arrived just imagine if we had done this last year. It might have deterred everything, the stock market nastiness would have not happened.

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Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:27 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"The United States Senate passed the president has signed the $40 billion in aid to Ukraine. U.S. missiles are being considered for sale to European allies, harpoon missiles that could end the Black Sea blockade of Ukrainian wheat that the entire country needs. The Pentagon official told The New York Times that Russian troops have been forced to fight in smaller formations in the eastern area of Ukraine known as the Donbass because they're getting shattered by western artillery that's arrived just imagine if we had done this last year. It might have deterred everything, the stock market nastiness would have not happened.

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Russia pounds Odesa as civilian bodies uncovered elsewhere

AP News Radio

01:08 min | Last week

Russia pounds Odesa as civilian bodies uncovered elsewhere

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Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:43 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "black sea" discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"The world's grain supplies to ransom. We'll have a look ahead to the beginning of the World Economic Forum in Davos. Later in the show. We'll reflect on the life and career of the Greek composer angelus, who has died aged 79 and will have our weekly assessment of what, if anything, we have learned this week. That's all coming up right here on the briefing on monocle 24. And welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me Andrew Muller. So far at least, Russia has not internationalized its rampage in Ukraine in any military sense. Russia has, however, found one way to make its war everyone else's problem. It is increasingly clear that Russia's effective blockade of Ukraine's Black Sea ports could have calamitous effects on global food supplies, Ukraine, one of the world's great grain producers has been forced to move exports by rail or by river. Russia is being explicit about the threat it is making. It is demanding a review of UN sanctions as the price of letting the ports operate. While I'm joined with more on this by lada rositi, founder of black trident and defense and security consulting group in Ukraine. A lot of first of all, what can you tell us about the restrictions on the Black Sea ports operations at the moment? Is anything able to get in or out of them at all? Well, there are quite crippling and full blockade continues to exist in the Odessa and to the modest ports. Ukraine is suffering very badly because of Russia's invasion and de facto occupation of the Black Sea area. And what we do see Russia doing actually is violating the montreux convention, which allows Russia allows turkey to block the straits for access for Russian warships. But what we see Russia during currently is abusing the services of civil merchant vessels and supplying them with stolen grains that we were just mentioning, but also fuel and weaponry to be funding the other wars that it is currently engaged in. So is it fair then to view Russia's appeal for sanctions relief as the fairly straightforward ransom demand it looks. Relieved the sanctions or we will, well, we will begin to starve quite large portions of the world. Right. Well, it's kind of ridiculous, isn't it, to have Russia bullying the world around stealing Ukraine's grains that feed the world. And then still demanding a sanction relief, usually you get sanctioned relief when you behave better. And I don't think anybody can really point out to one activity where Russia is starting to behave better. So I don't think sanctioned relief is on the table. It shouldn't be, if anything, the sanctions should be made more stringent against the Russian Federation and the littoral states of the Black Sea should really cooperate to push Russia out and using military force as necessary. Well, on that subject, you will be aware of these reports that U.S. manufactured harpoon and naval strike missiles might be sent to Ukraine. Is that a possible indication of a solution to the Black Sea blockade? Absolutely. It's a part of a solution. And hopefully we're going to see the import and the training of these of these systems as soon as possible. You have to remember that these are not simple pistols, which also require training, but these are systems that many men and women need to be trained, how to operate, they need to be transported, and once that is all set up, I think that we have a really good chance of really pushing Russia away from the territory to which it doesn't belong. And we're all looking forward to this happening as soon as possible. The coach straight bridge is also a very nice target that would slow Russia down. There has been speculation pretty much since the beginning of the invasion that something Russia might be looking to do or something that Russia might even settle for was this so called land bridge to Crimea linking the Donbass with Crimea and perhaps seizing all of Ukraine's coast all the way to the border with Moldova. Do you think that is something that Russia is still attempting or considering? Yes, Russia has spent billions of dollars. And it's transnational political criminal relations to strategic separatist territories all around the Black Sea region and beyond. So it let us be reminded that Russia is provoking war and separatist enclaves between Azerbaijan and Armenia. We have two in Georgia. One in Moldova. And the separatism that we saw occurring or the notions of separatism that we felt in Spain has also been linked to underground Russian forces. So separatism divide and conquer is definitely on the table. And that's why we need to be united and fight against this global terrorist. Well, let's have a look at those parts of Ukraine where Russia so far hasn't succeeded much in dividing or conquering. You'll have heard president Vladimir zelensky describing eastern Donbass as completely destroyed. Is it now at the point where Russia is operating in those portions of Ukraine, they're not sure they can hold on to what is effectively a scorched earth policy. It definitely scorched earth policy not only in the eastern parts of Ukraine but very sadly also in her stone where we have over 4000 square hectares of land, literally being burnt. So scorched scorched earth policies, which are, again, forbidden by international law. The military operations in the east are continuous, they're brutal, they're violent, and they're nonsensical. Unfortunately, the army is not the Russian forces are not making a very big distinction between civilians and armed forces and a lot of civilians are being slaughtered, raped, deported, dying of hunger, and have a lack of water. Just finally, Russia is beginning to try and claim some sort of victory in mariupol or at least what remains of Mario pole. If that is the case that Mario pole has fallen to Russia, is that a pivotal moment in this conflict? Well, the question is, what do we define as Mario polo has fallen? The Russians can claim victory that they have slaughtered over 20,000 people there. And are abusing the azov steel mill as a huge PR stunt to show how terrible they actually are. So the Russians can come, we've had the deputy prime minister of the Russian Federation visiting, but they're plotting to take and rule over territory that has absolutely no appreciation of them or their policies. So it's an uphill struggle for Russia for sure. A lot of us in Ukraine, thank you as always for joining us and tomorrow's episode of the foreign desk on monocle 24 takes an extended look at a self evidently unintended consequence of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. This week's formal application by Sweden and Finland form membership of NATO will be hearing from among others Finland ambassador to the United Kingdom, yukos kosari. I think the important thing is not to use the word NATO expanding. It is sovereign nations who want to join NATO and there is a difference there. And I think that is behind decisions of both Sweden and Finland in this sense. We see our decision to join as an attempt to maximize our own national security. We see our security provider and we think that when we unsweetened eventually join, that will increase the security and stability in Northern Europe in the world 60 region. We are not taking anything away from anyone else. So the fact that we want to maximize our security, we should something that we have been telling Moscow for many years, he's not directed against them in any way. Finland's ambassador to the UK and more from that interview and more besides on tomorrow's edition of the foreign desk, it goes live at midday UK time or you can listen to it whenever you like after that wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. You're listening to the briefing. Here is monocles and the cell with the day's other headlines..

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Mariupol teeters as Ukrainians defy surrender-or-die demand

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Mariupol teeters as Ukrainians defy surrender-or-die demand

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Missiles hit the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv and lviv overnight the long-range attacks are believed to be in retaliation for the sinking of a Russian ship in the Black Sea The Vladimir Putin is responding to the humiliation his forces suffered out on the Black Sea with the sinking of the mosque U.S. officials are now confirming that Ukrainian forces did indeed hit that ship with two Neptune missiles That's correspondent raf Sanchez The State Department is reaffirming U.S. support for Ukraine in its battle with Russian invaders spokesman Ned price says nothing will dissuade the Biden administration from sending aid He said of the Kremlin's allegations are that the U.S. and other partners around the world are providing Ukraine with billions of dollars worth of support and they are guilty as charged Officials in California will hold off on the school vaccine mandate until next year Nika magas reports UCSF infectious disease expert doctor Monica Gandhi calling the decision practical It's important to acknowledge some parents want more data They want the full approval And that if we went into September 2022 school year which is mandate that children may not be able to go to school And so learning loss is a real issue Officials say the delay would ensure sufficient time for successful implementation of new vaccine requirements Governor Gavin Newsom estimated the mandate would take effect for the 2022 school year but he still waiting on FDA regulators to give the final approval of the vaccine for kids under 16 Any COVID vaccine requirements would take effect no sooner than July 1st 2023 Texas governor Greg Abbott is repealing his order requiring all commercial vehicles crossing into Texas from Mexico be inspected The mandate caused major delays at the border for days Abbott announced Friday that he had entered a security pact with the last of four Mexican states who promised they would do more on their side of the border to prevent trafficking I'm Julie Ryan Several small luxury cruise lines are canceling trips to northwest Alaska due to the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia Lisa Taylor has more The cruise line agencies of Alaska reports that ongoing tensions with Russia are prompting some vessels to cancel plan stops in nome The city was originally set to see 22 visits this season but that's been scaled back to ten known as about 200 miles across the Bering sea from Russia Parents and kids run for their lives after a man shoots another man dead at a Brooklyn playground Friday Lisa Salvador reports Bullets fly on the basketball court of Saint Andrew's playground in Bedford stuyvesant It happened at about 6 30 p.m. a witness told the daily news he heard three shots that sounded more like a cannon and yelled for everyone to get down Children and parents started running the victim a 20 year old man was shot in the chest and face cops performed CPR but he didn't make it No word on any arrests COVID-19 levels are rising in four Rhode Island counties The CDC reports infection levels in Bristol can't Newport and Washington counties have risen from low to medium concern this week only Providence county the state's largest is still in the low category of concern Twitter is countering Elon Musk's bid to buy the company with a so called poison pill The plan allows shareholders to buy additional shares at a Steve discount in order to prevent anyone from gaining a majority stake in the social media platform The move is a way to dilute Musk's stake in Twitter and prevent a hostile takeover Musk offered to pay just over $54 a share in a deal worth about $43 billion Gas prices are unchanged again on this day before Easter The triple-A station survey shows the national average price for regular at $4 and 7 cents a gallon for the third day in a row The lowest priced gas in the country is in Missouri where the statewide average is 360 five a gallon The highest statewide average is in California at $5 and 70 cents.

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Russia’s loss of its Black Sea flagship would make capturing Odesa harder, analysts say.

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Russia’s loss of its Black Sea flagship would make capturing Odesa harder, analysts say.

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:32 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now a global news update a Russian naval captain is dead after a Russian warship exploded and sunk in the Black Sea the mosque was being towed to port through rough seas when it went down Ukraine said it hit the warship with missiles The Kremlin however said an explosion of ammo on board caused the fire Dallas Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph is answering north Texas police questions about a deadly shooting multiple reports say the 22 year old spoke with Dallas police for a few hours on Friday regarding last month's shooting outside a bar a state senator in Tennessee says homeless people can rise up in half a productive life or in Adolf Hitler's case a very unproductive life For two years Hitler lived on the streets and practiced his oratory in his body language and had to connect with the masses and then went on to lead her life that got him in the history book That's what Republican Frank nicely said this week during debate on a bill that would criminally punish folks who stay on public property including parks I'm Brian shook This is Bloomberg best on Bloomberg radio I'm Ed Baxter on Wednesday the producer price index rose 11.2% year over year in March the largest increase in more than a decade The government data reinforced the need for the Federal Reserve to keep raising interest rates to quash inflation For more on inflation we heard from New York fed president John Williams who spoke with Bloomberg's Michael McKee Well it's been interesting over the last week or so a number of your colleagues have seemed more concerned about the pace of inflation and have suggested they're changing their mind about how quickly you should do that Are you still believing that you can do this at a measured slow pace Well I don't think we're going to do our policy adjustment and measured slow pace for sure I do think we need very high inflation We need to really focus on bringing inflation down to our 2% longer run goal and to do that over the next few years So that is the number one focus And I say that because the economy is strong The labor market is basically back to a close to where it was before the pandemic with the unemployment rate around three and a half percent and other indicators showing that we have very strong demand for labor So I do think from a monetary policy point of view it does make sense for us to move expeditiously towards more normal levels of the federal funds rate And also move forward on our balance sheet reduction plans If there was one phrase that sort of sums up where your colleagues are it's get to neutral by the end of the year Would you be on board with that I do think we need to get back to a more neutral and normal level of the federal funds Whether it's at the end of the year or exactly when that happens will depend on the data We will continue to be data dependent But given where the economy is and especially given where inflation is we really do need to reverse the policy action So we put into place back in March of 2020 move that forward And move the federal funds target to neutral And again whether it's by the end of the year or exactly when it happens I think that that will depend on the path of the economy but yes I agree with that So 50 basis points on May 4th Well that's not a decision we made yet but I do think that well you can make it right now But I think that's a reasonable option I think that for us because federal funds rate is very low We do need to move policy back to more neutral levels later through this year And I think that's a very reasonable option Speaking of neutral what do you think neutral is these days you were sort of the guy who invented along with the late time law box the R star concept measurement and that's the key indicator for what neutral might be So it's hard to know as always start any question on the neutral interest rate with it It's an uncertain thing It's something we don't measure directly We have to infer it from other indicators Coming into the pandemic and our estimates most estimates of neutral were quite low And I think that's consistent with my colleagues the FOMC's view that a normal nominal federal funds rate is probably around two and a half percent So I think that I think about well where is it today It's the economy has been pushed around supply and demand dramatically by the pandemic Obviously the invasion of Ukraine and other factors are moving the economy around But then I go back to what are the longer run drivers of a neutral rate And economists I think have studied this pretty carefully They've identified demographics productivity growth global demand for safe assets like the U.S. dollar I don't think those are fundamentally changed since before the pandemic So I guess my baseline assumption is a neutral nominal federal funds rate in the long run It's probably still in the very low 2% to two and a half percent range I don't think that's changed But again we have to have an open mind and see how the follow the data How far above that do you think you might have to go to bring inflation down I think that's a really important question as we get back to neutral Nominal neutral levels that we have to do two things One is we have to keep focus on real interest rates So it's not just a nominal interest rate of the federal funds rate But where does inflation So I do think that we will need to get real interest rates meaning the nominal interest rates adjusted for inflation or expected inflation back to more normal levels by next year We may need to go a little bit above that depending on where inflation is I think the economy right now has a lot of good momentum I think the economy can withstand neutral or real interest rates at neutral or a bit above But the decisions will be made in the future depending on how the economy evolves Well where is inflation these days the general consensus of analysts coming out of the CPI report this week was inflation has peaked Well I'm not going to make a prediction about whether inflation has peaked because clearly food and energy prices have been quite volatile and affected by this situation Ukraine And they oil prices could go back up They're volatile So I don't know about peaking I do think that my view is with Monte policy reducing the imbalance between supply and demand in the economy By bringing interest rates back to more normal levels that's going to bring demand and the economy back to close to the supply With some of the supply chain issues gradually being resolved And also this rebalancing between goods and services I do think that the underlying trend in inflation is probably going to peak soon hopefully and start coming down later in this year World's largest asset manager say that you can't raise rates high enough to bring inflation down to 2% in the short run without an unacceptable level of unemployment How high are you willing to go on unemployment They also suggest you may just learn to live with 3% inflation instead of two Well I'll start with the last part I don't agree with that We have a 2% longer run goal We've discussed that thoroughly That is our long run goal and that's where we're going to stay with So we're going to get inflation back to 2% In terms of the unemployment and the risks there clearly this is a period of great uncertainty It's a challenging circumstance to do conduct monetary policy bringing inflation down while trying to keep the economy the labor market is strong I think we have a couple of advantages over previous episodes So one is where is the economy the strongest Where are we seeing the kind of demand exceeding supply It's really in the interest sensitive sectors It's in durable goods in autos in housing And so as we brought up expectations of interest rates as yields have moved up mortgage rates have come up That's going to help bring down that access demand for that sector relative to supply So I think that our monetary policy tool this time of interest rates is actually really well suited for the imbalance We have in the economy So I think that's an important point to remember The second is we have a very unique situation with the demand for labor Obviously it's much stronger than the supply The goal here would be to reduce that excess demand We see it in the record number of job openings For example let's get the number of job openings down to a level that's consistent with maximum employment So I don't think we have to decrease employment or raise unemployment so much is just take the froth if you will out of the economy and get in on.

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:01 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Television A Russian naval captain is dead after a Russian warship exploded and sunk in the Black Sea the Moscow was being towed to port through rough seas when it went down Ukraine said it hit the warship with missiles The Kremlin however said an explosion of ammo on board caused the fire Dallas Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph is answering north Texas police questions about a deadly shooting multiple reports say the 22 year old spoke with Dallas police for a few hours on Friday regarding last month's shooting outside a bar a state senator in Tennessee says homeless people can rise up and have a productive life or an Adolf Hitler's case a very unproductive life For two years Hitler lived on the streets and practiced his oratory in his body language and had to connect with the masses and then went on to lead a life that got him in the history book That's what Republican Frank nicely said this week during debate on a bill that would criminally punish folks who stay on public property including parks I'm Brian shook And I'm Scott Carr and the Bloomberg newsroom Texas governor Greg Abbott has stopped all Mexican truck inspections now following a week of protests traffic jams and mounting outrage from business interests on both sides of the border The Republican leader of the second largest U.S. state has signed an agreement with the governor of the border state of tamaulipas that ends vehicle safety checks in exchange for increased vigilance south of the international line Tamale was the fourth and final border state to sign such a deal after Abbott triggered gridlock and angry trucker protests with a crackdown April 6th on northbound commercial traffic Although the governor initially said his decree was intended to stop undocumented immigration and drug smuggling Texas state troopers targeted highway safety issues like bad breaks and other mechanical issues Abbott is warning that if enforcement south of the border falters and undocumented migration increases he will reimpose the program of inspecting every commercial vehicle that crosses over Former treasury secretary Larry summers says the Biden administration should be prioritizing several international economic challenges before it decides to focus on China Several U.S. lawmakers are visiting Taiwan this week as Russia's invasion of Ukraine and China's general acceptance of it had prompted congressional concern about the security of Taiwan and the greater indo Pacific region But let's start with the fact that the United States has now committed no funds to international COVID relief efforts Let's start with the fact that the United States is a massive laggard with respect to climate change commitments because we haven't been able to pass anything through Congress Summer says the administration should also be concerned with Russia's earnings on export revenue which has increased since its invasion of Ukraine Made the comments on Bloomberg Wall Street week Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Scott Carr This is Bloomberg.

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"black sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on WTOP

"Predicts the Russian claim an onboard explosion set off a fire that ultimately sank the flagship of the Black Sea fleet The crews were mass foe tried to make it to port but lost power and went to the bottom As many as 20 lifeboats were spotted around the ship but it is not known how many of the crew of more than 400 made it out alive And now Russia is threatening the U.S. and NATO for supplying weapons to Ukraine CBS News White House correspondent Stephen portnoy The objection came in a diplomatic cable a formal protest of the American plan to continue arming Ukraine with 800 million more dollars worth of artillery armored vehicles and anti air and tank systems Moscow said the move was adding fuel to the conflict and that unpredictable consequences could follow A source here in Washington says the complaint must mean that the U.S. effort has been effective if Russia is getting so upset about it Elon Musk already has a piece of the universe now he wants to own the twitterverse The social media company is fighting back The move comes a day after Elon Musk announced plans to try to buy the company and take it private It's referred to as a poison pill essentially what the action does is dilute the value of the stock Musk over the owns around 9% of Twitter the poison pill would take effect if he acquires 15% of the company's shares yesterday he talked about Twitter I have sufficient assets I mean I can do it if possible Musk could still try to take over Twitter with a higher bid Steve futterman CBS News In Kentucky it's not Twitter but twisters making trouble At least 6 touching down near Louisville today Senator Mitch McConnell is revisited Mayfield Kentucky which was devastated by storms four months ago This.

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"black sea" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:32 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports Top stories were following for you on WTO Twitter says its board of directors has unanimously adopted what's known as a poison pill defense in response to Tesla CEO Elon Musk's proposal to buy the social media company and take it private Twitter says the move aims to reduce the likelihood that any one person can gain control without paying shareholders a premium or giving the board more time The U.S. now believes the Russian worship that sank yesterday in the northern Black Sea was indeed hit by at least one maybe two Ukrainian anti ship missiles The Pentagon had previously said they couldn't confirm Ukraine's claim A 7 people including many in their teens have been arrested in connection with the theft of an Australian shepherd puppy at gunpoint in northwest D.C. this week another stolen dog of French bulldog still missing Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes And knew this afternoon a rabid raccoon was recently found in prince George's county the county health department wants to hear from anyone who may have come in contact with it The animal was found along galahad road in Clinton on or around Monday it had several wounds and was alive but near death rabies testing came back positive If you know of any people or animals who may have had contact with the raccoon you are asked to contact the prince George's county health department right away Coming up in money news Have western measures now pushed Russia to default I'm John Aaron Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks let's get back to Dave dildine in the traffic center Along back up in buoy drivers northbound on three O one are Jan from two 14 central avenue toward route 50 past the ballpark into your governor's bridge road the scene of a serious crash It is still likely just one right lane getting by at best northbound here on route three O one Southbound traffic is slow branch avenue and three O one at the merge and brandywine The crash is affecting traffic southbound on branch avenue more so with the far left lane at the merge block that a less serious crash Three O one at the nice Middleton bridge a lot of demand this afternoon slow going single file north and south bound across the Potomac river Lots of traffic moving north and southbound on I 95 through Northern Virginia on this good Friday Bay bridge bound traffic is backed up to near bay day drive with only two lanes open on the eastbound span of the bay bridge and no contra flow traffic so far not yet Beltway in Maryland and Virginia lots of slow traffic westbound on 50 is slow near the beltway and 7 O four Delays in numerous places on 95 for the Baltimore Washington Parkway built with a beltway two 70 is heavy northbound audit off from Hyatt's tower banner toward I 70 and Frederick And we've got the getaway traffic delays and the other places that we expect Like on route 15 north through loudon county en route 29 south into fog here county And on 95 southbound long delays through Stafford county into Fredericksburg northbound getting heavier in Fredericksburg as well The express lanes are of course pointed southbound and traffic is backed up at the southern end and garrisonville in the district heavy on three 95 through southwest and on the George Washington Parkway getting to the 14th street bridge D.C. two 95 the second crash reported northbound in the same spot north of Pennsylvania avenue inbound traffic from kennel worth avenue is also very congested toward east capital street The Maryland lottery's new skee ball scratch offs could have you rolling in dough because you could win up to $30,000 instantly Play new skee ball scratch offs and have a ball please play responsibly Dave dillin WTO traffic Well I could get used to days like this but I think storm team four's Brianna Berman solo is going to tell me not to at the moment We will see a return of the.

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US Official: Warship hit by Ukrainian missile

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

US Official: Warship hit by Ukrainian missile

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And the Bloomberg business app this is Bloomberg radio Now a global news update The Russian Ministry of Defense says its warship must sunk in the Black Sea reports set a fire broke out on the guided missile cruiser causing explosions and the crew to be evacuated Ukraine said it hit the warship with anti ship missiles causing it to sink reports were conflicting throughout today about whether the ship had been sunk The family of a black man killed by a police officer in Michigan says their devastated after their son was executed Family attorney Ben crump said it was very difficult to watch the video of the struggle between Patrick Loyola and the officer that led to Loyola being fatally shot in the back of the head This officer should be charged and held accountable for the unjustified killing And on citizens in that simple Crumb said what's seen in the video is the police officer escalating a minor traffic stop into an execution President Biden is pushing by American speaking in North Carolina he said it's becoming a reality in his administration Biden promoted homegrown technology and manufacturing and said the U.S. must invest more money in research and development to stay competitive in the global economy Hundreds of protesters gathered outside Disneyland to boycott the happiest place on earth Dina kodiak has more In a second protest in two weeks organized by Christian worship leader Sean Foyt and his movement hold the line protesters are heard chanting the mouse is a rat carrying signs that read defund Disney and allow kids to be kids The group is protesting what they say is the entertainment company's support of grooming and sexualization of children This comes as Disney catches heat for their opposition to Florida's parental rights and education bill which Democrats dub that don't say gay bill It bans teachers from talking about sex to young children I'm Dina kodiak At the closing bell the Dow fell by a 113 points to 34 four 51 The S&P dropped 54 to 43 92 while the NASDAQ lost 292 points to 13 three 51 I'm Brian shook.

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Russian military's damaged Black Sea flagship sinks

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Russian military's damaged Black Sea flagship sinks

"The the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military has has has has sustained sustained sustained sustained another another another another major major major major blow blow blow blow in in in in the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war that's that's that's that's already already already already seen seen seen seen as as as as a a a a historic historic historic historic blunder blunder blunder blunder the the the the flagship flagship flagship flagship of of of of Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea fleet fleet fleet fleet has has has has sunk sunk sunk sunk though though though though just just just just what what what what happened happened happened happened remains remains remains remains unclear unclear unclear unclear we we we we cannot cannot cannot cannot confirm confirm confirm confirm the the the the the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian reports reports reports reports that that that that it it it it was was was was hit hit hit hit by by by by a a a a missile missile missile missile but but but but we we we we are are are are also also also also not not not not in in in in a a a a position position position position to to to to refute refute refute refute that that that that Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman John John John John Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby says says says says the the the the US US US US does does does does believe believe believe believe there there there there was was was was a a a a significant significant significant significant explosion explosion explosion explosion and and and and fire fire fire fire on on on on the the the the cruiser cruiser cruiser cruiser mall mall mall mall scuba scuba scuba scuba and and and and while while while while the the the the defense defense defense defense official official official official website website website website earlier earlier earlier earlier it it it it appeared appeared appeared appeared the the the the ship ship ship ship was was was was moving moving moving moving on on on on its its its its own own own own we we we we are are are are no no no no longer longer longer longer able able able able to to to to make make make make that that that that certainty certainty certainty certainty shortly shortly shortly shortly after after after after Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby spoke spoke spoke spoke the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian military military military military said said said said the the the the ship ship ship ship sank sank sank sank while while while while being being being being towed towed towed towed to to to to port port port port it's it's it's it's a a a a loss loss loss loss greatly greatly greatly greatly reduces reduces reduces reduces Russian Russian Russian Russian firepower firepower firepower firepower in in in in the the the the Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea on on on on top top top top of of of of being being being being a a a a symbolic symbolic symbolic symbolic defeat defeat defeat defeat the the the the Kirby Kirby Kirby Kirby had had had had said said said said earlier earlier earlier earlier it's it's it's it's hard hard hard hard to to to to gauge gauge gauge gauge the the the the long long long long term term term term impact impact impact impact on on on on Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's Moscow's navy navy navy navy Sager Sager Sager Sager agony agony agony agony Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Ukraine says it has hobbled one of Russia's most important warships

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Ukraine says it has hobbled one of Russia's most important warships

"The the the the fate fate fate fate of of of of a a a a key key key key Russian Russian Russian Russian warship warship warship warship is is is is unclear unclear unclear unclear rub rub rub rub me me me me the the the the conflicting conflicting conflicting conflicting claims claims claims claims from from from from both both both both sides sides sides sides in in in in the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian officials officials officials officials say say say say a a a a missile missile missile missile strike strike strike strike in in in in the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea fleet's fleet's fleet's fleet's flagship flagship flagship flagship overnight overnight overnight overnight one one one one says says says says the the the the vessel vessel vessel vessel and and and and its its its its guided guided guided guided missile missile missile missile stocks stocks stocks stocks sank sank sank sank the the the the wind wind wind wind other other other other would would would would not not not not confirm confirm confirm confirm that that that that Russia Russia Russia Russia says says says says the the the the ship ship ship ship is is is is damaged damaged damaged damaged but but but but still still still still afloat afloat afloat afloat after after after after a a a a fire fire fire fire on on on on board board board board making making making making no no no no mention mention mention mention of of of of the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian strike strike strike strike one one one one story story story story is is is is that that that that it it it it was was was was just just just just incompetence incompetence incompetence incompetence and and and and the the the the other other other other was was was was that that that that they they they they came came came came under under under under attack attack attack attack and and and and neither neither neither neither is is is is a a a a particularly particularly particularly particularly good good good good outcome outcome outcome outcome

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Ukraine says missiles hit Russian flagship, crew evacuates

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Ukraine says missiles hit Russian flagship, crew evacuates

"You you you you crane crane crane crane says says says says it's it's it's it's hit hit hit hit and and and and badly badly badly badly damaged damaged damaged damaged the the the the flagship flagship flagship flagship of of of of Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea fleet fleet fleet fleet the the the the governor governor governor governor of of of of the the the the Odesa Odesa Odesa Odesa region region region region says says says says Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian forces forces forces forces struck struck struck struck the the the the guided guided guided guided missile missile missile missile cruiser cruiser cruiser cruiser Moskva Moskva Moskva Moskva with with with with two two two two missiles missiles missiles missiles and and and and caused caused caused caused serious serious serious serious damage damage damage damage Russia Russia Russia Russia says says says says as as as as a a a a result result result result of of of of a a a a father father father father the the the the entire entire entire entire crew crew crew crew was was was was evacuated evacuated evacuated evacuated the the the the cruise cruise cruise cruise it it it it typically typically typically typically has has has has about about about about five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred people people people people on on on on board board board board while while while while confirming confirming confirming confirming the the the the ship ship ship ship was was was was damaged damaged damaged damaged officials officials officials officials say say say say it it it it was was was was not not not not hit hit hit hit by by by by Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine instead instead instead instead ammunition ammunition ammunition ammunition on on on on board board board board had had had had detonated detonated detonated detonated as as as as a a a a result result result result of of of of a a a a far far far far off off off off as as as as yet yet yet yet undetermined undetermined undetermined undetermined causes causes causes causes I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to that's that's that's that's my my my my

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:00 min | Last month

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A huge return already over the last couple of years So it's rightsizing and reducing the risk in that And I think one way to do that there was a time and a place to be long equities and belong only and have this one directional exposure but now we're talking about layering some hedges And maybe you sell away some of the upside by selling a call option and you bought and use that premium to buy a put option so you do have some sort of protection on the downside So I think that right there is one of the more important things that investors can do and then it's about sectors and that it's about where else can you get a yield Tom What's the price to hedge right now Is it outrageous as everybody on board and that they knocked up the price to hedge No it's not outrageous and that's exactly why I'm talking about it today versus let's say a month ago when you had the visit that spiked to 35 that was definitely not the time to be talking about putting on this downside protection but now at vix 20 ish or so now is the time to be looking at some of those foot options I mean it gets very nuanced and very dynamic very quickly but you want to find the points on the volatility curve where you can sell rich cauldron premium and you can get put option that's reasonably priced Anesthesia is definitely not outrageous right now We've caught on you over the years for the perspective of your heritage in the travels you've made particularly to the Black Sea This is a weekend where Odessa is under unique threat To you what is the Odessa distinction now What does it mean for Ukraine for that matter What does it mean for Russia Well it is a dire situation needless to say in Ukraine And unfortunately there's been almost an international concession right now that Russia is not likely to succeed broadly in Ukraine but it seems like Russia has a pretty good chance of succeeding in the Donbass region In the Black Sea region and it really connecting that So perhaps Russia is not going to get you crane as the buffer zone that they were really hoping for but it seems like it's pretty likely that they might succeed at reuniting the southeastern forage of Ukraine And carving that out as the buffer zone they so desperately wanted Anastasia just awesome as always in fantastic Thank you So if I capital on a situation in Ukraine and of course on the broader market as well should you buy the weakness right now in some of the cyclical parts of this equity market Tom Do you want to buy some cyclicality Given that move lower I mean that's the conversation with the guests going into earnings season isn't it Can Leon and his notice we get ready for an exact week saying the big banks are undervalued I mean there's a lot of opinions on there Look at DNI yesterday On fire over the cheapness of you know I said as a joke or the big Texan new consumer Staples Resetting the valuation to lower interwar eggs that's what we're doing Lisa particularly for the big banks What I find fascinating is when you start to talk about potential hedges or the ballast you start to talk about rearranging sectors It gets much more granular than ever before then overweighting or underweighting stocks or bonds And I take a look at for example retail When you say lean into cyclical weakness does that mean by retailers that are down 11% year to date versus the some 6% decline of the S&P How much do you lean into that when we're expecting that weakness to transpire throughout the year Market timing is so so difficult Christmas and a Goldman put out a note this morning Tom And this line I know you'll enjoy This will resonate with you Timing bear markets is even more difficult than forecasting recessions And he said this timing the market competes with time in the market You try to time the market it competes with time in the market As you know Tom looking through the history of equity markets time in the market is everything It is everything You got to be in the game to play at a Gina Martin Adams of Bloomberg is just outstanding on that concept John what I talked to Anastasia amarosa about to me the key thing with Odessa get out the map to the southwest of Odessa way over on the west side of this Ukraine Black Sea they are stunning only 100 miles from in Romania where NATO would set up naval shop a hundred miles John It's your best place to talk about this and just 30 seconds if you can That body of water Turkey's role in it at the moment just in terms of being a mediator for conversations negotiations where is it now Where it is is they have some kind of original power I don't think anybody knows what mister Erdoğan's power is But yes the Bosporus straits as always going back to the beginning is key Tom Kane Lisa brahmi and Jonathan pharaoh On TV and radio counting you down to the oven and fall in just a couple of hour time with equities lifting a bit at four tenths of 1% on the S&P This is.

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Preventitive Diplomacy's David Falt Reflects on the Russia-Ukraine War

The Trish Regan Show

02:41 min | Last month

Preventitive Diplomacy's David Falt Reflects on the Russia-Ukraine War

"So amid new word of sanctions coming from the U.S., along with Europeans looking to do something quite similar, I am joined today by David fault from preventative diplomacy founder and head of preventive diplomacy, which is an organization that works around the world in some pretty dicey places to see some conflict resolution. He specifically has been working at gathering evidence on war crimes there in Ukraine and joins us now. David, welcome. Good to have you here. Thank you very much, Chris. So, okay, let's start with what we saw coming out over the weekend. I mean, it's pretty horrific. You have observers there. Walk us through what you guys are seeing and where you think this is heading in terms of some of the war crimes and the evidence that you've been able to gather. So we deployed very early on in the forest in the first days of the conflict starting, and our assumption was that they were, we didn't think they were going to be able to take Kyiv and we estimated or our guests was that he put in really interest lies in the Black Sea area so that he can connect the crimping with Mario Paul Donbass in that region and maybe extend his slice of the country so to speak, maybe extend it as far as to Odessa, which is a strategic port facility, the basis for that reasoning was pretty simple, we looked at how he behaved in Syria when he joined that conflict and it was pretty obvious that he backed their third regime mainly to secure his military or naval facilities in the Latakia area south of the tartus mountains, so working from backwards from that we figured, yeah, the real onslaught there is going to happen down in the strategic Black Sea port areas. So we wanted to go in early. So we went in in the first couple of days to see what the status of those areas were and what type of reconnaissance team and amphibious activities was going on there. We obviously had to pull out of Mario pole after 9 days of the conflict, this is an independent of effort.

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Ukraine says Russia preparing offensive in southeast

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Ukraine says Russia preparing offensive in southeast

"He he he he claims claims claims claims ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces are are are are preparing preparing preparing preparing for for for for an an an an offensive offensive offensive offensive in in in in the the the the country's country's country's country's south south south south east east east east Russian Russian Russian Russian president president president president Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Putin's Putin's Putin's Putin's government government government government is is is is pouring pouring pouring pouring soldiers soldiers soldiers soldiers into into into into Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's east east east east to to to to gain gain gain gain control control control control of of of of the the the the industrial industrial industrial industrial heartland heartland heartland heartland known known known known as as as as the the the the dome dome dome dome box box box box that that that that follows follows follows follows a a a a Russian Russian Russian Russian withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal rule rule rule rule from from from from towns towns towns towns around around around around the the the the capital capital capital capital Kiev Kiev Kiev Kiev which which which which led led led led to to to to the the the the discovery discovery discovery discovery of of of of corpses corpses corpses corpses prompting prompting prompting prompting accusations accusations accusations accusations of of of of war war war war crimes crimes crimes crimes and and and and amongst amongst amongst amongst the the the the toughest toughest toughest toughest sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions on on on on Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian general general general general stop stop stop stop says says says says Putin's Putin's Putin's Putin's forces forces forces forces focused focused focused focused on on on on seizing seizing seizing seizing the the the the cities cities cities cities in in in in two two two two regions regions regions regions controlled controlled controlled controlled by by by by Russian Russian Russian Russian backed backed backed backed separatists separatists separatists separatists and and and and the the the the Black Black Black Black Sea Sea Sea Sea port port port port of of of of Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol Mariupol I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Rep. Austin Scott: Biden Failed to Act on China-Russia Intelligence

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott: Biden Failed to Act on China-Russia Intelligence

"As you look at China they have certainly supported Russia financially They've got 1.4 billion people and if the Chinese really wanted to do right by the world they would withdraw their support from Russia Let's get these crops in the Ukraine plan and get trade going back to the Black Sea again And make sure that we're taking care of the global food supply that way But they have they seem to have a partnership with Russia that unfortunately is going to create a tremendous amount of destruction in the world So I'm hopeful that that relationship will be exposed more and more and more for how close it is we have extremely good Intel Dan I mean our intelligence community back in December they were sharing with the armed services committee what they expected to happen and I will tell you the one thing that I do think the administration needs to get credit for is the fact that they declassified a significant amount of that Intel so that the world was prepared I don't want to say prepared but at least the world expected Russia to move in But the crazy thing is that they didn't do anything with the Intel they had

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Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

The Dan Bongino Show

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

"And so with trade shutdown in the Black Sea you've got tremendous increased costs of nitrogen and potassium You've got the increased cost of wheat and corn and sunflower oil And it's going to have a huge impact on the World Food Program and lower income economies You're seeing this a little bit in Sri Lanka right now where they had gone have to go to the IMF for an emergency bailout that's 4000 miles from Ukraine but the impact of the war is already hurting them and you and I and other people who are fortunate enough blessed enough to wake up inside this great country The United States of America we're going to pay more for our bread certainly but there are other people around the world that I'm very concerned are going to be literally starving

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"black sea" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"black sea" Discussed on WBUR

"And the Crimean Peninsula the two areas that Russia has held sway over since 2014 If and when they take over Mario pole then they actually have to control it And we've seen it's difficult in other cities simply because people won't give up But we've seen further down the coast on the way to Odessa which is the biggest port on the Black Sea that nikolayev has been coming under incessant shelling The Ukrainians have pushed back there they recently repelled a major Russian advance The big question is at what point will president Putin say this is enough I've secured some of my main political and territorial goals Now I'm willing to stop It's been a very noisy night in Kyiv We understand that Russian artillery has possibly hit a shopping mall is the city like Kyiv still in their sights And the northeast still in their sights but there's still a lot of fighting to do on that land corridor There's still fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine We heard today 9 days after Russian forces opened fire on an old people's home killing 50 people We only found out about it now because there's so much fighting in the area They couldn't get the news out So what else is happening that we simply don't see In Kyiv What matter you pull is largely Russian speaking the very people that Vladimir Putin claimed to be protecting through his invasion Our correspondent in the region where it Davis has been looking at the impact of the fighting on the Ukrainian civilian population and warning that his report contains some upsetting details This is what Vladimir Putin's war has done to the children of Ukraine In his hospital bed little Artem stares into.

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Russian strikes hit outskirts of Ukrainian capital and Lviv

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Russian strikes hit outskirts of Ukrainian capital and Lviv

"Russian forces continue a multi pronged attack on Ukrainian cities around the country new missile strikes and shelling a reported on the edges of the capital Kiev and the western city of lovey where black smoke billows after an early morning missile strike apparently fired from the Black Sea Livingstone mayor says they've hit a military aircraft repair facility and a bus repair operation and nearby residents as his building vibrated from the explosions and people panicked in the northeast city of car keys at least twenty one people were killed when Russian artillery destroyed a school and a community center early morning garages also hit on the northern edges of Kiev at least one person they're killed by shelling and officials say across the country hospitals schools and buildings where people are seeking shelter have been struck that includes the theater in barrio poll where the search for survivors continues I'm Jackie Quinn

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Fighting continues as new aid plans announced

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Fighting continues as new aid plans announced

"The Ukrainian president's office says fighting continues on the outskirts of Kiev to the west northwest east and northeast with the regional officials preparing more evacuations from targeted areas while a red alert sounded in cities and towns all over the country overnight from near the Russian border in the east to the Carpathian Mountains in the west S. trucks of hit residential buildings and knocked out a television mosque in the north west explosions rang out overnight around the Russian occupied Black Sea port of custom as well most S. strikes hit the northern city of Chiang Mai heave and most of the town is without heat several areas haven't had electricity in days utility workers are trying to restore power frequently come under shelling I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Live updates: Turkey renews effort to mediate in Ukraine war

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Live updates: Turkey renews effort to mediate in Ukraine war

"You cleans a presidential adviser says the southern city of my U. poll is partially under siege and Ukrainian forces a pushing back Russian efforts to surround the city LXI iris to Veach says the humanitarian situation is tense in Mariupol well the Klingon authorities continue talks with Russian and international organizations on a humanitarian corridor to evacuate residents and supplied food staples in the country elsewhere battles involving S. strikes and artillery continue north west of Kiev and the city of Kharkiv and other cities in the country's northeast a coming under heavy strikes to however you Klingon defense force is still holding on to the northern city of shiny heave while Ukrainian artillery have been defending Odessa from repeated attempts by Russian ships to file on the Black Sea port city I'm Charles the last month

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Russia-Ukraine War: What to know on Day 9 of Russian assault

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Russia-Ukraine War: What to know on Day 9 of Russian assault

"Russia's war on Ukraine continues at pace on multiple fronts Russian forces have captured the southern city of curse on a vital Black Sea port of two hundred eighty thousand people craning officials have confirmed the takeover of the government headquarters that making it the first major city to full since the invasion began elsewhere heavy fighting has continued on the outskirts of another strategic port Mario pole knocking out the city's electricity heat and water systems meanwhile the head of the U. N.'s atomic watchdog says there has been no release of radiation at a Ukrainian nuclear plant the Russian forces targeted I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:24 min | 2 months ago

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"There's 47 other things to talk about but since you've been there recently it's too important As we just spoke to general Mark kemet with his infantry and armored division experience in Europe there's this massive field just do something From all of your abilities what is the just do something for the United States Navy in the Black Sea Wow I think that is that is a place where we're not going to go Fundamentally And for very good reasons First of all turkey would have to allow a large force Into the Black Sea Which under the mantra can convention it shouldn't do And the Turks I think would be very reluctant to do so And secondly once you get in there you then start a war between the United States and Russia both nuclear powers the U.S. certainly has sufficient naval power to deal with the Russian navy But the Russians also have ability to launch from the shore against the navy and it would be an extremely dangerous operation Mark there's been reports of armaments from neighboring countries offered and trying to make their way into Ukraine Do we have any evidence of reporting that those armaments are actually getting through No And some of the countries have said it very clearly we're not going to tell you exactly what we're sending when we're sending it or how we're standing it because obviously the Russians would have a very rational need to try and destroy them on their way in So we don't And the Ukrainians also are being fairly quiet about it You would think that in time you would start to see reports on social media and so on of Ukrainian troops saying we just got our latest delivery of anti tank missiles which have been sort of thing as or whatever where they are in these different cities and we haven't seen that yet We're going to leave it there but thank you so much for the repeated visits particularly that perspective on the Black Sea Merck champion at writing for Bloomberg news on international affairs of course out of London Paul There's so much going on in the war in the market reaction The tape is more constructive in the last hour I want to pause here and this folks seems off script but we got to go there And the last ten years target is outperformed Walmart by 600 basis points 6 percentage points per year I don't think enough is made about target 16% per year in the last ten years It's just extraordinary Yeah the big box There used to be a joke They used to be a joke but then you're right but I tell you you think about this thing it's almost a $100 billion in market cap Tom and it seems like they have just been relative to Walmart a little bit of the undersold stories you mentioned here but they continue to put up good numbers And the big box re killers obviously that's been the play over the last decade year to date stocks down about 13% but still up about 10% trailing 12 months basis Right now Brent crude a $103 a barrel down on hour ago a $105 a barrel With our news in New York City.

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 In Russia's Ukraine plans, how much does the mud matter?

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

In Russia's Ukraine plans, how much does the mud matter?

"German chancellor Alef Schultz is visiting Ukraine part of a flurry of western diplomacy aimed at heading off a feared Russian invasion Schultz plans to continue on to Moscow where he tried to persuade Russian president Vladimir Putin to back down of Ukraine U. S. officials who warned that Russia could attack this week but Moscow denies it has any such plans with concerns rising the tool could be imminent some airlines have canceled flights to the crane in capital and troops that unloaded fresh shipments of weapons from NATO members on Sunday meanwhile Ukraine's air traffic safety agency has issued a statement declaring that as space over the Black Sea to be a zone of potential danger because

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Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 3 months ago

Why Is Turkey Trying to Mediate the Ukraine-Russia Crisis?

"Was interesting to me. I'm not exactly sure what's going on here, but we have turkey's Erdoğan is going to lend support to Ukraine. With the Kia visit, talk to us about the significance of that. What's your take on that? Yeah, that is really interesting because Erdoğan only does within the interest of everyone. But Erdoğan has had a number of budding heads with the Russians lately in the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Syria. And the last thing turkey wants is Russia to have control of the Black Sea. That significantly diminishes turkey's strategic interests. So yeah, the Turks like there's a lot of people that like to make nice with the Russians, go to the dinners, do business. But they know who the Russians are. And the last thing they want to do is to put their fate or trust in the Russians. So Erdoğan's just being a realist. He is siding with the Ukraine because a more powerful Russia in Europe is incredibly dangerous to turkey's interest.

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"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"black sea" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Black Sea and put it on ships So you know the market that could be really impacted here would be free That was an interesting conversation to tune into there when it comes to geopolitics and the way it rubs up against markets that that was of course Jeff curry from Goldman Sachs global head of commodities research at Goldman Sachs talking to our colleagues at Bloomberg TV in Asia Let us get to another conversation that we're focused on with regards to Russia and Ukraine And that is the politics behind all of this Let's bring into the conversation Bloomberg's Gregory white who joins us now from Moscow he heads up our coverage of Russia's economy and government at Gregory good to speak to you So talk us through this latest conversation about whether president Putin himself could be sanctioned personal sanctions over Ukraine what's the response been to that Yeah good morning This was a hint that's been dropped periodically over the last couple of months but came from the highest level overnight out of The White House to a President Biden says suggesting that president Putin could be personally targeted for sanctions While a move would be largely symbolic as very little salaries quite honest I think you see There's official declarations that we had those two old cars and an apartment Clearly the symbolism of it would be huge and in diplomatic practice It would be quite a breach to name a leader of the subject of two personal sanctions So the Russians have already said that this kind of move would be tantamount to a breach in all or diplomatic relations that probably go Illicit quite an angry response or even if it didn't have a dramatic practical impact And thinking about where sanctions might go from here then Greg we've seen a couple of a couple of our columnists at Bloomberg thinking about where each other types of operation could be sanctioned Obviously the swift payments and financial messaging system has been taught Susan is so great to finally be able to get together again Oh it's short is And I really appreciate you picking up the bill I'm happy.

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"black sea" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"black sea" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Well military action could mean that we stand off with our ships in the Black Sea and we rang destruction on Russian military capability It could mean that It could mean that we participate And I would not rule that out I would not rule out American troops on the ground We don't know We don't rule out first use nuclear Action Oh a nuclear first strike against Wow Russia Wow The hawks are back Carlos we were going into a hard break So let me take issue to you I am so sick of people saying Democrats don't message correctly They don't The mainstream media have you read Dana melba's article It is provably true statistically The mainstream media spends everything is negative for Biden the exact same numbers they spun as positive for Donald Trump So I'm so sick of them saying Democrats don't say what's in the Bill They do say what's in these bills The mainstream media only reports on the vote count and Democrats in disarray and moderates and progressives are fighting and blah blah blah Meanwhile this entire Republican Party is imploding and they don't really report on that So I'm just saying we can't just give in and go meet over message Democrats are messaging right Jamie Harrison made a lot of great points today and it's part of it is just getting it out there and whether it's Eric bowler and people talking about how you're getting it skewed from the mainstream media So Biden admitting a mistake I think a real man can make mistakes I don't think it's weak for him to say I don't think we approach this correctly in 2014 Donald Trump never made a mistake ever And I don't want that kind of leadership So that anyway I agree with you There happens to be a different reality that doesn't agree with the facts And so given and that's the arena we're playing in now You said defeat You said Chris said well I said they lie and cheat and right to win And you said oh well I guess we have to do that too I don't want to be the party that lies and cheats I just thought you want to be the party that wins Yes And I don't think we have to be the party that lies in chiefs I agree We don't have to do it to the extent that they're doing but again yeah In terms of values saying that you didn't do what you should have done in 2014 is a good thing but given the arena of politics these days that's like red meat chum over the boat for the sharks You really got to say hey Trump I didn't give a soccer ball to Putin in Helsinki Right That's what you got to do Right Right No I agreed We have to fight I've always said we have to fight differently and harder I just don't want to become them I don't want to okay I agree with you I don't want to be marching the Burnett Marjorie Taylor Greene Here she is Oh boy This was old How did it ever get to a green Who marries that You should have stopped at Taylor Yes this is her outside the jail No no this is actually in the press conference room for the house Okay But just trust me you're gonna enjoy some of this Okay this is about the hold on please The treatment of the January 6th review discriminate against because of the pasty whiteness of their skin and animal protein So that's where she says they are trust me Oh they're being taught they're being forced taught critical reasons Yes Have you seen the movie papillon Papillon The treatment is unbelievable They are told they have to denounce president Trump They are told that their views are the views of cult members Yes Even though these are men that every single night at 9 o'clock at night they put their hand over their heart and sing the national anthem voluntarily Kinda culty Smells a little culty Okay yes go on Margie and what else They're being represented by public defenders that call them white supremacists Tell them they have to denounce president Trump Tell them they have to denounce their political views want them to watch videos and read books that basically is critical race theory training in order for them to have this public defender represent them You see that's the political bias in the court Anyone to read critical race theory Oh my God no such forcing people to renounce their political views.

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"black sea" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"black sea" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Woo bio hacker retrieved on the on the shores of the of the black sea of black sea coast. We can just combine combine. All this stuff charge people like five thousand dollars a week to to come in hang out sands bethlehem blue in their make up. The it'll it'll be it'll be it'll be the greatest business until there's like the the battle of armageddon occurs and the blood rises up to the level of the horses the horses necker or however they say the prophecy is supposed to play out there in that part of the world. Sounds good to me. i'll be there. Okay our final question was. Have you seen any studies on fertility and methylene blue or red light therapy on methylene blue. I haven't looked it up to be honest so there may or may not be but red light therapy i have. There's a really interesting. Russian study. And i guess when couples are trying to conceive. I it can be you know. The man who's struggling to conceive like his firm not functioning properly can be the egg and in this case as the men and so they administered red light therapy to them and fifty percent of the couples that couldn't conceive in the study kazeem within a month after administration of red light so seems very effective at relieving the stress. That is inhibiting for and probably both men and women and huts very similar. It's probably a synergistic effect as well so i would say yes probably also effective. How did they. How did they administer the read. The did they do it. In the the way that ben greenfield describes where they just shined the red light on the dudes balls. It's a good question. I've administered that way. I'm not sure exactly how they did it in that study. But i even suspect. I think that would probably be the optimal But even if you didn't administer it there would probably have an overall relaxation and anti-stress effect on the entire organism. Which would in turn benefit. Okay okay you. You haven't seen any research on the red light therapy for female fertility. At the time. I looked does pretty thorough. So i'm not sure if it exists or.

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"black sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"black sea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks so much for joining us. I'm excited. Talk with you about your book. It's so beautiful. Thank you very much for having me on. So I have never thought to define a region through a body of water. I think it's so interesting that the conceit of your book But you know, the Black Sea is huge, and you travelled along all the way from Ukraine to eastern Turkey, and those are super Different places. Is there something that connects the cuisines and the cultures of black sea? Well, that was what I wanted to find out. So I had several questions in mind when I started to do the research in the travel. And I wanted to find out what was left of the historic trade routes. What lies hidden on how Khun History books tell us that it's the birthplace of barbarism yet to see that welcome strangers. And I need is a great place of migration. And with migration often comes very interesting food stories. And what did you see? Like? How did the food at least from the From the perspective of your journey from Odessa all the way to jobs on in eastern turkey? How did you see the food? Change. Could you sense it evolving in some particular way? It was. It was an amazing couple of journeys. I did two long trips of six weeks each, and then I did some sort of individual trips to Istanbul and Odessa on DH. The food culture is much richer than I first imagined when I set out Adesso has got Italian and Jewish cuisines there which I hadn't expected. Istanbul. The city I love that I visit regularly for me is the world's greatest kitchen. Andi. I looked at that from a black sea perspective only And then, as we continue through to travel on the Black Sea region of Turkey, Quite un explored in food writing is completely different to the rest of turkey. So buttery, smoky, different flavors. Different ingredients. Amazing Project. And really interesting historical stories to do with food as well say, really, really incredible region full of different cultures. So what were some of the places that Really surprised you on this journey. And what if they taste like so say to start an Odessa? One of the most interesting things is the Italian connection. So I have a recipe in the book for Italian ST Paul Pepsi, and that's because Italians with the first restaurant in Odessa One of the founders of the city. Yes, I was founded in 17 94 by Someone from Naples. Actually, he was appointed by Catherine the great to kind of sees the tartar run thoughts that was their 79 before it becomes a city on DH. Some people followed him. Italians followed. Erebus, who was one of the founders and other people. This is this is a region that was sort of run by Italian merchant colonizers, the generals of the nations. They were running the black Sea trading ports, so it's always been an Italian. Region on DH Italian used to be heard on the streets of Odessa when it was first founded on DH. Sign posts would be in Russian and in Italian, and this was fascinating. And I didn't know this until I got there. Yeah. Alexander Pushkin when he was there, in a debtor in the 18 twenties, heard Italian spoken on the streets and writes about that. And stayed in a hotel on Italian street and did the cuisines. I mean, obviously, when we talk about cuisines being the result of the migration of people movement people often it's also with a certain type of conflict on you. And just hungry people tend to ignore that part. But was there a sense that there was a commingling of No. What could be seen as Italian foods versus what could be seen as more traditional Ukrainian food's definitely I mean, I think you could go to most cities in the world is going to be an Italian restaurant, but they have held onto this sort of Italian culture and people know about it. You know it used to be taught in schools Italian back in the day when it when it was first founded, and it was the lingua franca of the commercial hub as it was in Constantinople, which is now obviously, Istanbul across the Black Sea is that history is very much part off the A destined history. One of the most interesting things I have to tell you is when I was researching all these tales of shipwrecks started to be published in the newspapers here in the UK, British and Bulgarian archaeological team started to explore. The Black Sea 2000 M below. And down there, they uncovered 40 or more shipwrecks. Some of them completely preserved because the black Sea 90% of it doesn't have oxygen. It's always the dead sea just the 10% on the top of a fish. Which is perfect for preserving and they found ships 2400 years old. From the donation. Times from Roman shipwrecks. They found Cossack assault vessels on the most amazing one. As far as we're concerned with feet was a 2400 year old ship, which had clay jars still within it. And one of them still had die. Stop fish steaks intact. So you know it's amazing. It's not just the countries around the black Sea that's interesting from a food and trade and cultural perspectives. What's under the waves as well? What other places surprise you and like dishes or elements of the cuisine. Surprised you. I was really fascinated by the Turkish tea culture. So I visit Istanbul regularly. And I've always been kind of t when I'm there because it's fantastic, you know? Chill it shapes. Glass cups, and it's delicious and refreshing. And I didn't really know very much about the Turkish tea industry. But it was somewhere I stopped on my travels in the very far north east of Turkey. Place to a city called 50, Miles east of Traps and almost, you know, almost in Georgia when you're up there and It's interesting climate there. It's quite monsoonal and wet, humid. The heat rises in Central Asia that it calls on the black Sea. And this is ideal for tea growing on what I saw when I arrived there. Our hills covered in 100, different shades of green. Curvy rolling down to the Black Sea. And, you know, tea plantations like like you visualized with someone like SriLanka Right now..

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"black sea" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"black sea" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Flushing Turkish music and I can remember going to weddings and the band started playing Turkish music he would get up and say we're leaving and going home and we did it I commend the one time I was with she was my wife at the time and we're at a at a at a close family friends wedding my parents to come with us we had driven and I can recall vividly my father staying I can't say why are they playing Turkish music instead of playing Armenian music an Armenian wedding and we got up and left it was as simple as that he couldn't handle it so it came out in different ways that experience in you know as a child even as a young adult quite frankly he didn't mean anything to us you know what was passed was passed we were living in the present looking at the future they were thinking in terms of the past and what they had experienced if you get older you come to better understand the past and what the past is done to create the present at your end and how will shape your future and so when you look at that I mean I can remember my poor father I really is what I did to him sometimes was just unconscionable I can never conversations and I remember this one did a thing we're talking about things like you know Turkey and how simple but the Turks are the friends of the Americans I mean they're bottling up the the Black Sea so that the Russians can get out with the Russian submarines he would just explode when I would say things like that that was just unconscionable as far as he was concerned and so that conversation I can remember with him I could never quite figure out where he was coming from that would keep in mind sixteen seventeen fifteen years old you know I was into study of history and I did stage a passionate about America do you have a real understanding and a lot of that I would suggest is really majority to be you'll understand how people felt at the genre occurrences what.

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"black sea" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"black sea" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is this rock star Black Sea offshore in the gap and fire informed and connecting a community of entrepreneurs this is business rockstars joining me is Stephanie McLean the CEO and founder of trying to treat and a topic that I want United how to dissect here is how an aspiring entrepreneur who's maybe stuck in their nine to five and really really really want to go out and start their own business but they're struggling to cut the cord on their only source of income that allows them to live and pay their bills once that process look like to transition from the nine to five the pays your bills to alternately making the shaft into your own business because they can be gruesome and challenging but can also be one of the most rewarding thing somebody does so what are some practical tips for somebody to cut the cord from their only source of income to going out of starting your own business I think setting up up schedule when I was in high school used to call it a rhythm table and probably allocating because you have more time than you realize maybe allocating two hours a day to your business so say sometime when you'd be coming home and probably watching TV saying you're probably gonna spend two are as of that time focus on starting your business now with so many digital communities that are available I think it's easier than before you can actually break down what you need to get this business going and if you're earning an income and you don't have the time you can actually hire people they can our people on up were he lands all these other companies when you say hire people though people might think I don't have the money to pay my bills or save the money but I think you and I both know right it's actually pretty cost efficient if I'm right what are some of the price point given the range you can hire people for a really cheap but you can get somebody for like two dollars an hour in some other people for as little as two dollars an hour in some parts of the world another thing I would say is definitely like break the business down figure out what you can outsource outsource those parts create a budget and you know make the plans to pay people from that get a virtual assistant can if you don't have a lot of time a virtual assistant can do a lot of the things that you need to get done how much is a virtual assistant costs for people listening you can get some money for under a hundred dollars a week for a.

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"black sea" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"black sea" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"So this is where things get super super convoluted when you're talking about shipwrecks in literal treasure from like you know an ancient galleon or maybe not HM let's just say Gallien yeah it could be a BSI CMOS gallons in ancient times they had a you know the oldest intact shipwreck was recently found in the Black Sea did you see it it's in ancient Greek ship okay so injured every if you have like that's how ancient it's saving creek is go read kia it's so into it it's the kind that DCS was lashed to when they were going past the sirens it's like that kind of ship it's that old right yeah and it's fully in Texas laying on its side at the bottom of the Black Sea just beautiful beautiful shipwreck that would be an ancient galleon I guess you could call it all right so this is where like I don't even know how to talk about this almost because it's so convoluted because it can it can matter whose ship it originally was it can matter what was on that ship IT can matter where the ship is now resting in whose waters or if it's international waters or partially on one side or the other which is when it gets super confusing the ship was leased from who is least from who is in charge of because most of these aren't accidents in a that it is pointed out that sometimes like a scuba diver might find something like this but usually it's an expedition looking for the stuff right specifically so who runs that or whose insurance companies have a claim and what international agreements are made and it's just it's almost like it's so case by case there really is no rule yeah if you thought lame property was convoluted under under C. archaeology a pretty treasure property is just totally off the charts so with some that was one of the nerdy is senses I've ever other yeah I read article years ago about undersea archaeology and I did a lot of that research then and it is just really like basically what happens is is it once something is found then everyone just lawyers up and start fighting yeah exactly exactly and I think the reason why the it's it's particularly convoluted and and contentious for the undersea treasure is it the treasures that they're finding are just so I popping we value yeah that is worth you know going to court for fifteen twenty years over billions of dollars in some cases yeah there was a wreck called the San Jose that was discovered in it was announced in two thousand fifteen I'm not quite sure when Columbia discovered it but it's off the coast of Carnahan yeah and in two thousand fifteen the Colombian government came forward and said we found the San Jose I was a galleon it was a galleon it was sunk by the British three hundred years ago it was a Kerry no no it was a it was Spanish there was transporting gold silver gems from Peru back to Spain to to finance a war it was loaded with with valuables and they think that this wreck today the valuables aboard are worth between one and twelve billion dollars yeah this is not something that any one of these parties are countries is going to give up on no it's the kind of shipwreck it's the kind of treasure they can actually affect world markets like the value of goods on world markets above on land because this stuff has been under the sea and out of the market for so long when that comes under the market could actually depressed the value of the of like gold because there's so much of it suddenly coming on the market that's how rich this treacherous yeah and it's funny here this article you sent there is a UNESCO convention in two thousand one on underwater cultural heritage findings that have best practices are not actually like you know laws and the like we'd be happy to help out with this but nobody's called us so you and yeah they they don't want them involved basically they're just like now we're gonna work it out with the lawyers they're like Hey thanks stays alive just go sit over there until we call you much so the the San Jose has a lot of people arguing over it for example Spain is saying well it's a Spanish galleon give us or give us our money back Colombia's like yeah it's in our coastal waters that's our territorial waters that belongs to us Peru says yeah you guys came and extracted that from our indigenous population and we're we're spans calling and that's one that doesn't come up very often but you think it should especially in the New World stuff yeah like that is that was our original stuff to begin with even so which I don't ever been on that boat ironically they probably have the least claim to it sadly I now but get it there's a I wonder though if they'll get a portion of it though I think if they said no this is this is the thing is legitimate they could conceivably get caught in but they're not going to get the whole thing I don't think anybody's going to get the whole thing now I agree and clear so there's all these different groups arguing over it and it's big of a mass is it is it's actually not the biggest mess of a treasure found about aboard a shipwreck there's a ship called the Notre Dame day deliver owns yeah I think that's right yeah that was that saying forty miles off the Florida seventeen fifty five I mean one of just hundreds and hundreds of ships to crash off the coast of Florida and a U. S. salvage company founded in two thousand two and this is the one that I was talking about it's partially in in international waters partially as part of the Florida Keys national marine sanctuary yeah the Spaniards lease the ship from the French West Indies company Hey and so they all have a claim and then complicating this is the fact that the United States nineteen eighty seven we passed the band shipwreck deck which means all shipwrecks within U. S. waters but like three miles off of any of our coastlines yes are US properties is that right yep so it's super convoluted and that's actually the the territorial waters thing has kind of been the the toughest one or the the the the best claim that any country can lay on a ship is now it's our territorial waters customarily that means that's yours is yours to deal with but when the ship is in international waters are partially in international waters that's just a whole different ballgame and even when something's in territorial waters like Spain's not going to go away now do you know if when two to three billion dollars is on the table they're going to say no we're gonna use our diplomats to press you know get least getting a portion of this France will do the same thing and the salvors are like well Hey wait a minute this is this is ours and actually at first to Florida a Florida judge said yep it's yours free and clear two to three billion dollar booty is yours take it put on the side patch in this cool hat and go get it well you have to get Spain's permission to go get it right exactly so Spain's gonna say want to have something to do with this but this ship wreck tacked to the whole for the whole reason why the United States is even involved is from the shipwrecked act of nineteen eighty seven it's very similar to that U. K. act where is basically says nope it belongs to us where the United States it's in our territorial waters it belongs to us but here's a significant portion of it usually like twenty five percent of it and the point of that is to keep salvors in treasure hunters interested enough that they're actually going out and salvaging these archaeological sites but they're doing it under the jurisdiction of the state or federal government which says you've got to keep daily logs you have to break the wreck site interest strings of square meters yeah you have to catalog everything you have to have a certified Archaeologia marine archaeologist onboard throughout the entire voyage overseeing this whole thing you got to do it right it will give you twenty five percent of what we can get for it which is substantial and some some cases but it's not like treasure hunting is like a cheap activity it's a very expensive undertaking yeah it's a seriously expensive and like they don't just like these treasure hunting companies don't just go in there and say Hey I think there's some there let's go grab it they do all the research because it is so expensive to insure as much as possible that they will have a claim to it in the end right you know there's going there **** nilly and hopes that the courts will decide on them don't know for sure but I mean I think that's the probably a significant portion of the operating costs of a treasure hunting outfit is the court costs and fees to to get the two to get the rights to the treasure I would guess yeah and in this case too I'm sure France was like Florida judge like I don't care what you say but Florida judges have a big say in the server about as professional as you could get as far as well as passing judgment on treasure claims for sunken ships Florida has the most sunken ships of any state in the union something like six thousand to ten thousand it's crazy estimated shipwrecks yeah from piracy hurricanes all the stuff if Florida's got it also if you're gonna if if you're looking for a judge who has experience and ruling on a case like this floor is probably your best bet yeah don't go to Oklahoma the my my suggestion this is good advice all around any can also so if you're a treasure hunter not only can the court costs be killer you may be put in jail there's a guy named Tommy Thompson who's a very famous treasure hunter who found the wreck of the Edmund fitzgerald no although man there are few wrecks that fascinate me more than the admin fits your I can just sit there and look at those pictures of it all day long I can add to sing that song over and over we shouldn't do that will drive you insane no he found the wreck of the SS Central America which is the steamer that went down in a hurricane off the coast of South Carolina in eighteen fifty seven with four hundred twenty five souls aboard and three tons of gold and he found it and he went and sold a bunch of stuff and then pays investors and a judge put him in jail in Ohio where he's been sitting since I think two thousand fifteen because he refuses to say were five hundred gold coins from the wreck went he just won't say he said that he gave it to somebody in Billy's but he can't remember who this is really that's what it is it is lawyer had to tell the Washington post's that's pretty funny yeah I just feel like somebody any can't remember who yeah I mean I I wish we could have been a little bit more like black and white about the shipwreck thing but it's just it's so depends on the case yeah you know there is no solid rule there's a couple soul rules there's one above ground where if you are caught digging on federal lands that's a felony yeah and any stone tools found in the United States belongs to the federal government automatically thanks be I would guess unless it's in Texas in which case the Texas authorities in the.

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"Went to the Black Sea, and we saw Parnham. We were also like what corn bread in Turkey, and then started us thinking about how cuisines would differ from region to region that's food, and travel writer, Robin Eckert in twenty seventeen. We spoke about her travels in Turkey, and the astonishing diversity of flavors that she and her partner David Haggar men encountered from region to region Robbins, written about them in a book of recipes called Istanbul and beyond, which David photographed David, and I visited one thousand nine hundred eighty when we are living in Shanghai, we had three weeks vacation winter and award miles would get us Instanbul. And we went without much preparation. I'm not even sure we had a guidebook, we spent about eight days in stumble, and then we picked up a car and drove south. And then east eventually ending up on on paleo, which is on a Mediterranean, and we just fell in love and fell in love with the country. With people with its food, and about eight months after that. We moved back to Berkeley, where we'd been living before. And I started studying Turkish at UC Berkeley, and it kind of went from there, that's a pretty big commitment. That's true love it was, I knew that if I wanted to really know the place I needed to speak, the language, and I felt so strongly about it that I was just willing to throw myself into it, and you as the documentary through images, David, what did Turkey give you that you were ready to see through the lens that you hadn't seen before in general photography's about relationships and the Turkish people were extremely warm and welcoming, I shoot a lot of food because food is sort of the doorway to get into cultures and people are very willing to talk about food. And so, for me, it was a matter of building relationships and being out in the field where people are making food people are doing things harvesting and this kind of thing and from that. I think we really got the idea that, you know, from the land comes the food, and I think a lot of the images that are in the book come from from that particular place. Trying to find where things came from I'm sort of less interested in the final dish and the process of getting there. It's interesting that you talk about the sense of place, because Turkey, even though it's so tiny a thirteenth the size of the US. It's incredibly diverse in topography. And, you know, I think of ingredients is just being equal to geography, how does the cuisine changes you leave a stumble this for this book, we concentrate on tumble, and as you mentioned in the intro, the eastern half of Turkey because we wanted to look at the part of Turkey that most people don't get to even a lot of Turks. Don't travel in eastern half. I guess what struck me as we were doing. Our research was it was kind of revelation. I mean it it shouldn't have been, but I was struck by the degree to which in a way that we in America really can't even. Imagine degree to which what people eat is determined by where they live and the topography and climate of the area around them and the degree to which local resum is is a thing, and it's not a thing because it's the thing it's a thing because it's just always been. So, for instance, if you go to the emcees analogy. So if you go to the Black Sea coast, it's a bit like the Pacific northwest of very wet climate doesn't snow, except in higher elevations, or lush, very green mainstays of the diet, are obviously fish corn, dried corn in all shapes and forms corn bread is a main thing there. So you don't find that in, in the south. And if you go south people say, oh, those black see people those corn eaters, 'cause in the south corners animal feed, and I think that little example shows you just how much Christine's differ as you move from region to region, the recipe, I fixated on immediately was the roasted flour. Fun. Do again. You know, it's, it's about topography the foothills, they're very lush. They're perfect for grazing cows. And so- dairy is also a major thing on the Black Sea cheeses, produced Black Sea butter is renowned throughout Turkey. And so this is, again, a kind of encapsulates the cuisine in one single dishes. You've got the corn. You got the dairy in the form of butter and in the form of cheese. Yeah, a little water and some heat and you've got this amazing delicious rich corny funding. I can't wait. I can't wait to make that actually because I think it's so interesting to think about this new World Food having gone there. And transformed so many new world foods are emblematic of the foods of Turkey peppers everywhere. Right, and plants. So let's go back to his stumble. I have not been lucky enough to be there and my food friends. Just look at me. You know, just as if I am pathetic, and no one I know goes there without being absolutely blown away. Yeah, I agree. So give us an idea of what the flow of the day is and of different ways of eating there. So you want to stay somewhere walking distance to the Bosphorus, because it's all about fairies an estan ball. Stride as many as you can every single day, you get up most hotels serve buffet. As and that's not a bad thing. It's a good thing. It's the breakfast buffet was butter with mock which is cream that skimmed off the top of heated milk. It's usually buffalo mocks. So it's specially rich with Honey drizzled over it lots of preserves tomatoes and cucumbers and olives and hard, boiled eggs. That's also part of the Turkish breakfast. And then you wonder out, you might grab a cement, which are those braided bread rings. Sesame coated. We call him a Turkish bagel. And then I mean, there's so many ways you can go eating an stumble. You can you can grab a grilled fish sandwich by the Bosphorus. See, and it should be on the car coincide, not on the eminent Nonni side, where the little touristy boats, Bob. Those are not the best sandwiches, you can go to what you should do is you should go for lunch to an S Neff, low Konta it translates to working men's canteens, there, these very casual restaurants, were, there things are served from a steam table, and I think Dave would agree the first. Time we went to stumble and we poked, her head one of these places when we saw a steam table, we went to, you know, thinking like bad buffet and didn't visit those places, but it turns out these places are where men always men prepare, very homestyle dishes. They're very forcible, and they're basically for workers, so they can have some home style food, T without going home at a good price. And they're the types of dishes, that are meant to be, you know, long and slow white bean stew with tomatoes arose to roast, lamb just soups and stews that if you can imagine them sitting on the back of grandmothers stove, while they're down a steam table, instead, and then for dinner, you can go out to nowadays of very lovely restaurant like Mikla, or Nicole that are run by Turkish chefs that have been trained in Europe butter have come around to seeing the beauty of Turkish ingredients and are now using Turkish ingredients in amazing new ways, when element of. Turkish cuisine has always fascinated me. I I've been introduced to it through Greek cooking and through Italian cooking. And I'm going to massacre, this name, but is there to Neela this idea of foods that are braised in olive oil, I think of his poached poached, or braised, Zaniulla, eighteen is olive, and yada, is oil. And when you look to the end of a word it means e like olive oil, so olive oil foods. Yes, you see that mostly on the west coast, and in his stumble vegetables, like, eggplants, leeks carrots green beans, really anything can be brazed in olive oil, and in most cases, these vegetables are cooked past a point that we in America tend to think of as appropriate as eighteen yellow Fussell year, which is a, an oily green bean is cooked for an hour and a half or two hours until the bean is absolutely soft and silky and it's just. Delicious. You know, I don't cook my being the same anymore. I don't do them crisp tender now that I've had eight yellow one of my favorite pictures in the book are of these two women bundled up. Even though when I read the text I discover it summer, hanging really long pieces of pasta to dry on a clothesline. Tell me a bit about that. Encounter. It was actually a bit random as many of the encounters were, we were staying in cars city, and we I think we're planning on changing hotels and we ended up walking down, this particular alley. And these ladies were there, and they happen to be in front of this beautiful blue wall. And so we stopped as as I often do as I always do. And we ask them if we could take some photos and we did, and it turned out, it's this enrich day this noodle that's made once a year and they make them in a they make them in the fall, and then they dry them. And then they take them to the woodfired oven and then you have this all winter and they're toasted, I'd only seen in cars. That they actually toast them and they told them till they're about the color of medium toast. I tasted a Finnish noodle. And, you know, I could've eaten straight, I mean it was nicely salty. It had a nice wheaty flavor and kind of like eating a noodle chip. I don't know. It was delicious. And then the way it served as a specialty in cars is wind dried salted deuce, and the way you eat this goose is you serve it over a bed of these noodles, that are tossed with butter, which is a big deal in cars, because it is cow country, and lentils, and green lentils, not too, rich. Not at all. It's winter. It's called so yeah. Again, you see how the climate has bearing on what people eat. They very heavily in the winter and there aren't a lot of vegetables, ground there. So it's, it's a very rich dairy fall diet in the winter. Yeah. An Eckerd rights on food and travel in Europe Asia, and Turkey, her first cookbook with photos by David Haberman is called Istanbul and beyond. The world is an open table. We should enjoy it instead of focusing on how to separate flavors and faiths writes, chef Mussa, DAV Rin of a stumble, he's the author of the Turkish cookbook and encyclopedic project celebrating the diversity, traditions and cultural values.

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