18 Burst results for "Chilean Government"
"chilean government" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"They were very much oppressed as a people, and she was affected too by that, because the Chilean government was trying continuously to press the young gun into a smaller and smaller space. And take away the land that they'd been living on. So gradually they found themselves just at the outskirts of a little place called villa yukika where she lived most of her life. But gradually, the Chilean government realized that it had something rather precious in Christina that she was the last living relic with a very deep past. So eventually she became known as a national treasure. There were rather moving pictures taken at the end of her sitting in the very fine white wooden house. She was given by the Chilean government. And gazing out of the window at the waters of the beagle channel. A place where she could still remember the tree bark canoes setting out. Which she was the last to be able to describe in a language which had now gone forever. Anne Rowe, on Christina Calderon, who has died, aged 93. You see, Christine. That's all for this episode of the intelligence. Let us know what you think of what you've heard. You can get in touch with podcasts at economist dot com. The show's editors this week are Kim gidden, marguerite Howell, and Chris empty. Our sound engineer is will Rowe our senior producers are John Joe Devlin, Stevie hurts, Jack gill, and Sam western. Our producers are William Warren, Rory Galloway, and alize Jean Baptiste, and assistant producer, Abbas toy ocean dairo. We'll all see you back here on Monday..
"chilean government" Discussed on Planet Money
"This is planet money from NPR. Alexei? Amanda, does your husband know where you are right now? Only sort of. Yeah. He knows he knows I've left the house. The other day I called up my colleague, Amanda arancini, as she was in the middle of a very important mission. I would call it like a mission of love. It's a mission of love is what this is. Amanda had just slept her way across Brooklyn, taken the subway and then walked some 15 blocks through the freezing rain with a handful of white tulips in hand. How are you feeling right now? How am I feeling? I feel like a little nervous? People don't always like surprises. But this is what Valentine's Day is for, right? Love surprises, flowers, that kind of thing? You have to be bold when it comes to love. Okay, I'm gonna be brave and I'm gonna be bold for planet money Valentine's Day episode. Okay, wish me luck. Good luck. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm Alexei horwitz gazi, it is Valentine's season. And as longtime listeners will know, here on the show, we have made it our annual tradition to say yes to love. To gather up all the things out there in the world that inspire our affection or jealousy or admiration and bear our deepest feelings. Sometimes the thing we love is a piece of amazing journalism or a delightfully wonky economic concept, or in the case of Amanda Iran check this year. Hey, how are you? It's ball occasion for you. Thank you very much. A kind of Brazilian cheese bread. Because this cheesy bread has been Amanda's Beacon over the last few months. A delicious glint of light cutting through the dreary fog of another pandemic winter. And that is why Amanda found herself with a fistful of tulips, explaining our show to a server at Santo Brooklyn. The restaurant that makes her favorite delicacy. Okay, so my name is Amanda. I work for an NPR show called planet money. It's planet money, got it. And we do a Valentine's Day show where we profess our love for something, and I am professing my love to this restaurant. The love is also for the cheese bread. Oh my God. You guys, these flowers. Oh my God, that is so cute. I'd love to live. It's not funny, but it's still up to it. Today on the show, declarations of love, meet cutes and true bromance. Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from clavier. The email and text marketing platform that puts creators and control. If you're the creator of an ecommerce brand, you need a platform that hustles as hard as you do. Clavio unlocks the power of your ecommerce data so you can personalize and automate messages that keep customers coming back, creators communicate with clavio. Get started for free at KLA, VI, YO dot com slash NPR. Hey, so it's black history month and to celebrate NPR's book of the day podcast is digging into the archives and bringing you conversations from important and interesting writers from our history. Alex Haley, Toni Morris and Octavia butler and more. So listen, to the book of the day podcast from NPR. Hey Lexie, Kenny Malone, happy Valentine's Day. Happy Valentine's Day, Alexei, I have a Valentine I'm very passionate about this year. It is an economics paper. Would you like to hear about it? I'm excited to hear it. What are we talking? Well, it's not just any economics paper. This is the microeconomics paper of the year last year, according to the American economic journal. Oh, fancy. It is very fancy. And the reason I love it is because the author found this wonderfully clever way to test like a big economic theory that I feel like we take for granted, which is when retailers are forced to compete on a transparent and open marketplace. When all the information is out there, that it's better for consumers and prices should come down. Okay, I'm interested, go on. Okay, so this is, let me walk you through this. We're going to start first before we get to the paper with a screen share. I'm going to show you this website. Can you see my screen okay? Are you seeing okay, yes? Can you tell what we're looking at? Just generally. It's kind of like lo fi clunky government website, is that right? That is right. I'm looking here looks like, are these gas stations? I see. Yeah, yeah. Okay, yeah, what you are looking at is an official website run by the Chilean government because by law, if you are a Chilean gas station and you want to change your gas price, you have to log on to this very website and tell the world what your new gas price is. That is a rule. I think I've heard of crowdsourced versions of this app. This, this is legally enforced gas price posting. And so it is like a very good dataset to test out what happens when suddenly everybody has price information. Right. So remember, the big economic theory that we're like looking at says that here is what should happen once all that price information is out there. People who want to buy gas will look at all of these prices for the stations nearby them, and then they will go to the place with the cheapest gas, which means that the other gas stations nearby will also need to lower their price if they want to have their own customers. More price information empowers customers and it forces the gas stations to compete with each other. That's exactly right. And what I love about this paper is that it adds a beautiful twist into that general theory. Indeed, Alexei oh, indeed. Okay, so the author of this paper got a hold of another dataset that let them look like geographically at whether people did or didn't search for gas prices. Did people go and actually do comparisons? That's what they were able to check. Okay. And what they found was that when customers checked online gas prices a lot, yeah, like gas stations appeared to compete on price, gas prices stayed relatively low. Like the theory generally held. Makes sense. However, in places where people did not use that gas price information where they didn't go searching for it often. The exact opposite happened. Gas stations charged relatively more money, they made more money and this is like the most wonderful twist of it all. Do you want to guess why that was happening, Alexi? Or the gas station owners like using the same price data to collude in some way on the price? Yes. Yes, ish, right? So collude would mean like they called each other up and they're like, hey everybody, let's set our price. They didn't have to do that because everyone's price was out there. And so in these cases, where the customers weren't searching for gas prices, the gas station owners could like kind of ask, like, hey, wait a second. Everybody around me is charging more. Can I get away with charging more? And if the customers aren't going to punish them for charging more, then yeah, they can charge more, and they did charge more. Right. Okay, so is our big takeaway here that information is powerful. But that it maybe has some unintended consequences or something? Yeah, I think that's right. I mean, the reason that I want to give this paper my Valentine is because it puts a big asterisk next to this price and information theory. It says like, yes, knowing prices is incredibly powerful for consumers. But if consumers for some reason can not or do not use that price information, it can and will be used against them..
"chilean government" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Month with the Chilean government deploying 2000 soldiers to the region as it attempts to suppress the mapuche community on their fight to recover their ancestral lands The U.S. Congress has approved a new bipartisan sanctions Bill targeting the Nicaraguan government ahead of the country's presidential election Sunday in response to president Daniel Ortega's crackdown on the opposition Ortega is seeking a fourth term about 40 opposition figures including 7 presidential candidates have been arrested since June The legislation seeks to monitor and address human rights abuses and the obstruction of free elections by the Ortega government Opponents say more U.S. sanctions will continue to harm the Nicaraguan people in our demanding the U.S. government stop its catastrophic intervention in Nicaragua In The Hague three leading press freedom groups this week launched an unprecedented tribunal charged with holding governments accountable for the rising violence against journalists The people's tribunal on the murder of journalists is being spearheaded by the free press unlimited The committee to protect journalists and Reporters Without Borders For the next 6 months the tribunal will hold hearings on charges against the governments of Sri Lanka Mexico and Syria accused of failing to protect journalists and allowing their killers to act with impunity This comes as UNESCO has released a new report that documents an 87% impunity rate in cases of murder journalists between 2006 and 2020 The Justice Department is suing Texas over its recently passed voter suppression law saying it violates federal voting rights laws by targeting Texans of color Voters who don't speak English and voters with disabilities In related news the Republican controlled North Carolina legislature Thursday approved extreme gerrymandered redistricting maps giving Republicans and outsized advantage that could last for the next decade North Carolina governor Roy Cooper who's a Democrat does not have veto power over redistricting plans So any challenges to the new maps would likely go through the courts In other news from North Carolina dozens of democratic state lawmakers staged a walkout earlier this week After the house swore in its newest lawmaker Republican Donny Loftus who admitted he was present during the January 6th capitol insurrection Bloomberg reports Manhattan prosecutors have convened a second grand jury to continue probing the financial practices of Donald Trump's real estate empire and to weigh possible criminal charges of previous grand jury convened by Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance indicted the Trump organization and its former CFO Alan weisselberg In Kenosha Wisconsin the judge overseeing the trial of teenage gunmen Kyle rittenhouse has removed a juror who was overheard joking about the Shooting of Jacob Blake The African American man left paralyzed last year after he was shot by Kenosha police Judge Bruce Schroeder agreed with prosecutors that the jurors comments were disqualifying.
"chilean government" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"chilean government" Discussed on Phenomenal Ocean
"Belong? Are you alive or not alive? Eventually, it was through doing the paperwork looking to see in anthropological documents in journalistic documents to find when and where it was said that the cheltenham had extinct that I finally arrived at and quite late I have to say with some sense of guilt and shame, so my own white shame around this that there was a Sherman community and that they were cooperating. They had formed as a corporation to be able to begin these legal demands. From the Chilean government to be recognized. And I reached out to the president of the shelf corporation, he many Molina, I was here in this very house. I remember reading about her. Seeing her name, Googling her, and then finding a blog in which she works with creams and essences that she extracts from plants, a phone number, and I first texted her and I said, would it be okay if I call you? I am Camila, you know, I'll tell you more about who I am in person. She said, yes, give me a call. We talked for about two hours, and I would pay back and forth in my yard, explaining some version of this story that I've just explained to you. Just being really narrative about how I had reached. The point in which I could ask her to begin to teach me or un teach me what it was that the Sheik Nam people wanted me to know about their relationship to caru kinka and how I who had now been there for almost 8 years, operating at a very small scale with different research teams, mostly invested in this question of kind of human non human debates within the world of conservation to open up to Shatner needs, demands, and so himani, Molina said, okay, let's meet in person, and we did, a couple of days after that, and since then, so much has opened up so much in not only my understanding of white mourning and decolonizing mourning, but I would say more so what has opened up is in acknowledgment. Decolonizing morning, I think, is very important, and it needs to be done, and it exists within the realm of mostly undoing academic history of extermination of genocides, but I've since then discovered the practical work that needs to get done interpersonal relationships on the land in Tierra del Fuego. It is about acknowledging access, acknowledging who speaks when and where, who represents who and the alliances that need to be formed for a new kind of being in Terra del Fuego, which gathers all of these contradictions of native and non native partaking in the well-being of this archipelago. I also feel like if not like the word any longer, I think I might have liked it a couple of years ago, but I also, I'm very wary and somewhat pessimistic about what's going on in terms of the decolonial movement. I think that there is a blanketing of strategies, there is a sense of protocols that may appear in one place that can be then transposed to another place, and that to me is so dangerous because it's somehow the same logic that got us to where we are right now.
"chilean government" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Tanks that is needed on. I'm wondering if you could comment on their been this proposal by the Chilean government to possibly issue immunity cards to those Chilean citizens who have already recovered from from the virus or what could be the possible effects of that especially since. It's not really even a proven conclusively yet. That immunity is established Once you what you what you have recovered from the virus. Well it's a very responsible measure as you said. He's not proven that you can get immune after you recovered from the from the virus in beaten South Korea more than one hundred forty people that were recovered already. Got The Nineteen again a second time so I think it's just irresponsible. Also it shows this attitude that the government has of other continents for example we have more than ten thousand cases already and the plans were announced less than is that slowly we will. We will go back to a new normally which means that a public workers. This week had to go back to work which means that since. May a classes like students who have will have to go back to glasses slowly which will put their lives at risks? Basically so this sense like it feels like the decision making actually making is not putting people's well-being the center but basically try not to commit the will being of the economy It's really this is really problematic and present pineyro recently sparked outrage for posing in the main plaza and Santiago where the for months with the center of the raging anti inequality protests that were taking place. The Plaza has remained empty since the corona viruses forced the country to shut down your response the symbolism of what he was doing and your final comment well when he that action of taking that picture with this. Heroic Posture It was really outrageous first of all and also violent because as you said these these squared We used to be called During the bracing we renamed the space as lessening knew that which is a dignity square. And it's been a base embolic point. People have died there fighting. Like we've because of police brutality and people have lost their sight because of being shoot up directly at their eyes with mover buddies. So when you see him we hit it. Takes advantage of people winning quarantine not allowed to go out and he he goes there. Okay is just It's just showing. He's legroom pathy to this whole social process that we are legal eleven swallow. We want to thank you so much for being with us. Climate activists three fifty dot. Org Gordon is our former coordinated with Friday's for future Chile as we wrap up our fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day special in the midst of this raging pandemic. Democracy now is working with as few people as possible majority of our team working from home. I'm Amy Goodman with Juan Gonzalez be safe..
"chilean government" Discussed on Brief History Podcast
"Parchin sided with the United Kingdom. The into and you S. provided United Kingdom with Sidewinder missiles for use by the Harrier jets President Ronald Reagan approved Royal Navy's Request to borrow the sea curry capable amphibious assault ship. US Awad Jima. If the British lost aircraft carrier the United States Navy developed a plan to help the richest man that Shit with American military contractors likely retired sailors with knowledge of a Jima Systems in two thousand twelve declassified falls from the Reagan Library show that the US secretary state exam the hey wanted them to side side with Argentina over the Falklands Peru attempted to purchase twelve missiles to Argentina. In failed see her operation. Chilly gave support to the U K in the form of intelligence about the Argentine military. They also gave early warning. Intelligence regents on Taunton amusements throughout the war Argentina was afraid of Chilean military intervention in Patagonia and kept some of his best mounted. Kit Regiments away from the arguments near the Chilean border. As a precaution the Chilean government also allowed to United Kingdom to requisition the refuting vessel are FA tide pool while Chile had recently purchased which arrived at our on chilly in the full thankful. The ship left pool sooner was for essential oil and through the Panama Canal on stopping at Kerak unreach- according to the book operation Israel advises from Israel Aerospace Industries Ordine Argentina and continued that work during the conflict. The book also also claims that Israel sold weapons drop tanks in a secret operation in Peru Peru also openly sent Mirages pilots missiles missiles to Argentina joined purdue at earlier transferred ten Hercules transport planes to Argentina. Soon after the British Taskforce Excel in April nine hundred. Eighty two Nick Van Denver records that after Argentine FATE APP pens way. Guatemala brought to Malta offered to send para treaties to the Falkland Violence though Libya under Moammar Gadhafi Argentina received twenty launchers and sixty sixty seven missiles as machine guns mortars and mines all in all the load of four trips of two Boeing seven. Four seven of the a F- refueled in Ricky with knowledge concerning the Brazilian government. Some of these Kandal Stein operations were mounted by the Soviet Union. The British government had no contingency plan for the invasion of the islands and the taskforce which Rapley put together from whatever vehicles who were available nuclear powered submarine conqueror set sail from France on the full fatal boss to act craft carries invincible and Hermes Amaze in the company of excavators left Portsmouth. Only a day later on its return to Southampton from role cruise on seven April. Will the ocean liner assess. 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"chilean government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Madrid as negotiators try to patch up significant rifts have remissions cuts the Chilean government minister leading the discussions as appear to dedicates to show flexibility adding that a deal is close the ceremony has taken place to dedicate the new national stadium in Tokyo which will be the main venue for the twenty twenty summer Olympics and Paralympics the event of the sixty thousand seater venue was attended by the prime minister Shinzo Ave the Israeli authorities have told Christians living in the Gaza Strip they will not be able to travel to Bethlehem in the west bank to celebrate Christmas it's a sudden change of policy by the government which is cited security concerns about a thousand mostly Greek orthodox Christians living in the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip an earthquake with a magnitude of six point eight to struck the island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines sixty kilometers southwest of the city of Davao images posted on social media show some damage to roads and buildings Nicaragua's National Assembly has approved a plan to nationalize major petrol station company that was the subject of sanctions by the United States on Thursday the US treasury department accuses the family of president Daniel Ortega have using the company to launch of money police in New Zealand say teams who have conducted a feather lamb search on one side and have been unable to locate two bodies still missing after last week's deadly volcanic eruption the leader of Britain's opposition labor party has apologized for his party's worst electoral defeat since the nineteen thirties in a letter published in the Sunday newspaper Jeremy Corbyn said that he was sorry that labor had come up short in Thursday's election BBC news hi there I'm I'm the muscle animism Baldwin who lived in South Africa for eighteen years about they may have officially ended the twenty five years ago but like many black people living in the country every day I have to deal with the tension between how much things have progressed and how in many ways South Africa remains divided along racial lines it's an uncomfortable conversation.
"chilean government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"BBC news if you own a mac Donald you and climate talks were due to end on Friday of continued all night to Madrid as negotiators trying to patch up significant rifts over emissions cuts the Chilean government minister leading the discussions as appeal to delegates to show flexibility adding this a deal is close the Bolivian interim president Jenny Manya says an arrest warrant will be issued in the coming days for the former president able moralis accusing him of sedition Mr moralis is in Argentina where he's been granted refugee status he resigned in November under pressure from the armed forces the ceremony is taking place to dedicate the new national stadium in Tokyo which will be the main venue for the twenty twenty summer Olympics and Paralympics the event at the sixty thousand seater venue was attended by the prime minister Shinzo Ave the authorities in the state of us some in northeast India have relaxed a curfew in district affected by violent protests against the controversial citizenship low the new bill ground citizenship to refugees from religious minorities in neighboring countries but sparked days of protests an earthquake with a magnitude of six point eight to struck the island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines sixty kilometers southwest of the city of down of a images posted on social media show some damage to roads and buildings the Nicaraguan National Assembly has authorized the nationalization of a major petrol station company two days after the US imposed sanctions on it Washington alleges the company G. and P. along with two other companies is used by president Daniel Ortega's family to launder money for the government and police search teams in New Zealand have for a second day been unable to locate the bodies of two people still missing after last week's deadly volcanic eruption on quite island the number of dead stands at eighteen BBC news you're listening to the BBC world service I'm Judy more it with weekend with me throughout the program George Parker political editor of the Financial Times and Jenny Klieman journalist author and filmmaker Georgia's just gonna mention Hong Kong to you for my because I know you with that for the hendo mom I have been back much more recently it's it's an issue that crops up on this program most we cancel actually today it isn't doing that but your obviously watching it still with interest yes I was lucky enough to be overall innocent seven then when they're with Tony Blair us you just been elected as prime minister handovers Nick phenomenal tie ins so it looks even of course the big question of the Austin was what was going to happen next and locking fascination the way that seems to be that the Chinese government held back and wasn't prepared to kill the golden goose and all the rest of it we went out there in the summer with with the kids and I was just struck by the quiet determination of all the people you met this one to press on with this and it was heart breaking away because he won the is there a danger they push this too far and they lose some of the things that they managed to hold on to the the free calls the free speech the free media what is there a point was the Chinese government is going to break I really hope it doesn't but it was a fascinating time to be there and of course there were the recent political developments in the shape of the district council elections which pushed things against the yes currently in charge at home go in days and yet I'm so I'm amazed at Carrie lam the chief executives stayed on as long as you have the choice of seasoned determine that she said she should stay in place but there is that determination to push the except for them to get the most and whether they can get that is a is a very big open question I am Jenny a question to you about the long reach that you write sometimes for the guardian newspaper I'm sorry by the by definition this is something that we need to spend a little bit of time reading ask someone from the point view of actually researching and writing it whether it provides that level of satisfaction that sometimes the shortest stuff doesn't absolutely you get to really really immerse yourself in something in spend several weeks if not if not months really getting to know something the editing process the backwards and forwards with the editor is also very which which I went along reduced to long but now it's it's extremely satisfying really interesting I think in this day and age when people are reading things online and newspapers accounting metrics on what gets read online I know that they measure how long people spend on the page and we told our attention spans are getting a shorter yes and I think they all but I think when people see something that's presented as a long read they know right here is something to immerse yourself in you know go make yourself a Cup of tea I hope Kevin Kevin really read this because this is something that's that's been properly 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T. police search teams in New Zealand have for a second day being unable to locate the bodies of two people still missing after last week's volcanic eruption on white island erupted on Monday almost fifty people were there at the time one burns victim died in an Australian hospital today which brings the number of dead to eighteen twenty of being treated in hospital for burns in both New Zealand and Australia and many of those are critically injured the retrieval on Friday was launched and that's despite the risk of another eruption will allow the Hopkins is a twenty two year old Joe Diffie student at the university of Wisconsin when she was there with her father and she takes up her story we had just left the island and would just gone back on top of the boat just pulled around the corner to the next phase we could take a last fight of the crate just before we went back to the mainland and and that's when erected will maybe two hundred meters off the show so you had actually been up to see the crater hygiene yeah so if I had a rough did like five minutes Leah I would have been set on the island and maybe house now Elia I was that on the cry to like can you just describe to me what the crazy looks like when you were out that it was kind of looks like a like a like was completely white and it was constantly steaming it was only when the wind was quite strong that you could see the white like other than that it was just a giant head of steam I loved it it was extraordinary and with that the first time you've been there yes so that it's the first time I've been to why island my dad had been twenty four years ago so you've got off the dingy and you'll guessing on general bait when it's rock swat did that look and sound like so there was no sound a total I get real bad sea sickness so I was just looking out to the horizon so I didn't hear it until a couple of seconds after last erupted all I heard was everyone on I thought they cost a couple people screamed and everyone ran to the back of the boat and that so my dad not shrink and that's when I looked up and saw the ash maybe a couple hundred meters in the sky and then the ash cloud stocks to roll over the kind of cliff edge towards op I'm and then asks was real sinister was real black and jock it was moving real fast at that point we will rushed inside and out by Spanish just around the edge of the island back to where we started but the other part was as a captain knows that that was sort of the tour group still on the island so you got back to the dock that yet left what I want when James when we came back around the other boat that was that was originally white and now it was great the entire island was a monotone cry before it was beautiful colors of yellow and paying kind why he chin yeah everything was just great there was a crippled helicopter that had been knocked off it's Pat and as soon as we got around all of the crew from UP I ran out and launch the genie and the son of pulling people out of the water and on top of it and then they started going towards the land and pulling people off the land back on top of that debate which becomes a bit harrowing for you doesn't it tell me tell me what happened then maybe seconds later one of the crew came in and she asks any doctors and the fast I does any edit any medical background we need help me my dad made laced up and went to see what we can do she said that there are multiple severe victims and she needed all the help we can get at that point I didn't know what I was walking into and when I walked out down the edge of the boat and stole the victims coming out of the dinghy I've never seen anything like it can I ask you to describe what you saw severe burns multiple blisters on people's faces the heads covered in ash some of them have that lies completely covered they couldn't say people were screaming people skin was falling off I was John almost blisters the size of my fist already developed on the skin what could you and your dad do so we started comforting people so was the have the most of the events will cutting that close off and corn fresh water out of the bands to cool down we cleaned out eyes Mitchell that and weighs one block we strive to help stop people going into shock we caught up in blankets and any extra clothing we could find and we just made sure that they were out of the sun light out of the sea salt spray those the way and out of consciousness will making sure was still breathing and that they were gonna charge and then the call was made once we've rescued everybody that we cut to head back to mainland halfway back we were met by a Coast Guard boat which will allow true paramedics to help with minutes the pain medication and then it was just the race back to mainland people were screaming and crying the whole way home from the solid two hours towards the end of the trip times the last kind of ten minutes we run out of fresh water at that point there was nothing else we could do for people my dad's a pastor and I'm a Christian sorry I prayed for every person that will look back on the boat the lonely Hopkins describing her horrific experience in New Zealand it is a very vivid description I I wonder if it **** informs the debate about where tourists can and should go to any I think tourists always gets once can see okay nice I've done it myself I did it when I was backpacking many years ago in Costa Rica they all marvelous things to behold well I think perhaps when their tools available you assume it must be safe you assume that there is a degree to which people must know when the gates were brought and perhaps it needs to be made clear that eighties and you know it is not a definite signs would definitely established thinks that the tragic thing about what is this I mean it's so tragic but the visiting book volcanoes is a kind of bucket list thing it's a once in a lifetime thing and that's why people do it which is what makes it just so awful that so many people live we'll have died doing some I think the I think this volcano apparently because the vocal volcanologists was not she let is quite hard to predict what is going to rock today they'd recently upgraded the warnings but they've been very between so different levels warnings and it was very hard to predict like agree with you I think most tourists think that because they're experts keep an eye on the soul stuff is me fairly safe and yeah I've been surprised at Merion initially one assist Sisley and nothing withdrawn to them because they are there is this owns primeval interest in this Molson stuff that's going on underneath the surface and then Sony breaking out into our world from another world and that's of the black landscape the twisted landscape the whole not the steam it Sir it's a really primeval desire to go and see them and obviously as we just heard that from that incredibly composed young woman yeah that's the risks are still that means of this incredibly incredibly rare for this whole thing to happen but nonetheless the resolve that you're listening to weekend from the BBC world service.
"chilean government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is Punit McDonald with the BBC news negotiators are working through the night to you and climate talks in Madrid trying to salvage efforts to fight global warming the Chilean government minister leading the tolls has appealed to delegates to show flexibility a major rift over the extent of the commitment needed to cutting greenhouse gas emissions the minister Catalina Schmidt said the deal was almost there adding that it was hard but would be worth it some of the biggest polluters including the U. S. Brazil and India have been resisting demands for promised cuts to carbon emissions to be stepped up our environment correspondent not McGrath is in Madrid all over the place we've been getting some reports from different countries talking about being excluded from some meetings there's obviously some very key discussions going on right now involving carbon markets and obviously some serious horse trading going on but there are many angry delegates here and it's still possible that the whole thing could collapse in a heap the second year of desire amongst many people here to see the countries to go further the Bolivian interim president Jenny Anya says an arrest warrant will be issued in the coming days for the former president evo Morales accusing him of sedition Mr moralis is in Argentina where he's been granted refugee status our young skippers reports Mr moralis left Bolivia November after he resigned under pressure from the armed forces he said it was a coup d'etat this government had been accused of manipulating the results of the elections in October which gave him a fourth term as president Mrs on yes said Mr moralis had no respect for the constitution and he would have to answer for that if he returned to the country she said he was welcome to do so Mr moralis meanwhile tweeted from Argentina that he would prove that had been no election for old the ceremony is taking place to dedicate the new national stadium in Tokyo which will be the main venue for the twenty twenty summer Olympics and Paralympics the event was attended by the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave Steve Jackson reports the completion of the sixty thousand seater stadium is an important milestone on the road to the twenty twenty Olympics the governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike K. said it was a world class venue and promised a memorable games tions are Abbe said the opening of the stadium marked the start of a new area the venue was empty except for a small huddle of officials and journalists but it will be open to the public next week visitors will then be able to admire the wooden lattice structure by the architect can go cuma which gives the state of the all sports facility a traditional Japanese feel dozens of demonstrators have been wounded in Beirut has clashes between riot police and protesters continued into the night the police fired tear gas and rubber bullets well protesters threw stones it some of the worst violence since demonstrations began in October world news from the BBC police in Albania have arrested nine people on suspicion of murder and abuse of power over the collapse of buildings in last month's deadly earthquake prosecutors have issued seventeen arrest warrants were builders engineers and officials suspected of breaching safety standards fifty one people died in the six point four magnitude quake police in New Zealand see search teams have conducted a further land search on point island I've been unable to locate two bodies still missing after last week's deadly volcanic eruption one more burn victim died in hospital in Australia raising the number of dead to eighteen the leader of Britain's opposition labor party which suffered a crushing defeat in Thursday's general election has insisted that he won the arguments on climate change of strategy and corporate power writing in the observer newspaper Jeremy Corbyn expressed regret for the leverage of feet but insisted he been successful in rewriting the terms of the political debate here's our political correspondent Iain Watson Jeremy Corbin's under pressure from some of his own MPs to relinquish the party leadership sooner rather than later but so far he's resisting he says he accepts his responsibility for labor's heavy defeat at odds progress doesn't come and the simple street flooding party officials will have initial discussions next week I'm drawing of a timetable for electing and your leader then you could argue in National Assembly is authorized the nationalization of a major petrol station company two days after the US imposed sanctions on it the US treasury department alleges the company G. and P. which controls a third of the country's petrol sales is used by president Daniel Ortega's family to launder money for the government on Thursday the US imposed sanctions on the president's son Rafael Ortega D. N. P. on to other companies he owns or controls to First Street his role as the alleged money manager BBC news it's six minutes past six G. M. T. welcome to weekend from the BBC world service with me Judea more care we start the program in Madrid where negotiations continue at the U. N.'s climate summit a deal was meant to be announced on Friday afternoon local time it's now Sunday morning and a deal is now moving on forty hours over do you and still no end in sight the E. U. and some island states vulnerable to climate change all pushing for stronger commitments to cut carbon emissions the deadlock is due to some larger pollution's among them the United States India and Brazil objecting to further actions protesters outside the summit staged a mock hanging to express their frustration of world leaders failure to strike an agreement our environment correspondent Matt McGraw is in Madrid and has been attending the conference all around the conference all now they're just desperate huddles of very weary negotiators all over the place we've been getting some reports from different countries talking about being excluded from some meetings there's obviously some very key discussions going on right now voting carbon markets and always the sincerest horse trading going on but there are many angry delegates here and it's still possible that the whole thing could collapse in a heap the second a desire amongst many people here to see the countries to go further I think almost all the discussions of them going on here one of the key elements of seems ever rise apart from the individual to minds is the question of the Chilean presidency the chewing gum is hot is running the conference but it's not being held in Chile as we have here in Madrid because of the civil unrest in Chile a couple of months ago and now you have two governments involved Spain as those in Chile is the president and according to Jennifer Tolman from the environmental think tank the three G. Chileans hundred doctors well to the circumstances here the requirements for for that is you're changing it used to be that incrementalism was acceptable at the sorts of things and that's no longer the case because of the fact that climate change is not a real to a lot of citizens around the world you have to not only move this process forward you have to move this process forward in a way that is seen to be responding to the crime emergency and what that means is the only safe strategy for a presidency going for it is the high ambition one that is the only way that a presidency can defensively say that they've tried to use the sorts of formats the sorts of negotiations to respond to what the world is calling for so in a sense what people are saying here is that the Chileans you didn't use their office well in that sense that they said to lower gold are too low and I live in I'm patient expecting country selected up when the fact they should have gone the other way around with a very high level my mission and let people weren't in favor and I choose it down a bit and find a compromise somewhere in the middle as opposed to going in very little and annoying everybody absolutely they are now in a position whether but having to negotiate upwards and downwards.
"chilean government" Discussed on KTRH
"Those weren't fireballs of votes and then the Chilean government stepped in and also the science group but forty or whatever they are they have the science of Tory base showed up when he took testing out no fort Meade here's something hit here we don't know what it is and they said we will give you the test we will take the tests and give you information at the end of October well the end of October is came and went and I looked it up and it said due to security reasons they will not release the information that doesn't mean they're not gonna release the information but they have decided not to release the information at this time so what do you what the possibilities of acquired more balls being and go in maybe there were aiming for us in a minute they're awful couple degrees well you know that's the thing is that what you know from the lurker from the from the lurker theories that I've entertained too you know having these rocks and and things coming out is because the our cops give fact and then from there we we have these plasma balls being fired off from Sir and harp I'm beginning to wonder if the event that just going to you know hide behind these fireworks because they know that activity is going to be high in the next couple days would would meet your showers passing through comments and now we're seeing this huge explosive fireball over the Midwest and and it it it's just amazing if you haven't gone to my Facebook get you need to go to it and watch some of these videos they're amazing to see of the fireball over St Louis so yeah you should do that find a way to get to the Facebook page you're gonna say wow because they're amazing and I I am very proud to say that I'm very proud to say that we were the first to jump on this tonight and the listeners came through they they really to giving us the play by play and and a lot of people are seeing interesting stuff tonight already read a lot of calls lined up saying they're seeing a lot of activity in the skies bad weather aside I mean we got cold coming in with that snow we got fog doesn't matter people are seeing these things in the sky breaking through the fog man it's pretty scary night man I was going to be in the twenties this week at some point zero eight I believe that well it thank you very much thank you to you know in the that means that means that the peppermint chocolate milk or the peppermint hot chocolate gonna go down a lot better tonight eggnog is going to go down a lot better tonight if you ever get the eggnog already I mean my god we're already December January I guess playing Christmas music is a good idea right it's not crazy kids are already we were having to Chris.
"chilean government" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Radio. it's like a pretty good choice to. you could learn to use verily a house sized asteroid whistling past the tomorrow to this is so close is classified as potentially hazardous I would say really hazardous be worse sweepers going by maybe that's why we see what's going on and she lay with these then again they say they're not fireball so what are they this is weird so apparently space rock a big one spending sixty two feet has been named twenty nineteen S. P. three and will be shooting pass here it's a. more than nineteen thousand miles per hour. NASA says that the close proximity of the space rock is potentially houses because it's going to pass within two or three thousand miles of earth. this means will be closer than the moon. well I've heard the men's two hundred fifty thousand miles out basic to thirty nine this is coming in about two thirty. so and this is about the size of a house okay so I mean anything is potentially hazardous basically it's it's defined on parameters that measure the Astros potential to make threatening close approaches and whether or not it could hit us when you look at astronomical units of measure distance which is probably ninety three ninety three million miles from the sun S. astronomical unit so you look at the asteroid will be considered potentially hazardous if it's less than four point six million miles away this is two hundred and thirty thousand miles away this is a million this is thousands of miles so they say you know what hit us. however if it did aids too small cause it to be more than damage a little bit of damage when it comes in. but again it's big yeah is a lot bigger than their Chilean bins meet your which exploded back in twenty thirteen. and fifteen hundred people were seriously injured from bad fireballs impact again coming close enough to spy on us coming close enough to be working isn't it odd all this is happening like it is with the strange sounds from Mars the strange the strange house with this huge fireballs over Chile. also I was reading somewhere that Enceladus which is the ICC motive Saturn. apparently I they have found molecules. it could indicate building blocks for life. that's on in salad is a team of researchers from the university of Berlin have found something in the data. from Cassini bit points toward the existence of life on. Enceladus traces of organic compounds in plumes it burst from the moon's surface geysers. the building blocks of amino acids which of course the precursors of earth based life forms scientists are saying if the conditions are right these molecules coming from the depot should've been Seles could be on the same reaction pathway as we see here on earth. I think what we don't yet know if amino acids are needed for life beyond earth but citing the molecules that form amino acids is an important piece of a puzzle see at all of these things. yeah this we we had regency good on a couple nights ago all these things have transpired since that last show. all of these announcements have transpired since that last show the announcers of the strange sounds coming from insight. which as scientists are like going what the hell I mean yeah they can they can figure out what we can sows lighting figure out what earthquakes or Mars quick sound like but they don't know what these things are one sounds like a sonar the oven sounds like aboriginal Martians playing drums what Wally inside that that means nothing to show. but it's a lot to hear. which is amazing there is what is the view shows because it was dark when these things were happening happening in the dark so in sight can't get a shot of what it might be it is too dark. so I mean if this is an amazing seven of course the fire balls in Chile where the Chilean government and scientists in the area are saying they don't know what this is. and they're saying it is not natural meaning they ruled out a meteorite they ruled out an astro the rule that a big seven fireballs. moving in intelligence pace crash lands in Chile. no information until the end of the month on what this might be and still reviewed.
"chilean government" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The south of Sweden and when I speak to on the sky line she tells me what month was like as a child. and a wonderful he was very easy to to bring out I separated from her husband in my new marriage I go to children. and then he was so wonderful to Big Brother. father ex husband but told they were adopting a child his mother had given him up for adoption because she had three more children I was too poor to cope with him they had no idea there was anything a regular about the adoption more surprised his mom's. I think it was shocking to and I was very sad because of laws and we didn't know anything about his nose. I might connection to moss has never changed and he always says I love you as my mother and I said that's him so by the time I think it was very important for him to. search for is set up. background and I I said take simply everybody I want him to have some sort of contact with his family yeah. I don't tease in Sweden pushing for an investigation into adoption centrum but the Swedish government says that waiting to see the outcome of the Chilean government investigation in a written statement a spokesperson production section said they're taking the allegations very seriously and they welcome the inquiry made by the Chilean authorities but they stress that it's the country of origin in this case Chile that determines which children all for various reasons available for adoption. the moans Batman the truth about his pulse has taken him on an emotional roller coaster now to some young guys apple to meet the system he never knew he had a. it early on Saturday morning and is here with some big time just me waiting to see him on the fast.
"chilean government" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Some old reports out of Chile about how the Chilean government was tracking three your foes the size of U. S. battleships flying the Cape the the tip right there the the southern point at you and I know that there have been stories that that you know if you remember that video of whatever shooting at the it is a space shuttle video out Richard Hoagland turned me on to it suspicion of any of those taking years ago and you see something hovering over Chile and then you see something like a missile fire at it takes back off into space and you know once again I mean I'm looking at the Crimea video right now just reading about it it says here of the sea residents of Cincinnati claim that they saw UFOs a fleet a string of sightings reported over Wyoming another group of UFOs over Crimea Crimean Pollitt that peninsula which is either in Ukraine or Russia depending on whether you ask you crane Russia insist so there are three separate videos were put on the internet in the last few days collected a blow to you too you can check out a few these as I me post them later sting CM it all three videos look at look at the shop around us you can see at least six strange lights hang in the sky and what looks like this is formation three videos also very different views of a group of lights but still unclear is whether the showing the same thing this is where reporting to the national UFO reporting center is very important because you know if you see a UFO maybe somebody saw the same you up over from a different angle around the same time you're seeing lights that are fairly low in the sky you know there may be others that are seeing them or if they're very high up in the sky you can bet that there be there seeing them in and and number of places all over the country okay so you know it that way you can synchronize the siding sissy there's anything to that I think this is the thing is like you know I remember back I remember back when a more more was first seen and in fact it was the first we had the navy saying all by the way you oppose a real were investigating B. T. eyes out there with an over if you TI's polity them made a big splash in the New York times then a more more shows up which is this strange shapes rock racer comet didn't act like a comment okay and and then after that bad is when Donald Trump went to the Pentagon and said we need a space force is that we need a space force and the Pentagon laughed at him and I think it what happens when you see something like this and your ad and it even prompted the Stephen Hawking before that just before he died Stephen hawking's as we got to spend money to track this thing and try to get some sounds of it if there's anything we got and we don't know of any sounds were gotten off of it but it we did manage to strike up a relationship with abi lobe who is the theoretical physicists who it is an astrophysicist he works with cosmology he was the guy that stood by his guns and say he believe that more more with some sort of space artifacts some sort of a extraterrestrial artifact he was on ground zero to talk about is on for a little while ed we've managed to have money and he's he's amazing astrophysicists he's amazing the radical physicist I was just reading an article by abi low that was posted in Scientific American he said something about that when we were looking around the most mysterious phenomena we need to think about I mean that that the phenomena we encounter routinely this sophisticated probably more sophisticated than any alien life at the moment is us but we are sophisticated compact complex life it animals are sophisticated complex life we're all complex life forms a lot of signs of wondered whether life itself came from out there so we are kind of like the progeny of some advanced complex sophisticated forms of life and that we are pretty much that's sophisticated life form we are that's visited life form it was an embryo and we were brought here but through the process of direct panspermia basically seeding process it was either natural or brought on by extraterrestrial intelligence Loeb says this in his article he said if we ever find evidence for life on other planets and it all looks the same more of extraterrestrial life would appear to be unusually clustered in space we might realize that it has a common ancestry and panspermia is at play and this is what he said I thought this is very interesting this situation would be just like recognizing that too many.
Australian woman arrested over Pinochet-era kidnapping in Chile
"Australia has arrested a Chilean woman accused of being involved in kidnapping torture at our country out of the military rule of Augusto Pinochet should be working and living in Sydney. Thirty years. Most recently as a part time nanny and cleaner in the bone di- region that earlier on today, she was arrested and win the Stanford restraining government that is as the result of standing up to extradition request from the Chilean government because they eventually she is wanted accused of kidnapping and taking in interogations finishes regime.
"chilean government" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A report of conduct in El Chapo case is raising questions about the conduct with the backseat can drug Lord Brooklyn defense attorney at ward Obama ratio says if the charges made in a vice news or article about the proper jury are true, it's clear. His client did not get a fair trial of ice correspondent quoted as saying several members of the paddle routinely ignored the judges admonishment to ignore news. Coverage of the case they avidly read coverage on Twitter. Jurors identities were kept secret. They were brought to and from home every day under heavy security Belorussia did not say whether the defense would seek a new trial walking. Guzman was convicted last week on charges expected to put him in prison for
"chilean government" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A report of jerem is conduct and the El Chapo case is raising questions about the connection of the Mexican drug Lord in Brooklyn defense. Attorney Eduardo Belorussia says if the charges made in a vice news article about the Chapo jury are true, it's clear. His client did not get a fair trial of ice correspondent quote to juror as saying several members of the panel routinely ignored the judges admonishment to ignore news. Coverage of the case they avidly read coverage on Twitter. Jurors identities were kept secret. They were brought to and from home every day under heavy security Belarus, did not say whether the defense which seek a new trial walking who's mon- was convicted last week on charges expected to put him in prison for life. Warren levinson. New York supreme court has ruling unanimously that the constitution's ban on excessive fines applies to the states and outcome that could help efforts to rein in police seizure property from criminal suspects Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, wrote the court's opinion. This is townhall dot com. Australia has arrested a Chilean woman accused of being involved in kidnapping torture in her home country out of the military rule of Augusto Pinochet, she'd been working and living in Sydney from more thirty years most recently as a part time nanny and cleaner in the bomb region. But earlier on today, she was arrested and went the Stanford is trailing government. That is as a result of long standing to extradition requests from the Chilean government because they in Chile she is wanted accused of kidnapping and taking part in interogations and Pinochet's regime the BBC's high while Griffith Russian President Vladimir Putin sternly warned the United States against deploying new missiles in Europe saying Wednesday that Russia will retaliate by building new weapons that will take just as little time to reach their targets. More of these stories at townhall dot com. Patrick fos. You just never know what you're gonna get.
"chilean government" Discussed on Risky Business
"That is often used by recruiters in this case, it could be used by fake recruiters are actually working for the DPRK the story on looking at his little bit light on detail in terms of Haman losses. Like do. We know anything. No. And it's interesting. This is. Does not all of this is coming from a Chilean site. So we're dealing with kind of translation there. There's not seem to be any official kind of indictments or reports from from them yet. So we might have to wait around until the Chilean government doesn't investigation and hopefully eventually reports out of the details. Semantic meanwhile, has put out a pretty interesting report on a bunch of attacks against west African banks. I think it's my feeling that developing countries are going to stop getting hit much incoming years as wealthy countries kind of lift that game. What's your feeling on that? You're right. I think we saw this initially with the attack in the Bangladesh central Bank by the Lazarus group of Bank is a Bank is a Bank. Right. So even if these banks have one thousand of the holdings of Deutsche Bank or Wells Fargo in a still a it's still where the money. More money than you could ever transfer out of a Bank. Anyway, in this case, not feeling fantastic about the security of of these banks. Because if you look at the tools use looking at PS exact Mamie, cats strikes standard off the shelf tools that at least in a Bank context if ever installed on on a windows machine should be sending off tons and tons of alarms. And so they were able to both use off the shelf, tools and live off the land and have the run of these banks. I think one of the problems of these banks. Unlike most enterprises, they're not great, professionally run cloud services for for all their systems. So that they are always going to have critical corporate networks, you're not gonna see beyond Corp situation in the Bank in in ivory course, in a while Ivory Coast, and you're not gonna see them replacing their own internal software. And so I think this is gonna be a difficult slog for them to to get to the place where. They're gonna be able to stand up against attackers. Now this next story. I mean, it's it's it's it's very now. Right. And it's kind of been lost a little bit with all of the other Trump Cohen news that Spain just. Sorry, much of it. It's hard to keep up. But there was this really interesting news story came out that says that Donald Trump's phone the personal lawyer Michael Cohen, he's claiming that he was paid to rig an online poll, I think it was an NBC Paul something like that. And you know, this really got me wondering whether or not this could be a legal problem, particularly because you know, terms of service violations onto CFA can actually result in criminal charges. But I wasn't sure I was also curious to know if. You know, broader implications on this one. So I got in touch with Susan Hennessy of law, fair fame. And I also whether or not she thinks this is a big deal. Here's what she said. So big deal is sort of a relative term here. I think it's a significant story, and it would constitute a substantial scandal for any prior president. But it is hard to argue that this is a big deal in light of the other known information and questions rounding the president and the conduct of his campaign that said I think the answer is that it's probably not a computer fraud and abuse activation. There haven't really been any prior prosecutions for things like this. The closest I could come up with after asking Orin Kerr who sort of the definitive expert here was a prosecution for circumventing the limits on the number of tickets TicketMaster could Saul one individual the problem here is that even if you have a violation of the terms of service, and we don't know that because we have actually seen them by trying to regain online pull this way. You don't actually obtain any information or thing of. View and that's necessary under the statute. So I think you'd have a hard time making a CF case. There are other reasons why the story might be a significant. So the Wall Street Journal is reporting that federal investigators interviewed the IT firms owner, so that means they're focused on for some reason..