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Fresh update on "camara" discussed on BBC World Service
"Camara. Sammy, you hear BBC news Hour throughout the week, But news breaks at the weekend to the state media has announced that martial law we found a group of families who just walked through the bush to safety. This is very scary moment for a lot of young people. Nobody was quite sure where this had come from. Stay connected. Count on news hour from the BBC Saturday and Sunday afternoons at four on 93.9 FM and AM a 20 W N. Y C. Still to come on the forum more on the story of how the Panama Canal was built, and the impact it made when it was opened in 1914 on the outside world and on Panama itself. What life was like in the American controlled Canal Zone. How it's changed since the canal was handed over to Panama in 1999 and looking ahead will this era of global warming affects the future of the canal? We'll all be back after the news. BBC News with MORAL Alderson six months after seizing power, the head of the Burmese military government General Min Anhang, has promised to hold multiparty elections within two years. He described the party he ousted from office and San Souci is National League for Democracy as extremists. Myanmar has been engulfed by violence since the army took control. Kandahar airport in southeastern Afghanistan has been closed after two rockets hit the runway. The attack on the airport comes amid a continuing Taliban offensive against the Afghan government. Militants are also attacking the cities of Herat and Lashkar gar. The Saudi government has decreed that from today, people must be fully vaccinated against coronavirus in order to enter shops, businesses and to use public transport. The Interior Ministry said that being vaccinated was mandatory to enter all places in all regions of the kingdom. Cambodia's to offer a third booster Covid vaccine shot to frontline health workers mixing vaccines to offer maximum maximum immunity. New Zealand's Prime minister Jacinda Ardern has given a formal apology for dawn raids that targeted Pacific Islander immigrants after 1974 wildfires, fueled by high temperatures are sweeping through Greece, Turkey and Lebanon, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of villages in the region. Six people have died in southern Turkey. Coast Guard vessels rescued holidaymakers near the city of Manavgat on Saturday. Nearly 60 forest fires have broken out in Greece. YouTube has banned Sky News Australia from uploading material for seven days because of misinformation in the broadcasters coronavirus coverage. The online platforms said numerous offending videos had been removed in accordance with policies designed to prevent the spread of views that could cause real world harm. Sky News. Australia has denied the claim. And said it took its commitments seriously. BBC News This is the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Bridget Kendall. And today we're finding out more about the history of the Panama Canal. It was a spectacular waterway built in Central America to slice a continent into Canal created by cutting through the isthmus of Panama, the thin strip of land between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans to open up new trading routes across the world. The construction project, led by the United States lasted 10 years and involved the work of thousands of laborers. But what was the human cost of this remarkable enterprise? I'm joined from Panama by Dr Mavericks, a lasso and from the United States by professors Julie Green and Paul Sutter. And by the way, if you'd like to listen again to this program or hear about other topics.
Guinea Pulls out of Tokyo Olympics, Citing Coronavirus
"Guinea's minister of sports blame the corona virus and its variants for dropping out it means no Olympics for five athletes from Guinea including thought tomato your re camara a freestyle wrestler what I did is he tells the AP the question I ask myself is why his Guinea decided not to participate in the Olympic Games on the grounds of the corona virus when the organizing country like Japan has been canceled these games because of this sickness a team from Guinea has gone to the Olympics eleven times and has never won a medal North Korea is the only other country to pull out of Tokyo also because of the corona virus I'm a Donahue
"camara" Discussed on The Moth
"And after here's nyla live at the monitor okay. So two summers ago. I was on my way to summer camp and this wasn't going to be my first time. It's actually my six time. But it was the first time that i was coming late so i had to get picked up from the airport from camp counselor so i get directed into this white van and there in the counselor tells me that another kid is going to be joining us and i later found out that his name is benny and that he is so cute. I immediately develop the biggest crush on him. He has this scruffy blonde hair and he's cracking me up the whole ride there and i don't know if i'm just laughing because what he's saying is funny or because i'm like trying to be flirty but either way i get to camp and immediately. Everyone knows that. I have a crush on benny so inevitably a couple days later. He finds out to when my friend tells him in he responds. I'm not really interested or attracted to black girls so you can imagine what that would do to a thirteen year. Old girls confidence. I felt so ugly. I remember running into the mirror and looking at myself and seeing that the new hampshire shut son had fried my curly hair and my skin had gotten so dark. And i thought that was beautiful but i guess it wasn't and i was so confused and i said i felt so ugly so last summer i decided to take a leap of faith and go to barcelona for a month on a spanish immersion program and my brother had done it before so i knew a little bit about it. But he had gone with a friend. And i wasn't going to be going with a friend so i get there and i'm sitting in this place called elma patch which is in the basement of the residency. And it's where everyone hangs out so we're all just hanging out there and this one girl comes down the stairs and i kind of recognized her from instagram because she also goes to school in new york city and she introduces herself to me as cozy and then another girl who sits to my left. Her name is emmy and she's from los angeles so the three of us just immediately become the three musketeers. The whole summer and emmys white. She's from los angeles in cozy described herself to me as being black. No cream no sugar. So that's when. I knew that we were going to be best friends so we just went on these random adventures so naturally when we heard about this cliff in barcelona where you can see the whole entire city we were like we have to go so we travel an hour and a half bus ride and like weird hike up cliff and we're looking at of all on all of the city and it's so beautiful and these three guys walk up to us one blonde one brunette in one redhead and we later find out that their australian because of their accent and they're all weirdly muscular. And we they they tell us that that's because they play rugby super league australian rugby league so four and so cute like oh my god so cozy in the blond guy really hit it off. He was the cutest hughes doing her thing flipping her hair. She's very outgoing and very gregarious. I mean and just watching on like looking at the whole interaction in amazement. So he was like. Oh we should exchange snapchat. Let's hang out one day. She was like oh. Yeah definitely we should. So when we get back to the residency we to cozy the ground rules. Because we're sixteen. These guys are probably in their twenty s. We're in a foreign country. They're strangers so we were like when we meet him at the hostel a couple of days from now we're going to be a couple blocks behind you the whole way just like keeping an eye on you so nothing goes wrong. And she was like okay. Yeah that sounds great. So the day arrives in. We're at this guys will and he comes down the elevator and he says a very polite. Hello to me an emmy but really. He's just staring at cozy the whole time. Somehow she already has him wrapped around her fingers so they're walking in. The streets are super busy but tell each other that as long as we look at her big poofy bun. We're gonna be fine so we're walking. We're staring at the bond where staring at the bun and the buns gone. And i turned her and she knows the is gone because her face is bright red and to think about with the consequences of losing our sixteen year old friend with a twenty year old stranger in a foreign country. in which we don't speak the language would be so we decided to just go back to the hostile and wait it out because casinos that she needs to be back at ten thirty so thankfully she strolls in at ten thirty and the guy says a very polite goodbye to again but he just staring at cozy the whole time and they share a little kiss and he goes back upstairs and so. We're waiting for the bus outside. The hostile and i are just dying to hear the details of the date. How did it go to go. And she was like okay. Calm down calm down. It went really great. And you're like okay. We'll tell us a little bit more. And she turns to us and shed. He called me beautiful. And i was like. Oh what do you mean. And she was like he looked at me and said i think everything about you so beautiful. I think your hair is so beautiful and emmy was like. Oh that's so sweet. But she didn't get it because at this point i'm on my knees in the middle of the street crying my eyes out just bawling and i don't stop until i'm in bed at the residency because it wasn't that i needed a white guy to tell a black girl that she was beautiful to believe it. It was the fact that she thought nothing of it. Like yeah i know. I am and i'm always going to be black with a little bit of cream and i will always gonna be rocking my own big poofy bun and my perceived beauty isn't going to be despite my blackness is going to be because of all of me which includes that thank you..
"camara" Discussed on The Moth
"The nurse walked in and handed me my daughter. She was wrapped tightly in those hospital blanket. You know the one with the red and blue stripes. I drew near to me. Put her close to my chest. I wanted to share my warmth with her. She was so small yet yet so beautiful. I immediately looked for her fingers. And i took my pinky and wrapped around hers and i just held her and then it hit me that i'm actually a mother me of all people. I still have much growing up to. Can i take care of this being this gift that god has given me. My daughter looked up at me. And i saw how vulnerable. She was in that moment completely dependent on me of people. Got me thinking about my first run. Moment bought me to third grade in third grade. I was super nerdy. You can argue that. Maybe i still. I loved rainbow colors sweaters and one. Pc jobs and high water pants. I was definitely my flow. I love school. I love school because school brought me. Poetry brought me words. Make third grade teacher. I should with me Poetry poems could bring you you know loving school in you know it was where i was the most comfortable. It was where. I felt that i could be my full self and naturally because of that i was definitely a teacher. It's pat. I love running erin from a teacher. You know doing whatever they wanted being in good graces. There was a regular day. And i was running another one of the orange from a teacher. She acting me to deliver a stack of papers to a nearby on teacher. Couple of doors down. I enter into the classroom. And i hand over on the stack of papers to miss it. The classroom is bustling kozaru. Talking there is a big group of students in the back of the classroom seated on rag. I am on my way out. I'm about to leave when. Suddenly i hear a shout across the room. She is so ugly. And i just stood there. In that moment i felt her words creep into my skin and i froze. I don't really remember much of what happened. I just remember me leaving the classroom. I remember my walk back to my own class the hallway. It was so so big. I felt so small so alone. All i heard was ugly. Repeating repeating repeating the silence with deafening. There was nobody there to to counter that her words followed me day. Followed me everywhere. I went when i looked into the mirror. Were my job. there were there. There was staring back at me. They're remarking meter. Were laughing at me. I believe they were true. Because i believe that if she had the audacity to yelled out across the room and nobody said anything she within the right years later many many years later i still i still could shake it. I will see her words. Pop up everywhere. I went but i decided that i needed to confront her. I needed to face on head on. I needed to confront her. In the only way that i knew how and that was through poetry. That was through words and so i am on stage. I am in front of an audience and there was a mirror in front of me. And i m performing. My poem called third grade. I say let go let go of the girl in third grade. Let go of the mirrors. You don't like let go if you don't love yourself. Nobody else can. And in that moment it hit me. I am beautiful and i took my pen and i rewrote it the mirror and cross that with her words and i put a period where i said you are beautiful and it was okay of no one affirmed. It was okay if no one said anything after that it as long as i said it for myself. That's what mattered. I did it. I finally face the girl in third grade. Many many years away from the hospital seen my daughter. And i have gotten older but i still find every day to tara. She's beautiful. I tell her every morning just the way i did the day she was born. I tell her she is beautiful. Because i want to fill up with words with beautiful words for that. She ever had a third grade moment like mine. They won't cut so deeply. My daughter is two years old now. She the sassy little one full of huge personality and she loved to get dressed. Schumer is beautiful african close. And i want her to stay that way. I love her for who she is. Occasionally occasionally show get dressed and show come stand in front of me. Mommy am i beautiful. And i'll scooper up and i'll put it on my lap and i will put her head next to my chest and hold her just the way i did when she was born even though she burger now and she tries to squirm away from me. I look for her pinky. A little bit more bigger now. And i put it next to mine and i hold it and i look into her almond shaped eyes and i tell her mama. You are beautiful just the way you are thank.
"camara" Discussed on The Moth
"You today. Both deal with some of the first interactions or storytellers had with beautyrest on beds and the ramifications that had for them. It got me thinking about a moment. From my own childhood. I entered my first pageant at nine years old. When i was living in jamaica it was never explicitly called a beauty pageant. Although i'm sure that word was thrown in there somewhere but it was never really that for me. I really had no idea what beauty even was. At that point the pageant for me was more like a talent show where you got to wear your casual shorts and sing the song you light and when i decided i wanted to do it. My whole community got involved. My mother was an english teacher at the local high school and the class helped me memorize my talent song and my brother took care of showing me to walk in my patent leather mary. Jane's the day of the show. They all showed up and watch me take home the big prize at the end of the night and it really was a great feeling. The boys went hollering through the streets. On won't my grandmother up to taylor. Great news and i went home with my gifts as i unwrap to them. One by one. I discovered porcelain and plastic dolls with blonde hair and blue eyes. That looked nothing like me this moment in my life. Raise a lot of questions for me. The message wasn't explicit but after working so hard on something and receiving these dolls as prizes. The message was clear and loud to me or to storytellers this week. Reveal their own journeys in the world of beauty images and statements or first storyteller is could kamara. Could judge told the story at a virtual moth community showcase this past december. The theme of the night was point of no return. Could you tell the story from her living room so while you might not hear the audience know that we were. All cheering are on from home. Here's squeegee live.
Brees, Saints pull away late for 21-9 playoff win over Bears
"Drew Brees threw for two touchdowns and Alvin Kamara ran for ninety nine yards and a score in the seats twenty one nine victory over the bears Brees tossed an eleven yard TD pass to Michael Thomas to open the scoring he later connected with Latavius Murray for a six yard score late in the third quarter shortly after the bears committed a neutral zone infraction on fourth and three at the Chicago thirteen we're good on third down today you know I felt like we were able to do that well even super long situations were just found out what you guys were able to get first downs but the guys up front until I do a great job against really good pass rush camara made it twenty one to three with a one yard run midway through the fourth quarter the saints kept the bears out of the end zone until Mitchell Trubisky hit Jimmy Graham for a TD as time expired I'm Dave Ferrie
Kamara's 6 TDs tie NFL record; Saints beat Vikings 52-33
"Alvin Kamara finished with a career high one hundred fifty five yards rushing and an NFL record tying six touchdowns as the state's rip the Vikings fifty two thirty three great I am equal the single game to the record set by hall of fame full back Ernie Nevers in nineteen twenty nine for the Chicago cardinals I'm not focused on personalized those yards and stuff like that as long as you know has acceptance of personal success will come camara sprinted for a forty yard touchdown on the game's opening drive and added five more TV's inside the Minnesota seven the eleven for saints never punted and piled up five hundred eighty three total yards the most ever by a Vikings opponent I'm Dave very
"camara" Discussed on Empact Mindset
"To get you solve a problem when you bring your house to get out when your effort to get when you pull in your resources unskilled together. You actually create an environment where everyone within the community gain. Yep yep rather than just saying that it is just my skill. I would have to deal with that myself. in inverted selfish kind of week. One of the things that i've realized Working annoy nonprofit organizations or community organizations is usually the lock or professionalism or rather the absence of the desire to do things professionally and It's something that you notice. What can we ought organizations that you really have to sort of bring that in in in your in your very unique way themselves How'd why let them the. That's say simple things like being on time for appointment for example. That sort of thing is important because while things on realizations is that even those indicate Sector wanna get involved with nonprofit organization. Seems model less to relax. The estimates as it's been the organization working with the community organization's. Oh yeah absolutely all the time all the time and a one point i you just get frustrated rights like dude. I learned this in the corporate setting. This is what i'm doing all the time. It it works right please. It will hop off like to get somewhere to move better than where we are today. not again not everybody in this have like the sam Professional like a skill or expertise experience right is different and like yeah giving an example like time. I will be indies facing. Come up like a really this elaborate strategy in how to goal win. Molefe reach the goal. What thin that we need to do like five three if you know like three or four five tanks to do and you finish explaining all people good night we are not gonna do that like blatantly an for the simple reason that you just like somehow when you. It's not about what he's saying. But the way you saying it.
Saints overcome Brees injury, beat 49ers 27-13
"Alvin Kamara scored three times in the New Orleans defense largely stifled San Francisco to help the state security one E. seven thirteen victory over the forty Niners camara scored two touchdowns late in the second quarter and added a fourth quarter run that put the saints ahead twenty seven ten drew Brees was pulled at halftime with a rib injury after passing for just seventy six yards and one touchdown the Niners had little success against the saints second ranked run defense getting just forty nine yards on the ground New Orleans approved a seven into the Niners are four and six I'm Dave Ferrie
Obama hits the trail for Biden in Pennsylvania
"Will joe and Carmela at the helm you're not gonNa have to think about the crazy things they said every day. and. That's worth a lot. You're not going to have to argue about them every day. It just won't be so exhausting. That was President Barack Obama in Philadelphia today campaigning for Joe Biden Camara's President Obama spoke in ways we've heard before about his respect and deep friendship with Joe. Biden. Saying that his vice president Joe Biden made him a better president. But president trump spoke very pointedly. About the current president in a way that we have not heard before. This was just reported in the last forty eight hours. We know that he continues to business with China. Because he's got a secret Chinese bank. Account. How is that possible? How is that possible secret Chinese back Calcutta listen. Can you imagine if I had a secret Chinese bank account? When I was running for reelection. You. Thank you. Thank you. Thank Fox News might have been a little concerned about that. They would have called me Beijing. It is not a great idea. To have a president who owns a bunch of money to people overseas. That's not a good idea his first year in the White House. The only paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income tax. Listen my first job was at a baskin Robbins. When I was that. I think I'm. GonNa. Pay. More taxes. Working at A. Dispensing ice cream. How is that possible? How many people here paid less than that President Obama spoke at a driving rally where the audience remained in their cars the event observed all of the CDC guidelines for social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic unlike Donald Trump President Obama made it very clear that he was very happy to be back in Pennsylvania. A No The president spent some time in Erie last night. Apparently he complained about having a travel here many. Events, Short poor guy. I don't feel that way I love coming to Pennsylvania. You guys delivered for me twice and I. Am back here tonight to ask you to deliver the White House Joe. Biden Kamla Harris. He's right. The president of the United States actually did go to Erie Pennsylvania last night to win votes and then complained to his audience. In Erie Pennsylvania that he had to go to Iraq Pennsylvania, to win votes because of the plague. Donald. Trump said before the plague came in I had it made I wasn't coming to Erie. Honest. There was no way I was coming I didn't have to. President Obama. Responded to that today. Eight months into this pandemic cases are rising again across this country. Donald trump isn't suddenly going to protect all of us. He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself. Just, last night e complained up an area that the pandemic made him. Go back to work I'm quoting here. He was he was upset with the pandemics. made him go back to work. If he'd actually been working time, it never would have gotten this. So. Here's the truth. I want to be honest here this pandemic would have been challenging for any. President. But this idea that somehow this White House has done anything but completely screw this up is just not true. I'll give you a very specific example career identified at first case at the same time that the United States. At the same time. Their per capita death toll is just one point three percent of what ours is. In Canada is just thirty nine percent of what ours is. Other countries are still struggling with the pandemic, but they're not doing as bad as we are because they've got a government that's actually been paying attention when asked if he'd do anything differently. Trump said not much. Not much. Nothing, you can think of that could have helped some people keep their loved ones alive. Joe's now going to screw up testing. He's not GonNa Call Scientists Idiots. He's not going to host a super spreader event at the White House.
Ibrahim Kamara on Photography as a Powerful Force for Change
"Something about your work very distinctive about your work is your and I? Think it might. It imagined in a funny way? It would be quite useful when you locked and you'll force to. Use what's around you I? Mean I'm thinking of something like A. You did the cover of Lunch in magazine? Animated Cram at of Pastor. And that is the Solo project that I could imagine. Desperate parents sanctum children. You know you see what it Camara did on the cover of that magazine with a packet of pastor. I challenge you children to make a crown out of this. I mean it the the beauty, the elegance and the ingenuity. Turning a packet of into crime. I mean that's that's locked down, thank. Many was it was fun to do with Paulo film? You know who who are love so much. But also I. I was running Freetown's poll family, so we didn't really have late. You know like TV. I didn't really know much about pop culture so I kinda had to dream, and just imagine things, and and I will feel sometimes I'm still like a four year old in in my mind, but you know nothing is really strange. I can just make. An anything I. Think of an and that's the way I kinda approach away style like if I can't have that look I'm going to have to just make something else, and and and that's the way I think I. Don't I I don't like when people tell me. It's not possible I think even even with my team I. think that's the one where we don't really use what together. It's not possible. We tried to just go for it and like find anything to make things happen. And I just dream a lot. I think I. And I and I never want US agreement I. Think I think I. Think when when you grow up. E You Kinda have to stop, but but I don't WanNa. Stop I want one. Just keep that going and see how far I can get away
"camara" Discussed on Blazing Trails
"Welcome back to blazing trails. I'm Michael Repo from salesforce studios. A global pandemic does not discriminate. So why is it disproportionately affecting some groups more than others in today's roundtable style episode? We're joined by CEO OF REFORM ALLIANCE AND CNN, contributor Van Jones family, physician and epidemiologist Dr Cameron Jones and senior editor at Fortune, Ellen, mcgirt to discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on African, American. American and minority communities our guest discuss how this inequality isn't the result of a bias disease. It's the result of systematic inequalities in our economic education and healthcare systems. They offer insights into how business leaders can work to level the playing field by prioritizing diversity as they re imagined the workplace in a cove world, and now all handed over to our host Ebony back with. I've watched this crisis unfold. I've been filled with so many emotions and just as many questions like. Why does this continue to happen to us? How do we make it stop? Really? What can I do to make real change? And you know in order to get to these answers? We have to talk about the hard stuff and we really have to speak the truth. which is exactly what we're going to do today, so we thought about bringing you. This curated our what I really wanted to bring you. The voices of the experts I trust the most in the midst of this chaos crisis, so I am very excited to. To be joined by the very powerful voices of Dr Camara Jones Ellen, mcgirt and Van Jones welcome to you all, thank you so much for being here and really thank you for being my voices of truth amidst all best now I know you all have a lot to say so. We're GONNA die right in and get started Dr. Jones I want I want to start with you. You know for many years. You have been helping this nation really name racism. You've been doing it by telling powerful stories. allegories in parables and I was wondering if there's a short one that you'd be able to share with us today. Oh, thank you love me. I would love to because I think it's important for all of us to name racism, and to recognize that it's not only foundational in our nation's history, but it's alive and well, and it's revealed in all of its starkness by the covid nineteen pandemic, but it's also revealed in our infant mortality, maternal mortality,.
"camara" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Great track when I hear the camara read but I don't take your eye off the ball in that is the fact that the list is going on today the top three TV theme songs of all time Bonnie Jill started off strong wrong with Mr read fame and Dallas markets came in representing the kiddos out there with TLC sing in Nickelodeon's all that the blues the quick ship el show open those good and then of course the the lock of locks fresh prince of Bel Air and then and then copes coming in with a very obscure show called recess that was I think it's for kids are a for my age I don't think it's obscure but it's a Saturday morning cartoon that would've been beyond you guys yeah right it did have a heavy Hogan's heroes influence on it on that pretty heavy yeah and then coax coming in with the always recognizable law in order to to to to to and then where did where I'll discuss gonna go number one no survivor did in fact hopes even this morning at five fifty nine this morning with the three hour finale tonight I said he coaxes I said listen I'm gonna blow the surprise I imagine survivors gonna be on your top three and he said bro let's just blow it open right now I said can you sing it coax in coax you dead right we got it yeah we got it public coast cue it up a little I was pretty surprised actually morning I thought it was impressive bunnies or what you think of it yeah I thought a good image that we see okay got you all motivated and you know one of the songs that gets you all and do it right if you want to do something or go out and you know and explore you want to go and stand on it I stand on a stick in an ocean for like six hours right sweat pouring down your head okay well looks at her even though the cops robbers around the treasure chest you could find itself up we did find it I spoke to of.
Batouly Camara: Awakening in purpose
"A young athlete. I would say the bars set pretty high. The first time I ever saw women play Played on old boy. Seen when I start playing basketball I was introduced to the game by woman but the first game I ever went to the WNBA GAME. Sounds like me so it was like Here in our from probably one hour thing and all girl play Basketball Naseen. Hulo Professional League ignorance is bliss so I would say it was definitely suggests reach my potential. I don't think I ever really said I saw WNBA. I loved it but I think it was to work to kind of reach mile potential with my biggest goal. At that moment I started ages twelve to two things on that day for you said the retail potential. You know so at eight to twelve. What did that look real? Potential potential. Just Matt being at the peak of of my career because when I went to the game what I loved the most was the diversity I saw a core and how every body and just being a young inquisitive curious kid I went from seeing Kia Vaughn. Who's like six five to like? Leilani Melanie Mitchell. Like you know five six. And she's fine with two nasty and I'm like they're not the same but they've all kind of reached their potential in some way. Some regard are now that I'm older Still playing still working on their craft. But at that moment it wasn't about comparison is about personal growth. But once you reach your personal growth you can then get to. The highest level is a lot so when you have the game like I want to be on that day I wanNA share the court in. I WANNA know papillon whatever may be. How do you think I'm GonNa go achieving that it was just this sense of actually had a podcast with my coach? Taught me how to make like a a layup as you say you just have this kind of hunger about you and again. It was just as curiosity. I didn't know I didn't know any of those players didn't know anyone at that level but I just remember how much it it bugged me inside. We know nights where would turn. And I didn't know who go to our coaches at that point in a you in Eugene was so far away but they really allow me to focus on day to day. So that's why did I focused on the day to day and just really just trying to put in as much work as I can control. Though I've learned from like the guests every on that lobby will have today on idolized. You know that might become emulate their game. You Watch like I WANNA learn their moves. It was definitely I say growing up Having older brother the account and learn about the men's game so my brother loved Hakeem he always talked about him. Entering accused dream. You know growing up in a Muslim household. You know the keenest fate than what he stood for. That was initial draw but as I became more fan in sunny if it works that he accused Work in all the grades he's taught than us aren't look more about women in my more and I just remember watching 'em in the final four in little wayne was on the sideline and it was kind of this weird thing where I just loved jives and she just seemed like she's having so much fun with it. Saudi young age I WANNA. I played really admired economy. Idle and at. What point did you think like you? I'm pretty good at this ball like I can. May I have a channel teaching my potential never after like it's definitely a journey but I would say probably junior year high school? I remember walking into? We have open gym. You know humor coaches come in at that point. I was out of okay you know. Tunisia was okay. And we walk in and we have over. I want to say twenty five college coaches and these are just hide the coaches so he has stanford that day Yukon. We had Kentucky all in this building and it was about five of my teammates. Three of us. Who ARE REALLY GOING TAB? The one and so it was kind of surreal feeling as a young kid but one that didn't take lightly. I was nervous. You know I wanted to be good. You WanNa why to perform It was kind of in that moment whereas like all Kayla avalon way to go. But we're taking baby steps now to what kept you grounded Theme like Kentucky is the part that really ongoing even kill. What kind of help you day. You know that it always more than technology do more. I would definitely say the people. I was surrounded by they even from a young age like for example when I was fourteen. That's what I went to Blair Academy and that's Kinda where really developed my skills who I am was a person and one of my teammates. Her name is bridget and a net. Infamy this core group seniors who just had great might. You were now walking into the gym and for me. I was a freshman. I was good. You not do it I wanNA and they shut it down. Bridget graduated top of her class at West. Point so talk about someone with discipline and so she was just very adamant about the process and they will get every day for six. Am workouts on. Like talk to me if I did it and say you know you need to be there so constantly always telling me you've never arrived at his journey and my mentor. The same way. Schnee saying you know you've never robbed it journey in their quick to say you know this which means getting better on With celebrate knee. But also telling me what I need to do better. You never arrive there. The journey That deep at the can take value from two. You know just that you can always return another level. He Never GonNa GonNa read them mountaintop. Yes absolutely yeah so when Tom Day. Chew that college could you? You know you were a one Top Not by one or two on the team so they wanna give you ever that. That's really what you're like number two I in the shooting school you know. How did you go about that first? Half that it was an interesting process and to me. The recruiting process started off trae stressful. You have all these great schools you know. I used to just pray guy. God is Doin' in options. The options were there so I was super fortunate to have that because I would live in. I was in the same room with somebody who didn't even know if they're going to get a scholarship. So that can be Ground level headed but I did enjoy the process because I was thankful for thankful to get to know coaches so pretty early on. I create a pros and cons. I created questions. I asked each coach. How far wants to go? If distance even mattered if conference matter at the time. That didn't matter to me. And so from the merits my top five. It's my top two which was Kentucky and Uconn and I remember taking a visit early in Yukon and then taking a visit to Kentucky about may NFL. At that time I was exhausted. I my one official visit but I was exhausted with the process house. Like I'm completely over. This and I may great connections with Girls Kentucky with the coaching staff Mafia comfortable. So at that point and not sadness so that way you kind of felt the exact same way you can. I guess it was there in front of me if fell right at the moment and so cast okay. I'm going into my senior year of a you and I didn't want to have to choose a wine to be solidified before seeing junior year because at the time that's when they first changed a rule so I wanted to be committed by senior year I was died. I didn't want the pressure anymore and committed end so that was an interesting process so again now the pros and cons list talking to coaches distance cannot into consideration. The one came down that pros and cons What kind of look like for me. Family is everything and people say that lightly but I wanted somewhere where I was going to be there for four years and my biggest fear was transferred out one life. I wanted to make the perfect decision. I wanted a place where players came back growing up A lot of places and I've learned I've learned now what it really means to come back in Soviet with access comeback. Why they don't why they do. Because you can be on the team with twelve people in. Everyone has drastically different experiences. But I really wanted somewhere where a majority of the players came back. I wanted a place with rich history. Not just a yeah. We're GONNA Iran this conference but rich like Deep Kentucky history. You know I love that you call history at WanNa tradition. I felt that was important. Especially after coming for Blair Academy being able to see a loan to connect with them. I love that that was huge to me player development players who play like me who look like me And how they developed over time and again just that relationship piece so two that to me again with academics being able to holistic route players. Who actually talked about being a person versus those who actually developed in the curriculum. They had in place. So were you reading a book to your team. And where were they nurturing their growth from outside of school so different things than to Alone could it wasn't just people based on the name of the school. It was like there was office behind how you're going to fit in how you going to be able to enjoy love the that freshman year at. Kentucky. How'd you describe that? Chapter title that chapter. It is so funny. You know the theme for that summer I remember our first conditional gap the code saying arson conditioning coach. He said we're GONNA name this summer. It's GonNa be expect. The unexpected now is the name of the summer so you know it was crazy. Be expect the unexpected it. So that's exactly what I was saying encompassing of my time I could learn so much as a great people. A tough conference plane. Sec everyday eating there is nothing like your freshman year. There is nothing like I'm always in pain. There's nothing you can get shake off the grind on schoolwork at feels never ending the season that feels never ending but also opening up in exploring new party. Yourself INAU May. I didn't know I had an emmy. I knocking show up in that moment. So deftly wasn't adjustment but it was incredibly awakening experience the same beliefs
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"Service with me James camara saw me and I've got two guests with me for the rest of the program I say with me but said that both down the line in these times and they gonna be giving us that personal take on the news and issues of the day they are sure Bonnie best suit the Indian born author and journalist is based here in the U. K. and John camp the British broadcaster journalist and writer that both that here in the same city is made but not in the same studio good morning to both of you good morning I'm unsure about it let me start with you and a little bit about yourself writes a journalist and I guess the the moment perhaps you remember from earlier in your career will be the interview did with salmon Rushdie at a at a very important time a time when his story was an increasingly global that's true excuse me going back many years now it was nineteen eighty eight and well I think I did this interview with them before satanic buses was actually published in India and I lost him with each would be controversial and he said so a book gone to cause riots and I think that line really went down on maternity that interviewed no fault of mine was some sort of waved around in parliament and the government to at that time the Congress government bonds the book and that was the start of it Jaitley all once the book got banned in India and Pakistan banned the book and within the you know the ones I have to let Khomeini issued his famous of twelve so that was that was the beginning of mailing that was the beginning and we gonna talk later in the program about Sam store you covered which you know we all I guess journalists think about stories we covered in what kind of impact it might have on the on the individuals but I mean you'll see involving a princess that's how the Clinton impacts I'm just gonna tease our listeners without that because we'll come back to it later and I don't just wanna bring John and John John I go back to about thirty years Jonathan since times in Moscow but it's very hard it's very hard to keep up with you I I see you now and then and and you know you you've always seem to have a new string to your bow so I doubt that in a way you even want to start by telling us telling listeners about your career path gosh yeah I was a foreign correspondent and Moscow and then in East Berlin the GDR's append walls and so the wall come down British politics for a number of publications and adjust to the new statesman like is in then went into the office and set up an art gallery and set up the umbrella body for the UK's creative industries and now I'm back in journalism and I've literally last week and put to bed finished a book comparing Germany's political resilience with that of other countries including my own fascinating I think the word that you use on your website polymath says it all as you've just outlined that we'll be hearing from both John and Shabani throughout the rest of the program we're gonna turn now to what subsaharan Africa because it's recorded its first deaths from the corona virus I just in the past few days that so far Africa has been the least affected continent by the virus but health experts are warning that strained public health systems that could become quickly overwhelmed the head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus had this message for African states W. just recommendation is actually much guidance should be avoided and we should do all we can to cut it from the but expecting that the worst could happen because we have seen how the virus really speeds up and accelerates in other continents old old countries so that's our advice and I think I think I should wake up my continent should wake up because Africa has already woken up to the threats of epidemics in the past few years and told what nian swamp managed at the west African country of Liberia is response to the abode around break between twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen around five thousand people were killed in that country during the epidemic and he told me about his priorities when he was tackling it when you're born last stop after we saw exponential increase between June and August of twenty fourteen be full I was a pointer to a lot of time on record this is what the reporter on a daily basis their bodies were you know street the entire situation was completely devastated first priority was to develop a comprehensive incident Accern respond prom look I did not mark trig my bads debit management team incident management system contact for using active case finding looking on the epidemiology of the disease how did you go about achieving all of that that's a long list of priorities so do you have a management team I was able to mobilize import these technicians together we train them in high demand this man and this was a walk in partnership with the international team that came in were created the case management team that was in charge of the block treatment units we decentralized outbreak to every county in Liberia you know the U. S. army canteen and also supported a librarian on me to do some other construction how do you think things are progressing in the United States where you are now how do you think it's being handled the U. S. it's a bit behind the counter and everybody sees this yes I estimate right now coming from Francis Collins who is the director of the National Institute of how that if nothing goes right we must see the depths of our many aspen a million and a half people in the United States we saw similar chart in their west African outbreak when I was media as the incident manager I see a lot of the city governments are doing great work kind of governance are doing a great way to unite us there's a very big country Dave's federal government needs to support the state government and the city government to run testing when you don't know what you are do you know where you would not find a solution for a problem in Liberia in West Africa in general one of the big problems was a lack of trust misinformation how did you deal with that and all that perhaps some lessons in what you did for other countries at the moment at the time of the ball across since we work with I'm very single moment today was of communion approach I remember mobilizing detection lead us the traditional leaders cultural leaders people where a lot of practices you remember we had an issue with their budget management because of the cultural practice of burial practices where people lost their laws warm some people have to make sure that it took cops before battery dead bodies so we have to work with traditional people their traditional leaders still need and the messages that Ebola was a contagious disease and cops is where does that were spreading the virus and so damn but it was very dangerous we did all of that and so what we need to do hand watching this critical that kind of information you double brass route at the community level I'm also concerned about supplies gloves disposable gloves mooch hand sanitizers body bags the terrorists respirators dis a carnal supply chain need to before Carson of billable and delivering government needs a lot of support at the moment the health system is challenged and so we should not wait until we get to the level where in July August and September when dad bought his way industry this is the time to put all of the mechanism I'm excited about the U. S. CDC W. H. O. these guys on the ground the wall behind the mobile labs the support for the liberal government do you think that Liberia is better prepared for the covert nineteen outbreak as a result all of what happened during the boat around break I can say for sure that the sun level system in place in Liberia I was there before the Ebola outbreak I let the bowler our break and after the ball out brit label to set up some system you know we establish the public health institute in Liberia with fourteen players the medicine operation centers in all fifteen counters we were able to train for what two hundred feet deep neurologist those processes are still imprisoned the reason why you see the African countries and African governments are doing a great job right now is because of the ball out Britain West Africa why this concern here right now is the issue of supplies two cases now on the sixteenth of March and seventeen of March already there may be committed to spread out and I will be taking place and why do we need to watch for is the next couple of days ahead to see whether or not there is committed to spread of the virus in the community and this is why social distancing all of these very high measures will be watered in Liberia Taubert near swara who managed libraries response to the a bola outbreak between twenty fourteen and twenty fifteen you speaking to me from Baltimore in the U. S. state of Maryland well that would just eight recorded deaths in Nigeria during the boat around break the world health organization's representative in the country declared its handling of the disease represented a spectacular success stories that has a getting on at the moment we're joined from Laos by the Nigerian journalist hello what Tosun additional Kwan welcome to weekend over Tyson will just a festival what is the situation at the moment in Nigeria hi thank you for having me and right now the situation is a little it's intended for weird so days even if they seek mix of optimism on there also there's the there's also like fear and that fear about my job might not have been ready for the corner virus outbreak despite gets in almost three weeks you know that stocks and as far as lockdowns and the closure of airports for example things that things are in place yes so the do you have possibly to get what it puts a gets includes tomorrow on Monday and then they are more like there was that you know you've got a chance to air travel within the country is going to be low is going to be counseled so days essentially going to be locked out of the country at the moment I guess it is hard to to step away from what's happening but in terms of what happened in in the near past with a bola why was Nigeria able to minimize the number of deaths it's mostly it's mostly due to you know to walk over and talk to our menu at the devil and that was the case of individual individual brilliance yes the pods yes the government was quick to react and everything but it was mostly the work of dental right now there is a general says that the government again you look exactly as written we have the NCDC doing amazing work we have the federal shipbuilding amazing what what do reality on ground is that Nigeria has historically underfunded healthcare in the country I called in for about less than ten percent of D. nine jumbo jet which already small doctors I'm leaving my job because I am not even a job because of what he calls a global professional development again so it's small as a result of you know of individual brilliance like we have and it's up to America who currently seen in my gentle to the help and that helped identify them helps one side you first defence stand in this case be tellin mom merger with virus what was that while still doubles that's still took a long time because he had gotten off the flights he was not check the test that I've gone through I'm not the only goes to one of the state before he was discovered stay with us if you if you will along with us and I'm just gonna bring it out to guests the shore Bonnie bassoon and John Kampf now who've been listening to where this section of the program about Africa and the Abella outbreak in the and proselytism learned perhaps they might have some thoughts and questions for you all right I'm actually interested hallways in the house the bona fide is different from the coronavirus and is it I read somewhere that the contagion period enabled I was actually with the presence on this hill and in corona virus you know you have the incubation for two weeks and that is how you spread it is that true well I I'm not sure about you'll deep medical knowledge but in terms of what you're being told to me not as a I guess so although Tyson that's an interesting one what is being told about the difference between the two viruses I'm so dead the general general idea is you come in contact with somebody under and within a two week period there's a chance that you might start showing symptoms so the general advice especially for people that have you coming into my job has been I salute your soul swap this for ten days and then if you have any if you have any symptoms please call the phone numbers of the ministry of health D. national center for disease control and then they will pick it up from there so beat us against Ebola as a guest blog days a case of a certain nobody knows you do you have do you use these for another for a whole two weeks so it's easy to walk around for two weeks and then no you pass it to other people John do you want to jump in yeah I I was just wondering what it's what the difference is psychologically between both orange and corona virus in this respect that I'm sitting here in London when a photo op and yes there were cases of nurses and doctors who have contracted it and who had come back but it still felt quite localized and remote to your average European sitting where you are in in Nigeria does it now we feel well you'll seeing what we had to go through but but on a global level now yes I'm a general sense of optimism that my dried goods dot net directly it's it's so that is where the locals from what yes we can also see it because my drives hi Justin looks like you have learned again we don't have claims online do not then we have seen the results we talk messages from M. 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"The BBC world service with me James camara saw me out with this for the rest of the program we have our guests who are down the line today is about Hilton is editor of the London based China dialogue that bilingual website with news features and reports on environmental issues in China and the rest of the world and Alan Posener who is the Berlin based columnist for the veldt newspaper we've talked a bit about your more broad background but I just wanna ask both of you what's the corona viruses has been doing to your daily lives it is about what what did you have in mind over the past week and what have you actually been able to do well over the past week I should have been in Berlin that the conference a bit very important conference on energy and you know we we we deal with climate change environment China dialogue and this is an enormously important yeah at full for both those things because Britain was too and we don't know what's going to happen if it wants to host the big the big private conference in Glasgow in November and China was to impose the biodiversity conference in Kunming so later in the year and all of those you know big conferences involving huge amounts of preparative work where people working on kind of sh energy reduction plans and carbon reduction plans and all of that is being heavily disrupted including in that you know in a small way up my own sexual which was pretty much packed with meetings and events related to that and is now a bit of a wasteland our our Chinese stock up on the other hand if I had a longer and harder time deal they were you know mostly at home in Barre spots of China the new year I am and many of them were then coated lockdowns and stranded dead now beginning to get back to work with the office hasn't for many a re opened so they've been working remotely and I'm giving us advice on how to cope as we move it but what I just wonder I mean perhaps it's too early to tell but given the conferences the whole point of them of course has faced time of people getting together in a room and and and be able to talk things out in person on our plans being made to perhaps have a more remote conference in order to take still get the issues discussed well well I think the people are definitely you know thinking about that but but something like the climate conference unit honestly the negotiations is so complex it's very very hard to see and you have side rooms and and it it very much depends on kind of on site management when it comes to the conference itself but almost more importantly this one that that the UK's hosts would normally at this point be working the capitals of the world making sure that that country's bring that plan to the conference because these things are not going to be negotiated in Glasgow they're going to be negotiated in the months leading up to Glasgow and if that doesn't happen then you know we are in trouble because climate change is going to go away and I'm not just an island I understand that the one of the side effects of the crying of ours for you has been to to become a little bit more calm climate conscious when it comes to getting around town yeah well you know we live in the suburbs and and by my daughter and her two kids they live in central Berlin and so yes that will green and woke and they don't have a con we have account and they use public transport bikes but not public transport is closing down not safe for them in that two kids so we decided to do is give them the cost of the generation so they can take the kids out to the fresh air and parks and stuff as long as that sent out and and we would often will assess some E. bikes and I will we are we are you know the stock we have to do like shopping and so on I'm not in the back and has to say it's a great experience I actually hope yes that I get so used to it that I use the car less what is when they give it back to us well that's a very encouraging I I again I think there will be a permanent effects on behavior because one of the ironies but you know working on climate change is that you know along with many tens of thousands of the people I are you know been traveling the world working on climate change and the irony does not escape because believe me so I think that you know once some things will have to go on being face to face a lot of behavior modification will take place my own most recent behavior modification is slightly less than nine they close my gym last night which was one thing that was keeping me safe as I looked up at home and I had all these fantasies that finally you know I get to the ten K. run but I think that's not gonna happen we did well look I think I think one of the places you did manage to get to Isabel was that Sweden recently is that right yes my last trip know that for a long time I was in didn't last week and bag giving as sorry the week the week before giving a lecture at noon university and and I have to say it was lunch was a picture of normality lovely southern Sweden at university town very very pretty very green and life was pretty much continue as normal that well let's have a listen to what's been going on in Sweden because a government that has come under fire in recent days for the deciding against some of the tougher measures that other countries have been using your to limit social distancing my school's bars restaurants are still open many people have been staying at home voluntarily that in some experts do believe that Swedish demography could help to stem the spread of the disease more than half of all Swedes live alone that's the highest proportion in Europe is muddy savage reports from stock I'm at a bus stop preparing to head down to my local supermarket one piece of advice we've had here is to use the science tools to try to prevent drivers from getting infected people have been advised to work from home and events with more than five hundred people a band with a sweets observing all the European countries in lockdown some believe it's not enough before I set off my cold one outspoken critic my name is perils and I'm there professor in infectious diseases on our university to Swedish authorities are doing too little too late what I think Sweden should do now is as quick as possible shut down everything that's possible to shut down the second thing to do is to trace the case sister have roaming around in society the sort of south Korean way numerous newspaper editorials have also questioned the government's approach but Swedish authorities insist that goal is slowing down the virus and calm and controlled way also accident Oxford and pastor of males with ministers in publications easy giving daily TV briefings he is the prime minister's definite van speaking earlier they had a long distance local Leggett Kunkel month around us snot this is a long distance race and the situation could change quickly but we should also note that's how society is well prepared we see how public authorities people working in health care in schools and other parts of society a doing a lot of work in a tough time the government is doing what is needed won't not everyone agrees with how much is being done most Swedes do seem to be following the current advice which includes limiting social interactions and self isolation if you'll see Corey the seventy not only is that Christina yes my name is Christine not termed by I'm the president of the national Swedish pensioners organisation and I am seventy seven years old two so how would you say elderly people are feeling about the government's advice is changed tack that is so common in Sweden down we are better transform to us with the public I started to use are saying to us and we know that we have all sure to it take all responsibility and we encourage our members to take contact with each other by tenet of floral by Skype for facetime Swedish pensioners are among the most digitally minded in Europe more than ninety five percent of sixty five to seventy five girls are online and while coming to terms with more limited social contact outside the home will be a challenge many are used to living alone Sweden has an individualistic culture and more than half of all homes made up of just one person in contrast to some of the country's worst affected by corona virus like Italy and Spain back in it so that professor Bjorn Olson says not could be a benefit if you have a household with several generations of course you're going to have a quick spread and of course we have a little bit of a single people living in Stockholm and that could sort of slower the pace a little bit all of their outbreak here in Sweden another advantage for Swedes is that is already common to work from home thanks to strong connectivity and state and company policies designed to promote work life balance major Swedish businesses including Spotify Erickson and gaming giant king started encouraging workers to avoid the office head of government guidelines hi pass money from the BBC was Berg works for a tech firm in Gothenburg and he's self isolating because he has bad Asman will at least what we what can I see working from home is something that you do almost every week I think the challenge is going to be working from home for a long period of time and what are you doing personally to keep your morale up your spirits up instead of going to a pub we decided to start on a digital alternative when you bring your own drink and you connect and just get shot and see what happens I haven't done it before but it's gonna be really interesting.
Baldwin gives No. 19 Butler 79-76 win over No. 10 Villanova
"Camara Baldwin hit a three pointer at the buzzer to give number nineteen Butler a seventy nine to seventy six win over tenth ranked Villanova the Wildcats battle back from ten down with less than six minutes to play to tie the score with twenty four seconds left then Baldwin ran the clock down before launching the winner Butler shot fifty seven percent for the game Sean McDermott led the Bulldogs with twenty one points in a game delayed nearly twenty minutes because of a water leak city bay had twenty nine for Villanova which was lost two straight Tom McCabe Indianapolis
Baldwin's flurry leads No. 13 Butler past Marquette in OT
"Unranked Marquette could not stop Butler's camara Baldwin as the thirteenth ranked Bulldogs pulled off an eighty nine to eighty five overtime win Baldwin scored twenty nine of his thirty one points in the second half and overtime including the last nine Butler points in regulation markets Kobe make you in hit a three pointer with four seconds to go to send the game into team the Bulldogs then went up by eight and held off the golden eagles for the win which snapped a three game Butler losing streak Markus Howard had twenty six to lead Marquette Tom McCabe Indianapolis
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"For defender samba camara has been voided because his visa application was denied he had been playing in France Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio thank you out the door this morning and we're right in the thick of it once again we check on the roadways now with Laurie Grandy it's the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three already crashes out there ninety three south by busy one twenty nine to a collision near ma bell lab is beyond that is heavy now Roosevelt circle right in through Somerville route three southbound heavy delays for ninety five to Concord road that's an earlier crash site there but check out the upper and at one twenty eight with Kristen act in the my free insurance copter award one twenty eight south bound looks very good at the moment leaving K. band all the way down pass through one in ninety five down here at the cloverleaf you're still in pretty good shape but beyond that down to Weston is okay it is heavy accident on the off ramp to ninety three south it earlier issue with the truck break down on the rabbit looks like they got that out of there Kristin after the Bob rae insurance copter all right also getting a call from a busy phone force one twenty eight south bound check do you have your lights on right now if you're driving by little street in Peabody somebody doesn't have the lights on you're welcome northbound expressway stopping go for expert parkway past Columbia road HOV lane traffic heavy and the pontiff now twenty four north by getting slow Avon to the merging Randolph flori grantee WBZ's traffic on the three struggle to get going this morning despite the clear skies it is just seventeen degrees here in Boston a much colder in some of the suburbs despite all that plenty of sunshine all day long temperatures though not getting out of twenty.
No. 18 Seton Hall rallies in 2nd half to stun No. 5 Butler
"In the battle of biggest heavyweight Seton hall rallied in the second half for seventy eight seventy win at Butler the pirates trail by ten at the half but outscored the Bulldogs forty eight to thirty over the final twenty minutes Seton hall has won seven straight after six and four start and miles Powell who led the team with twenty nine points says the best is yet to come we Kerr so before was too late and I thought I would plan our bass bass well right now in the in the best part about this plan so go right now is we still don't have when our best players sanjo mom's goes really sparkler now fifteen into had a six game winning streak snapped and suffered his first home loss of the season camara Baldwin led the Bulldogs with nineteen points Tom McCabe Indianapolis
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"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity. Some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like Xfinity X. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make WIFI simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply all right here in the United States too much access to opioids has led to rampant addiction and overdose but we're going to hear from a part of the world facing the exact opposite problem a lack of powerful pain medications in the Gambia in West Africa. Doctors want greater access to opioids. They say they can help speed a patient's recovery. NPR's Jason Bovine traveled there recently as part of our ongoing look at treating pain and and the story does contain some uncomfortable medical details. It's mid morning at the Gambia's only teaching hospital orthopedic Surgeon Cabot Marina is talking with several nurses about two operations that they're about to start. I just bring it into the United States. It's not going to be perfect. MARINA IS A fit thirty seven year old. He's pulling on scrubs. He and his staff are looking up an X. Rays of leg bones and a light box on the wall. A curtain divides the operating room into on the left is a fourteen year old. He fractured his knee in a soccer game in a collision goalie. His parents say he almost scored on the right is a twenty nine year old man. He was in a nasty car crash a week earlier and Tibia is now protruding coming from his Shin Doctrine says operations like these pain is unavoidable hammers and saws and Gills and things like that so so afterwards old patients expected how some pain but in the Gambia managing that pain can be difficult. I the Gambia is one of the poorest countries in the world. Many medications including painkillers are in short supply and even if Moreno can get powerful opioids for his patients nurses on the general wards aren't trained to administer or monitor them. Dr Moreno spent the last thirteen years working in the United Kingdom. He says one of the striking things about returning. Home is the contrast pain management everyone I I end up. I have to leave the world when they were doing dressings because I couldn't handle the screams but you get used to it which is not great but it's what you have to do. In order to survive in the environment lived in the operating room. Dr Moreno does have access to anesthesia for the two surgeries on this day. Each patient will get a spinal block. It makes their legs. Go numb highly effective. You've at one point the fourteen year old asks. What's my leg doing up there as a nurse moves them around on the bed patient on the right is getting a steel pin driven vertically from mm-hmm is need to almost as ankle to stabilize his broken? Tibia in the UK. Both these patients would be completely asleep under general anesthesia but not here. That's partly because this country of two million people doesn't have any anesthesiologists. The only ones working in the Gambia are doctors on loan from China or Cuba so ninety eight percent of Anaesthesia Services Don byas Mahmoud El Moussa borrow heads the College of Nursing at the American International University West Africa in the Gambian capital bright across the country all had facilities well rations stick. Please where what you find the semester these specially trained nurses. I can do many of the procedures that full anesthesiologist would but there aren't many of them and they tend to work mainly in surgical operating rooms they aren't present and labor in delivery wards leaving most women here to give birth with no pain medication at all back at the surgical ward doctrine just finished resetting setting the bones and the teenagers knee he twisted the leg back into place drilled three hole through the top of the knee and secured the joint with wires sitting have to open the skin off but it still we'll be painful think you saw how. I had to bend it back into place the start and he will be sore afterwards. If I have been doing this operation in England the boy would have gotten a local anesthetic around the joint ease the pain as he wakes up but again not here the pain meds that are readily available in the Gambia are generic versions of pilot and advil an aspirin. The only narcotic clinicians sometimes dispense is a synthetic opioid called tram at all. It's considered less powerful and less addictive than opioids like oxycodone or morphine. Meanwhile the operation on the other table is continuing north comedic surgeon from China is literally hammering Rod until the twenty nine year olds leg first couple of attempts didn't go so well. I may have to back out the Pan A. and try again but doctrine is confident. It will all work. He says these pins are highly effective before they made up and walking and they usually went home. even the next day broken leg one day walking out onto the streets of London the next but only because their pain was well controlled with opioids doctrine doesn't predict such a tranquil post surgical recovery for this guy. The patient is clearly uncomfortable gripping the table as the hammering continues and he still under under the spinal anesthetic off in about six hours time then there's usually some screaming on the words and and it just takes some getting used to the patient and stuff as well in the absence of a strong pain medication. It'll be several days. Maybe a week before this man can put any weight on his leg. These patients are also likely elite experience flare ups of what Dr McCall's breakthrough pain in the UK Moreno with treat this with oral morphine but morphine isn't available on the wards here for the fourteen year old who just had knee surgery his recovery starts on a trip on a Gurney to the pediatric ward. The Children's Ward is actually sleep in another building across the street from the main hospital. There are no rails on the Gurney and he slides around as the orderly pushes him through the potholed streets. Finally he arrives at the crowded kids ward. His legs are still numb from the anesthetic during surgery his father Hassan Manual. Camara says they know his recovery will take time where they were. Just try to support him as much as possible. Kamara worries about his son being in pain but he recognizes that he just had surgery. He doesn't expect his son to be comfortable. Dr Moreno wishes he had stronger pain meds for his patients. This teen will be hurting for the the next few days but despite that Renna says this operation was a success is now he's going to straight Meghan into suffer the rest they may not have access a strong opioids but Dr Moreno and the other caregivers here have confidence that their patients will heal and eventually the pain will go away Jason Bobi. NPR N._p._R. News the Gambia.
"camara" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The BBC world service this is newshour coming to you live from London with James camara saw me let's go live to Zimbabwe now to the capital Harare where a plane carrying the body of the country's former president Robert Mugabe is due to land pretty soon from Singapore where he died of course last week ofcourse punishing guide you okay a joins us live now from the airport it's almost back is itching what's the what's what's the scene like where you are. what you can hear a lot of the singing dancing and you might be able to hear the cheers as his body is expected to arrive in the minute now ideas about singing hymns and on the other side we have all these party supporters in the raids and a green and black tea regalia we have soldiers here in this amount of what the president has also arrives to welcome Robert Mugabe's body innocence this is really the first time that Bobby and able to more and. what is going to happen when the body has touched down well what it is going to happen. what's understands is that there will be a parade of before his body before I'm his coffin and is a coffin is accompanied by the grace of god and members of his family off to that she understands that this will be taken to the commander Barrick's which is that the military encampment I just a short while from here and then after that he will be taken to the mansion is mentioned in the blue roof in an affluent suburb I just north of here it's really not clear what the other details on tonight's bids we understand that's tomorrow his body will lie in state we were expecting mini Melissa Bob we had such a to announce to pay their respects to Senna clarity yes about what kind of funeral we are expecting. well what's the third does that so once played has arrived and government has consulted with grace Mugabe and his which we might get a clearer picture about a week he's likely to be buried the government is trying to downplay that they say that it's normal that a personal is that show who's the chief of his clan that that the details of his burial would not be made public and that he actually might be accorded a secret burial in line with the tradition of that we just waiting to see whether that will happen and clearly a Robert Mugabe remains a controversial in death as much as he wants in life and is there a sense of what these involve win public would like to see. well from the people that we are talking to help you see these of Robert Mugabe supporters they say that they want to see a funeral that I'd be fits his stature as an elder statesman many of them and said that he is not a hero he's a hero not just to Zimbabweans but also to Africa as a whole but many would want to see him made next to his first wife sending Gabi and alongside the other liberation war heroes who who forty four four to the struggle against colonialism Ching guy thanks very much that was said B. C. hsing.
"camara" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Camara presenting DJ F R P W RT eight or nine point nine FM. You don't keep it. Locked in this dial. Yes, I them. No. We are winner. Not sure. Adam. We do Radin, Saddam. No. We winner shoe read them car gets in Oregon represent. Repealing. Right. Me. John. And you. Window. We do. While we too. Right. Brand.
There are now more job openings in the US than workers to fill them
"Much. And let's come home for a second. Because while North Korea will have profound implications for national security for geopolitics, there are issues that might feel a little more pressing jobs, jobs, jobs, President Trump, said jobs would be his chief concern and that he'd institute massive tax cuts and sweeping immigration reforms to get them will last week, the Labor Department announced just how good the job market has become over the last ten years. For the first time, there are more job openings in this country than there are jobless Americans to fill them as in. You want a job. You got one, if and it's a big if you match up with the jobs that are out there. So as students leave school and has other Americans try to better their lives. The question is, what is the future of the job market in this country, Rebecca Jarvis ABC's chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca. What does this number tell us? We'll six point seven million job openings. This is a massive number of opportunities. What you have to think about when you look behind that number is where are the opportunities? Some of it is location based the midwest in the west or some of the strongest places for job openings. And the other component is which jobs, professional jobs, architecture jobs, engineers, trucking, there is a massive demand in the United States for truckers right now. I, I spoke to a woman last week who runs a trucking company in Minnesota. She hiked wages, fifteen percent this year and still can't find enough drivers to take these jobs which pay in the range of eighty thousand dollars a year. So so the question for young people who say, leaving college remained, what field are you actually trying to get in because that might not match up with where the market set? Yes in well, right now, if you look at the jobs report, the latest jobs report, it showed job creation in really across the board manufacturing construction, retail food, service, health care. One of the issues for young people in particular, if you're. Graduating and looking for a job a summer job. For example, one of the issues is that people are working until they're older, and they're also retirees who are coming back into the jobs market taking, for example, those retail and food service jobs, which we traditionally think of as the summer jobs, in fact, food service in the nineteen nineties. It used to be that one in four of those jobs was covered by a teen today. It's one in six of those jobs by teen retail, same thing the number of teens is dwindling, whereas the number of older workers in that field is rising. From the employer side, employers are looking at people right now. What do they see when they see these numbers that there's an open job for every unemployed person out there? Well, it's an interesting dynamic because on the one hand, they're realizing we might have to increase wages in order to fill the seat. They they're complaining frankly that they can't find the people. They want our workers coming in. They want more people coming in the door for interviews, so then they can have their pick of the highest quality and what's happening is that they're starting to see, wait a minute, who's why is no one applying on the job boards wire people aggressively, like what we saw a couple of years ago aggressively pursuing these jobs. So a lot of employers, the hope for McConnell is that employers will say, oh, wait a minute. You know what would actually get more people interested in this job, a ten percent wage increase, no chance that happens. We'll know there's definitely a chance. There's there's a good probability actually, historically spee. Leaking, but it should have already happened. How did we even get here by the way? I mean, we had this great recession, not that long ago. How are we in this position now? What is the demands of the top flight job providers? The ones that are going to pay top dollar have changed somewhat in that if you're young and you're just coming out of high school or college, you might decide rather than taking an entry level job, you would prefer to pursue more education or community service to Padua resume and hopes of attracting one of these top hiring cubs, especially since there's a forty year old taking your job at the burger flipping joint. Exactly. That is ABC Rebecca, Jarvis. Thanks, Rebecca. Thanks. And one last thing she raised her for eighteen years. We'll untried a woman was sentenced to eighteen years in prison because the little girl she raised wasn't her daughter. She was a kidnapping victim almost twenty years ago. Gloria Williams walked into a hospital dressed as a nurse and walked away with a baby. She named her Alexis. But when Alexis became one of those teenagers looking for their first job, there was something wrong with her. I d a DNA test at a police precinct confirmed that her birth mother was actually Shinora. Mobely think when you left the police station that she was going to be fine and things get back to normal. I'm new. This weekend ABC's Eva pilgrim's spoke exclusively to combine a mobile that was her name at birth, and that is what she goes by now. But think about this for Kemira Gloria Williams was the only mom she ever knew if your parents are who raised you, does that change when they stole you to you? You still consider your mother still do and still she kind of treats you like her daughter? Oh yes. She call Steele gets on meet. Yes, yes. Now, Gloria Williams is behind bars. Camara has asked the judge for leniency and her birth. Parents say they've got their baby girl back who they are. Finally, getting to know. Okay. We're often running this week if you're looking for live coverage of the Singapore summit tonight, hit up ABC news dot com or the ABC news app and hit that subscribe button right here because tomorrow we will break it all down with our team there in the thick of it be smarter than your friends tomorrow morning. You guys Twitter and Instagram follow start here. ABC I'm Brad milkey tomorrow. Are you hiring join the over three million businesses that use indeed dot com for hiring post your next job opening on the world's number one job site indeed, dot com.
Hamas kills man wanted in attack on Palestinian PM
"Camara sabi today as the uk government tries to get an e you wide show of support in its row with russia the british foreign secretaries comparison of president putin and adolf hitler strikes a raw nerve in moscow nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated not season and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany we'll have the latest on a deepening diplomatic rift also a year after the westminster terror attack the british empire you tried to save the life of a policeman they're already couple of offices trying to stop the blood globe huge loss of blood and i said can i can i help our meditate train and they said tell us what to do and syrian rebel fighters begin leaving a besieged area near damascus all of that after the news hello i'm jerry smith with the bbc news syrian rebel fighters and their families have begun leaving the town of harass sta in eastern gouta as part of an evacuation deal thirteen government soldiers were exchanged for five rebel fighters as the first step syrian state television says that twenty seven fighters are among two hundred people to have left the town so far martin patience has more details this russian broker dealers the first evacuation of rebels from eastern goethe the fighters belong to the group of sham i'm wearing control of the town of harare star but after being surrounded and bombarded by the syrian regime they agree to deal guaranteeing their safe passage similar agreements have andy fighting elsewhere in syria negotiations are believed to be underway with the two main ramble groups still operating in the besieged area yeah one of ukraine's most famous legislators has been arrested after being accused by prosecutors have planning an armed attack on parliament and supporting a coup legislators were shown secretly film video said to show knowledge searching code discussing an attack ms savchenko is seen by many as a war hero she was captured fighting separatist rebels in eastern ukraine and held for nearly two years in a russian jail the group hamas says demanded suspects in the attempted assassination of the palestinian prime minister has died of his wounds yala now reports from jerusalem hamas which controls gaza heard earlier released a photograph and the name of that chief suspect offering a reward for information on his whereabouts they then put up checkpoints.
"camara" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That can do everything the way levy on bell and david johnson and zeke elliott and the guys at the marquee putt performers alvin camara that he mentioned in the league it all makes it extremely difficult trying to figure out and a lot of that is based not only on or at what is the market tell us is possible but what is your team need as well what are the things that you've put value in and built structure wise into your franchise because you've got that on the team side of things and on the player side of things you have to look at and make those very same decisions for yourself you have to try and understand for every player and this is the difficult part about reading the tealeaves and free agency is you often don't know what those smaller value operations are going to be for each player because if you're able to just simplify it to one thing you can look out and see a pretty clear picture you can look out and see the option that would make the most sense when it comes to kirk cousins lewis riddick points this out with what the clear choice for him would be if this was about a singleissue denver's a place that could win that could challenge in the western towns in the afc overall we've seen them do it would seem to be a defense of centric led football team that can win super bowl so that would be the most logical place it really winning was the ultimate goal for him i don't know if necessarily that's the case though i really don't i think kirk wants to be a guy who kinda goes above and beyond our them we all want to we all want to go above and beyond what people expect us to but i think he wants to make as much money as he possibly can relative to a good situation and i don't know if that's the if that's going to be the denver broncos because i don't think john elway his track record is such that he is going to extend himself that far to break the bank for that.
"camara" Discussed on News Talk 1490
"Chairman mr mr camara is probably gonna is leaving in a in a in a couple of months but he will be appointed the president will appoint a probably another republican to replace him to maintain the three two two board majority the other thing which we wanted you to get into is now but what is the role of the general council that's a very different function there may be many other discrimination or employment statutes under federal law and that's going to change too because mr griffin who has the general council his term is ending and the president gets to appoint his replacement as well let's go into all that if you so yes georgia elections really do matter and that will be the case here with the national labor relations board for the last eight years we've had a democratic board and this board has greatly enlarge the area of concern that the national labor relations board has opened up the law to areas like this protect a concerted activity and now with the republican bored it's very likely that the pendulum will swing back the board this board will be more you know favorable to employers and we'll probably it will definitely not be as expansive so there and then that's already shown up for example one of the decisions that came down during the obama board was the decision in a case called murphy oil which involved the right to whether an employer your can require an employee to sign in hiring process to sign an agreement that they will waive all their rights to enter into some sort of a class dispute with the employer and the national labor relations board issued decision saying that that was unlawful to require the employee to sign this sort of agreement into sign away their rights to bring class action lawsuits or even claims before the national labor relations board the contract normally would require them to take their case to an arbitrator which was more or less this in more situations is a stacked deck anywhere that case was just heard by the supreme court and interestingly enough.
"camara" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Alvin camara who they drafted so there's a lot of guys that they need to defend and it's going to be tougher i think the last year i don't think that the panthers are going to have this blip leg were lesser year that wasn't delivery or to ryan stern is next up from facebook he says when you're eating wings do you go rancher blue cheese or does it matter will waiver wing you're eating that's a good secondary question to that because i could see somebody trying to make a case the wolf i start with the blue cheese is disgusting is absolutely awful i'll could you go with french correct i go allow you to try and redeem your goal with so korea's though you'll yeah you don't have the put in the on okay that's kinda true about the style lands by you laura app and to be wrong you want blue cheese air no grows i said other people buffalo decided they show us the potential blue cheese and it is in fact limitless or limited only by your own imagination since the good people buffalo said hey dip these fried chicken's into the blue cheese and made them sing then people said oh how about on a burger how 'bout on this how i'll it ruins every lingo like much chase sky stay emanating ada whom everywhere you fund we would where did you find my gosh i dunno in buffalo making sense fat that's where you found me next question comes to us from all this is kind of a fun one for a former steeler paul milligan asks here on facebook we all know that the jange theory which my jange theory is that in the twentyfirst century every teams gonna have injuries the key is to not lose the wrong guy because if you do the whole thing will implode generally we don't apply the jange theory to quarterbacks because all teams need their starting quarterback what would the steelers go though i if ben roethlisberger wasn't there what if they had the role with josh jobs or landry jones in let us go back to 2016 what how much worse off would they be if they had landry jones for sixteen games are i will their record be.
"camara" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Should know tries to put a law bolic camara exerted afflicted camara now work against the doubleteam by white back away went loses it could reach the pass it was played a little bit wide of leeway from lara was at the top of the new york city packet possession college looking to fight via fia chess it down off of one hop i can't control while taken by della mayo della mayo the centreback takes his a risk kids the new york city and as many centrebacks do they run out of ideas as they get close to the goal uh new england sat deep in city in struggled to build the wall out under limited pressure and they give it away a couple of times pretty sloppily that was almost a really good opportunity startling based on a biopsy vision of training in knowing how patrick vieira operates the mannequins kids are always out there's a lot of repetition a lot of pattern play and it's one of the things are generally very good at is that especially when they're not pressure is the the ability to build out at all the different situations they need to take into consideration new york city possession backseat morale is trying to play a twoman game with the even white his right back white is hassle tomorrow whose claiming as that all went into touch that it was a deflected awful white white though will learn to throw its pretty much at the halfway line new york city moving right to left here secondhalf the fifty eight thminute its new york city one new england one jack harrison scored the sixty th minute to open it for a city but then come are equal eyes for england with a twenty four thminute goal and that's been it here the brock's.
"camara" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Right here with island grimes and this is winning and that camara we've we've got all that can guarantee we are going to do the astro news of the week okay so i tried to deliberate what is it this week we are going to look at the chart see what was going on and i saw old boy okay saturn mars are in opposition to each other now that's difficult at best so if you take a little of mars is about it's like going down a hill with no brakes on you know and and when you're going down the brakes e literally you're taking risks to do that it sort of a free flight thing it's kind of a warrior energy you're going after something point a to point b and you're going straight at it with you know with your horns pointed that way you know that's mars energy male energy and it's when it's something you really want really past and bought one get it that's it going to do it okay until you meet saturn okay so what's like to have saturn and opposition just visualize mars going downhill and it hits a roadblock and that saturn as one it's an opposite to the point of saturn it will feel like somebody outside of you is trying to stop you from the progression are making the lotta people are going to make comments right now saying i really trying to get ahead that i'm having a very difficult time doing it you know and so the thing that's different about sat on mars mars is very sort of reactionary it just does what it does more wants to doesn't take anything into consideration it doesn't have a conscience actually when it does when it does but saturn is demanding that mars have a conscience so are you sure you wanna do that you share you want to go through his intersection at ninety miles an hour yes i do get out of the way i'm not going to so saturn is having this dialogue with mars and this is actually you could actually play that our astro drama which is fun stuff that do but it's actually what's going on inside of us someone progressing progressing towards a goal and we are very hostile posibly clear about where we're going until saturn steps in the road.