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05:49 min | 2 weeks ago

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"Donald Trump may face what no president has faced before a second impeachment trial were he's only got nine days left in office. So is the move largely symbolic, Or is there a real purpose? We also have a UK is trying to ramp up its covert vaccination program to two million jobs a week. Is it realistic on? Will it be enough to turn the tide in the battle against the rapidly spreading variant of the virus? US plans to declare the duties in Yemen a foreign terrorist organization? If you look at what's behind that move Plus hosting services from Apple to Google of dropping parlay after it has, they say, become a platform for incitement to violence for the followers of President Trump All on the way here on news day we're back after the latest World News Update. This is the BBC news If you know McDonald, the speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi has laid out the Democrat's plan so either forcibly remove President Trump from office this week or to start the process of impeachment. Mr Trump faces a potential charge of incitement of insurrection following the storming of Congress by his supporters, But Democrats see a Senate impeachment trial might not take place for up to 100 days. Hello, Joe Biden time to settle his president. Peter Bulls report. The senior Democrat Nancy Pelosi says a resolution will be introduced in the House of Representatives towards the Cabinet and the vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment of the US Constitution, which could see Mr Trump declared unfit to stay in office. If that fails, she says, the impeachment process will start. In the meantime, it's been announced that President Trump will travel to Texas on Tuesday to visit a stretch of the border wall that he promised to build on what may be the final official trip of his presidency. The Professional Golfers Association of America has cut its ties with President Trump voting to take the PGA Championship event away from his New Jersey course next year. Mr Trump is an avid golfer and his business owned or operate 17 courses around the world. Huge search operation in Indonesia is attempting to retrieve the black box flight recorders from the airliner that crashed into the sea. On Saturday. There were 62 passengers and crew on board the Boeing 737 when it plunged into the water and New Jakarta. Is Jonathan head. There are now more than 50 ships involved in the search for the wreckage of flight SJ 182 along with 13 aircraft. The area where the airliner crashed into the sea on Saturday was quickly identified and over the weekend divers have been bringing up pieces of debris to see here is relatively shallow and the weather is now calm. Raising hopes that the divers will find the black boxes and with them the clues needed to reveal what went wrong. The authorities in Taiwan see their citizens can apply for a newly designed passport. As of today, it makes the word Taiwan larger and shrinks the island's official name. The Republic of China. The move has angered Beijing as our Taiwan correspondent Cindy Su reports. Taiwanese officials say the changes are aimed at stopping any confusion between Chinese and Taiwanese nationals at borders. The island has acted as an independent states since 1949 and has his own democratically elected government. Its own army and its own currency. However, the Beijing government sees it as a breakaway province and a new passport is seen as another step by the Taipei administration to further rid the island of his historical links, which China Cindy Soo in Taipei. Well, news from the BBC. The health authorities in China see a team from the World Health Organization will finally be able to visit the country from Thursday after days of delay and confusion to investigate the origins of the covered 19 pandemic. Scientists were prevented from entering the country last week after Beijing said the necessary permissions were not in place. U S Secretary of STATE Mike Pompeo says the State Department will notify Congress of its intention to designate Yemen's rebel Houthi Movement Movement, a foreign terrorist organization. The move will, in effect, criminalize any material or financial support for the group. The announcement during the final days of the Trump administration is seen as a ramping up of pressure on Iran, which supports the Ruthie's And Israeli businessman goes on trial in Geneva today on charges of corruption and forgery related to mining contracts in West Africa. Benny Steinmetz, a billionaire and former diamond magnate. Is expected to deny all charges. If convicted, he faces a 10 year jail sentence image in folks is in Geneva, Swiss prosecutors say Benny Steinmetz paid millions of dollars in bribes in part through Swiss bank accounts. Gain the rights. Two Guineas, lucrative iron ore deposits, reportedly the largest untapped deposits of iron or in the world. The bribes to Guinea in public officials were allegedly paid with the help of Mamadou Touray, the widow of Guineas. Former President Lansana Conte, eh? She has been described as the star witness for the prosecution, but her presence in court is unlikely. She now lives in the United States. The president of South Korea, Moon Jian says he will work for what he called a grand breakthrough in relations with North Korea this year. Mr Moon said he hoped efforts to tackle the Corona virus pandemic would lead to cooperation and facilitate future reunification. NBC.

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06:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"See clear skies and a low of around 30. Today should be partly sunny with a high near 41 tomorrow, mostly sunny with a high of 43. Thistles w N. Y C FM HD and AM New York. Ah! Yeah. Hello. Welcome. You're listening to news day on the BBC World Service. Great to have your company Claire McDonald and Lawrence part with our top story today. Donald Trump may face what no president has faced before a second impeachment trial were he's only got nine days left in office. So is the move largely symbolic, Or is there a real purpose? Follows. Look how the UK is trying to ramp up its covert vaccination program to two million jobs a week. Is it realistic on? Will it be enough to turn the tide in the battle against the rapidly spreading variants of the virus? US plans to declare the duties in Yemen? A foreign terrorist organization? You look at what's behind that move. Plast hosting services from Apple to Google of dropping parlay after it has, they say, become a platform for incitement to violence for the followers of President Trump All on the way here on news day we're back after the latest World News Update. This is the BBC news If you wanna MacDonald, the speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi has laid out the Democrats plans to either forcibly remove President Trump from office this week or to start the process of impeachment. Mr Trump faces a potential charge of incitement of insurrection following the storming of Congress by his supporters, the Democrats see a Senate impeachment trial might not take place for up to 100 days. Allowed Joe Biden time to settle his president. Peter Bulls report. The senior Democrat Nancy Pelosi says a resolution will be introduced in the House of Representatives towards the Cabinet and the vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment of the US Constitution, which could see Mr Trump declared unfit to stay in office. If that fails, she says, the impeachment process will start. In the meantime, it's been announced that President Trump will travel to Texas on Tuesday to visit a stretch of the border wall that he promised to build on what may be the final official trip of his presidency. The Professional Golfers Association of America has cut its ties with President Trump voting to take the PGA Championship event away from his New Jersey course next year. Mr. Trump is an avid golfer and his business owns or operates 17 courses around the world. Huge search operation in Indonesia is attempting to retrieve the black box flight recorders from the airliner that crashed into the sea. On Saturday. There were 62 passengers and crew on board the Boeing 737 when it plunged into the water and New Jakarta. Here's Jonathan head. There are now more than 50 ships involved in the search for the wreckage of flight SJ 182 along with 13 aircraft. The area where the airliner crashed into the sea on Saturday was quickly identified and over the weekend divers have been bringing up pieces of debris to see here is relatively shallow and the weather is now calm. Raising hopes that the divers will find the black boxes and with them the clues needed to reveal what went wrong. The authorities in Taiwan say their citizens can apply for a newly designed passport. As of today, it makes the word Taiwan larger and shrinks the island's official name. The Republic of China. The move has angered Beijing as our Taiwan correspondent Cindy Su reports, Taiwanese officials say the changes are aimed at stopping any confusion between Chinese and Taiwanese nationals at borders. The island has acted as an independent state since 1949 and has his own democratically elected government, its own army and its own currency. However, the Beijing government sees it as a breakaway province and a new passport is seen as another step by the Taipei administration to further rid the island of his historical links with China. Cindy Soo in Taipei. World News from the BBC. Health authorities in China see a team from the World Health Organization will finally be able to visit the country from Thursday after days of delay and confusion to investigate the origins of the covered 19 pandemic. Scientists were prevented from entering the country last week after Beijing said the necessary permissions were not in place. U S Secretary of STATE Mike Pompeo says the State Department will notify Congress of its intention to designate Yemen's rebel Houthi Movement Movement, a foreign terrorist organization. The move will, in effect, criminalize any material or financial support for the group. The announcement during the final days of the Trump administration is seen as a ramping up of pressure on Iran, which supports the Ruthie's It is really businessman goes on trial in Geneva today on charges of corruption and forgery. They're related to mining contracts in West Africa. Benesch Steinmetz, a billionaire and former diamond magnate. Is expected to deny all charges. If convicted, he faces a 10 year jail sentence image in folks is in Geneva. Swiss prosecutors say Benny Steinmetz paid millions of dollars in bribes in part through Swiss bank accounts to gain the rights. Two Guineas lucrative iron ore deposits. Reportedly the largest untapped deposits of iron or in the world. The bribes to Guinea in public officials were allegedly paid with the help of Mamadou Tori, the widow of Guineas. Former President Lansana Conte, eh? She has been described as the star witness for the prosecution, but her presence in court is unlikely. She now lives in the United States. The president of South Korea, Moon Jian says he will work for what he called a grand breakthrough in relations with North Korea this year. Mr Moon said he hoped efforts to tackle the Corona virus pandemic would lead to cooperation.

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"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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06:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oceans busiest hurricane season on record, They are more frequent, but also they're becoming more intense on also will be speaking about starfish that a drowning how could it be global warming? Is it the root of it? But also, how does an organism designed to live underwater? Around all that, plus the sport on the business. This is the BBC News with Fiona MacDonald, the speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives. Nancy Pelosi is leader. The Democrats plans to either get President Trump forcibly removed from office this week or to start the process of impeachment. You said the house will vote on a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence to remove Mr Trump's presidential powers. The Democrats would then introduce a charge of incitement of insurrection against Mr Trump over his rule and the violent storming of the capital. North America correspondent Peter Bulls reports. The senior Democrat Nancy Pelosi says a resolution will be introduced in the House of Representatives towards the Cabinet and the vice President Mike Pence. To invoke the 25th amendment of the US Constitution, which could see Mr Trump declared unfit to stay in office. If that fails, she says, the impeachment process will start. I like they fight it the men because it gets rid of him. He's out of office. But there is strong support in the Congress off for impeaching the president second time. In the meantime, it's been announced that President Trump will travel to Texas on Tuesday to visit a stretch of the border wall that he promised to build on what may be the final official trip of his presidency. The Professional Golfers Association of America has cut its ties with President Trump voting to take the PGA Championship event away from his New Jersey golf course next year. PGA President Jim Richardson said the board exercises its right to terminate the agreement with the Trump Organization. A Trump spokesman said they were disappointed by the decision. U S Secretary of STATE Mike Pompeo says the State Department will notify Congress of its intention to designate Yemen's rebel Houthi movement, a foreign terrorist organization. Moved during the final days of the Trump administration is seen as a ramping up of pressure on Iran, which supports the hooches. The six year war against the Government of Yemen, which is backed by Saudi coalition has created one of the world's worst humanitarian crises. Huge search operation in Indonesia is attempting to retrieve the black box flight recorders on the Boeing airliner that crashed into the sea on Saturday. Parts of the fuse a large passenger belongings and some human remains have already been recovered. Jonathan head is this report. The area where the airliner crashed into the sea on Saturday was quickly identified and over the weekend, divers have been bringing up pieces of debris. They say they have detected signals from what they believe to be the plane's flight recorders onto focusing their efforts now on finding and recovering them. Boeing 737, operated by Scooby Giant air ran into trouble shortly after takeoff from Jakarta's main airport and fell apparently out of control into the sea. Pilots sent no distress calls Jonathan Head in Jakarta World News from the BBC. Authorities in Taiwan see their citizens can apply for a newly designed passport. As of today, the move is seen by Beijing is another step by the Thai P administration to further rid the island of its historical links with China. Beijing government sees Taiwan is a breakaway province Cindy Su reports on the capital tie be the new passport strings, Taiwan's official name the Republic of China to a barely visible funds and repositions it to him, much less prominent place it also in largest the word Taiwan and puts it in the bold funds. The government says the changes are aimed at clearly distinguishing Chinese and Taiwanese passport holders and avoiding confusion, especially during the covert 19 pandemic. While many Taiwanese people may welcome the new passport, others see it as yet another step by the pro independence ruling party to turn its back on the republic. The president of South Korea, Moon Jian says he will work for what he called a grand breakthrough in relations with North Korea this year. Mr Moon said he hoped efforts to tackle the Corona virus pandemic would lead to cooperation on facility future reunification. Wealthy is really businessman goes on trial in Geneva today on charges of corruption and forgery related to mining contracts in West Africa. Benesch Steinmetz is expected to deny all charges. Image and folks is in Geneva. Swiss prosecutors say Benny Steinmetz paid millions of dollars in bribes in part through Swiss bank accounts to gain the rights. Two Guineas lucrative iron ore deposits. The bribes to Canadian public officials were allegedly paid with the help of Mamadou Tori, the widow of Guineas. Former President Lansana Conte, A. She has been described as the star witness for the prosecution. But your presence in court is unlikely. Support from image and folks in Geneva. BBC news. Very warm. Welcome. This is news day with Lawrence Pollock on clear, McDonald. We're gonna be talking more about the after effects, Of course, the ripples and repercussions of the riot in the capital. Also, we're talking about the hurricane season in the Atlantic. Why? It's quite so big Wife, Starfish drown in the Pacific. And also the business question, which is also unethical question who should get vaccines against coronavirus? First, all that coming up on the sport with James Great. That's news day. Yeah. We start in the U. S. Where the Democrats speaker of.

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04:33 min | Last month

"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now, where the government has taken off Air television channel it accused of being a mouthpiece for Beijing. Young 10 TV, which has been critical of the government's handling of relations with mainland China will cease to broadcast at midnight local time in Taiwan. It's a move which, as you're here Is likely to lead to allegations from Beijing off hypocrisy. I've been talking to the BBC Cindy Soo in Taipei. The governments media watchdog, which is called the NCC has accused John 10 television of inaccurate and biased reporting, and it's also accused its owner. It's major shareholder. High end Ming off interfering in the stations in the channels Editorial independence, It says that there has been you know many complaints from viewers and that had been worn in the past as well as find and this was the last straw. You simply was violating regulations and therefore NCC refused to renew the license of John Tan last month. So which would which basically means the TV station can no longer broadcasts and cable TV and it will be pulled off the air by midnight tonight. Now junkie in has been accused of Having acted as a mouthpiece for Beijing. Is that fair? Why don't l has very, very adamantly rejected those accusations. It says that you know, oftentimes when people present opinions and views that are contrary to the government's views in the ruling party's pro independence views that they're put a red cap on your head, basically. They're labeled red or pro Communist approach China, they said. That's absolutely not true that it's actually pro peace. What it has always advocated for is peace between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, meaning peace between Taiwan and mainland China. It wants a better life for Taiwanese people once more exchanges between the two sides, so it's very much against the government's current policy of basically basically segregating the two sides clearly distancing Taiwanese people from China. For fear of a China take over which John Tens founder and the company's position is this is fearmongering. This is unwarranted and that the time of these people deserve to have other options. Besides what the government's presenting to them, I'm assuming that it's an unusual thing for a TV station to be taken off the air in Democratic Taiwan. Very unusual. In fact, this is the first time since martial law was lifted in 1987 that the government is basically pulling a TV station off the air, and that has caused a lot of alarm in Taiwan because How these people, after all thought hard for his democracy and freedoms. It was not that long ago that news organizations were not allowed to be set up and operate freely in Taiwan. They were basically operating underground. So for this to happen, it is very shocking to a lot of people. They can understand City I or John Tan or other TV stations having Political leanings. That's always been the case in Taiwan. U turn on any TV station or, you know, read any newspaper and you can something you know you can read. The political bias is in there, but most people would just be over it by choosing the TV station that they prefer kind of like the way Americans would choose. You know, one TV network over the other, so they don't believe that shutting down the station is necessary. That's why there have been some Protests recently and John 10, as well as the opposition party. Can t they say that this is politically motivated? And it's really aimed at silencing one of the strongest critics of the government. That was Cindy Su, who's the BBC's correspondent in the Taiwanese capital. Taipei. You're listening to the BBC World Service live from London. This is news hour. It's the BBC News Hour on W N. Y. C coming up on the Brian Lehrer Show. Some New Yorkers will get the first shots of the Fizer Covad vaccine as early as next week. And today, Dr Luce Blackstock talks about equity in distribution, overcoming skepticism and the science of how the vaccine will work. Plus, ask the mayor with Mayor de Blasio. It's all coming up at 10 o'clock. On the Brian Lehrer Show here on W N. Y C currently 41 degrees mostly sunny today with high of 53 this afternoon. Right now it's 9 20 support for.

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02:57 min | Last month

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"To news day on the BBC World Service with bottom Ostro and chains, Cardinal thanks very much for joining us. Hong Kong media tycoon becomes the latest, the most high profile person to be charged under a tough new security law faces life imprisonment. We hope to speak to a former leading Hong Kong politician who had to flee the country to avoid jail himself. We'll head to Brussels for an update on Brexit. Sunday is the deadline the real and final deadline. We're told for a trade deal. Well known of initiation historian will be taking us through the latest floods to wreak havoc in the Italian city on China conducts a secret trial of two Canadians or spying charges will have a report into a new campaign to freedom. Yes, we'll have the latest business and all the sports news with our hearts all of that after the latest World news bulletin. Hello and Chris Barrow with the BBC News. The Hong Kong businessman Jimmy Lai has been charged under a national security law on suspicion of having conspired with foreign forces to endanger national security. Mr Lai faces a maximum sentence of life in prison. Steven McDonald is in Beijing. According to Hong Kong police, Jimmy Lai has been charged with one count off collusion with a foreign country or with external elements to endanger national security. 73 year old pro democracy media tycoon and longtime critic of the Hong Kong and Chinese governments, is the most high profile figure to be charged under the city's controversial state security law. Place righted his newspapers head office in August. Arresting executives including Jimmy Lai, on what they said was suspicion of collusion with foreign forces is currently being held in custody after being denied bail on alleged fraud charges. Time when these knees channel which has been critical of the administration of president, saying one is to close, the government appointed media regulator has refused to renew the broadcast license for Chung 10 television, or C T. I t V. Cindy Su reports from Taipei. The media watchdog. NCC accuses the channel of disproportionate and unsubstantiated reporting and his major shareholder, a tycoon, with investments in China, off interfering in his editorial, independence, C T I T V and other critics of the decision, however are you to channel is no different than many media in Taiwan, which have to political leanings. They say the decision is politically motivated. And it's aimed at silencing one of the government's most vocal critics. Pharmaceutical giants. So no fee and GlaxoSmithKline say that a covert 19 vaccine they were developing has showed an insufficient in mean response in clinical trials. The companies say they will research other options. Son if he said the vaccine produced an insufficient remains.

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06:02 min | 2 months ago

"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On this big sculptural frontline, the award winning and repeatedly arrested film director and women's rights activists Mahnaz Mohammadi on navigating a path through Iranian censorship and state interrogators. Make the movie she wanted or any documentary. Any movies. I'm going for interrogation. And they are part of my life like that, your your family, your husband, your dad. But for this movie it took just like 11 years get permission and many times they ask me for to change the script. They they have many idea Tooks long time. Finally, I get it on why Iranian singer Pharrell Votes for radon is seeking asylum abroad to be able to perform. Being a female singer in Iran is like mother who was not allowed to hawk or touch her child you hear fireable sink and from or Iranian artists, all coming up on the cultural front line after the latest BBC news Baby say needs. Hello. This is Jerry Smith. Donald Trump is insisting he will continue his legal challenge to Joe Biden's victory in the U. S presidential election despite the scathing verdict of a judge in the key state of Pennsylvania. Just his Matthew Brown described the Trump campaign's legal efforts as a Frankenstein's monster of a case, which had no supporting evidence from David Willis. Mr. Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said he was disappointed with the ruling, but added that it would help in their strategy to bring the matter before the U. S. Supreme Court. Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes on the result is due to be certified on Monday. Having had court cases dismissed in several other key states. Mr Trump now appears to be looking to Republican state legislators to reverse the result. On Twitter. He urged them to have the courage to do what was needed in order to maintain the integrity of US elections. Ethiopia has said that three envoys being sent by the African Union to discuss the fighting in Tigre province will not be allowed to travel there. Hundreds of people have been killed in tens of thousands displaced by the conflict between government forces on those of the ruling two grand Party, the TPLF This report from Katherine B. R, a hunger As the fighting integrate approaches is third week more African countries of pushing for dialogue to end the conflict. South Africa's Ciroma Portia, who chairs the African Union, appointed three former heads of state to mediate between both sides. But the central government in Addis Ababa has continuously rejected calls for mediation and says the envoys will only meet with Prime Minister I. B ack Med Mr Be senior adviser, Mama Mary to told the BBC they expect to defeat the TPLF forces soon. And that's when talks can take place. People in the Kino first, so are voting in a presidential election on Miss Expect a tight contest as president. Rocket couple Ray seeks a second five year term is being challenged by former Finance Minister Geoffrey In the armory on the opposition leader. Eddie. Come, boy, go After casting his ballot in Ouagadougou President Cavalry urged people to vote bell dunk to leave booking, Therefore call on all Burkinabe whatever their information not to be lazy. Because this is about the democracy of Burkina Fasso. It's also about development and peace in our country, So it's important that every book in our baby should go to the polls and choose who lead the country tomorrow. The funeral is being held of the leader of Serbia's Orthodox Church patriarch Tyranny in Saint Service Cathedral in Belgrade. He died on Friday after contracting covert 19. Is thought to have been exposed to the virus at the recent funeral of Montenegro's senior religious leader. News from the BBC. Pakistan's Prime minister Imran Khan has accused in opposition movement of callously destroying people's lives and livelihood by going ahead with plans for a large anti government rally today. The opposition alliance, which includes a range of political parties and groups seems set to defy a banned by the authorities in Patiala. Officials said the gathering might contribute to the spread of the Corona virus. A recent increase in cases in Pakistan has raped raised concerns about a second wave of infections. Three days of mourning has been declared in the Iraqi province of Salahuddin, following a suspected Islamic state group attack that killed at least 11 Adu least. 10 people, one account said it began late on Saturday when a civilian vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. Militants opened far when the security forces arrived on the scene. Thousands of people are marching in Taiwan in an annual labor protest, which this year is focusing on a government decision to allow pork imports from the United States from January correspondent in Taipei Cindy Su reports Chanting slogans. The protesters set off from the presidential office to the headquarters of the governing party, the DPP, where they were met by police barricades. Protesters objected to the government lifting a ban on US pork containing the additive ractopamine, which is banned in local farms, as well as by the U. Many times when he's out government assurances that the additive is safe. They say the government is increasingly desperate for a free trade agreement with the United States as relations with China continue to deteriorate. Chancellor Angela Merkel is marking 15 years since she became Germany's first female head of government. She enters her final year of office popularity is high, with survey showing that more than 70% of Germans approve of her handling off the Corona virus crisis. Baby, saying news. Hello. I'm pretty.

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Thousands march in Taiwan against US pork imports

"Thousands of people are marching in Taiwan in an annual labor protest, which this year is focusing on a government decision to allow pork imports from the United States from January correspondent in Taipei Cindy Su reports Chanting slogans. The protesters set off from the presidential office to the headquarters of the governing party, the DPP, where they were met by police barricades. Protesters objected to the government lifting a ban on US pork containing the additive ractopamine, which is banned in local farms, as well as by the U. Many times when he's out government assurances that the additive is safe. They say the government is increasingly desperate for a free trade agreement with the United States as relations with China continue to deteriorate.

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06:47 min | 2 months ago

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"A true story of race and betrayal set in South Africa. I'm Andrew Harding on I've come to a small farming town to investigate a suspected double murder. You start eating. You could see the black in any worse. Fast out. It's a case that exposes this nation's full climbs as black people. We will always say they never loved us. They were my brothers. They were my blood, a story of broken families and the community struggle for justice. You think that such must do a week not still in the side of white people bloodlines after the news. Hello. This is Danielle Yellow Viets Car with the BBC News. President Trump has fired a top cybersecurity official who reposted material dismissing allegations of voter fraud in the recent presidential election. In a tweet. Mr. Trump accused Christopher Krebs of having made a highly inaccurate statement in relation to the pole, which the president still refuses to concede. Here's our North America correspondent PETER BOS. Prescribes was in charge of the agency responsible for the integrity of the election. On polling day, he said some overseas attempts to interfere in the process had Bean addressed. But he warned the country wasn't out of the woods yet. Last week, with Mr Trump still refusing to concede the election, the security agency said there was no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes change votes, always in any way compromised. Not so says the president. They were must've improprieties and fraud, he writes on Twitter, making unsubstantiated claims. The Taiwanese military has grounded its fleet of F 16 fighter jets after a plane was lost on a training mission. It's the latest in a series of accidents as Cindy Su reports from Taiwan. Taiwan has more than 100 F 16 fighter jets. They were purchased from the United States and are the most advanced in its fleet of warplanes. The accident on Tuesday has forced President Hyeon one to ground the entire fleet for inspections. That's despite the need to respond to China's planes flying near the island daily. The string of accidents this year is raising questions about whether Taiwan's military is under excessive strain. The president of the Philippines, Rodrigo to Turkey has declared the island of Luzon under a state of calamity to facilitate relief efforts. Luzon, the largest most populous island, has been badly affected by typhoons Gani and van call, which caused widespread flooding and killed more than 70 people. Typhoon Ghani caused widespread damage to agriculture and homes. While van called brought floods to parts of Manila and the rest of Luzon. A calamity declaration will help speed up the relief and rebuilding efforts. Israeli forces say they've attacked Syrian and Iranian targets in Syrian territory after uncovering explosives near the Israeli border. The Syrian state news agency says three military personnel were killed and another injured. From Jerusalem. Your loans, Nell reports. Israeli military spokesman said fighter jets hit eight targets, including arms depots, military headquarters and surface to air missile batteries. Earlier, Syrian state television showed blasts in the sky above Damascus and said missiles flew over the Syrian held part of the Golan Heights Plateau. In recent years. Israel has repeatedly struck Iranian targets in Syria and those of allied militia, but it rarely publicly claims responsibility for its attacks. It said it will not tolerate Iranian entrenchment in neighboring Syria. BBC World News. The British government is expected to unveil plans for a green Industrial revolution today, with a 10 point program expected to cost almost $16 billion by the end of the decade. In a move hailed by environmental campaigners, the sale of all petrol and diesel cars will be banned from 2030. The scheme is intended to simulate a range off green initiatives. Hi. Lawmakers are voting on proposals to change the constitution, although they appear to have already rejected a proposal backed by protesters to reform the monarchy. There have been months of protests calling for power to be distributed away from Thailand's king Maha What you are long corn on the military backed ruling party. More than 40 protesters were injured on Tuesday in clashes with police. A new study says that many dinosaur species were not in decline at the time that an asteroid hit the earth more than 60 million years ago, contradicting previous theories, the researchers say that have the impact not occurred. Dinosaurs might have continued to dominate the planet on dream or has the story. Some scientists say dinosaurs were already in decline on the asteroid was the final nail in their coffin. This new study says the dinosaurs were thriving. And if it wasn't for the asteroid, the earth might be a very different place. The scientists in this latest study examined various dinosaur family trees to come to their conclusion. Use statistical modeling to filling gaps in the fossil record. Dinosaurs ruled the earth for tens of millions of years. And if it hadn't been for a chance encounter with some interplanetary day vory they might have carried on ruling the Earth for millions more. The Australian Rugby League rivals in New South Wales and Queensland are to play later in Brisbane in what's in front of what's expected to be the world's largest sporting crowd since the Corona virus pandemic began. 52,000 fans are expected to attend. That's the latest BBC news. The old man is driving fast like they will do out here. He's trying to get home before dusk. Juddering along a dirt track between parched corn fields not scared, but on alert. That's just the way things are these days out in the vast flatlands of South Africa. Tonight. Father in law lived alone. Everybody knew it. 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06:23 min | 2 months ago

"cindy su" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Degrees for the rest of the day. It's going to stay Sonny Hine near 41 in the afternoon when chills between 20 and 30 with wind gusts up to 26 miles an hour. This'll is w N. Y C. FM HD and AM New York. Welcome to the documentary on the BBC World Service Coming up Blood lands a true story of race and betrayal set in South Africa. I'm Andrew Harding and I've come to a small farming town to investigate a suspected double murder. You start eating. You could see the blood in any worse. Fast out. It's a case that exposes this nation's for Klein's as black people, We would always say. They never loved us. They were my brothers. They were my blood, a story of broken families and the community struggle for justice. You think that such must do a quick note still in the side of white people? Love lands after the news. Hello. This is Danielle yellow of yet scar with the BBC news. President Trump has fired a top cyber security official who reposted material dismissing allegations of voter fraud in the recent presidential election. In a tweet. Mr. Trump accused Christopher Krebs of having made a highly inaccurate statement in relation to the pole, which the president still refuses to concede. His are North America correspondent Peter Bo's Chris Krebs was in charge of the agency responsible for the integrity of the election. On polling day. He said some overseas attempts to interfere in the process had been addressed. But he warned the country wasn't out of the woods yet. Last week, with Mr Trump still refusing to concede the election, the security agency said there was no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes change votes all was in any way compromised. Not so says the president. There were must've improprieties and fraud, he writes on Twitter, making unsubstantiated claims. The Taiwanese military has grounded its fleet of F 16 fighter jets after a plane was lost on a training mission. It's the latest in a series of accidents as Cindy Su reports from Taiwan. Taiwan has more than 100 F 16 fighter jets. They were purchased from the United States and are the most advanced in its fleet of warplanes. The accident on Tuesday has forced President Hyeon one to ground the entire fleet for inspections. That's despite the need to respond to China's planes flying near the island daily the string of accidents this year it's raising questions about whether Taiwan's military is under excessive strain. President of the Philippines, Rodrigo to Turkey has declared the island of Luzon under a state of calamity to facilitate relief efforts. Luzon, the largest most populous island, has been badly affected by typhoons Gani and Vanko, which caused widespread flooding and killed more than 70 people. Typhoon Ghani caused widespread damage to agriculture and homes. While van called brought floods to parts of Manila and the rest of Luzon. A calamity declaration will help speed up the relief and rebuilding efforts. Israeli forces say they've attacked Syrian and Iranian targets in Syrian territory after uncovering explosives near the Israeli border. The Syrian state news agency says three military personnel were killed and another injured. From Jerusalem. Your land, Nell reports. An Israeli military spokesman said Fighter jets hit eight targets, including arms depots, military headquarters and surface to air missile batteries. Earlier, Syrian state television showed blasts in the sky above Damascus and said missiles flew over the Syrian held part of the Golan Heights Plateau. In recent years. Israel has repeatedly struck Iranian targets in Syria on those of allied militia, but it rarely publicly claims responsibility for its attacks. It said it will not tolerate Iranian entrenchment in neighboring Syria. BBC World News. The British government is expected to unveil plans for a green Industrial revolution today, with a 10 point program expected to cost almost $16 billion by the end of the decade. In a move hailed by environmental campaigners, the sale of all petrol and diesel cars will be banned from 2030. The scheme is intended to simulate a range off green initiatives. Hi. Lawmakers are voting on proposals to change the constitution, although they appear to have already rejected a proposal backed by protesters to reform the monarchy. There have been months of protests calling for power to be distributed away from Thailand's King Maha What you're along corn on the military backed ruling party. More than 40 protesters were injured on Tuesday in clashes with police. A new study says that many dinosaur species were not in decline at the time that an asteroid hit the earth more than 60 million years ago. Contradicting previous theories, the researchers say that had the impact not occurred. Dinosaurs might have continued to dominate the planet, and the more has the story. Some scientists say dinosaurs were already in decline on the asteroid was the final nail in their coffin. This new study says the dinosaurs were thriving. And if it wasn't for the asteroid, the earth might be a very different place. The scientists in this lady's study examined various dinosaur family trees to come to their conclusion. They use statistical modeling to filling gaps in the fossil record. Honest ALS ruled the Earth for tens of millions of years. And if it hadn't been for a chance encounter with some interplanetary day Avery they might have carried on ruling the Earth for millions more. The Australian Rugby League rivals in New South Wales and Queensland are to play later in Brisbane in what's in front of what's expected to be the world's largest sporting crowd since the Corona virus pandemic began. 52,000 fans are expected to attend. That's the latest BBC news..

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"cindy su" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Past two days, but not for the next three or four cloudy skies all the way through Thursday, real good chance of rain today greatest chances this afternoon. Look for a high around sixty five. San Antonio Spurs. Kelly parker. Welcome into Monday morning in our first. Visit the news director Jim Carey morning. Jim. Coast cracks are about to meet the ghostbuster. And I think this is absolutely heartbreaking. No, I think that the ghost tracks is the best been legend in the entire country. It's certainly Perot San Antonio and has been for decades and decades the ghost tracks are so significant there even listed on Google maps as an attraction site, but now they're going away as of today and coincidentally right before Halloween, but I took my kids to the to the ghost track. So did most people here in San Antonio. It is just an incredible urban legend it dates back at least to the nineteen sixties. That's as far back as there have been references to it and probably even back to the nineteen fifties. Essentially, you drive your car to the railroad grade crossing on villa main street, south of Luke fourteen down by mission a spotter, you park your car on the railroad tracks put it in neutral and the the urban legend is that the ghost of children who were killed in a school bus. Racket that intersection back in the nineteen thirties. Appear to push your car off the tracks. Obviously your car rolls off the tracks because there is an imperceptible. It's an optical illusion. There's an imperceptible grade the goes downward that you can't even see there never was Eddie. Mass casualty bus wreck at that intersection or anyplace else in San Antonio or embarrassed county, and some people I know he did it some people even put talcum powder baby powder on the back of their of their trunk. I didn't they get out. And they see what appears to be the handprints of the ghost kids who pushed their car off the tracks in reality. What happens is talcum powder is Eddie police detective knows will bring out the the latent fingerprints from when you close the trunk and put your fingerprints on the back of your car. And in the last couple of decades, there's another urban legend that has grown grown up around it just northeast of the ghost tracks. There's a neighborhood where all of the streets are kids names. There's a Cindy SU there's a dancy. Carol and so forth. And the this urban legend is those are the names of the kids who were killed in the mass casualty incident with the school bus that never existed. But as cool as it is the Union Pacific says thanks to the eagle Ford. Thanks to the Toyota plant. Thanks to other increases and business on its main line that comes up from the south. It's going to have to do. Great cross a work in that area begins today. And when the grade crossing work is over with the incline, the causes the ghost tracks to happen will no longer be there, which means that we're losing a key part of this city of San Antonio and the city of San Antonio's lower. Like, I said it's heartbreaking and the Union Pacific says this has nothing to do with the fact with this fact, but it's also been very concerned as you might expect of having a bunch of people leaving their cars at neutral on what has always been an active rail line. But in reality, they're doing it because of progress because there's so much activity happening that requires rail transportation from the south of San Antonio. So now, we're going to have to depend on the ghost at the Bangor hotel. That's all we have left. All right. Jim. Thank you very much. News director, Jim Forsyth morning commentary. Jim is back again at a kin. Former Texas Tech red raider quarterback, Patrick Mahomes. Now the head quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs on his way to making NFL history. Or is he? Greenbury?.

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"cindy su" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bbc cindy su there and taipei and we end today's show with an ace idbi side on the aside indian classical music in on the bside electron acc ambient music influenced by the a side not the stretch you might think for the musician known as like kantha it's all about embracing childhood influences and skills to find her place in the indian dia'a saparua here's the world's brandy forward in most cases i besides our draw comparisons between a folk or traditional peace in a contemporary peace but this time i spoke with someone else about their inclusion of a folk in traditional style in why that's been an emotional process why can't be has the electron gambia project of musician and historian luxury ronkko the camp is dysgraphia has a glimmering charm to the drums in or filling your ears were the chest heavy rhythm in her voice stress out and rashes like lawn even graphs against towns slowly expanding on each tram much more recently her projects have everything to do with learning and relearning aspects of her south indian tamil culture the electronic ambient john makes it all the more accessible and genuine so far electronic music really appeal to me because it with it offered a new way of exploring found that actually grew up listening to growing up in the 1890s music i was mostly exposed to wasn't it like the pop music of the day but actually um classical with academia that come in and honor the.

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"cindy su" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A quick check in now on taiwan the island is still being hit by big aftershocks following yesterday's six point four magnitude earthquake here's my bbc colleagues cindy sue with an update from taipei taiwanese people i used to earthquakes but his swing shocked many if forced several buildings to near a complete collapse the quake shook many people out of bed they scrambled to save those still inside more than one hundred people were rescued by residents firefighters and soldiers miraculously an employee of the hotel was found alive and hardly injured after being trapped for fifteen hours on a collapse floor than many remained unaccounted for more than twelve hours after the quake struck some of them are feared to be tour's staying at a backpackers hotel on the second floor of the building it was crushed along with four other lower floors others are believed to be residents who may not have been home at the time more than a dozen quakes and aftershocks shook while in after the initial earthquake complicating rescue efforts this one struck as an eyewitness spoke to the bbc all oh my my dog god go who an aftershock i'm sorry oh my god my goodness we yeah so we're told to just go to the road and say in the road but we're having a few aftershocks this is maybe are seventh of the hour others without knowing how many people may be trapped presidents hiding when urge rescuers to race against time to find survivors her government has pledged to look ten billion us dollars to help victims slight but that may be little comfort for taiwan an island us sits at the junction of two tectonic place and is frequently rocked by earthquakes with one hundred recorded just in this month and turn stuff the bbc cindy su there and taipei and we end to show with an ace be side on the assad indian classical music in on the bside 'electronic ambient music influenced by the a side not the stretch you might think for the musician known as like kantha it's all about embracing childhood influences and skills to find her place in the indian di asper here's the world brandy forward.

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"cindy su" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Soon bill rakoff cbs news washington an illegal immigrant faces charges in sunday suspected drunk driving crash that killed indianapolis colts linebacker edwin jackson and another man dean reynolds reports the man brought into court in indianapolis has a history of arrests including driving under the influence and driving without a license manuel already goes sevala has also been deported twice and yet manage somehow to get back into the us and now the guatemalan citizen is believed responsible for the sunday crash on an interstate which killed the indianapolis colts linebacker edwin jackson and is over driver jeffrey monroe what washington needs is a parade so says president trump he's asked the pentagon to drop plans for a military parade complete with marching soldiers and tanks pentagon brass say they're looking at their options she bs military consultant geoff qasem says everybody loves a parade but in all honesty most soldiers i have found that don't join us but i am certain some in fact would obviously i'm sure in many cases parents and wives and children might also enjoy seeing their husbands sons and daughters uh involved in such an effort no dates have been announced an update on that six point four magnitude taiwan earthquake that killed at least four people the bbc's cindy su who rescuers are still looking for some one hundred forty super horse there i'm a tattoo four there is no clear his people were insight any of the damage steering time why lighter using sniffer dogs on heat detectors to try to find anyone inside a buildings plenty to fireworks should kennedy space center tuesday as x falcon heavy rocket blasted off from the very same launchpad used for the moon flights the company's ula moscow carry a opens up new class of word um so it can launch uh more than twice much pillars and the other arkhan world so it's kind of up to customers what they might will launch the payload on this test rocket a tesla roadster this is cbs news wbz news time one o3 the subaru retailers.

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"cindy su" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The mother of all was mainly along party lines on the spending measure which includes increases in military spending and two years of community how center funding that in the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and his democratic counterpart chuck schumer are hoping to pass a broader two years spending bill with immigration considered separately schumer's optimistic i am very hopeful that we can come to an agreement an agreement very soon bill rakoff cbs news washington many illegal immigrant faces charges in sunday's suspected drunk driving crash that killed indianapolis golds linebacker edwin jackson and another man dean reynolds reports the man brought into court in indianapolis has a history of arrests including driving under the influence and driving without a license manuel already goes sevala has also been deported twice and yet manage somehow to get back into the us and now the guatemalan citizen is believed responsible for the sunday crash on an interstate which killed indianapolis colts linebacker edwin jackson and is over driver jeffrey monroe what washington needs is a parade so says president trump he's asked the pentagon to draw up plans for a military parade complete with marching soldiers and tanks pentagon brass say they're looking at their options cbs military consultant geoff because when says everybody loves a parade but in all honesty most soldiers i have found that don't enjoy this but i am certain sown in fact would obviously i'm sure in many cases parents and wives and children might also enjoy seeing their husbands sons and daughters involved in such an effort no dates have been announced an update on that six point four magnitude taiwan earthquake that killed at least four people the bbc's cindy su who rescuers us through for some one hundred forty people who are still unaccounted for now is not clear whether these people were insight any of the damaged buildings at the time that's why dear using a sniffer dogs and in the heat detectors to try to find anyone inside a buildings plenty to fireworks should kennedy space center tuesday as space x falcon heavy rocket blasted off from.

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"cindy su" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Man has appointed an advisory panel with foreign and burmese experts to implement a peace proposal for the country's conflict ridden raccoon state the new panel includes the veteran us politician bill richardson and a former thai deputy prime minister more from out asiapacific analysts see their hatton the panel has been asked to implement the recommendations of a commission headed by the former un secretary general kofi annan his report filed in august warned mian mars real hingis muslims were vulnerable to human rights abuses because they were in effect stateless mr annan called on the government to extend citizenship to the row hinder one day after the commission's report is released row hindu militants attacked burmese guard posts igniting a violent military operation against roe hingis civilians the un has called a textbook example of ethnic cleansing more than six hundred thousand row hinges have fled me and mart since august citing systematic rape torture and murder the burmese authorities have refused the un's request to send in human rights monitors preferring instead to form their own panel to address what they call the challenges in raccoon state for decades taiwan concentrated on developing its high tech and manufacturing industries that hoped drive an exodus from the countryside and led to a drop in the number of farmers but now the island to sing a reversal in this trend with many more people including tech office workers giving up city jobs and choosing to take up farming and they're doing so with the government's blessing this report from tehran city near taipei from correspondent cindy su said them this leave you can touted airbags is if sherry fat then you come out in the middle of the night to catch the bird yeah then they think a lot of time so could follow.

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"cindy su" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cindy su" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Man has appointed an advisory panel with foreign and burmese experts to implement a peace proposal for the country's conflict ridden raccoon state the new panel includes the veteran us politician bill richardson and a former thai deputy prime minister more from out asiapacific analysts see their hatton the panel has been asked to implement the recommendations of a commission headed by the former un secretary general kofi annan his report filed in august warned mian mars real hingis muslims were vulnerable to human rights abuses because they were in effect stateless mr annan called on the government to extend citizenship to the row hinder one day after the commission's report is released row hindu militants attacked burmese guard posts igniting a violent military operation against roe hingis civilians the un has called a textbook example of ethnic cleansing more than six hundred thousand row hinges have fled me and mart since august citing systematic rape torture and murder the burmese authorities have refused the un's request to send in human rights monitors preferring instead to form their own panel to address what they call the challenges in raccoon state for decades taiwan concentrated on developing its high tech and manufacturing industries that hoped drive an exodus from the countryside and led to a drop in the number of farmers but now the island to sing a reversal in this trend with many more people including tech office workers giving up city jobs and choosing to take up farming and they're doing so with the government's blessing this report from tehran city near taipei from correspondent cindy su said them this leave you can touted airbags is if sherry fat then you come out in the middle of the night to catch the bird yeah then they think a lot of time so could follow.

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