19 Burst results for "Dan Damon"
"dan damon" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I'm gonna go with great rock and roll. Great final answer. I don't answer. It's Carole King's home again. He's absolutely correct. I don't like this guy. Wow. Nailed it. Working for you Got the lightning prize pack, my man. Hang on one second. Congrats. I'm upset. Enjoying it? No shirt. Wow. Yeah. Your prize pack also does not include a new car is not include a vacation or concert tickets out of those. I feel bad, Michael, you you've been on the run, though. You've been on a run of beating people down like I can't do so. I mean, well, It's not like I have good luck overall, general. You don't look so like the game is my thing. I understand that. I understand. I'll get my dry heard 77 5791 95. We could still give away one of the movies right? The bar card star that actually is going to be Barbara Starr go to Vista del Mar, not starring Kristen Bell. To go alive alone. Who are you? Not starring Marlon Wayans. Or was it Marlon and not? Damn it was Dan Damon Wayans is the White way his brother. Hey, what's up? I'm down. David wins. I'm sorry. What was your name? Maggie. Hey, Mikey, you want to play today's game? I'd love to. Why not? Here's your clip. Is this rock n roll? Great. Or men and primate here, Ugo. Oh, A man and primate. That is correct. That's Tarzan Jungle man. You'll all you'll be in my heart. That was the song I told you about. When the When the mama gorilla picks up the little human dating things to it very touching it sound. I can't sing that song. I loud, very touch. It will hit you to the core, especially, I mean I'm not trying to, you know, pride back any wounds or anything but as kind of in your situation. What's my situation? I don't want to get into it. I'm sorry. I said anything. What's my situation? Son about to fly the coop. Not in my hands anymore. Let me let my baby bird go from my hands. Let my baby girl out of the gorilla nest. I mean, I mean, yes, In a way, I just feel that it would pull at your heartstrings a little bit more. Um You know, for one so small You seem so strong. My arms will hold you keep you safe and warm. The bond between us cannot be broken. Oh, God, I will be here. Don't you cry Because you'll be in my heart, okay? From this day on now and forever more. Okay, I'm telling you, you know, Okay. Just sorry. Phil can touch you. It feels touching. Yeah, I'm sorry. I never touch me. Sorry to have to do that. You did it. Sir, Here's your second clip. Yeah. We're gonna go with rock and roll. Great. No, I'm sorry. That's ah, Tarzan, the jungle man trashing the camp. That's a that is a jam. Trashing the camp. Yeah. Can we just listen to a second of it? All right. So I have a two over here If you want to. Just go ahead, please. What is what happens here? It was like I I take it. This is Phil Collins and in sync JT JT is on the track. Justin Timber. Yeah, and it's just like a doo wop style. Scat jam. I guess you could call it well. Okay, Bones, those exact set up like that. Damn it is that you feel that? Have it out, Dammit! Dammit! Outside anything, you feel it. It's alright. Summing up to the O. J T ball set up..
"dan damon" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Dan damon knight used to do this. There was a book that i think john campbell had retitled the ricky and terror that originally had a title like you know A happy story about space or something and and every time someone would britain damon a copy of the book he would he would open it to the saddle page and cross out campbell's title and right in his own would you talked about the In this particular case having an editor as you were before it went to the editor you had an editor once. It gets to the publication level with the publisher's editor. What kind of feedback do you typically get. So might my patrick. Who i've known since i was seventeen. He is He tends to be pretty macro. He usually will have one or two things where he's like. This thing really needs fix but mostly he. You know the way that he approaches that i think is that science fiction is a story in which you have a kind of micro and macrocosm microcosm is the character in the macrocosm is the world. They need to be parallel to one another. They need to have. They need to be sort of as above so below powers of ten kind of relationship to one another and if the character the characters like a little cog wheel that spins around and around interfacing with very big wheel that is the world and the character spins and spins and spins and tell. The world makes a full revolution. And you see it in the round and a lot of the times when the books falter. It's because they at the teeth aren't meshing because there's some way in which the world and the character are not matched for each other so a lot of the times. His suggestions will be sort of thematic. You'll be like if you do this with the character or and or this the world you'll get much better mesh. Does he work with like an editorial letter that you get or is it a conversation. Oftentimes this conversation but We we notionally well. I mean what actually usually happens. S he says. I will get you in a letter and time will go by. And he'll go like actually. Let's just talk on the phone. That's what i'm used to sheila. Gobert ause my editor and it's always phone conversations so when people talk about getting these massive editorial letters. I've never actually had one of those. So i was wondering what they're like well. Juliet juliet gave me a proper editorial letter. But that was a that was a separate process. Now i also wanted to mention. You're doing something interesting with a kickstarter for the audiobook version of this. So that has funded. It'll be over so you. Can't you know people hearing this can't contribute. But tell me about that and how that came about and why you did it..
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Know the Corona virus pandemic has created high levels of unemployment while turning some low paid workers in healthcare and logistics. Into heroes, but it's probable that a lot of those lost jobs will never come back. Travel and hospitality businesses, for example, have been forced to close. At the same time, automation on machine learning are replacing humans in a lot of routine on administrative jobs. Is this a looming disaster for the global economy with growing inequality and social unrest, or is it an opportunity for a reset in the way on global economy is structured. With a fair A link between work and wealth will hear from economists have some answers to what happens, Toa unemployment and job creation after Cove. It 19. That's the real story coming up after the news. Hello. I'm Debbie rests with the baby seen use a political battle has begun in the United States over the replacement of the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Beta Ginsberg, hours after she died at the age of 87. President Trump is expected to name his choice quickly to try to expand the court slender conservative majority before November's election. No MIA EPA reports Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a powerful figurehead for liberals in the US Justice. Ginsburg's full legacy, however, may only be defined by whoever replaces her, which is likely to be a conservative judge that would tip the court ideologically more to the right altering American society for a generation to come. Republicans say they will fill her seat but have been accused of hypocrisy. After denying President Obama the chance to pick a justice in 2016. They say it's a different time now because Republicans control the Senate, it's there, where a judge is confirmed to the bench for life. China has announced it will sanction foreign firms and individuals deemed to have harmed the country's interests. His Michael Beijing has launched an unreliable entities list which targets foreign firms thought to be in danger in China's sovereignty, security or development. It allows Beijing to find companies and individuals or banned them from trading and invested in China. Although no names have yet being put on the list, the mechanism is being seen as a way to retaliate against the United States. Increasingly uses similar sanctions to target Chinese firms and individuals. The Chinese announcement comes just a day after Washington said it would begin but in the Chinese at TIC Tac, and we chat On national security grounds. French officials say they have arrested a former member of the army from the Central African Republic for war crimes and crimes against humanity. Herrick Down Boy, Bacala is also accused of acts of torture committed between 2007 and 2014 when he was head of the presidential Guard before leading a group of militias in the country's civil war. Peruvian President Martine Vizcarra has survived an attempt to impeach him. Members of Congress in Lima voted by a clear margin against removing Mr Vizcarra. He denied misusing public funds and then lying as part of a cover up grant there. It has more details. Mr Vis Kara's opponents needed a two thirds majority in Congress to unseat him. In the event, they fell far short instead of the 87 votes required. They gain just 32. Reacting To the result, the president said he'd worked for what mattered most of Peruvians tackling the pandemic, reviving the economy and fighting corruption. Peru has been particularly badly hit by the Corona virus with among the highest rates of infection and death in the world. Despite that opinion polls suggest he retains considerable public support. You're listening to the latest world News from the BBC. The United States has strengthened its military presence in northeastern Syria. Following tensions with Russian forces, their U. S officials say they have deployed more armored vehicles and dozens of additional troops. American support their Kurdish militia allies in the region. While the Russians back Syrian government troops there's recently been friction between us on Russian patrols. Reports from the United States say there has been a mass shooting in the city of Rochester in New York state, the local police chief, Mark Simmons, said officers were called to what he described as a chaotic scene. Officers observed approximately 100 people running from to and from the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, which is a very chaotic scene we can see and observe multiple victims. Gunshot wounds at that time. In fact, in total, we have 16 confirmed victims of shooting and I'm sad to announce that too. Of those 16 received a fatal investigators in India have arrested nine men accused of having links to Al Qaeda and of planning multiple terror attacks, including on the capital Delhi. All nine men come from West Bengal, although three were arrested in the southern state of Kerala, where they were migrant workers. The authorities say the men were radicalized on social media and in the process. Acquiring weapons with plans to target a naval base and shipyard as well. A sites in Delhi Mama's in the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana have staged further protests against changes to the way they sell what they grow. A series of agricultural reform bills passed India's lower house of parliament on Thursday, but the reforms face uncertainty when they presented on Sunday to the upper house. Those who support the reforms say they'll give farmers more choice, freeing them to sell directly to bias. As the latest BBC news. This is the real story from the BBC. I'm Dan Damon Riffa is away. You should be back next week and this week.
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Target a gathering of rebel leaders of the can. Well. Disney has come under pressure to explain his connection to Chinese officials in the making of the action movie Mulan. The officials have accused of being responsible for or covering up atrocities in Xinjiang. Michael Bristowe reports. Moulana film, which we tells the ancient Chinese story of a woman who dresses as a man to join the army is Disney's latest blockbuster costing $200 million. It opened in China on Friday to lukewarm reviews. Outside China is drawn criticism because it was filled with the help of Chinese officials in Xinjiang, where hundreds of thousands of ethnic leaders have been put into re education camps. Members of the U. S. Congress have written to Disney to ask about its links with the Chinese. They called the relationship profoundly disturbing isn't is not yet responded. A Jamaican reggae musician Fredrik Toots Hibbert, who fronted the bandit Toots and the Motels has died. He was 77. It's not known how the singer died, although he was being treated for suspected Corona virus infection in hospital in Kingston. Toots Hibbert began his career as a Scarran, reggae musician in the 19 sixties. Among his barons hit singles were 54 46. That's my number and Monkey Man. The 1969 song Pressure drop was listed in Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest tunes of all time. And that's the BBC news. This is the real story from the BBC. I'm Dan Damon is away this week, and this week the race for a vaccine to save the world from.
"dan damon" Discussed on Table Reads
"Attack. The OWL ship dog-legs around a darkened office building. A missile blows a hole in its facade. Aerial shot on our ship firing two missiles afterward at the pursuing craft interior owl ship that moment. Driebergen exhilerated. Laurie worried checking the rate. Read out Mr Dan Damon High. I don't want to take him out. Just WanNa keep them interested. They're practically honest. That Detroit Shit. I'm so worried. He punches a button on the Dash. It's labeled turbo likes it now? Kicking in turn bow drive for it on house. Third Fan aerial shot on airship the turbo-jets kick in the AL ship. Accelerates tough four hundred miles per hour after the dust? The chimp is is an actually Zeppelin. The integrates into pieces but they were just at a dog fight. Where's he going? He's leaving. He's being interested. Now there's twenty five feet away from the people they were murdering. We can safely assume that they'll just follow us for however long like there pep. Bela pugh just they. They're not in a hurry. They're just GONNA cruise behind us as six miles an hour as we zoom off into the horizon like I need to drag them away from the site and keep interested in their closing in on his day. And he's like well ain't no pussy several. They catching me got there. It's like you're forgetting the reason that you were coming out here. Running away is my middle name. They'll never catch us. The point was to catch exterior Holland. Tunnel night a line of traffic. Enters the tunnel the owl ship swoops suddenly and just clearing the arch enters above them. A moment later the lead ship tries to follow bad move. How how these are basically blimps trying to the obvious? He couldn't go. Four hundred miles per hour is. How is it anywhere near them? It can't be but less maneuverable craft rams into the lip of the arch and explodes. Oh you're the second ship hurdles toward a similar fate but at the last moment retro jets blasting at full force it manages the stop itself it backs up slightly edges up over the tunnel and settles for the Airborne Route Interior Holland. Tunnel a moment later. The OWL ship zooms through the tunnel mere feet above the tops of the cars horns. Honk brakes screech. There's an oversized truck directly in. Its path the OWL ship nudges up slightly and clears the truck by inches throwing off sparks against the roof of the tunnel. Interior Owl ship that moment. The end of the tunnel is coming up fast. Fog Blowers on activate radar shields exterior. He's he's threading fucking tunnel at four hundred miles per hour. That'll get his dick hard. Your margin of error is so low also also I think part of him is like God damn it. I'm going to ram some fucking tunnel. Oh I need to go in reverse not feel like whoever wrote. This just wrote a number. He's at four hundred is pretty bucket bass just GonNa put that day not really know it. Bad for two miles per hour is yeah seems right faster than my car. That actually reminds me I Worked at a film festival years back and we had Patrick Stewart as a guest and he did he did a little talking with the audience and someone asked him some Star Trek question. Of course because fucking nerds and he goes. I've never had much interest in sci-fi and I couldn't even tell you what I was saying most of the time I don't even know what warp speed is. I know you can't do it on the highway. Gene Roddenberry wrote that line for him and he's just been holding onto since then he's like. I'm just going to say this for the next until I die. Engage I've been holding onto this line. Saving it savouring. It's just for the Sarasota film fest. Thespians understand right. That's cool though like I love Patrick Stewart man peace. Who's the greatest I would? I would love to. Just meet him and Milton Everything. But Star Trek and it was like why are you? Ask Them? Pretend you didn't know from Star Trek Star Trek Patrick Stewart from the Green Room. So I actually did that. To William H macy at that same film festival. I was talking to them and all these people kept coming up and like saying how much they loved his latest movie. Whatever and after like the Fifth Person Walked Away. You know saying how great that one movie was. I was like you'll man. You were great in enter the Dragon. Bomb in Phantoms. Yo you're the best cuck in boogie nights that I've ever did. You really kill yourself in that movie. Also how are your kids doing in school by the way That's real topical. Um I don't know where we are. We're in right at the top of the page. The owl ship emerges from the tunnel and not his upward an almost vertical angle spewing dense clouds of billowing fog and its wake a few seconds later the lone remaining seats ship arrives but seeing only fog and no trace of the OWL ship. It pushes forward on a horizontal course and disappears into the darkness beyond for Water Interior. I will ship a moment later night. There in the middle of a cloud bank dream burgers wearing a look of intense satisfaction as Laurie. Nervously checks the radar.
"dan damon" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"States. I sent a tweet to my friend and he's like that dumb. SOB has fallen up his whole life. I never thought up but whatever you think of him like you take. Everybody makes mistakes are. That's fine but in Super Bowl Week I did it and I'm GonNa do it again. Just a couple minutes and I'M GONNA go to my first official mock because now we now now we know what order. Everybody's GonNa pick in barring any trades trades and this one's from Ryan Wilson. I go from PRISCO to surpass. Oh to Wilson and sometimes my Cassisa but Joe Borough is going to be a Bengal. There's there's no there's no part of that that's not going to happen now. Things may have gone a little awkward during Super Bowl. Week Carson Palmer told. CBS radios. Dan Dan Damon Amend Lara. I always want to say Danny Amendola. When I see his name but Damon Amend Alario that he had to leave the bengals because he said I never felt they were committed to winning a super bowl? And by the way Carson's brother Jordan is training borough. But he'll be the number one overall selection outside of something just ridiculous. Chase young would've been banal sort of like Bosa last year. The Ohio State Defensive End Number one overall knowing collar Murray. Okay Chase young or both at now. It's going to be chased young unless they're blown away for trade offer. He's the guy. Hi Jeff Okuda third overall out of Ohio state the corner to the Lions. That's going to be tough for a corner to go third overall. But maybe maybe they'll fall in love with him in the underwear Olympics geriatric wills junior the tackle from Alabama fourth overall to block for Daniel Jones in New York. Five to tag of Aloha made the rounds during radio row insistent that he'd be ready in late. March turley April Justin. Herbert had a great senior ball even if he wasn't fantastic at Oregon this year and Philip rivers has basically played his last game for the chargers. Unofficially he's moved. Everybody says it and so maybe Justin Herbert at six Garrick Brown defensive. It's of tackle from Auburn to Carolina. Defensive Lineman y while McCoy is headed to free agency and Vernon butlers. LERS option didn't get picked up. They have to figure out what they're doing. A quarterback Mekki Beckon Mekki Becton the Lyman from Louisville eighth overall for all to block for Collar Murray six seven three hundred sixty pounds a mountain of a man kind of Trent Brown situation. Pick nine Andrew Thomas another tackle from Georgia to protect foles or MINHSIU. I don't see that one being the woman who knows Pay Ten the team with no logo. The browns tristen wharfs another tackle all out of Iowa so top ten picks how many offensive lineman one two three four. It can happen eleven. Isaiah Simmons Linebacker at Clemson at the jets. Jerry Judy then would fall to the raiders twelve. I would love that CD lamb to the colts and other great receiver. And then there's Jordan love to the bucks at fourteen. I think the raiders would be very tempted to take Jordan love. But there's rumors that they're trying to get Brady. That's an old rumor. Oh by the way. It's just that when Adam schefter says it gets new steam Cristian Roldan cornerback from LSU donkeys at fifteen k.. savion chase on the linebacker from Lsu to Atlanta Xavier mckinney Alabama safety to Dallas Terrell Lewis Edge rusher from Alabama to Miami. They have another picket eighteen. And then Patrick Queen the linebacker at LSU is a little undersize their size. I think but definitely a guy we know. And then rounding out the last ten picks. Justin Madame Week.. Defensive Pencil Linemen Jacksonville CD A CJ Henderson. Cornerback from Florida Philly viscous junior. Why does he wrote a Colorado Buffalo? Hello Henry rugs the third guy who might be the fastest guy. The combine New England gets him at twenty three. I know twenty three first round. Ah Number One. Overall for them at a Bama Jalen Rieger the wider sphere from TCU TO NEW ORLEANS. I don't think they draft receiver come on Jacob E send the quarterback from Washington first round pick to Minnesota very interesting Josh Jones Offensive Lineman From Houston listen to Miami. They have three first round picks richer. Gross Mattis from Penn State the defensive end to Seattle Kenneth Murray Oklahoma Linebacker acker to Baltimore. Trayvon Digs Alabama corner to Tennessee t higgins wide receiver fantastic player out of Clemson into the packers in the last two picks Hunter Bryant tight end from Washington to San Francisco. I don't think they go tight end to tell. Hey the truth. I don't know where that's coming from. And then the final pick. Aj Terrell the corner from Clemson to Kansas City. It's a mock we know where everybody's nobody's picking and now you can get on the horn and start making them. Trades armored tillable. Seen a second.
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The twenty twenties were already there Brian and his guests will explore the twenty tens in movies music social movements and global democracy again that's coming up in that ten minutes the Brian Lehrer show here on WNYC it's thirty seven degrees partly sunny skies skies today a high near forty this is news out from the BBC in London I'm Dan Damon on the BBC world service we've been looking at songs which captured a moment in twenty nineteen and today we go to South Africa a wave of protests in August and September by mainly women taking to the streets to denounce what they called the scorch of femicide on average a woman is killed every three hours in South Africa but when a nineteen year old student at the Evans here university of Cape Town a young man named motor China was raped and murdered by an employee at the local post office activist declared enough was enough for murder has been sentenced to three life terms poems of felonies been speaking to one of only in and his friend cenote lane Norman about their friendship and about the old apartheid struggle song which was sung at the vigils held to commemorate William N. as life mournful prayer meaning what have we done against racial apostate in twenty nineteen the sound of grief at the death of a young woman the nation those within the nineteen year old university of Cape Town student rate and murdered when she went to collect a parcel from the post office it was absolutely surreal the faces on posters and people would shout her name snow to the.
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is WNYC in New York I'm David first with these news headlines severe flooding has hit Indonesia's capital as residents were celebrating the new year killing at least nine people displacing thousands and forcing the closure of a domestic airport tens of thousands of revelers were soaked by torrential rains as they waited for new year's eve fireworks these have arrested a man after a video surfaced showing him apparently trying to have doctor woman on the New York City Subway police say a forty eight year old man has been charged with unlawful imprisonment on suspicion of grabbing a young woman and carrying her off a number six train Sunday in the Bronx a video posted on social media shows the man talking to the victim before he attempts to carry her off the train the victim quickly gets back on in the aftermath of a machete attack in Muncie New York some Jewish community leaders say county officials are ignoring growing antisemitism doubly when my sis going Hogan has more at a recent round table conversation and ram oppo orthodox Jewish leaders brought up a Facebook page that mostly post negative stories and pictures about the area's Hasidic population local officials were said to have shared and commented on the posts Jewish leaders also pointed to an ad from the local G. O. P. that ran last fall that was widely condemned as anti semitic Asher Grossman is the deputy mayor in Spring Valley our elected officials locally after understand that responsibility if they carry and when they turn a blind eye to this rhetoric they are indoor sing it nothing can executive a day it says he is committed to his Jewish constituents he adds that a private firm will provide additional security in the coming weeks it's time for new year's resolutions and the New York Public Library hopes reading is one of yours they are challenging new Yorkers to read for twenty minutes a day all year long now at thirty seven degrees it's going to be partly sunny and breezy today were expecting an afternoon high around forty degrees welcome back to news out of this is Dan Damon Hong Kong police have arrested scores of people taking part in another protest March that turned violent the months from causeway bay to central had been approved tens of thousands of pro democracy protesters took pot pot clashes with police began the March was ended early protesters chanted slogans as they marched.
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Welcome to newshour I'm Dan Damon welcome to the new year and later in our program we'll be looking at new year's resolutions and specifically the desire to reach out to someone from whom we've grown apart I did it a couple of days ago I reached out to a family member that we've become slightly estranged and just called and said look I love you when my family I love you you have to reconnect because you want to be able to look at yourself in the mirror and say I've I've reached out and I've said my peace and if you don't wish to communicate and find but I have tried we'll discuss reconciliation later here on news our first the number of deaths in what's shaping up to be Australia's worst fire season in living memory has risen to nearly twenty and bush fires continue to rage across wide areas of southeast Australia emergency workers are assessing the damage while still battling to rescue those cut off by the flames as they reach remote areas more bodies are found of people trapped in cars or outside the homes they were trying to defend more than a hundred fires are still burning in New South Wales alone the state's rural fire service commission ashamed Fitzsimmons said there is no end in sight for the very difficult conditions that we also have a very real challenge at the moment with a couple of isolated communities well we've got reports of of injuries and burn injuries to members of the public we haven't been out to get access via rides Ole Ole far aircraft it's been sucked in to diners and we simply con access nor can the people in these areas get out well I've been speaking to our correspondent Phil Mercer who's in Sydney Phil told me about the military operation that's now underway but in many ways this feels like a country on a war footing the military is being deployed there was a request from the state governments in Victoria for the Australian millet trade to be involved in a few hours ago we store and navy supply ship leave it space here in Sydney to sail down the coast to those affected areas in the southern parts of New South Wales and also off the coastline of Victoria as well these fires have been devastating and deadly more bodies have been discovered send the authorities really need that extra help that extra heft the the minute treat will bring not simply that navy ship but also army helicopters being deployed as well what can you tell us about those who was stranded actually on the beach in the town of Samarra kuta they were sheltering on the beach when the fires were and circling the danger for now has cost but the problem is the roads are still closed it's still too dangerous to re open those roads there aren't too many of them in an ounce of the small coastal places so there are several thousand holiday makers and residents trying the best they can to get by we know that three police boats today have delivered food water and medical supplies it could be a few days before those roads are open and also there a bushland communities that a man is by far as they do to a console and relying on dwindling supplies as well and these are horrifying and tragic stories of people being found dead in that because with the bin tramp tool trying to defend their homes we will never know who Walt fate befell them in terms of the moments leading up to how they died and so the circumstances in which they died but one would imagine that in the fullness of time when Australia a can catch its breath and reassess how which approach is the source of natural disasters will people being courage to will people be allowed to stay and defend their properties at the moment it's left up to them and said that will be part you have to say of a wholesale re examination of the way Australia deals with the SEC huge bush fires that have gone on for weeks and are likely to continue for weeks to come as well well how long could that go on Australia is a big place there is still plenty of fuel on the ground as the authorities say much of the the Australian bush is made up of eucalyptus trees and they have flammable oils and that's why these bush files they don't suddenly fast moving they are extremely noisy that is in large part because of these eucalyptus trees often simply just exploding so we are now into what I traditionally the warm months of the year in Australia so what you have a long standing drowned his continuing on Saturday for example we're expecting more hot dry and windy conditions and that will conspire to elevate the fire danger and these dangerous days could go on for weeks or even months and said the fire authorities say the only way to extinguish some of these major places is flooding rain and that sent me notes on the radar for some considerable time Phil Mercer in Sydney Innisfil said in the state of Victoria some communities in active fire zones have been out of contact for in some cases days supplies were reportedly dwindling in Malibu to residents of sorts refuge on the beach as the files closed in I spoke to Mars kasha a resident of Malibu to all the boats the ministry boats getting through I yes we have seen about it just off the shores of Malibu town that being extremely helpful and also I seen the helicopters to pick up some of the strange and tourists that hanging by by Bob Dole or whatever with at the counter it's been quite hectic kia and we've had a lot of help from the volunteer firefighters we are we are really remark Shia have closest channel is in our quarter white which is a very very small chance L. Nick the next town my Japan is three hours drive from us and it is eight oh bush bush lane so when you leave Malick who done it bush a the why you saw a lot of people site email a true not because of the fact that we don't know where the end is going to go we don't know when it's going to happen from one town to another so it was site but it really stay here in Malibu which we already people have done and what are the conditions now other imbecile falling yes it on there in the still pulling infected in Malibu that there is a a beautiful lake system which is nearly as big as to the harbour bridge and across the like Justin from on is the and they have a range which is absolutely beautiful it's a national **** and it is the only fire now it it started yesterday late yesterday and my husband took a photo of it and this morning it it's quite large nicely a cool plant by away the undergrowth is being burning but there there are problems with on the fly continuing to the quiet areas of the trade the so what about yourself what about where you are are you safe yes we are we are halfway between capital in Malibu to which is ideal for Columbia distance we we leave it's in the middle of that which is that more of the U. S. state with only shrugs night trains whatsoever said in the township of and cobblestones it's quite heavily treed sorry in it you know it it basically the embers just just full on the draw I usually late and just explored we've noticed that several weeks ago that there was a lot of dried you click it's late just laying on on the on the grounds we haven't had rain for such a long telling age we are we've lived here in Malibu the perfect thing is we have never seen it try it's always had grain crunch I sure who lives in Malibu to thousands of French children with autism travel every day across an international border to schools in neighboring Belgium not only because French schools don't have the capacity to integrate and educate them say that parent parents but because they also think the French system doesn't have the approach that will help young people have difficulties with social interaction and communication president to menu about because government has come up with a new plan but critics say these new measures Frances fourth autism plan won't solve the underlying problem this is Louis reports from the Franco Belgian border the daily routine for nine year old stuff I love musk than what he's getting into account that'll take him from his home in northern France across the Belgian border to the cook county school a specialized school for disabled children.
"dan damon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dan Damon in London the Chinese man who use gene editing techniques and what he said was an attempt to replicate in twin girls a gene that immunize as people against HIV has been sentenced to three years in jail hoon Chun who was seeking fame and wealth according to the judgment against him and he didn't have the right qualifications to carry out the research it appears that his efforts failed to reproduce the correct gene even if he had of course the implications on the side effects are unknown and therefore the procedure was unethical as well as being illegal I spoke to doctor Katie Snape consultant cancer genesis is that some of George's university hospital here in London I also was that clearly a lack of ethics in what he did I think that's absolutely right so I think that the whole international community when this research was faster nonstop cheese came out and said that that this was an ethical and the technology is not yet and fit for the purpose for which it was east and is a very big difference between doing some scientific experiments in the fall retreat compacts to doing this type of experiment in NBA is which I'm going to create human beings and potentially at that children to calm said I think that the consensus was that this was not an ethical thing today the principle is that there are certain genes which are present in disease at and they can be in effect edited out whole blocks is that right yeah absolutely say that Chris Paul technique is a phenomenally impressive technique that is probably going to revolutionize many strands of science and medicine and what it does is it basically guides when it's been described as some of the molecular ceases down to specific places in the genetic can say that you could cut how overactive jeans will replace defective genes to potentially that that would be hope that this could correct genetic illnesses but we already have a number of other ways of preventing since they're devastating genetic conditions were being passed on through generations such as forms of ID ask where we can screen embryos contain genetic problems and this type of technology is not yet ready save once you wanted to target a very specific section of genetic codes the genetic code is three billion letters long and that isn't actually a way that we can confirm that they wouldn't be extra attitude to places outside of the specific price you want to time target city off target effects on a nine and could potentially lead to home from consequences do we know what's happened to noon and nana these twenty they are normally slicing that's complete rightly said that the potential for a home to come to them and it's not their fault that this happened I'm I'm part of the problem is that there is not a way that we could supports and and help scrutinize this type of experiment because it has been done outside regulate tree boundaries say if gene editing in number there is where ever come into our tuner and mainstream medical use and I think that would need to be a large amount of the express the code debate that it would need to be very highly regulated I'm don say that we did for children in the same way that we we would follow up children he was seen by as in the genetics clinic so I think that is with the problematic we should avoid the impression should me that this was a Chinese scientist working in some secret Lombard street he had been supervised by an American University I mean what's been learned about the way this kind kind of research should be monitored I think that's absolutely right and I think in a way a case like this raises very large issues that we have scientific tools which could be taken and leans outside of normal regulation I mean that Chris logs being used in hundreds to thousands of the board she's across the world's to great effect and for the benefit of science and I'm cemex and so what we don't want to do is is preventable experimentation using what is potentially very powerful and helpful tool but I think it raises significant questions about particularly when when you're going to do something and embrace which could be passed down three generations and lead to the creation of living and children about how we regulate that scientific endeavor doctor Katie Snape from Georges St George's university hospital here in London.
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"Way here opposite the houses of parliament the house of Commons we'll see a conservative majority much more powerful than before and that will mean that Boris Johnson will be able to carry forward his plan to get breaks it down next month and what that means for the European Union and for our neighbors will talk about here in just a moment this is the BBC well this is Dan Damon would just opposite the houses of parliament but I want to now talk to somebody across the Irish Sea because that's Fintan o'toole who is a commentator for The Irish Times newspaper and who's helped us understand what breaks it means to the Irish over the past few months Fenton thanks for being with us on the world updates you pointed out on several occasions that this kind of imperialist dream and this tendency to ignore the effect on islands was going to be a real problem well bricks it's coming so what now yes about what now I think is is that the question sort of being out the hearts of brags that on the one side but not really talked about which are the questions of the union so the key question for are the course is the fact that Northern Ireland is part of United Kingdom but that many people in Northern Ireland don't want to be part of the kingdom that's been the cold because of the troubles and the union has now become really very very obvious existential question what's happened in this election is not for the first time in the history of Northern Ireland a majority of the MPs selected from Northern Ireland are not unionists that's never happened before you have to put that in the context of course of the the the the sweeping victory for the Scottish National Party in Scotland so you really have to elections or you have an English election in which in a way the Conservative Party has triumphed as the English National Party and then you have the election in in Scotland and Northern Ireland's fire forces that are pretty much opposed to the union in a in a really fundamental way have had huge victories as well so you got these two different selections of the points I think to the fact that we may be looking at a real crisis in the existence of the United Kingdom itself over the next five years there's been quite a subtle discussion in the Republic of Ireland about what happens not a board of parole but some other way of enticing the unionists of Northern Ireland to accept some form of the Unification whatever that turns out to be yes and you know it I think that left to ourselves I think most people in most parts of our luxury would say look let's not talk about this stuff.
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"Service it comes to life from our studios in central London we begin today once again with the political reverberations of the decision taken on Wednesday by the British prime minister to also the queen to suspend parliament to request that was granted it's a decision that sick knighted a furious constitutional debates in Westminster and is dominating news coverage here in the U. K. and beyond I keys Asians that the government is trying to muzzled debate on brexit and thwart attempts to stop the country leaving the E. U. all dismissed by the government but they have today been two resignations both figures inside the conservative policy one in direct response to the suspension of parliament the other flag this personal but being interpreted otherwise more on that later in the program there are now two legal challenges to the suspension of parliament opponents of the government as well as some inside the conservative policy a questioning the motives of the prime minister and all eyes will be on efforts made by those against leaving the E. U. without a deal coming together next week when parliament sits on September the third to initiate legislation to stop that from happening let's begin with the leader of the house of Commons Jacob Jacob Rees Mogg who is an outspoken breaks a tear and comfortable with the U. K. leaving the E. U. without to deal he's been speaking to my colleague Dan Damon and told him white retaining no deal as part of the U. K. negotiating strategy is so important central part of the strategy Vic calls you paint yes a good deal if you say that you will accept any deal that is a basic principle of an indication ation is why the current withdrawal agreement is say unsatisfactory the century makes the U. K. of also of the opinion union or his son mist of a horse that said a colony of the European Union so you have to get back to the deal and say if we don't have a proper withdrawal agreement we are happy to leave regardless because that's what people to that very fitful what I as you know the question of whether people voted for no dealer not is contentious your rights and other so right for that those who was saying what's been done now is a constitutional out rage would have difficulty point into any particular paragraph will close in Britain's constitution which says that because it's not written down but that constitution does rely on trust to doesn't it and bearing in mind that the majority it seems of your colleagues in parliament don't want no deal than that trust has been lost by this suspension of parliament forgive me for being pedantic but the British constitution is on defined roles and on risk so you called pointed in one place all the president's all every single one is that this proposal have a new queen speech was in line with the spirit in the practice of the constitution of the tubes the normal operation of the constitution the only abnormality is that the session opponents as being so long the outrage is to my mind completely phony and it's from people they want to leave your opinion that may be true but it did the idea of leaving the European Union is contentious no question about that it's unprecedented and so to in effect shut down parliament so that account to bait that does break the position of trust the government needs trusted not cut it isn't being shot down about four five days of parliamentary business will be lost because problems can be in recess anyway so it's no it's this great loss of parliamentary time and that the average fan is important actually because the people who are so cross of the moment of the ones who lost of age and sexually democracy requires people who lose face to accept that they have lost the vote and get home with the new situation we are leaving your opinion and not because I want to because Boris Johnson wants to book a seventeen point four million people they should that we should and that was a comfortable majority and that was the leader of the house of Commons Jacob Rees Mogg speaking to done Damon well that speak to Jenny Chapman she is the shadow brexit minister for the main opposition labor policy and among those determined to prevent the U. K. leaving without today welcome to the program I'm all you among those people who all cross as Jacob Rees Mogg has just outlined because you lost that twenty sixteen referendum no I'm not cross because this fact and I was disappointed at that point the doctor today so to to check out our school fifty and start negotiation and I thought that that was my responsibility as a member of parliament who did respect the sites not everybody did that I did the difficulty now of course is six the rhetorically meant that was negotiated by to reason may be rejected amber is deeply unpopular across the country in any case it looks unlikely that I was to be another the grievance alleges active still OPC of possibility even at this late stage but it would seem from their rhetoric from Boris Johnson and the decisions that he may become prime minister that he is willing to countenance is not his plan a that that set me he's going to count since leaving without city on body some things that I'm deeply opposed to us so many of my colleagues what can you do to stop that from happening what specific things are you putting in place now that when parliament meets again on Tuesday that you will be able to initiate options that we have some friends to this one as a one option would be to take some sort of legislative process forward which means we could use at that in order to stop the government taking sides about to DO at least without consent and then we see we have as opposed to the no confidence option which would probably lead to a general election which you think you are going to go full because it's a very short amount of time from there when parliament re sits on September the second the third and September the tenth which is when parliament will be suspended well it's very important that whatever happens is done collaborative medium with as wide as the course as possible parliament's cross talkies you have not simple I think we do as I'm confident that we do I know that we take but exactly which mechanism is he said how about that I think it's something that needs to be thrust outside the coming days everything changed yesterday the position we thought we would be confronted in fundamentally old sick yesterday with the decision to provide parliament and discussions needs a ticket for thou in much of what was announced yesterday by the government so you're saying that you have enough support as the main opposition policy with people inside the conservative policy to take control of the time table inside parliament next week that might be what happens I think we haven't won say if we have enough support she said no deal how about Stan and exactly which mechanism we use needs to be decided upon collaborative late cross and status parties in parliament and that that's not been far as I'm aware that greed is yet exactly what will but look what will be used that says the desire is that the will is that the ability is that and to be able to prevent the sleeping with ausa tail end will use every tool in the box to make sure that that happens because this isn't we don't we yes it's very concerned about the constitution internal affairs she recalls yeah the bold and not be concerned about the impact of this would have on communities and on industry and the employment to talk constituent countries they TV is a precedent in terms of passing a law very quickly it happened back in April and it was done in three days why you're not going for the nuclear option and initiating a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson well I haven't said that that was and it's just it up but the point I'm trying to make is that it's no good the labor party all the members of a policy and declaring war I think you ought to date without having the the opportunity in the space that we have between now and when parliament returns next week to do that Klay on some things everybody can support could it needs to have a door to face is supported by the old south we're aiming to achieve I mean if if that if if we do get to a point where there is an agreement on the exactly what is going to happen is that the technicalities about that that would be letting people night that everything changed yesterday evening you do need to bear with us just give give give Christianity the agreement thanks for talking to Jenny Chapman shadow brexit minister for the main opposition labor policy we will be returning to our top story later in the program has moved away from it now though opposition activists in Moscow of cold crowds out on to the streets again this weekend the latest in a wave of mass process over the authorities' refusal to allow anti Kremlin candidates to register for local election students from top Moscow universities have played a key part in the rallies with many guessing detained and three now face serious criminal charges but that tough response to the protests has mobilized students further as almost a cosponsor Rainsford reports Moscow's appeal court has never seen anything like crowns of students in tattoos and tee shirts pulling through its doors and packing its corridors it turned out vehicles you cook a politics student who's facing eight years in prison after this summer's opposition protests we just had.
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"Family and friends pay their final respects today to a nine year old girl was viciously attacked and killed by three pit bulls in southwest Detroit a funeral mass was held for Emma Hernandez at the same could going to Catholic Church the girl gonna tackle riding a bicycle the owner of the pit bulls peer Cleveland has been charged with murder he's being held on a two million dollar bond I Detroit police officers run indicted by a federal grand jury on bribery charges nineteen year department veteran Michael mostly is accused of taking fifteen thousand dollars in cash bribes from a drug dealer in exchange for not pursuing criminal charges against the man the Waterford township police department is asking for your help in identifying a woman involved in the case of identity theft early this year police say the woman used a fake Illinois driver's license to withdraw forty five hundred dollars from the victim's account at a T. C. F. banchan Highland Park in may she tried her second withdrawal of the T. C. F. bank and Dixie highway but was denied the withdrawal due to a fraud alert police say the woman fled the bank in a newer model blue Ford escape she is described as about five foot seven inches tall with a heavy build long blonde hair and the word queen chapters on the right side of her neck the mayor of merry's bell is calling for a city council candidate to withdraw from the race for reportedly racially insensitive remarks WJAR Elizabeth Crenshaw explains sixty eight year old Jane Kramer is one of five candidates running for three open seats available for city council during an election form Thursday night Kramer and the candidates were asked do you believe the diversity of our community needs to be looked at and should we be more aggressive in attracting foreign born citizens here's how Kramer responded either Marysville a white community as much as possible no foreign people Kramer's response has shocked many in the community mayor Dan Damon who is in his third term denouncing the comments Kramer made I don't think that she's trying to stir controversy hi I think that that is how.
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"People two members of a dance company the fund supports performed at the event when dancing in a wheelchair one under the program has to be renewed annually disability arts advocates say they're grateful for city support but what a long term commitment this is W. NYC right now it's nine thirty three you're listening to news out from the BBC world service this is Dan Damon the trade war between China and the United States is affecting China no question but despite what president trump sometimes says it is also affecting ordinary people in the US the BBC's Chris buckler reports from the town of Smith bug in the US state of Maryland when people are increasingly resorting to food banks to feed themselves like a honey do or if you are a real sweetheart for some families in rural America fresh fruits and vegetables are a luxury in times like Smith spark in Maryland the raw people struggling to put food on the tables we have to rely on help it's going to be to snack items over here to paper towels one pack of toilet paper of six rolls of tough at this table they can pick up the essentials run out of the converted carriage it's part of Maryland's network of food banks in a place where people can get what they need for themselves and those who depend on them because the crane can stay at my house most of the time one the barber get some help from the US government food stamps program known a snap but it's not enough to make ends meet I don't know anybody who gets snap that won't tell you that they have not gone to the food bank because the food runs out you still want to be able to give them breakfast lunch and dinner and when you can and the child is telling you they're still hungry that hurts that hurts a lot because that's the part that makes me crack that I can get to them and as a single parent I've done with out so.
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"This is Dan Damon in London with news our Russian president Vladimir Putin is visiting one of the European countries where the government is friendlier to him than most it's only unz Russian trade with Italy is expanding despite the sanctions imposed by the E. U. and Italy's ruling coalition wanting their sanctions to be lifted other he you members they want to retain those sanctions even tough on them that includes Britain which once far more corporation from Russia in matters like the poisoning of former spy SEGAS script pal and his daughter unio which led to the death of a British woman on the Netherlands they want Russia to come clean about its involvement in the downing of Malaysian airlines flight seventeen from Amsterdam destroyed by Russian missile over Ukraine well I spoke to it to this trade minister McCain aged out she about why it is increasing its trade with Russia weakening the sanctions that are supposed to be held in Russia to account for a number of hostile acts against Europe and its allies so that's the idea but I was a part of the European Union blocker Russia can alter and up most likely does not want to impose sanctions on individual member states have to be done not across the board so on the anti you and eagerly specifically to the agriculture food and beverages project that to our represent a large parts of the experts to suffer particularly from these let's call it the embargo yes unfortunately there will be some costs of those imposing the sanctions but these are political measures to reason may the outgoing prime minister of Britain says there can be no normalization off relationship with Russia until the country stops it responsible and destabilizing activities threatening the U. K. and its allies of which Italy is one of course so do not believe her I don't discuss reading the other members of goal remains of user I think every country has their own fault man and Theresa may have cells doesn't black issues to deal with that but I do only trade that do not really I'm not responsible for political decisions embargo diss done that by a minister as a fan and prime minister all she said my responsibilities to do the base that we can have the best I can to promote the Italian goods weeping that decisions made that actor you know I have no shame in things levels higher than and then me I live within my own boundaries and we know trade did do does benefit to both parties and there are political reaches completely beyond the my my range of operations so in that respect that on the server and take care of those decisions are and still do the record and I have to say the number seems to show that that we're actually doing a little bit improvement over that decline over time and exposed to Russia that we have with us over the last few years right so you think you're doing your job correctly by making those sanctions this week Sir that's right within the limits of the sanctions and their various sent you had meetings with Russian delegations this week didn't to what what was the outcome of those meetings the meetings and discussions we had a very positive on trading all we molecular marketers over each other's brother when we interact with our counterparts around the world in Russia will was to the base that we can to improve trade flows in that in in both directions that and then the police release year lease and in nine and another that means and sometimes that's and we do need to be reading that within those of others but the relationship that companies that was very strong habitat and company very successfully operating in their roster they had sent a note to wholesale to negative verses sponsor from from teens and outside your political situation Sir we have a nice mansion rise so we have a company in and the energy sector of course we of course in port Saint Etienne rummages from Russia so the trade relationship but we'll all look normal if you had it where a not so so these hanging he sure all for as sanctions is this trade minister mechanic Joe not cheap as the United States celebrates independence day in Israel local officials and American diplomats are marking what they say are the closest advertise for the first time the US embassy to Israel's held its fourth of July party in Jerusalem this of course after president trump recognize that city as Israel's capital a controversial departure from long time international policy honest Indians and left wing Israelis have criticized recent actions by US ambassador David Friedman in East Jerusalem which the Palestinians want as the capital of their hoped for future state a Middle East correspondent your land now reports.
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"It's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin as we celebrate this independence day we are asking cookie about the role that women played in the fight for American independence commentator Cokie Roberts joins us now cookie thanks for being here good to talk to Rachel how before the July same to you so we often hear about the men of the revolution right obviously George Washington Alexander Hamilton our listeners want to know what we were doing in the lead up to July fourth seventeen seventy six and here's our first question hi this is Lee in Atlanta please tell us everything and anything because her my nineteen eighties AP US history class the only woman who did anything during the revolutionary war was Betsy Ross and we were told constantly that all she did was so of lack now she just know Betsy Ross the Betsy Ross flag is in the news because of this Nike controversy but that has nothing to do with her role in the war Cokie explain well I certainly know Woodley is saying now it was my frustration as well to know what women would do and that's why I wrote a whole book about it but they were doing everything Martha Washington went to camp every year to boost troop morale mercy Otis Warren was a propagandist who spurred on the revolution women served as soldiers and supplies hi Betsy Ross the many histories of divine terror I have found close to contemporary records written by the niece of Rebecca Sherman the wife of a signer of the declaration she remembers her aunt visiting there are supposed to shop and her excitement at seeing the flag so I believe it's true art our next listener wants to know if there are any stories about women in the revolution that were so clearly eclipsed by men this is Serra Phillips and I'm from Madonna Ohio should we know about but don't do to being overshadowed by the men like house of a leading ten road farther and longer than Paul Revere but didn't get a poem written about her well he was was one fellow servant didn't write a part of that if they have been some really bad ones written the problem is our story might not be based a hundred percent on the facts the waiter story goes is that the age of sixteen she wrote forty miles on horseback and I love the mental image her hair streaming binder add to warn the local militia in Connecticut the British are coming here's the problem with this story as with so many others when you're trying to write women's history there's often no official documentation to guide you okay one listener wanted to know if there were any women who disguised themselves as men and fought as soldiers this history absolutely the most famous was Deborah Sampson who is listed as Robert should live and she fought bravely until she got sick and was found out with her thank heaven there are plenty of records including a survivor's benefit granted her husband by Congress for sustaining her through the hardships she endured in defense of the country here's another question about a woman on the battlefield Mike Enver here from Portland Maine when driving down route ninety five in New Jersey I often pass or sometimes stop at the Molly pitcher rest up I'm wondering who Molly pitcher was and what role she played during the American revolution well when I went with their husbands to war we're actually going to go hi Molly is supposed to have seen her husband shot at Monmouth and taken over scan and she might be an amalgam of all the women using pitchers for water on the battlefield where she might be a real woman Mary Hayes who was on the battlefield of mine with another woman who took over husband's position this time at Fort Washington was Margaret Corbin she was given the honor of a burial plot and west point Cokie Roberts you can ask Cokie your questions about how politics and government work by tweeting us with the hashtag ask cookie thanks Cokie always happy Starkey Rachel wishing you all a very happy fourth of July this is morning edition from NPR news I'm Rachel Martin and I'm no well king and you're listening to W. NYC in New York at eleven minutes before nine o'clock the marketplace morning report is next and coming up at nine on FM ninety three point nine it's news hour from the BBC world service let's check in with London on this American independence day good morning BBC good morning W. NYC this is Dan Damon on today's news our he's on his way home but why wasn't Australian student detained by North Korea and British commandos sees an oil tanker suspected of.
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"Romo legitimate command actually gone home to his family, hadn't he, he had indeed. He gone into for his wife's birthday. He'd even though some presume shoes, which is to give her then he was going to go onto the back hall to see Hitler to persuade him to allow to have an extra Panzer division for the defense of Normandy. But it will say within Normandy itself, many of the commandos, where away because they say, Trump says the invasion that day we're away from that command post because they decided to have a map exercise down attack town, so many of them were actually caught in a very difficult position. Historian Antony Viva speaking to done day minimal from Dan Damon in Portsmouth shortly. You're listening to news from the BBC on Russia in London. Ceremonies to commemorate, the seventy fifth anniversary of d day taking place in Portsmouth on the BBC's Damon is that for us, Dan. Yes, rows yet. It is a fact that seventy five years ago, things looked tricky, and even impossible after his planning on months of training around a million soldiers, sailors, and walls personnel. We're ready to begin the invasion of Nazi controlled Europe, but the first wave of the invasion of been aborted on this day, June, the fifth nineteen forty four because of a storm vanden craft filled with very seasick troops. Brought back to Haba. Well, welcome to Southsea common at Portsmouth Haba with leaders of sixteen nations hosted by Quinlan's. The second have been commemorating operation overlord, the d day landings, they've been thanking three hundred veterans to here today, representing the many who took the risks and some who gave their lives to liberate Europe, from dictatorship and on a giant stage here on the seashore. A mixture of documentary drama historic readings memories, military pageant and music performance. Seventy five.
U.N. plans talks with Iran, Russia, Turkey on Syria constitutional panel
"Like, they knighted nations has called on Russia and Turkey to avert a bloodbath in the rebel-held Syrian province of Italy as both these countries alongside Iran are expected to meet on Friday to discuss it live. It comes amid signs that President Bush little Assad's forces are preparing an offensive to retake the province Russia, of course, backs the Syrian government, but the Turkey supports elements of the opposition inside it lit. So for more about what is actually going on inside the province. I've been speaking to smile Abdallah. He's part of these civil defence group the white helmets. And he is an inlet province. Assads respond for warning of Trump was mumbling. The bro fans in general and specific. We counted thirty five air psych, Wisconsin. Sorry. This just this show and other villages five kids for just a show or three women in humble. Closer there. Started after the media say that maybe it will talk. So that's what happened. When we will know what what's going to happen. Assess forces ended up started forming million people are now living and robust. And I guess the difficulty is a smile with the three million people that you mentioned is that many of them have actually fled other areas that have been bombed their internally displaced and they've come to lib. But now. List of the most of this where where can people go? Now. That's the question. There is no another. There is no another place. We can go me. I was the simplest from fifty in two thousand sixteen on December many people were displaced recently from certain. Under the people asking where they can go the talking demonstrated talked about safe corridors, but we do not know where the gutter doors will be to assess the urea. People can go there to Turkey border article there. Of thirty are shooting. Anyone who are trying to cross the border? So that people that we can save that they've now trapped in this large area the waiting for their this any maybe the public will resume today for other areas have nothing to say about what was going to have been. It's my Lamda. They'll part of the civil defense group the white helmets. Speaking to me earlier from Italy province in
India withdraws sweeping new rule clamping down on fake news
"In other countries in the middle eastern our history that we were going to be different from that and there was a real popular uprising that surprised me and it came as well from the right right so we had people from the settlements calling and say in volunteering like this was across the board the alternative for these migrants as presented to them was to leave to go to prison that's right and the truth is there are five hundred spots in the prison the court has closed down via detention center that holds a lot more people like up to twenty five hundred people the prison holds five hundred people what's he gonna do with thirty eight thousand african asylum seekers who buy in limbo them he's stuck and people are going to work in a continue to resettle people in good areas where they will be supported by israel to get their feet on the ground and get moving get education and get what they need to leave a little bit dignified life and he's going to have to get in our way as we do it he's going to have to throw himself in the way of the right thing to do the rubble and activists susan silverman win like colleague dan damon in india there's also been a change of policy this time on the subject to fake news the government's withdrawn plans to cancel the official accreditation of journalists accused of peddling fake news just today after they were announced the new measure was cancelled on the orders of the prime minister narendra modi his rajini vaidyanathan a monday india's government said it wanted to crack down on what it saw as an increase in instances of fake news under the plan any journalist accused of producing such reports would have been automatically suspended for fifteen days pending an investigation if after this they will found guilty they face suspension for six months or even more but the plan was hastily withdrawn without any reason from the government it's unclear how the indian government would have decided won't constituted fake news many in the indian media complained the plans were an effort by the country's prime minister to control the press head of india's general.