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Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
"borodino" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Due to your holiday events from the idol Diarmada group twenty four hour traffic center I'm tia Graham WWJ newsradio nine fifty thank you tia will see an overnight low of twenty degrees under partly cloudy skies that according to accu weather forecaster Carl Ericson mostly cloudy on Sunday breezy or in milder in the afternoon high forty eight we'll see a high of fifty two on Monday but back down to thirty five on Tuesday in frigid on Wednesday high only of twenty four twenty Macomb township right now thirty three in west land thirty two in downtown Detroit crime stoppers need your help this is dandy Borodino of crime stoppers of Michigan inviting you to join us as we continue our efforts in crime prevention and assisting crime victims their families in over two hundred law enforcement agencies please visit our website one eight hundred speak UP dot org and join our new five dollars a month speak up club for a small amount each month we can continue to make southeast Michigan a safe and healthy region from all of those who seek our help thank you for your support the latest breaking news in your car or in the office download the radio dot com in favorite W. W. J. live and local number one news station radio nine fifty WGN federal investigators looking into possible online posts critical of the United States the main at Saudi pilot who went on a deadly rampage the naval base in Florida CBS news has a live report next United States and.
"borodino" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
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"borodino" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The ambassador bridge trucks have a ten minute wait entering Detroit no delays at the tunnel in the automotive group twenty four hour traffic center I'm Jeff the friend WWJ newsradio nine fifty tacky weather forecaster early this morning it's cloudy in the seasonally call couple of flurries low of thirty cloudy and chilly for the day hype to forty two cloudy skies tonight will thirty one cloudy and chilly tomorrow high again forty two degrees a mix of clouds and sun first Wednesday we'll see hype to forty six currently secure Borgen seeing flurries in thirty three mostly cloudy thirty six degrees out of metro men's cloudy in thirty five for the city crime stoppers need your help this is dandy Borodino of crime stoppers of Michigan inviting you to join us as we continue our efforts in crime prevention and assisting crime victims their families in over two hundred law enforcement agencies please visit our website one eight hundred speak UP dot org and join our new five dollars a month speak up club for a small amount each month we can continue to make southeast Michigan a safe and healthy region from all of those who seek our help thank you for your support line number one news station radio nine fifty vigil in Santa Clarita California where gunfire erupted last week in the nation's latest school shooting a CBS news report coming up next also by model beat reporter Jeff Gilbert in Los Angeles where Ford is making history also ahead a man now in the hospital after his brother shot a mistaking him for a deer while out hunting good morning I'm Jim Matthews for W. W. newsradio nine fifty sports on the way twelve forty five a loss for the lions CBS CBS news update even as one part of California remembers victims of one shooting comes word of another in a different part of the state we start near Los Angeles and Santa Clarita there was a Sunday night vigil there to remember to student shot and killed by a classmate at his high school KCBS.
"borodino" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Napoleon's troops in Syria in Haiti once again, his soldiers are dying by the thousands, this time of typhus dysentery and diphtheria estimates put the French at well over a hundred thousand who died of disease, and yet we have a growing anti vaccination movement today. Fucking history turns out it's important to know some shit about why do we have vaccinations antibac- Sers? So we don't die of shit like diptheria you fucking emotionally thinking idiot. God, dammit, okay. On September seven to eighteen twelve the French emperor overseas. The bloodiest battle of the Russian campaign at the battle of Borodino not far from Moscow. The village aboard. Zito was the best place for the Russian army to make their stand. They weren't going to lose. Moscow without a fight. When the smoke cleared the losses on both sides were immense Russian lost around forty thousand troops while the French loss in estimated thirty to forty five thousand thirty hundred thousand most historians put the official number at around seventy thousand dead in just one battle by September fourteenth. Napoleon watched the Russians burn three quarters of their own city of Moscow to make sure the French didn't have enough food or supplies that they needed to stick around. Bottom part was forced to retreat around twenty one to twenty three thousand soldiers think about how many he had brought despite the French empire's, heavy losses. He quickly. Recruited more men now fought Germany is not done lose a couple hundred thousand dudes, but whatever Malecki Biden several battles were fought between French forces in an allied army that would grow to over three hundred sixty thousand men not to be outdone by the battle aboard Dino the battle of left's vague Lipsey in Germany, also known as the battle of nations would go on to be the bloodiest battle in European history until World War One nearly six hundred thousand. Soldiers are involved. Well, over half a million men fighting ends up with between eighty and one hundred twenty seven thousand total casualties over two thousand artillery weapons fired over two hundred thousand rounds of ammunition. Napoleon's forces had thirty eight thousand men killed or wounded and another fifteen thousand were captured this loss really put a dent in Napoleon's invincible, God king, self-described spiritual successor to Charlemagne persona might soon the fight. He would make its way back to France and Napoleon I reign as emperor would come to. And you can't propaganda your way out of getting your ass kicked in your own country. Right. A March thirty eighteen fourteen the allied armies pushing a poll in all the way back to Paris within a week. And I six and the pulling has forced to abdicate his throne. He is exiled to Elba. This part of the story makes no fucking sense to me on any level. He's exiled to Elba in island in the Mediterranean. Just six miles off the coast of Tuscany south of France. Right. Remarkably napoleon. Able to negotiate his own terms his own surrender terms, he himself chooses Elba. And he's supposed to be paid two million francs annually and be given a guard of four hundred men what a great way to get kicked out of your country. Like, I would love to lose like that. But that's the best way to lose ever. Dan. We're kicking you out Idaho. All right son of a bitch. We're we're tired of it. Tired of shit. So charity for this. I can't wait to see you weep. We're going to send you to Hawaii where we're going to force you to make do with about two million dollars a year and just to have a staff of a few hundred so take that enjoy time on the beach with all.
"borodino" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"I have a job as a private detective. I have just real quick today. Right. God that's a Coen brothers movie coming up, you know, it hold on. Just real quick. Is this story real? Okay. Go ahead. Yeah. So I worked downtown in an office as a private detective. And who sings it was it was the golden hour, and I had the shades. I have like louvred shades, you know, like Venetian blinds or whatever on my on, my windows, and I had them open somewhat. So little some light in. But also there were shadows. And honestly when I do that it gets hot. And so I went ahead and turn on the ceiling fan. Boy. Oh boy. Is that where you were going the whole time? I guess. Cool here called on. I had a great experience with the fan. The the other day. Okay. Oh, really? Yeah. Well, I wanted to watch a lesser Robert deniro movie. Sure. Yeah. So. Yeah. Borodino and Wesley Snipes in that one. Yeah. I think Wesley Snipes wasn't that. I feel like the only thing I've never seen the movie, but I remember being excited because I think Robert deniro war. San Francisco Giants had in that movie. Oh, and that was like just as with you know, how I married an axe murderer or something little shot of your hometown. Sure. You get a real thrill out of this light real slice of life. I mean, it's not a rail tequila level thrill now, but there's this show. This is before your time, but a show TV show called Mannix that I remember watching as a kid in late sixties early seventies detective private detective, and there was a shot of him running down the street a block away, and I was so unreasonably excited block where I live. This is the streets. And so exciting where was it? What what part of town. It's in Los villas. Okay. But also, the idea of television shows shooting in Las villas seem I don't know why that seems ridiculous. But we've been watching a lot of a lot of those early seventies. Like cannon is is one. Okay. And it's just this boy the standards the the locations or so junkie feel like they just like pulled, you know, like drove around and pulled to the side of the street and was like, I guess this'll do like it just seemed so wildly unplanned. This shows good. No. The man I remember loving Mexican. And it's it's terrible. The writing is terrible. It's it's worse than it. Like if we just came up with with a plot right now and transcribed. Just exactly what I came to our minds in terms of dialogue. It would be like thousand presents better a mutant with an adamantine skeleton has to unload a bunch of a musical instruments on another respecting town off the top. That already is is better. But also just like the dialogue of so weirdly, still like it was almost like you have to try to make it not flow. It was real. It's really kind of amazing cannon is slightly better. But it's Lucas, it's all like parking lot parking lots and it's shot at night. And there's no light. So this is like murky shapes poor whenever I would like encounter a seventies rerun. As a kid chips. I think my mom likes ships rerun. I think she might ever watch. She might have had an Eric Estrada thing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's usually the cause of jobs. I saw Estrada one time here in Los Angeles that go very, shiny, man. Yeah. Chinese rining sweating at a shine on him. No, natural the natural oil. Yeah. Like a seal he was healed up characterize him as taught. Not muscular, but talk good. Time off of gone flinging diamond Estrada, guess a light translucence, right? Yeah. I always remember as a kid being upset watching a seventies rerun by how Brown everything was so Brown much Brown..
"borodino" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"I think that was the intent was to show that democracy, isn't some shine was. Yeah. It's it's flawed as any other systems. So who are you Americans to tell us that our system is wrong. And and I think there was a sense of personal vengeance in it because of the way in his view Clinton and the United States the above administration broadly discredited, his triumphant return to the presidency personal. I think interesting how it's Obama taunting Trump at the White House correspondence to leverage his his presidency. And so bombing taunting Putin, the leverages Putin to aid Trump, but I want to ask you in the way leaders in this country often model themselves after someone else they'll say, someone's a Kennedy democrat or a Reagan Republican in Russian history Putin model himself after anybody's whereas you can say. That's an excellent question. People will say, you know, he's a new stolen. They'll say he's a new Gorbachev because he's reform-minded Andropov. I mean, people have made comparisons the one obvious one. And it was the reason I titled the book the way I did is he's clearly reaching back to some sort of imperial greatness. You know, people say oh, Putin's trying to recreate communism Soviet Union. He's not. I mean, he he's been saying that for years, you know, he obviously sees and saw the failures of the Soviet system. End of communism. What he wants to recreate his sense of greatness of his country pride in his country. Which when he was a young boy was putting a man in space the first country put a man in space. It was defeating the Nazis in World War Two and that resonates in Russia much more than more to does in our country for the obvious reason than lost the scale of loss, twenty seven million people, and the destruction. On the homeland in a way that we didn't experience except for Pearl Harbor. But I often think that he's not modeling himself to be Peter the great or, you know, czar nNcholas, but I think he he looks at history is a sort of Schwartz board. You know, a buffet where he will dabble a little bit depending on his mood. You know, what his taste is that any given day. What the situation is. So he might need a little Soviet nostalgia. Which you whip up with the the war in particular? Maybe a little bit of the imperial greatness. The restoration of the church, you know, Russia's exceptional place in world history. As the third Rome, he like professes to be a believer and practices though, somewhat loosely. It seems but he wants to be seen as a religious believer. He wants to be a tough guy, and you know, with the military greatness, you know, which can evoke, you know, Borodino and the war of eighteen. Twelve or were too. So he picks and chooses as as is necessary. But they come a nation is what makes him so intriguing because I think that there's this cartoon version of Putin as the super villain. But in fact, it's a more complicated history there, and I think that he believes that he's created this this new Russia. They really came out of this. You know, horrible experience. I mean, what he called the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the twentieth century the collapse of the Soviet Union. They always say Russia's up offer knees. You know, there was a sense that she was down and he's made her great again make Russia. Great again, exactly. And it's the same. When you're looking at at rising, China and a more aggressive to you know, a country that's willing to project power. How do you deal with that mistake in the China is more anxious to protect their power than the Russians? No, I don't think that's true. I mean, I think that the Chinese are are very anxious to project power. In the areas that really matter to them, which is Taiwan and the South China Sea, though, they have opened a base in Djibouti their first overseas base..
"borodino" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Com. KCBS news time eleven twenty one. More tech companies are getting into the housing market, the Chan's Zuckerberg initiative Facebook, the San Francisco foundation Genentech and others are now backing a fund that intends to build or preserve more than eight thousand homes in the bay area in the next five to ten years the half a billion dollar fund is expected to pay for projects in San Francisco Santa Clara, San Mateo Alameda, and contra Costa counties has five of the nine bay area counties. And it's for residents making up one hundred fifty percent of the local area median income. It's the latest attempt to do something about the affordable housing shortage and in Richmond. That city has agreed to pay nearly six hundred sixty thousand dollars in a settlement with nine elderly and disabled public housing. Tenants over substandard living conditions of the hacienda housing complex. The tennis say that their homes were overrun by rodents and also roaches roof leaks. Mold the head of the Richmond housing authority admitted the hacienda was uninhabitable. A legal challenge that was holding up more than six billion dollars in funds for road and transit improvements in the south bay has been rejected by the California Supreme Court KCBS is my call and says that means a host projects can now move forward. It means finally the pairing potholes that are sitting -ly everywhere on south bay roads with one point two billion over the thirty year life of measure, b that's a lot of potholes to fix. That's a lot of safety improvements for motorists whether you're on four wheels or two wheels. Who know that you not only have a more dangerous ride with potholes, but you have a more expensive ride because you use more gas. You have your car out of alignment, you have all the other problems associated with the bumpy conditions of our local streets and roads called Borodino seal. The Silicon Valley leadership group led the measure B fight another big winner is those of us who have been waiting for decades for the Bart extension into San Jose. And Santa Clara, this is to bring it into downtown San Jose in the city of Santa Clara with one point five billion in local funds measure also includes nine hundred fourteen million for countering. The Silicon Valley bureau by Colgan KCBI. A new effort is underway to reduce gridlock on the peninsula. KCBS is Margie Schaefer reports on a campaign called carpool two point. Oh by.
"borodino" Discussed on KGO 810
"Know, his students who. Are now you know some of the most well known professors they already retired who were some of the most well known Russian history professors about in Russia a yells at trains American graduate. Students he was a quite unusual type and so they were professors in. In in in Stanford and in Indiana who who worked, with him as exchange students back, in the sixties and nineteen seventies so suddenly I find his voice. In, the Arctic There were. Others like him essentially. The regime is drawing on people who who can read and speak German because it's, about, the Germans and so they need they. Need them they recruit them as intelligence officers and he is essentially. Used for the. Purpose of enemy propaganda how to how to demoralize the enemy he participates and organizes. The interrogation of of us prisoners, he oversees the production of leaflets and he corrects the, production of, deflects when he sees that some of, those leaflets don't fly with the prisoners others flyway very well so this is what he does, during the battle and, and he talks. About this yes and it's important what his background is he's an extremely educated man born in one thousand, nine hundred four his great grandfather he notes in his own interview was given the. Cross the same George at Borodino he was also Ascended from a Russian Admiral. He's, what is known as former people what does that mean professor former people he was he was a very well known family, so his his. Great great uncle was Admiral Nakajima, who fought in the Crimean war and and these were basically. A repressed people under the early days. Of Soviet power anyone who was a Aristo Crecy anyone. Who was high in the regime was by definition the enemy of the Soviet state and was not and their descendants we're not welcomed into a. Soviet society so these. Were the so-called former people the people of the former regime who were not allowed, into, this new order which was strictly based. On class so it accepted workers and peasants poor workers and peasants. I should say. It rejected anyone who is considered a speculator pills for a hoarder et cetera and. And and and Aristocracy in particular. So this forest Sancha costs to actually hi his social background and moreover he went to factory he worked for I think seventy five or seventy is a simple factory worker and I believe I read this really as. An attempt to rework his soul. To essentially poor deterrent is himself to make himself more acceptable to the new order so he talks about these things quite. Freely interviews which is one indication from. Me that these interviews can be read. And should be read verbatim that this is not done for the KB but really these I in good parts, spontaneous documents during the war the, terms change, because the. Regime Stalin goes back to the invokes the pre revolutionary traditions especially the military traditions, to to, to draw additional support For his cause and, so suddenly you know Nakajima's. Is is is is is a good person again and effective there's a mental named after, him and so suddenly you know this is his grandfather Past is rehabilitated and and and there's that change and then that's one more reason why you can talk about all all these things, openly another reason I like Zion Chomsky is that he gives us a quotes from diaries that they've found or letters that they found off. Times on the captured or, the dad or the deceased and you get a glimpse of the Germans and his job because he has the German language is extremely educated is to picture the, enemy and just a note here he. Emphasizes that one, particular leaflet did better than any other in was the picture of a. Little girl crying with a picture. Of a dead soldier behind her and it was entitled Papa is tot- daddy is dead and you can seize I enj- kofsky learning from. This and lecturing, immediately he, is in during, the, interview he's he's imagining what it is in. Order to weaken the resistance and. Lend the end, lend the, possibility of capture as Opposed to killing a man. Precisely this leaflet was was extremely effective it was used another battle size time it again and I I found an instance where propaganda were talking among themselves and and their their rationale was, that German beastly they kill without remorse however they are they also sentimental and and so they're prone to sentimentality and we need to explore. That you know they love, their German shepherds they love their own children so let's exploit this and that's that's that's really aim for this and hence this this picture of a of other, four year old girl that is that. Is crying Popeye's, dad is reading essentially an official notice that so has has died there. Were other leaflets that didn't fly. Especially, ones that talked about the Germans as fascist when the we're not fascist who you mean they tell fascist we're not Sasha's so who do you have. In mind. And especially, propaganda that invoked the brother brotherhood the pretty -tarian brotherhood you know you are of workers descend we are work to send let's. Unite, against the. Rich people who are organizing this War I mean this did not cut through the the, nationalism that, was so deeply ingrained in. The German mind we're going. To turn to the. Germans to, the interviews of the German prisoners. After the surrender in February of nineteen forty three the book is Stalingrad y'all can hell Beck is. The book and is Zion coffee will be with us he does some. Of the interviews and what I learned, from this is when an historian goes to war he's still an historian I'm John Batchelor this is the John Batchelor show.
"borodino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Kickoff ukrainian novelist as andre hints are cutty bab chingkuo would have been i stress would have been the thirty eighth journalist to be murdered since the fall of communism if he hadn't emerged lazarus like at that press conference with many journalists appear to have been killed because of what they wrote about chechnya many who've died have been critical of ladimir putin world affairs editor john simpson spoke to many idealistic journalists at the fall of the soviet union and he now reflects on what happened to them since that was the moment when the russian journalists are cardi bob chingkuo stepped forward a news conference in kiev which was supposedly going to explain how he'd been murdered it was all very weird no doubt we'll be hearing more about the apparent plot to kill him but you can't help thinking but the whole thing will just reinforce the feeling that where russia and ukraine concerned you can't believe everything you hear when i watch those pictures i thought if only that could have happened with anna politkovskaya who was shot dead in similar circumstances outside her flat in central moscow in two thousand six like bob janko she had reported with great courage on the deeply sinister circumstances surrounding russia's relationship with its caucasian outpost chechnya and the two appallingly violent wars which russia has fought to bring chechnya to heal i knew an polit cough skyer an admire enormously this is what she said not long before she was murdered i've upset at least sure that risk is usual part of my job of russian journalist who remained determined not to be silenced even though nearly forty of the number of the murdered in the twenty seven years since the fall of communism in russia we're lucky the number didn't go up with arkady bob chengkuo russian journalists have fallen off balconies being beaten to death poisoned or involved in questionable car crashes did he four or was he pushed officially in russia maxim borodino fell out of the window this flat either suicide or an accident officially there is no question of foul play maxine barden died six weeks ago he'd been investigating the involvement of russian messenger is in syria some years ago alexander lebed f a former kgb agent who went on by the london evening standard explained how wary russian journalists had to be if they upset the authorities there you definitely will face the risk to your life if you're reading to feel them on.
"borodino" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Most likely person to be fired next by donald trump at this point he seems to be cooperating and giving both house republicans and the white house republicans everything they want and peres ron elving thanks so much maybe maxine bodine was depressed in ways as friends just didn't recognize threw himself office fifth floor balcony this week and you katherine berg russia maxine berardino was thirty two and a reporter for the local novy den website where he'd done tough stories about crime and political corruption including you have gainey priggen the oligarch dotted by the united states for running the troll factory that help russia try to influence the 2016 sixteen us presidential election axiom borodino was just reporting on the latest craze in spa treatments reporters for the website say there were no signs of a struggle in his apartment but he'd been previously threatened for his stories and paulina rumyantsev his editor told cnn has maxime had big plans for his personal life and career there is nothing to support a verdict of suicide journalism is a dangerous trade in russia at least thirty five russian journalists have been murdered since two thousand according to the committee to protect journalists and the glasnost defense foundation they weren't covering shooting wars or riots but powerful russian institutions a surprising number of implausibly fallen or slipped to their deaths in march two thousand seven ivan sovereign off who is investigating the sale of russian arms to iran and syria died after falling from a fifth floor window it was ruled a suicide in november two thousand nine the independent broadcaster olga could've sky fell to her death from fourteenth floor window she'd been battling for control of restriction with a member of the government her death also ruled a suicide february two thousand twelve victor upon a cinco editor of a newspaper that had been investigating paramilitary range in southern russia died after slipping in his home november twenty fifteen mikhail lesson often described as president putin state medias are but had fallen out of favor with him was found dead after a fall in his hotel room in washington dc the f b i says he fell from extreme drinking and blunt force trauma to the head injuries to his neck arms legs and torso that must have been some fall march two thousand seventeen nikolai gorenkov the lawyer for sergei meniscus who was the source of reporting on russia's largest tax rod fell from a fourth story window while trying to.
"borodino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Most likely person to be fired next by donald trump at this point he seems to be cooperating and giving both house republicans and the white house republicans everything they want and ron elving thanks so much maybe maxine bodine was depressed in ways as friends just didn't recognize threw himself office fifth floor balcony this week and your kettering berg russia maxine berardino was thirty two and a reporter for the local novy den website where he'd done tough stories about crime and political corruption including have gainey priggen the oligarch and guided by the united states for running the troll factory that help russia try to influence the two thousand sixteen you wish presidential election axiom borodino wasn't just reporting on the latest craze in spa treatments reporters for the website say there were no signs of a struggle in his apartment but he'd been previously threatened for his stories and paulina room got seven his editor told cnn has maxime had big plans for his personal life and career there is nothing to support a verdict of suicide journalism is a dangerous trade in russia at least thirty five russian journalists have been murdered since two thousand according to the committee to protect journalists and the glasnost defense foundation they weren't covering shooting wars or riots but powerful russian institutions a surprising number of implausibly fallen or slipped to their debts in march two thousand seven ivan sovereign off who is investigating the sale of russian arms to iran and syria died after falling from a fifth floor window it was ruled a suicide in november two thousand nine the independent broadcaster olga could've sky fell to her death from fourteenth floor window she'd been battling for control of restriction with a member of the government her death also ruled a suicide february two thousand twelve victor upon a cinco editor of a newspaper that had been investigating paramilitary rage in southern russia died after slipping in his home november twenty fifteen mikhail lesin often described as president putin state medias are but had fallen out of favor with him was found dead after a fall in his hotel room in washington dc see the fbi says he fell from extreme drinking and blunt force trauma to the head injuries to his neck arms legs and torso that must have been some fall march two thousand seventeen nikola gorenkov the lawyer for sergei magnitsky who was the.
"borodino" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Part of the intrigue surrounding darrow pasta involves unassessed varsha cave which a selfproclaimed russian seductress she claims to have had an affair with their pasta which he denies and claims to have information on trump russia connections today bush cage spoke out from jail in thailand where she's being held for prostitution high to dera pasta i'm waiting for him to come rescue me but maxine borodino had also broken a story about russian mercenaries in syria men from group called wagner linked to an oligarch who supports putin the cia director talked about a recent confrontation between wagner mercenaries and u s forces in syria a handful of weeks ago the russians met their match the couple hundred russians were killed analysts say borodino exposure of those mercenaries may have gotten him killed kremlin doesn't like for its own citizens war for others around the world to know how it uses proxies to prosecute its aims it doesn't want this to be exposed because it reveals the extent of russia's military involvement in both ukraine answer putin has always denied targeting journalists but advocates say there's a long line of reporters who have been killed while digging on his government's alleged abuses people like on a poet sky gunned down after she exposed human rights violations in chechnya anybody who's investigating corruption is taking their life into their own hands on some level right anybody who is investigating military casualties corruption the military hazing when there's a long legacy of of people who have investigated this in it didn't end well.
"borodino" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"New tonight a journalist investigating powerful russians with ties to lead of your putin is dead after a fall at his home he's the latest critic of the kremlin to meet an untimely death part of the disturbing pattern that stretches back decades brian todd has gathering details on the case brian tell us what you're learning we'll russian officials are saying tonight they don't believe any crime has been committed the friends and colleagues of this reporter say that's a typical attempt at cover up we've learned this journalist had exposed some information embarrassing vladimir putin and his france maxine bora dean thought he was in danger the russian journalist contacted a friend last week said his apartment building was surrounded by armed russian security personnel wearing camouflage and face masks the friend says bodine then called him and said it was a false alarm tonight borodino is dead having fallen from his fifth floor apartment russian officials say they don't suspect foul play that there are no indications of a crime but friends and colleagues don't believe it was a suicide and human rights observers don't believe it was accidental yet again a russian journalist who's covering topics the kremlin doesn't weren't covered has died maxine borodino had been investigating powerful wealthy and dubious russians with close ties to flat amir putin one is electoral pasta get blows please just sanctioned by the us treasury department a billionaire who once had close ties to paul manafort president trump's former campaign manager who was indicted as part of robert muller's russia investigation.
"borodino" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
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"borodino" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Of the speech meanwhile you now that's why the book is called about and always the rebel because he is the man against the establishment i he said that the only problem with the speeches that we should have turned it around and just the tip a swell of the platform beating the washington establishment know donald trump was elected by average americans uh in part to take on the establish interesting loshchinin uh that's what to speak was about and those were the people who would be threatened by the by the trump uh presidency and they needed to get the message owlry you know that's what bannon is doing now uh with his uh uh you know going around the country including new certain candidates is trying to let the washington establishment though that they don't have on our i don't think he needed to turn the podium around i think they guy yeah did the way they did to tell tailsbetweenthelegs they all kind of juice longterm the a word i guess it is your this he's got some plans to make the gop the working party again of borodino party of workers that will attract minority voters and become the dominant political force uh in the 20th century share some of those plans with us sure it i think percent resonated especially in a city like the choi you know um you know what bannon thank the fat uh the the country has moved too far away from an emphasis on average working american middle class working class you know uh he want he told me and i go into more of the ball said she wanted to make in the republican party be working the party of the working class which is what the democrats used to be uh now you know as as fetching the uh sort of in your introduction the the democratic party is the party of snowflakes flake the party of sort of special interests and and and all sorts of trigger epo and ten groups and it's so much focus on average working americanflagged so you know five from in out there uh what they wanted to deal with use is change things quite like some of these trade agreements especially the multilateral one t think could be sending jobs overseas and uh yeah uh helping other countries that the expense of american workers and also decreasing the amount of immigration into the.
"borodino" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Wedding on the battles dbs sunday at one shot at this guy was students ages as los angeles naval criminal investigative service no emission cuts onto fine we need to go into combat no the you know what they're capable of running editor no no limits going off book for this one there is no book for this deal maize ncis los angeles sunday or stream it live or on demand cbs this fall the fight against terror we have an opportunity to snatch at high level ice okay this might be early sza these are our greatest weapon these words send in august or yannis doors on but she come to see us install wins news time eight thirty eightinch on wednesday entertainment the second night of abc's bachelor in paradise featured a wedding between eminent carly cr lovely ocean so deep so while untamed and so much turks promising to restart exploring you later the show got serious as it address these scandal involving dim mario jackson and korean olympia house meantime on ag the live rounds were held last night they started with 17yearold christian borodino dino up patch on long island performing ed sheeran's make and rain denied of along to nine year old singer anjelica hail that's right nine she got a standing ovation for her rendition of calamity after months of speculation daniel cragg told seeven call there whether or not he will continue to claim 007 i've been cagey about it i've been doing injuries all day and people have been asked me a man of i think i'd be raw the corey by coming felt like you know so to speak the truth i should speak the truth to you and so correct says he will play 007 for the fifth time in the next james bond movie it's due out in twenty nine tina the.
"borodino" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Steinem look into that future plan has your ours phillips are coming up soon thirty eight ten ten wins entertainment kim kardashian understands that among her one hundred eighty million social media followers there are going to be haters and she tells a forbes women summited absolutely effect sir she says i'm human just like everyone else definitely obviously at me everyone else that i hope he doesn't ethics and learn from what i've done so people are young girls at kids suggests someone works very hard focuses on really what i meet kardashian was one of the keynote at the annual summit in new york long island christian cardino covered the jackson five on last night's america's got talent what a story this kid a sixteen year old was blinded earth regained his side cardino with judge how we mandell making one which right now this second to make something come true for yourself what would you win this your wit and so borodino goes on to the live rounds fans who were still upset he walked away from his comedy central sketch shokhin concede dave chapelle at radio city tickets go on sale friday for ten nights gig in august with special guests each night including the roots chris rock trevor noah and has this for tease the show on the fifteenth is reserved for a very special guest now more than ever you need news you can trust sell lock it in 210.