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How to Connect to Your Humanity and Change the World

Untangle

06:12 min | 7 months ago

How to Connect to Your Humanity and Change the World

"Today. We're going inside the head of Young Pueblo Aka Diego Perez. He's a writer poet and activist who explores his own mind to create poems about the mind. His poems or meditations in themselves and often talk about meditation teachings directly. He's also instagram famous with three hundred, twenty, nine, thousand millennial followers who receive as simple visual poems about meditation daily in their feet. Welcome young blow. Thank you so much for having me Emmett set of the year. Yeah, it's wonderful conversation. Awesome. So let's just start in dive right in because most people probably curious about the first thing they heard young Pueblo like who is this young logo is noted to meet the Guy Behind Proba tell us about young Pueblo on how that came out. was. Name that came to me a bunch of years ago. I'd say back sometimes it's funny thirteen I think the name came to me, and then over time I really developed a meaning. Around honey or team twenty fifteen I realized that I wanted to take great seriously as it was around the time where I saw that. Betaine is having a real effect in my less democracy game meditation course back in. July of two thousand twelve and after doing a few silence and David Austin courses I realized that a lot of the burden that was sort of limiting my mind's in regards to. Zaidi sadness where. They weren't totally radical, but there were decreasing and I was noticing that. I, was really feeling better and I felt like I had more choices in my mind as I could see the world a little more clearly, and then I can navigate my own actions in a way that was much more productive to my personal happiness. So In, sort of pushed me into wanting to righty might people now that healing yourself was actually a real possibility has to be. I know that for myself. I kind of went into meditation has an experiment just as I was always curious about it and it felt like the right fit so I didn't really know that's what I was Gonna get out I. Think I knew that I was going to learn a bunch of things but I didn't know that I was actually going to feel better and it wasn't until after of delving deeper into the process into the actual practice I started seeing that I so lows better sort of into writing. and. The idea of young Bible kind of really warm related around it's my understanding of the world that we are all very young collectively. If you take all humanity were all very young you know it doesn't matter if you're ninety years old is you take us as a whole giant collective we have so much to learn. The bucs Amina's for. Up when we were little children. When we went to school, we were trying to simplest things are teachers were really. Trying to get us to not hurt each other to tell the truth to be kind to one another and to generally just you know it's even like clean up ask yourself things are seem so simple that we can do as individuals but as a human collective e don't know how to do these things at all. A. Me. got. Sort of a signal that. We have a lot of growing up to as humanity and a lot of I. Think a lot of that growing up center happened during the century. We have so many big challenges ahead of us that will hopefully help us row. That this sort of. A. Renaissance, I would call it. That's happening around the mind. Is GonNa be a big big part of humanity mature. SO THAT'S A. Really helpful perspective. So somebody who has a two year old myself I spent a lot of time teaching him some very, very basic things like heating is bad. I'm sorry in some days he's amazing at it in Sunday's he just gets brought by his own emotions, his own desires and hitting back at the window. In it's interesting to look at our humanity as being a very similar place lessons that we've learned over and over again, our childhood yet they're returning in the adult hood of the individual, but still the sort of childhood of the collective. Beautiful by. Where do you see our evolution going? What do you think the path down that road is I think it's interesting because people have very different aspirations. So I wouldn't want to try to say you know all human existence is in this direction but I would say that to get to a place where we're not arming one another where we. Are Mentally ill in ourselves. That army another as arguing when sell it doesn't take. Much Work Right. Having that understanding that you know is literally to my benefits and not you is very different from what sailing Total Liberation Enlightenment's. That's actually a very easier accomplish many think that's where we're really heading as a humanity in our evolution that we're trying to lift ourselves up into that understanding that Oh right? It's not. It's not to my benefit at all to harm you in any way it actually helps my personal life to support you in your freedom, your sixty etcetera. So forth, so me I like to think about it in. In the immediate. Immediate future being like next year is not like the whole seizure. SABA. But it really is trying to get ourselves to that point where or. Individuals in because that's an idea that we've had. Throughout, all of history. Having an idea intellectually is very different from being out experiences, experience Adiba yourself or deeply being able to you'll that you know that it's your benefits are mothers I think Ruby's different practices Asami different people are engaging. Different introspective medias including meditation. That that will help get. To that point where it's like Oh right now, of course, not only do I in my mind but I. Feel my body and now I'm GonNa find better solutions than our.

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Cultivating Place

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"david austin" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"It quickly became clear to me as I was doing my research for episodes in that program that there were distinct kinds of gardeners and subgroups in the cultural world. Among these there were the edible gardeners. The native plant gardeners the cut flower gardeners and then there were the rose gardeners they had partake. Euler ferocity in their passion. According to the University of Illinois roses were in such high demand in the seventeenth century that royalty considered roses or rose water a legal tender and they were often used as barter and for payments. I read this and I thought. Hey now that is the kind of economy that makes some sense to me. Roses for rent. I like it. I just can't decide if I charge more or less for my roses. As a result of the aphids is that more life or less life is that were valuable or less valuable and this year I have a tiny green caterpillar snacking on my roses too but the sparrows in house finches seem to be making snacks of them. So I'm waiting to see how this particular garden drama unfolds. I will say the little. Green Caterpillars are particularly disgusting from my human eye view. And I really hope you have no idea what I'm talking about as I said at the outset of the episode. I'm willing to be patient and trusted my roses to overcome the caterpillars. Because well we have history. Have questions about your roses?.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Hello this is David Austin with the BBC news the international red cross says hurricane Dorian has had a catastrophic impacts on the Bahamas destroying more severely damaging as many as thirteen thousand houses it said shelter clean water and medical supplies were urgently needed a hurricane is heading towards the United States anemic bullets in west Palm Beach there have been times in recent hours when the hurricane spin moving across land a just one mile an hour its destruction with sustained wind speeds of around a hundred and sixty miles an hour and intense rainfall has been prolonged and devastating it's still passing through the Bahamas when information of the damage caused has been hard to come by because power and communication lines are down the storm soon projected to hit here to Florida V. is north of the east coast of the U. S. emergencies have now been declared in four states and compulsory evacuation orders rules so in place long parts of this coastline the US envoy to Afghanistan has shown president Ashraf Ghani a draft peace deal that the US has negotiated with the Taliban an adviser to the president said Mr Ghani would continue to hold discussions with the envoy Zalmay Khalilzad his embarrassed son into Russian after nine dose of talks between the US and Taliban a draft bill appears to have been finalized no details of the deal have emerged officials say president ostrov Ghani was soon shed his views on the draft is feedback is important because the Afghan government has been largely sidelined from the talks until now the Taliban view Mr Ghani that's an American stooge the proposed to deal centers on a US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in the tone for security guarantees from the Taliban students at schools and universities across Hong Kong to taking part in protests across the territory in the continuing campaign for political change. the protest movements in its third month shows no sign of ending Stephen McDonell is that large numbers of university and high school students boycotted class today instead attending pro democracy rallies despite threats of punishment from the government stock from at least a four hospitals protested at their workplaces with heavy driving rain and strong winds battering the city it's been hard to judge the participation level after activists cold for widespread strike however the impact seems significantly less than the similar action a month ago prosecutors in the Czech Republic of holds it in investigation into alleged fraud by the prime minister Andrei database the decision by the state attorney will be reviewed by a superior missed about issues no party won the election in twenty seventeen but other parties have been reluctant to join him in a coalition government while the case was hanging over his head. world news from the BBC this is W. NYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm Carrie Nolan New York city's immigration court already has the biggest caseload in the nation but W. N. Y. C.'s Beth Fertig reports it's now grown so large it requires three locations when president trump took office New York city's immigration court had about seventy thousand pending cases it's now approaching a hundred and twenty thousand judges are setting trials three to four years into the future the justice department which runs the immigration courts has been hiring new judges to meet the demand and those judges need new court rooms most are housed at twenty six federal plaza but this year more rooms were added to a smaller courthouse on Varick street which was previously only used by immigrants in detention this month more court rooms will open at a third location on Broadway across from federal plaza as children return to school in New York state thousands of parents are scrambling to get them vaccinated a new state law gives unvaccinated students fourteen days from the start of school to prove they received the first dose of each immunization and they must make appointments for the next round within a month lawmakers revoked a religious exemption for mandatory school vaccinations in June amid a measles outbreak some parents are choosing to pull their kids out of school rather than comply. former state senator bill Larken died this weekend less than a year after retiring his family confirmed the news on Sunday the World War two veteran and Hudson Valley lawmaker was ninety one years old Larkin represented part of the valley as an assemblyman between nineteen seventy nine and nineteen ninety and then as a state senator for twenty eight years the long time Republican was a champion of veterans causes.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

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"BBC news. Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news Sri Lankan Zor observing day of national mourning for the victims of the suspected Islamist bombings that are now known to have killed three hundred and ten people on Easter Sunday. A national emergency has been imposed parliament is meeting for the first time since the bombings MP's wants to know why warnings of attacks were apparently not heeded his embarrassed. As erosion flags were lowered to half-mast, and people bowed their heads in silence across in respect to the victims of Easter Sunday bombings. The police have intensified their search operations to find those linked to the bombers one city in national is being held in custody as TV image. Just emerged showing the bomber walk into the front of the church service at Negombo town with the large rucksack on his back undetonated. Device funerals of those killed all beginning today. Russian media reports say the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN arrive in Vladivostok by train on Wednesday and hold a summit with President Putin the following day in the far eastern Russian city, North Korea. Watchers say the visit is part of Mr. Kim's effort to build up foreign support for his economic development plans. Myanmar's supreme court has rejected an appeal by two journalists from the Reuters news agency who've been jailed for seven years for their reporting on the killings of row hinge Muslims by the Burmese military while loan Kyu-soo had already spent sixteen months in prison. Jonathan head reports. In a brief statement the supreme court simply confirmed the seven year prison sentence imposed on the two journalists last September without explaining its decision. They were found guilty of breaking the colonial era officials secret Sankt after they've been handed documents by police officers in. December twenty seventeen and then arrested while own Josue had led a groundbreaking investigation into the murders of ten ranger men in one village during the military operation, which drove hundreds of thousands of hinges into Bangladesh during the trial. One police officer testified that he'd been ordered to frame the two reporters. My planting the documents on them, Jonathan head reporting another quake with a magnitude of six point three has hit the Philippines. This time on the eastern island of summer. Howard Johnson reports today's earthquake loss for around a minutes. According to officials report say the worst areas include Tekla bound city later and kept elegance city in some are social media post show building swing during the quake and large cracks in roads. So the pain seismologists have warned that aftershocks likely Howard Johnson rescue efforts are continuing on the main island Luzon wherein earthquake struck on Monday. At least seven people were killed dozens missing. World news from the BBC the dissident Irish Republican group. The new IRA has admitted killing the journalist lira Mckee Northern Ireland on Thursday, MS Mckee was shot dead as she was observing rioting in Londonderry. In a statement. The new IRA.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The news with David Austin Democrats in the US congress say they'll continue to President Trump ever actions. He took the set out in the long awaited report on Russian election meddling say special counsel's inquiry, reveals lies to see an improper conduct by Mr. Trump, and they've advised Robert mellow to testify the prime minister of Mali, and his entire government resigned. Four weeks after a vigilante attack which killed more than one hundred and fifty herders the massacre in central Mali shocked the country the lease northern say woman who shot during rioting in the city of Londonderry on Thursday was a journalist live Mckee and that she was moated by dissident Republicans. They said gunman had a number of shots towards and police climate change activists from the international movement extinction. Rebellion a staging protests on the approach roads to Heathrow airport in London. Some held a black banner that asks the question we the last generation it's the fifth day of protests in London. The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Failing Katie has declared a national day of mourning today for the victims of Monday's disaster on lake Hebrew, one hundred fourteen people still missing after about capsized, China has given three athletes. Life bans cheating at Monday's Boston marathon in the United States recused forging resolves from previous races. And misusing entry numbers. China said that behavior gave the country about name the small bone in the knee that had been disappearing from the human body is making an unexpected return. The purpose of the Fabella an attendant behind the knee is not clear at its return is a bit of a pain because it's linked to authorize. Researchers say the resurgence may be down to better nutrition. BBC news. Team is thirty.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Explore the wealth of the seems find out more about Portugal's ocean economy in global business after the news. BBC news with David Austin police in Myanmar's raccoon state say nine policemen have been killed in a militant attack the incident took place state on Saturday in a village north of reclines capital way. A militant group the our economy said it was responsible Turkey is expelling three German journalists today amid increasing tension between Berlin and Ankara to three reporters who work for the broadcasters ADF and Andy have the newspaper the Takeshe. Beagle had been given ten days to leave the country, then as waiters President Nicolas Maduro has praised the armed forces for defeating what he said was a coup led by the US and the opposition leader do during a rally. Mr. Madero, also blamed Venezuela's widespread power cuts on cyber attacks. By the opposition reports from Britain say the government has revoked the citizenship of two more women who traveled to Syria to join. Hispanic state group? The Sunday Times report says the two women two sisters from London who have five young children between them a living in separate refugee camps in Syria. The first results being declared in Nigeria's local elections to choose state governors and regional assemblies they follow last month's presidential elections in which the incumbent head of state Muhammadu Buhari beat his main rival, the former Vice President Atiku Abubakar parliamentary elections are taking place in Guinea-Bissau more than three years of political instability have disrupted the government the biggest party split after president jersey Maria. Vargas sacked the prime minister to Mingo Seymour Hersh Pereira at least twenty nine people flying from Istanbul to New York were injured when their plane was hit by severe turbulence the Boeing triple seven operated by Turkish Airlines landed safely at JFK airport, but seven people who take into hospital BBC news. The lighthouse in the middle of the water down there. That's exactly marking the entrance of the Tegas refer. There's you'll recall it in Portuguese and take us wherever was the departure for those wages of discovery. Here whether river takers flows into the Atlantic. There's a vast stone monument it's in the shape of a boat. An- carries more than thirty statues all of them historical figures for more Portugal describes as it's age of discovery. At the front says Henry, the navigator he's cradling a ship in his arms. A few figures down is Vasco da Gama the first European to sail right around the horn of Africa to India. Magellan who's being celebrated in Portugal this year because it is five hundred years since his expedition set out to sail right around the globe. The thing is not only getting there. But coming back and telling what they had seen bringing what they founded there. You know, that was fight interesting. So that's the first localization, I think. I'm.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news. Pope Francis has said the Roman Catholic church will open up its archives on piously twelfth who was pontiff during the second World War. Some Jews have said pious turned to blind eye to the holocaust James Reynolds is in Rome for decades historians have called for proper access to the wartime files on pope pious the twelfth. Now pope Francis has agreed to open up the Vatican's secret archive. The church is not afraid of history. The pope told a meeting of Vatican researches pious has been accused of tolerating the rise of Nazi Germany and then not doing enough to protect Jews during the holocaust. But defenders of the wartime pontiff insists that he worked privately to protect Jews wherever possible. The Chinese authorities say to Canadians detained months ago inside China had been engaged in spying. And brief reports said the government would begin judicial proceedings against. Both men. Steven McDonnell reports from Beijing Michael spa is a North Korea specialist, and according to a brief statement from the communist party's Legal Affairs commission. He passed on intelligence to Michael coverage who works for the NGO. The International Crisis Group. The two Canadians were picked up in China last December just days after the arrest in Canada of a senior Chinese executive from tech giant wa Malone Jo will appear in court in Vancouver later this week. She faces extradition to the United States after allegedly breaching US sanctions following commercial dealings with Iran. The award-winning Egyptian journalist Mahmoud Abu Zayd Petronas show can has been released from prison after serving nearly six years to his alleged involvement in a Muslim Brotherhood sit in in Cairo. He claims to have been covering the protests. Here's Yousef Taha the thirty two year old tweeted, a smiling selfie captioned Xiao. Can is free. He was arrested in August twenty thirteen during bloody clashes between the security forces and thousands of people protesting the toppling by the military of the Islamist. President Mohamed mercy last year Xiao can receive UNESCO's world freedom prize to dismay of the Egyptian authorities who accused him of terrorists and criminal acts. He now faces five years of probation including spending every night from six PM to six AM at the police station. Amnesty International describes him as a prisoner of conscience and condemned his probation terms. Yousef Taha reporting the US backed Syrian democratic forces say it's slowing down its final push on Gu's philosophy each held by the Islamic state group in Syria because militants are holding a small number of civilians as human shields had is to using Gooby trapped vehicles to repel via attack. This is the world news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm she meet the best sue police are investigating after a man was struck and killed by an MTA bus early this morning in queens officials say the driver of the thirty three bus was making a left turn onto seventy fifth street in Jackson heights, when he realized that someone was under the bus, the unidentified man was taken to elmhurst hospital where he was pronounced dead. The city's cycling community paid tribute to a bike messenger. Killed by a hit and run driver last week, nearly two hundred people rode from Manhattan to Brooklyn yesterday to honor twenty five year old a real Lawrence who was killed in Bushwick Gotham is contributor, Scott Hines. Was there for the memorial that we saw both a lot of joy and excitement of people, you know, shouting recipes. Popping wheelies down Fifth Avenue, but also people really really distraught had a very funereal type of tone to it. It was a Memorial Association. But also a really sad day. Cyclists are always trying to take care of each other. And when someone is killed by driver. There's a sense of real shock to the entire community. Lawrence was the fifth cyclist killed in the city this year. Many New York City business leaders are hoping the deal with Amazon can be resurrected Kathy wild president of the partnership for New York City says she sent a letter to the tech giant and got other city leaders to sign it to we wanted to make one last ditch effort can we get them to rethink and come back and work with us rather than lead us in the lurch wild spoke on John cats Matiz radio show. She says her polling shows about seventy percent of New Yorkers support a new Amazon headquarters in Long Island city despite some questions and concerns while said, those can be addressed and what she calls ongoing conversations between the company and all the.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is David Austin with the BBC news. China says the United States is trying to smear and suppressed the telecom company Weiwei after America announced criminal charges against the firm and one of its executives Mang one Joe a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the case was politically motivated Washington has accused highway violating US sanctions by selling equipment to Iran at of stealing robot technology from an American rival reporting from Beijing, John sudworth, a single paragraph statement from China headquarters denying that it has committed any wrongdoing regarding the US claim that multiple emails prove that while we employ easy gauged in a systematic attempt to steal robot technology. The statement says that this matter has already been settled in response to reports that the US has now formally applied for the extra. Edition of the hallway executive currently detained in Canada. A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said stern representations had immediately been made to both countries the Chinese delegation as a write in the United States for talks on the trade war between Washington and Beijing. The group arrived as US officials were giving details of criminal charges against the Chinese firm highway, although the American secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross said that indictment was wholly separate from the trade talks. The supreme court in Pakistan is about to hear the final legal challenge to the equivalent of a Christian woman who'd been sentenced to death for blasphemy. He BB spent eight years on death row before her conviction was overturned in October, the decision sparked protests, and she has since been in hiding BBC's Pakistan correspondent is conduct Kamani a decision by the court could be announced today, although it's not definitive it could be delayed. But it certainly seems that this case which. Which has really divided opinion in Pakistan has led to the killings of two prominent politicians spoke out in support of is here BB in the past. This case seems now to be drawn to a conclusion arsia Abebe if indeed her quickly up held will be granted asylum in a country in the west because it was simply too dangerous for her to continue living in Pakistan, a Pakistani Hindu woman has been appointed. As a judge for the first time in the country's history. Suman Kumari booed Danny has been declared eligible for the postal civil and judicial magistrate after passing the official exam Pakistan is a Muslim majority country. The Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has launched a five year plan to tackle government corruption following the multibillion dollar bribery scandal that brought down his predecessor the national anti corruption plan puts forward proposals including a requirement for politicians to publicly declare their assets. World news from the BBC apple has warned of a glitch that makes it possible to eavesdrop on users of its iphone and MAC devices. The problem is linked to the face time feature which is used for video calls. The companies have fixed would be available in days. Daily reports from San Francisco just hours before the floor was made public apple boss. Tim cook was lording the importance of data security on what was US national privacy day. The firm has also spent the past few months chastising companies like Facebook over their data breaches, but as apple prepares to release its quarterly earnings expected to be its worst performing for years that confidence may appear more than a little misguided, California. Doctor has been stripped of his license after prescribing cannabis for a four year old boy to control temper tantrums. Dr idle men has prescribed cannabis to large numbers of patients since the drug was legalized for medical use in California in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. A Korean survivor of wartime sexual slavery. He became a symbol of the fight for peace has died at the age of ninety three. Steven McDonald is in Seoul as a fourteen year old Korean Kimba Thome joined what are estimated to have been hundreds of thousands of women forced to work as six slaves for the Japanese military in occupied. Territories during World War Two in recent decades. Many in South Korea the leading figure monks to the so-called comfort women as an activist Kim traveled the world demanding that Japan make an official apology for its wartime behavior. Qatar national football team will take on the hosts the United Arab Emirates today in a politically charged semifinal of the AFC Asian Cup. It's the first time the teams have met since Saudi Arabia at UAE that a boycott of Qatar eighteen months ago accusing it of supporting terrorism Qatar will face a hostile crowd. That's the latest BBC news. Now when you come in this looks like a normal shopping center, if I go and inspect some of the items in one of these many shops, I might find what makes this place different.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh, this is David Austin with the BBC news a United States. Federal judge has blocked. The construction of the keystone excel oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. The project had been approved by President Trump. More details from Michael Duncan. This is a major victory for environmentalists and indigenous rights groups judge Brian Morris of the Montana district court ruled that the Trump administration had failed to justify why it approved the project Mr. Trump signed an executive order permitting the pipeline to go ahead. Two days of taking office saying it showed how you would create jobs and overcome environmental objections to infrastructure development. The pipeline had been rejected in two thousand fifteen by the Obama administration. The judge said the reversal required a reasons explanation, but the government's analysis fell short in several areas, including climate change economic viability potential pollution, and a survey of native American resources US civil rights activists have said that moves by the Trump administration. To ban illegal migrants from claiming asylum, illegal Amnesty, International said the change in policy would put lives in danger. Chris Buckler reports from Washington securing America's long border with Mexico has become one of President Trump's greatest concerns, and he's convinced that asylum laws are being abused by people who cross into the country illegally. Currently anyone can make a claim for refuge from prosecution. If they start the process within a year of answering the US by whatever means but onto the new clients only those who make the Y in three official border crossings will be able to make a bid for Silom. The department of homeland security said that meritless claims at least a huge burden on their resources dozens of aid agencies supporting row Hindu refugees in Bangladesh. Say families a terrified by plan to start returning them to Myanmar next week. The plan was announced last month charities including save the children. Oxfam and World Vision have issued a joint warning that the refugees. Are deeply worried they will in effect become prisoners in Myanmar. More than seven hundred thousand three hundred Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since the Myanmar military launched a brutal campaign against them last year. Police in the Australian city of Melbourne say one person has been killed in to hurt by a man wielding a knife on a busy street during rush hour video on social media showed a vehicle ablaze as police confronted the attack. A nearby eventually bringing him down with a single gunshot superintendent Doug Clayton is a spokesman for Melbourne. West police. The bomber sponsor unit at coned off the area, the NFL distinguished a vehicle fire. The bomb response unit is now making the saints Saif police are not looking for any other offenders at this stage. The investigation is ongoing. There is no not only to terrorism at this stage. We will keep an open mind as to whether there's any link superintendent Doug Clayton will news from the BBC. South Korea's president moon. Jae in has sacked his two most senior economics officials following poor growth figures, the finance minister and the presidential chief of staff of policy have both been replaced. President moon has come under increasing criticism over the government's economic policies. The former first lady of the Philippines, melda Malkhaz has been found guilty of corruption and could face at least six years in prison. An arrest warrant has been issued for the eighty nine year old Howard Johnson in Manila has more details. Corruption allegations have dogged mrS Marcos for decades, the country's presidential commission on good government estimates that she and her husband the late president Ferdinand Marcos rated public funds to the tune of up to ten billion dollars. mrS Marcos became infamous for heck excessive collection of designer shoes. Accumulated at a time when many in the Philippines, went barefoot. According to today's ruling mrS Marcos is now perpetually disqualified from holding public. Office. It comes at a time. When the Marcus family are attempting a political comeback in next year's midterm elections. Researchers at the university of Washington say that women around the world having fewer children the report's authors say the decline, which they describe as remarkable means that nearly half of countries are not producing fewer children than are needed to maintain their population. In nineteen fifty women were having a global average of just under five children. But that figure has now moved a Japanese television station has cancelled an appearance by the popular South Korean band. BTS after social media controversy broke out a routine short t shirt worn by a band member. Jim in is reported to walnut t shirt, which depicted an atomic bomb mushroom, cloud and phrases celebrating Korea's liberation from Japan after World War Two statement from the group apologized for disappointing fans looking forward to the TV appearance. BBC news. Thank you very much for that tell everybody. Welcome to Newsday was shot hill. And James Cutler in a moment, you'll be hearing more about the decision by a court to block the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas a blow to President Trump. And we look at the case of Pakistani woman cleared, a blasphemy charges, but now living in fear of her life. The midterms are over but President Trump's attempts to cut down on immigration are not he's expected to sign a regulation shortly which will ban people who enter the US illegally from seeking asylum. It would apply to the US's southern border with Mexico. Here's immediate outrage in some quarters after the announcement by department of homeland security Jesuit is in charge of immigration of the American Civil Liberties union save you the move as illegal. He explained why. Because the law that congress passed the law on the books here in the United States has very clearly that you can apply for asylum anywhere in the United States include, you know, whether you're at a port of entry or not regardless of whether you're otherwise legally entitled to admission to the United States, it's a real safety valve protective mechanism to make sure that people who are fleeing persecution can apply for protection from that persecution under our laws inconsistent with international norms. I'm a judge watch there. He's in charge of immigration of the American Civil Liberties union will Jen Kerns is a political commentator and a former spokesperson for the Republican party in California. And she told me earlier about her reaction to this decision. I think President Trump is right and pursuing this new executive order. You know, the United States has been actually quite gracious and welcoming millions and millions of both legal and illegal immigrants here in the state of California. It is a sanctuary state. It has many sanctuary cities inside of it that preceded that movement. And if you look at the state of California, look at how tragic that decision has been by public officials to allow that sanctuary status. You have a loss of jobs you have a homeless crisis. And I think President Trump looks at the state of California as one example of what the rest of the United States could become and the US has actually been quite liberal in. In their acceptance of of folks seeking refugees seeking asylum and the numbers are quite astonishing since President Obama was office. We've had a seventeen hundred percent, right. Nearly a thousand percent spike in the number of illegal immigrants coming to the US. Let's be apply for asylum. Let speak about the legality of it. Because that seems to be the crux of the issue in the disagreement. They are can the president do this. Does he have illegal authority because the American Civil Liberties union says that the US law specifically allows individuals to apply for asylum? Whether or not they are at a port of entry. So legally, the key the you can't really just revoke that correct? But but legally we we must allow folks to apply for asylum, but we're not required to actually accept their claim of asylum. In fact, our policy is quite liberal. I we allow millions of people in on the basis of. Stories that they tell about persecution back in their home countries. And they don't have to provide any corroborating evidence of such persecution. But you the United States has been quite liberal, and it's important to note here. The only thing President Trump is requiring here is that anyone applying for asylum actually, just do so through the proper port of entry. And that is so the United States can get a handle on the people who are coming here know, exactly the identity of the men and women who are coming here. I think that is a fair thing, and as to the constitutionality of it in the United States, the president does have executive authority, and that power is absolute so anything that comes from the president's desk in terms of an executive order would either leave stand up in court would do you say then to claims, and I did understand you making the argument of the situation in California being worse. Some would say that the president is overplaying that threat from my Gration for. Political game that the fact that the situation for some folks is bad is not entirely because of migration we've worked very closely actually with Mexico secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, just went down there to do a special on boy working with the Mexican government to actually take these these individuals, then and we do have agreements with our neighbors around the world that if someone is fleeing a country that we're only required to help the country that is the next safest country. They can go to Mexico in this case has agreed to take them in. And they've refused that they're they're charging does not safe, Geno. People from Mexico are fleeing Mexico. As some parts are safe, though, the the more metropolitan cities, Mexico City, those are safe passages where people could seek asylum, and here's the irony. All you hear in the headlines is what a what a horrible President Donald Trump is what a dictator he is. And look at this spike in the number of people from around the world one hundred and sixty one thousand just in the fiscal year twenty eighteen compared to just forty five thousand in the first year of Barack Obama's term. This is obviously they have seen his record of creating jobs to come here for economic opportunity, which I completely understand. But we must have them come through the proper port of entry. So we know who is in our country. As Jenkins place will come and tighter. And a former spokesperson for the Republican party in California. He's day on the BBC.

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"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello. This is David Austin with the BBC news officials in Pakistan denying media reports that Christian woman who was recently cleared in a high profile blasphemy case has left the country us. Yeah. Abebe spent eight years on death row, but a conviction was overturned last week by the supreme court a move which sparks a furious response from Islamic hardliners are South Asia editor Jill mcgivering reports. Pakistani officials have moved quickly to deny reports that baby has already left the country. The information minister accused journalists of being extremely irresponsible. Analysts say the government must handle this case with the utmost care hardliners angrily. Oppose arsia baby's release many human rights groups, see her Harris, a high profile victim of the country's broad Andrew county and blasphemy laws. So the new government faces the daunting challenge of keeping her safe whilst preventing a repeat of the violent protests about her case which have in. Delft Pakistan in the past the Indian government says pollution in the capital Delhi has risen to severe levels. Armed residents set off fireworks to mock devali, the Hindu festival of lights the US embassy in the city, which independently monitors pollution levels said early morning ambient air quality, readings touched five hundred twenty six a reading of fifty or less is considered safe. Local residents described the extent of the problem. Kamchatka the level of pollution is so high that when I go for a walk. I start coughing violently. I cover my face and then walk. Came the pollution level is higher than yesterday. But how can it be stopped? Now the government tries but people don't obey. They said a firecrackers old vehicles on the roads. How long will the police chase after the people should think about this? We should all think about this questions have been raised about the future of the inquiry into Russian interference in the twenty six US election following the sacking of Donald Trump's attorney general Jeff Sessions he'll be temporarily replaced by the chief of staff. Matthew, Whitaker, Trump loyalist? Here's Chris Buckler. Jeff Sessions had recused himself from overseeing the inquiry being led by the special counsel, Robert Miller. However, it's understood the acting attorney general Matthew whisker will take over responsibility for it. And he's previously been publicly critical of the probe several leading Republicans including Susan Collins, and that Romney of my joined democratic senators like Chuck Schumer. To say that the special counsel must be allied to complete his work police in California responding to a mass shooting at a bar outside. Los Angeles, local media say at least thirty shots were fired at the bar in the Thousand Oaks area. There are reports of multiple injuries. It's not clear if anyone was killed. World news from the BBC. Japan's to Schieber cooperation has confirmed its liquidating its British subsidiary new gen that was set up to build a new nuclear power plants in the UK. The decision is a huge blow to the British government's plans to build a new generation of nuclear power plants from Tokyo Rupert Wingfield. Hayes reports Toshiba's decision was widely expected after talks to sell new gen to Korea's nuclear operator KEPCO collapsed in the summit. It is possible. The project could still be salvaged, but one government source quoted by the financial times newspaper said he was not optimistic. The demise of the mall side project is imparted casualty of the collapse of Toshiba's North American nucleus subsidiary in two thousand seventeen that company. Westinghouse Electric declared bankruptcy after massive cost overruns jurors have been selected in New York for the trial of the notorious Mexican. Drug Lord Joaquin Guzman, also known as El Chapo, seven women and five men will decide if Guzman is guilty of eleven charges related to trafficking, money laundering, and firearms. They'll remain anonymous under tight security and be escorted to and from court by US marshals. Researchers say women who smoke have a much greater risk of heart attacks than male smokers. The study led by team at Oxford University found that this is the case even the men in general are more prone to heart attacks in women. They say this study's results should serve as a warning to women about the threat they face if they smoke the electric car maker, tesla has appointed a new chair person to replace the company's founder along musk. She's Robin denim. Who's worked as chief operations officer four straight years largest telecommunications firm Telstra the move scotches speculation that James Murdoch Rupert Murdoch's. Sun might be appointed to the test. Job. That's the latest BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena, Marymount each week one question four expert witnesses and announcer. Rebecca Lawson was a brilliant swimmer. She was on the team at how high school in New Jersey in the US and Simone describes it. She could swim twenty laps of the pool and still have enough air to talk to you when she got out one spring if you years back when Rebecca was seventeen years old. She went on a short trip with her family when she got home. She said she had a sore throat not much to worry about. But the next day it turned into a fever. The doctor thought it was glandular fever the day after that. She went downhill. In hospital. They were given the final diagnosis..

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"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

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05:48 min | 2 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is David Austin with the BBC news officials in Pakistan denying media reports through Christian woman who was recently cleared in a high profile blasphemy case has left the country. I'll see a Abebe spent eight years on death row, but a conviction was I've attend last week by the supreme court a move which sparked a furious response from Islamic hardliners. How South Asia editor Jill mcgivering reports? Pakistani officials have moved quickly to deny reports that E B has already left the country. The information minister accused journalists of being extremely irresponsible. Analysts say the government must handle this case with the utmost care hardliners angrily oppose arsia babies release, many human rights groups, e Harris, a high profile victim of the country's broad Andrew county and blasphemy laws. So the new government faces the daunting challenge of keeping us safe whilst preventing a repeat of the violent protests about her case which have in. Golfed Pakistan in the past the Indian government says pollution in the capital Delhi has risen to severe levels to residents set off fireworks to mock devalue, the Hindu festival of lights the US embassy in the city, which independently monitors pollution levels said early morning ambient air quality, readings touched five hundred twenty six and reading fifty or less is considered safe. Local residents described the extent of the problem Kamchatka, the the level of pollution is so high that when I go for a walk. I start coughing violently. I cover my face and then walk. Welcome. The pollution level is higher than yesterday. But how can it be stopped? Now the government tries but people don't obey. They said a firecrackers old vehicles on the roads. How long will the police chase after them people should think about this? We should all think about this questions have been raised about the future of the inquiry into Russian interference in the twenties. Ecksteen US election following the sacking of Donald Trump's attorney general Jeff Sessions he'll be temporarily replaced by the chief of staff. Matthew, Whitaker, a Trump loyalist? Here's Chris Buckler. Jeff Sessions had recused himself from overseeing the inquiry being led by the special counsel, Robert Miller. However, it's understood the acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will take over responsibility for it. And he's previously being publicly critical of the probe several leading Republicans including Susan Collins and Mitt Romney of my joined democratic senators like Chuck Schumer to say that the special counsel must be allied to complete. Is walk police in California responding to a mass shooting at a bar outside. Los Angeles, local media say at least thirty shots were fired at the bar in Thousand Oaks area. There are reports of multiple injuries. It's not clear if anyone was killed. We'll news from the BBC. Japan's to Sheba corporation has confirmed its liquidating its British subsidiary new gen that was set up to build a new nuclear power plants in the UK. The decision is a huge blow to the British government's plans to build a new generation of nuclear power plants from Tokyo Rupert Wingfield. Hayes reports Toshiba decision was widely expected after talks to sell new gen two careers nuclear operator KEPCO collapsed in the summer. It is possible. The project could still be salvaged, but one government source quoted by the financial times newspaper said he was not optimistic. The demise of the more side project is imparted casualty of the collapse of Toshiba's North American nucleus subsiduary in two thousand seventeen that company. Westinghouse Electric declared bankruptcy after massive cost overruns jurors have been selected in New York for the trial of the notorious Mexican. Drug Lord Joaquin Guzman, also known as El Chapo, seven women and five men will decide if Guzman is guilty of eleven charges related to trafficking, money laundering, and firearms. They'll remain anonymous under tight security and be escorted to and from court by US marshals. Researchers say women who smoke have a much greater risk of heart attacks than male smokers. The study led by team at Oxford University found this is the case even the men in general are more prone to heart attacks than women. They say the study's results should serve as a warning to women about the threat they face if they smoke the electric car maker, tesla has appointed a new chairperson to replace the company's founder, Ilan musk. She's Robin denim. Who's worked as chief operations officer for Australia's largest telecommunications firm Telstra the move scotches speculation that James Murdoch Rupert Murdoch. Sung might be appointed to the test. Job. That's the latest BBC news. You're listening to the inquiry on the BBC World Service with me Helena, merriment each week one question four expert witnesses and answer. Rebecca Lawson was a brilliant swimmer. She was on the team at high school in New Jersey in the US and mum describes it. She could swim twenty laps of the pool and still have enough air to taught he when she got out one spring a few years back when Rebecca was seventeen years old. She went on a short trip with her family when she got home. She said she had a sore throat not much to worry about. But the next day. It turned into a fever. The doctor thought it was glandular fever the day after that. She went downhill. In hospital. They were given the final diagnosis. She had.

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Moon-Kim 3rd Summit to Top Trio of Inter-Korean Events

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Moon-Kim 3rd Summit to Top Trio of Inter-Korean Events

"At advance team of about one hundred South Korean government officials technical staff and reporters has arrived in North Korea to prepare for Tuesday's inter-korean summit meeting. It'll be the third face-to-face encounter this year between the leaders of the two careers, but for the first time, president moon Jae in summit with the North's Kim Jong UN will take place in the capital,

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Justice Department charges North Korean hacker in Sony attack

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Justice Department charges North Korean hacker in Sony attack

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Afghan journalists among at least 20 killed in twin blasts in Shiite area of Kabul

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Afghan journalists among at least 20 killed in twin blasts in Shiite area of Kabul

"Theresa may has said the two men named by prosecutors as suspects in a nerve agent attack in southern England at a Russian military intelligence offices. Prosecutors in Britain said they had enough evidence to charge the two Russian nationals with the attempted murder of the former Russian spies so gates repel and his daughter here sue hemming of the Crown Prosecution Service. We have however attained a European arrest warrant, which means that if always a mom travels to a country where the e w is valid they will be arrested and face extradition on these charges for which there is no statute of limitations. British police named the suspect has Alexander Petrov and Roussillon Bush Eero thought to be aliases. They say the two men spread

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California museum can keep Cranachs looted by Nazis: U.S. appeals court

Red Eye Radio

07:11 min | 3 years ago

California museum can keep Cranachs looted by Nazis: U.S. appeals court

"For. Sure if he's a doctor but he helps us out that's. All we know, that was son Judah we had that sound that must have been an awkward conversation it was Harriet. But this is actually frighteningly common, around half the people claiming to be doctors in India are fake they have. No medical qualifications whatsoever but I've been speaking to the real doctor who's been offering. Thousands of them crash courses in medicine is medicine really something you can. Teach with the crash course that's what I've been trying to find out is a very. Controversial idea crash courses in. Medicine than fake doctors that's coming up a, world hacks. After the knees Hello this is David Austin with the BBC. News intelligence officials in the United States say spy satellites have detected renewed activity at a. North Korean, factory which has in the past produced intercontinental ballistic missiles the reports come just over a month after President Trump said, North Korea no longer posed. A threat following his meeting with the country's. Leader from so here's Laura bicker Steinle satellite images and the. BBC has spoken, to one of the companies analyzing this they say it appears to show vehicles moving in and out. At the site does this break, the words that Kim Jong in made to Donald Trump in Singapore Kim Jong. Il has always said that he would not text another missile he's never said anything. About stopping any building or activity with regards to building nuclear missiles and. Indeed this is a number of US intelligence reports which suggest that North Korea is continuing With its weapons. Program counting has continued overnight in Zimbabwe following Monday's election Zanu PF and the opposition MDC alliance have both been predicting. Victory on social media Andrew Harding is in Harare an election officials have, only confirmed a high turnout. Here in Zimbabwe but on social media the. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and his supporters already declaring victory in contrast Zanu PF officials are insisting that early. Indications from, polling stations around the country showed their party is on track to. Retain power foreign observers said the voting process was peaceful and by-in-large orderly whoever wins, a credible election will go a long way to restoring Zimbabwe's international reputation. I'm lacking foreign investment and debt relief for an impoverished country president Emmerson Mnangagwa said he. Was receiving, extremely positive information on the vote Chinese investigators say a state-owned pharmaceutical company which produce Used sub-standard infant vaccines did so by accident Celia Hatton has the details in a. Brief report China's, state Drug administration blamed faulty equipment used at the Wuhan institute of biological products in. Central China at unevenly distributed. Ingredients in more than four hundred thousand vaccines made last November which, were meant to protect, against a theory tetanus and whooping cough and another case involving. Sub-standard infant, vaccines eighteen people have been arrested at Chang-shang pharmaceutical and private company in eastern China they were accused of falsifying data to bypass. Regulatory scrutiny rescue is in Indonesia have airlifted the last of. More than five hundred stranded hikers of a mountain on the island of Lombok where. They'd been trapped by rockfalls triggered by an earthquake rescue team. Is now waiting with the body of an Indonesian climber who was killed. By a, falling rock world news from the BBC A court in Indonesia has ordered the banning of the country's largest Islamist group Jamaa unsure dollar to finding it guilty of carrying it acts of terrorism and being, linked to the Islamic state group last. Month the group's leader amount of Dirac man was sentenced to. Death for terrorism, Afghan officials say a roadside bomb has destroyed a passenger. Bus in the west, of the country killing at least eleven people and wounding forty others a spokesman for the governor of Farah province had the bus was travelling from harassed to Kabul. When it struck an improvised explosive device he blamed the attack on the Taliban earlier a suicide bomber killed candidate in October's parliamentary elections The former Congolese vice president and ex warlord Jean-Pierre Bemba. Has said he intends to stand for the presidency in elections do this December but will accept the result if, he loses, bender told the BBC that so long as the election was fair he would abide by the result rather than taking up arms as you did before if it is a transparent yes of course election transparent the result there we all respected this story of again. Is over for any fight is through the the voter now that's what. We want, to achieve Mr. Bemba plans to return to the DRC this week from Belgium after, a decade in jail following the quashing of his conviction for war crimes by the international criminal court the US court has ruled that the museum in California can keep to sixteenth century. Masterpieces by the German painter Lucas Curnow the, elder which were looted by the Nazis during the Second World War the life sized panels depicting. Adam and eve had been taken in a forced sale from Jewish art dealer who died shortly afterwards while fleeing, the Netherlands they eventually purchased by the Norton Simon museum in Pasadena BBC news In a village outside of Kolkata. In India there's a tiny concrete building where people go to. Get help well that I'm. A numb, I mean my name is the. Village Dr But here's. The thing Goten isn't a. Doctor at, all he has no medical qualifications He's what some people might call a quack Goten. Above your door it, says, doctor, you've. Got the title doctor. That's actually illegal on you misleading. Your patients hey Johnny mama I know it's illegal and I'm reluctant to do but. If I didn't, call myself Dr the villagers wouldn't, understand what I do. Some people think he's a criminal, he poses a danger to his patience and needs to. Be stopped but this man a real doctor has another idea and it's very controversial so. These people you ask. Me I don't think they are blah, FAS, and they're cheaters they're not, on very clear. In that this are primarily. Ended up aerial informal healthcare workers we call them wildflowers so we've. Taught give, you, tell them hey to give you some education this might work so that. Was, a, beginning Well Hello and welcome to.

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Heat Advisory - Slight Severe Threat North of MSP Today - EF2 Tornado Hits Watford City, North Dakota

BBC World Service

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Heat Advisory - Slight Severe Threat North of MSP Today - EF2 Tornado Hits Watford City, North Dakota

"Online is spilling over into the real world you can profile who arrives where when the expression on their face and who they're with in technical terms wifi and visible information artist to different parts of the same spectrum of information i'm ben hammersley and i'm alex korelsky join us after the news for future proof yourself bbc news with david austin nato leaders have gathered for the second day of their summit in brussels where they'll discuss a plan to fund security forces in afghanistan until twenty twenty four on wednesday president trump called for other members to contribute four percent of their economic output to the alliance japan is still reeling from one of its worst flooding disasters in decades which has killed at least one hundred and seventy nine people and left seventy missing torrential rains triggered landslides and floods in central and western areas an eight million people have been ordered to evacuate their homes longawaited blueprint for britain's relations with the eu will be published today with ministers vowing to deliver a practical and principled brexit the government says the comprehensive vision for future trade and cooperation is aimed at ensuring global trade deals and no hard border in northern ireland a lawyer for the american adult film actress chris stormy daniels says she's been arrested while performing at a strip club he said she was the victim of the setup has daniels attorney michael ever naughty said she'd been arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch it unknown sexual way this daniels is involved in a court battle with donald trump over an alleged sexual encounter which he denies the colombian government says three investigators have been killed by dissident members of the farc which is disbanded as a militant group columbia's chief prosecutor said the investigators had been returning from an operation which targeted drug traffickers near the border with ecuador hungry rats has been blamed for a power failure during a major panic forming in australia dancers and the audience were plunged into darkness during the second half of the australian ballets production of sleeping beauty in adelaide two thousand audience members had to be evacuated by torchlight that's the latest bbc news.

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British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

BBC World Service

04:48 min | 3 years ago

British regulator to fine Facebook over data protection breaches

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news china has warned that the trump administration's plan to raise import duties on a further two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese products will hurt american interests as well as china and the rest of the world the chinese commerce ministry said it was shocked by the us announcement andrew walker reports the us took the first step in this confrontation with new tarasov thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods beijing responded immediately with similar measures president trump in turn has asked his administration to prepare for tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of imports from china beijing described mr trump's actions as unacceptable bullying and said they would hurt us interests how china will respond is unclear it cannot directly match the latest tariffs proposed by washington because it does not import enough american goods but it could take action that makes it harder for american businesses operating in china president trump has gone into a nato summit in brussels saying it's not fair to the american taxpayer the us allies have been paying too little into the defense block for decades mr trump said the forty billion dollars of increased contributions since he came to office was not nearly enough he's years back where delinquent the united states so if you go back ten or twenty years you're just edit all outfits massive amounts of money is the united states has and stepped up like nobody he praised the nato secretary general jens stoltenberg working very hard on the problem mr stoltenberg acknowledged that other nato members had to spend more on defense but said that was exactly what they were doing a spanish daiva who helped save twelve boys from flooded cave in thailand has said the youngsters were given drugs to calm them down before that dramatic rescue the thai prime minister prior to turn also said medication was used although it's not clear how aware the boys were is they came through flooded passageways the head of the thai navy seals rear admiral arp according you can do said at it i didn't think the mission to say the boys would succeed what else we didn't think that we could do this we had a little bit of hope that they might still be alive but we just had to move forward there was only a tiny bit of hope but that's all we had to work with and in the end that tiny bit of hope became a reality a senior united nations official says it's been a marked rise in the forced recruitment and abduction of children by armed groups in the democratic republic of congo the genia gamba the special representative of the un secretary general for children in armed conflict said children as young as one year old had been abducted she said they were often used as forced labor or sex slaves will news from the bbc in the past few minutes a court in germany has found neo nazi sympathizer schaper guilty of ten counts of murder and sentenced to life the court in munich was ruling on the case of a neo nazi gang involved in a string of racist dating back to two thousand prosecutors say bart chapa was part of the national socialist underground cell which killed nine turkish greek born emigrants under german policewoman over seven years britain's data protection watchdog says it intends to reveal a record fine on facebook of five hundred thousand dollars or more than six hundred and fifty thousand dollars dollars for breaching uk data laws the british information commissioner's office said the social media giant had failed to save car people's information will be transparent about how the details of eighty seven million users were harvested rory kathryn jones reports the information commissioner began an inquiry into the use of data in political campaigns over a year ago about acquired a new focus when the scandal broke over how cambridge analytica acquired the details of eighty seven million facebook users now the regulator intends to levy a record five hundred thousand pound fine on facebook for failing to safeguard people's information or be transparent about how it was collected the firm ken now argue for a lower penalty a deadline expires today for almost two thousand refugees from namibia who fled to neighboring botswana over be twenty years twenty years ago to agree to voluntary repatriation the botswana authorities say they intend to go ahead with repatriating displaced people who originate from namibia caprivi strip rupert murdoch's twentyfirstcentury century fox has increased its bid for sky tv as it fights for control of the company fox's new offer values.

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Axios Media Trends - July 10, 2018

BBC World Service

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Axios Media Trends - July 10, 2018

"Fabu moon and gabriel bar at twin brothers who work in an identical artistic field the world of comic books based in brazil they've now found fame all over the world they produce their work in a shared studio with the desks opposite each other painstakingly creating whole world's in a series of drawings join me camilla costa for in the studio after the news as i meet fabio and gabriel in wash them at work bbc news with david austin china says it's shocked by us plans for further tariffs on chinese goods worth two hundred billion dollars beijing caused the measures completely unacceptable and warns they'll hurt america's own interests as well as those of china and the rest of the world president trump has joining other nato leaders at a summit in belgium after renewing his criticism of america's european allies he's accused eu nations of failing to spend enough on their defense and leaving it to the us thai health officials say the twelve young footballers who were rescued from a flooded cave system role in good health despite losing around two kilograms each in wait the officials said the boys showed no signs of stress of their twoweek ordeal rupert murdoch's twenty first century fox has increased its bid for sky tv at fights for control of the company fox's new offer values the british paytv business at thirty two billion dollars and pizza bid from.

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Nissan admits to more testing misconduct for cars sold in Japan

BBC Newshour

03:58 min | 3 years ago

Nissan admits to more testing misconduct for cars sold in Japan

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news four more people have been pulled out of a flooded cave network in northern thailand on the second day ever dramatic rescue operation the individuals were carried out on stretches from the tamdan cave complex bbc teams have seen ambulances flying away from the caves ambulances arrive at a hospital in the nearby city of chiang rai for boys where rescued on sunday and patients is outside the hospital this has been a roller coaster of emotions and people are expecting or hoping for good news in terms of the boys behind me they were four of them were brought here yesterday according to tie officials daring good health they haven't been reunited with their families officials are saying that the cats in quarantine there is some suggestion that perhaps they made meet their families later on in the day they'll be able to see them but perhaps they will be able to touch them because they're fearful or perhaps they may have picked up on the disease factions inside back cave ethiopia and eric trae have declared officially that the state of war that existed between them is over the leaders of the two countries signed the joint declaration in the era and capital asmara here's africa editor mary harper a few months ago this would have been unimaginable with intransigent leaders ethiopia and era seemed permanently locked in hostilities but ethiopia's new prime minister ahmed changed all that by seeding disputed territory to era trailer as recommended by an international boundary commission that opened the floodgates for change and now the two countries have agreed to restore multiple links including in transport telecommunications and diplomacy the japanese maker nissan has admitted the data concerning exhaust emissions has been falsified it most of its factories in japan promised take appropriate action to avoid similar mistakes in the future russell pablo has the details says it discovered data on emissions was falsified when it was investigating several procedures following an order by the japanese government to look into misconduct by staff in the final inspection of cars the company said the tests on exhaust emissions and fuel economy a dvd from the prescribed testing environment but it hasn't revealed how many cars were involved in the offering of data or if it involved vehicles manufactured outside japan this set a full and comprehensive investigations being carried out to find out the causes of the misconduct and it will implement appropriate countermeasures based on the results the supreme court in india has upheld the death penalty for three men convicted for the gang rape and murder of a young woman in delhi in twenty twelve the attack against jodi sing on a public bus sparked an outcry across india and prompted the introduction of tougher laws and penalties for crimes against women world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake immigrant activists want answers afro brooklyn couple was detained while trying to visit their daughter and soninlaw at the fort drum military base on july fourth daniel altschuler heads civic engagement from make the road new york he says the case is similar to that of the undocumented man arrested in june while delivering pizza to a military base in brooklyn eater folks who've been to before presented the same forms of identification in the past the difference this time is military officials decided to question their identity telemundo forty seven reported that concepcion and margarito silva had shown their new york city issued id cards but we're asked for more documents customs and border protection spokesperson says they admitted to being illegally here and are now what did the tension center near buffalo summertime for subway riders means the occasional car where the air condition is broken but wnyc's gwynne hogan reports that the one train has the worst the.

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Apply law to war crimes: Kuwait - Syria hits south - ARAB TIMES

After Hours With Amy Lawrence M

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Apply law to war crimes: Kuwait - Syria hits south - ARAB TIMES

"The world's largest migrant population three and a half million syrians have fled civil war to arrive in turkey but they face discrimination and depressed wages thousands of children also among the most exploiting just see me as child is represent a lost generation that's in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin symboblic as president emmerson mnangagwa's says he suspects a group which supported the former first lady grace mugabe whose behind the recent attempt on his life speaking to the bbc he stressed he had evidence yet and was waiting for the police to arrest and question suspects i tim seized from six residences linked to the former malaysian prime minister naci brazil and his wife had been valued at some two hundred and seventy million dollars the lease headey sees twelve thousand pieces of jewellery more than four hundred watches and nearly six hundred handbags army radio in somalia is reporting that the leader of the jihadist group are shebab has died the radio quoted an army colonel is saying that shake made aku a breakthrough beta died in the southern town of jilib after suffering from cancer somali and kenyan media previously reported that shakoor beta was suffering from a severe kidney problem and had been bedridden for the past seven months a judge in california has ruled that all families of illegal immigrants separated at the us border must be reunited within thirty days the judge said children under five must be packed with their parents within fourteen days the czech president militia xenon is appointed andrey baptish is head of a new administration it's the second time the controversial politician has tried to form a government since his party took the largest share of the vote in last october's elections one of the main opposition leaders in the democratic republic of congo last cartoon be is going on tryon along side six other people mr catoon is accused of recruiting foreign mercenaries in two thousand fifteen after falling out with president kabila south korean officials say young men are using a wide variety of tactics to dodge two years of mandatory military service including feigning insanity and obtaining full body tattoos bbc news welcome to business daily here on the bbc world service my name's ed butler today off two important elections here.

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"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bbc news with david austin the burmese general accused of leading the violent campaign against the roe hinge minority has been removed from his post the army's had mung so have been sacked because he'd shown weakness in the face of what it called militant mahindra attacks but the move came just hours after the eu put him on a sanctions list the international chemical weapons watchdog is discussing a proposal to increase it's powers britain wants the opcw to be able to apportion blame for chemical weapons attacks like the ones in syria at bbc correspondent says britain hopes this will allow them to be condemned without russia stopping the moves like it does at the un united states border security says it will stop handing over illegal migrants with children for prosecution the move appears to contradict statements by other officials who said the controversial zero tolerance policy is still in place days after an explosion killed two people at an election rally political parties in zimbabwe assigning it pledge to resolve their differences peacefully next month the country holds its first elections since the fall of robert mugabe the syrian army is said to be advancing and the southwestern darah province the army and its allies of trying to drive opposition forces from the region the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies in spain during the franco era is appearing in court today the retired kind of colleges had valer is accused of crimes committed in the nineteen sixties the children were taken from their parents for political or religious reasons scholars have discovered evidence of trade links between europe and indonesia or even australia in the thirteenth century illustrations of a bird from the region the australasian cockatoo have been found in a manuscript that once belonged to emperor frederick the second bbc news.

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Malaysia bars scandal-ridden ex-leader from leaving country

BBC World Service

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Malaysia bars scandal-ridden ex-leader from leaving country

"Me the week when argentina woo the imf when peaceful revolution brought new leadership when also be looking at the link between your favorite ice cream and illegal traffickers in tropical hardwood trade was also used to launder money from trafficking of raw wood and a new job at ninety two how malaysia's new old leader returned to office all that after this hello this is david austin with the bbc news malaysia former prime minister najib razak has been banned from leaving the country after his shock defeat in the country's general election last week mr jeep who's been implicated in a corruption scandal had said he wanted to short holiday after the campaign and was booked onto a flight to indonesia michael bristow is our asia pacific editor corruption scandal actually originates in malaysia and has ac sets up a phone call one md be in order to sort of green vestment and that's what he said to malaysia and fund all kinds of projects the americans quite dramatically said that actually about four billion dollars worth of that fund at gone missing and it implicated najib razak in that scandal separately he's also been accused of having about seven hundred million us dollars in his bank account he said it was the saudi royal family the executive director of the world food program has called on.

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Tiger Woods 'got away from the game' after Masters, trying new irons

The Mark Levin Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Tiger Woods 'got away from the game' after Masters, trying new irons

"Judge isn't federal prosecutor is heading to the border in response to a caravan of immigrants camped out just outside the us eighteen immigration judges are heading to the us mexico border to deal with asylum claims being made by central americans travelling in that so called caravan attorney general jeff sessions says dozens of assistant us attorneys are also moving to the border to prosecute illegal entry cases with sending a message worldwide don't come illegally make your claim to enter america and the lawful white and white your term session says the migrants are being treated well especially children but adds it is not his problem when people try to force their way into the us unlawfully in washington jared halpern fox news boy out of boy scouts boy scouts of america says the program or eleven to seventeen year olds will become scouts be as a starting next year the new name meant to be a welcome sign for girls who will start joining the program next year tiger woods ready to hit the pg torah gander finishing in thirty second at the masters last month tiger woods took a three day break and then went ten days without touching a golf club three weeks off the major at augusta national tigers ready to return to the pga tour in the wells fargo championship on thursday after a proam round wednesday would says he's feeling good after much needed rest i've played a lot of golf heading into augusta and more golf than i thought i would be able to play and because this is all new and it was nice to shutdown reflect the forty two year old golf star begins the week ranked ninety third in the world matt napolitano fox news family of george michael asking fans remove flowers photos and other tributes left outside the singers to homes in a post and michael's website his father sisters and friend david austin say they were touched by the tributes but felt they couldn't ask neighbors to continue to accept them as normality george michael died in december twenty sixteen lisa lacerra.

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North Korea nuclear test site to close in May, South Korea says

BBC World Service

01:12 min | 3 years ago

North Korea nuclear test site to close in May, South Korea says

"Up south korea says that north korea has promised to close its nuclear test site next month and to adjust its time zone to match the south what are kim jones motives part of kim jong un's efforts to show that he is a very different guy than his father that he's a very different leader in that he's comfortable and willing to make these concessions as small as they may be in the larger scheme of things also your un security council team meets row hindu refugees and bangaldesh and here with me for the whole program are my two guests catherine barnard professor of european union law and employment law at cambridge university and james rogers head of international journalism studies at city university in london that's here on weekend but first the world news hello this is david austin with the bbc news south korea says the north has promised to close its nuclear test site next month and has invited foreign experts and journalists to witness the event so says the undertaking came during friday's summit between the two countries leaders pyongyang had already announced the test site would close down laura bicker is in seoul it seems that kim jong and has even been looking at news reports saying that his name spent last week to close the nuclear test site was met with some skepticism because many people had said well hang on a second there were reports that it was badly damaged during a test last september what he's saying is no it's not bodily damaged and when we dismantle it i will allow us and south korean experts and crucially the media and envoys from the united nations security council visiting hindu refugee camps in bangladesh today the traveling to cox's bazar home to nearly seven hundred thousand muslim or hindu who federal state in myanmar eight months ago after a violent military crackdown nick beak is in young gun is significant that.

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"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"You'll come back and listen to now music here on us bon gala hello this is david austin with the bbc news aid workers in syria save five hundred people with urgent medical needs must be evacuated from a besieged rebelheld and clave on the outskirts of damascus the un humanitarian adviser and egland said not a single person had left the eastern gutu district in two months men with power a sitting with lists of ed children that are in urgent need of being evacuated if not they will many of them die and we still do not have the green light it is true that there is fighting on both sides and a lot of insecurity but we are convinced that we can do the evacuation if we get green light from the government we can then negotiate com with both sites the british prime minister theresa may says she's very clear the president trump was wrong to re tweet videos from a british farright group she insisted london and washington would continue their enduring relationship her embassador to washington his tweeted the british people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the farright the oil exporters group opec has agreed to extend curbs on production until the end of next year the current limits imposed in an effort to boost the price of crude doyle had been due to expire at the end of march and now seeking the support of key nonmember countries that export oil notably russia uh economics correspondent andrew walker reports it's a year since opec which includes saudi arabia agreed with russia and other oil exporters to limit production the price of crude oil is about thirty percent high in part as a result of that agreement reports from vienna where the group is meeting say that opec has agreed to extend the deal for nine months that continuing the discussions with the other nations most observers expect consensus will they russia is thought to have concerns that it might lead to more production from the shiloh business in the united states which is not involved in the curbs the american television presenter matt lauer has issued an apology for his alleged sexual misconduct since he was sacked his cohosts of the today brek his chou after accusations from a female colleague nbc news said it had received at least two further complaints from washington his regina vijit enough for more than two decades matt lauer was one of america's top knees personalities the face of nbc's breakfast show he was watched by millions every morning and was one of.

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"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go and kqe ifm north highlands sacramento coming up after the chinese it's well tax the show where we meet the people around the globe her during the very best to solve some big problem this week with king troublesome teens overall the how iceland has transformed its teens from troublesome to tremendous us a bit of a mouthful of william boards on all will harriet twenty years ago i said this real problem with youth binge drinking and drugtaking but it's completely different now so lost twenty years is gone from about forty percent of teenagers got drunk in the last month to just five percent while have huge drawing up how how did they do it just on all sorts of things which i took on the program tell you one thing which is that in schools all the parents ashley make a promise and a sign of judge about how they're going to raise their children of the coming year that's one of the things we're doing wow that's and much more off the bbc needs hello this is david austin with the bbc news the iranian red crescent says sunday's earthquake in the west of the country which killed more than four hundred people also destroyed twelve thousand residential buildings and red crescent officials had relief supplies were being distributed she said iran didn't require foreign help thousands of people have spent a second night in near freezing conditions rami ruehe higher reports the iranian authorities say they are unlikely to find any more survivors the gold of rescue operations in the kermanshah province the worst hit by the quake thousands of people are without homes some of them in caps and others out in the open jonathan gould of the injured many have been made of the lebanon 438 meant across the border in iraq there was much less death and destruction but authorities of advice is the hundreds to leave their homes because they are at risk of collapse there are now scrambling to provide them with shelter while a study extent of damage to their homes president trump has left the philippines following a fivenation tour of east asia before leaving manila he said he told his hosts the united states is willing to increase trade the deals as he put it had to be fair and reciprocal all countries dealing with us no that changed he tweeted the u n secretary general antonio cherish has met.

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"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news a huge relief operation is getting underway in the us state of florida after its battering by hurricane alma which has now been downgraded to a tropical storm search and rescue teams is starting to move through the worst affected areas the authorities the beginning to assess the damage is an indication that the destruction may not be as bad as feared after insurance talks with exposure to florida rose sharply speaking at a ceremony at the pentagon to mark the sixteen th anniversary of the september the eleventh attacks president trump promised hurricane victims they would not be abandoned these are norms of catastrophic severity and we're marshalling the full resources of the federal government to help our fellow americans in florida alabama georgia texas louisiana tennessee and all of those wonderful places and states and harm's way pope francis has said the recent hurricane should make peace and understand the need to address the threat of climate change speaking to reporters as he flew to the vatican from colombia the pope said those who denied the science on global warming would be judged by history he said humanity would go down if it did not change course everyone had a moral responsibility to do that part hundreds of thousands of catalans a rallying in paul luna in support of a planned independence referendum that spain central government has vowed worms happen last week spain's constitutional court place to legal block on the referendum showed yield to take place on the first of all ctober danny eberhardt reports the crowds packed one of barcelona's may avenues in the sunshine amid a blaze of the loan starred yellow and red striped flags used to denote independence the mood celebrate tree on catalonia's designated national day but the message of independence was hammered hug defiantly.

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"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"The way of doing things or is it a sign of an emerging investment babu plus you've probably heard of the gig economy where what's going on in the online gig economy the global market for freelance work done via the net a lot of the sort of tax that you see on line in in blogs and productive scripture ends and and so and actually a lot of that interesting liz ridden in these englishspeaking african countries must special guest is the silicon valleybased journalist allison van dig learn host the fresh dialogues podcast stay listening i'll be back after the news hello this is david austin with the bbc news poland's senate has backed an overhaul of the supreme court despite street protests and international warnings that the independence of the judiciary will be undermined the government argues the judicial system is inefficient and sometimes corrupt adam eastern reports from warsaw senate has completed parliamentary approval for reforms that will transform poland's courts the legislation gives parliament and the justice minister control over the appointment of judges to both the supreme and common courts critics say it gives the governing lauren justice party the tools to appoint judges who was sympathetic to which program the european commission has warned it will launch sanctions against warsaw next week lodged daily street protests in cities across poland looked likely to continue the philippine congress has approved president to turkey's request to extend martial law on the southern island of mindanao now after meeting a special weekend session the army has been fighting islamist militants in the city of marawi since may steve jackson reports president deter taste says martial law is vital to give the security forces the tools they need to crush the insurgency morale we fighting between government forces in the militants has killed more than five hundred people since may but the president's critics accuse him of breaching the constitution and vote for terry anisim protest as briefly disrupted the session unfurling banners and shouting 'never again to martial law is a hugely sensitive issue in the philippines where many people still recall the brutal military rule of the late hardline the president ferdinand marcos in the 1970s and 80s medecins sans frontiers says it's reopened a small medical clinic in the.

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"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"At the end of this year and whether he'll completes his term as south africa's president is uncertain as allegations of cronyism and corruption pile up around his government my guest today is to lead might on sailor south africa's public protector until late last year unconsented routes the coalition of inquiry his notes clinton said it's not about the fate that's i routes this states kept had reports the concern is that the uncertainty end this suspicious have created a sitin level the dysfunctionality became the executive he so some ministers being dismissed including the whistle pula inches tentatively the is is that enable of animosity that to leave my sailor on hardtalk after the news hello this is david austin with the bbc news has been intense fighting overnight in the iraqi city of mosul as government forces tried to recapture the last district held by the islamic state group the iraqi military says with two attempts by the militants to counterattack using a large number of suicide bombers different parts of the city order gearan is in mosul they trade care here on the ground that these are the dying days of the socalled islamic state in most so there's been a very obvious and very strong uptick in the tempo in recent days yesterday i would say we must have hired close to twenty airstrikes taking place we certainly hard moreover nice helicopter gunships were in action over the city pounding i asked targets we've heard a great deal of mortar fire what iraqi counterterrorism forces are saying is that the area that remains to be taken is just too bad onesquaremile in colombia divers searching for the sixteen passenger is still missing after a boat carrying more than one hundred fifty people sank at a popular tourist resort president juan manuel santos whose visited the reservoir outside got ta pay said six people had drowned revising down figures given by local officials the troubled japanese autoparts company to qatar has an ons that it's filed for bankruptcy protection in japan and the united states defective air back inflators made by the tokyobased.

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"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"david austin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Hello this is david austin with the bbc news countries rich and poor have been investing the decision by president trump to pull the united states out of the global agreement on combating climate change the group of the world's forty eight least developed countries accused mr trump have showing disregard for millions of lives china the european union china and india have restated their commitment to the 2015 paris accord which is intended to limit global temperature rises the indian prime minister narendra modi said his country respected the natural world why the cia climate protection is very important to us as we feel that exploitation of nature is a crime i'm this is part of us and this is part of our philosophy and hence we absolutely do not accept exploitation of nature we can only milk nature and we have no right beyond that henson in the manufacturing sector we are looking at the theory defect zero effect scheme president trump's economic advisor gary cohn has said the decision to withdraw from the treaty allows the us to keep its options open to get the most competitive cheapest energy the secretary of state rex tillerson said the us had a strong recorded reducing greenhouse gas emissions david shook men has been looking at the potential impact to president trump's decision for donald trump the key objection to the paris agreement is that it's unfair that it obliges american industries to endure higher costs for energy the net competitors abroad this is music to the ears of the us coal industry which is felt under attack from environmentalists so what does america's departure mean for rising temperatures scientists to trying to calculate the the effects and they say that if california new york and other states continue to go green as they promise the overall impact might not be that severe but of course the political impact of the world's biggest economy stepping out of this process may be far greater david shook men president putin has cooled allegations that russia helped donald trump win the white house harmful chatter and flatly denied that the been a secret deal between moscow and the president.

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