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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Martin Vizcarra on Monday has led to ever growing demonstrations. Mr Vizcarra was voted out of office by Congress accused of accepting bribes during a previous term. A state governor. He's been replaced by the head of the Peruvian Congress Manual Marina. He's made an appeal for calm. Mr. His car's supporters say Congress used the corruption allegations as a as a pretext to seize power five months before the next presidential election. I've been speaking to Peruvian investigative journalist Gustavo Gorriti. Person discovered was declared morally impaired on perpetual basis. The reason that was ostensibly taken is that in the course of the widespread investigation, some leaders and industry leaders also Off the lava Giotto case in Peru on Off the department off, Okay, We're in the south of Peru, but they were in the initial stages off investigation. There are not even formalized such a decisive course of action. Was taken by Congress in which about 50% have problems with prosecutors as well. Discoverer had only nine volts of heads on and with general elections in the mist, so they didn't have any real reason to between. Because there was an investigation going on in the proper way with the prosecutor's office on I think they wanted to prevent what would happen in inter solutions on do. They also work this subject off some investigations related to the lab. A gentle case on what they really wanted was to have power and to be able to disperse the prosecutor's team and all the rest. They've tried this before. Haven't made to try to get rid off Mr Fiske. Carla, that is correct. Try that. In September, they were close to shitting the majority. Now they were trying to get votes and half made lots and lots of promises among the different groups on now, you see that that sort of coalition is dissembling. Many of those are both for the impeachment are saying that they won't give a vote of confidence to the new Cabinet that has been put together. But it was important thing is that people understood perfectly. What was behind that. I'm the kind of mass protest rallies, marches, mobilization demonstrations that you have seen around has no president after the kind of massive mobilizations that brought about the authoritarian government of Alberto Fujimori in the year, 2000 And I would say that in some respects they're mobilized even higher numbers of people. What the the country why demonstrations toe two days ago were unprecedented in Lima. The police reacted with brutality, but it didn't deter the demonstrators. And those who've taken to the streets. What What do they want? They want the president to be reinstated to. They are not explicit about that. They are very explicit, very clear about wanted these people out of government what would be the solution afterwards? A couple of solutions have been trade out. The most logical one could be to reinstate Mr Reese, Kara and half his term and in the normal way next July. He would have a month off government again a general election to supervise and carry out And then the other most important thing. True continue the country wide mobilization and actions against the covet against the pandemic on to prevent a second way as the one that is bringing so much havoc in Europe. And if that happened in Europe, if it good come now to Peru, and you have to understand with with all this mass demonstrations in the streets and on that the percentage of contagion would grow tremendously. But it would be devastating toe Peru infections are likely to

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:25 min | 7 months ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well me and my family are people who like to go out background the docks school students who had to settle back from the carribean because of the virus and the British prime minister returns to work off to recovering from the disease he rejects pressure to ease the lockdown I refuse to throw away all the efforts and the sacrifices of the British people and to risk a second major outbreak that's all coming up after the latest news BBC news with sue Montgomery the British prime minister Boris Johnson says he will not to endanger lives by relaxing coronavirus locked on measures to soon he called it a moment of maximum risk Mr Johnson back at work after recovering from covert nineteen set the tide was beginning to turn Norman Smith reports Boris Johnson's early morning statement outside Downing Street was meant as a visible demonstration that he was back recovered and in charge his message though was a sharp rebuff to those increasingly vociferous voices in his party demanding an early easing and restrictions I refuse said the prime minister to throw away all the effort and sacrifice of the British people he also warned that ending the lockdown too early would be an economic disaster if it led to a further surge in the virus and the need for a second lockdown Franz's reported a record monthly rise in the number of people seeking unemployment benefits the labor ministry says that in March when stricter coronavirus lockdown conditions were introduced jobless figures rose by seven percent increasing the number of job seekers since the start of the year by three point three million Hugh Schofield reports these figures make grim reading for president mackerel who before the epidemic was able to boast real progress in bringing down France's chronically high unemployment rate in March as the lockdown kicked in an extra two hundred and forty six thousand people were registered as jobless the government says the steep prices closed mostly much by companies laying people off as by the fact that people who would normally be moving on into work on not being taken on anymore in other words employment is frozen what makes things worse is that this is probably only a foretaste of what's to come the chief executive of the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has warned that the corona virus pandemic has threatened the company's it systems young forty said Ehrmann herbas must consider all options to emerge from what he described as one of the largest economic shocks in history is that a third of the company's business it disappeared almost overnight and it was pleasing cash as an unprecedented speeds the Austrian chancellor Sebastian courts has recommended a pay rise for workers on the frontline of the corona virus pandemic in a speech to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of March in Austria he said it was a matter of social justice that they should have more to live on in the future yeah I mean the activation keys at visa casita during this current crisis we saw once again that the people who keep our country running almost always the ones getting the biggest bonuses beat nursing staff security staff supermarket employees or many others those who work hard in the.

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Sebastian cuts and his conservative People's Party win eight clear your victory in the country's general election but will the former chancellor look again to the scandal-plagued far right party in forming the next government our news panel will evaluate the latest violence in Hong Kong which comes on the eve of celebrations for the seventieth anniversary of communist rule in China plus. We'll find out why Turkey wants is to become more self sufficient in its military strength and we'll also hear about a new project in Finland which is trying to support peaceful coexistence between people the country's growing wolf population all that plus a flip through the newspapers and a rundown of the day's top business stories as well right here on the briefing with me Daniel Beach Welcome to the briefing we begin by turning our attention to Austria where former Chancellor Sebastian Courts as won a general election and in convincing fashion snap election was called following the collapse of the previous government made up of the People's Party of Mister Courts and the far-right Freedom Party hardy video had revealed the Freedom Party's openness to Russian influence. Peddling courts will now have to choose between shifting left or going back to his former allies in the far right party to form a new government for more on this. I'm joined by tests should covets. UK Correspondent for Austria Profile magazine Tessa. Thank you for joining us and and welcome back to the show Were you surprised at all. I don't buy this results. I think everyone was surprised because the opinion polls before forty elections showed a better resort for prognosis for the far-right what happened I think in the last weeks before the elections was that the far-right Freedom Parthiv got involved. There were some revelations about expense scandals around the leadership and former former head of the party has gone and that further dampen their the the results so a combination of the bitter video scandal from May with these new revelations just kicked him off the chances to return to government as the logical partner that for Christian for Sebastian quote what's so we will see now in long probably difficult coalition negotiations if he indeed will to the Green Party as coalition nations partner. I want to come back to that expensive scandal you mentioned but you are right. The Green Party did surge which is quite curious here sort of square in the middle the People's Party the Conservative Party is the Social Democrats as well which is quite curious. The Conservative Party gained a lot of ground far right lost ground obviously because of of that scandal but with the performance of the Greens does that put into question where the former chancellor is going to look for a new partner in in his coalition while he's definitely the successful populist he managed to gain votes though his previous coalition was failed completely in renewing Australia sort of fear contract with the people in the future so they just had to resign after eighteen months and still he comes out as the one who is the staple prime minister that people trust again to form another government so that's the first thing so the second thing is that the Zeitgeist has changed a little bit in the last two years so the last elections refund on a tough immigration stands after the refugee crisis resulted in strong anxieties in the population this time we're sort of in the middle of Friday's for future a frenzy people thinking about the climate catastrophe more than about the the consequences of immigration could try to push the immigration a topic in all conversations or interviews during during the election campaign but in fact the resides in the success of the green pod shows that the younger voters want something else than the constant immigration debate so they turn to the Green Party and a lot of people in the middle of the society also thought that they wanted some kind of the more open minded and more progressive stance on questions like immigration European Union and end climate and those people voted either green or for this small Liberal Party which was also quite successful. Do we have any indication of which way ah the former chancellor is leaning here for his Coalition Party as he say sort of it is a popular thing now more people are thinking about the climate obviously climate change rather more people voted voted green so he's quite young guy as well not only in age but in his political experience so may he be more curious to to shift left in in building and continuing to grow on his popularity he might and this is a big test now for him as a politician because he was very quickly quickly turning to become one of these right wing populace strongmen tough on immigration and constantly talking about political Islam. I am in how to sort of restrictor these influences in Australian in his Austrian homeland and artists sixty. You know the rhetoric from other other right wing politicians in Europe to now. He has the chance to move back to the middle and do a coalition with the Green Party ideologically. Lee I think this will be quite difficult for him because he has always said that he felt comfortable in the coalition with defy red because they shared a lot of his reform plans and also this anti immigration stance now we will see what he will do and it will be a a very big test also for the Green party because they are much more progressive much more welcoming to immigration much more open minded and in then Sebastian could so for them to go into coalition is quite dangerous too but it's now the moment where Australia has decided and where the Green Party ends passive quits mainly mainly those two have to decide if they want to prevent the fire to come back from into government or not and we will probably see this by the end of the year beginning of next year only the results so the next week will be quite interesting Tessa. Thank you so much for this just fits their now with a look at some of the day's other the news headlines here is multiples yielding offen- thank you Daniel Saudi Arabia's Grand Prince Mohammad bin Salman has warned at oil prices could spike to unimaginably high the numbers if the world doesn't come together to deter Iran speaking to CBS. He said he would prefer a political solution to military one. The bruins also accepted some responsibility for journalists Jamal Kashoggi's killing but denied personally ordering it dozens of world leaders have gathered in Paris for the funeral of former President Jacques Chirac who died last week H. Eighty-six. He's to be buried at Dimona symmetry in the French capital Jackson. I served two terms as president and twice as prime minister and the unemployment rate in the eurozone dropped in August its lowest level in more than a decade figures by the European Union statistics official the jobless rate in the nineteen nineteen country courtesy block fell to seven point four percent in August reaching its lowest level since May two thousand eight when the Eurozone's economy begin to feel the negative impact the prime mortgage crises in the United States. Those are today's headlines back to you Daniel. Thank you your lean. Let's now get the days latest business headlines and I'm joined on the line by Bloomberg's. You and it's nice to have you on the program I dump a partial to Nile from the US over increased restrictions on Chinese investments. What can you tell us about that. Yes we heard on Friday from Larry cudlow the head of President Trump's national economic council deliberations inside the white off of what some hawks at labeled a potential to financial decoupling of the world's two largest economies it sound like rather grand expansion of the trade war between China and the US we understand that the it's the options discussed including forcing a listing of Chinese companies from US exchanges imposing limits on investments in Chinese markets by US government pension funds and also on putting putting caps on the value of Chinese companies including indexes managed by US firms but now we've had something of a partial denial from the White House downplaying the limits of this the administration is not contemplating blocking Chinese companies from listing shares on US stock exchanges this time so not really denying the entirety of these suggestions are also saying at this time leaving the door. Perhaps open to more restrictions in this this all comes across the head of those key trade talks October tenth and eleventh the important days for those Chinese vice premier will be heading to the US. We all L. Senior officials to discuss the ongoing trade while this is very much something which markets keeping an eye on so watch out for more headlines on the trade front and on the Market Watch. What about this tax hike in Japan. How is that affecting thanks yeah prominence. The Shinzo will be hoping it's third time lucky for his tax increase. The plan tomorrow is to increase the sales tax from eight percent ten percent now. They tried and failed to do this twice. The Japanese Economy of course has been in a fragile Rajon state for years more than a decade really and consumer spending pretty fragile now. Japan is keen to show that it serious about chipping wait debt of course Japan's public debt load is the biggest in the developed world in twenty fourteen the last time this was tried right. There was a serious damage to the economies of this time they've already hedged their bets of the raft of countermeasures designed to smooth out the boom and bust in in consumption and buy some some calculations they actually add up to more than the total extra proceeds from the tax increase in the first year so they've tried to did this a bit more carefully this time also some disparity in economic forecasts as to how Japanese economy is going to fare this year. I'm this survey. Bouma reckon that the economy will shrink violent annualized two point seven percent in the final three months of two thousand nine hundred a pretty bad performance elements to round out the year four Japan by the spread of forecasts is unusually wide so far. We've got some preliminary data on consumer spending four September and shows that there's been a bit of a spike in sales of home appliances and furniture buying but it's not really a mad rush to splurge so the some signs of people buying ahead ahead of this tax increase but the Japanese government selling the hoping this time they can finally get this tax hike through the door you and thank you for this. you in pots. They're in a very busy Bloomberg newsroom.

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Party of ex-Chancellor Kurz wins Austrian election

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Party of ex-Chancellor Kurz wins Austrian election

"Welcome to the briefing we begin by turning our attention to Austria where former Chancellor Sebastian Courts as won a general election and in convincing fashion snap election was called following the collapse of the previous government made up of the People's Party of Mister Courts and the far-right Freedom Party hardy video had revealed the Freedom Party's openness to Russian influence. Peddling courts will now have to choose between shifting left or going back to his former allies in the far right party to form a new government for more on this. I'm joined by tests should covets. UK Correspondent for Austria Profile magazine Tessa. Thank you for joining us and and welcome back to the show Were you surprised at all. I don't buy this results. I think everyone was surprised because the opinion polls before forty elections showed a better resort for prognosis for the far-right what happened I think in the last weeks before the elections was that the far-right Freedom Parthiv got involved. There were some revelations about expense scandals around the leadership and former former head of the party has gone and that further dampen their the the results so a combination of the bitter video scandal from May with these new revelations just kicked him off the chances to return to government as the logical partner that for Christian for Sebastian quote what's so we will see now in long probably difficult coalition negotiations if he indeed will to the Green Party as coalition nations partner. I want to come back to that expensive scandal you mentioned but you are right. The Green Party did surge which is quite curious here sort of square in the middle the People's Party the Conservative Party is the Social Democrats as well which is quite curious. The Conservative Party gained a lot of ground far right lost ground obviously because of of that scandal but with the performance of the Greens does that put into question where the former chancellor is going to look for a new partner in in his coalition while he's definitely the successful populist he managed to gain votes though his previous coalition was failed completely in renewing Australia sort of fear contract with the people in the future so they just had to resign after eighteen months and still he comes out as the one who is the staple prime minister that people trust again to form another government so that's the first thing so the second thing is that the Zeitgeist has changed a little bit in the last two years so the last elections refund on a tough immigration stands after the refugee crisis resulted in strong anxieties in the population this time we're sort of in the middle of Friday's for future a frenzy people thinking about the climate catastrophe more than about the the consequences of immigration could try to push the immigration a topic in all conversations or interviews during during the election campaign but in fact the resides in the success of the green pod shows that the younger voters want something else than the constant immigration debate so they turn to the Green Party and a lot of people in the middle of the society also thought that they wanted some kind of the more open minded and more progressive stance on questions like immigration European Union and end climate and those people voted either green or for this small Liberal Party which was also quite successful. Do we have any indication of which way ah the former chancellor is leaning here for his Coalition Party as he say sort of it is a popular thing now more people are thinking about the climate obviously climate change rather more people voted voted green so he's quite young guy as well not only in age but in his political experience so may he be more curious to to shift left in in building and continuing to grow on his popularity he might and this is a big test now for him as a politician because he was very quickly quickly turning to become one of these right wing populace strongmen tough on immigration and constantly talking about political Islam. I am in how to sort of restrictor these influences in Australian in his Austrian homeland and artists sixty. You know the rhetoric from other other right wing politicians in Europe to now. He has the chance to move back to the middle and do a coalition with the Green Party ideologically. Lee I think this will be quite difficult for him because he has always said that he felt comfortable in the coalition with defy red because they shared a lot of his reform plans and also this anti immigration stance now we will see what he will do and it will be a a very big test also for the Green party because they are much more progressive much more welcoming to immigration much more open minded and in then Sebastian could so for them to go into coalition is quite dangerous too but it's now the moment where Australia has decided and where the Green Party ends passive quits mainly mainly those two have to decide if they want to prevent the fire to come back from into government or not and we will probably see this by the end of the year beginning of next year only the results so the next week will be quite interesting Tessa. Thank you so much for this just fits their

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What does the Freedom party scandal mean for Austria?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:49 min | 1 year ago

What does the Freedom party scandal mean for Austria?

"Earlier this week, a video was released, which showed Australia's vice-chancellor conducting an unwisely amenable conversation with someone claiming to be connected to Russian money in the video shot on either in two thousand seventeen Heinz Christians rocker of the ultra-conservative Freedom Party appeared to be offering government contracts for political favors. He has now resigned and the Freedom Party has quit the government plunging Austrian politics into crisis. It is an extremely we'd scandal. Indeed verging on inexplicable, if you are a remotely sensible politician is only one rational response to any suggestion by anyone with a Russian accent, that quantity, rubles might be on offer in return for certain surreptitious services rendered that one sensible response. Is this stand up? Thank them for the drink and declared as loudly. And as clearly as possible in the direction of any lamp shades handbags that might be secrete. Eating cameras that you are. Absolutely not interested. Not now not ever. Not for the first time angry. Populists have demonstrated themselves temperamentally unsuited to actual governance. Can Austria's chancellor Sebastian Kurz survive this and seeing as how he brought these dubious far-right Yahoos into power does he deserve to this is the foreign desk? He tried to distance himself from this a little bit, and tried to portray himself as having been sort of transformed, but that infect was not completely true and could took one and a half years. Now to say that this is really enough. And he didn't do this. I mean this video just showed too much of the moon face of his coalition partners. You don't have to take very far to understand that Russian money per meets European politics in a really big way. Loads of Russian money makes its way into European parties through think tanks through various kind of campaign. Pledges. There is a huge problem post himself as somebody who suffered who week demised himself for the nation for the country. But this is sorry to say nonsense, because it was him who built this collision, it was also him who would have had so many possibilities and options to say something nobody told him to suffer. You're listening to the foreign desk with me, Andrew Miller on today's show. We'll take a detailed look at the scandal, which has both up ended and bewildered. Australian politics and ask, if there is a lesson here for voters elsewhere, in Europe, considering supporting populist outsiders, like, for example, don't but I currently of Monaco's correspondent in Vienna outlines what has become known as I beat the gate. It's hard to convey to the outside world, the extent to which the scandal has gripped the Australian imagination everyone who was talking about it in every cafe in every home up enough to guess drinking video was, he comes Alexandrian, a quarter of the population watch that historic speech by chancellor Sebastian courts last Saturday. The one where he said that enough was enough skin. Skin is and that was in the same night as Eurovision and in the spirit of vision. The scandal has given a new lease of life to this nine thousand nine hundred nine hit song by the she adults group, Bengals gets cold. We're going to be, so it's at the top of the charts in Australia. Why? Well. Because of course it was on that Spanish on that the secret video was recorded. Seriously, though, the video came as a complete bombshell, but the fact that it was the Freedom Party, the FBI mass down. So spectacularly was actually not that surprising until compared to if the social Democrats and the conservatives have long very long tradition on their values on their ideology on their programmatic basis, and this is quite different to f f is a party that opposes and not creates. And this is one answer why they always fail by themselves, did Luke was a spokesperson for the former conservative chancellor, Vulcan Schuessel, who also led a coalition government with the F the in the early two thousands. She was that, when that government collapsed would say their challenge is not being. A responsible party who governs? It's more being a party of the opposition. And this is a different role and blow up. It was their own failure. It was not the failure by others. Nobody would think about having another if a if a coalition for the next future. So I think they really knocked out themselves. Is in trouble then. So is the of a pay the conservatives, but things could go either way for them. It all depends on whether their leader chancellor courts survives the no confidence vote on Monday courses being under five using the fat his own ends, and Fulmer coalition with the F the fest place. His public statements have the past week. Have also come in for some criticism. He post himself as somebody who, who suffered two week demise himself for the nation for the country. But this is I'm sorry to say nonsense, because it was him who built this nation it was him. Baba taught is reporter working for the Viennese weekly defaulter, the only Australian publication that was given access to this talk video before it was released. She's written a biography of court since she's been watching his behavior in the public's reaction stood closely Ostrom people. They're beginning to scrutinize in to deconstruct would he's doing because. It's, it's easy now to see. I'm the anchor and I will guarantee stability, but people are beginning to ask, who's he takes responsibility for this crisis, and that's him. So it's going to be not so easy for him to have the same run during the election. Like trees Sebastian codes loses the no confidence vote on Monday. He'll remain the most popular politician in the country. But what does all this mean for the? All the all fall ride going to slip from political infamy into political obscurity. Alost word from baba told no Mike, my answer would be no. Because we believe experienced the end of the F in the beginning of two thousand to two thousand three some thought, it's the end in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s so I would be very careful to say. It's the end let's, let's remember, do not Trump during his campaign when this recording. When pop Nick, where he talked about what he does with women, and everybody was shock. Then everybody thought this is going to be the end of Donald Trump. And he was he was elected. Similar to this. I think it can even help to mobilize Motus, who will see the effects, the something.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Layout in assessing to time line as you can. But how do we get from this one, scandalous video to now? Five government officials haven't vacate their posts. Wow. Well, this has been one of the most exciting weekends early weeks in Austria. I think in its postwar history on Friday night, as everyone's heading home from work, all of a sudden, the social media networks, every renting with news, a news of a leaked video of the vice chancellor of Austria, Hines Christians have the far-right Freedom Party and his young protege in a villa any beats drunk, it'd be being the Spanish island where this video was filmed. Exactly just blathering on and on to a Russian woman, who they believed was the niece of a prominent Russian oligarch, and I'll just insert here that I have not had the opportunity to verify exactly what is being documented on this video. But what it has done is resolve of these questions in Austria about the extent of Russian influence in Australian politics. Is that right? Absolutely. And I mean it's funny because these are actually fake Russians. This is these are not necessarily people that were sent from the Kremlin we. Don't really know the providence of the video, some people believe it's an activist collective other people are speculating that some secret services of various countries were involved. But the most important thing to say is that vice chancellor struck. It hasn't denied any of the assertion, right. Well, let me ensured a practical question here. Where does this leave the government of Austria whose church today? Oh my goodness crisis keeps deepening by the day yesterday. Some of the parties called for a vote of no confidence. The chancellor Sebastian courts was hoping that he could get rid of interior minister kinkle, who has also been the center of several scandals himself during the course of the eighteen months that they've been government. The other ministers of transport defense and labor said, we're gonna leave too, so you're describing all sorts of behind closed doors. Machinations going on here, but bottom line. Australia prepares to go to bed tonight. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is still in. Charge of the government, but he doesn't have much of a government now that his coalition has fallen apart. Exactly, how is this playing as you're out in about interviewing people on the streets of Vienna? Well in Vienna. People are extremely concerned, although Vienna has a very long history as a social democratic city. It's known in fact as red Vienna. But, you know, the first poll since the scandal came out yesterday and the Freedom Party lost a four to five percent, but they're still pulling it eighteen percent. So their core supporters remain, loyal and support their anti immigrant anti Jimmy t agenda in this all anybody's talking about. Oh my goodness. You can't avoid it. I mean the cafe on the ground floor of my apartment building has painted up on its windows. We're going to be everyone's moved on from the shock to the speculation of the providence of the video, and the question of whether or not then vote of emotional confidence will go through Valerie Hopkins of the financial times speaking with us from. Vienna. Thanks so much. Thank you very much for having me, the investigation into the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka has now spread to neighboring, India the suspected mastermind those attacks had spent time there. Authorities are looking at whether the region could become a new front for global jihad and bears. Lauren Freyer reports from southern India, where she met families of some ISIS recruits, these are the photos. How old is she say exceedances been to some reefs through old photos of her daughter's dance recitals as a girl? She was booking. She studied to be a dentist then three years ago she converted to Islam and moved to Afghanistan. Authorities say she joined ISIS for a while, she still sent her mother voice messages. Channel get. Yeah. Hi. Yeah. My Granddad that all the way from. Yeah. Being do smiles at a recording of the granddaughter. She's never met and wonders if she ever will six months ago, her daughter's phone line went silent. This is where been do's daughter came away to dental school, and was she and her husband fellow convert to calm are believed to have been radicalized the northern part of India's..

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Classes, the boatman fires up the schools diesel engine putters up the river to deliver Neela and the other students back to their villages. Once he's dropped off the third grade class. He started picking up older kids for the afternoon session. Neil's mother Mussa likes that Neil as teacher comes straight to her door to pick her up, and if it wasn't for this mobile classroom. Blue says Neela probably wouldn't be in school at all not school. There's no other school nearby. There's one school, but it's far away. That's why we chose to send Neela to the both school like almost everyone else here. Neil. His parents are farmers yet. Her mother says Neela is destined for bigger things. No one in her family has ever gone to college. But Mussa insists Neela is going to be a doctor and Neela nods her head enthusiastically, Jason bobbie-ann NPR news. The European parliament has voted for the first time to punish a country for trampling on European Union values the country. We're talking about is hungry where the right wing government is accused of weakening democracy and mistreating asylum seekers and our psoriasis or Heidi Nelson is in Berlin. And she sent this report proponents of sanctioning, Hungary. Include Dutch, European parliament member you'd at Sargentini. She told fellow lawmakers the unprecedented vote was about a lot more than stopping the hardline. Hungarian government from strong arming, the country's courts journalists and NGOs, we all have to task to protect the rights of European citizens to live in a society in which literally non-discrimination tolerance Justice, solidarity and equality between women and men, prevail. It is therefore our duty to act even monthly Viva is critical of the Hungarian government's behavior. He heads the parliament's powerful European People's Party too. In which Hungary's ruling party belongs. And I have to tell you that you have to defend our ideas, I'll come and bail us in all our politically families, and you have to convince each other that we only have a future. If are sticking together insists spirit, the founding fathers of Europe three hundred the European Union to stick to the rule of law in every situation. Today's vote will trigger hearings that could ultimately strip Hungary of its rights and benefits as a member of the EU block, Austrian chancellor Sebastian courts who is close to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban in shares his hardline stance against Muslim migrants. Also of the European parliament push to sanction the Hungarian government, but Orban remained defiant. Komo sheet issued a microcosm. What he told you? They're lawmakers. The vote was an insult to the honour of the Hungarian people overwhelmingly elected his ruling party, he accused the EU of trying to turn Hungary into a state filled with migrants, Oregon, also. Warned the vote per tear the European Union apart that's a widely held concern here in Europe, given the risk of a backlash by the growing number of voters who questioned the EU's migration policy and liberal values. Many analysts here predict such a backlash will play into the hands of politicians eager to weaken. If not dismantle the European Union psoriasis or Sirhatti, Nelson, NPR news, Berlin. This is NPR news twenty nine now past the hour. Let's take another look at traffic.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"European parliament will vote today on whether to put the cones proposals forward to the european commission the german chancellor angela merkel and tear interior minister jose hofer today attempt to shore up their tough new gration policy in meetings with two to european leaders known for their hardline anti migrants starts mrs eho phase traveling to vienna for talks with the austrian chance chancellor sebastian courts now discuss the migrant policy deal his trunk with germany's leader and glenn merckel his bethany bell the german migrant plan could see transit center set up on the border with austria well migrants could be held before being sent back to the countries where they registered aside and planes but it's not clear if austria will agree mr could said he was prepared to take measures to protect australia's southern borders with italy and slovenia and would work to prevent what he called negative consequences for his country in a separate development another hardliner on migration the hungarian prime minister viktor auburn is due to meet chancellor merkel in berlin police in new york have removed a woman who climbed onto the base of the statue of liberty in a protest president trump's immigration policy the area around the statue was evacuated as officers spent three hours trying to persuade her to leave in the end police use climbing ropes to reach her the national basketball teams of australia and the philippines have issued a joint apology for huge brawl during a match earlier this week basketball's governing body has begun disciplinary proceedings thirteen players were rejected from the game in manila after they exchange cakes and punches and threw chairs bbc news many thanks for the latest hello and welcome to newsday paul and shaima woody this morning coming up the latest from thailand where those boys are still trapped in the cave plus germany's leaders prepares to meet the leaders of austria hungary to talk about how to deal with migrants especially those on the borders and nigeria's governing party spits we'll find out why and what it means ahead of the presidential election next year so once more the nerve agent nova talk is at the center of a major investigation here in britain police say a man and a woman who were found unconscious in wiltshire southwest england on saturday were exposed to nova chuck the nerve agents used in the attack on the former spy in his daughter in march the new victims named locally as charlie rally end on sturgis are in critical condition neil bustle is the assistant commissioner for the metropolitan police here in britain he gave this statement at a press conference i can confirm tonight but there has been a significant development let the cancer terrorism policing network is now leading the investigation into this incident this evening i've received test results from poland down that show that the two people have been exposed to the nerve agent neil bessie days also head of counterterrorism policing here in the uk the government is convenience emergency committee cobra later today alastair hay is professor emeritus of environmental toxicology at the university of leeds alicea first of all what are your thoughts on this well like everybody stunned really on and concerned because we thought that the chalk had been removed and that was the end of the story and just really hoping that the script holes would recover wealth so having another incident is shocking really and certainly something that doctors would be absolutely stunned about well once in hospital having to the cost to yet another to patients very seriously ill are you surprised because the authorities had said that they cleaned out the decontaminated all the areas that were affected in soulsby that it was safe for people to walk around and then this has happened well we know the second stances for the current poisoning i suppose it's all on that it's likely to be some residual contamination somewhere that until we have an tastes complete their investigation we know that but obviously they need to try and get on top of this and find out whether the recent couple as soon as possible if it is the same batch of nava joke it's incredible to think that it's still lingering in the environment four months after the scribbles were put into hospital entirely all the.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They they didn't ouster on that occasion for example transition that was always going to be a big deal and she she did it and again they didn't also and they weren't resignation so i think that the discussion if he likes theresa may has just been slowly slowly one boiling the frog if you like one redline turning pink atta time who knows what comes next year pinpoint you've you you know the choices canada quick question on jeremy corbyn he avoided a tricky scenario yesterday the unite union backing off that pledge to cool for a second referendum is that now off the table when it comes to labor policy emma get question again with kuhlman we have seen him moving slowly slowly towards a much softer brexit just in the last six months he's made some yes the customs union yes to single market a little bit name the united thing was interesting because the biggest financial back of quirky there was a poll commissioned by sort of e you getting into the unite conference we shut them ajar heaving i wanted to say on the final on the final deal i don't think it's going away and i suppose one could imagine sny if labor stole the power of going through a second referendum than perhaps that might influence policy also remember the john mcdonald hasn't ruled out a second my friend very much all preferred route is a general election and joe mcdonald haven't ruled it out i saw right there over kathleen the language about it thanks for joining us emma ross thomas saw brexit edison what's happening with the international headlines his markus karlsson guy nato allies are pushing back against accusations by donald trump of not spending enough on defense it italian prime minister just happy content insists there is no tension between the us president and his nato allies i have already replied referring to a pledge a tool that has already been launched in practice italy contributes but the forms of contribution or not just of economic nature we also contribute with interventions which are strategic for nato so we also use these different forms of contribution that should be considered as a whole just happy contact speaking through a translator the us senate intelligence committee has strongly backed the finding that russian president vladimir putin interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election to help donald trump win the committee said that there was a body of intelligence to quote support the assessment that putin and the russian government developed a clear preference for trump unquote meanwhile iran's president hassan ruhani says it will resume its nuclear activities unless france germany and the uk guarantee continued investment and trade bloomberg's jonathan tyrone says ronnie is due to speak at austria's chamber of commerce where he will call on europe to shore up the nuclear deal ruhani visiting the australian capital for meetings with chancellor sebastian courts and president alexander van der bellen ruhani is expected to sign memorandum's of agreement for cooperation in the fields of energy and transportation jonathan tyrone in vienna for bloomberg daybreak europe and the french president emmanuel mccall is in lagos for meetings with his nigerian counterpart president muhammadu buhari bloomberg's sophie mugabe reports and the new advocate shrine the consent of late position now security and the fight against terrorism with larry within wednesday meets nigerian enterpreneurs and take partner french nigerian economic forum in labour's so daybreak global news twenty four hours a day on aruna take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy this is what it sounds like when you win.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Italian mobile phone operator mobile network operator turning to the uk prime minister theresa may is said to be facing a fresh showdown with her cabinet over plans to keep the uk closely tied to e rules for trading goods after brexit according to sources may senior pro brexit colleagues want her to explain more clearly how a new proposal for the uk's future customs regime will work some pro brexit ministers are concerned the plans could keep the country chain to us tariff regime indefinitely and ryanair is facing pilots strikes in its irish home market next week it may become the most significant confrontation between europe's biggest low cost carrier and organized labor to date apollo ryan cockpit crew produced they ninety four to one vote in favor of industrial action including strikes that's according to spokesman for the irish airline pilots association with the walkouts set for july the twelfth those your top stories for the latest in global news here's bloomberg's ben clarke ben thank you very much nara nato allies are pushing back against accusations by donald trump of not spending enough on the fence italian prime minister just said we content insists there's no tension between the us president and his nato allies i have already replied referring to a pledge a tool that has already been launched in practice italy contributes but the forms of contribution or not just of economic nature we also contribute with interventions which are strategic for nato so we also use these different forms of contribution that should be considered as a whole the us citizen committee strongly backed the finding that russian president vladimir putin interfered in the two thousand sixteen presidential election to help donald trump win the committee said there was a body of intelligence to support the assessment that putin and the russian government developed a clear preference for trump meanwhile the rainy and president hassan ruhani says it will resume its nuclear activities in france germany and the uk guarantee continued investments and trade bloomberg's jonathan terrain says ruhani is due to speak on threes chamber of commerce we who call on europe to shore up the nuclear deal ruhani is visiting the australian capital for meetings with chancellor sebastian courts and president alexander van der bellen ruhani is expected to sign memorandum's of agreement for cooperation in the field of energy and transportation jonathan tyrone in vienna for bloomberg daybreak europe and french president emmanuel macron is in lagos for meetings with his nigerian counterpart president muhammadu buhari bloomberg's sophie miguel reports and the new afrika shrine the concert hall of late afrobeat musician fela kuti security and the fight against terrorism with larry within on wednesday meets june enterpreneurs and take part in a french nigerian economic forum in labour's bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours a day on the end ticked off on twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm ben clarke this is bloomberg markets thanks very much indeed tamna for the morning sports apparently there was something in moscow to celebrate for england fans yesterday is andrew horse england fans dreaming of will find love getting post columbia on penalties to my philosophy next up sweeten on saturday just goal the energy now then we could the final how far can they go now all the way covered by washburne stays on the fifteenth july divorced hurricane putting the head of the second half columbia requ allies right at the end of the nineteen minutes eric dr eventually scored the winning penalty after england missed i what's your federal answering a williams abakan send a quarter wimbledon today off the plenty of home success on day to two british ones carl bundle you'll.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up on the frontline cam protests don't change the world we'll hear how a novel informed by black lives matter is inspiring activism in the united states if i do nothing else as an author but energize generation to see change happen dan i feel like i've done my job and how one cultural institution in eastern ball became a focal point for protest that sold on the line after the latest bbc news bbc news with jerry smith two major still produces tueson krug of germany and india's tortoise steel have agreed to merge in the biggest deal in europe for more than a decade the new company will be the second largest steel manufacturing the region employing nearly fifty thousand people the australian chancellor sebastian courts is hosting a ceremony on a mountain top the elves to mocha's countries assumption of the presidency mr kuc study one has promised to make tackling illegal immigration a priority the airline virgin atlantic says it will no longer work with the british government to deport people deemed to be illegal immigrants the company has faced pressure from campaigners over the wrongful deportation of caribbean immigrants who've been in britain for decades afghanistan's security forces have resumed military operations against the tunnel bone after president ashraf ghani declared an end to a unilateral ceasefire mr gani had ordered government forces to suspend fighting against the taliban for ten days following a brief truce during the holiday two weeks ago us intelligence officials believe north korea has increased production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons in recent months despite improve relations with the us and south korea nbc news quotes a number of unnamed us officials are saying that north korea has several secret nuclear sites the us ambassador to estonia has resigned reportedly in frustration at remarks made by president trump about america's european allies james melville revealed in a facebook post the mr trump's comments prompted him to bring forward his retirement leaders from swaziland's lgbt community say they're going ahead with the country's first gay pride march despite france from conservative and religious groups homosexuality is illegal in swaziland bbc news hi i'm angie thomas a writer from mississippi.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It didn't respond to the pressure from the people positively probably wouldn't be where we are so it's not abby only give credit to many other things too but abby came at the right time the right place and i really would expect that would extend to iran's to going abroad to a representative of the train opposition people's democratic party who lives here in britain italy's new government is not the anyone in europe taking a tough line with migrants austria also emerged as another hotline voice it's government a coalition of the conservatives and the far right is made cutting migration one of the priorities of australia's presidency of the eu which starts at the beginning of july australia's chancellor sebastian courts as promised what he called an axis of the willing to press for tightening the eu's external borders policies supported by budapest at the start of the migrant crisis in two thousand fifteen austria welcomed the refugees but as bethany bell reports the mood has sharply changed landsbanki elected leibman annoyance mostra is young leader sebastian kurz of the conservatives is riding high he came to power last year with a tough message against migration the migrant crisis of two thousand fifteen he says was not happen again simpson in two thousand fifteen i warned that if we followed a policy of often external borders been refugees migrants and illegal migrants who just waved through all the way to central europe our internal border freedoms stinks in in give is sebastian kurz wants to shift the focus from relocating asylumseekers inside the eu to defending europe's outer borders australia's you minister cannot blue mel told me more and more countries support australia's hotline it's necessary to come on the border protection it really works it's just not useful to talk about the quotas distribute migrants within the european states when we cannot protect award us when we address this issue two and a half years ago many countries were skeptical but the long it takes and the more people see that we cannot soft immigration problem in the other european leaders tried to the switch onto our position so we are quite convinced it will be possible to reach a consensus on the issue of excellent border this was the scene on the austrian hungarian border in september two thousand fifteen refugees and migrants men women and children were given food and clothes by aid workers and volunteers as they transited through to northern europe many others applied for asylum here but the migrant deal with turkey and the closure of the bulkin route means things are very different today well this is the sleepy little town of nickelsdorf in rolling countryside rights near australia's border with hungary and three years ago this main streets towards the railway station was filled with thousands of refugees and migrants making their way from hungary towards vienna and many onto germany today everything is very quash again and the overall number of asylum applications in australia has dropped dramatically but the memories of the migrant crisis of two thousand fifteen remain here no one should be without controls that's the law anyone who crosses the border should have to show id i think everybody has a right to come here especially refugees i think it should never happen again like in two thousand fifteen because it was very uncontrolled immigration was dangerous for the refugees it was dangerous for us yariel publish offbeat matteo sereni by the farright freedom party which is now the junior partner in the austrian government it shows its leader hides christiane visiting his fellow hardliner matteo salvini in rome antimigrant policies have been a vote winner for right parties for years but now something sebastian coulds conservative is beating the far right at its own game young spot checks on trains near austria's borders the message to irregular migrants is clear then not welcome here bethany bell reporting from australia on changing attitudes towards migrants.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to the bbc world service i'm ed butler coming up i'm looking at the economics of kidnapping yes hundreds of thousands of people suffer the nightmare criminal capture and ransom every single year but what should you do if you're negotiating someone's release should you pay what the kidnappers are asking who should you haggle how it home safe sound and solvent in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin the right wing austrian chancellor sebastian courts will join leaders of four central european countries in budapest later for talks on stricter controls on the european union's external borders austria has made cutting migration priority of its presidency the eu which begins next month the host of today's gathering hungary is facing strong criticism for adopting new laws that criminalize people and organizations who help migrants the us house of representatives is expected to vote later on to immigration bills that would cut legal migration and fund president trump's proposed border wall it follows mr trump's decision to reverse a policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border following a public outcry india has increased import duties on some american agricultural and steal goods in retaliation for for us tariffs on steel and aluminium about thirty products are affected including almonds chick peas and shrimp turkey is also introducing tariffs on a range of us goods south korea's spy agency has warned that fraudsters are trying to sell outdated north korean money in china and southeast asia it says it criminals are trying to sell large amounts of north korean one on the premise that its value will jump wants north korea's economy develops however most of the notes being sold have not been in circulation since two thousand nine the prime minister of new zealand just send our dern has given birth to a baby girl the deputy prime minister will run the country for the next six weeks while miss ogden takes maternity leave she's the first world leader to take official parental leave three more matches to be played in the football world cup in russia today denmark take on australia in samara in the southwest of the country before franz play peru in ekaterinburg that's the latest bbc news hello welcome to business daily from the bbc world service i'm ed butler and today on business daily we're going.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to the bbc world service i'm ed butler coming up i'm looking at the economics of kidnapping yes hundreds of thousands of people suffered a nightmare of criminal capture and ransom every single year but what should you do if you're negotiating someone's release should you pay what the kidnappers are asking who should you haggle how to get home safe sound and solvent in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin the right wing austrian chancellor sebastian courts will join leaders of four central european countries in budapest later for talks on stricter controls on the european union's external borders australia has made cutting migration a priority of its presidency the eu which begins next month the host of today's gathering hungary is facing strong criticism for adopting new laws that criminalize people and organizations who helped migrants the us house of representatives is expected to vote later on to immigration bills that would cut legal migration and fund president trump's proposed border wall it follows mr trump's decision to reverse a policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border following public outcry india has increased import duties on some american agricultural and steal goods in retaliation for for us tariffs on steel and aluminium about thirty products are affected including almonds chick peas and shrimp turkey is also introducing tariffs on a range of us goods south korea's spy agency has warned that fraudsters are trying to sell outdated north korean money in china and southeast asia it says it criminals are trying to sell large amounts of north korean one on the premise that it's value will jump wants north korea's economy develops however most of the notes being sold have not been in circulation since two thousand nine the prime minister of new zealand to send our dern has given birth to a baby girl the deputy prime minister will run the country for the next six weeks while miss ogden takes maternity leave she's the first world leader to take official parental leave three more matches to be played in the football world cup in russia today denmark take on australia in samara in the southwest of the country before france play peru in ekaterinburg that's the latest bbc news hello welcome to business daily from the bbc world service i'm ed butler and today on business daily we're going.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bbc news austria has announced it will expel up to forty imams funded by foreign countries and closed down seven mosques sound a number of religious organizations the chancellor sebastian courts so this was a crackdown on political islam it follows investigations by the authorities including into several mosques backed by turkey president trump has had acrimonious exchanges with other g seven leaders over his protective steel and are you minium tariffs in a series of tweets mr trump criticized canada the eu and franz for charging what he called massive tariffs the g seven summit in canada starts later today police in singapore arrested two south korean journalists who accused of trespassing in the home of the north korean ambassador police said there were called to the residents on thursday afternoon an eighteen year old girl who was married off as a child bride at the age of six has filed a petition and north indian court for the illegal union to be announed into debbie from rajastan who was married to a boy a few years older than she was didn't join our husbands household because their family didn't have the money to pay for final ceremony the british foreign secretary boris johnson is worn to supporters that the brexit negotiations are reaching a moment of truth and there's a risk they may not get the deal they wanted his comments at a private dinner on wednesday night were captured in a recording obtained by buzzfeed news the chairman of the chinese technology corporations ed t e has apologized for errors that led to the imposition of a one billion dollar fine the us government the us founded had violated trade bands with north korea and iran parliament in the state of victoria australia has passed laws that create a framework for a future accord with indigenous groups campaigners described the vote as a watershed moment bbc news.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Phone better for the uk to stay in the european union as chicken on hardtalk after the news bbc news with sue montgomery tensions between president trump and other world leaders over trade been laid bare ahead of the g seven summit in canada which starts later today in a series of tweets mr trump criticized canada the eu and franz for charging what he called massive tariffs earlier the french president emmanuel macron told reporters he would use the summit to try to change president trump's mind on trade because you don't want i will repeat to president trump the measures he's taken a counterproductive including for his own economy the me it's also a question of principle you can't wage a trade war between allies the french leader said he would tell mr trump that is measures by counterproductive and that he couldn't wage warren is allies president trump's protectionist tariffs a metal imports certain dawns with other g seven nations austria has announced it will close down seven mosque sound expelled several imams funded by foreign countries the chancellor sebastian court said the move was the crackdown on political islam with the details bethany bell sebastian could said parallel societies political islam and radicalization had no place in austria the authorities began an investigation earlier this year after images emerged of children playing dead and reenacting the world war one battle of typically in a mosque run by artis turkish organization around forty foreign funded imams could be deported the vice chancellor hines christian of the far right freedom party said muslims should not be the subject to general suspicion that he said that in recent years many terrorists had tried to the gym is their acts by calling on the koran since national monetary fund is reached to do with argentina i standby by loan of fifty billion dollars among other measures the countries agreed to cut public spending and to reduce inflation the finance minister nicholaas to hoffner set the amount and offer displayed the level of support for argentina stand by next is so israel we have agreed on stand access to the.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Pursue our violatile context beat the cultural economic or other correspondent bethany bell is in vienna and asked her whether the government there has a feeling of responsibility regarding russia's relationship with the eu think australia's certainly stressing again again it wants to try and build bridges between russia and the eu when it comes to the sanctions though as the foreign minister said there austria's chancellor sebastian court says australia is firmly on the side of the eu sanctions but there are quite van big you is he's here the junior partner in the coalition government the farright freedom party has called for the sanctions on russia to be lifted so you know there is a difference of opinion here i'm now outside the hochberg palace in vienna and we're expecting president putin to arrive any minute are you saying that there's some political of internal conflict within australia about this position on the sanctions on russia posse has long called for the sanctions on russia to be lifted its leader went to moscow a couple of years ago in signed a cooperation agreement with the kremlin party united russia but when it joined the australian government it signed up to the eu sanctions on russia and mr cooks the chancellor the leader has stressed that that is what will happen that australia will continue to do that at the same time australia has of business interests in russia it's a big consumer of russian gas and certainly they are trying to make the most of the soft power if you like for mr putin of course this is an opportunity of showing that there isn't complete diplomatic isolation on russia he is welcome guest it here in vienna he's been given a warm welcome so yes.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Good morning use of what we have been expecting omv to nab this particular concession for some time this is the last of this particular block of concessions that has been selling off its raised about eight billion dollars by doing so so now that we have that out of the way the big question on everyone's minds is whether their scope for further cooperation between ad knock and when it comes to downstream and in particular when it comes to refining we've reported previously at bloomberg that is interested potentially in buying a stake in a waste refinery operated by apponaug i asked ceo taylor on that point particularly and he said he couldn't give away any of his secrets but we would have to wait until ad knox downstream day in may we are expecting ab knocked to reveal some of it strategy around downstream and potentially announced a few deals then as well now austrian chancellor sebastian courts was also in aba dhabi too witness the signing really underscoring the importance of this deal for austria uae trade relations but we spoke with him on a number of issues it's a really good time to be speaking with him yousef because australia is scheduled to take the helm of the presidency in just a couple months so we spoke with him on a range of issues including trade we have the us waivers for steel an aluminium tariffs from the eu scheduled to run out this evening so that's a pretty hot topic but we also talked of course about the thorny issue of brexit take a listen also there are some themes that we wouldn't choose keeping us busy at the top of our agenda will the brexit this year two thousand eighteen is the year that brexit has to be agreed to so that in two thousand nineteen it can take place beyond that there will of course be discussions about the annual financial frail that is the eu budget in addition to these subjects that we can't choose on our own we will set certain national priorities emphasize the theme of security we will be successful during a summit meeting in vienna to which i will invite heads of state and government making progress in the fight against big limitation comes in the fight against radicalization and for more security all right you've said before that you want to make security of focus of.

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"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"chancellor sebastian courts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The largest network of reporters and correspondent for the bbc world service right here on wnyc an ana new york still to come on the forum more on the story of buddhika britain's most famous warrior queen what is the story of the final confrontation between her troops and the roman legions who finally defeated her and what archaeological secrets still remained to be unearthed to reveal more about how tale still with me richard hanley miranda ota's green and jane webster we'll be back after the news summary bbc news with neil nunez the head of the cia mike pompeo has told the bbc that he's concerned about the level of chinese influence in the united states and europe mr bump pale said he had seen focused efforts by china to steal information and infiltrate western spy networks the prime minister of hungary viktor orban will make a state visit to vienna on tuesday for talks with the conservative austrian chancellor sebastian courts mr orban will also meet the vicechancellor hindes christian sharkah who leads the farright freedom party austria's governing coalition shares the hungarian leaders hardline views and immigration and his desire to return more powers to nation states talks aimed at finding a political resolution to the conflict in syria are beginning in the southern russian city of saatchi the meeting of the syrian download congress which has been brokered by russia turkey and iran will bring together supporters of both president bashar assad and his opponents but the country's main opposition groups have said they will boycott the event the kenyan opposition leader rilo dinka it has said he will be sworn in as the country's president on tuesday despite losing last year's disputed election kenya's attorney general says this would be treason a group of young colombians have filed what they say is the first climate change lawsuit in latin america the youth saad bonding the government acts to protect their constitutional right to a healthy environment the prestigious michelin guide has allowed a french restaurants to be removed from its listings after its chef said he did not want the pressure associated with one of the world's most highly rated establishments the.

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