35 Burst results for "Colville"

"colville" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 5 months ago

"colville" Discussed on WTOP

"Require 1235 Malik acre a British man who was killed while holding several people hostage at a synagogue in the colville Texas on January 15th We're learning more about him on this week's edition of the hunt with WTB national security correspondent JJ green doctor Hans Jacobs Schindler senior director of the counter extremism project explains how it unfolded This individual traveled just at the end of December via JFK into New York state a couple of days in New York in a cheap hotel and then went on to Texas to stay in a homeless shelter And then decided to go into the synagogue and call it Claiming that he was homeless and they welcomed him in and then he took them hostage He had a gun with him that he apparently procured some are off the streets And held him hostage for several hours until the FBI finally raided the synagogue and that was a firefighter he died The hostages were rescued escaped freed hot of that work Two of them freaked themselves so they were able to flee their through a charity He didn't shoot back So apparently it wasn't luckily prepared to kill And then the stand of continued it was several hours and then in the end the FBI decided to go in and it ended with his death Right There were two teenagers in the UK that were detained for some time Why were they detained in what was learned from them Well so far they've been detained for questioning So you know they are learning from them as we speak at the moment and there's really no public information that they've released The case of this individual itself is quite an interesting one because he was known to the patient intelligence He was the subject of interest for a while and a short lead investigation That means someone gave them a tip The investigator the case and then they closed the case again As they've done 40,000 times.

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"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Quite frankly go. Hey twitter sphere. Someone tell me how to do this thing in you know. Star wars honestly. It's a bad place to go. Unless you've really seriously curated your stuff. You can sort through the bullshit. Find a community Like the gaming forums are discord another discord similar mac. Colville has a pretty decent Discord or she may read it. he's got are rented slash colville. Ed leave where he's got a pretty good community find communities like that it all flirt worst groups those those types of folks and talk to them and get answers from people that at least you can't do have to say no entrust quote unquote but you at least go there and probably get a better answer than the soundbite answer so somebody recently at our discord said they on twitter and somebody asked for a piece of advice on something that they were running or something that they were gonna construct gay master to gay master. I believe was a scenario and get good. Gi space g. you d. That was their advice. Get good while i knew it. I apologize for not remembering remembering their handle but they were just like. I just hated that. They hate the phrase to but they were like. Why is your advice. Just that like well. Just it's it's now salting. Now it's insulting. It's not funny. So i'll say this like a sean and i are talking like would you better sean a lot. I just try harder and everybody tell me problem. Exactly 'cause you suck sean. Let me apart from that. I have no new for over seven years now. We are friends. We we have spent plenty of time outside of this podcast together. We hang out we do blah blah weakened rib each other like that rando dude on on on twitter saying get good. That's fuck you actually. Don't mind it from our community. Because i know that a lot of yeah and that's that's in good faith spirit and fun and friendship. That's just friends having fun with friends. Yup and but yeah that random crap online like yeah thank you you just being a dick fuck off..

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"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Time this week. So you sean have talked about this. A little bit off the mike and joe swick and i and other people be answers. We've talked about a cow off. The mike's severed dragon spawn. Were chatting about this The other day. And there's a there's a prevailing piece out there that someone will say i wanna run heist game with dnv and some person will say oh in that case. You should run blades dark personal savory politely thank you but i want to run with the d. and i have a question. Yeah but blades. Dark does a better. Thank you. But i want to run a dvd yet. But you don't understand and at certain point. That person needs to be forcibly tied up and gagged or removed right so the things that i have I think this for my dad based on talking to my more and learning more about how my father was raised and so forth. How risk me there is a do not tell me what to fucking do it what you should do. Really what should i do. Come here and tell me to my face executives. You think. I should be doing it. Usually it doesn't go. He be on a podcast. Took sean sean. A couple of months to talk me into it so it wasn't just a quick cell but so what i'm talking about. Here's what people mean. I think we often do this to say. Hey this does something better or will say ooh instead of doing that. You should try this thing mac colville stocked about this and the z bash..

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"colville" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"colville" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"You documents door strange. Smoke doors opening. They supposedly all heard footsteps and they said that growling and shit like that. We're animals and other things. Yeah what if what. If this weird smokers somebody clam baking in the basement and like trying to hide it from the loud bangs dropped long. Yeah exactly and they would hear like giggling and shit he starting to think maybe onto something there weird the weird smoke than the loud banging then the giggling. Somebody was fucking getting into the basement. Bud or some fucking evil fuck and there's like you know and then they hear like child giggling it was just some evil cultist. That was like oh you know what. It's my fucking lunch break. I'm not going to be a bastard right now. Sits down always say that like child in hearing a child is is is always a demand. That's what they always say. It's a demon that if the child because it's reflecting something that's nice in nature wise or whatever like nature or something that is kind of innocent so they like mimic it. That theory was concocted by parent or an uncle or something. That's like yeah kids. Pretend to be all fucking sweet and innocent. But they're really little bastards so they heard like even animalistic growling noises. Which is strange. Do what was that. The doctors said they heard like dogs. And shit like that so Would the police would come in the people call and it'd be fucking empty even weirder. There's parable experiences reported but those actually lived there one. Such report comes from commenter on hotel hoven or haunted colville who says they lived in the house as a child and rights. I spent about six years of my childhood growing up in that house. I was always scared of strange noises. They were not common but when it happened is should got your attention fast. My mother comforted me about the sounds and the voices as a child as you mentioned his later about a woman. She thought she saw in the bedroom upstairs. She always wondered if it had seen if she has seen an apparition of the woman who supposedly took her own life decades ago. I for one never lacked the old house and was happy when we relocated in the early fifties two months. She muncie whatever that is always been curious about the afterlife after my youthful experiences and house brought that to my attention so this guy you mean to tell me that her mom was like the person in my kids room in the i thought wasn't hey let me go in there and check and make sure there's not a person in my fucking kids room. She just like maybe a ghost. Fucking go downstairs stairs and have a drink..

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"colville" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

04:23 min | 11 months ago

"colville" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Hands are still greasy and dirty. Because i've been working on other people's cars walking in my you know my family looks at me like hey. I thought you said you work at amazon. What are you doing working on car if you do noah changes now and i'm just like oh. It's just that some people need help. Some people need to figure out what's going on or or you know. What what what's up with their chicken july and stuff like that and i i just i like doing that other employees and autozone hate to say it but they make up excuses. I mean especially because of colville. They'll be like oh you know when a customer comes up and tells them can you can you. Can you come check my car. Whatever and they'll be like oh you know a covert. We can't go out there. And can't i'm saw. We're sorry. I'll just look at them. Like i told my boss my a permission to you. Know step outside and go for it if you want to. You don't have to go for it. I said out. I'll go out there and help them. As soon as i'm out there in the parking lot everyone sees me working on on. You know in the engine bay. And everyone's like oh. Hey hey hey use me up. Get old line outside do. There's no way you're going back inside without having to work on or touch like three different cars. But hey matt it's i gotta say i got. I got an all. I feel like i'm repeating myself but working out zone No joke it really his this good for you man. It sounds like there's some opportunity there sounds like a good fit for you know. Run the place someday. Right right right yeah. It honestly needs to be said that they are guy meets to be a little bit more respectful of the parts star guy long. There's there's been a..

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"colville" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"colville" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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"colville" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"colville" Discussed on WTOP

"Slowing after Colville Road may have new crash activity after University Boulevard before you get to New Hampshire Avenue with caution for what may be in the roadway, a little bit of slowing after New Hampshire Avenue that maybe work as well. North bound on the BW Parkway coming out coming from the bell way through Greenbelt, the mowing crew out once again from NASA Goddard working their way toward powder mill working the right side, saying left to get by with safety outer loop delays. It's thinning out nicely now, after the two seventies, forgetting Across the Legion bridge. The earlier vehicle fire on the Virginia side of the Beltway outer loop that is now long gone and traveling, have all been reopened. Finishing up with Maryland 97 South bound Watch for a reported disabled vehicle that's supposed to be near Ben Field Boulevard. Exit 10 with caution for what may be in the roadway there on the Virginia side on 95 on 3 95. No reported delay slowing, however. As you cross the Occoquan River Bridge south bound through Woodbridge. And once you're past that you are good on 66 a few delays as you make away from Centerville toward route 50 at Fair Oaks. But beyond that, no other noted delays in Faqir County on Route 29, 15 and 17, the southbound near lover's Lane crash activity. Last report. All lanes stopped there in the district inbound New York Avenue. Delays begin before you get to South Dakota Avenue. The crash near the Arboretum left later. Last report was getting by on the freeway. No reported issues pending on T C to 95 slowing from about Burrows Avenue past East Capitol Street. At that point, you start to break away and things look better heading toward the 11th Street Bridge. Ready for the Great American Road trip fit small dot com Has your next right at Fitzgerald, Mazda like the fuel efficient Monster C X 30. Visit Fitzgerald Mazda Fit small dot com Today I'm Ian Crawford, w T o p traffic and now let's go to Storm Team Forest, Lauryn Ricketts. We're entering what is usually the how to stretch of weather. In terms of what we see around here and boy, is it going to deliver.

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OHCHR Call for New Peace Efforts in Occupied Palestinian Territory

UN News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

OHCHR Call for New Peace Efforts in Occupied Palestinian Territory

"The un rights office wage appealed on tuesday for a redoubling of efforts to restore calm in the occupied palestinian territory after airstrikes and days of clashes between protesters and israeli security forces. The ongoing violence marks a dramatic escalation of tensions linked to the potential eviction of palestinian families from east jerusalem. Un secretary general antonio guitarist has expressed his deep concern at the situation while the security council held an emergency meeting on monday in geneva you and writes off his spokesperson. Rupert colville cited reports more than nine. Hundred palestinians were injured between the seventh and tenth of may in east jerusalem and over two hundred in the west bank most by israeli security forces. He also noted that palestinian armed groups had launched at some two hundred fifty rockets towards israel in the past twenty four hours with at least seventeen. Israeli civilians reported the injured. This use of indiscriminate weapons is strictly prohibited under international humanitarian law and must immediately the chr officials said s strikes had been carried out in. Gaza is rarely defense forces. Mr colville continued citing reports that twenty four palestinians had been killed including nine children and one woman his mr colville now. Israel must respect international humanitarian law in particular the cardinal principles on the conduct of stabilities namely distinction proportionality precautions any attack including s. Strikes should be directed solely at military objectives and all feasible precautions must be taken to avoid civilian deaths and injury and damage to civilian

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Reported Ethiopia massacre: UN rights chief warns of spiralling situation

UN News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Reported Ethiopia massacre: UN rights chief warns of spiralling situation

"Amid reports of mass killings in the european town of mike adra u. n. high commissioner for human rights. Michelle bachelet has expressed increasing alarm the rapidly deteriorating situation in the tigray region. She won't that if the tigray regional forces and ethiopian government forces continued fighting. There is a risk that this situation will spiral totally out of control. This could lead to heavy casualties and destruction as well. As mass displacement within ethiopia itself and across borders ms bachelet said while the details of the alleged mass killings reported by amnesty international in my cadre in southwest. Tigray have not yet been fully verified the high commissioner cool for a full inquiry. Here spokesperson rupert. Colville if confirmed as having being deliberately carried out by a party to the current fighting these killings of civilians would of course amount to war crimes

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"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"colville" Discussed on Gaming and BS RPG Podcast

"Did, you have fun game. Well, my players had fun. I had fun. Mac Colville said that I have said that you said that, hey, man if everyone table a good time, we had a good time. That's bullshit. Well, here's an interesting piece or how here's an interesting piece that goes with that that is saying that unless four. To however many other people who game with eight six while whatever the number is. A less six people had the time of their lives that evening you is the game master failed. Or didn't get to enjoy it as much because not everyone at the table had fun. Like you're hosting this party, was it a good party and the hosts as well? It was pretty good except for I didn't have the right kind of wine because Tom was upset that the wine there or so and so didn't realize that they were to dairy and I didn't. I didn't tell them that there was cheese in the or some into the contrary to the contract. It's interesting because we say that stuff like well. The Game Masters Job and we will give lip service the fact. Well, they don't have to. They're not just there to entertain their not just their their players to and so forth. But when we talk about Playing, playing a game to have a good time, we're having a lot of fun with it. Yes. The game mattress fund creating different things, voices sometimes our worlds are bits, bits and yesterday. That's what they enjoy. Bright. That's why they're the game yesterday. Did they create the world? That's their fun that's the fun part fun. Part doesn't have to roll over to the table. Yeah the miniature painting I love to paint miniatures I don't to play the game to play the game and like the paint miniatures so. Interesting Connection the other pieces that. So this poor son of a gun sat down had a really good fun time building this world laid it on the table old players went and just shit on it because it didn't the players didn't have fun..

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UN Rights Chief Calls for Justice After Nigerian Soldiers Kill Protesters

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

UN Rights Chief Calls for Justice After Nigerian Soldiers Kill Protesters

"High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet is calling for an investigation of Nigerian armed forces following attacks that killed at least a dozen protesters this week in Lagos. Mrs. Flynt has this story from Geneva closed circuit TV cameras and lighting reportedly were deliberately disabled prior to the shooting if confirmed, Human rights spokesman Rupert Colville says that means theater AC on peaceful protesters was premeditated, planned and coordinated the Bottom line here is endemic problem with security forces in Nigeria that need to be sorted out because what were these protests about? They were about Police force that was Killing people. Raping women extorting money. For years, Nigeria's army has dismissed as fake news reports that soldiers were behind the killings. You and rights Chief watch ladies calling for perpetrators of these crimes to be brought to justice for NPR News. I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva, Poland's

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UN rights chief urges India to safeguard rights of NGOs, activists

UN News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

UN rights chief urges India to safeguard rights of NGOs, activists

"The UN Human Rights High Commissioner has expressed dismay over restrictions against non governmental organizations, NGOs, and the arrests of activists in. India. Michelle Bachelet has appealed to the government to safeguard the rights of human rights, defenders, and NGOs her office reported on Tuesday. The UN rights chief has expressed regret at the tightening of space for these groups including by the application of vaguely worded laws that restrict foreign funding spokesperson for the UN Human Rights Office Rupert. Colville pointed to the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act as an example is also been invoked over the years to justify an array of highly intrusive measures ranging from official rates on NGO officers and freezing Vancouver. Too, suspension or cancellation of registration including a civil society organizations that have engaged with you. Human Rights, bodies, Mr Colville said activists, and human rights. Defenders have also come under mounting pressure in recent months particularly following mass protests earlier this year against the Citizenship Amendment, act more than fifteen hundred people have reportedly been arrested in relation to the protests many were charged under another law, the unlawful activities prevention act, which has drawn widespread criticism for its lack of conformity with international human rights standards.

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UN urges 'independent' Russian probe of Navalny poisoning

UN News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

UN urges 'independent' Russian probe of Navalny poisoning

"Russian Federation has been urged by you and rights chief Michelle. BASCH, layer to carry out or cooperate with a rapid and transparent criminal investigation into the poisoning of opposition activist Alexei navalny citing German specialists who said they had unequivocal proof that Mr Navalny was poisoned with Nova Chalk nerve agent, the U. N. High Commissioner for human. Rights also highlighted other cases. Of poisoning and targeted assassination of Russian citizens in the past twenty years, this patent was profoundly disturbing. The high commissioner said in a statement adding that it was deeply regrettable that in many cases, perpetrators had not been held to account in Geneva misbash leads spokesperson Rupert Colville condemned the poisoning. He also explained that nerve agents and radioactive isotopes such as Novi Chalk polonium ten are sophisticated substances that are extremely hard to source. Not Materials that you can buy a pharmacy or A. Shop. Hardware store as the High Commissioner says, this raises numerous questions why use substances like these who is using them have it they acquired prior to his reported poisoning Mr Navalny had been repeatedly harassed arrested and assaulted either by the authorities or by unknown assailants according to the High Commissioner. Novelli was clearly someone who needed state protection. Even he was a political thorn in the side of the government she said adding that it was not good enough to simply deny he was poisoned nor the need for a thorough independent, impartial and transparent investigation into this assassination attempt.

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UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

UN News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

UN Rights Chief Condemns Death Threats Against Congo Nobel Laureate

"U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Basch. Let has condemned death threats made against Congolese Nobel Prize laureate Dr Denis, mcquade Gay, and called for his protection. Talk to mcquaid is best known for helping thousands of women, victims of sexual violence in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC for decades he has also called for perpetrators to be brought to justice and. Advocated against the use of rape as a weapon of war, he survived an assassination attempt at his home in two thousand, twelve in Geneva spokesperson for the rights chief Rupert. Colville said that the recent surge of threats against Dr mcquaid had been conveyed via social media and in Franco's to him and his family threats, it'll to be more willing to his advocacy. So his very robust positions he's taken on accountability on protection of women. As a result of what he's seeing two decades in the hospital in terms of Protection you know the difficult part of the country s very very violent region. So that's part of our call to the authorities. It absolutely make sure they do provide really comprehensive physical protection to mccreadie enter the rest of his team. Says that they can continue vital which so many women. Mr Colville explained that the latest threats are likely connected with Dr mcquaid condemnation of violence in the highlands of south Kivu involving mainly Banya Milonga. Herders in conflict against the Bambi. By flu and Benin do communities.

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UN condemns deadly attacks on low-caste youths in Nepal

UN News

01:54 min | 2 years ago

UN condemns deadly attacks on low-caste youths in Nepal

"The killing of five men in Nepal who had supported and Inter caste relationship has been condemned by the UN rights. Chief in a statement on Friday the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet expressed shock. At last weekend's bloodshed he's victims were from the Dalit or untouchables. Class it reportedly happened after a twenty one year. Old Man and several friends attempted to escort his higher cost girlfriend at her request. Before being attacked five men were later found dead while another person is still missing. Misbash Bachelorette also called for an independent investigation into reports that a twelve year. Old low-cost girl was killed in an attack in ran day district and left hanging from a tree. She is said to have been forcibly married to her alleged rapist from dominant cast. It is distressing that caste based discrimination remains widespread not only in the pool but in other countries the high commissioner said in a statement adding that ending the prejudice was fundamental to International Labor agreed sustainable development goals of leaving no one behind moves by social media platforms to stop the spread of potentially ill-informed and prejudiced information by users have been welcomed by the human rights office. Chr development follows the decision by twitter earlier this week for the first time to highlight to posts by us. President Donald Trump. They called into question. The proposed use of postal ballots in California in the presidential election later this year. Which Mr Trump warned at risk of being rigged you and human rights spokesperson ripper called on Friday said that although heavy-handed regulation could stifle free expression. It was a good thing online. Chat companies addressed posts. His veracity could be challenged. Social media platforms have frequently contributed to human rights violations. Mr Colville explained including through hate speech. Incitement to violence and misinformation that undermines fundamental rights. He also cautioned against overbroad regulation. That can stifle free expression and be used to target human rights defenders and call thoughtful consideration by authorities and effective

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"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Catcher John Colville kinship okay fine and six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio app there has been a bit of an outbreak the coronavirus task force in Washington the White House we give you the details and then we'll talk about the mask thing because apparently that's the order this afternoon certain staffers in the west wing of the White House I'm going to have to put on face coverings looks plain all that and then give you our thoughts this is in the news again going forward how much mask wearing is necessary so you want to talk about your sneak in to look at the blue waves yeah the red tide has come up from Baja California this is an algae bloom and it's been moving north and they haven't had one in eight years nine years since twenty eleven and they haven't had one this big since nineteen ninety five and I seen this before in Florida and it's it's algae that just grows out of control and it causes a terrible stink it releases toxins into the air well you know I've been smelling this thinking of didn't know was that but using the okay does put off a stink every now and then I just thought it was but I could probably the right time yeah it's the red tide it turns the water reddish brown during the day during the day but at night and I look this up because I I I never heard of this because I seen in Florida but I never heard of these blue neon white phenomenon the same algae that makes the ocean look reddish brown during the day makes the waves flash a bright neon blue at night and it really does look like an electric neon blue slash there is no way yeah press if it of course it could be times worse right the beaches are closed in LA county and the reason it does this is the the algae they they come photo final plaintiff's right and they have a little channel in the photo but phytoplankton where an electrical impulse contrasting and apparently all the the the ways destruction disruption the agitation creates an electrical pulse big goes through the algae and there's a chemical reaction which throws off blue light and it's it's real polite it just lasts for a fraction of a second it's a flash and so last night we went up and down PCH my wife wanted to go I wanted to go to and and her girlfriend said go to this particular beach in Malibu so we tried there but they're so much traffic everybody was doing this last night at nine o'clock and on the south bound lanes cars were parked for a long long stretch except the shoulder isn't even wide enough to handle the parking so a lot of cars were edged out into the right lane and you know we're driving up PCH is like I mean that that things a death trap they wouldn't Norton ordinarily they would park in the lots right there plenty of parking lots public what's there close to door closed up I showed up anyway they're basically parking halfway into the right lane of PCH cars are darting in and out of the shoulder there's people walking up and down there's a guide biking down the middle of PCH in.

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Syria: Bachelet warns of 'ticking time-bomb' as civilian killings mount

UN News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Syria: Bachelet warns of 'ticking time-bomb' as civilian killings mount

"The High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet has serious concerns about a sharp rise in killings of civilians and ongoing abuses across Syria. The situation is deteriorating and is a ticking time bomb. That must not be ignored. She said in a statement on Friday her spokesperson that Rupert Colville explained that. Un UN rights officials are receiving more reports every day of targeted killings and bombings from one end of the country to the other many of these attacks take place in populated areas. He said noting that parties to the conflict in Syria including isolate appear to see the cave in nineteen pandemic as a way to regroup and inflict violence in April. The Office of the High Commissioner documented at least thirty five civilian deaths from attacks involving improvised explosive devices compared to just seven the previous month most were in residential neighborhoods while seven other attacks hit markets in one of the deadliest attacks in recent months. Fifty one people including at least two thousand nine civilians were killed on the twenty eighth of April when a fuel truck exploded in a market in the northwestern city of a friend

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"colville" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"colville" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Don't know how that helps so what you have to have you have a tow truck driver come out so they can be you know be cheek to cheek is is whether making it worse it's it's it's just sick what's going on by the way Colville Colleyville Texas several governors are lifting the pandemic restrictions this week but a fourth fort worth Texas suburb went a step further they are the first in Texas to issue the proclamation churches retail stores gyms salons massage parlors restaurants all of it re opens today Colleyville Texas Graham Graham boy thank god we have the massage parlors I can't believe they were even closed all rights I want to talk to a little bit about Mike Lindell and my pillow I don't know I don't know if Mike's his his factories are still making masks and P. P.'s so I don't know if they're if they're back to making you know their pillows and everything else but I would I would really urge you to if you're looking for a pillow just give my pillow try I would never have given it a try it just didn't look like a pillow but I would want and I don't buy things off of TV or whatever you know especially for Mike is just hilarious he's like my bill is great okay I just I so anyway but I Mike sent one to me and then was in my office and I thought I tried it one night and I quite honestly hated it he said you hate my pillow click like yes I do he sent me another one he said you you have the wrong size he.

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Displaced yet again, Syrians flee Idlib

UN News

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Displaced yet again, Syrians flee Idlib

"Humanitarian crisis in northwest Syria has left civilians with nowhere safe. Not even displacement camps. Un human rights chief. Michelle Bachelet said on Tuesday in a statement. She warned that more than nine. Hundred thousand civilians in Syria North West have been forced into ever smaller areas in search of safety as government forces. Continue their campaign against armed opposition groups. Here's her spokesperson Rupert. Colville civilians fleeing the fighting of being squeezed into areas without safe shelter that are shrinking in size by the hour. Still bombed and they simply no longer have anywhere to go. We've also recorded several incidents. In which displacement camps were either directly hit or affected by nearby strikes as the high commissioner puts it no shelter is now safe and other government offensive continues when people forced into smaller and smaller pockets? She fears even more. People will be killed since the first of January. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights CHR has confirmed two hundred ninety nine civilian deaths in it live around ninety three percent of that number were caused by the Syrian government and its allies and two hundred forty six came after airstrikes. H CHR said

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Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Border patrol K-9 killed, agent injured after vehicle slides on black ice in Washington, agency says

"A border patrol canine agent has died and his partner is in the hospital after a collision in eastern Washington couples who were Merrill has the story Zachary crossing with the Colville border patrol station says the canine Jackie and his partner were at the end of their patrol duties for the night heading back on highway three ninety five when they lost control of the vehicle reportedly on black ice and rolled down an embankment ending up some seventy feet below Jackie was the sixth upon our arrival provinces Jackie's partner suffered multiple injuries including broken bones a tough loss that it'll take some time to to get through for sure especially for that age this is the out pouring from the Colville community has been amazing especially from the school district students knew Jackie in his handler from recruitment events an agency demonstrations Jackie had been with border patrol for nearly five years all with the

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Syrian Civilians Face a New Threat

UN News

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Syrian Civilians Face a New Threat

"Civilians are dealing with a growing threat of improvised explosive devices. Or are these despite despite a fragile ceasefire in the northeast of the country. A spokesperson for the U N High Commissioner for Human Rights Rupert Colville reported on

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"colville" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"colville" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Brothers are here there are people the doctors are saying the first is not saying there are no Tuesday's killings follow Friday's massacre in their culture bomba were security first forces killed at least nine moralis supporters this all comes as Germany has secured access to Bolivia's vast reservoir of lithium a key raw material used to produce cell phone an electric car batteries shortly before his ouster the Bolivian president evo Morales said he planned to cancel the agreement with Germany but the right wing government of self declared president Jeanine Anya's now says the mining deal will move forward Bolivia's Patos C. region is home to over fifty percent of the world's let the M. research the US Senate unanimously approved a bill Tuesday aimed at protecting human rights of Hong Kong pro democracy protesters the Senate bill would allow the president to impose sanctions and travel restrictions and people were found to be responsible for the arbitrary detention torture forced confession of any individual in Hong Kong the Hong Kong human rights and democracy act will now go to the house of representatives Beijing quickly denounced the bell in Hong Kong officials said it would harm relations between the two countries the US Senate also unanimously passed a second bill that would ban the export of tear gas pepper spray and rubber bullets to Hong Kong's police force Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged president trump to voice support for Hong Kong's protesters trump had previously promised Chinese president xi Jim paying the United States would remain quiet about the protest as the two countries pursue trade talks over the summer the United Nations human rights agencies reaffirmed the United Nations still considers the Israeli settlements in the occupied west bank illegal under international law despite US secretary of state Mike Pompeii was announcement Monday that the United States no longer considers them a legal under international law this is United Nations Rupert Colville the situations are regarding Israel in the settlements in the occupied territories as part of the UN secretary at we continue to follow the long standing position of the United Nations that the Israeli settlements are in breach of international law change in the policy position of one the state does not modify existing international little nor its interpretation by the international court of justice and the security council to see our interview with Palestinian human rights attorney Nora Erekat on the U. S. announcement go to democracy now dot org the Pentagon's defense intelligence agency says ISIS is rebuilding itself in northern Syria following trump's abrupt decision to move US troops from key areas clearing the way for the Turkish invasion against Syrian Kurdish fighters the new report by the Pentagon's inspector general says ISIS has used the turmoil in the area to rebuild itself and increase its ability to launch attacks abroad The New York Times reports the navy seals are expected to oust accused war criminal Eddie Gallagher from the elite commando force only days after president trump clear Gallagher of any judicial punishment and restored his rank Gallagher's man accused of shooting two Iraqi civilians and fatally stabbing a captive teenager in the neck a California military jury acquitted him of premeditated and attempted murder charges in July but he was convicted of a lesser offense for posing for photos with the teenage captive's dead body trump also pardon to other US soldiers who have also been accused of committing war crimes despite being advised against the pardons by its own defense secretary mark asper time magazine's reporting secretary of state Mike Pompeii was planning to resign and run for a U. S. Senate seat and Kansas next year on pay has come under fire during the on going impeachment hearings against president trump with many criticizing him for failing to defend state department officials and protect US policies against trump's efforts to politicize foreign affairs on pale has not publicly confirmed his planned resignation in immigration news a federal judge in California has ruled the trump administration's asylum restrictions do not apply to the tens of thousands of people who are currently in limbo at the U. S. Mexico border in July the trump administration imposed a new ruling get prohibiting migrants from applying for asylum if they cross through a third country before arriving at the United States the policy aimed to sharply limit the number of central Americans Africans and people from other regions were eligible for asylum but on Tuesday judge sent the about Shonda of the Southern District of California ruled asylum seekers who arrived at the U. S. Mexico border prior to the July rules are not subject to it and can still apply for asylum in the US meanwhile asylum seekers currently arriving at the U. S. border can now be sent to Guatemala after the new asylum pact between the US and Guatemala took fact Tuesday human rights advocates say the trump administration's new plan is particularly dangerous for female and LGBTQ asylum seekers come out has one of the highest rates of femicide the murder of women in the world buzzfeed reports homeland security officials are still trying to work out basic T. tech details of the new plan to send asylum seekers to water Molla one homeland security department brief states quote there's uncertainty as to who will provide orientation services for migrants as well as who will provide shelter food transportation and other care and quote in Sweden prosecutors have dropped the investigation into sexual assault allegations against wikileaks founder Julian assigned which assigns has always denied assigns took refuge inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London for over seven years to avoid extradition to Sweden on the charges British authorities drag him out of the Ecuadorean embassy in April he's since been jailed on London's Belmarsh prison on charges related to skipping of balance two thousand twelve when he first entered the embassy which she did in order to avoid extradition to Sweden over the now drop sexual assault charges the United States is now seeking a centrist extradition to the U. S. where he faces up to a hundred seventy five years in prison on hacking charges and seventeen counts of violating the World War one era espionage act extension rebellion hunger strikes come after a separate climate action in New York Saturday in which twenty nine people were arrested protesting the construction of a frat gas power plant in Dover both Connecticut and New York residents oppose the power plants construction saying it'll pollute the air with harmful chemicals and greenhouse gases a major driver of climate change and the British labor party says it will remove companies failing to take action to climate change from the London Stock Exchange if labor wins the general election on December twelfth the announcement came after Britain's green property criticize labor for dropping plans to achieve net zero carbon emissions by twenty thirty in New York authorities have brought criminal charges against two prison guards who were on duty that night serial sexual predator Jeffrey abstain reportedly hung himself in a Manhattan jail the indictments against and say the two guards were sleeping shopping online for furniture and catching up on sports news instead of checking on abstain other prisoners every thirty minutes and that they then fall syfy prison records to claim they perform their required rounds the guards have been charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and with making false records New York has sued the E. cigarette giant jul accusing the company of engaging in deceptive marketing and sales tactics aimed at targeting young people this is New York Attorney General attrition James and there is no doubt that jewel the largest E. cigarette company has because this addiction in fact the whole seventy percent of the market and that's why today we're taking action by announcing a comprehensive lawsuit against jul labs incorporated jul basically took a page from big tobacco's playbook by marketing its products in a manner that was appealing to wonder each youth the lawsuit in New York comes after president trump abruptly reversed course and decided not to sign a memo that would have banned most flavored E. cigarettes despite promising to do so only months earlier trump was reportedly concern banning these vaping products could hurt his reelection prospects and today marks transgender day of remembrance a day that honors the thousands of trans gender and gender non conforming people who've been killed around the world at least twenty two trans gender and gender non conforming people have died in the United States so far this year most of them black trans gender women over three thousand trends and gender non conforming people have been killed around the world since two thousand eight will have more on the transgender day of remembrance later in the broadcast and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report I mean we could man and I'm one than solace welcome to all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world I couldn't believe what I was hearing those were the words of army lieutenant colonel Alex been men during Tuesday's house impeachment hearing describing his reaction to a July telephone call between president trump and Ukrainian president follow me well I'm here in the landscape during the call trump pressure to the Lenski to investigate democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son hunter who served on the board of the Ukrainian natural gas company will respond at the time that his father was vice president then men who is the director for European affairs at the National Security Council testified in the first of two hearings on Tuesday along with Jennifer Williams rusher adviser for vice president Mike pence here they are being questioned by democratic congressman Sean Maloney of New York here are the call with your own ears right yes Sir not second hand not here say you heard the president speak was on the call correct your conclusion was what he said about investigating the binds who's your words unusual in an appropriate I believe it might am I right those my testimony and Mister you were treated to a July tenth meeting in the White House where you heard about us since online raise investigations conditioning a White House meeting on that investigations that you thought were unduly political I believe that's how you described and you went to an S. 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News in Brief 6 August 2019

UN News

04:57 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 6 August 2019

"This is the news in brief from the united nations a move by italian lawmakers to impose fines of up to one million euros on vessels and organizations carrying out search and rescue operations off the country's coastline sparked a new warning on tuesday from the u._n. That the measure risks deterring future life saving efforts in the mediterranean speaking speaking in geneva the u._n. Refugee agency or u._n._h._c._r. spokesperson charlie yaks louis explained that the legislative move came at a time when other european countries had largely actually stopped sea rescue activities and the changes approved by parliament fines private vessels that undertake rescue of people and do not respect the ban on entry into tori. Tori waters have risen to a maximum of one million euros in addition vessels when our automatically be impounded so far this year nearly four thousand people. I'll have made the treacherous crossing to europe father so-called central mediterranean route from north africa to italy misty actually said nearly eighty percent less than in the first seven months of last year the u._n.'s at top right official michelle basch lead has added her voice to condemnation of the weekend shootings in the united states insisting on tuesday tuesday that not just the u._s. but allstate's should do more to stop discrimination speaking in geneva miss bachelet's spokesperson richard carvel welcomed u._s. rejection shen of racism hatred and white supremacy in the wake of the two tragedies which claimed at least two thousand nine lives in texas and a higher on saturday we unequivocally condemn racism xenophobia and intolerance in all their forms including white supremacy we call for states in general including the united states to take positive steps is to radically discrimination reflecting or measures that might stop a growing number of hate crimes in the u._s. and elsewhere and their application via social media. Mr colville level urged online communications companies and governments to work together to ensure that human rights considerations were baked in when developing legislation policies and social media products folks to help identify and reduce risks. The indian government's decision to revoke part of the constitution relating to these special status of indian-administered kashmir risks worsening democratic freedoms. They're the u._n. Human rights office or h h set on tuesday amid reports that hardly any information at all is emerging from the indian-administered side of the long disputed territory spokesperson at rupert colville cited a u._n. Report alleging that authorities suppressed communications networks conducted arbitrary detentions and punished opponents. We're seeing again blanket telecommunications restrictions. Perhaps more blanket than we've ever seen. Before the reported arbitrary detention of political leaders and restrictions on peaceful assembly these restrictions will prevent the people of indian-administered kashmir on their elected representatives from participating fully in democratic debate about the future status of kashmir tensions over kashmir which rose sharply after a deadly suicide bombing in february targeting indian security forces in pulwama continued to have a severe impact on people's rights including the right to life according to the u._n. Human rights office india and pakistan ford several conflicts over the disputed region and the u._n. Has been mandated since nineteen forty nine to to monitor the ceasefire between the two countries and finally to central african republic where widespread and severe food insecurity has prompted a singer to use his music to call for help. You saw ben. How's oppa siler wate more them okay why speaking.

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"colville" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on KOMO

"Smoke from the fire was reported to be affecting air quality in downwind regions Colville tribal officers are asking voters to stay clear of the firefighting efforts the lake Roosevelt recreational area fire officials predicted could take more than a week to contain the blaze there are kinds komo news the website connected to the el Paso shooter is currently dark but a local entrepreneur says he might consider helping turn it back on Kamel's Brian Calvert has more the website is called eight chan and it's reportedly where the el Paso shooter posted his hate filled manifesto before opening fire the website's former host cloud fair pulled the plug earlier this week CEO Matthew princess he personally doesn't feel conflicted but adds to consumers it feels wrong if your browser is making decisions about what content can and cannot be online rob monster apparently feels the same way he operates semanas based web host epic dot com there are reports that eight chan has approached epic about providing a masking service that would help bring it back online monster tells the times that epic did not solicit this business he also said that epic will evaluate this in the coming days but he's more than open and is held those censored in the past part of his statement to the times we enter into a slippery slope when we start to limit speech that makes us uncomfortable Brian Calvert komo news for Dale police are still trying to figure out who put up what some are calling hate speech posters on utility poles the protesters were first discovered the posters rather were first discovered two weekends ago each of them in patriotic colors with words that say report any and all illegal aliens they are criminals the posters also contain the website for the group patriot front that's a group both the Southern Poverty Law Center and the anti defamation league have on their watch lists the massacres in el Paso and Dayton have pushed the divisive issue of gun control back into the spotlight there's a renewed call to ban high capacity magazines with bills in the state legislature I've long.

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"colville" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on KOMO

"Us today from Colville banker Danforth. And she has a fantastic listing to go over you. I do. Yes. Putting myself on the back here. Right. Right. Times a child this time. I wasn't going to say a word. Great. Yes. Season Krueger with banker Danforth. And today. I'm showcasing a lovely listing out in eat them cloth for those who weren't with the program here on the first round that we talked about it. So it's just a shy fifteen hundred square foot three bedroom two bathroom rambler on four plus acres all nicely. Usable property, partly wooded there's an above ground swimming pool and nice size yard. It's off a quiet street and in beautiful Unum claw, where you're out in the country, but you're still close to everything. So I'm holding that open this afternoon from noon to three and the address is two three three one zero southeast three hundred ninety second street in them. Claw, and the MLS before Chris asks me that one again. MLS number about is one four six five one seven nine. And again, I'll be there holding that open this afternoon from twelve to three privacy abound, pool view of my view of mount Ranier. There's not a view of mount rainier out of you. View now. India close, when you come out of the driveway, there's a view of mount Ranier. Absolutely. Yeah, nothing but the birds singing it's very quiet fantastic. So if you have time go and see it. What's the price point on that? Susan, we are listed at five hundred twenty five thousand very affordable for a home on acreage genome, claw. And of course rambler is what everybody wants. Yes. Oh, absolutely. Especially when it comes to Amazon coveted. A lot of calls on that, especially when it comes to reverse mortgages, the absolutely our seniors are loved the ramblers, and they're, they're highly desired. You know, one of the things that came up during the break, one of the caller called in, and it was the question, golden. Yes. What happens at the end of a reverse mortgage, and that it's probably one of the biggest fear that people have is they think they're going to lose their house to. I don't know what the government or the Bank of something. No. Absolutely not. This is your home. You're on the title to the home the equity in the home. Always goes to, to you, your family, your heirs. So that's one of the biggest misgivings. And one of the most misunderstood pieces of the reverse mortgage to what would you like to come in on that more retrieve over you don't? It is curious to me as to why things reverse mortgages, any different than a mortgage. When you have a regular mortgage. What happens when you own money to the? Banker the banker is going to say you can sell the house PS what yours. And then he can keep the rest. I mean so why would that be any different in reverse mortgages, not? So, so many take a look at that. It was it was mortgage issues. Let me just go ahead and hit something that, you know, that kind of misses the Mark sometimes who is that a risk mortgage really good for. And when I'm looking at this stuff as an elder law, really, what I'm looking at people's hopes is most people are going to say, I want to be able to live my life in my own home as long as possible. And if at all possible all the way to the end that means a you need to go ahead and have the financial muscle to be able to deal with the days when you're no longer independent instead of going to a place of care, you can have the place of coming to you editor versus mortgage is appropriate when you have looked at every aspect of that housing life and made sure that no matter what from this moment, on I have all my friends put together I will not have to move again. You fit that Mark, you would be nuts. Not look at verse mortgage. Even if you have a house, that is fully beat for you'd be crazy not establish some sort of a line of credit that continues to keep rolling up that. That converts equity into cash. So this Sony good ways, you can go by doing this that, you know, it does it is with looking into.

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News in Brief 7 June 2019

UN News

04:37 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 7 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations sick migrants and refugees suffering from tuburculosis of being left effectively to die in a Libyan detention center. South of Tripoli, the UN human rights office, OH Chr said on Friday, twenty two people are believed to have died at the Zinta facility of TB and other illnesses since last September spokesperson at Rupert Colville said to Berkeley's his need not be a killer disease. But in these circumstances, clear is, is killing people, and there's a must be a risk to more die. And as I said, does this other report with other people have been sent to a different place near the front line effectively today that, because they're Christians and the barrow facilities nears in town, Mr. Colville, also expressed concern? Advert ports that migrants picked up in the Mediterranean, Sea, and returned to shore by the coast guard have been disappeared, or sold to traffickers of more than two hundred. People delivered to the Alcom's detention facility on the twenty third of may only thirty migrants are still present. He said, highlighting reports that some women have been sold for sexual exploitation. The latest in a long list of horrific abuses, to which migrants and refugees are subjected in the troubled north African state today, some three thousand four hundred migrants and refugees are detained in Tripoli, according to h HR and staying with the UN human rights office. It has urged Australia to uphold press freedom after a decision there to investigate the country's national broadcaster for reports it ran on alleged unlawful killings involving troops in Afghanistan. His spokesperson rippled Colville, again, talking to journalists in Geneva thir-, freedom of the meteors, you'll know to very well is essential to the protection of human rights violations, often come to light solely because of the work of investigative journalists who play a crucial role in fostering transparency and holding governments and other national. Thirties accountable for their actions and Australia. Like any other state must abide by international human rights over Gatien's, including by ensuring that is national legislation is in line with international law, citing the UN human rights committee, Mr. Colville noted, it's comment that the police probe was incompatible with international human rights law to vote national security laws to suppress withhold from the public information of legitimate public interest. That does not harm national security s strikes, artillery, shelling and barrel. Bonds are responsible for near daily attacks on civilians, hospitals and schools in northwest Syria. You n humanitarian said, on Friday amid deadly violence in opposition held Italy, province, where a government, led military operation escalated in late, April the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer said that the hostilities had left at least at one hundred and sixty civilians confirmed dead and hundreds more injured. Since the twenty eighth of April. There have been twenty five confirmed attacks on healthcare facilities in the north west including on one. Ambulance, spokesperson Jens, locker told journalists in Geneva, we are seeing a military escalation, absolutely no doubt about that now after eight years of war in Syria. I think every time that we kind of reached the limit of the language that we have we speak about disasters catastrophes. This is the end. These meltdown humanities are recall, many of these words have been used here. We see something even worse, some three million people in lib need protection, according to officer which has warned that education is also under attack with thirty six reports of schools being hit in the north west by the end of last month. And finally, eleven UN appointed rights experts have called for an independent probe into what they say is a staggering number of unlawful deaths and police killings in the Philippines linked to the authorities. Self declared war on drugs. They're in their appeal to the UN Human Rights Council to carry out the investigation. The experts expressed concern over alleged killings of rights activists noting that very few independent and effective inquiries have taken place independent media and journalists have also been threatened. They claim while the law has been weaponized to undermine press and judicial freedom. The Human Rights Council is made up of forty-seven UN Member States elected by the UN general assembly its next session begins on the twenty fourth of June in Geneva. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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News in Brief 10 May 2019

UN News

03:45 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 10 May 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations a record forty one million people remain displaced worldwide because of conflict or natural disasters after an increase of more than a million individuals in a single year, the finding by UN partner, the Norwegian Refugee Council or an RC points to ongoing clashes in Syria along with often under reported tensions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC if the opium and Cameroon here's an RC head yon Egland speaking in Geneva. Let me give the example of Cameroon. I was just there in south west of the country, the southern and western anglophone parts of Cameroon there is armed conflict. Nobody's talking about. Nobody's engaging to end. There is no mediation. There is no humanitarian program commensurate to the scale of the suffering, but there are hundreds of torch villages, and there is now between four and five. Five hundred thousand people displaced in the anglophone part of Cameroon apart from conflict, extreme weather events are natural disasters. Also, responsible for people fleeing their homes, some of the worst storms and tropical cyclones were in China, India, and the Philippines, and our seas internal displacement monitoring centre said with ten million people displaced in those three countries alone in many countries conflict and natural disasters combined to create mass population shifts, not least in Afghanistan where drought has triggered more displacement than armed conflict. Similarly, these security crisis in northeast Nigeria has been aggravated by flooding. That's affected eighty percent of the country. And I'll see maintains to Myanmar now where the UN human rights office h HR set on Friday that these state military known as the tatmadaw may be responsible for opening fire on hundreds of men and boys in Rakhine state killing six of them. According to spokesperson, Rupert Colville, the victims are believed to have been detained following attacks. By an armed group. The. Erica army onto tatmadaw army bases in April the latest esscalation in a long running conflict. According to the tap door. Soldiers opened fire when the group tried to seize that gums, but other sources dispute this account and give a different version. They say the door opened fire indiscriminately after one of the detainees tried to escape since the second of may most of the boys and men have been released in groups, Mr. Colville said, however up to fifty remain incommunicado detention without access to lawyers doctors or any other form of protection they are reliant on family members for food, according to the UN human rights office, which says it is also concerned over an announcement. That the episode will only be investigated by the military and finally nearly nine hundred youngsters have been released by a pro government armed group in northeast Nigeria. The development of Friday has been welcomed by you and children's fund UNICEF which warned that those freed will need long-term help if there to lead a normal life. His UNICEF spokesperson crystal billion rack. The children and young people released today would benefit from reintegration programs to help them return to civilian life and sees new opportunities for their own development without the support many of the children released from armed groups struggle to fit into civilian life. As most are not indicated and have no vocational skills of the eight hundred ninety four children released in mighty Gurry. One hundred six girls they were recruited by these civilian joint task force or CGT f which committed to ending the practice last September under a UN led action plan since that deal was signed more than seventeen hundred children and young people have been released. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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News in Brief 22 February 2019

UN News

04:07 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 22 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Fifteen death row inmates have been executed in Egypt. So far this month despite claims from many that they were tortured to secure a confession, the UN human rights office Chr said on Friday, according to HR nine people were executed on Wednesday and six others were subjected to the death penalty earlier in the month, the sentences were handed down after the killing of Egypt's top prosecutor, he sham Barakat as well as general nebula Farage and the son of a judge his spokesperson repaired Colville. We're all killings which the death penalty is permissible under international law. Although we. I see no common position in the UN is to advocate the abolition of the death penalty. But the issue here is fat trial USA, torture, forced confessions. And so on a number of other individuals on death row and at imminent risk of execution after being convicted despite similar torture allegations, Mr. cultural said in an appeal to the authorities to hold all executions, he insisted that where capital punishment was still permitted trials. Must meet the highest standards of fairness and do process to prevent miscarriages of Justice almost seven million people in south Sudan could face acute food insecurity at the height of the lean season from may to July three UN agencies have warned in an appeal for scaled up humanitarian assistance and better access in the country, the food and Agriculture Organization, the UN children's fund and the World Food Program say that the number of people who are acutely food insecure has already increased by thirteen percent since January last year harvests are worse than last year owing to give. Conflict displacement and economic crisis and needs a greatest in greater Upper Nile by el-ghazal and Equatoria, according to the latest food security data thirty thousand people are already in a preformance situation without help this number could rise to more than a quarter of a million the food and Agriculture Organization has warned his World Food Programme spokesperson have you ever who saw this year? W P plan to procure and distribute tweet and ten thousand metric tons of food in sorts of them. Then in the two thousand nineteen of this. We plan to pay position one hundred seventy five thousand tonnes in more than sixty hours before the onset of the winds pre-positioning food by word will cut the cost for W P for as much as one hundred million because it will save us money from not having to carry oh, aired hops as air pops are very expensive. And finally preparations are being. Finalized that the UN for a four point two billion dollar pale to scale up help to millions of people in Yemen, where he is of we'll have created the world's worst humanitarian emergency next Tuesday's appeal in Geneva coincides with an improved security situation in and around the key Red Sea port of data linked to to the UN led stock agreement which was signed last December. But the situation remains horrific for people everywhere in the war-torn country. According to Jens locker spokesperson from the UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs Archer. It has really been horrific year for millions and millions of people in Yemen who are literally balancing on the edge of starvation and indeed famine, and they need massive amounts of other kinds of aid in health sector, water and sanitation education for their children, and so on and so forth. So really at a crossroads as we hear. They're certainly movement on the political front we need to address. Courses, find a political solution. But meanwhile, while all this happens people are suffering, and we have reached a scale that we have not seen in living memory last year humanitarian programs were scaled up to reach eight million people with direct assistance per month up from three point five million in two thousand seventeen this year's plan aims to reach up to nine hundred million. Daniel Johnson U N news.

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"colville" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on Science for the People

"Annual load a provided by an intermittent renewable whether wind or or solar so people could put panels on their homes or they could the community could heavily little micro renewable farmed say solar farm. So the only exception to this currently in what may become the model. The interesting to see what happens would be. Oh, the lake so Colville lake is a very small community. It some above the Arctic circle. But it's still within the tree line. And they're better one hundred fifty population there generators had long since passed their life, and so the par corporation decided to invest significant dollars, and they put in a hundred and twenty kilowatts of solar over two years invested in of lithium ion batteries, and sink them in with current technology generators. So they basically are running that community off the batteries with solar filling charging the batteries. And when the solar cannot fully charged batteries than the generators kick in. So that's a really interesting application and appears to be going. Very very well. Yeah. So how well do photovoltaics work up north? You'll have access in the summer and not enough in the winter. Just just going gonna backtrack to the previous question than if we could please. Yeah. Part of the challenge that I think the northwest. Territories is the canary in the coal mine on with renewables is that often trying to integrate new technologies with owed technologies? And so the old technology is just think diesel engine that keeps just chucking away at whatever speed. And it's there when you need it. But it's kind of smelly noisy and people don't really like them. And then along comes this new star, fangled technology. That's quiet in just sits there in a dozen business and the new technology in the old technology. Don't like each other a lot, and I sort of the floss Affi runs down to the mechanics. I think in this case. And the the amount of money that's been spent on the sole technologies of people have this idea that we after we are all the money that we spent on these things will run them until their debt. And and so there's this philosophical debate around in a hutch solar can bring into a system without disrupting our old technology as opposed to saying how much solar can we max out on? And let's not worry about this old technology because it's on its last legs. Anyway. And those kind of debates I think sort of are happening in boardrooms not only in the northwest. Territories. I think they're happening across the United States where you have strong competition for renewables that want to get onto the grid and existing systems. Additional old-fashioned smelly messy looting systems that refused to die. And we face that challenge up here in buttons because we have thirty three micro grids. This is the perfect place with his ambi- apocalypse because. Other communities. We can go to if worse comes to worse in each one has its own power generating system, but philosophically what's happening with the disaggregation of knowledge information into smaller and smaller units is that the north again is is a precursor to what you'll see in other jurisdictions where you won't have centralized power production till have distributed power generation in the north. It's just by virtue are geography and having spread entities, but it's forseeable in large urban centers where you have many many micro producers who are selling their electrons into the electric grid and getting paid for it and doing quite well by thank you. So while the north is sort of far and remote and seems to I think too many people were bit fact words, perhaps the challenges were facing both on the climate front in term. Of the heating happening ears. Learn faster challenges we're facing incorporating technologies with old technology is is going to happen down south as well. And the lessons we're learning here. I think will be will will pay well for folks down south as they begin to adapt to new reality. Yeah. That's a very good point. We when we have an interconnected power system..

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"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bruin. And it's gonna dump it's going to dump a lot of snow up in the local mountains, and it's going to be very very cold the coldest month, according to John Colville. I believe John, right? John doesn't lie. John doesn't temp lie. Right. Temperature live. And he says the. We have the coldest winter in the history of of Burbank. Coldest winter the history a burning burn law goes back a long long as time, man. Burbank is not a new city and not a new town. It's been around for more than one hundred fifty years, and we've just had the coldest winter ever called this winter ever. Right. The coldest January. I believe right or February February's not over. So I don't know maybe global warming and the and the drought was eliminated all in one month. Is that possible? Maybe who knows all right now. The snowfall. If you're listening to KFI, even if you're not who cares. But you're getting a tremendous amount of rain in the mission viejo area. It just came through mission viejo, and it's on its way up to lake Elsinore. This storm is is pretty much moving from east. I'm sorry from west to east with a bit of a southerly flow to it. So Huntington beach just got drenched. So to Cosa make Costa Mesa Irvine. It's working its way through mission viejo onto off the what is it the ninety four it'll be in the lake Elsinore soon. So if you live in lake Elsinore, you're you're going to get the cell to cell that's coming through there. The big story though is going to be the snow levels. And we're also probably going to have another closure on the grapevine. That's probably going to happen. So if you're going to San Francisco or anywhere up northern California, Oregon. In Washington, and you're going in the next couple of days. I keep your eye on the five because they do have a tendency closed that down. I don't I don't see how the five over the grapevine makes it through tomorrow morning without being closed. I think you're right..

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News in Brief 15 February 2019

UN News

03:48 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 15 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The biggest you and humanitarian convoy yet to operate inside. Syria has successfully distributed aid to forty thousand desperate people in a hard to access desert camp near the country's southern border with Jordan the organization announced on Friday Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or highlighted that. Thursday's delivery to rook ban was only the second time the UN has been able to reach the remote site from within Syria complex, large scale aid, operation. It's the biggest ever carried out by the United Nations in Syria. The mission lasted nine days it consisted of one hundred thirty three trucks in total one hundred eighty of them were loaded with relief supplies and fifteen carried logistics support. There were more than three hundred staff volunteers and commercial suppliers that took part it took more than two months of advocacy and negotiations with all parties to ensure safe access to the roof. Site rook ban is around three hundred kilometers from the capital, Damascus and one of the last remaining remote and challenging locations to reach inside Syria. According to you and agencies supply routes are often blocks and the majority of people at the site are women and children some of whom walk barefoot around the camp despite the freezing conditions as surgeon sexual violence in south Sudan's unity state, targeting victims as young as eight years old has underlined the need for government measures to protect them, the UN human rights office OH Chr said on Friday, despite the signing of a peace deal between the warring sides last autumn U N investigators found that at least at one hundred seventy five women and girls have been raped or suffered other sexual and physical violence between September and December two thousand eighteen the actual level of violence is likely to be considerably higher which Chr spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists in Geneva. He cited the testimony of victim one of many to be raped while fetching firewood, food or water. She said. We women do not have a choice. There's no Turner tit for us. If we go by the main road, we're raped if we go by the Bush, we have raped I was raped among others in the same area repeatedly on three different occasions. We avoided the road because we'd went horrible stories that women and girls grab while passing through a raped the same happen to us. There's no escape. We're all right. According to a joint report by h Chr and the UN mission in south Sudan on miss attacks against women have decreased significantly since the peace accord was signed on the twelfth of September. Nonetheless, warns that such incidents are endemic northern unity state on the border with Sudan, creating a sense among communities that it is normal to be a victim of sexual violence. The surging conflict related sexual violence is attributed to many factors, including the breakdown in the rule of law linked to the destruction of livelihoods forced displacement and food insecurity after years of civil war. But one of the main reasons is the. Large number of fighters in the area who have yet to be reintegrated into the national army. According to the peace deal and finally the arrest of the head of a prominent independent news outlet in the Philippines is concerning and such cases should be dismissed by the country's judiciary. The UN human rights office or HR has said Mario racer critic of president Rodrigo Detaille and his administration has been charged with libel. Although she's been released on bail. In a statement UN spokesperson Rupert Colville called for an independent review of all charges against MS Raza, and other media professionals in the Philippines, and he charges that appear to be aimed at preventing journalists from undertaking. Their profession should be dropped immediately. Mr. Colville added in the interest of the public's right to information. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:41 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI AM, six forty John Colville. I can't believe it. All right. Yesterday late in the show. It's a hoot. It's a Twitter war. We'll start with what Gavin Newsom said we're back to the Brown dog, the California high speed rail the worst public financed project probably in the history of the state, which is not over. But the one thing I learned if the reading all the articles that have followed what Newsome had to say that I thought was good because one of the the people that are backing the high speed rail idea she said well with Brown gone. We do need to champion to step up. Brown was our champion. I'm thinking. All right. At least it was worth that. The current governor is not going to be your champion for high speed rail. None of what he said the other day about still no ain't endorsing the concept. He's not going to be the one. That's childlike dopey Bramlett. I mean, stealing the climate change money our gas tax money get outta here. Matter of fact, hoping on does that you see how you would think he would Newsom should undo that stopped taking the gas tax money. And I'm not talking about the gas tax. We tried to beat with propsects. I'm talking about the climate change legislation from a couple of years ago. We your gas prices. Is going to go up by was it seventy something sense in the game. Yeah. That money. He should stay. No more is going to to the ice rail. Matter of fact, he should follow through with that. Because if he's saying we're just going to build this. But they're going to need it. They're not gonna be able to build this one segment without that money. They don't have enough. No, they don't have enough. So they're going to need the money. They borrowed from the proposition. They're going to need the federal money that Trump wants to take back, and they're going to need the greenhouse gas money that Brown rigged with that extra gas tax. They need all three sources to to have a chance, right? And they're likely gonna fall short anyway. Because all this stuff is not only way over budget in the moment. It's going to continue to go way over budget. It's an extremely badly conceived idea somebody summed it up really, well, we get to that in a few minutes, but it is so badly conceived and so badly executed that there's no way out here. And I think. I think if you're if you're an adult I mean, a lot of these activists, especially these environmental activists there like silly little children and they're looking for a daddy. And daddy said we can't go on vacation this year. But he says we're really really going to go next year. We promised we're going to go next year. It's like kid dad's cheating on mom. Okay. They're going to be divorced in six months. There's no vacation next year. You're going to be living in an apartment. That's what these people sound like just little kids looking for approval that did this daddy really like my idea. Look at this idea. I have daddy is for high speed rail. It's dead. It's dead. And I didn't think were said to Bakersfield will be built because it's too ludicrous. It's too stupid. And the only defense Newsom has. And he says unless you shut the agency, Dan, they're gonna keep spending money something we'll go up there. But it's not gonna be anything usable or well. First of all, there's no money to operate it. And this is where we're living in a normal media world that would be a headline. Where's the money to operate? This thing. There's gonna be no customers they weren't gonna have customers many customers for LA to San Francisco. You're going to have zero customers Bakersfield said so three and a half billion dollars came from Obama. We're going to play you first the clip from his state of the state speech were Gavin Newsom, basically says that's another reason we're gonna do that segment because we don't. Want to give the money back to Trump? Let's listen, abandoning the high speed rail entirely means we will have wasted billions and billions of dollars with nothing but broken promises partially Bill commitments and lawsuits to show for it. And with all due respect, I have no interest in sending back three and a half billion dollars of federal funding that was allocated to this project to President Donald Trump that that fundamentally would have to happen. And we just walked away. So meanwhile, last night Trump tweeted out California's been forced to cancel the massive bullet train project after having spent and wasted many billions of dollars. They owe the federal government three and a half billion dollars. We want that money back. Now whole project is a in quotes green disaster. And he's right. It is it's a green fraud a green hopes and a green disaster. What was on the ballot? Was we were gonna get for thirty three billion San Francisco. The Los Angeles San Francisco to Sacramento, that's what the proposition promise and San Francisco, two hours and forty minutes that was the whole point of high speed rail it now it's supposed to be over four hours, which means nobody's gonna take it because you can get you go on a plane in fifty five minutes, and you're still going to get there quicker, even if you account for going through security. Yeah. Every every day after excuses. Well, if you add it all up, you've got gotta drive to the airport. You have to go through security and baggage. And then you you come. Out of the airport. You gotta go pick up. Your baggage. Hold on. You're driving to a train station to you're driving out of the train station. All right. You're waiting for the train. You're going to be standing there a half hour beforehand and all we need is one terrorist attack. And you're going to have the same TSA security lines for the trains as well. So just just stop it. There's no there's no it's gonna take far longer to take a train, then a point. So there's a federal audit coming in that audit may decide that they want the money back, especially since it's coming from the Trump administration. So new some tweeted out last night fake news. We're building high-speed rail connecting the central valley and beyond beyond. This is California's money allocated by congress for this project. We're not giving it back. Well, yes, if you breach the terms of the money, they can take back. That's the purpose of the audit. The train is leaving the station better get on board. And then in parentheses always a real wit to also desperately searching for some wall money question. More. Question. Mark question, Mark. That's a real funny joke in San Francisco, what you said the wall, there's a much better public investment than this dopey high-speed rail ever was by a billion miles. And it's the terms of the useful. You have you have to walk on the wall, you'd probably get someplace faster than high speed rail. You have you have to build according to the terms of the agreement, and if you don't the money gets recalled, and there's a there's a deadline you have to spend money. That's right. You have to get it done at a certain time. They'd have to spend an enormous amount per day to keep up with the deadline. Yes, they have to spend an amount of money per day. That has never been spent in the history of public works projects. Running is impossible to spend that much money. Right. Even for idiot idiot, California government officials they can't spend the money that fast. So there's going to be all kinds of. There's going to be all kinds of. What's points of action, right? When Trump's administration wants the money back. They're going to list ABCD ES and say here are six violations of the agreement and all six violations trigger us getting the money back. It's. Newsom is just talking tough to Trump because people in San Francisco, get wetting their pants whenever somebody insults. Trump. But. The audience not Trump. It's the agreement that was signed by the federal government as a whole under Obama and the high speed rail commission and the state of California there's a specific agreement there. What Newsome is proposing likely violates major provisions that agreement not to mention that the whole high speed rail is filled with corruption and incompetence. And we went there was there was a state audit. That said this thing is a disaster. There's a federal audit going on. Now, it's going to come to the same conclusion that it's a disaster that's going to trigger. What they call the callback provision where the Trump administration could legally demand the three and a half billion back at Newson doesn't pay it'll go to court and the court will say you must pay back. I know we're going to court and that'll be another two years. But right when we come back, I said there was crossover, and it is high speed rail crossing over into something else. We talk about many times on the John and Ken show. We'll talk about that. Plus the times did like an autopsy bullet train went from peak. California innovation to the project from hell is a couple of good nuggets in here worth discussing coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark has been in California could.

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News in Brief 29 January 2019

UN News

04:19 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 29 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations tens of millions of children living through conflict disaster and other emergencies in dozens of countries urgently need protection you and children's fund UNICEF said on Tuesday in an appeal for three point nine billion dollars to support humanitarian work around the world speaking in Geneva. The agency's director of emergency operations manual Fontane warned that the long held notion that children should be protected above all others is being undermined. There's never been as much conflict in the world in the best thirty years as this year. So he does of your stupid, ticker threat. It is the behavior of parties to conflict that actually creates this kind of situation. Should they give us more access? Should they give us more ways to protect children and should themselves? Respect the sanctity of the protection of children things would actually go better fifty nine countries will benefit from unisex humanitarian action for children two thousand nineteen. Pale as the agency pursues its goal of providing forty one million children with safe water food education health, and protection Syria is still the number one concern with two point five million of the country's youth living as refugees in Egypt. Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. This is followed by Yemen. When ily four hundred thousand children will suffer from life threatening severe acute malnutrition in two thousand nineteen UNICEF warned the condition is three times worse in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Where at least one point four million youngsters will require lifesaving treatment this year. More than eight hundred and fifty people have been detained in Venezuela amid anti-government protests and clashes with security forces that have claimed at least forty lives, the UN human rights office. OH Chr said on Tuesday speaking in Geneva spokesperson, Rupert Colville said that nearly seven hundred people were taken into custody on Wednesday alone. There are at least renar believe six hundred ninety six people detained on that day alone throughout the country. As a whole lawyers are still receiving information, which they're verifying. This is the highest number of detentions recorded in a single days for at least twenty years, according to OH Chr, the detainees included seventy seven children some as young as twelve years old. The development comes amid an ongoing economic crisis in the South American country that has seen at three million people leave and his Wailer in recent years on the twenty third of January one Guido leader of the Venice. Waylon opposition declared himself. Interim president a claim rejected by the incumbent nNcholas Maduro. The United States has imposed unilateral sanctions blocking government access to oil revenues and finally alarming and expanding problems affecting Palestine refugees risk further, destabilizing, the Middle East, the head of unr- the UN relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees in the near east said on Tuesday in an appeal for one point two billion dollars to fund vital services and lifesaving aid for five point four million Palestine refugees in the West Bank Gaza, east Jerusalem, Lebanon and Syria on recognition general Pierre crown bull explained that people's basic needs had worsened considerably since the turn of the century. We provide food assistance to a million people in Gaza, which is half of the population who provides that food assistance every three months that is. A figure the world should be shocked about because in the year two thousand we used to provide food assistance to eighty thousand. So we've moved from eighty thousand people on our food assistance list to a million why because the whole dynamic of the conflict and the blockade has wiped out entire sectors of the Gaza Connie mister Crandall praised the generosity of Member States in supporting the agencies work following the withdrawal of funding by the United States, historically. Its biggest donor by far for decades. Daniel Johnson U N news.

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News in Brief 25 January 2019

UN News

04:15 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 25 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n human rights chief Michelle Basch, let won't on Friday that the situation in Venezuela could spiral out of control amid deadly violence linked to Hoan guidos self appointment as interim president the urine refugee agency UNHCR meanwhile has warned of mounting tension. As five thousand people day continue to leave the country. Many are in done need of protection. Here's at Rupert Colville spokesperson for the High Commissioner for human rights. We have received information from credible. Local sources that at least twenty people have died after allegedly being shocked by security forces or by members of pro-government armed groups during demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday with many others reported injured by bullets buck short and rubber bullets. The High Commissioner is extremely concerned. And I quote that the situation in Venezuela may rapidly spiral out of control with catastophe. Offic consequences in her statement, Misbash insisted that it was vital to prevent a repetition of repression against protesters demonstrating against the government of President Nicolas Maduro who was officially sworn back into office two weeks ago in the last week OH Chr says that some one hundred eighty protests have taken place in some of the poorest areas of the country's capital Caracas. It has also reported they large scale detention of demonstrators including three hundred and twenty people on Wednesday alone to the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Now where deadly Ebola virus infections have increased in recent weeks and spread into a new area. Authorities say according to the DRC's ministry of health. There have been a total of seven hundred fifteen cases of Ebola which causes high fever and bleeding for one hundred and forty three people have died. The overall fatality rate is over sixty percent. New infections have been reported from thirteen health things and have incr-. Priest notably in cat were were health workers have faced community mistrust. The virus has also extended southwards to Qena which is described by the authorities as a high security risk area despite some public hostility hampering the fight the World Health Organization or WHO maintains that the disease is being pushed back in a hot spots where armed groups have hampered the work of health workers his spokesperson for della Shadab, if there is an increase in cases in these two health zones. There is a decline in cases and students in Beni which was the former epicenter. This is a strong positive and cater of how effective the response can be despite multiple challenges in Malawi, the UN human rights office. OH Chr has spoken of its alarm at increasing horrific violence. They're linked to upcoming elections. Victims of violent attacks have included politicians, male and female party activists and persons with Alba. Unisom in one recent incident in the north of the country. A fifty five year old man with album was repeated these stopped in front of his child therefore his arms were amputated by his attackers UN spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists Geneva that member of parliament Bonk Lindow was also set upon after being arrested for insulting the president following his release on bail on the sixteenth of January. Mr. Kalinda was violently assaulted allegedly by members of the governing democratic progress party youth wing who will commonly referred to as cadets on the premises. So the district Commissioner in the southern Talamo lingerie, and he required hospital treatment then again last Sunday twentieth of January Edward Govardhan by who was a supporter of another opposition party Malawi. Congress was savagely attacked in Blantyre also reportedly by DP cadets, he was extremely badly beaten and also required hospital treatment, Mr. caveat. He had. Previously been threatened because of his political activities. Mr. Colville noted that women candidates are faced threats harassment and intimidation ahead of national elections in may Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"colville" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"colville" Discussed on AP News

"White one one percent of every purchase police say a man who thought his wife damaged his action figures retaliated by taking an axe to the families car television, and laptop in the house, Madison. Wisconsin police chief Mike Colville says the man called police just after ten Sunday night and told them that he had too much to drink and might have overreacted about his action figures. Police say the man struck the car's windshield so hard the X got stuck police didn't release the man's name. He was arrested and faces charges of disorderly conduct and felony damage to property police say he caused more than five thousand dollars in damages Chinese investigators appear to have confirmed a scientists claim that he helped make the world's first gene, edited babies, and that a second pregnancy is underway, and they say he could face consequences. China's official news agency said Monday that investigators determined that scientists Hodge inquiry. Evaded supervision of his work and violated research norms because he wanted to be famous the reports that he acted alone, and he will be punished for any violations of the law. Although it didn't say which regulations he may have broken gene quake claimed in November that he altered the DNA of twin girls at conception to try to help them resist infection with the aids virus, his work has been widely criticised unethical because of questions about whether the participants truly understood the risks. It's also considered medically dangerous because of possible harm to other genes, and the DNA changes can be passed to future generations. Toyota and Panasonic are setting up a joint venture to research manufacturer and sell batteries for ecological autos, the sectors grown increasingly lucrative amid concerns about global warming. In a joint statement, the two Japanese companies that Toyota will take a fifty one percent stake in the joint venture and Panasonic. Forty nine percent. It's expected to be running by the end of twenty twenty and will employ thirty five hundred workers from both companies Panasonic will transfer equipment assets and workers from its plants in Japan and China to the joint venture. AP radio news. I'm ed. Donahue majority leader Mitch McConnell is getting the Senate ready.

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