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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

07:05 min | 11 months ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"Our votes babbling blade trying to survive economically hoping that these big infrastructure and other policies that will affect not only our lives but the lives of all generations to come will pass. And this fucking random like nah. Nah you know what it'd be like. What the hell is that like. I think that's the reaction to most people when they find out that this individual exists. No there's gotta be a bunch of people like clutching. They're just like. Oh my god. Not the parliamentarian wh-when harris overrules. Of course you got. Or as trent lott did as you mentioned in two thousand one she can be fired. I mean really if trump did one thing this is not a good thing you know. Trump fired everybody for all sorts of reasons. It was like a spinal tap drummer kind of in administration and you know a lot of people were fired for unjust reasons like say alexander. Van mint Because he told the truth under oath which is something. The trump administration didn't like. But you know we. Now have a precedent of all sorts of folks. Just get in fired willy. Nilly without any kind of real repercussions there's an actual reason to fire The senate parliamentarian and that's to protect the american public so they should do it and it shouldn't be that hard without question. I one thing i'll say. Is that the senate. Parliamentarian is propping up this whole system of white supremacy that is destroying our country from within a- and that's why we were such a ripe target and in many ways for the mass murdering xenophobic terrorist regime putin's russia where immigrants are harassed and viral youtube videos. That's the thing there. And and a nationalist march founded by putin turned into a neo nazi march. That's why these conservatives and these democrats in name only are stalling any progress that would putin prove in trump prove our democracy because they benefit from this system. They are existential making their wealth and they've new escape plan after that 'cause all their estate plans are just fallacies dump fantasies that do not stand up to reality and so if you look at the moderates for instance the ones who are going to be vulnerable in the dark money campaign of the midterms. They loved the parliamentarian. They're hiding behind her. They don't want to have their names associated with any type of immigration reform specially when fox news. It's exploiting all those images of the haitians on our border and so forth and not only that they hide behind the gloss of good governance and bipartisanship when really the bipartisanship of so many of these democrats name only moderates so-called mater so called moderates is the bipartisanship that they do greatly contribute to is taking from the same trough as the republican colleagues. They're all dependent on the same major. Corporate donors cape corporate donors that are fine to fund politicians. That are driving the unconstitutional and dangerous. Antiabortion law in texas corporations that are funding the violent insurrectionist that drove the mob attack on our democracy and january. Six you have these so called moderate democrats democrats in name only daigneault's who are taking the corporate coffers and so they're happy hiding behind the parliamentarians so called rulings which are not rulings recommendations. Because then they don't have to disappoint their corporate donors. They don't have to be make themselves vulnerable to dark money adds going into the midterms and so forth. So the senate room terry and is very much doing favors to the traders on both sides of the aisle in the us senate exactly. And i just wanna sort of emphasized the zena phobic aspect of this because as you said you know images of the thousands of haitian refugees. Who arrived on the border in del. Rio are all over the place being exploited a by right wing bigots and there's some confusion as to why there there's i just wanted to just i mean this situation in the images that are coming out of there in the stories that were here. He out of there are absolutely horrifying. And if you were horrified rightly so by the plight of people in afghanistan whose lives were ruined in part because of our wars there you should feel equal empathy in equal upset at what is happening to haitians at the border. And what has been happening to haitians. I mean quite honestly since the founding of colonialists hiti which one of the few successful overthrows of that rule but especially since two thousand ten when they had a catastrophic earthquake That you know had aftershocks both environmental and political a good source. I think on kind of breaking down is jonathan katz Who studies haiti Has a free newsletter. In explains that the haitians who have showed up in del rio were part of a wave of patients who moved to brazil from his newsletter in search of jobs and housing in the years after the catastrophic twenty ten earthquake the jobs turned out to be fewer and poor paying the it hoped. Some fled the rising xenophobia. Stoked by brazil's neo-fascist president airballs denaro to chile then the pandemic came the dangerous crew and opportunities Became more scarce so then. He goes on to describe their journey through south america to colombia to panama throughout salvador under guatemala and then finally to mexico and finally to the border of the united states. And you know anybody who has been a refugee or worked with refugees or just has common sense knows that you do not make this journey lightly. This is a terrifying atrocious way to live and the were at the border are there with their families there with their children and the reason that they were being attacked by Border control on horses holding rains that they were using as whips Was because they were crossing back into mexico back and forth in search of food in search of medicine in search of the most basic supplies needed to survive and for the biden administration to treat them the way they're treating them but also just engage in this rhetoric like. Yeah we're just going to deport them. That's that with no introspection about our own governments role in facilitating this conflict. And how treated haiti but that aside just the basic laws of asylum the basic laws of human rights and what this country is supposed to represent..

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Is democracy now about put us under a bridge where we slept and then we were taken to jail in texas. I spent five days in jail. Look what they gave us a blanket to sleep on the. Us is deporting hundreds of haitian asylum seekers from a makeshift camp of fifteen thousand people under a bridge in texas despite protests from haiti which is facing a mounting humanitarian and political crisis following a devastating earthquake and the assassination of its president will go to del rio texas for the latest. Then we speak to an abortion provider in texas over the states near total ban on abortions over the weekend one texas doctor revealed he'd provided an abortion in open defiance said the law then we look at the deadly consequences of vaccine inequality more than five point. Seven billion does have been administer globally but only two percent of those have been adam stood in africa. This leaves people at higher risk of disease and exposed to a deadly virus against which many other people around the will enjoy protection. We go to india. Where groups are calling on johnson and johnson to stop exporting indian made vaccines to wealthy nations including the united states that a time when hundreds of millions of people remain unvaccinated india as well as in africa all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I mean he could. The pentagon acknowledged friday the us drone strike that killed ten civilians including seven children in afghanistan in the final days of the us. Withdrawal was a tragic mistake. The pentagon previously asserted. The strike prevented an imminent threat by isis. K fighters but investigations quickly revealed the victims. Were instead aid. Workers tomorrow ahmadi and his family members his family's demanding a probe into the killing. This is his brother ramallah. A baby should accept impede their damages. They should come to me and apologized and offer condolences. They should pay blood money. We are innocent as you should evacuate us in washington. Dc lawmaker said they would investigate the deadly strike while activists renewed calls for an end to us drone warfare. In other news from afghanistan most secondary classes resumed without female students as their fate remains unclear unto the new taliban leadership who only explicitly ordered male students to return to the classroom. Some boys refused to attend class until all students were allowed to return. Meanwhile the taliban mayor of kabul female municipal workers not to come to work on sunday. Women activists rallied in front of the building which used to house the ministry of women's affairs in kabul and agency. The taliban has done away with that. You cannot suppress the voice of afghan women by keeping girls at home and restricting them as well as by not allowing them to go to school. He cannot suppress the voice of afghanistan's women by turning the ministry of women into a ministry of the promotion of virtue and prevention of vice cannot suppress denniston women. Meanwhile aljazeera reports at least seven people were killed after a series of blasts in kabul in the eastern city of jalalabad. Saturday isis k. claimed responsibility for the attacks. The biden administration sent three deportation flights to haiti sunday as part of its efforts to speed up the mass expulsion over fourteen thousand haitian asylum-seekers who've been staying in a makeshift camp under a bridge. In del rio texas for days. The flights each carried at least one hundred forty five asylum-seekers more flights are expected to depart in the coming days. Haitian officials have urged the us to stop the deportations warning. They don't have the resources to assist. The incoming asylum seekers as haiti is still reeling from last month's catastrophic earthquake immigrant justice advocate splash lasted the biden administration for launching. What could be one of the most abrupt and largest mass deportations of asylum seekers or migrants in decades. This is a haitian asylum-seeker and del rio de todd. I don't want to be deported. If i'm deported. Now i'll die in haiti. Why because there's no security. In haiti they are bandits. There's civil war every day. Civil war with the police with the bandits police civil war very complicated. Because there's no leadership. In haiti there's nothing rights. Groups are also denouncing the us government's ongoing attempts to block ation asylum seekers from applying for refuge. Which is a violation of international law. We'll go to del. Rio texas after headlines in another blow for immigrant rights. The senate parliamentarian ruled sunday. Democrats cannot create a pathway to citizenship for millions of people as part of their three point five trillion dollar spending bill democrats were hoping to pass the measure which could grant citizenship to immigrants with temporary protected status or tps essential workers farmworkers those brought to the us this children bypassing the package through reconciliation without republican support. Democrats say they'll keep fighting for comprehensive immigration reform advisors to the food and drug administration recommended. Booster shots of the pfizer. Cove nineteen vaccine for people sixty five and older and those who are high risk of developing severe infections. The recommendation is far more limited than president. Biden's previously announced plan to offer boosters to anyone who already received two shots meanwhile pfizer announced. Their co vaccine is safe for children aged five to eleven and generates a strong immune response visor hopes to receive emergency use authorization soon in california fire crews are battling large wildfire in the sierra nevada. Mountains that's threatening sequoia national park home to the world's most massive trees over the weekend firefighters rap protective aluminum foil blankets around old growth sequoias including one nicknamed general sherman. The world's largest tree by volume the knp complex fire has grown to over twenty one thousand acres and is just three percent contained. The united nations warns the planets on course for catastrophic global temperature rise of two point seven degrees celsius. Even if nearly two hundred you and member states meet their stated goals for cutting emissions. That's far beyond the one point. Five degree goal of the paris climate accord and would mean a massive loss of lives and livelihood with whole ecosystems collapsing amidst deadly heat waves powerful storms and rising sea levels on friday. President biden unveiled a plan by the us and europe to cut global methane emissions by thirty percent by.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Is democracy now about put us under a bridge where we slept and then we were taken to jail in texas. I spent five days in jail. Look what they gave us a blanket to sleep on the. Us is deporting hundreds of haitian asylum seekers from a makeshift camp of fifteen thousand people under a bridge in texas despite protests from haiti which is facing a mounting humanitarian and political crisis following a devastating earthquake and the assassination of its president will go to del rio texas for the latest. Then we speak to an abortion provider in texas over the states near total ban on abortions over the weekend one texas doctor revealed he'd provided an abortion in open defiance said the law then we look at the deadly consequences of vaccine inequality more than five point. Seven billion does have been administer. Globally only two percent of those have been adam stood in africa. This leaves people at higher risk of disease and exposed to a deadly virus against which many other people around the will enjoy protection. We go to india. Where groups are calling on johnson and johnson to stop exporting indian made vaccines to wealthy nations including the united states that a time when hundreds of millions of people remain unvaccinated india as well as in africa all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I mean he could. The pentagon acknowledged friday the us drone strike that killed ten civilians including seven children in afghanistan in the final days of the us. Withdrawal was a tragic mistake. The pentagon previously asserted. The strike prevented an imminent threat by isis. K fighters but investigations quickly revealed the victims. Were instead aid. Workers tomorrow ahmadi and his family members his family's demanding a probe into the killing. This is his brother ramallah. A baby should accept impede their damages. They should come to me and apologized and offer. Condolences should pay blood money. We are innocent as you should evacuate us in washington. Dc lawmaker said they would investigate the deadly strike while activists renewed calls for an end to us drone warfare. In other news from afghanistan most secondary classes resumed without female students as their fate remains unclear unto the new taliban leadership who only explicitly ordered male students to return to the classroom. Some boys refused to attend class until all students were allowed to return. Meanwhile the taliban mayor of kabul female municipal workers not to come to work on sunday. Women activists rallied in front of the building which used to house the ministry of women's affairs in kabul and agency. The taliban has done away with that. You cannot suppress the voice of afghan women by keeping girls at home and restricting them as well as by not allowing them to go to school. He cannot suppress the voice of afghanistan's women by turning the ministry of women into a ministry of the promotion of virtue and prevention of vice cannot suppress denniston women. Meanwhile aljazeera reports at least seven people were killed after a series of blasts in kabul in the eastern city of jalalabad. Saturday isis k. claimed responsibility for the attacks. The biden administration sent three deportation flights to haiti sunday as part of its efforts to speed up the mass expulsion over fourteen thousand haitian asylum-seekers who've been staying in a makeshift camp under a bridge. In del rio texas for days. The flights each carried at least one hundred forty five asylum-seekers more flights are expected to depart in the coming days. Haitian officials have urged the us to stop the deportations warning. They don't have the resources to assist. The incoming asylum seekers as haiti is still reeling from last month's catastrophic earthquake immigrant. Justice advocate splash biden administration for launching. What could be one of the most abrupt and largest mass deportations of asylum seekers or migrants in decades. This is a haitian asylum-seeker and del rio de todd. I don't want to be deported. If i'm deported. Now i'll die in haiti. Why because there's no security. In haiti they are bandits. There's civil war every day. Civil war with the police with the bandits police civil war very complicated. Because there's no leadership. In haiti there's nothing rights. Groups are also denouncing the us government's ongoing attempts to block ation asylum seekers from applying for refuge. Which is a violation of international law. We'll go to del. Rio texas after headlines in another blow for immigrant rights. The senate parliamentarian ruled sunday. Democrats cannot create a pathway to citizenship for millions of people as part of their three point five trillion dollar spending bill democrats were hoping to pass the measure which could grant citizenship to immigrants with temporary protected status or tps essential workers farmworkers those brought to the us this children bypassing the package through reconciliation without republican support. Democrats say they'll keep fighting for comprehensive immigration reform advisors to the food and drug administration recommended. Booster shots of the pfizer. Cove nineteen vaccine for people sixty five and older and those who are high risk of developing severe infections. The recommendation is far more limited than president. Biden's previously announced plan to offer boosters to anyone who already received two shots meanwhile pfizer announced. Their co vaccine is safe for children aged five to eleven and generates a strong immune response visor hopes to receive emergency use authorization soon in california fire crews are battling large wildfire in the sierra nevada. Mountains that's threatening sequoia national park home to the world's most massive trees over the weekend firefighters rap protective aluminum foil blankets around old growth sequoias including one nicknamed general sherman. The world's largest tree by volume the knp complex fire has grown to over twenty one thousand acres and is just three percent contained. The united nations warns the planets on course for catastrophic global temperature rise of two point seven degrees celsius. Even if nearly two hundred you and member states meet their stated goals for cutting emissions. That's far beyond the one point. Five degree goal of the paris climate accord and would mean a massive loss of lives and livelihood with whole ecosystems collapsing amidst deadly heat waves powerful storms and rising sea levels on friday. President biden unveiled a plan by the us and europe to cut global methane emissions by thirty percent by.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Is democracy now about put us under a bridge where we slept and then we were taken to jail in texas. I spent five days in jail. Look what they gave us a blanket to sleep on the. Us is deporting hundreds of haitian asylum seekers from a makeshift camp of fifteen thousand people under a bridge in texas despite protests from haiti which is facing a mounting humanitarian and political crisis following a devastating earthquake and the assassination of its president will go to del rio texas for the latest. Then we speak to an abortion provider in texas over the states near total ban on abortions over the weekend one texas doctor revealed he'd provided an abortion in open defiance said the law then we look at the deadly consequences of vaccine inequality more than five point. Seven billion does have been administer. Globally only two percent of those have been adam stood in africa. This leaves people at higher risk of disease and exposed to a deadly virus against which many other people around the will enjoy protection. We go to india. Where groups are calling on johnson and johnson to stop exporting indian made vaccines to wealthy nations including the united states that a time when hundreds of millions of people remain unvaccinated india as well as in africa all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I mean he could. The pentagon acknowledged friday the us drone strike that killed ten civilians including seven children in afghanistan in the final days of the us. Withdrawal was a tragic mistake. The pentagon previously asserted. The strike prevented an imminent threat by isis. K fighters but investigations quickly revealed the victims. Were instead aid. Workers tomorrow ahmadi and his family members his family's demanding a probe into the killing. This is his brother ramallah. A baby should accept impede their damages. They should come to me and apologized and offer condolences. They should pay blood money. We are innocent as you should evacuate us in washington. Dc lawmaker said they would investigate the deadly strike while activists renewed calls for an end to us drone warfare. In other news from afghanistan most secondary classes resumed without female students as their fate remains unclear unto the new taliban leadership who only explicitly ordered male students to return to the classroom. Some boys refused to attend class until all students were allowed to return. Meanwhile the taliban mayor of kabul female municipal workers not to come to work on sunday. Women activists rallied in front of the building which used to house the ministry of women's affairs in kabul and agency. The taliban has done away with that. You cannot suppress the voice of afghan women by keeping girls at home and restricting them as well as by not allowing them to go to school. He cannot suppress the voice of afghanistan's women by turning the ministry of women into a ministry of the promotion of virtue and prevention of vice cannot suppress denniston women. Meanwhile aljazeera reports at least seven people were killed after a series of blasts in kabul in the eastern city of jalalabad. Saturday isis k. claimed responsibility for the attacks. The biden administration sent three deportation flights to haiti sunday as part of its efforts to speed up the mass expulsion over fourteen thousand haitian asylum-seekers who've been staying in a makeshift camp under a bridge. In del rio texas for days. The flights each carried at least one hundred forty five asylum-seekers more flights are expected to depart in the coming days. Haitian officials have urged the us to stop the deportations warning. They don't have the resources to assist. The incoming asylum seekers as haiti is still reeling from last month's catastrophic earthquake immigrant. Justice advocate splash the biden administration for launching. What could be one of the most abrupt and largest mass deportations of asylum seekers or migrants in decades. This is a haitian asylum-seeker and del rio de todd. I don't want to be deported. If i'm deported. Now i'll die in haiti. Why because there's no security. In haiti they are bandits. There's civil war every day. Civil war with the police with the bandits police civil war very complicated. Because there's no leadership. In haiti there's nothing rights. Groups are also denouncing the us government's ongoing attempts to block ation asylum seekers from applying for refuge. Which is a violation of international law. We'll go to del. Rio texas after headlines in another blow for immigrant rights. The senate parliamentarian ruled sunday. Democrats cannot create a pathway to citizenship for millions of people as part of their three point five trillion dollar spending bill democrats were hoping to pass the measure which could grant citizenship to immigrants with temporary protected status or tps essential workers farmworkers those brought to the us this children bypassing the package through reconciliation without republican support. Democrats say they'll keep fighting for comprehensive immigration reform advisors to the food and drug administration recommended. Booster shots of the pfizer. Cove nineteen vaccine for people sixty five and older and those who are high risk of developing severe infections. The recommendation is far more limited than president. Biden's previously announced plan to offer boosters to anyone who already received two shots meanwhile pfizer announced. Their co vaccine is safe for children aged five to eleven and generates a strong immune response visor hopes to receive emergency use authorization soon in california fire crews are battling large wildfire in the sierra nevada. Mountains that's threatening sequoia national park home to the world's most massive trees over the weekend firefighters rap protective aluminum foil blankets around old growth sequoias including one nicknamed general sherman. The world's largest tree by volume the knp complex fire has grown to over twenty one thousand acres and is just three percent contained. The united nations warns the planets on course for catastrophic global temperature rise of two point seven degrees celsius. Even if nearly two hundred you and member states meet their stated goals for cutting emissions. That's far beyond the one point. Five degree goal of the paris climate accord and would mean a massive loss of lives and livelihood with whole ecosystems collapsing amidst deadly heat waves powerful storms and rising sea levels on friday. President biden unveiled a plan by the us and europe to cut global methane emissions by thirty percent by.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:55 min | 11 months ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Is democracy now about put us under a bridge where we slept and then we were taken to jail in texas. I spent five days in jail. Look what they gave us a blanket to sleep on the. Us is deporting hundreds of haitian asylum seekers from a makeshift camp of fifteen thousand people under a bridge texas despite protests from haiti which is facing a mounting humanitarian and political crisis following a devastating earthquake and the assassination of its president will go to del rio texas for the latest. Then we speak to an abortion provider in texas over the states near total ban on abortions over the weekend one texas doctor revealed he'd provided an abortion in open defiance said the law then we look at the deadly consequences of vaccine inequality more than five point. Seven billion does have been administer. Globally only two percent of those have been adam stood in africa. This leaves people at higher risk of disease and exposed to a deadly virus against which many other people around the will enjoy protection. We go to india. Where groups are calling on johnson and johnson to stop exporting indian made vaccines to wealthy nations including the united states that a time when hundreds of millions of people remain unvaccinated india as well as in africa all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I mean he could. The pentagon acknowledged friday the us drone strike that killed ten civilians including seven children in afghanistan in the final days of the us. Withdrawal was a tragic mistake. The pentagon previously asserted. The strike prevented an imminent threat by isis. K fighters but investigations quickly revealed the victims. Were instead aid. Workers tomorrow ahmadi and his family members his family's demanding a probe into the killing. This is his brother ramallah. A baby should accept impede their damages. They should come to me and apologized and offer condolences. Pay blood money. We are innocent as you should evacuate us in washington. Dc lawmaker said they would investigate the deadly strike while activists renewed calls for an end to us drone warfare. In other news from afghanistan most secondary classes resumed without female students as their fate remains unclear unto the new taliban leadership who only explicitly ordered male students to return to the classroom. Some boys refused to attend class until all students were allowed to return. Meanwhile the taliban mayor of kabul female municipal workers not to come to work on sunday. Women activists rallied in front of the building which used to house the ministry of women's affairs in kabul and agency. The taliban has done away with that. You cannot suppress the voice of afghan women by keeping girls at home and restricting them as well as by not allowing them to go to school. He cannot suppress the voice of afghanistan's women by turning the ministry of women into a ministry of the promotion of virtue and prevention of vice cannot suppress denniston women. Meanwhile aljazeera reports at least seven people were killed after a series of blasts in kabul in the eastern city of jalalabad. Saturday isis k. claimed responsibility for the attacks. The biden administration sent three deportation flights to haiti sunday as part of its efforts to speed up the mass expulsion over fourteen thousand haitian asylum-seekers who've been staying in a makeshift camp under a bridge. In del rio texas for days. The flights each carried at least one hundred forty five asylum-seekers more flights are expected to depart in the coming days. Haitian officials have urged the us to stop the deportations warning. They don't have the resources to assist. The incoming asylum seekers as haiti is still reeling from last month's catastrophic earthquake immigrant justice advocate splash lasted the biden administration for launching. What could be one of the most abrupt and largest mass deportations of asylum seekers or migrants in decades. This is a haitian asylum-seeker and del rio de todd. I don't want to be deported. If i'm deported. Now i'll die in haiti. Why because there's no security. In haiti they are bandits. There's civil war every day. Civil war with the police with the bandits police civil war very complicated. Because there's no leadership. In haiti there's nothing rights. Groups are also denouncing the us government's ongoing attempts to block ation asylum seekers from applying for refuge. Which is a violation of international law. We'll go to del. Rio texas after headlines in another blow for immigrant rights. The senate parliamentarian ruled sunday. Democrats cannot create a pathway to citizenship for millions of people as part of their three point five trillion dollar spending bill democrats were hoping to pass the measure which could grant citizenship to immigrants with temporary protected status or tps essential workers farmworkers those brought to the us this children bypassing the package through reconciliation without republican support. Democrats say they'll keep fighting for comprehensive immigration reform advisors to the food and drug administration recommended. Booster shots of the pfizer. Cove nineteen vaccine for people sixty five and older and those who are high risk of developing severe infections. The recommendation is far more limited than president. Biden's previously announced plan to offer boosters to anyone who already received two shots meanwhile pfizer announced. Their co vaccine is safe for children aged five to eleven and generates a strong immune response visor hopes to receive emergency use authorization soon in california fire crews are battling large wildfire in the sierra nevada. Mountains that's threatening sequoia national park home to the world's most massive trees over the weekend firefighters rap protective aluminum foil blankets around old growth sequoias including one nicknamed general sherman. The world's largest tree by volume the knp complex fire has grown to over twenty one thousand acres and is just three percent contained. The united nations warns the planets on course for catastrophic global temperature rise of two point seven degrees celsius. Even if nearly two hundred you and member states meet their stated goals for cutting emissions. That's far beyond the one point. Five degree goal of the paris climate accord and would mean a massive loss of lives and livelihood with whole ecosystems collapsing amidst deadly heat waves powerful storms and rising sea levels on friday. President biden unveiled a plan by the us and europe to cut global methane emissions by thirty percent by.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Odd Lots

"Horrible state. That hades the now tracy i. I think that's a good place to leave it for me unless you have anything further that works for me. Yeah i think you both laid it out the issue on wonderfully so. Thank you so much for coming on pots and walking us through how Two hundred bureau debt could still be relevant to today. Thanks for having us. Thank you so much. Thank you that really appreciate it. So joe. this is as you can probably tell a topic that i find endlessly fascinating partly because i think it says something wider about financial debt and. I don't think we think about this often enough. But debt is almost exclusively about morality and fairness in the sense that in order for to exist. Someone has to borrow and another person has to lend and someone ends up owing someone something so yeah and so there are so many judgments and norms that. Go into how. That story is told of who owes what to whom and why. And i don't think we step back and sort of consider those norms enough and the judgements. That are shaping how debt actually functions in how we think about it. Yeah you know the other thing. I completely agree. You know the other thing. that's interesting. is you know. Finance in general is like a kind of I i sometimes think finances a time machine because you're essentially you You know you can. You can have cash right now that would otherwise say like if you borrow money you can have cash right now. That would otherwise take several years worth of work. So you know you're sort transferring. Its transferring a value transferring of money across time and ugo and me to discuss. This is like. I said an extremely long version of that. And so you know it's one thing it's like we could all wrap our heads very concretely. House say debt that was taken out ten years ago may affect today. But there's no particular reason to think that a debt that's two hundred years old that people have forgotten about the people around the world don't even know about or had never thought about before might still be Relevant today it into kind of an extreme outlier but fundamentally is you say it's all part of the same question. But i guess that's what makes this particular case Extremely interesting and edme you to point it out. Sort of like worth holding into two odious debt literature. Totally and the other thing that i was thinking. And we've been talking a lot about this On all bots for the past year now but whether or not the extraordinary circumstances of twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One spark a wider reckoning on some of these complicated issues and i think we've spoken about attitudes towards debt shifting in the context of modern monetary theory and m. t. And i do wonder if given the terrible humanitarian situation unfolding. In haiti you have obeyed. You have the president getting assassinated. Now you have another catastrophic earthquake. I do wonder if If you could see a big shift in in the narrative around something like colonial era debt well this interesting because me to made this point that even prior. So you know it's like okay. Why is this an important thing to classify as odious debt. And as he put it out. Yes there is the legal dimension. But there's also the activists dimensioned there's the ngo dimension there's to kill the debt movement and.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on UN News

UN News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on UN News

"The delivery of lifesaving aid and medical supplies to millions of afghans must not be cut the u. n. health agency has said citing a threefold rise in the number of trauma cases according to the world health organization. Seventy the health facilities at support across afghanistan treated nearly fourteen thousand conflict related cases. Last month that compares with only four thousand and fifty seven cases senior a year ago sustained access to humanitarian assistance including essential. Health services and medical. Supplies is a critical lifeline. For millions of afghans must not be interrupted said dr amid madari the w eight show regional director for the eastern mediterranean the development comes as u n agencies repeated their commitment to stay and deliver assistance to those in need in afghanistan after the taliban secured the capital on sunday at a press conference in geneva. Un children's fund unicef said that eighteen million people in the country need aid assistance and one in three children is expected to be severely malnourished. This year his the agency's chief of filled operations and emergency mustapha. Ben massoud speaking from kabul on tuesday derek impacts office Inviting direct impact is civilian memorised. Children have seen injured in such a way that it's difficult to describe young children as young as ten month.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Flash flooding and says some local areas could get up to five inches of rain. You're listening to npr news. In haiti the death toll from last weekend's catastrophic earthquake is more than nineteen hundred people. Npr's jason bobi and isn't southern haiti and says ten thousand people were injured. The vast majority of the fatalities were in the southwestern most part of hating the tallies of vote deaths and injuries are expected to rise. Search and rescue operations continue in spots where people are still believed to be trapped. The number of injured is also expected to go up as hospitals have been struggling to treat all of the incoming u s coast guard helicopters. Have been ferrying. Some of the most critical patients to port au prince for more sophisticated treatment but others with less severe injuries have been waiting days to be seen medical aid groups and the haitian government say. They're doing the best. They can in extremely difficult conditions including tropical storm to get all the patients. Jason bobbie-ann npr news in southern haiti opening. Statements are set for today in new york in the federal trial of our nba star. R kelly. He's accused of sexual exploitation of girls and women and sexual trafficking among other charges. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to all the accusations separately. He faces federal charges in illinois on accusations of child pornography and obstructing justice is again pleaded not guilty. The george election board is poised to create a review panel. That could strip the state's most populous county of the power of running its own elections. The county is home to atlanta and many democratic voters georgia republican lawmakers claim without providing evidence. That the county's elections have been badly conducted on korva coleman. Npr news from washington support for npr and the following message. come from american express. Make the most of your life with offers on travel. Dining and entertainment. Learn more at american express dot com slash with amex..

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Rubble bill. There's a huge impact huge impact in while it's not as bad as that catastrophic earthquake we saw in two thousand ten. This is taking place right after the recent assassination of president giovanelli. Moe's i mean how is that loss of leadership affecting this crisis. You know i. It's taking place from right up. The fascination of a president originally prime minister in charge in the way that haiti's government structure that the prime minister is in charge of the day to day governance prior to his death. Presidential nominees was one of eleven elected officials and country of eleven point. Five million people hating was delayed in holding legislative elections parliament is nonfunctional. There's only ten senators out of thirty. So you know you're talking about a country that is quote unquote a democracy. But at the same time today. They're only ten elected leaders in this entire country. So there's been a lot of pressure for haiti to hold elections to hold them quickly but there are a lot of logistical and a lot of issues. That have to go in that in the current prime minister who hasn't really been in job barely much still needs to try to get some sort of political agreement or chord among the various political factions in order to move this country for with that movie the movie we call upon people to show solidarity with each other. Let's avoid panic in the face of this earthquake and how are haitians grappling. With all of this. What are they saying to you. The idea of an earthquake here. we go again For people who are from the south this is their twenty ten and they are people who are still dealing with hurricane matthew that is your reference point initial reports were flooding and destruction brown torrents of water that had washed homes and villages from the landscape. But only now three days after matthew we getting a clear picture of what. The aid agencies are facing everything maximus five years ago. I spoke to a lady today. Her house was barely rebuilt. She is a person who live off the land like most of the people in this area. She was hit by hurricane. Matthew was really wiped out and so what happened was when a quake happened. It did collapse on her. Her legs broken. She's in the yard of a hospital. They can't take people inside the hospital. One because the hostile itself has been damaged to. Psychologically people are afraid. They don't wanna go under. Need the building at this point in time and so she's she can't even imagine what rebuilding looks like she has to. She know that you're going to do it or right now. She's basically you know in. Her bed cannot get up. She says only god. Can you know at this point. You know the prime minister says that you know. When he was visiting this region his second visit and today's you know he met a woman who again lost her home is collaborative and only beenish. You want from the government with for them to basically help remove the debris and her home and it was an acknowledgement that the government didn't have any money wasn't expecting.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NPR News Now

"From last saturday's catastrophic earthquake that killed more than fourteen hundred people. Thousands are injured and many are homeless and were in the storm's path. A judge in arizona has ruled a new state law that bans mask. Mandates and schools has not yet taken effect from member station k. jay z. And phoenix bengals reports. Some school districts are defying state lawmakers and requiring students and staff to wear masks arizona republican lawmakers argued they meant for the law against mask mandates to apply immediately but mira copa county superior court judge. Randall warner found. They didn't follow the rules. Necessary to avoid a ninety day waiting period for new arizona. Laws that means phoenix union. High school district officials can require students and staff to wear masks at least until september. Twenty ninth when the ban on mask. Mandates takes effect following the ruling at least three more school districts in arizona announced. They'll also require masks on campus. A separate lawsuit has been filed challenging the constitutionality of the ban on mask mandates for npr news. I'm ben giles in phoenix renowned singer. Songwriter bob dylan has been sued in new york. A woman alleges that he drugged and sexually abused her decades ago when she was child. A spokesman for dylan says the claim is fifty six years old and is untrue. He also says that dylan will vigorously defend himself on korva coleman. Npr news in washington..

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Breaking tonight as we come on the air the us sending one thousand more troops. To afghanistan's capital is terrified. Afghan citizens and foreigners rush to flee the country new video just in tonight shows armed taliban forces inside the presidential palace in kabul us military helicopters racing to evacuate personnel from the american embassy. Smoke rising nearby. The scene eerily similar to the fall of saigon yet gan president leaving the country the kabul airport reportedly coming under attack thousands desperately racing to evacuate the us embassy urging americans to shelter in place the taliban releasing video claiming it shows the militants arriving in eastern afghanistan stunning developments in america's longest war as we approach twenty years since the terror attacks on nine eleven the white house releasing this photo of president biden receiving a briefing at camp david our extensive coverage tonight he and panels in afghanistan rachel scott and martha raddatz standing by also breaking tonight the death toll rising from the catastrophic earthquake in haiti hundreds more dead thousands of others injured and many still missing at this hour the powerful magnitude seven point two earthquake stronger than the quake that devastated the country back in two thousand ten the acting prime minister declaring a state of emergency homes and buildings reduced to rubble some residents staying makeshift shelters. Us joining the recovery effort. Matt gutman is in haiti tonight. We'll also tracking grace rapidly. Approaching haiti threatening to bring flooding rains and trigger dangerous landslides. The storm is part of the twin tropical threats now facing the. Us tropical storm warnings posted in florida. This our rob marciano timing it all out and the deadly summer kobe surge pushing hospitals to the brink the us recording more than one hundred forty thousand new cases for two days in a row now hospitals under siege from the relentless delta variant and heartbreaking scenes like this on folding across the country a doctor sharing footage from inside and overwhelmed. Kobe ward in arkansas. And what dr anthony foul she just said about the possibility of booster shots in the future from abc news world headquarters in this world news tonight. Good evening everyone..

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I want to thank you so much for talking with us and thank you for making news of the world which I enjoyed so much. Paul Greengrass. It's really been a pleasure. Thanks a lot. Paul Greengrass directed the new film News of the World, starring Tom Hanks. It's currently playing in theaters and is available on premium video on demand. We recorded our interview January 12th. Nadia Oh Soo is a Whiting award winning writer and urban planner. Her new memoir, Aftershocks delves deep into the fault lines of her own racial identity and family story. Book critic Maureen Corrigan has this review. When Nadia a wuss, who was seven years old and living in Rome, with her father, stepmother, younger sister and baby half brother. Two events occurred on the same day that up ended her world. The first was a disaster. She didn't experience personally but heard about on the radio. Ah, catastrophic earthquake in Armenia where her mother's family had lived before they sought refuge in America. The second was the sudden appearance of her mother, standing nervously at the front door, gripping a pair of red balloons in her hands. A wuss who hadn't seen her mother for three years. But now there, she Woz along with her silence. Second husband They've been vacationing in Italy. Her mother whisk Nadia and her sister off for a day of fun before she vanished again. As happens, especially in the minds of Children, those two events became sod erred together in memory. Here's how was who puts it in her new memoir. When I was seven, my mother showed up with an earthquake and red balloons. I remember her shaking hands and I remember the shaking earth. In me private and seismic tremors cannot be separated. Ah wusses, lyrical and tough memoir is called aftershocks. And though it first it may seem like an overly dramatic conceit for a wuss. Ooh, to tell the story of her life in terms of tremors, seismic shock waves and fault lines, Those metaphors quickly come to seem apt. Even restrained. A rooster's memoir is a classic search for identity story, one. That's complicated by the fact that the ground beneath a wusses feet is so unstable. A wuss is out of the picture. Mother is white and Armenian American. Her beloved father is black from Ghana. His work with the United Nations gave Nadia and her siblings a cosmopolitan upbringing. Italy, England, Ghana, Ethiopia, Uganda. But no fix sense of home. Being bi racial intensified a wusses apartness. And then there are the abandonments that fractured a wuss is life one I've mentioned already. Her mother's unexplained departure when Nadia was four. That's followed by the death of her father when she's 13 and almost simultaneously the refusal of her mother to take in her and her sister. Instead a wuss who lived tempestuous Lee with her stepmother until she left for college in New York, where not surprisingly, in her late twenties, she experienced a breakdown. A wuss who devotes a portion of this memoir to surveying the ruptured histories of the many countries she's connected to. But it's her striking personal story and charged language that makes aftershocks compelling. Speaking of her father's death, a wuss who comes to realize that grief is slow, internal bleeding. Reflecting on the stories she'd heard about the opposition of her father's family and Ghana to his marriage to her white mother. Ah, Woo suk passes on this critical folk adage. Any river loses its identity when entering the sea. Feeling her breakdown approaching a looser, describe stumbling out of the speeding purgatory of her subway train running into her apartment and spending seven mostly sleepless days, rocking in a ratty blue chair. She picked up off the street. There. She forces herself to confront questions about my up ended dislocated body and mind about the geography and geology of my experience about who I Woz and how I'd ended up in the blue chair about finding my way out of it. Aftershocks, A wuss whose father had told her on the day of the Armenian earthquake are the Earth's delayed reaction to stress. Wusses breakdown is one kind of aftershock. This well wrought, often powerful memoir is another. Maureen Corrigan teaches literature at Georgetown University. She reviewed aftershocks by Nadia, who sue Coming up some facts and myths about exercise. We talk with Harvard Professor Daniel Lieberman, author of the new book Exercised, Why Something We never evolved to do is healthy and rewarding. I'm Terry Gross. And this is fresh air. Weekend.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Already begun testing actually they've that they conducted one recently to have an effect in Taiwan I believe psychological effect a professor of the year slowing there are people who have had theories about the dams and all kinds of things regarding the slowing of the earth's anything on that I don't know about this more rapid solicitors has been slowing but it's it's a very low rate of some interval on prison time if you go back to the the Paleozoic era of the four hundred billion years ago we concur fossil corals and we certainly see that there were all of the day was shorter because you're the spinning faster back then we know that we have more days in the months we can count growth ring soon and we know this from this you can pretty well and pretty accurately calculate the rate is slowing I don't know off hand with regard to the Chinese of course every nuclear explosions can create an earthquake but not a catastrophic what we're doing again with a point source and and is a pretty big world and even on a curve balls of big things when they're encased in Turkey they create seismic effects but not anything that would create a a catastrophic earthquake you wouldn't want to drop one down the Hayward fault let it go that's definitely the case you could definitely wouldn't answer to why understanding the Chinese always have a sense of doing this in highly stable areas but again this is how our senses with the ball balls anyway yes that's right he's the Rockies you're on the air with professor ward not a lot of time.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOMO

"Earthquakes even still a catastrophic earthquake can still lead to mud flows in rock falls but newly emerging research focuses specifically on subduction zone earthquakes like our own Cascadia subduction zone these earthquakes trigger your lan size than you might expect the lead scientist on the project tells me that while the study focused along the Oregon coastline similar results would be likely found in parts of western Washington I'm meteorologist Abby a county commonness what does a hundred and fifty million dollars get you in California the highest priced home ever sold it appears ABC's Alex stone explains from Los Angeles it's known as the Beverly hillbillies mansion because it's the home shown in the credits of the classic TV sitcom it is a massive is stated now it's apparently set a new California sales records selling for reportedly about one hundred fifty million dollars sources are telling the LA times the deal is done at one point it was priced at three hundred fifty million each twenty five thousand square feet dome sits on ten acres of prime real estate also part of the deal the former home of president Reagan and wife Nancy which is behind the main gate Alex down ABC news Los Angeles at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on hello insurance money update stocks did more whole lot today ending the session slightly higher the Dow Jones industrials rose twenty nine points the nasdaq composite gained thirty seven the S. and P. five hundred had nine two years ago glassdoor rank Facebook as the best place to work in the U. S..

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOMO

"Produced a catastrophic earthquake and life threatening tsunami here in western Washington nine by no it's a horrifying for me because I think people there's going to be a lot of people in need the constitution already allows the legislature emergency powers if we experience an enemy attack however those catastrophic incident that allow the government this kind of flexibility did it include natural disasters until now Robert is sell with the state military department explains what this new amendment would look like in practical means let's say we do have a major earthquake let's say the capitol campus is severely damaged let's say that a number of legislators are victims of the event what it does is it gives us the ability to reconstitute government let's say in eastern Washington this resolution was overwhelmingly approved by legislators this last session however not everyone was supportive so opponents say that this is vaguely worded and open to the possibility of the views of our what do you say to them and how do you respond I don't think it's very vaguely worded at all hi say we've cut the federal definition of a catastrophic event put it into law with some minor changes here's the legal language it reads in part catastrophic incident that results in extraordinary levels of mass casualties damage or destruction severely affecting the population supporters of this new amendment say these emergency powers wouldn't be awarded to the government in the event of a smaller weather hazard like a localized flood or tornado the impact to life and property would have to be significant and wide spread in order for the government to operate in this way I'm meteorologist Abby economy companies your call will propel insurance money update lots of green arrow's right now on Wall Street will take a closer look at those numbers in just a moment first if you have an older model Samsung TV you might want to.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What are some of these other artificial intelligence, so wonderful programs that value your injury, claiming they offer you, and they said that's all we can do because that's all that's all in the limits of I have that's all the authority. I have policy limits might be five hundred thousand dollars. But I can only offer you four thousand three hundred twenty two dollars. How did they come to this number? Now, we're talking about these computer programs. There's other ones there's other programs. One was called ace AC that was state farm advanced claims excellence stood for advanced claims excellence. These computer programs are advanced claims excellence to save money on claims if you have if you have as an insurance company four point four million claims, and you save a thousand dollars or five thousand dollars or ten thousand dollars on each claim what he got. But it have. Kinda mind Barinas an all right. So there was another program called as there was another one. Con internal program that was finally discovered called ready. Bring back a billion bring back a billion. So when insurance company I won't give their name suffered major catastrophic claims payouts in California on earth quake coverage and they needed money back in their company and their CEO came up with a new program called bring back billion because they paid out over two billion dollars on the catastrophic earthquake damages in claims and they need so they bring back a billion. We brought bring back a billion through our claims adjusting. So that's another way that they attack your claim. And so not only do you face the attack that they want forums that you're not supposed to give. They want information from you. They're not going to give you information. But then when they finally get your relevant medical records. They input it into these artificial intelligence programs, and here you go. And I think they often ask for your social security number because it looking for any opportunity attack you whether it's through medical bills medical records. They can find something your background limit them from having to pay claim trying to find it. Whether they're Gary wasn't there sometime in the past. There was a book called from Boston. Good hands, the boxing gloves about, you know, one of these insurance companies that there was a book called something. Like are you in good hands, boxing gloves, one of part of it dealt with McKinsey and company in the college program. We're talking about these artificial intelligent programs. Right. Okay. There was another program called quest for gold. My goodness, folks. Come on. You've been injured in a car accident. Your next has been hurting for nine months. Now, the doctor says you need injections. This was not your fault, and they got some kind of artificial artificial intelligence program value in your claim, and they don't even input half the words in the words, they're doing put down downgrade the value of your claim, and maybe some dozen it doesn't even considered. I just read you the concussion part, the the mild traumatic brain injury, the moderate traumatic brain injury. If you were hit by a blunt object, the programs don't even consider it. Good. Bye. Hello. Right. So you can you can win this war. So once we pulled back the curtains, and we see behind the scenes, we can do this. We talked about the as program and somebody's insurance. These companies finally got sanctioned and some of them got sued. And one of them. I don't think you'd believe it. But one of his USAA there's a class action in Montana. Because and part of the the class action and Martina the lawsuit.

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"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"catastrophic earthquake" Discussed on KCRW

"It's not gonna let me tell good phone. So he's telling me that his son was born with half, a heart. He kept saying that half, a heart. And I asked him mourn clear that he was worried about his son having a heart condition a medical condition that he's sick. And that the couldn't find help for their son in Salvador and the dad thinks that his son will have a better shot at better medical care staying alive in the United States. And what happened when the family got to the US border? So they got to wanna about a week ago and asked for Silom at the border. They were all detained. And then separated the mom and her kids were put in one facility and two Nelson. The dad was put in another facility for men only, then he was sent back to Mexico. He says since he couldn't prove he was the dad or the husband because he's not married to his partner. They don't have the same last name. James, and he doesn't have the same last name as the kids. So he was sent back and the mom and the kids weren't sent back to Mexico because they're not separating parents from the children at least not in mass, and you can't send kids back to Mexico. So they remained in the US. So when I talked to him he was alone in Mexico. Noon of. Doug, again, democatic ways he's saying here that he hasn't talked to his family since they were separated, he doesn't know where they are in the United States and Denilson doesn't have a lawyer. He's in another country completely cut off. I mean, he had to borrow a phone to talk to me, and he's been sleeping on the streets. And it'll be another month before he has a court hearing in San Diego. So what are the likely next for Denilson and looking at this Friday when remain in Mexico is put on possible that effect anyway, it should affect him very directly his next asylum. Hearing is in early may. And if he makes progress in that case he'll remain in the United States instead of being returned back to Mexico again. So he'll remain in the United States. What happens after that is a little uncertain? He could remain detained. He could get deported loses case or he could progress with this case remain in the US fight for asylum and. Perhaps join his family they may be on separate tracks. It's unsure when he and his family may see each other again, Monica was this remain in Mexico policy. Put in place at all. We'll President Trump says there's this widespread fraud among asylum-seekers, the asylum process takes years and Trump says that people gain entry to the US by saying that they want to Silom and that they disappear while their cases progress in courts, of course, critic say that Trump is very upfront about not wanting people seeking asylum to enter the United States at all that he wants to block asylum seekers, and that this policy was one way to do that. So judges stop the remain in Mexico policy for now, what will this mean for bureaucracy at the border, so it's one policy, but there are plenty of other challenges that asylum-seekers face at the border one of them is that if you go up to the border and asked for asylum. You still have to get on these waiting lists. It's this metering. They call it. And so these waiting lists are very long, they just give you a chance to go up to a border fischel and ask for Silom. So even with this judge's ruling this week. There's still plenty of challenges that people face at the border, and while the Trump administration struck out this week in the courts, we can expect other ways that they'll make it much tougher. Monica Cambo following the latest developments on Trump's soon to be put on pause remain in Mexico policy. Monica. Thank you. You're welcome. Still on the immigration tip. The catastrophic earthquake in Haiti nine years ago wreck the capital and killed hundreds of thousands of people. The social and economic damage was so intense that the US cut a break for Haitians who are living in the US without papers. They could stay in work legally with temporary protected status or TPS. You've probably heard that. Now, President Trump wants to end the TPS program reporter, Amy Bracken has the story of what ending TPS would mean for one Haitian family that split between Boston and Haiti one note this family also asked not to use their real names because of their uncertain immigration status. This is where Marie lives.

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