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"chamisa" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"But you know if there is a lot of still proprietary code that is not under a patent, but also that you know that they're talking about that is perhaps maybe a trade secret or that could be a differently classified thing. But we go back to apple. It is known for diversifying its part sources as much as possible to Dr price competition between those suppliers and make sure that they're able. To provide, you know, for less and with this apple and Qualcomm and Intel. There's been a lot of talk about how much everyone wants to pay or everyone wants to offer to be able to provide a modem to apple for its very, very popular iphones. And I think our next story which talks about to say, yeah, telecom, Qualcomm is still positive that they can have a relationship with Apple's still. I hope they do because I have a story for you guys. Well, boy, now the issue is over the price of the intellectual property. So there is a precedent for this kind of thing. Where back in back in China and we know a lot of Chinese manufacturers are prominently showing Qualcomm 's name on the back of their phones. If you look at that show me me eight explorer addition, the locals, like right there in the back in the translucent adding. Yeah. But clearly there's there had to be some way for Qualcomm to provide their patents and also in a way provide their products to these Chinese manufacturers in a way that actually worked for this Chinese manufacturers. So back in Beijing, there was a there was a claim that was made. There was there was a final claim that said that there has to be a lower rate at Qualcomm provides to Chinese manufacturers which might add to the whole point that Chinese phones like Chamisa are generally a little bit lower price when it comes when you compare them to their western constituents. But yeah, I'm Qualcomm is still thinking that once those things are ironed out, they could. They could possibly come back into the apple fold..

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"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Emerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe on Sunday. This comes after the election campaign which was widely seen to be neither free no fair. Although the vote itself was peaceful in the immediate often beyond me shot and killed at least six demonstrators and a campaign of retribution has been taking place against polling agents and opposition supporters across the country. The results of the vote, which in the constitutional court by Nelson Chamisa and his opposition MDC alliance, the court ruling dismissing. The challenge and confirming mnangagwa's president will be it with a smaller percentage of the vote has drawn international condemnation and would appear to indicate that the judiciary is highly partisan. Well, David Coltart is a human rights lawyer and a former MDC minister for education and a Senator in the Zimbabwe government. He joins me on the line from Bulawayo. David was the court case fair. Good morning. Gene note wasn't. It it was. Completely unjust from beginning to end the way the court proceedings were managed in my view was unjust for a very complicated case. The the original petition was over two hundred pages long. It had very detailed allegations, not just of voter fraud, but of constitutional violations. And they gave the lower twenty minutes to put forward his argument before the case even began. The government had fictive denied to me. So three South African Council who again, to argue particular aspects of the case. So just at the beginning, the the case got off to a very poor start. And I mean, when doesn't have to have a lot of legal knowledge to see that the stage being erected for the inauguration before the hearing has been handed down. Kili mean something's up will exactly in famous. The constitution does say that within forty eight hours of the constitutional court handing down its judgment. The new president has to be inaugurated Serse. Suppose they could have used that that argument. But we had far too many other stories going about how prepared they were for Emma Simpson gangway to be the chosen candidate will or others president at which indicated that of course, they knew the result. So what happens next legally can can there be an appeal, any kind of challenge? No, that's the end of the road. The constitutional court is the highest court in the land of the constitution itself is very clear that any challenge to an election ends with that judgment Nelson, Tim ISA has appealed to an African court, but it's largely symbolic. It has no power to dictate to this Imbaba Ian government toot to, for example, reverse any decision. So does it. The government really needs the international community, not least to stabilize the economy what can be done then by other countries is it just seen as interfering in a sovereign state. To the international community going forward is that we don't need any waste of agenda. We simply need international community to. Referred to symboblic constitution as Bob. We actually has a very good constitution was passed by referendum in two thousand and thirteen, although test some Arizona. Generally it is an excellent document and what the international community needs to do is to hold misdemeanor godwit to the principles contained in that constitution. What next then for this very divided country. I mean, there are two schools of thought one is that we just need to pull together and four symboblic to be a nation that works. We must go forward. And there are others who say, no, this is completely unfair, and we should never ever support this man who is really committed genocide and it has stolen election. One point two, Gina, this is known about Amazon. Managua wasn't about Robert Mugabe. It's about an unjust system. At present. It's about the overwhelming control that the military has in our society, and that is what needs to change. We've had thirty eight years of this in particular in the last two decades. We've had the military involved in the DRC involved in business. We've had them she involved in our own diamond fields. We've had the military involved in effecting the outcome of elections and swatting the the will of the people and that is the issue going forward. If we just accept the situation, we will result in it while they will result in in us having a military dictatorship innocence for the next ten twenty years. And if that is the case, Zimbabwe's potential will never be realized. Geiger's catchphrases Zimbabwe's open for business. But when he took over Nov. off to the ta-chou's and bubbas international debt was five billion US dollars..

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Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

Global News Podcast

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

"For twenty years. Research is in front studied thousands of adults to analyze the connection between wrinkles on the Foret and the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. The team found that people with the most wrinkles with ten times more likely to die than those with no wrinkles. Once the research is did not find a definitive link between increased wrinkles and the risk of death from heart disease is believed that the hardening of arteries you to plank build up maybe the cools and his blood vessels in the Freud, assoc mall that the first show the banks of vessel aging whilst fried brow is no better predicting cardiovasc-. Risk than existing methods. Researchers said their findings could help raise concerns soon

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Elon Musk, NPR and Pope Francis discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Elon Musk, NPR and Pope Francis discussed on NPR News Now

"Is in Ireland. On the first papal visit. There are nearly four decades. He's due to visit a shelter for homeless families later this hour, but it is official. Welcome earlier today. Irish, prime Minister, Leo varada car, publicly urged the pope to put action behind his condemnation of decades of clergy, sexual abuse, there's much to be done to bring about Justice and truth on healing for the victims and survivors. Holy Father. We ask that you use your office and influence to ensure that this is done here in Ireland and also around the world. Pope Francis told a state reception, the scandal and the churches failure to adequately address it is repugnant.

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The Latest: Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

Global News Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

The Latest: Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

"Then Bob way held its breath as the country's constitutional coup review petition by the opposition challenging last month's presidential election, victory of MSN Menin gangwar ahead of the ruling the streets in the capital Harare were almost empty delivering the verdict, chief Justice league Malabo said the allegations of election, tampering. By the opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa unsubstantiated the court finds that the 'applicant is failed to bliss before you eat clear direct sufficient and credible evidence today that he alleges, Mont election process, materially existent. You know, though, is there was no proof of the hub innings of these irregularities as a metal fact, but no Ola happy with the coots decision as fit and the opposition MDC Tendai BT said his paws, he would continue to work towards the mood Democratics in bubbly. We will remain in the trenches fighting for democratic change. You know, country through pitiful constitional means with all disturbed before we've taken the blues like today. But with with this incredible capacity, affording down, investing ourselves in looking at least in the in, we never blink is a middle principal correspondent in Harare, shin guy, Neal was in couth when the verdict was delivered. The judge did give more details on why they arrived at that decision about what he did say is that the the mole index drooling would be. Released at a later stage that he saints any. What he said is that the the the Nelson Chamisa would have to provide substantial evidence aflame to void this inaction. He also saved that Nelson Chamisa had not a used old legal remedies that were available to him that he could have ordered a recount and that he also could have unsealed a requested for the Bennett books as to be unsealed a, he had alleged a huge, a massive irregularities in terms of a ghost voting double counting of results. And the judge said that if only he had applied for the ballot boxes to be open to that might have been substantiated, but it wasn't. And so now an Elson chummy Chamisa we'll have to go back to the join boat to decide what his next move is a while. President Emmerson Mnangagwa is preparing for his inauguration. That by law is expected to happen within the next forty eight dollars. Now you say they have. Go by decide what the next move is. The opposition had said that they wouldn't accept any outcome from this that wasn't in that faith us a to this leave the movement for democratic change. Why can they won't come? They do well for many people to have very limited avenues, especially given the fact that this comb court ruling in the constitutional court ruling. They cannot appeal against its final of what they have say does that they intend to have a press conference tomorrow, win. Nelson Chamisa will map out the way forward. They have said that they still want to dispute this ruling, but that they will do that within the confines of the law. It's not clear whether they're going to reach out to Amazon mnangagwa's to try to come to some kind of an agreement to accommodate them within government or whether they're going to take a diplomatic route to go around the world and essentially voice. They concerns about this. This contested

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Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

A Public Affair

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe opposition now rejects election ruling

"The constitutional quotas Zimababwe has. Upheld the election victory of president Emmerson Mnangagwa paving the way for his inauguration it dismissed an appeal by the, opposition leader Nelson Chamisa who'd alleged there was widespread rigging in last month's vote chief Justice looked. Malabo who said the, opposition and failed to provide evidence delivered the ruling Amazon Dumbledore non Godoi is declared the winner of the presidential. Elections On the July two thousand eighteen after the ruling president, Mellon Gagua called for unity in the opposition MDC, said it's response would be within

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Nelson Chamisa, Ilkka President Trump and John Bolton discussed on Hugh Hewitt

Hugh Hewitt

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Nelson Chamisa, Ilkka President Trump and John Bolton discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"President Trump's. National security advisor. Says there is, no timetable for the release of the, administration's widely anticipated Mideast peace plan John Bolton says. A lot of progress has been made but he refuses speculate

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Zimbabwe court to hear opposition election challenge Aug. 22

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01:18 min | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe court to hear opposition election challenge Aug. 22

"Lawyers representing Zimbabwe's. President Emmerson Mnangagwa filed papers, urging the country's constitutional court to throw out an, opposition challenge to his election the this Imbaba electoral commission has said, Emma Gagua, and the. Ruling Zanu PF party won the July thirtieth election it was the first election without former longtime ruler Robert Mugabe on the ballot the electoral commission said Emin Gagua received fifty point eight percent of the vote and his main challenger Nelson Chamisa forty four point three, percent the main opposition. MDC party filed a legal challenge to the results on Friday alleging gross mathematical errors and calling for, a fresh vote or a declaration that Chamisa had one Emma Godoi lawyer and spokesman for the sano. PF party, called the challenge political and said it has no merit there's no sound argument raised by Nelson Chamisa To challenge the electoral victory of prison Amazon He is no legal challenge one is not. Complied with, the taken code Rusal the court and Secondly the case is normally the constitutional court has about, two weeks to, rule on the opposition petition challenging the

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North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

"Gathering in. Brussels explains why the staff going. On strike there are different reasons for different. Countries so the staff it's about base, transfers it's the fact that they. Could go to any of eighty destinations around Europe suddenly be thousands of miles away from the family and what they are saying is sometimes pilots, of

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BBC, North Korea and Donald Campbell discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

05:54 min | 2 years ago

BBC, North Korea and Donald Campbell discussed on Morning Edition

"They went wrong director too eager to be billion we'll be looking. At the impact fairly. House on businesses and individuals it's just really embarrassing, you want to go in hiding on exploring weather being more. Open about our mistakes might make, us more successful. I love discussion. While someone says this is wrong this is failure we're on. A, mission to find. Out the secret, of failing well that's global business after the news Hello I'm David Harper with. The BBC news the US secretary, of state Mike Pompeo has had diplomatic and economic pressure. Must be maintained on North Korea over its nuclear program but he said he was optimistic that the. Process for denuclearization would be achieved he was speaking after United Nations report. Found that North Korea had not stopped its nuclear and. Missile, programs Mr. Pompeo is. Attending. An Asian regional conference in Singapore charisma the Swannee is that even in the lead up to this summit it was very clear what the US is priorities at the summit we're. Going to be he wanted to emphasize the importance of keeping up. Economic sanctions you know. He said diplomatic and economic sanctions but frankly it's, really the economic sanctions that have taken a real chunk out. Of the North Korean regime's ability, to fund itself. Needs says it's. Vital for Asian governments to keep that pressure up and that. Was, the message he brought to the The summit today thousands of women. In the South Korean capital Seoul taking part in the latest protests against what they say is an epidemic. Of secretly filmed spike ham pornography Joanna jolly reports wearing. Red, t-shirts and with their faces covered the women wave banners with the, slogan my life is not your porn this is the latest demonstration. Against the use of. Secret recordings made on cameras hidden in changing rooms toilets and, public spaces, the finish, from these is shed, widely on, illegal porn sites the protesters say not enough is being done to punish the men who filmed. Distribute and view these images since, they began in may the mass demonstrations have become the. Biggest ever female lead protest movement in South Korea The United. States has urged Zimba as opposition leaders to, accept the official, results of the presidential elections which gave victory to the ruling party's Emmerson Mnangagwa the US State Department said those with grievances should pursue them peacefully through, established, legal, channels China urged respect for this Imbaba and people's choice the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected, the results saying the poll was. Rigged Gladys Tsunga cheerie an election observer helps to register women voters before the, poll in as much as we're able to. Mobilize in get citizens to engage with candidates across political parties. Will also says the a lot of intimidation that was happening especially in rural communities where people what ended those meetings then being threatened to say short the ruling party lose we will deal with you after the election Protesters, in, Iran are reported to of attacked a religious school in the latest in a wave of demonstrations across the country the head of a seminary in the northern town of Esther Hart said five hundred people chanting anti-government slogans trying, to break down doors and light fires sporadic protests in various cities have largely been largely, driven by anger at. The economic situation will news from the BBC The Israeli navy has intercepted a, Swedish flagged activists boat heading towards the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break Israel's blockade of. The territory is the second boat to be seized. In less than a week the vessel called freedom for Gaza was carrying twelve people and medical equipment a Russian helicopter carrying. Oil workers has crashed in the Siberian region of KRAsnoyarsk killing at least, eighteen people the Russian, transport ministry, said the aircraft went down near an, oil, installation about one hundred and eighty kilometers from the town of Isaka. It had fifteen passengers and three crew on board The group of Thai boys who. Spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave have left a. Monastery where they spent time as Buddhist novices eleven boys and their football coach entered the temple in memory. Of a volunteer diver who died during, the rescue the twelfth boy is Christian and was not ordained the authorities have urged the media. To give them time to adjust to normal life In Britain the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to take to the water shortly for the first time in more than fifty years to, undergo trials, in Scotland high speed boat crashed in the late. District in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven killing the pilot Donald Campbell Katrina Renton reports Donald Campbell was attempting to break his own water. Speed record of two hundred and seventy six miles per hour he had reached speeds of more than three hundred miles per hour when Bluebird flipped and crashed on Coniston water. In the lake district Donald, Campbell lost his life while Bluebird broke up and sank but the jet engine hydroplane that, held seven world records was salvaged from the lake in two, thousand one after a painstaking seventeen year restoration she was loaded onto a trailer and brought onto the isle of. Beauty yesterday evening today she will be lowered onto. 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Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

A Public Affair

05:00 min | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

"This is the BBC news it's union. McDonald Zimbabwe's newly reelected president Emmerson mnangagwa's insisted the elections were free and fear he says his rival. Nelson Chamisa had a crucial role to play in Zimbabwe's future but he also had the. Right to challenge the outcome Mr.. Jimmy says his party is, prepared to present evidence in court. That vote-rigging. Led to. His loss Mr. mnangagwa's. Defended. The election is open to the world Fiftieth. We went out. You know millions to share or future Yeah it, was British in Zimbabwe democracy First of all of unfettered freedom with is of the world, when us? We, believe what if free fair, election Officials in eastern Afghanistan. At least twenty five people have been killed in a suicide attack. On a mosque used by the Shia community hundreds of people were taking part in Friday prayers inside the mosque in Gardez the capital of Factoria province when two men wearing women's burqas entered into opened fire at least one blew himself up in, Turkey is handed down life sentences to. Nine people over the bombing of a peace rally in two thousand fifteen. Which killed more than one hundred people the attack shortly before elections proved a turning point in the full skill revival. Of Turkey's conflict with his car dish. Minority Virginia Gidley kitchen reports the twin explosions outside Ankara's main railway station targeted a peace rally pro-kurdish labor activists the demonstrators had gathered to call for an end to the growing violence. Between the government and Kurdish PKK militants fury survivors blamed the government for failing to provide security for the rally even though Previous Kurdish peace rally had been attacked. The government itself held these state group responsible for the explosions however ignoring a unilateral ceasefire declared by the PK. The government responded by redoubling its attacks on PKK targets Britain's Prime. Minister Theresa May's meeting president Macron is summer retreat in an apparent attempt to soften French resistance to our plan for leaving the European Union is the latest in a series of British meetings with individual European leaders and officials here's a reporter Adam, Fleming Brexit is just one of the. Subjects on the agenda for this meeting among the vineyards and beaches of. The south of France MRs may will want to explain her white paper on the future relationship with the EU leader. To leader but it's not clear if. President Macron will judge it as enough movement from the UK for the EU to change its long-standing and collectively agreed approach to Brexit and Brussels feels that needs to be more movement, on outstanding Voice issues such as. The, Irish border before serious discussions about the future. BBC news China says it has plans to impose new. Import tariff some sixty billion dollars worth of US goods the commerce ministry said the plans would go ahead if Washington did not back. Down from President Trump's threat to slap import tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. It says its. Plans were rational unrestrained the United States is implemented sanctions against three foreign businesses over their alleged activities with North Korea the measures effect to. Russian Bank and the Chinese and the Korean firm as well as a Moscow-based individual the Justice department said. They were helping North Korea the UN Security Council sanctions NASA has named the nine astronauts who will fly to the international space station on new spacecraft built by Elon Musk's SpaceX corporation and Boeing next April the seven species And to space women are part of. NASA's commercial crew program a new project working. With US aerospace companies to develop the next generation of space craft following the space shuttle's retirement seven years ago Nicole own Apu man a US Marine Lieutenant Colonel will fly aboard. The Boeing star liner spacecraft she said. It was an opportunity of a lifetime debris involved in the test and development and then to. Be there on launch day and to experience the result of all that, hard work it's going to be. A proud moment for the team it's going to. Be a proud moment for America so I'm just grateful to be able to help usher in this new era of American spaceflight and as a test pilot it doesn't get any, better than this The Russian foreign ministry says an American sailor who appears to have wandered, aimlessly in the bearing see for two weeks is safe. And well a spokeswoman said John Martin from Anchorage. In Alaska had been sailing on the Yukon river when he decided to venture into the open sea reports quote him as, saying he was planning to reach China BBC news Wwl RT thanks listener.

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"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Was expected to tell the world and to tell his voters, his constituency, the people that voted for him what his next move was going to be. He was likely to tell them, Bob wins that he was going to dispute the election results and take it to court because he says that he has evidence to show that this election was stolen. Those allegations, of course, being denied by electoral commission, even earlier on in the day, the incumbent president Emmerson Mnangagwa while calling for calm. At this stage, it does not seem to be the case with riot police interrupting what was supposed to be a news conference by the opposition movement for democratic change. I think it's fair to say, looking at the pictures that riot police are trying to put a stop to this news conference. We are again, looking at the police riot shields. You can see a number of Batman's up in the people still have cameras up this still trying to capture the situation, but obviously those who wanted to give the press conference on nothing control anymore. I suppose one option Numsa after this narrow victory would have been to say to the MDC, join us in government, but there's been new hint that as far as I can tell, how about you? Well, it was a very slender win by the governing Zanu PF party candidate Emmerson Mnangagwa who won this vote by just over fifty percent of the the votes. We are expecting that he will speak to the nation in light of the. Tense situation that is currently unfolding, particularly here in the capital Harare with that press conference, being interrupted like that riot, police still all over that place, stuffing what was supposed to be a press conference by your position movement for democratic change Nelson Chamisa. The leader of the MDC was expected to tell the country what he was going to do, what he's next move would have been. And now what we are expecting to see is how the world will react to what is currently unfolding here in Zimbabwe. Gnome cert- Maseko in Zimbabwe. And the latest we're hearing is the news conference still hasn't gone ahead of the news now as many as twenty people to feared dead in a suicide attack on a mosque in eastern Afghanistan. Several attackers blew themselves up inside the mosque in Gardez the capital of Paktiya province Jimmy, giving reports. Initial reports suggest suicide bombers entered the crowded mosque during Friday prayers. They first opened fire on worshipers. Then detonated their explosives more than sixty. People were rushed to local hospitals and it's feared the number of dead may continue to rise. The mosque was used by members of Afghantistan Shia minority. They've been targeted many times in the past by the Islamic state group, which is under growing pressure from US air strikes and Afghan ground offensives and also in many areas fighting the Taliban, Jill mcgivering. The World Health Organization says the current outbreak of a Boola in eastern Congo began with the death of a sixty five year old woman in Mangueira hospital about thirty kilometers from the city of Benny. The u. n. health agency says, there are also several cases in neighboring it to re province. The outbreak came just days after another outbreak that killed thirty three people in north western DRC and that since been declared over James Koppel's book to Dr Peter Salah. Emma, the WHO's deputy director general for emergency preparedness and response. It is indeed really bad news, very unfortunate for such a poor country, a fragile state of the Democratic Republic of Congo to be hit by another outbreak. So quickly after the last one was declared over is is very serious. In fact, in some ways, it may be an even more complex outbreak to deal with than the last one simply because north kiva who was really the site of very active conflict. There are more than a hundred groups in that part of the province, and and it's going to be extremely complex exercise to access the civilian population in order to find the cases and find the context and stop the outbreak. In addition to that north who neighbors on Uganda. So we have a real risk to neighboring countries as well. She's still not points about the groups. I mean, when we talk about Benny on this program throughout the BBC is very often because of attacks by militia groups, and so on. How do you. The Congolese authorities work. Are you in contact? Will you be in contact with, for example, a rebel group to say, look, we need to get into your area..

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"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Was expected to tell the world and to tell his voters, his constituency, the people that voted for him what his next move was going to be. He was likely to tell them, Bob wins that he was going to dispute the election results and take it to court because he says that he has evidence to show that this election was stolen. Those allegations, of course, being denied by electoral commission, even earlier on in the day, the incumbent president Emmerson Mnangagwa while calling for calm. At this stage, it does not seem to be the case with riot police interrupting what was supposed to be a news conference by the opposition movement for democratic change. I think it's fair to say, looking at the pictures that riot police are trying to put a stop to this news conference. We are again, looking at the police riot shields. You can see a number of Batman's up in the people still have cameras up this still trying to capture the situation, but obviously those who wanted to give the press conference on nothing control anymore. I suppose one option Numsa after this narrow victory would have been to say to the MDC, join us in government, but there's been new hint that as far as I can tell, how about you? Well, it was a very slender win by the governing Zanu PF party candidate Emmerson Mnangagwa who won this vote by just over fifty percent of the the votes. We are expecting that he will speak to the nation in light of the. Tense situation that is currently unfolding, particularly here in the capital Harare with that press conference, being interrupted like that riot, police still all over that place, stuffing what was supposed to be a press conference by your position movement for democratic change Nelson Chamisa. The leader of the MDC was expected to tell the country what he was going to do, what he's next move would have been. And now what we are expecting to see is how the world will react to what is currently unfolding here in Zimbabwe. Gnome cert- Maseko in Zimbabwe. And the latest we're hearing is the news conference still hasn't gone ahead of the news now as many as twenty people to feared dead in a suicide attack on a mosque in eastern Afghanistan. Several attackers blew themselves up inside the mosque in Gardez the capital of Paktiya province Jimmy, giving reports. Initial reports suggest suicide bombers entered the crowded mosque during Friday prayers. They first opened fire on worshipers. Then detonated their explosives more than sixty. People were rushed to local hospitals and it's feared the number of dead may continue to rise. The mosque was used by members of Afghantistan Shia minority. They've been targeted many times in the past by the Islamic state group, which is under growing pressure from US air strikes and Afghan ground offensives and also in many areas fighting the Taliban, Jill mcgivering. The World Health Organization says the current outbreak of a Boola in eastern Congo began with the death of a sixty five year old woman in Mangueira hospital about thirty kilometers from the city of Benny. The u. n. health agency says, there are also several cases in neighboring it to re province. The outbreak came just days after another outbreak that killed thirty three people in north western DRC and that since been declared over James Koppel's book to Dr Peter Salah. Emma, the WHO's deputy director general for emergency preparedness and response. It is indeed really bad news, very unfortunate for such a poor country, a fragile state of the Democratic Republic of Congo to be hit by another outbreak. So quickly after the last one was declared over is is very serious. In fact, in some ways, it may be an even more complex outbreak to deal with than the last one simply because north kiva who was really the site of very active conflict. There are more than a hundred groups in that part of the province, and and it's going to be extremely complex exercise to access the civilian population in order to find the cases and find the context and stop the outbreak. In addition to that north who neighbors on Uganda. So we have a real risk to neighboring countries as well. She's still not points about the groups. I mean, when we talk about Benny on this program throughout the BBC is very often because of attacks by militia groups, and so on. How do you. The Congolese authorities work. Are you in contact? Will you be in contact with, for example, a rebel group to say, look, we need to get into your area..

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WHO warns of new Yemen cholera surge, asks for ceasefire to vaccinate

BBC Newshour

04:08 min | 2 years ago

WHO warns of new Yemen cholera surge, asks for ceasefire to vaccinate

"Huge plus Schalken rage for the South Korean women secretly filmed in changing rooms couple for one. When I first saw the chat room, I was a social. My mind went blank, and I started crying and the March of the fall. Armyworm continues its reached India and could cause havoc. I, the news. BBC news McDonald Hulo there's been confusion in. Zimbabwe is the main opposition party the, MDC tried to hold. A news conference to, give an account of forty calls the rigging of the. Election results riot police at first tried to break. Up, the event Police said said to have climbed down and let the meeting go ahead the MDC, leader Nelson Chamisa says he has evidence of electoral malpractice the largest independent election. Observer mission in Zimbabwe. Says the official presidential poll results broadly tally with its. Own findings it's greed with the electoral board that the incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa won the most votes although it couldn't definitely. Confirm whether or not there should have been a runoff As many as twenty people are feared dead in a suicide attack on a mosque in eastern Afghanistan it's unclear who carried out the attack over the Islamic state group has targeted the Shia minority in, the past sure Sharifi reports from Kabul up to five hundred people had gathered to attend the Friday prayer. Congregation that Hajra has sun shade mouse in the. Provincial capital Gardez Abdullah Ashrat packed your provincial spokesperson told the BBC as the people were leaving two attackers wearing burqas managed. To enter the mosque, and immediately started shooting at worshippers and I witnessed all the BBC one attacker. Was shot dead by mosque security but the other managed to get. Inside the mosque itself where worshippers had taken, the future from the shooting detonating explosives killing and wounding many including. Some children the UN is condemned an era attack on a hospital in the Yemeni, port of data which killed numerous civilians on Thursday the Saudi led coalition which Is fighting who he rebels in, Yemen has denied any involvement in the incident adding that none of its aircraft in the vicinity at the time of the attack imaging folks reports l. thorough hospital is Yemen's largest and one of the country's few functioning cholera treatment centres on Thursday it and the streets around it were hit the UN says, aid workers on the ground have confirmed multiple deaths and injuries as the fight for control of Hudeda intensifies. Cholera cases are rising again and the World Health. Organization is warning that Yemen could be on the brink of a new cholera epidemic it has called for a ceasefire to, allow vaccinations to take, place The World Health. Organization says the, current outbreak of A Bola, in eastern Congo began with the death of a sixty five year old woman. In manga hospital about thirty, kilometers from the city of Benny the WHO says seven members of our immediate family also died the UN. Healthy agency says there are also several cases in neighboring Tunari crossings World news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hake governor Cuomo is pledging to introduce legislation that would remove the death penalty from, state law the democrat, made the announcement after pope Francis decreed the death penalty unacceptable under all circumstances New York's highest court ruled capital punishment unconstitutional in two thousand four but the law is still on the books WNYC. Is conducted an, unofficial survey of what Williamsburg residents. Think about a. Series of council bills to regulate, hit ride hailing services like Uber and lift and the results are not positive with locals facing, next year's, l. train shut down most riposte to the year long cap on the number of vehicles in. The city Williamsburg resident at Uber user Tom wild says the city should be expanding options not limiting them the city needs to be encouraging.

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Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores

BBC World Service

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores

"The news. Hello I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC news Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has dismissed what he termed the unverified fake results of the, presidential election which is given victory to the incumbent. Emmerson Mnangagwa Mr. Trump criticized electoral commission saying the level of opaqueness. Was. Baffling Mr. Mnangagwa has urged him Bob Williams to unite behind. His presidency the head of, the election observers. In Zimbabwe Brock told. The BBC there was a lack. Of transparency, he said the result must be properly confirmed smoke peace to that country and therefore must have curb related to what's. Your position That is. Also results, of all set up at the end of the day I think the important version for for the people in Zimbabwe Turkey says it will work closely with the. United States to resolve disagreements between them the Turkish Foreign Minister. Chavalit sure you said the agreement came after constructive meeting with his US counterpart Mike Pompeo on the, sidelines, of Asian. Regional talks in Singapore the US is imposed sanctions onto Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Bramsen faces terrorism charges can reach member Swannee. Is in Singapore the, to have met against the backdrop of what appears to be an, escalating diplomatic crisis between the United States and Turkey earlier in the week there was. Sanctions placed on to Turkish ministers by the United States and that led to quite a dramatic fall in the price of the Turkish currency what we do know is that the secretary of state has said. That the sanctions have been put in place because they want to show Turkey. That they're serious about the release of the American clergyman transport Unions in Venezuela have angrily rejected government plans to collect information about car ownership to control the distribution of petrol supplies they warned us it. Creates an internal black-market subsidized fuel is resold for prophet Daniel Ghana's, reports in Venezuela one gallon of gasoline cost less than one. Set of a US dollar depending on the exchange rate a person uses but that is about to, change President Nicolas. Madura ordered a vehicle census to be held this week the government wants to know how many cars and what models are being used by Venezuelans authorities will later use those. Numbers to come up, with an energy policy that is likely to increase the price of, fuel Madurai says Venezuela's subsidized gasoline is being illegally smuggled out of the country and. Into Colombia the US department of Justice has told a court at volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating undocumented migrants who've been separated from their children hundreds of parents have been deported while there Children remain in detention centers the US government says the American Civil Liberties. Union which challenged the policy in court should use its resources to help world news from the BBC research scientists for the US defense department say the recently repatriated remains of America's Korean war dead appear to be. From the, renowned, battle of, Chechen which took place in the winter of nineteen fifty the. Fifty five sets of remains include written information about where they were found tens of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed near the strategic Chechen. Reservoir in the northeast of the Korean peninsula Britain's Prime Minister Theresa may is doing southern, France later today to meet the French president Emmanuel. Macron at his summer retreat British ministers attended meetings in Paris earlier this week to try to make progress with officials in European capitals towards realising Britain's plan to withdraw from the European Union next year A new study has suggested humans with. Short stature on the Indonesian island of Flores evolved independently thousands of. Years apart scientists decoded genes at. The islands Monday pygmy population to find out if they might be partly descended from members of an extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits. Fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago Richard Green is, associate professor at the university of California Santa Cruz. They are not related at all it turns out that the folks, who live there now are short genetically for largely the same reason that. Folks elsewhere in the world would be short painted a pretty. Clear picture that this island were short stature because it has driven hominids to be small twice and Australian climate has been. Rescued from a mountain in New Zealand southern Alps where he'd been trapped for several nights in sub zero conditions he's believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive The climate emergency beacon signal had, been picked up picked up in the United States and passed to local. Agencies a rescuer said the Australian was lucky to be alive BBC World Service news Hello and welcome to talking books from hay festival with me governess, every year writers thinkers politicians and others gathered here in Wales to talk about books and ideas from around the world Today I'm joined by. An Arado, ROY, the, author of four novels. Which, dissect the complexities of her native India nationalism casts the place of women and the, burden of history and tradition on a Boston rapidly modernizing nation Amerada ROY welcome to talking books Now I. Just finished your latest novel and? I wanted to give everybody watching. And listening a flavor of your writing and maybe if you'd be kind, of, just to start we'll talk about the book booking detail later this is all the lies. We never. Lived, could, you redo in paragraph In my childhood I. Was known as the boy. Whose mother had. Run off with an Englishman The man was in fact German but in small, town India in those, days all white foreigners were largely thought office British this unconcern for accuracy annoyed my, scholarly father even in circumstances as dire as losing his wife to another man Now when I read that I couldn't. Ben stopped reading that is, a great opening paragraph did you in terms of the Crafter writing. When you sit down, is that something you revised and, revise and revised is that, somehow because it does set all themes of the book a young boy grows up but is. His life isn't totally changed, because his mother ran away this I often read I actually normally rewrite beginnings endlessly and in my first book what I thought was the beginning ended up in the. Middle when I, had finished the book but with this, this paragraph I started the book and that was how it came and, not a word of it changed right through. Many many and is terribly engaging, for all sorts of, reasons first of all. We feel immediate empathy for the child but we also understand that, his father is a, bit of a patent and this is something that you explore thrown And so and it said Books are really against the developing politics of twentieth, and twenty first, century India the family, story. And then, the background yes This.

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Winner declared in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Winner declared in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election

"Rostov Fox News the Trump administration wants to force China to drop their quote bad. Practices and reform it comes after the US said it was considering increasing proposed Tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods from ten percent to twenty five percent. China has warned the US against what it calls blackmail in, Beijing Tom MacKenzie Bloomberg daybreak Europe all right that's the trade story. Another round. Of tough talking between Beijing and Washington. Apple meanwhile has become. The. First US company to hit a trillion, dollar market cap after. Its shares briefly rose above two hundred and seven. Dollars four cents on Thursday Bloomberg's at Ludlow reports on the tech giant's rise it took about. Two hours and forty eight minutes in Thursday's US session for apple to hit the milestone. Since it was founded in nineteen. Seventy six the companies come from relying. On the apple MAC computer to, iphones, and. More recently wearables and other technology and its recent growth which is so incredible when found Steve Jobs passed away in two thousand eleven the company had a market cap of three. Hundred and fifty. Billion dollars it's gone the rest of the way undetected cooks leadership the company have. Momentum from Tuesday when it posted record earnings boosted by stronger Silence in wearables and services, along with, continuing demand, for. Its iphones. Apple got their first. But others are hot on its tail Amazon alphabet. And, Microsoft's worth more than eight hundred billion dollars each in San Francisco Bloomberg daybreak Europe now the UK Prime Minister Theresa may meets the French president Emmanuel Macron today. As part of a diplomatic drive to win European. Leaders over to her Brexit vision with just eleven weeks until a divorce accord is meant to be signed may needs to chart a path to a. Deal we'll Bloomberg's Cowden Qunol has the details the pair would meet let Friday the father break on soon the summer residence of, French president's on the French Riviera between Marseille and niece a relaxing atmosphere to. Discuss tough subjects Theresa May we'll ask him and your support group rain. For Brexit. Including a new trade deal already rejected by. The EU last week but expectations shouldn't be too high as Michigan boundary remains The main negotiator on behalf of the EU commission in Paris counting Kernan Bloomberg daybreak Europe yes the site were Emmanuel. Macron we'll be meeting, Theresa May in the south of France very pleasant if you look it up on the internet and on Google images anyway. Up next we. Need to talk about the US payrolls report Wall Street's betting on another hefty payroll gain in today's payrolls report consensus is for one hundred and ninety three thousand new jobs in July Bloomberg's Vinny Del Giudice reports America's economies added more, than one million jobs since the start of the. Year the unemployment rate dipped as low. As three point eight percent back in may with today's report wage growth will be the. Key for bond traders keeping score inflation it's yet, to reach the high seen earlier in the century. Treasury market reaction to the data has of late candidate, beef fleeting benico chewed ice Bloomberg daybreak Europe now Toyota has reported, first quarter profit that topped analysts estimates helping by booming Demand in China and the popularity of the are av four sport. Utility vehicle in the US operating profit rose to six point one billion dollars in the three months through, June that's even as questions hangover over the world's. Largest car markets after tariff changes brought about. By the trade war caused pricing condition all right we started with. An answer we wrap up with earnings let's also get some fresh headlines from around the world outside the world of. Business and finance his Bloomberg's Bangkok thank you. Very, much Marcus Zimbabwe's election officials have finished counting in the country's presidential election MandA innocent Zanu PF party is therefore duly, declared. Elected president of the. Republic of. Zimbabwe with effect from the third of August twenty eighth Heads of the ruling Zanu PF party, Emmerson Mnangagwa, secured around. Three hundred. Thousand more votes than his main rival opposition leader. Nelson Chamisa is threatening more protests claiming widespread electoral fraud White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has refused. To, back away from US President Trump's assertions that the media. Is the enemy of the American people in a heated exchange with White House reporters Sanders blame the media from flaming tensions in the country it's ironic that not only you and the media attacked the president for his rhetoric when they frequently lowered the level of conversation in this country repeatedly the media resorts to. Personal attacks without any content other than to incite anger memo Russia could face a raft of new sanctions or the claims of. Election meddling that's if a bipartisan. Group of senators are successful in their bid to sanction Russian energy projects and produce a report on President Vladimir Putin's assets Net worth. Republican Senator Marco Rubio told. Bloomberg that Russia. Needs to be held to account this information warfare they're using platforms like Facebook and Twitter as a vehicle by which the conductors so I don't blame the companies for it they're providing a product that's out there these guys. Are going. On and using that product and is Europe banks another, heat wave, forecasters say. The all. Time temperature record could be broken in the coming. Days the current European wrinkled is forty eight degrees centigrade which was set in Athens in July nineteen seventy. Seven, but that could be basing this temperatures are rising in. Spain and Portugal thanks to a surge of hot air sweeping in from Africa global news twenty four hours a day on the talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Ben Clarke this is Bloomberg Ben thank you so much now with. Your morning sports here's Joe Townsend England's cricketers star Deidre of the second test against India Edgbaston on nine for one this morning. That twenty two Ahead after their colleagues one hundred and. Forty nine helped the Taurus reached two hundred. And seventy four in their first innings. India captain was dropped twice for all around us some current says England. Is still in a, pretty good position as, you can see it's probably looking at the scorecard. Is probably pretty even in a test match obviously not ideal is in cookie England crickets some, Belling Scott, known beaten half century to help can't be Essex in the t twenty. Plus and go top of the south group the back in, action again, this evening at Hampshire in one of eight matches the championship season gets underway tonight with Frank Lampard making his managerial debut the former Chelsea and England. Midfielder Lee Darby. Against reading an England's. Georgia whole starts day. Two of golf's women's British. Open writing contention. She's just two shots off the lead role Levinson Australia's mingy lease out in front on seven, on the path That was the sports straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe we're gonna bite into our by weekly restaurants. Segment with Bloomberg's teeth food critic Richard vines. 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Ancient 'Hobbit' Study Reveals an Island That Forced Humans to Shrink Twice

Business Beware

05:54 min | 2 years ago

Ancient 'Hobbit' Study Reveals an Island That Forced Humans to Shrink Twice

"Years of vicious fighting and with hundreds of thousands of. People dead has Bashar our side, won the war in Syria he holds all the major cities and his forces have just retaken the province. Of DARA where the uprising began in two thousand and. Eleven he's Kurdish opponents have traveled to Damascus to begin negotiations so is the war over or is a new phase of the Syrian crisis about to begin in the north of. The country Turkey and the Kurds are eyeing each other warily although, the so called Islamic state has lost, most of its territory it. Is still able to wreak havoc so can peace be reestablished can Syria begin to rebuild? And how will it welcome home more. Than five million refugees that's the real story from the BBC Coming up after the news Hello I'm David. Harper with the BBC news the opposition movement for democratic change alliance in Zimbabwe says it does not recognize. The victory of the incumbent the incumbent Emmerson. Mnangagwa in Monday's presidential election Mr. Mnangagwa was installed following the coup which. Asked Robert Mugabe last year the MDC says it. Will launch a legal challenge it's leader Nelson Chamisa, one little. More than forty four percent Andrew Harding is in Harari Emerson mnangagwa's said he was humbled by the resultant urge Zimbabweans unite behind his presidency tweeting that this was a. New beginning for the, country he secured fifty point eight percent of the vote just. Enough to avoid a runoff but the opposition has questioned the remarkably high turnout and maintains that. The election has been stolen they've promised to take to the. Streets in huge numbers much now depends on whether they can prove that the figures are substantially out of step with credible independent tallies US counter intelligence investigators are Ported to have discovered a suspected. Russian spy working at the American embassy in Moscow the guardian newspaper says the woman came under suspicion two. Years ago Peter Bowes reports the Russian nationalist. Said by the guardian to have had access to internet and Email systems. Giving her a potential window into highly confidential material. Including the shadows of the president and the vice, president a. US government official has confirmed the woman was working for the secret service in Moscow and statement the US secret service said it recognized all foreign service nationals could be. Subjected to foreign intelligence, influence especially in Russia but he's not it they were never. Given or placed in a position to obtain national security information the US secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has met his Turkish counterpart in attempts to avert an. Estimating escalating diplomatic crisis gene Turkey and America the meeting was held on the sidelines of regional talks in Singapore the US has said It will freeze the property and US held assets, of two Turkish ministers in. Protest at the, detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Brinson faces terrorism charges and you study has suggested humans with short stature on the Indonesian island of Flora's evolve, independently fastened years apart scientists decoded the genes of the islands modern day pygmy population to. Find out if they might be partly descended from members of an. Extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits their fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago, Richard Green is, associate professor at the. University of California they are not related at all it turns out that the. Folks who live there now. Are short genetically for largely the same reason that elsewhere in the world would be short. Painted a pretty clear. Picture that this island favors short stature because it has driven hominids. To be small twice Well news from the. BBC defense officials in the United States say Iran's military. Has become a major naval exercise. In the Gulf the drills involve scores have small attack boats a spokesman for the US military central command said they were monitoring increased Iranian operations in. The Gulf and the straight of HAMAs the US is, due to impose new sanctions on Tehran on Monday The US department of, Justice has, told a court hearing that volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating the undocumented, migrants who have been separated from their children most of. The families split up under the controversial policy have been reunited following a court order but not all hundreds of parents have been deported while that children was, still in detention centers research scientists for the defense department say recently repatriated, remains of America's Korean war debt appear to be from the renowned. Battle of Chosin which took place in the, winter of nineteen fifty fifty five cents of the remains transferred from North Korea include written information about where they were found tens. Of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed navy strategic reservoir An Australian, climate has been rescued from a maintain in New Zealand's southern Alps where he'd been. Trapped for several nights in sub. Zero conditions is believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive I n ship is has the story the climber named his left and Terry heart had been. Trapped on mount aspiring since Tuesday when someone in the United States picked up the signal of, emergency beacon and called New Zealand rescue center a helicopter with four rescue workers manage to find, him on Thursday but weather conditions, made it, impossible to early him so two team state denied bringing much needed food and blankets a, break in the weather allowed you straighten climber to. Be. Taken to hospital on Friday a rescue worker said the man is lucky to be alive and probably wouldn't have lost his another night and that's the latest, BBC news Hello welcome to the real story. I'm.

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Zimbabwe: Three dead in Harare amid election unrest

The Takeaway

04:27 min | 2 years ago

Zimbabwe: Three dead in Harare amid election unrest

"In the north bay At this hour it's seventy five degrees in San. Jose sixty one degrees in Oakland, eighty degrees in Sacramento and fifty nine degrees here in San Francisco Doc protests violence and accusations of election rigging stain the first Imbaba in election since Robert Mugabe's thirty seven year reign on Wednesday three. People were shot dead as police and military forces clashed with protestors protestors were responding to what they, see as a, rigged election after Mugabe's political party Zanu PF. Won a majority of the parliamentary elections Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is the Wall Street Journal's. Deputy bureau chief in. Africa and she's on the, ground in Harare Zimbabwe so we had the elections here on Monday and we. Have two main, contenders one. Is president mnangagwa's Samantha host Mugabe last November but to help us in military and his main rival is the opposition leader Nelson. Chamisa forty very smooth talking young men mnangagwa's already seventy five and has seen kind of on Mugabe's. Side for forty years and Chamisa Claims and allies claim. That they won the election whereas the, electoral commission had hasn't hasn't you semi presidential results but they have set that. That nuclear after ruling party has won two thirds of the seats in parliament. So that gives you an indication of what's going on and why people are angry so yesterday there were several hundred demonstrators are opposition supporters were marching through. Town in front of the electoral commission and that's when things got a bit rowdy initially I'm Jay, Wright police were, called in and did they watch reports of. People throwing stones and waving sticks and then suddenly they called in the military. With tanks and so. You had sort of automatic, weapon wielding soldiers chasing down seven straighter were maybe artistic or so but also. Lot of passer, bys were. Just shelling things on the streets of worship shopkeepers nearby were caught up in LA which was sort of change From the very peaceful election day that we have seen it also pledges of. No violence from both leaders ahead of like like and we've. Also seen the United Nations and Amnesty International in addition to other leaders calling for calm after these elections. You said that things today are relatively calm but are there concerns that this military. Crackdown could continue yes I think the concerns are there and it's not normal to have soldiers on the street, that's something bad people here saw last November. When, there was. This military intervention Betsy post Mugabe but then after a few weeks cultures were taken off the. Street does things are pretty normal so people are definitely. Worried concerned and at this point we also. Don't have a sign that the opposition will Kombi accepts the, election results they said that they believe that votes rigs and I believe that if. If there's about one be election it, will probably be more protests And, I think the government has shown that it's gonna crack. Down with a heavy hand and once the winner is announced. Or declared what is it exactly that the, people of Zimbabwe are looking for from this government I? Think, they want jobs as one of the things that I've heard from many many people you. Have unions saying that sign out of ten workers are unemployed there's a massive, cash crisis here, the dollar has seen dominant currency, in Zimbabwe since two thousand nine since they have that out. Of hyperinflation but people had actually. Get their dollars out Bank anymore they wanted international investment they want them to Konami that provides for people. There are a lot of people especially in. The countryside who sort of fairly being sustained on food aid, and don't see opportunities for children Gabrielle Steinhaeuser is Wall Street Journal deputy bureau chief in Africa Gabrielle thank you for being with us Sure thank you Takeaway is supported by progressive insurance,.

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Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

BBC World Service

05:26 min | 2 years ago

Chinese newspaper dismisses report of Google's 'censored search engine'

"Hello Neil Nunez with the BBC news in Zimbabwe supporters. Of president Emmerson, Mnangagwa and, his opposition rival Nelson Chamisa have been urged to wait in peace for the results of Monday's election appeals come after. Deadly street clashes from Harare Andrew Harding has this report Zimbabwe's army and the opposition both being blamed for the violence that erupted in Harare the government says MDC. Alliance protesters went on an unprovoked rampage burning cars and attacking buildings in order to disrupt the election before results being. Announced but the decision to. Send soldiers onto the streets is also. Being widely criticized the military showing little restraint as it swept through the. City attacking and shooting civilians the focus now returns does, symboblic electoral commission and whether or, not, it, will release the results of the presidential poll the opposition believes it's. Candidate Nelson Chamisa is being cheated of victory it's It's hard to imagine all sides will. Now accept the results President Trump has thanked the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un for allowing the. Remains, of American soldiers killed in the Korean war, to be returned to the United States Laura bicker is in Seoul Donald Trump's tweet comes just hours after the means of what's thought to be fifty five US servicemen killed during. The, Korean war where flew into Hawaii their return was part of a pledge made by Kim Jong and President. Trump when the, two leaders, met in Singapore in June the tweet also hints at further contact and another meeting as Mr. Trump thanked chairman Kim. For his letter and said he looked forward to seeing him soon earlier this week US intelligence suggesting North Korea was continuing to build nuclear weapons was leaked to. The media and has led to concerns that Pyongyang has no intention of giving up its weapons Mr. Trump's tweet suggests. These reports have not set. Back the current rapprochement between the two. Countries The United States is seeking the, extradition of two Ukrainian citizens arrested in Spain and Poland who are suspected of being part of a hacking group a. Third suspect is already in. The US Dave Lee reports defense seven group is said to have attacks more than. One hundred companies most were in the US but others were in. The UK Australia and France the hackers targeted point of sale systems stealing details. For fifteen million payment cards the group is understood, to still be active but US attorney net Hayes said hackers were plain wrong if, they thought they could hide behind, their keyboards in far away places these. Really defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman, has ordered another halt in fuel and gas shipments to Gaza he said the decision had been taken in view of what he called the continued Tara of incendiary. Balloons that have ignited hundreds of fires in Israel this is the latest world news from the ABC A Japanese newspaper, reports alleges that the Tokyo Medical University altered test, results female applicants to restrict the number of women. Students the Shimbun daily, said the manipulation of scores began in two thousand eleven after the percentage of female admissions increase to about forty. Percent it's against the discrimination aims to keep the percentage to about thirty on the basis that many female doctors quit when they married and had children A state owned newspaper in China has, dismissed American reports that Google is. Planning a return to the Chinese market with a censored version of its search engine Andrew would reports from. Hong, Kong a news, website the intercept was the first to report Google was planning a search engine, for mobile phones in China that would ignore controversial subjects and websites blacklisted. By Beijing the intercept said it had seen internal Google documents and had spoken to insiders but a state. Owned business newspaper the China Securities daily says what it called relevant, departments had denied that Google would be available in, China again eight years ago Beijing blocks Google searches. And Google closed its, operations on the mainland of China but people in Hong Kong can still use Google to search the web a. Study has suggested a link between abstinence from alcohol in middle age and developing dementia in later life the researchers found that those who are teetotal When they were fifty have a forty, five percent higher risk than those. Who drink moderately people who drink over the recommended limits are also at an increased risk the Canadian rap. Star, Drake is extra, release the official music video for his hit single in my feelings videos based, on the track have gone vowed and social media thousands around the world. Of attempted what's known as the KiKi challenge by jumping out of a moving car and dancing alongside it. There have been many injuries as a result Hello this is the thought show on the. BBC World Service with me Beth sake offensive and with me and the Bishop in today's program getting creative with statistics how, can we find a way to captivate entertain and inform people and we ask why female friendships a so vital in the lives. Women and girls from the highs to lows.

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Smoking prohibited within 25 feet of public housing buildings in Harlingen

WAOK Programming

09:05 min | 2 years ago

Smoking prohibited within 25 feet of public housing buildings in Harlingen

"Zero three the lines I need to see my. Sisters represent I'm trying to keep this thing, moving man this, women's. World Wednesday and so I need sisters to be part of the conversation so that we can You know so we can talk about what we talking about Have man's world Wednesday come on that's wack Anyway for. Over eight. Nine two two seven zero three thank you, brothers for our. Wave, holding a. Brother down Yeah I So you want to know what's going on in the. World I want to share what I have learned with. You Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu PF party has won the most. Seats in parliament according to incomplete official results president Emmerson Mnangagwa. Was party is poised to win a substantial parliamentary majority In Monday's poll the first elections since lone serving ruler Robert Mugabe was removed. For his strong stance against colonial interference in Zimbabwe's affairs by the way The result of the presidential vote is expected. Later on today Earlier the opposition MDC alliance said the vote. Had been rigged and that its candidate Nelson Chamisa had one The Zimbabwe. Electoral commission has announced one hundred ten seats for Zanu PF so far and. Forty one for. MDC alliance there are two hundred ten seats in the national assembly's lower house and Monday Monday's vote Attractive Yesterday Seventy five percent. Turnout unbelievable With us how you that's how people run their country by, letting your voice be, heard Also from the African continent South Africa Will push ahead with plans to amend its. Constitution to allow land expropriation, without compensation this is quoting to. President Cyril Ramaphosa in a recorded address he said that the ruling ANC will finalize. Finalize this proposed amendment allowing the move he said the reform was of critical importance to, the economy The recent months have seen growing anger About the slow pace Of land reform in South Africa The country's white minority has a disproportionate hold over land with, a few thousand white commercial, farmers possessing the most fertile lands and now the government is taking. That land back from the white we're plans. To restore it to black. People it's original. Owners and. Inhabitants so beautiful, thing see Justice Justice is real and Justice can be achieved If it. Can be achieved. In colonized. South Africa apart formerly apartheid state South Africa The you can get. Justice in a is Seattle in San Juan in San Antonio in New York City you can get Justice Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three speaking of which protesters. Playing to snarl traffic In Chicago on tomorrow by marching to Wrigley field. The demonstrators are calling for an end to gun violence of Chicago's south side and west side neighborhoods they're also calling for mayor Rahm Emanuel and police, chief, Eddie, Johnson, to, step, down, because, of their inability to get the city's violence under control Thursday's March. Is expected to cause traffic headaches insecure go the protesters will March from lakeshore to Wrigley field during rush hour and right before cubs game good Thursday's the. Only at thirsty is also the first day of lollapalooza in downtown Chicago so let's just disrupt the. Bourgeoisie class from being able to move. About with, convenience. Perhaps somebody will pay attention to the fact that black people are being killed disproportionately in the. City Related story The website planning to post blueprints for. Three guns starting today has been ordered to block downloads by. Federal judge I reported to you yesterday, on this the ruling announced, Tuesday says publication of the plans could cause irreparable harm the, decision blocks a settlement That, the forty five administration reached, with a Texas company which plan to make the blueprints available, for download Forty-five had a rally last night Down in Tampa And kid sweet daddy was in In. A rare form He's. Pushing for voter ID now we are already, under that in Georgia but there are places their. States in this country we have to have an ID to vote We citizens of the. Country he said at this rally last night That only American. Citizens should vote in US elections okay Nobody's arguing that he claimed some say Democrats are. Even trying to give illegal immigrants the right to vote that's not. True That's a lie But he said and this. Is another, lie he said you need a ID. The bag groceries I mean do you should have seen him less I, watched him and, his antics last night the. Dude is, like a clown is a clown show And he. Actually actually acted a fool he shows his hand part You know. He's he's a disrespectful person He deserves he deserves to be ignored but, he's like a. Like a, bad kid a bad child The, marshals you know Ralph's you know you walk, in China shop The key In a way So this is the latest from Dr being Carson and forty five Smoking is now banned In public housing a nationwide ban went into effect on yesterday that prohibits smoking in or. Near public housing facilities the rule was passed two years ago by the Obama administration and prohibits the use of cigarettes Cigars and pipes in all public housing units common areas and outdoor areas within twenty five feet The rule does not apply, to eat cigarette so you can smoke e cigarette So I guess you can smoke the e the other easy to again Dipped snuff and chew tobacco too So is obviously not for health concerns Tennis could face eviction after several smoking violations and so No most woken in. The projects Wow Criminalization of breathing. Next We come back on the, other side of break got a couple of. More stories for you and the main thing I think you'll enjoy and engage. On, the women's world Wednesday. My name is. Slava it's the movement don't leave. Me day at me get at me Sisters escort to the front. Of, the line so blow..

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Violent clashes in Zimbabwe as election results delayed

PBS NewsHour

02:40 min | 2 years ago

Violent clashes in Zimbabwe as election results delayed

"Hour violent protests in Zimbabwe as election results come in the Trump agenda in inner cities in the US a conspiracy, theory gained some tracks And much more At least three people died today as demonstrators took to the streets of Zimbabwe's capital to protest what they see as the rigging of, Monday's presidential election the sitting president and leader of the Zanu PF party Emmerson Mnangagwa ran against a number of other candidates including the leading challenger Nelson Chamisa, in a. Moment William Brandon we'll talk with a. Reporter from Zimbabwe but first we get the latest from the capital Harare from Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News If you sell out they chance you will see that we are very dangerous It's a threat. Direct Zimbabwe's electoral commission promised that the with the people will not be subverted What are you can see what's happening here there's a lot of anger on the streets on the. Results of the presidential election hasn't even been cold so far, with the parliamentary results coming in it looks like. Zanu PF landslide if as people are denied what they considered to be victory will be chaos Wait until you have an actual results The movement. For democratic change already smells a rat Stowed elections Let that happen this time of the convinced. The results we moved the surging Rox with run into the compound Zanu PF party this is Down down down. Down down This is potentially disasters with the news This way This country so desperate to shed pariah status This.

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"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Police, say at least three people were killed on the streets of Harare troops, opened fire earlier today on rioting opposition supporters. They have accused the ruling Zanu PF party of throwing sue wreak Monday's presidential election for more joins in the studio by Winston mono director of the Africa media censor at university of Westminster and also joining us on the line, his grace unto Ariso in Harari grace. If if I may start with you, I, how much more can you tell us about the unrest in your city? Things are bound to go south because as from yesterday, soon after ten day BT here depressed on spoke to the media and save that Nelson Chamisa hit one and accused general Chiwenga of floating to assassinate him in Nossa Chamisa. We were expecting things to go bed. This support is them, this is operatives will ready celebrating because they believe that they hit won the elections and today just didn't degenerated because in the morning, when I went into town, people talking about, you know, the possibility of disturbances and they way people reports of people going around telling vendors to get off the streets and some of the vendors didn't heed that warning. So they lost most of their goods. They, we bent some was stolen. What is the reaction be into today's violence? You say it has been very much expect it. It's been expected because. Right from these. Tat when Nelson Chamisa was complaining, you were saying that they wouldn't accept any any any result that didn't except that he hid one old and he's supporters. Also, they've been reporting, they will not accept any result that doesn't show Nelson Chamisa if we know of the election. So we were expecting that they were going to be. There was probably going to be some disturbances because those young people were really hyped up. Emotions are high, but I didn't think it was going to go is bed is the did. I thought they would just on-street peacefully is they have done in the past few weeks demonstrating against sick Winston, if I continue with you homo suspicion is that wards Zanu PF party in Zimbabwe. Think it's a, it's a very good question. They've been a lot of expectation of speedy disclosure of the results, even though these Imbaba electoral commission, which is a new body as you know, which I was created so that it's more independent. Everybody believes that this was a necessary kind of, you know, institution and. The head of the extra commission head together every political patent disclosed that the results process would take at least five days. Yeah, and they all did not raise objections at stage. So I find it very difficult for you know, leaders of politico Patty to become very impatient and in the social media, these these social media was busy with messages. We seem to suggest, you know a lot of cynicism on the process and fewer suspicion to highest high levels. And this is unfortunate, particularly when you know for narrow bore, people then sent to the street before the ju- process so far Lois been excised and the killing happening in front of, you know, international observers, it's not the best message that Imbaba. Wanted this stage exactly and supporters of the MDC alliance. For example, say the vote has been richt is there much reason to believe so. The, I think the process was bit tighter than before, you know, in the past they've been, you know, concerns about rigging. But this one came with a lot of verification, like the verification process was open to political patties to start. You know, they could challenge that in the court. There was possibility that if there was anything untoward, this can be challenged. We've seen that in Kenya example, you know the high court overturning you know elections when they discover that computers, I had been hacked, you know? So so. So we, we can, you know, I think the movement for democratic change and as new PF they both the the leading of very competent lawyers that should use the legal process. I and they should lead their supporters and and guide them to do things. And the government should also act with restraint. They should. Not send soldiers to the street with instructions to shoot. They should show maximum restraint and they should control. You know, the the USA pheno live ammunition. What is happening? Aretha Nisar. Nobody deserves to die. Yes. The youth were being routed. They were bending, you know tiles..

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Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew in Congo, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

The World

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Deadly Ebola Strikes Anew in Congo, a Week After Previous Outbreak Was Extinguished

"Today on the world. This is the BBC. News with Nick Kelly Turkey has strongly condemned the United States decision to impose sanctions on its Justice and interior ministers because of Ankara's continued detention of an American pastor Andrew. Brunson on terrorism charges the foreign ministry. Said Turkey would retaliate Mark. Lowen has more details it is unprecedented for the United States to hit a, NATO ally with sanctions but they now being applied to Turkey's Justice and interior ministers for what the US calls, serious human rights abuse both, they're accused of engineering the, imprisonment of Andrew Brunson an American pasta detains here in October two thousand sixteen on charges of supporting Kurdish militants and those blamed. For the failed coup he and the US government say, the allegations are baseless and that he's being held. By Turkey as leverage Donald Trump is urged his attorney general Jeff Sessions to put an immediate stop to the investigation into Russian into Affairs in the two thousand sixteen election he described the special counsel Robert Muller and. His. Team as a disgrace to the USA from Washington John Sopol there's nothing new about the president's frustration agitation and anger at the special counsel investigation into collusion between the Trump. Campaign and Moscow but this is the. First time in overt terms. That he's cooled on the attorney general to fire Robert Mueller the timing is, interesting too it's the first full day of the trial of his former campaign manager Paul Manafort who's accused of, failing to declare the extent, of his business connections with, pro-moscow Ukrainian politicians the UN has called for common Zimbabwe after soldiers opened fire to disperse opposition supporters alleging fraud in Monday's elections. Three people were killed in the violence in the capital, Harare the protests came after the electoral commission said. The governing Zanu PF have attained a two-thirds majority in parliament the result of the separate presidential election is yet Announced a spokesman for, the opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa uncle lake oh savannah blamed electoral Commissioner was that e c. For triggering today's violence which has conducted itself over the past few months and you're announcing of the election is. Out is irrational inflammatory and. Frankly dangerous this young people have borne the brunt of poverty and governors. For a long time and rightly and for challenge we condemn in the strongest sense the action was. Taken today there's no justification what so. Ever for the portability we experienced today hundreds of held a rally in, the Danish Carvel Copenhagen in protest against the law banning the. Wearing of Muslim face veils in public came into effect today it's supporters set will help Muslim women integrate. Into society but demonstrators say it targets religious minority You're listening to the world news, from the BBC World Health Organization started moving personnel and supplies to the area of the Democratic Republic of Congo affected by a new evola outbreak after. The, Congolese, authorities announced four. New cases though the organization's emotion see response, chief so the new outbreak in the northeast is, an active conflict zone and the major challenge will be to, make a safe. Assessment of the affected population last week a separate Ebola outbreak was declared ended in the northwest of the country South Korea has pledged to quicken the review of applications from. Asylum seekers while. Also boosting assistance for refugees so. They can live independently the comments from the Justice minister park Sangi were prompted by a petition submitted, to the presidential office seeking to. Scrap or of is the current refugee. Law parts of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka roping gridlock for, a fourth day by thousands of students Blockading. Key streets and intersections demanding government action to make the. Streets safer for pedestrians after two teenagers were killed on Sunday by one of two buses racing to pick up passengers protesters. Of stopped passes to check the drivers have valid licenses and the Cambridge University professor. Count Uber car whose British Iranian Kurdish origin was awarded a precipitous. International mathematics prize in Rio de Janeiro nowadays gold medal stolen after it was awarded Candice pitch, reports professor burqa said he'd alerted security staff when he realized his bag. Containing the fourteen carat metal had gone he said he'd left it on, the table at the convention center where the ceremony was held. It was later found minuses wallet and the medal the award had been given to professor Burke for his work on by rational geometry he's one of four, mathematicians under forty from around the world to.

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"chamisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To be body positive is about much more than accepting your weight is about pushing back against what is considered sushi acceptable obese official on the conversation today, a woman in her twenties. Explains why her relationship with her breasts letter to create? The saggy boobs matter movement and the woman who describes herself as a fat activists explains why it's not about glorifying city but rather about fighting discrimination but can these online movements help women in real life News with. David. Austin US intelligence officials say spy-satellites. Have detected renewed activity at a North Korean factory which has in the past produced intercontinental ballistic missiles the reports come just, over a month after President. Trump said North Korea no longer posed a threat Zimbabwe's opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, says his his party is a head resoundingly after Monday's elections and he's ready, to form the next, government officials. From Zanu PF which has governed symboblic for more than forty years insist they're on track to retain power the former Congolese vice president and warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba says he. Intends to stand for the presidency in elections due in December but will accept the result if he loses he plans to return to the DRC this week from Belgium following the quashing of his conviction for, war crimes by the international. Criminal court rescue is in Indonesia have airlifted the last Molin five hundred stranded hikers off a, mountain on the island of Lombok with they'd been trapped by rockfalls triggered by. An earthquake many survivors, describe a terrifying ordeal A court in Indonesia. Has ordered the banning of the country's biggest Islamist group out to finding it guilty of carrying out acts. Of terrorism, and being linked to the Islamic state group the verdict comes a month after, the leader of Jabba unsure a dollar was. Sentenced to death for terrorism Afghan officials say roadside bomb has destroyed a passenger bus in the west of the country killing at least eleven people and wounding forty others at provincial spokesman played, v. Taliban for the attack US court has, ruled that. A museum in California can keep to sixteenth century masterpieces, looted by the Nazis during the second World War the life sized panels by the German painter Lucas Cranach the elder were. Originally seized. From Jewish art dealer BBC news Hello this is. The conversation the program that celebrates women who are doing things their. Own way I'm. Kim check. Annetta welcome If you were to go by what you see in TV and films. And magazines and on social, media he might be tempted to think, that there is a standard ideal for the female body. One that's set of stomach slim of hip and perky of breasts and anything that doesn't meet that model is somehow unacceptable there is thankfully now a resurgence and accounta- movement pushing against idea that your body has to conform to an unrealistic ideal in the studio. With me or to women who are working to change. The conversation around female bodies safely Hagan is an award-winning Danish, comedian. She's? Also, the creator of the. Made of human podcasts she describes herself as a feminist and the. Fat activist safety. Welcome. Hello She Darah Egger, rue isn't award-winning blogger and author he goes by the. Name slum flower online she's also creates the campaign saggy boobs matter who repulsed today notion that press should be firm and sprightly Jerry welcome thanks for having me when it comes to women's bodies there is a sense that they are somehow fake and anyone is. Able to scrutinize judge comment and criticize them in a. Way that doesn't really happen to men why don't you think, that. Is Oh is it Say. The, word patriarchy News coming coming That's always the beginning of any kind of Capitalism The whole body. Thing it's just another way of trying to both silence and control, women you. Know so it's, a it's a thing that makes us care so much about this thing and spend so much money on trying to modify our bodies look a certain way which is practically unobtainable so we don't have money to I don't know it's going. To sound, so basic but like. Static company all the time to get politics it's become dangerous because, now we. Know how we're, going to be so scrutinized if we are in the public eye at all so this basically created this world where it's just easier to be a man and that works. Quite well for them seats status Definitely it's the idea that women are told up bodies heads be, consumed rather than bodies to lived in and so it means, that we view. Ourselves through the lens of men, and that's particularly straight man but I find that it's. Often women policing other women criticizing other women it's not always just meant of course and the reason why is because you know. Women are under a system that forces us to judge each have then it, means that we continue to repeat that. Because it's And not. Policing includes calling a woman out for being fat rather than actually just allowing her, to exist on her own terms because you don't see that same criticism. When a woman is seen smoking and that's unfair because. Everybody is unhealthy and the runway some people aren't unhealthy relationships some people have unhealthy relationship with food regardless of the, level of half your relationship, is with your body it's not anybody's business to guilt trip. You about that ought to Russia into the process of repairing that relationship if you call yourself a fat activists and Jerry use the hashtag saggy boobs matter but I feel uneasy using the would fat and. Psyche to describe anyone just feels quite negative that you both embrace the term why is now the. Reason why you feel uneasy about using those times because as much as. Both of those words fat and psyche. Our objectives those objectives have been given a, different meaning which is negative so the word fat is frowned upon, because we're taught that to be fat means that you essentially A bad person and that is shown in how we treat fat. People and so people have a fear of being fat. Because it's associated with being about passing now the word sake is seen as negative because it's associated with aging and, women aren't allowed to age, and the process of aging is something that women are scorned. For whilst men are praised for and we see that in how are footsie with a silver FOX He's. Daddy you rarely ever see a woman. Being congratulated for aging if she, is being congratulated for aging is. That she looks like she's quote unquote aging backwards.

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"chamisa" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The about the from Mali during summertime at Bamako from the album, from the album Sandia on country Jewish, records and the great last trek with summer Wayne with Issam raffia endow Hong. Music from, Syria and China collaboration from nailbomb cold bypasses over record listening w RTD nine point nine FM. In Madison Wisconsin The BBC news polls are closing. In Zimbabwe's presidential and parliamentary elections in which the opposition is hoping to end nearly forty years of. Rule by the, Zanu PF party there. Were long queues at some polling stations this man tale, in Bangla said until today it never felt that his vote really mattered it feels like it feels more. Transparent, so I'm casting my vote and feeling my vote is being heard now than it has been before probably I dunno it feels, more transparent it doesn't matter who wins all who does not win but like for the first time, as Zimababwean we have a voice and, this is democracy at the finally finally finding a democracy In the presidential poll the ruling party is Emmerson Mnangagwa who seventy-five is being challenged by forty road Nelson Chamisa from the MDC Andrew Harding. Is in Harari the turnout has been high. And voting has been slow in places but, there has been no sign so far of. The systematic chaos is overshadowed pasta elections. Here in Zimbabwe the opposition MDC alliance insists it is heading for a dramatic victory and that only. Rigging can prevent, its leader Nelson Chamisa. From winning the presidency but plenty of Zimbabweans argued that, the governing Zanu PF now without Robert Mugabe as its leader is better placed to steer an isolated impoverished. Nation, back to stability Thousands of local and foreign. Observers are in the country the German politician Elmar Brok is in the country as the European Union's chief election observer, he said that. The election appear to have been relatively free violence but there were some. Irregularities we have cases of. Busing that the party brought conduct of people to a police station which were. Obviously. Not living in that. District but the list voting list such irregularities weren't this voting list, we have to check with that was a great amount or it was not seriously enough to have any. Impact on the elections the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo says that President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal did not. Mean the US was reducing its economic involvement in Asia speaking just before a tour of Malaysia Indonesia and Singapore Mr. mom peyot said Washington had plans to invest West one hundred million dollars in the region in an apparent warning to. China he pledged to help. America's partners keep that people free from coercion Japanese scientists have announced the. Start of the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease the study will work to actively reverse the, effects, of the. Degenerative neurological disease rather than merely easing the symptoms Well news from the BBC Because are underway to free more than thirty women and children who being held by the Islamic. State group in southern Syria the reported have been kidnapped during an IS raid last week more than two hundred people died in the attack on this away, to region Martin patience reports Attacking sway Suada was one of. The deadliest days violence in serious conflate now the u., k. based Syrian observatory for human rights says Jihadist took, at least thirty, six women and. Children hall stage but a local rancher didn't told. The BBC the several of them have managed to escape negotiations are underway to free those still held by I asked taxi. Drivers across Spain have joined a strike against online operated competitors like. Uber demanding the government, restrict their numbers the striking drivers say the services threatened their livelihoods taxi unions want the government to enforce a law under which just one ride hailing licenses issued for every thirty taxi licences taxi drivers say they will block ports airports and the French border unless the. Government acts a British court has jailed a couple for more than three years trying to force their teenage daughter to get married and threatening her with death The eighteen year old travelled to Bangladesh on. What she thought was a family holiday but once there she was ordered. To marry a first. Cousin and have a baby with, him so that he could gain a visa Detective Superintendent, Patrick twigs from, what west wisit. Said the prison sentence was right and deserved in. My view parents live for child should be unequivocable unconditional but they subject to the door to a terrifying and high wing. Audio they threatened with violence and he didn't do it she was. Told making reference to, finally brought through it for eighteen years adopt city chopper open eighteen, seconds if he disrespected him by not going through with the marriage BBC news Madison veterans for peace presents author Lisa Gilman. Reading from her book my music my war on Thursday August second at. The medicine.

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"chamisa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Before I tell you that, John can just say that Nelson Chamisa the leader of the, opposition has arrived here at Kuwadzana to polling station in Harari and you can hear. The, crowd surging around now young people, old people trying to press the flesh as. He moves in to cast his vote now the key factor to remember here we're seeing a pretty adoring crowds in, Harare you'd expect that because it's an MDC stronghold of the the five million voters double that number are in rural areas and that's where the MDC has a real struggle in terms of getting their own vote out. For also countering the kind of quiet intimidation that takes place in small, villages and towns and that Tim nation is August Rated by Zanu PF Well what what is traditionally happened is that you would have traditional leaders chiefs who depend on new PF the ruling party for patronage and they are told are historically have been told to not only, get the vote out but to warn those who don't vote are who they suspect of supporting the opposition, that whatever they do it will be known the great fear that was fostered in this country over many decades was that the ruling party, knew everything you did and it certainly knew who voted for now if the MDC can counter that in rural areas than there, in with a shout and if they make it if, they get into power can they bring about real change in a reasonably short period of time I mean there is certainly the international. Appetite for investment in Zimbabwe and that's absolutely critical. If, this country is to overcome the chronic on employment situation if there to bring in investment from countries other than China which supported the Mugabe regime if they're going to go to Europe if they're going to go to, America particularly and bring in foreign companies then this is very important this moment that it is seemed to, be a stable election under its aftermath is stable and the MDC for all the kind of extravagant promises that you refer to in that, discussion about bullet trains even bringing the Olympics that Bob way in the last few weeks has become much more sober and its, leader Nelson Chamisa the man I've just walked watched walking, into the polling station he has grown in stature and become more credible Fergal thank you very much. Indeed it is nineteen nearly twenty minutes past eight is there an underrecognized memorial in your town city or village perhaps commemorating under celebrated person calls or event will. This is, the moment to change that as historic England which champions and encourages us to. Cherish the historic places around the country has been asking the, public to share their knowledge of favorite local monuments and memorials, Celia Richardson is director of, public engagement at historic in Lincoln morning, what are you trying to do here are you trying to uncover hidden, gems have a close look. At what and why we memorialize things both those things we are doing a year a year long look at England's memorials you've got a fascinating collection they tell very interesting stories and they lend character, and identity to local places we found out that they are very popular we've had more than four hundred nominations already for things that. People would like to see covered all sorts of. Stories from a monument to the fifth Beatles do Sutcliffe in in in Liverpool. Which tells now a. Popular. Lunch spots to a memorial to teetotallers in. Preston that we've had listed today by the secretary of state, for culture media and sports and more happens to. These places which are nominated to they go into your, exhibition they go into a book do they get listed what what happens fifty of the four hundred so far going into our exhibition for exploration in our. Exhibitions going to be looking at everything from the very big grand. Memorials in our cities to the local? Stuff but yes also we are listing, eight today we're expecting more listing time goes on of the. Ones that are more unusual or meet the quite high threshold. For listing obviously there's. Things like the warmer morals. There's generals there's a nursing figures what have you what are some of the. Most unusual things you mentioned the Preston temperance. What I noticed one called the crossbones graveyard rats extrordinary so crossbones graveyards very moving place it is thought to have actually been the original resting place for. The Medieval sex workers who were licensed to, practice in Brussels by the church in Suffolk and what's happened is after after that in fifteen thousand Portas burials were held there it's no longer, you, people can't be buried there anymore but it's really been taken over. By the community it's been. Taken to people's hearts it's. Become a shrine to? The? Outcast dead? And absolutely covered in in ribbons and memorials and mementos of people who died from from, the seventeenth century and work houses right up to the present day and what's really interesting is that every. Year now, on, the east of Mary Magdalene. The Dina's Suffolk visits and makes an active regret and remembrance for the way that the church treated women do you think. There's, been a change or have you. Noticed a, change in the kind. Of things that? We memorialize on we I remember for example? The big who are, about Cecil Rhodes statue at Oxford University and whether that was, appropriate to have anymore all we. Changing and should we airbrush history like this well historic England favors reinterpret Tation over any sort of removal but what's been, happening is, yes you, have had campaigners who've really responded strongly to certain memorials for Goodell for we've also got lots of campaigners who leave flowers. Alan cheering memorial and from the LGBT? LGBT, community on his birthday And things like crossbones as we just discussed and but we. Do have a ways as new memorials honest we've got some really wonderful new ones often to to. Women working people there's a brilliant one in Carlisle which is of women who packed cars table, water biscuits in the cars factory Cima realize the female workforce there. And as a beautiful statue in jarrow of. The, jarrow crusade. Is. It's in a supermarket car park so, we are seeing a wave of new memorials at the, moment villages or towns ever say we've had enough of this memorial, date like this causes person anymore we're going to change it for something else no very rarely okay, and what can, people do if they, if they've. Got a gem that they think needs celebrating. What should they do visit as, historic England dot org dot UK or they should tweet us or any of. Our social media channels were still in the look. At or I'd say Richardson director public engagement historic England thank you Twenty four minutes. Past, eight in. Here. Is coffee again with the sport thank, you I'm not sure good morning Gary Thomas was still, celebrating at four am this morning according to his teammates as you, would if you had just become the first Welshman to win the torture France but Thomas is looking, forward to returning, to the UK I'll,.

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"chamisa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"As a sunset Chamisa. Makes his third campaign stop of the day at? A town outside Herati election day is Monday the hope for change. Here is publ. Thousands of people gather at a field to welcome Chamisa Ruth Milano a fifty something mother of two with two kids can't contain her excitement She's dancing singing little of the crowd she's sick, and, tired of, the old guard she says she loves Chamisa because he's young Impair news Herati Phoebe. Lynn and will KENDALL meet at. A prestigious east coast college and they begin. Dating will has just transferred from, a bible college Phoebe has abandoned the music career she dreamed of will has lost his religion while Phoebe has. Lost her mother having over their, grief and guilt is a violent. Religious cult that seems to. Offer Phoebe away out the novel the incendiaries begins with an explosion a building. Walls and. People die it's RO Kwan's. First novel she. Joined me from our studios in San. Francisco to. Talk about it welcome thank you thank you, for having me I'm so excited this story is told from three perspectives there's, will there's Phoebe and there's another character John Lill who is the leader of that, Christian called the Phoebe, joins, explained to us. Phoebe started out. As a young woman. Who drinks and has having fun at parties. But there's something missing obviously and there's this Of, her mother, dying tell us more about that it's true she doesn't. Really have a sense of purpose not only has she lost her. Mother but not long before she. Comes to college she's given up the piano. And she really did believe that, she was going to be a professional pianist and so she is a was a very ambitious woman a very. Driven woman a very disciplined women, who no longer has any of. That to to give her. Life structure and so she's drawn to both well and to John Lee all. For different. Reasons but they both offer. They John Leila. We'll do not lack for discipline or. Structure or. Or a sense of purpose but as she's, pulled into this called will starts wanting to save her but Kenny Kenny save, Phoebe well has a desire to save people in general it was part of what, made him such an, effective. Christian and such Ineffective evangelist and so I think that that definitely bleeds over into, his relationship, with, Phoebe and now he doesn't seem likely he doesn't seem likely. To succeed and then there's John Leo who is a bit shady fascinating But, you never get inside him and, you're never venture if his story is true Lee. All he tells fascinating stories about himself about having volunteered at the North Korea China border about having been in the North Korean gulag and in? A lot of ways it's, hard to, tell what's real and what's not and is it also, possibly accurate to say, for a a creator and leader of a cult, that, it's pretty. Hard to get inside their heads I suppose I should say say yes that. I don't worry my my family and my parents but in some, ways John Lill was the easiest for me to write. Yes What we've heard about. That I think I think John So much of his appeal is dependent on language on. The stories you can tell and so I think. I was never an occult but at some point I wasn't involved with a youth group that was so absorbing that a lot, of our parents were concerned it might be a call, to it wasn't But I had. My own experiences with charismatic preachers with charismatic leaders and I think I was accessing. A part of me that that not only love, that and I was drawn to that but channel that you write about Will's loss of religion quite beautifully read for us a, little section about his inner thoughts. On that Okay I tried not to leave the. Faith I'd had such purpose living in single minded pursuit of. God I loved until the. Afternoon I knelt in my bedroom asking one last time for assign white guys curtains rippled I, waited but I heard nothing. Else Muscle stiff. I got up I should I think have told Phoebe how, cut open I felt since then with the God shaped hole. At, didn't know. How to. Fell if I was sick of. Christ it was because I haven't? Been. Able to stop loving him this made up ghost Iztok read. As though he'd been real I understand that you yourself had a difficult, separation from. Religion yes I did I did it was it was extremely painful you were raised as, a Catholic yes I was raised as a Catholic by at my most religious I was spending a lot of time going to. Various to my friends Protestant churches I grew up in, a town and in a school that's predominantly Asian American in LA and it's also on. Top of that predominantly Korean-American which is what. I am and the churches I went to were very fervid. There was a lot of. People falling to the floor a lot of people talking in tongues as a very charismatic Christianity, and I loved it so So much so. Wonderful and, for me, it was it, was not only. So painful to leave the face it remains painful I'm still grieving it I still. Love God is what I've realized, over time it's just that I don't think he's real Augustine. Has aligned that I love that to say I love you, is to say I want you to be and I think. That's, how I. Feel about. The Christian God all of your. Characters are hurting they're in their? Own. Worlds of pain so how does this question of God and. Religion and belief and something to to have to heal the pain I, suppose you. Would say how does that bring them together and also puts them at odds I think, that when people are I think when people are grieving and in pain or at least I know I did I tend to. Shy away from generalizations I know when I'm her and, I'm in pain I become are open to an elsewhere and so, I think that from. Characters To they're open to other kinds? Of answers in the ones that, they've been than the ones that they've been using they have that in common but they. Do of course end up coming to. Different answers are Kwan's first novel is the incendiaries, thank you so much for joining us. Thank you thank you for having me Skaggs is out with a new album called out of, the blues.

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"chamisa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Win so why even try So when he comes into the headquarters of his opposition party is met with. A drove of journalists I used to, addressing rallies but never rally of journalists in. A country where Robert. Mugabe ruled until. He was ninety three years old Chamisa is stunningly young he's forty baby face. A slender man but he very quickly lets it be known. He's not dropping out he's not boycotting he is fighting the people. To defeat to defeat for what to defeat hopelessness and this is why we are giving. Them a fighting Johns I can't be returning history as it would be trade and deprive the people Chamisa is running for. President at a unique moment in Zimbabwe's history in November Robert Mugabe was forced from office by his once vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa and the. Civic and political. Space has opened up Zimbabweans have been able to. Express themselves in the opposition has been, able to campaign freely so this very much. Feels like the opportunity. Of a lifetime. To throw out the ruling party Chamisa leans on the podium he looks at. The cameras in declares he will not let this election slip. His hands if they re go chits they'll fix the news that. They must know there's no is a good promise it's brazen brave the kind of statement. That has made him a rockstar Nelson Chamisa wraps up the news conference, heads down the stairs were supporters have gathered spontaneously But how you came to the opposition is source of much hurt in.

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"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But the main opposition party the movement for democratic change is warning that the election is being rigged. Their leader. Nelson Chamisa is popular among the young and unemployed and his supporters say it's time for a change. I am here. What. Cammisa Bob with MS Managua is Sean wins that he can govern this country. I I want to to tell me. me. Wasn't you need change? We do now. We have food. Everything is to recall. Correspondent in Harare is numb Psomas echo. She told me there'd been a long history of rigged elections in Zimbabwe in did the has been a very long history and what we all seeing from president Emmerson Mnangagwa is that he's trying to legitimise his leadership. You'd recall that there was a military coup back in November eight months ago when the former President Robert Mugabe was ousted. So he wants to legitimize his leadership. He wants to win the election on Monday the thirtieth of July. And also we've heard from Nelson Chamisa himself, who is the leader of the opposition which is seen to be self imploding on its own. You know that they are both promising people jobs, they're promising prosperous, Zimbabwe and the, but whoever wins these elections that will be taking place on Monday. We'll have a memory task of rebuilding the country, and most importantly, economy and create jobs for s specifically the poor and the young. People a number, how close is the contest, you think? Well, a lot of people are saying that it is a very close coal. They think that Nelson Chamisa could put in Babs. The urban vote could easily go to the opposition, but seventy percent of voters in this country based in rural areas, which is a stronghold of the governing Zanu PF party. And it's only to, you know, it's a two horse race at the moment and it it could well very well be close. You've been taught of the rallies. I know what has been the mood there. It's quite jovial. It was actually encouraging, you know, to see, you know, opposition party members or supporters wearing their different regardless walking hand in hand to their respective opposition rallies, you know, which is something that I personally did not see happen in twenty fifteen when I came here to cover the elections. So it's been a mood of, you know, it's quite Jovian. It's quite piece. Awful people are looking forward to these elections. It's actually, you know, the the head, even though the have been reports of intimidation taking place. It has not been at the scale at which it was happening when Robert Mugabe was still at the helm, numb sat Maseko in the past few months in Nicaragua more than three hundred protesters have been killed and thousands more injured in demonstrations against President. Daniel Ortega much of the violence is being carried out by security forces and pro government paramilitaries. But now the president's brother in better Artega has called on him to disband the groups Adler this Heredia from our Latin America desk. How important is intervention would be in better left government in nineteen ninety-five. So he's been a longtime that he's not been in the military, but he fought together with his brother. Daniel Ortega they brought down the government of almost so the fact that he east accused in his brother of the links with parliamentary..

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"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"But the main opposition party the movement for democratic change is warning that the election is being rigged. Their leader. Nelson Chamisa is popular among the young and unemployed and his supporters say it's time for a change. I am here. What. Cammisa Bob with MS Managua is Sean wins that he can govern this country. I I want to to tell me. me. Wasn't you need change? We do now. We have food. Everything is to recall. Correspondent in Harare is numb Psomas echo. She told me there'd been a long history of rigged elections in Zimbabwe in did the has been a very long history and what we all seeing from president Emmerson Mnangagwa is that he's trying to legitimise his leadership. You'd recall that there was a military coup back in November eight months ago when the former President Robert Mugabe was ousted. So he wants to legitimize his leadership. He wants to win the election on Monday the thirtieth of July. And also we've heard from Nelson Chamisa himself, who is the leader of the opposition which is seen to be self imploding on its own. You know that they are both promising people jobs, they're promising prosperous, Zimbabwe and the, but whoever wins these elections that will be taking place on Monday. We'll have a memory task of rebuilding the country, and most importantly, economy and create jobs for s specifically the poor and the young. People a number, how close is the contest, you think? Well, a lot of people are saying that it is a very close coal. They think that Nelson Chamisa could put in Babs. The urban vote could easily go to the opposition, but seventy percent of voters in this country based in rural areas, which is a stronghold of the governing Zanu PF party. And it's only to, you know, it's a two horse race at the moment and it it could well very well be close. You've been taught of the rallies. I know what has been the mood there. It's quite jovial. It was actually encouraging, you know, to see, you know, opposition party members or supporters wearing their different regardless walking hand in hand to their respective opposition rallies, you know, which is something that I personally did not see happen in twenty fifteen when I came here to cover the elections. So it's been a mood of, you know, it's quite Jovian. It's quite piece. Awful people are looking forward to these elections. It's actually, you know, the the head, even though the have been reports of intimidation taking place. It has not been at the scale at which it was happening when Robert Mugabe was still at the helm, numb sat Maseko in the past few months in Nicaragua more than three hundred protesters have been killed and thousands more injured in demonstrations against President. Daniel Ortega much of the violence is being carried out by security forces and pro government paramilitaries. But now the president's brother in better Artega has called on him to disband the groups Adler this Heredia from our Latin America desk. How important is intervention would be in better left government in nineteen ninety-five. So he's been a longtime that he's not been in the military, but he fought together with his brother. Daniel Ortega they brought down the government of almost so the fact that he east accused in his brother of the links with parliamentary..

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"chamisa" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"News channel five CBS. Where report police a woman is behind bars accused of setting a house on fire this woman actually knew the. People inside that home according to the affidavit Chamisa how showed up to this home and apparently she was angry, because she, didn't get invited to a party that the homeowner. Was throwing their affidavit says house pulled up a truck rather with an unknown man and that's when she got out and started screaming. About, not being invited to this party with three other. People inside of that home now when those people at home wouldn't let. Her inside she told them she was, going to light the house on fire police say she walked back to the truck pulled out a jug. Of lighter fluid in started pouring it all over the. Front window of the house she then took a butane lighter. And lit the fire she and that unknown man sped off as three people inside Put the fire out drop include fish McCausland I hate when I have to give the people who, actually do, what they say they are going to do first. Of all you got the nerve did not invite me to the house party and then when I pull up anyway you going to. Open, the door and tell me I can't come in. I'm standing here watching your drink all the RIMI all this Araca me. And all my favorite songs play in, my feelings smile bitch what play walkie talkie is that some high grade Cush I smell in the air. Or y'all just having a bomb time in this house. Without me and you won't let me in always letting there Hold on I show you let me a few moments okay just keep doing in my feeling challenge police said make a, walk the, Trump pulled out a juggle lighter fluid and started pointing, over the front window at a house police she didn't took a butane lighter and got the house party lit- literally drop bombs fishery cows again How does. She. Did she says. She was gonna do now of, course people inside. The party had their phones recording everything instead of calling nine one one so we have audio from inside. The house party let's hear how people reacted in the house after she meek the, party.

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"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"Guerrero, hey, died of cancer, but he's been replaced with them. His successor who's Nelson Chamisa and again, very organized. It's it's a very tight contest. So the question is which ways to tip suspect that mister Magoo Gua will will win. But I mean, I know I don't have a crystal ball into the future, but presumably if he does win, then the sensible thing to do would be to work with Mr. mecer and to find a way forward. And certainly when you had this, this. Handover of power from Mr Mugabe you found the ten, the investors international investors who previously been on the sidelines because I didn't like the wave. It's in bubbly was going. They will think they felt quite reassured from some. The noises that were coming out to Mr. Magog was mouth. But again, it's now down to the electorate, whether he wins over this, this pocket of supporters, the white farmers substantial polka hasten to add in terms the reaction to the speech. They've had so far Fisher, which they heard from this Magog well, it was welcomed. You had one woman who said, what attorney for the books. It was great for the first time in thirty eight years to be spoken to like this now, almost page of the Sunday. Telegraph this morning is another story. There's an intriguing headline. I mean, this could apply to any number of is, I guess we're only probably is your favorite president did nothing wrong. That is the headline. It's actually it's actually putting in quotation wells and it's the headline onto Trump questions. They got us to tape of his conversation with lawyer about. Payments to model. I mean, the thing is Donald Trump. He's, he's the best free show in town really, but I'm this. This relates to is very comparable to simplify that. Basically, he's responding to to these claims that a conversation he had had with his lawyer. Michael Cohen was tight recorded and this recording does exist. We know this because Mr. Trump's attorneys is the former New York mitt, Rudy Giuliani, and he's confirmed it. Now the this type is in the hands of the FBI. They rated Michael Coen's offices, and it supposedly revolves around this conversation with about about what to do with with with the issue of carom Donald's. Now, caramel do goulashes kind of Dougal was a playboy model, and she said that she has an affair with Mr. Trump which lost for about a year. It started off the birth of his son Barron. This fast in two thousand six shortly. Ultimate swath Milan Malania gave birth to their son. Now. She said that she sold her story to the National Enquirer that fine publication. But we all love reading. Extrordinary hold on the truth, but she said that she sold her story to the National Enquirer and they pay to one hundred fifty thousand dollars. But apparently there was a practice catching kills enough was you get the story and you spike, you publish it. This guy who owns the national enquirers big fan of Donald Trump. Yeah, that's right. It is. The champ is called David pecker. He's the chairman of parent company American media. He's a great friend of Mr. Trump's supporter. So the the, the all is that he, this story was spiked when when Donald Trump was candidate Trump on the turn, the money which went to to pay Dougal it could the fence where you could actually see that as a campaign contribution because after all, explain the story and not bit of his, his pulse was was died down. Now Rudolf to yell and he said, yes, this tape doesn't exist, but the proposed payment was a personal matter a not subject to campaign fund. Ons. It was simply an attempt to resolve false allegations. Now, the problem that I have with this number a lawyer is if somebody's saying something about you, which is blatantly untrue, you say, you retract that and you apologize. All see you in court, and there was no see you in court. Somebody checkbook pays off it quite make sense. Even if they're going to say, and you can see an argument where you would say, look, you know, they're supposed to be client privilege here. Conversations between lawyers necklines supposed to be confidential, and so you tape recording that conversation, isn't it self inherently dodgy activity box, the that someone was going around offering six figure sums to people buying their stories of alleged fast, Donald Trump, and then on them burying them never publishing them. That's not lawyer client confidentiality..

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"chamisa" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Reveal

"I witnessed to this man falling did you think it was important to go over into the police what you saw at the time no sir i didn't wanna i wanna talk to the police not in the video deposition you see shamikh look the lawyer for the police department in disbelief her eyes wide as if she's saying are you serious didn't want this whole tone it coulda did me to say away they did so you were frayed to talk to the police because they would throw you over the wall to the highway below what they made me start back to the cop with the red hat that chamisa mentioned at yonah showed photos the police had taken won't you to go through the pige owes one hundred time tell us if you recognize any of the people there that was around the fans that day nasdaq was that that's the one was chasing xuejuan chosen jay the officer should make a summer's circled was jared freed abby ona hadn't named him in the lawsuit because his name wasn't in the police report the cups who were named in the report where officer raymond howard an officer dwayne green so what did they say in their depositions abiotic question green i in the report he's the one who chased j to the fence do ever but to in any way shape or form regarding an incident at the route forty overpass on august two thousand so yes upon hearing the suit drove on the highway in the event that he was going to recede run on highway green said he didn't chase j he wasn't even at the fence that same day officer raymond howard gave a deposition he's the officer who wrote inside the incident report in preparing your report.

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"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Lutely i mean my opinion is that i am much more afraid of women gagua than i ever was mugabe mugabe was kind of in a way a above the kind of pay grade of the people that were ordering what was going on the terrible atrocities going on on the ground and that was directly undermine and gaga i think that there is there was a certain amount of goodwill someone and gaga people see him and seize on pf is having delivered them from robert mugabe who was seen as as perhaps as the greater evil so i think that kind of tied of goodwill you got rid of mugabe how fantastic let's vote few again is is is one thing that may mean that ironically for once zanu pf don't have to rig the election on the other hand the mdc is having a huge wave of popularity nelson chamisa very young new leader why say very young he's forty but he has huge rallies people are flocking to him but will you win the election it's very very unlikely will you mentioned the nelson chamisa who does look like he will be leading the movement for democratic changes challenge into the presidential election what does he have going for him besides the fact that not only is he not robert mugabe he's not leading zanu pf he respected party the mdc which suddenly has fractured in in recent years he's a bright guy he's has politically experience even served in the cabinet during the unity government he's a lawyer by trade and in fact i think still practices so he has some experience he's mustpha popular he's very very religious and god is important in zimbabwe people are very i think when you have very little else god is is something that takes on a an extra resonance and does he have the goodwill of the international agencies up something one one does i think recently the mdc's oatley in this kind of reversal been seen as as the party that criticizes the west mall mostly because they were very against the fact that britain immediately sent out to the the minister for africa roy stewart right after the nassir coup happens and the british ambassador katrina lying in zimbabwe scene is very very promo gug.

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"chamisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chamisa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Chamisa with the rest of the news just one last piece of news before i leave you brian and i don't know if you've heard this yet but you know the yankees home opener scheduled for today with the snow we'll just have a look outside does not look like spring opener weather does it did they canceled they've they've rescheduled they've postponed they will play the tampa bay rays tomorrow tuesday at four o'clock and if you're a baseball fan who also looks forward to the annual nostalgia train that runs on opening day have even more bad news for you the nostalgia train is also postponed because of the weather this is the annual vintage fourcar train they usually run from grand central up to yankee stadium not today france not today the national weather service is saying two to four inches of snow expected in the new york city area so far it looks like it's sticking outside but the sun is expected to come out in the afternoon highs only in the mid forties today and no snow is in the forecast for tomorrow just rain good news it's thirty three degrees right now in prospect park brooklyn and that is the latest from the wnyc newsroom i'm should meet the best zoo at wnyc we rely on the listener support but what exactly does that mean hi i'm jacqueline cincotta the program director at wnyc to me listener support means you're a partner with us the news information the types of conversations you hear on wnyc without your contribution it doesn't happen and you know i like it that way.

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