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"boubacar" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And we get the debut of Boubacar Cooler Bali. Boubacar makes it 10 Trojan to a plate in this one. He didn't play on Wednesday. Is a mid range jump shot by Whitney on the baseline. No Good Max Act on Polo comes flying in for the rebound, and he will head up pushing the other direction cooler Bolly wants instead of going polar drives inside, loses, it gets it back, kicks it to Edie. ET will slow things down. If he comes to the top of the key have been Mobley sitting down for the first time Isaiah has checked back in. He's got the ball in the left wing as a looking back down. His man sees a double team as his swings through it, except that punk polo top of the key three from Max is short and the rebound inside goes toe Owens good defensive possession, thereby The Grizz. The other end, Trojan see defined their men and it will be an open three from always it almost banks in instead of going polo, knocks it out of bounds will stay right here. And the shot clock. Resets to 20 in the front court, Cameron Parker's check back in the game camera. Parker is a transfer from sacred heart where he said the N C a a single game assist record, so it certainly can drop some dimes as we get a legal screen there by Montana. That's Max Anderson. That's his second illegal screen. 24 assists Cameron Parker had in one game. Who've seen us seize assist record broken recently with Julian Jacobs and Jordan McLaughlin Trey. Young had the assist record that was broken by Cameron Parker for a young is now on the Echo, Congo's teammate in Atlanta. No Obama has on the right wing. We're going inside the Boubacar Boubacar sees a double team back to the basket is gonna fan out a little bit. Go toe Isaiah Mobley as and Mobley has on the block once Global Carter to move out the way and said he cuts and he throws one up and gets a role. So cool. Bali gets his first collegiate bucket and us these leaders 21 now 29 8 to the Trojans 8 15 left in the first half. Whitney with it. The top of the keys School of Bali in a hard hedge bench collapse for that band and now driving kick. Montana works around it to be a Whitney three. No good. Isaiah Mobley on the weak side, Glass and again, Every big man for USC has the ability to just get the rebound of bringing up himself. Mobley enters to Ogden Polo. He finds Philip Ali, but this is a dunk inside ball on the floor, and Isaiah Mobley wins the battle. He's gonna throw one up. And Isaiah will go back to the free throw line. So among other things, USC is winning the battle for all the loose balls. Trojans are all over the glass. They're all over the floor. And they are all over the Grizz A 29 8 start for USC 7 47 left in the first half will take another time out from Galen Center. You listening the USC men's basketball in the Trojans Media network. Find out what happens when rogue rage takes a deadly turn. Rent unhinged.
Mali swears in transitional president and vice president
"Will be sworn into office and Friday five weeks after the up Auto of Ibrahim boubacar. Keita button Del a former Defense Minister was picked by the coup leader Colonial and see me going to hurt the transitional government until elections off. Call Daniel Garcia will be his vice president did you government is expected to be in office for transition period of eighteen months that will lead to an election. The appointment of a civil president was a condition for the West African Regional group Equus to lift the sanctions. It imposed after the coup stocks of
Ex-Malian president Keita hospitalized at private clinic
"Molly Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who was overthrown by the military in August has left the country. Military officials said he'd flown to the United Arab Emirates for medical treatment. After suffering from a minor stroke. Earlier this week, his former chief of staff said he could be a way for up to 15 days. This is the
Why the World Is Watching a Military Takeover in Mali
"For some months now in Mali there has been a feeling that something had to give on Tuesday. It gave soldiers descended upon the capital Bamako from the nearby garrison town of Kati and arrested the President and Prime Minister Gruff Gentlemen Clad in cocky appeared on state television and declared themselves in charge while offering the vague reassurances about a return to democracy traditional in such circumstances, it was a classic coup d'etat. The immediate backstory dates back to April and Molly's most recent parliamentary elections. These were clouded by violence including the kidnapping still-unsolved of prominent opposition to Somalia say and followed by accusations of subterfuge by June thousands of people were protesting in Bamako demanding the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar cater in July at least eleven of these protesters were killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrations an opposition movement known as m five RFP coalesced around an influential Imam Mahmoud Deco.
Mali coup leaders hold talks with opposition
"Leaders of Tuesday's coup in Mali have had talks with opposition leaders who welcomed the ousting of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. There's been strong international condemnation off the military takeover. David Bamford reports. The opposition coalition in Mali said it had noted thie commitment by the soldiers to move towards a civilian transitional government and was ready to work with them on a political roadmap. Amass patriotic rally has been called for Friday. An army colonel. A seamy gotta has emerged as the new military leader. He has heard civil servants to return to work. Yuen Security Council has condemned the coup on West African leaders have announced a blockade on more hold a videoconference on Thursday to discuss further actions.
Mali coup: UN joins global condemnation of military takeover
"The leaders of Tuesday's military coup in Mali have had talks with opposition leaders who have welcomed the ousting of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, The U. N and African Union have condemned the military takeover and called for the release of detained politicians. Here's David Bamford. The opposition coalition in Mali said it had noted thie commitment by the soldiers to move towards a civilian transitional government and was ready to work with them on a political roadmap. Amass patriotic rally has been called for Friday. An army colonel. A seamy gotta has emerged as the new military leader. He has urged civil servants to return to work. The U. N Security Council has condemned the coup on West African leaders have announced a blockade on more hold a videoconference on Thursday to discuss further actions.
Mali's president resigns after armed mutiny
"President deeper him Boubacar Keita, announcing his resignation in a late night TV broadcast. Hours after soldiers had staged a mutiny surrounding his residents and firing shots into the air. It's Marley second coup in eight years, The country is seen months of anti government protests. It's also struggling to combat an Islamist insurgency. President Kato was democratically elected on broadly supported in the West, the U. S and France criticizing the takeover.
Mutiny by Mali troops condemned by Ecowas and France
"West Africa regional body Echo. Wass and Francois have condemned a mutiny in Mali on DH called for soldiers to return to their barracks. Earlier there was gunfire at a military base near the capital, Bamako. Senior personnel as another site were reportedly detained by disgruntled junior officers. The unrest coincides with opposition calls for more protests demanding the resignation off President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, West Africa correspondent Cici is under reports the spokesperson for the June 5 opposition movement has said the political situation is still unclear. After shots were fired from the catty army base by angry soldiers. There are also reports that roads into Bamako have been blocked by people in military uniform. Since June. Tens of thousands have taken to the streets calling for President Ibrahim Boubacar cater to resign. The unrest has come over economic hardship in the country corruption disputed elections on the increasing Islamic jihadist violence occurring in the
Conan, dog injured in al-Baghdadi raid, honored at White House
"Also visiting the White House today Conan the hero dog being honored for the raid in Syria that killed the ISIS leader on the back of our one of our service heroes becoming and being hailed as a service here because she chased Omar by Boubacar all Big Daddy into that tunnel and when Baghdadi detonated his explosive vest code was seriously injured by some electrical wires live electrical wires that had been flying around boxes John Roberts at the White House noting that this medal and plaque for Conan is different they will be given to a human honoree cone is public appearance today came after a private ceremony
ISIS leader may have appeared in first video in 5 years
"Taylor. And computer looks like ISIS leader Boubacar El Baghdadi is appearing his first video nearly five years. Reporter Richard Engel says the videos intended to rally ISIS supporters telling them that the fight goes on US. Intelligence officials are already looking very closely at this video to see what they can learn about ISIS, and maybe even where Baghdadi is video shows Baghdadi praising the group. He says is responsible for the series of tax on Sri Lankan
"boubacar" Discussed on UNDISCOVERED
"Twenty four teen was a big year for ISIS Saddam Audie. Full. Vodka. June. They announced the establishment of their. Prophesized. Caliphates. The now controlled thirty thousand square miles in Syria. Iraq stretching from the Mediterranean, coast to the south of Baghdad. In other words, they were in complete control of an area. The same size as Portugal and it was to be a true Islamic state. Do the what's now. Listening to ISIS leader, Boubacar albuque- daddy declaring just that this little known Jihadist turned up unexpectedly in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city. He turned up at the great mosque of our Nuri just weeks.
"boubacar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nigeria talking about the elections, which are happening this week at the presidential elections and more Newsday's James cotton all this sitting down to breakfast in Lagos listening into the conversation. James, welcome and do your hosts as well. Indeed. Yes. Welcome to Lagos. Some with the Arkansas family here in Lagos Vitus into their house Ray county fan wearing overhead pictures of the families on the wall. This family like many others in Nigeria divided by politics. I'm here supporting president Mamadou Bahari some supporting his main challenge. Ebtekar Boubacar some supporting Kingsley Makalu another candidate. So the conversation has been going back and forth. We've been talking about lots of things this morning. One of the things we're gonna talk about is security. Would you agree? That security is a big issue in life in these elections. Down a little bit what? Because people think of security. Well, there's Booker haram is the missing surgency in the northeast. There's pharma heard conflicts in this incentive of the country is insecurity in Zamfara state in the north is oil violence around the air in the southeast finance kidnappings. And so on here in Lagos when you say security is a big issue. What matters about it in view of these elections to you. What what do you consider important? I consider it is very very important issue because it is a mom. Why so Potter because I knew how the capacity I asked you about security, and you went straight onto your candidate, you're passionate. Okay. So tell me because of all we're gonna use strategy. He's part of the issue. That's why we don't want anymore because he is. What he promised. Capacity. What has proven that capacity by curtain job? But hang on hang on. We're talking about security. President Bahari was a former general a military manatee Kubica your candidate is a civilian. Why would he be any better than a former general at dealing with security said assertive issue if you put in the right position they will deal with? Introduce yourself. My name is Joseph from the Okafor family. You see what do you got in industry? Yes. And was able to recover two hundred twenty to be precise. Haram students children are kidnapped and hang on. We're talking about the chip brokers. They're still unaccounted for you had another thing in adapt CI where schoolgirls were kidnapped. You can't say that security has been improved much by by president Bahari. That is why we need to put him back for the next level. Because by the time you voted in back is good to talk with that issue. Seriously. If something he couldn't properly doing for years, those those before and could not do it in sixteen years. He does out four years. So who who says he should have done that in four years? Yes. He will do it. Foyers yada yada DVD now going for the presidency to fill the VP. Article. I believe you have a new president who will have the you to challenge the problem because he has seen violence as well, the UN, and then yes in violence all around and seen how it doesn't tackled. This is the person you're supporting the Moghal is. But I'm talking about the UN seen how problems are resolved. So I think Britain is worth of x rays into secretary this nation to oppose goes. Guerra's field. He has no solutions, but let me turn to the others here kings, who is relatively unknown within politics of see people in Nigeria know him. But he doesn't have the experience of. Do you think he would be able to mold the army to his will deal with the security situation? Does it help the president doesn't know what it takes in the security issue? Okay. What article has been vice president I'll sit on. And I knew that. Article what is of this nation? He's going to do with security at all. Is going to put the people. The have the wherewithal. All right. Let's get another moving past cups of tea implanting chips bread on the table. Just introduce yourself. And give yourself your perfect gift was again being emulated. Money's not that sure that is going to be our country safe between this we had the this place. I will have the ability main the army's what are they there for the money? Based on the issue take off his responsibility on assigned duties, those alley for the to seek your initial that is my my that is what I'm the military. Very. Be there. I want. Because they won't is gone control independence. India? The press is not insertive at somebody's on that wants to do. Deputy Peter is not the inaugu better people that people. Party. Do not do. Komo. Is there is there a generational divide? Here. Do you think perhaps the older people go through the established parties younger people want more of a change? Yes. One young people Tacoma because they had initiated they have what it takes to Rudeina. Someone else is trying to get in. And everyone else, he's not shouting gesturing, very, very politely. But he clearly to become because I have to be careful. We all Nigeria's and people see. Kinsley people Say Bory was believing Bari initially ignored because they say the boy. Boy came in. You know, we have pensioners in. Attention all water softening, you know, people can leave you can go to school. So I don't think Bali have the capacity to to to to to. Talk about Kinsley. This new guy you talk. You talk about you know, when you are faced with the days where you knew that you're not happy to to to to to do the. So he doesn't have enough experience. I think we should be the best because he has salvos advice. Vice president sue should be able to know what to. To to give to the initial. I wanna give a reply to a Bihari supporter because you've heard lots of criticisms of your president introduce yourself, try and defend president without. A reminder. Improved. The security in Nigeria where no is very visible. 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"boubacar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"boubacar" Discussed on Get Up!
"I mean, we. Lived in Copley hall together. He was literally next door to my roommates, and I on the same floor seem, you know, and and back then I kind of BS to my way into a job with Coca-Cola, right? I became the on campus Representative Coca-Cola, which is a total made up position. I literally made it up sent a pitch proposal and they said, sure, let's do it. And basically it was not a scam, but I used to do promos on campus, and I also used to buy Coca Cola at cost. So he could get it for like twelve cents a bottle and in Copley hall, the soda machines to run out all the time. So everybody in the dorm knew that I sold coke. Dealer count dealer. Go actually a funny line onto itself, the worst coke dealer of all time. She run out to merge room and he would sell. You kept the fridge stocked with cold coke, and he sell for two bucks. A pop is a nice little bump because Georgia expensive school, you gotta do what you can. So one night I seen in his roommate Boubacar our who's another basketball Georgetown knocked on the door is like four in the morning, the bang on the door. So, and and they open up how can help you guys? And they say, yeah, we need to buy a. We've borrow Kokin condom. We're having some things going on. So I sold a Boubacar Allen Allen Iverson. Coke Kokin condom to get for the condom charged you box. That's crazy. I mean that all the people to have room next to that's really remarkable when I when I looked you up, I was hoping you would be a similar age to John Mullany who I know also an English major, he would've been there before him. He was there? Yes, yes. He's young much younger. You're much younger than me and he's much younger than you so, but Alan Iverson less unbelievable to have just observed him. I mean, he was obviously a legend back then even and we all knew that he, you know, he's going to leave and that was his last year, sophomore year Georgieva. Okay. I also learned in looking you up that you had a bit part in the movie private to Howard Stern movie. I hadn't Fendt asked the care back then you see as an extra in the movie. I didn't. I didn't even know that I looked at as Google who just get a few things like that. You so you, I, what did you do? I was cast as an extra in private parts. And for some reason in this big group seen when stern his kind of walking down in his college years, I'm writing. Of him in the camera fines me because he's right behind me and the camera follows the two of us for good eight, ten seconds in the movie. So I'm pretty prominently prominent extra if you will, and no kidding on campus to get stopped people like reim- private parts for years for years, and then faded away and jokers came around and fans founded and then a resurface over again. So. So you guys just strike me as you would have been Howard Stern fan. So that has to have been thrilled if I'm really, really it was a thrill and then nobody still has found. I used to tons of extra work on one life to live and Saturday Night. Live really? Yes. I used to play the same character and while I live, I played like a reporter who always came in at the wrong time and snap a photo he wasn't supposed to. You know, like if somebody's, you know, having an affair kind of peer in from the sides, snap a photo and kind of lurk back into the darkness fans haven't found, but I'm in multiple episodes. Oh, that's phenomenal. I feel like just based upon your whole thing. This was just a guess on my. And it would never have occurred to me until I read that you are an action movie that Howard Stern would have been an inspiration for you guys to have that Rosie, make a mega fans of stern. You know, they've been on his the rap of show and stuff like that. And I mean, that's our generation, of course, you know, for sure. Yeah. And but so who were your comedic as obviously comedy was something that you didn't just come to buy? Yeah. Tell you the people ask, like who's the most famous person you mad or what's the craziest fan you?.
Airplane theft shows potential dangers from airline workers
"Townhall dot com. I'm Jeremy house. President Trump says he may have to get involved personally because he says the FBI is refusing to cooperate with a public records request for former, FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe text. Messages on Saturday, Mr. Trump tweeted? What are they hiding investigators are piecing together how an airline ground agent, at sea, TAC international, airport stolen, empty, commercial airplane Alaska, air group CEO, Brad Tilden says the airline is working.
Nobel-winning author V.S. Naipaul dead at 85
"Rogers, have been paying tribute to the British Nobel prize winner Naipaul who has died at his home in London he, was eighty-five Salman Rushdie said, he felt as if he had lost a beloved older brother Born to an Indian family in Trinidad VS Naipaul's studied. At Oxford University and worked for the BBC his best known works include a house of Mr. Biswas and abandon the. River the rider Farouk Dondi said that Naipaul would be viewed as one of history's greatest writers Literally talent Last century and he was quite a, remarkable stability Insight I don't think, anybody else head on a personal level A broader civilizational level
Salmon Rushdie, Boubacar Keta and Cape Canaveral discussed on BBC World Service
"Jordan's prime minister has held an emergency meeting with defense chiefs after. At least three members of the security forces were killed in a raid against suspected. Militants there were a number of lawsuits including one that destroyed a building during the operation in the town of
BBC, Mali and University Of Virginia discussed on BBC World Service
"Still to come the army is on the streets as people? In Mali vote in the second round of their presidential election eating healthily when money's tight the success of a scheme in Massachusetts and would you have a microchip under your skin to make everyday tasks easier
"boubacar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Thanks. Right let's turn to Mali where there's been a vote in the presidential. Election obviously this being great insecurity since the last. Election in two thousand thirteen separatist rebellion Islamist militancy across the north in what is one of the poorest countries in. The world so there were twenty four candidates eight and a half million registered voters most of them under the age of, twenty five we were talking. Recently with the problems are getting the people who've been displaced. By the violence to vote, as well there's being thousands of security officers deployed. To protect some of the polling stations speaking at a news conference in Bamako president Ibrahim Boubacar caters. Campaign director Bokhary said he didn't believe that the violence had been widespread. It don't say that we we did notice that here and there incidents happened and some violence events believed that these isolated cases which don't call into question the positive evolution security About. Country, and. The satisfaction fortunately Molly things revolving in the right direction that will Joe. Penny, we've spoken to him before on this subject is founder of the news websites based in Bamako he joins us on the line from Asia and he's been following the. Election going in the right direction is that a fair comment would you. Say Joe yeah I would say so because if. You compare it to twenty sixteen municipal elections which a lot of different parts of the north of the country weren't. Able to vote and there were dozens of attacks on security forces this is definitely a step up and so I would, tend to agree with the. Spokesman there when he says that although there were some isolated. Incidents and multi Timbuktu tesla, late there were a number of isolated incidents it. Didn't affect the overall nature of the of the vote right in what stage are we at now The county is ongoing Is ongoing. It started last night normally it takes about two two to three days to. Get first real. Results so we should we should be here, in day or two I suppose with weeping drawing attention to security as an issue in the actual, conduct of the. Elections just given outline how important was security is an issue in the elections or where, the other sort? Of you know what we tend to call. Bread and butter issues also prominent security was the number one issue in terms of what the candidates are running. For the incumbent candidate even Boubacar keta would took over the presidency, in two thousand thirteen and he hasn't really been able to secure large, portions of the country and insecurity has been growing to the. Center in the south so that was the number one issue for a lot of Mollins. Going into the election do you recommend? Looking at a runoff because I think the system is you have to get fifty percent in the first. Round to win, outright I. Only yeah that's correct. You need fifty percent Last time it was there was a runoff and I wouldn't be. Surprised if there, is a. Runoff again this time And this, pit the opposition candidate sue myla probably against Abraham Boubacar, KPI but we we we don't know yet, right obviously not but with a big issue being. Security and so on how. Do they how how would the two let's suppose the to? Go through and we need we need a second, round what kind of ideological water is there between the two, positions, because presumably what there's one, person he'll be saying. I've done my very best on security and somebody else saying well if you vote for me I. Will, do better How can they differ what what, are, they actually different tactics when, it comes to it Yeah well it's basically about who you can go she ate with so the opposition candidate he put out a. Platform that you would have negotiations with a number of groups that Iranian book I wouldn't and then he would focus his efforts. On the center of the country which has been slightly neglected in? Favor of the north so those are the two main differences between EBay is commonly known and wirelessly says platform in terms of. Regarding security that's interesting because we in as a news organization often concentrate on the north as well the situation in the in. The center is is similar different similarly troubling Yeah it's it's similarly troubling it's been happening a couple in the past couple of years. There's a Fulani Melissa group that has been attacking a number of, schools Local government offices the military and so. That, hadn't happened in the. Run-up to the French intervention in two thousand thirteen so that's. That's something that is has been getting worse every every year every month And so that, focus of the conflict hasn't. Really been addressed in the same way that say the conflict in gallon Timbuktu has been. Addressed right gray roundup thank you Joe penny joining us on the line from Asia LA's usually. Based in Bamako running the news website.
BBC, Japan and Cambodia discussed on BBC World Service
"Up, BBC. News with Jerry Smith a powerful earthquake has, killed at least ten people in the central Indonesian, island of Lombok the six point. Four magnitude quake hit? Early in. The morning when many people were sleeping A big storm has had large, parts of western central Japan injuring. At least sixteen people and cutting power, to thousands of homes meteorologists said typhoon John Dory was generating winds of up to one. Hundred and eighty, kilometers an hour when it made landfall on Japan's main island of shoot Israel has released a Palestinian teenager after she served an eight month prison sentence for assaulting. An Israeli, soldier. Tamimi was jailed out of being filmed by her family kicking and slapping a member of the Israeli defense forces the case attracted worldwide attention Qatar is facing allegations that he ran a secret campaign to undermine its rivals during the bidding process for the right to host the football World Cup in two thousand twenty two Britain's Sunday Times newspaper claims PR firms and former CIA agents were used to discredit contrast two main rivals for the tournament Australia and the United States Molly goes to the polls shortly in presidential elections with the countries seeking an end two years of political. And economic instability the seventy three year old incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar, keta one of twenty four candidates is seeking another five-year term Voting is taking place in Cambodia where the Prime Minister Hun Sen. is expected, hold onto power after nearly thirty three, years in office Cambodia's biggest opposition party the p. was forced to disband by the supreme court in November The Turkish president Reggio type out around has accused Washington of engaging in psychological warfare saying Turkey. Will not back down over his treatment of an American clergyman sweet President Trump. Threatened sanctions if Turkey did not release the American pastor BBC news Hi cow time polo crowd science listening to. Crowd science from the BBC Hello listeners and Helo audience Welcome to crowd science from, the BBC World.
"boubacar" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Luke owned by your mouth in less than 10 minutes but this morning new details are merging of how that terrifying rampage unfolded one student saying he encounter the schumer loading up his weapon just before the attack began he said you better get here things are getting it messy authorities say nineteen year old nicholas cruz was heavily armed with a bulletproof vest loads of ammunition in a powerful a are fifteen bought legally a year ago and hidden in a rifle cakes investigators say at 200 six pm wednesday in boubacar picked him up dropping him off at the school at two nineteen at rue21 the suspect enters the eu stairwell one of the buildings then seconds later begin shooting at several classrooms before heading to the second and third floors at around two thirty thirty gunshot at first senior david hawk thought he was a drills similar to one earlier in the day we walk outside with the firoz evacuation zone and on the way there this is the people coming in the opposite direction andersen go back has come in this series i'm just trying to flee dozens of his terrifying classmates he took this cell phone video of the panic moments when they didn't know where the gunman was at two twenty seven investigators say the gunman drops the rifle and backpack and runs down the stairs where he blends in with other students at 250 makes it to walmart where he buys a drink at the subway restaurant inside at 300 one he briefly sits down at a nearby mcdonald's before walking out forty minutes later police arrested without incident we will continue together all information about the subject as we try to identify motives bridging this is boston herald radio as well and we are now on wpro end as well we are a following up on additional details when it comes to this shooter as they pointed out the time line and additional information ones too at times the police had gone to his house apparently they had gone near thirty nine times this is a guy who made it very clear we are she.
"boubacar" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Get forgotten here a video was released of an eleven year old boy abhu a more i'll mauri kneeling down to kiss his father's hand a final blessing before the boy blew himself up in a truck full of explosives so this these are the people that we keep talking about with isis and when obama said you guys are fearful of orphans and widows that is the face of our new enemy an eleven year old boy who literally um he went he detonated this bomb i think he killed thirty to forty different people they're finding also shows that eliminating isis is going to be much more complicated than killing just a leader a boubacar alibaba hardy we're just serving his fighters the only question what to do is to do what they're thousands of people now their supporters whether they be women children or men say we want to admit three year old orphans as political posturing now political posturing what does that exactly me when a father's going to allow a do you have any kids wall for boys okay four voice how do youngest he's fourteen okay fourteen would you allow him to even like get in a car with somebody you'd entrust driving of course okay these people strap bombs on their eleven year olds and say here drive this truck i wouldn't even let the 11yearold drive what if he hit something now this 11yearold is going to go on blowing himself up and kill other i don't care if he wants to kill himself i i know that's a stupid thing to say antichina case do it blood tests of shock value well do you care we'll know if the if there i mean these being raised to be a terrorist one way or the other i guess so well that's the point if this 11yearold didn't kill himself and ed twenty years now your sons in his thirties as kids in his thirties now your son has to.
"boubacar" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"I think it's the missing line in this resume that he has alana championship he has than the credentials to go to the hall of fame as soon as you get the ten years in but he's one of the most accountable guys in the game and but when you look back and start by start in the postseason when he had regular rail or they throughout his era thunder to anything you take out two terrible sartori sort of took a bullet for the pitching step both crime is we are a affect three point three something like that so i think some of it overblown but when you are considered the best record your generation how do we the member bob gibson we don't remember bob gibson for one game he pitched in the in the regular season we remember remember him for what he did in october and that that's part of you know establishing greatness ever be it a series man on hugh on planet earth like us now with bob gives the boubacar fell to yet but it's kershaw it's not even like italy's crime you're from rocket when you go back and look at it is almost like even start by stories inning by inning where don mattingly had taken them out of a couple of those games are possession is completely different yeah that's true in but also some of that was by the time he got to october he was at two hundred twenty two hundred thirty inning and so fatigue is part of it and um i just think the guy last twotime daddy in really good and i think he he's the pitcher again that every other is measured against uh in in among this generation of creatures and if he goes out and throw the eight innings shut out the dino wants to be surprised are rich aga richard dozens of mlb dot com here on the right top now what interesting factor in this series is day robbers the manager the dodgers aj hence the manager the astros heavy particular friendship you tell us a little bit more about that.
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"Of 1 percent now the banks is treading down by t ten of civic hack is trading dow by onetenth of 1 percent i'm going to change something on my screen here and find out what's happening the ibex which pretty much treading in line with the rest of the european peers thereby two tenths of one percent boubacar index a little firmer the john taylor story certainly interesting surrounding bats john taylor seems to be coming to the front of the of the rankings intensive who will replace janet yellen if it's not to be genesee on next picture are the pound is treading a little further this morning in advance of the data us 10year yield two point three matt jim 10 jeb and ten year now you the just point three six while actual movement in the german 10year over the past three sessions it's pretty amazing to watch and may portend investors looking for for more safety let's talk more about what investors should and should be looking for in this economic situation for that we're gonna bring and simon paneuro he's the chief economist as art sorry silent french she's the chief kadhafi has 10year named it gordon i just gave you part of the firm simon thank you mass joining us now in the london studio before we talk about what's going on in the in the european economy let's let's address the us and not only the possibility of reforms from president trump but also the possibility of john taylor as the new fed chair it's made headlines everyone's kind of excited about it as far as bloomberg readers are concerned because of his famous taylor role he's got a little celebrity status what do you think about the possibility of him replacing janet yellen what could be an interesting appointment you mentioned taylor rule i would say take the rules there are a series of tatum rules out there but.
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"Finding that also shows that eliminating isis is going to be much more complicated than killing just a leader a boubacar alabbar hardy or disarming his fighters the only question what to do is to do with the thousands of people now their supporters whether they be women children or men we want her career old orphans let's political posturing now political posturing what does that exactly me when our fathers going to allow a do you have any kids more for voice okay four voice how old's your youngest he's fourteen okay fourteen would you allow him to even like get in a car what somebody you'd entrust driving of course okay these people strap bombs on their eleven year olds and say here drive this truck i wouldn't even let the 11yearold dr what if he hit something here now this 11yearold is going to go on blowing himself up and kill other i don't care if he wants to kill himself i i know that's a stupid thing to say and he's one of shock value well do you care what now if the if there i mean these being raised to be a terrorist one way or the other i guess so well that's the point at this 11yearold didn't kill himself and and twenty years now your sons in his theories as kids in his thirties now your son has to deal with this animal rights been brought up thinking that it's okay k to go and bomb people and kill people and like the video we saw last week they had the little kids too little isis kids chopping off the heads of teddy bears because one other adorable but he too you have to train doing something i mean kids through the door and this things over there they decapitate peoples and got him it was an unused hasbro commercial when we finally subjugate these people one of the things we should do is force them to shorten the names for for news purple you shouldn't have to read that.
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"Boy blew him so if open a truck full of explosives so this these are the people that we keep talking about with isis and when obama said you guys are fearful of orphans and widows that is the face of our new enemy an eleven year old boy who literally he went he detonated this bomb i think he killed thirty to forty two from people there are finding also shows that eliminating isis is going to be much more complicated than killing just a leader a boubacar alibaba hardy or disarming his fighters the only question what to do is to do with the thousands of people now their supporters whether they be women children or men we want a three year old orphans let's political posturing now political posturing what does that exactly me when a is going to allow a do you have any gets more for voice okay four voice how do youngest he's fourteen okay fourteen would you allow him to even like get in a car what somebody you didn't trust driving of course okay these people strap bombs on their eleven year olds and say here drive this truck i wouldn't even let the 11yearold dr what if he hit something here now this 11yearold is going to go on blowing himself up and kill other i don't care if he wants to kill himself i i know that's a stupid thing to say now he's trying to do it let us of shock value well do you care what no if the if there i mean these being raised to be a terrorist one way or the other i guess so well that's the point at this 11yearold didn't kill himself and twenty years now your sons in his thirties as kids in his thirties now your son has to deal with this animal rents been brought up thinking that it's okay to go and bomb people and kill people and like the video we saw last week they had the little kids too little isis kids chopping off the heads of teddy bears because of a durable but two you have to train doing something i mean kids through.
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"Truck full of explosives so this these are the people that we keep talking about with isis and when obama said you guys are fearful of orphans and widows that is the face of our new enemy an eleven year old boy who literally um he went he detonated this bomb i think he killed thirty to forty different people there are finding that also shows that eliminating isis is going to be much more complicated than killing just a leader a boubacar alibaba hardy we're disarming his fighters the only question what to do is to do what the thousands of people now their supporters whether they be women children or men we want to admit three year old orphans let's political posturing now political posturing what does that exactly me when a father is going to allow a do you have any kids more four boys okay four boys how how old you youngest he's fourteen okay fourteen would you allow him to even like get in a car with somebody you didn't trust driving of course okay these people strap bombs on their 11yearold and say here drive this truck i wouldn't even what the 11yearold dr what if he hit something here now this 11yearold is going to go on blowing himself up and kill other i don't care if he wants to come south i i know that's a stupid thing to say and each one occasional to deal with lots of shock value well do you care what now if they if there i mean these being raised to be a terrorist one way or the other i guess so well that's the point if this will have your didn't kill himself and and twenty years now your sons in his theories as kids in his thirties now your son has to deal with this animal it's been brought up thinking that it's okay k to go and bomb people and kill people and like the video we saw last week they will have the little kids too little isis kids chopping off the heads of teddy bears because one other adorable but he too you have to train doing something i mean kids through the door and his things over there they decapitate peoples and on it was an unused hasbro commercial when we finally subjugate these people one of the things we should do is force them to.
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"When asked what he could do to right the ship he said it's been sailing just fine again i take issue with that i think the the ship is going to go chip is going in the right direction i think we've gotta just radio signal that direction very very clearly um i liked the team on me rephrase that i love the team's garbage he said the administration and will continue to call out news organizations for reporting that is considered to be faulty or biased the veteran wall street financier also said he has empathy for reporters he also heaped praise on white house press secretary sean spicer who will exit the white house at the end of august former rnc chairman michael steele says that was knows surpri hiv his sort of flow move with all that our faith over the last few weeks for the tell fell five uh that uh at least he was thinking about making it changed and i think the the boubacar mucci you feel that deal elsewhere in washington special counsel robert muller once the white house to preserve any documents about donald trump juniors meeting with a russian attorney cnn is reporting good muller said a documents preservation request to the white house jared kushner and then campaign chief paul manafort were also at the meeting kushner is president trump's soninlaw trump jr has said the meeting turned out to be nothing and was a waste of time this day department is slapping new travel risk directions on us citizens heading to north korea a statement sites mounting concerns over the serious risk of arrest and longterm detention on wall street today stocks closed the week lowered today dow jones industrials ended the day thirty two points lower at twenty one thousand five eighty and some five hundred was down one point and the nasdaq lost two points on the day you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio traffic moving better around an earlier crash westbound ninety six clear view of slavery for 100 them go of a wreck six.
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"Tessa the daughter dude alien abduction told you know what i was like if the rest of this movie takes place space a plus yeah we've been waiting for that we were talking about that last time delays there cannot forget space yup i don't why i've seen what what transformers due to buildings i really have gotten that far have you seen were trends warmers can do to chinese building you might fear i just crazy afterward oh yes lemme asteroids something that you would have been even space building would be fine spill the games so we're office park what i love though is that like this movie almost does it because lock down like gets to space and these like wait a minute what was that oh great now we have to turn around and the movie literally turns around and goes back to earth boubacar there's so much going on and locked in ship are we find out everyone infiltrates the thing the rescue optimis prime who we find out by the way as been alluded to that you it's not just a robot yup wanted night yeah oh shit allied of what i dunno i don't know there's just a bunch of fund swords farting around events spaceship though it never explained did anyone else i mean i i paid as much of attention inequities called the last night and apparently hanging out with king arthur i led to believe or a portion of the film by now a couple of weeks all those stupid swords to it's like a show they shot him you think aga those are giant robot swords whenever and then all of a sudden mark wahlberg.
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"So we're gonna get to all that coming up the class the claim from by the way the kospi juries deadlocked at the judge said get back in there and keep working on this was a modest this man you know i tweeted yesterday i think still true the this staying away this a close to bin that's sleeping well in their hotel room so as this suggests they ask caused me for something they'll help good nicely come on now but the thought they would they couldn't reach verdict and good job at a linda fierstein she i think she may have been right if the when she was on a couple of days ago she says if they don't get the guilty backed by the end of today that being a couple of days ago than are not get it at all turns out the next day they did come back and said we can't reach a verdict and the judge said debec in their go this case again this woman continued to see bill after that night this is not about the fifty women when you when you say hockey not be guilty this is not about the fifty women it's about this one particular how would storm look alike and the fact this she kept seeing of the woods and so in this case it is very easy to see what he would get off again so to speak the planes elaborate this evening thanks but a lot proton said with a lot of people are not not promoted fake it's a class action sort of a you know criminal trial that is true and some are tired of somebody about it yesterday wasn't following an and didn't realize was only the one right one woman you're right the dark so the hitler did just roku on this baghdadi stuff albeque datia boubacar alba doughty what the russians are saying is that there was an airstrike very late last month late may and it was in outside araca in syria and he was supposed to have been in this area according to their intelligence with other senior isis commanders may twenty eighth and they targeted a meeting they were holding on the outskirts of rocket and killed about thirty midlevel leaders about three hundred other fighters and the leader of isis abu bakar alba dottie the the russian say have been killed.
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"Washington special counsel robert muller is reportedly investigating the finances and business dealings with president trump's soninlaw the washington post reports the investigation into jared kushner's business dealings is part of the probe into any russian interference in the 2016 presidential election doctors say the movies e on a congressman wounded during wednesday's attack by gunmen on a baseball practice session remains in critical condition but has shown improvement representative steve scalise shot in the left hip surgery yesterday meanwhile the charity congressional baseball game was held last night in national spark in a video message before the event president trump said the game is a show of strength i know you all be playing extra heart tonight for steve we pray for all of the victims of this terrible cry the russian military is trying to verify intelligence vetted killed the leader of the islamic state group in an air strike in syria the ministry said today that a boubacar elbak naughty could be among other senior group commanders killed in the attack french voters will elect their parliament on sunday going into the second round of the legislative election a party of president macron looks set for a landslide bloomberg's rapist viscose has more sowing suspend sunday night insist how big a majority emmanuel macron's political movement will win and parliament's polls which men pretty accurate so far suggests will control more than four hundred out of the five hundred and seventy seven seats in the national assembly opponent for months ago were mocking the chances that a political neophyte like micron could win both the presidency and the national assembly are now reduced to warning that so much power in the hands of one man could be dangerous gregory discu the bloomberg daybreak paris huabo news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg john thank you michael to aid time now for the bloomberg nbc sports update brought to you by investors bank is rubbish good morning john that the anc he's is not very often they out hit an opponent lose in fact sixteen base hits weren't enough as he as rallied to walk off new york eight seven in ten innings out west bank he's originally spotted opening.