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"The switch to electric cars and trucks. I'm Del Walters. It's 52 degrees, looks four like o 'clock. This is CBS News On The Hour presented by indeed I'm Matt Piper. Israel's military announced intensified strikes on Hamas -controlled Gaza ahead of a planned ground invasion, and that comes as the Pentagon says it's bolstering defenses in the Middle East over escalations by Iran and its allies. The BBC's David Harper. Secretary of Defense Austin Lloyd said the move would help protect Israel and US troops. He said he was making an unspecified of number additional soldiers ready to deploy. The United States has also sent a significant amount of naval power including aircraft carriers to the Middle East in recent weeks. Tanks and other military equipment have rolled closer to the border Gaza. with CBS's Roxana Sabir is in Tel Aviv. Israel announced it's stepping up its bombardment of Gaza and says it finalized plans to expand its operations. Signs of a much anticipated ground incursion which could complicate the return of more hostages. And along Israel's northern border with Lebanon, Israeli forces again exchanged fire with Hezbollah. The powerful Iran -backed militia there. An Israeli -American reserve soldier was killed in the skirmishes. A leader of a Detroit synagogue with political ties was stabbed to death and found outside of her home. CBS News Detroit's with Terrell Bailey more on the death of Samantha Wall. Detroit mayor Mike Duggan saying in part Sam's loss has left a Riley. In case there is a number of colleagues here out in Detroit that worked whole in the Detroit community. This entire city joins with her family and friends in morning, her family and friends that we have lost someone so dedicated to serving others in such a senseless act. A break in the case of the fatal shooting of a Maryland judge. CBS's Adriana Diaz. Police searching for the killer of a Maryland judge found a vehicle belonging to the suspect. Judge Andrew Wilkinson was shot dead in the driveway outside his home Thursday, allegedly by Pedro Argote. The shooting happened just hours after the judge presided over a hearing in the suspects divorce trial granting his wife custody of their four children. Argote is still out there though. Striking actors set to return to the bargaining table with the major Hollywood studios on Tuesday. But some new guidelines, especially about Halloween, are raising eyebrows. Tina Patel with CBS News Los Angeles. Because actors are not supposed to promote any struck work right now, SAG -AFTRA put out guidelines some for Halloween asking members not to dress like characters from current movies like Barbie. Some say the union shouldn't be worried about small issues like that. They say their focus should be getting back to the bargaining table and getting everybody back to work. That work stoppage has now topped 100 days. The WGA strike lasted about 150. This is CBS News. If you need to hire, need Indeed. you Because Indeed's all -in -one hiring solution helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates all from place, visit indeed .com slash credit. It's 4 a .m sunday october 22nd it's 52 degrees dry and windy later highs near 60. Good morning, I'm Rich Hunter. The top local stories were following this hour. The manhunt continues for Pedro Argoite. He's the suspect in the shooting death
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"I can stand. A former daycare worker is sentenced to prison for abusing children in her care. I'm Tech Liana. Good morning, it is now 1am. This is CBS News On The Hour presented by indeed .com. I'm Matt Piper. The Pentagon is deploying additional assets to the Persian Gulf in response to the war in the Middle East. The BBC's David Harper, Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin said the move would help protect Israel and US troops. He said he was making an unspecified number of additional soldiers ready to deploy. The United States has also sent a significant amount of naval power including aircraft carriers to the Middle East in recent weeks. The Israeli military is preparing for the next wave of its response to the Hamas attack. Tanks and other military equipment have rolled closer to the border with Gaza. Correspondent Roxana Saberi is in Tel Aviv. Israel announced it's stepping up its bombardment of Gaza says and it finalised plans to expand its operations, signs of a much anticipated ground incursion which could complicate the return of more hostages. And along Israel's northern border with Lebanon, Israeli forces again exchanged fire with Hezbollah, the powerful Iran -backed militia there. An Israeli -American reserve soldier was killed in the skirmishes. A prominent leader of a Detroit synagogue with political ties was fatally stabbed to death and found outside her home. CBS News Detroit's Pharrell Elie with more on the death of Samantha Wall. Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan saying in part Sam's loss has left a hole in the Detroit community. This entire city joins with her family and friends in mourning her tragic death. And representative Alyssa Slotkin who WOAL previously worked for said, my heart aches that we have lost someone so dedicated to serving others in such a senseless act. A break in the of case the fatal shooting of a Maryland judge. Here's correspondent Adriana Diaz. Police searching for the killer of a Maryland judge found a vehicle belonging to the suspect. Judge Andrew Wilkinson was shot dead in the driveway outside his home Thursday, allegedly by Pedro Argote. The shooting happened just hours after the the judge presided over a hearing in the suspect's divorce trial granting his wife custody of their four children. And Argote is still out there. Striking actors are set to return to the bargaining table with the major Hollywood studios and streamers on Tuesday, but some new guidelines about the SAG -AFTRA union? Well, it's written some eyebrows. Tina Patel is with CBS News Los Angeles. Because actors are not supposed to promote any struck right work now, SAG -AFTRA put out some guidelines for Halloween asking members not to dress like characters from current movies like Barbie. Some say the union shouldn't be worried about small issues like that. They say their focus should be getting back to the bargaining table and getting everybody back to work. Well, the SAG -AFTRA at stoppage work has now topped 100 days. This is CBS News. You need to hire? Indeed is with you every step of the way. Helping you attract, interview and hire candidates all from one place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. Thanks It's 1 .03 a .m. Sunday, October 22nd. It's 54 degrees. Shower early, dry Good morning, I'm Rich Hunter. The top local stories were following this hour. The search continues
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"I'm surprised at what he saw at the security check -in. Right now it looks pretty good. I'd worse. expect Lori it Bedard of Long Island was headed to Chicago for her niece's wedding and trying to hold on to her as long as possible. Absolutely. Always sad. Summer's great but it's not over yet. The Authority Port expects 2 .3 million passengers to pass through its airports over the long holiday weekend. Marla Diamond for CBS News, New York. As masks get more and more rare and all those people and airplanes and trains, it's kind of easy to forget about COVID -19. But it is far from gone and officials are now keeping a close eye on a new variant. With cases on the rise some retailers are running out of tests. Walgreens tells CBS News we are seeing greater demand which may cause temporary and isolated shortages. In Los Angeles cases have doubled in the last month with nursing homes hit hard. There have only been a few times in the past year and a half when we saw this many new outbreaks in skilled nursing And these were during the previous summer and winter surges. In New Jersey, one in four nursing homes are reporting an outbreak correspondent Elaine Quijano. Two prominent members of the far right Proud boys learned their prison sentences for their roles in the January 6, 2021 riot at the Capitol. Willie James Inman reports. Dominic Pozzola has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his actions on January 6. The Proud Boys member was the first to breach the U .S. Capitol using a police riot shield to smash a window. In court Friday, the 46 year old was near tears telling the judge he had given up politics in a plea for leniency. But as he was taken out of the courtroom, Pozzola raised his fist and shouted, Trump won, haha, you all know it. The other Proud member Boy who led the group from Trump's speech that day to the Capitol was sentenced to 18 years in prison. In East Asia, the South military Korean says North Korea has fired several cruise missiles into the sea off its west coast. South Korea's Chiefs Joint of Staff said they were analyzing the launches which took place early on Saturday morning. It comes just days after the North fired two ballistic missiles into the sea in a display of anger over joint maneuvers between the South States. and The the United BBC's David Harper and less than two weeks after a successful uncrewed landing near the South polar region of the moon, India launches another flashy space mission, one called North Korea and once told many folks along the way. As a teacher, I should know the answers but with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, answers don't come easy. The steroids made my gut feel better but they brought symptoms and risks of their own. A friend told me about the Crohn's and colitis foundation and they helped me find a specialist. We talked through the pros and cons and landed on a new treatment. I like feel the guy with answers again. So wait, make sure you have the latest info and the best plan for you. Spill Your
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"The security check -in. Right now it looks pretty good, I'd expect it worse. Lori Island Bedard was headed of Long to Chicago for her niece's wedding and trying to hold on to summer as long as possible. Absolutely. Always sad. Summer's great, but it's not over yet. The Port Authority expects 2 million passengers to pass through its airports over the long holiday weekend. Marla Diamond CBS News, New York As masks get more and more rare and all those people are in airplanes and trains, it's kind of easy to forget COVID -19. Well, it's far from gone and officials are keeping a close eye on a new variant. With cases on the rise, some retailers are running out of tests. Walgreens tells CBS News, we are seeing greater demand which may cause temporary and isolated shortages. In Los Angeles, Marla Diamond CBS News. We saw this many new outbreaks in skilled nursing facilities. And these were during the previous summer and winter surges. In New Jersey, one in four nursing homes are reporting an outbreak. CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano. In a federal courthouse in Washington, two prominent members of the far -right Proud Boys learned their prison sentences for their roles in the January 6, 2021 assault on the Capitol to try to prevent the certification of President Biden's election victory over then President Donald Trump. Correspondent James Willie Inman. Dominic Pozzola has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his actions on January 6. The Proud Boys member was the first to breach the U .S. Capitol using a police crash window. In court Friday, the 46 -year -old was near tears telling the judge he had given up politics in a plea for leniency. But as he was taken out of the courtroom, Pozzola raised his fist and shouted, Trump won, haha, you all know it. The other Proud Boy member who led the group from Trump's speech that day to the Capitol was sentenced to 18 years in prison in East Asia. The South military Korean says North Korea has fired several cruise missiles into the sea off its west coast. South Korea's Chiefs Joint of Staff said they were analyzing the launches which took place early on Saturday morning. It comes just days after the fired North two ballistic missiles into the sea in a display of anger over joint maneuvers between the South and the United States. That is the BBC's David Harper and this is CBS News. When you think of hiring, think of Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring system helps you attract, interview, and hire candidates all in the same place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. Hey Joe, I thought you were retired. on Living a fixed income is tough, so here I am, an essential worker. I know, I mean food prices are going up every day. Thank goodness for benefitscheckup .org. Benefits what? Benefitscheckup .org. It's a free website where people over 60 can find help to pay for food, medicine,
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"Move into Southern California Sunday afternoon. It looks like a as kind of mid -tier tropical storm when it crosses the border into Southern California. And that prediction has now moved to tomorrow morning. Thousands are evacuating in British Columbia because wildfire, of a including Nikki Goyer and her fiance. Feel the Oh my God. This is Canada's worst wildfire season on record. death toll The currently stands at 114 after wildfires on Maui. CBS's Jordan Segundo has more on the investigation today. The focus is not on the rebuild process, but instead on helping people who lost everything. State Representative Ellie Cochran represents West Maui. She says the government's response has been poor, but local residents have been stepping up despite the circumstances. Been delivering all this stuff here as the hub for this community that's still intact. Got to be grateful for our lives, you know, I'm grateful that homes are still here, but when I look that way, it's just really sad. There was another Russian missile attack on northern Ukraine, the BBC's David Harper. The acting mayor of the Ukrainian city of Chernihiv has condemned a deadly Russian missile attack on a theatre as yet another war crime against civilians. The UN has described it as heinous. The ballistic missile killed at least seven people. Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky called it a terrorist attack. More than 100 were also hurt. French architect Jean -Louis Georgelain has died after a likely hiking accident. He was facing the restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris after a fire. This is what he said about the project in 2019. We want to restore this cathedral as it was built in the Middle Age. This is CBS News. Staples stores Provide innovative products and services for small business, remote workers and learners, even teachers and parents. Explore more at your local Staples store. It's 703, it's Saturday, the 19th day of August 2023. It's 81 degrees outside, down to the 60s overnight. A good night to open those windows. Good Saturday evening. I'm Del Walter as the top local stories were following for you at this hour. A reminder from the Prince George's Health County Department after that discovery of a case of malaria in
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"Sparked nationwide unrest there. Arlene Cobbs in Paris. Many took advantage of the chaos to spree, go on a looting attacking clothing and other stores. The government sent riot police to Marseille and to Bordeaux in the southwest to back up local law enforcement and many proposed curfews. The rapid spread of protests across France took the authorities by surprise. Marseille on the Mediterranean coast is at the other end of the country from the scene of deadly the police shooting on Tuesday in the Paris suburb of Nanterre. Now to Ukraine where Russia launched a drone attack on that country 16 months after the war began. The BBC's David Harper reports. Ukrainian military officials say it seems the air defense systems destroyed all targets on their approach. There is no immediate information about the scale of the attack. The Kiev region and a number of other regions in central and eastern Ukraine were under air raid alerts for about an hour after 2am local time. Now to the US, the July 4th a weekend holiday is here but are you traveling? With the summer travel season now in high gear many Americans have decided to stay put given gas prices and inflation. At these prices it's difficult to go anywhere Basically driving is only need to be basis you know not doing anything extra. Average gas prices are down a dollar and a half a gallon from a year ago but airfares and hotel rates are up considerably. Jim Krysalis, CBS News, Gallup Police, Ohio. There are excessive heat warnings in places across the country including California. The National Weather Service says there's a significant increase in the potential for heat related illnesses particularly for those working or participating in outdoor activities. KCBS TV's Joy Benedict is in Valencia we had triple digit temperatures and for the first time it felt hotter than maybe triple digits did last summer simply because we haven't seen it in a while here at the ballpark up here in Valencia and had a lot of folks seeking the shade while still trying to catch a little bit of the action of the game. The CEO of United Airlines is apologizing for jumping on a private plane this week while thousands of his airlines customers were stranded because their flights got CEO canceled Scott Kirby says that taking a private jet was the wrong decision and he says he plans to better. do He caught a private flight from New Jersey to Denver on Wednesday. United canceled 750 flights that day. That's a quarter of its schedule. This is CBS News. Find great hires fast with Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring solution makes it easy to attract, interview and hire candidates all in the same place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. It's 1203 on Sunday morning. It is July the 2nd. 73 degrees the rain is clearing out of our area. Mhm. Yeah. Mhm. Mhm. Yeah. Mhm. Good morning, everyone. Welcome to the overnight shift. I'm dan Ronan here on W. T. O. P. The top local stories that we're following
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"And the military. The Texas House is set to hold an impeachment vote later today against attorney general, Ken Paxton. He faces allegations, including bribery and abuse of public trust, CBS Tom fody. Texas attorney general Ken Paxton is fighting the move by his fellow Republicans to have him be impeached. They have denied me the opportunity to present the evidence. After years of allegations and investigations, the Texas state House plans to vote on 20 articles of impeachment against Paxton, if that carries the issue of removing him from office goes to the Texas state center. A new abortion law in South Carolina won't be enacted until the state Supreme Court reviews it. Correspondent Duncan reports on the female state senators who all voted against it. We've had such an outcry from all of South Carolina, not just women, from men too. The only 5 women in the state Senate who call themselves sisters senators stood together to oppose the ban and tell CBS News they'll continue fighting against it in court. We have it expanded Medicaid. We haven't done anything to put women in particular and girls on a level playing field. Continued fighting in Sudan threatens a ceasefire. It's the 7th attempt to stop the battles between the country's military and a rival group. The BBC's David Harper. Residents of the capital Khartoum say looting kidnapping and sexual violence are on the rise despite the 7 day ceasefire currently in force, one resident told the BBC. The risks that civilians are encountering has significantly increased. There is concern about a deadly fungal outbreak from two clinics in Mexico that may be affecting almost 200 Americans. Here is Alex ten. The United States and Mexico have asked the WHO to consider a public health emergency of international concern. After hundreds were potentially exposed to fungal infections through two clinics in Mexico that did mostly cosmetic surgeries. Early testing suggests that the current outbreak might be caused by the same kind of fungus fusarium solani that caused another deadly outbreak from late last year elsewhere in Mexico. At least two patients have died. This is CBS News. Need to hire quality candidates fast, you need indeed their powerful hiring platform helps you attract interview and higher candidates all in one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit
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"New rules for asylum seekers at the southern border. Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas tells CNN the migrants are still coming, but in smaller numbers. I think approximately 6300 on Friday and about 4200 yesterday, by the United States border patrol, and we saw over 10,000 before the end of title 42. The new rules require asylum seekers to apply for asylum at U.S. processing centers in host countries before they try to cross into the United States. Linda kenyon, CBS News, Washington. Congressional staff have been meeting to try to reach an agreement to raise the country's debt limit. Deputy treasury secretary Wally ayamo on CNN. So the conversations are constructive between all of the parties. I know the president looks forward to getting together with the leaders to talk about how we continue to make progress. President Biden is scheduled to meet again with House speaker Kevin McCarthy this week. It's really hot in the Pacific Northwest and will stay that way through tomorrow. Portland, doctor and loeffler says it's too early for this. The temperatures we're looking at are not that high compared to what we've experienced, for example, last summer. But it's the middle of May. People's body are not yet the climatized to this kind of temperature. She says some of the symptoms of heat exhaustion to look out for include excessive sweating increased body temperature, nausea, and dizziness. Polls are now closed in turkey where the increasingly authoritarian president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is facing his strongest challenge since he began leading the nation 20 years ago. There is no tolerance for any sort of criticism right now. We're going to travel times. I feel anxious because I could be arrested tomorrow. I'm all for democracy and its principles. I will respect whoever wins. You have no candidate wins a majority there will be a runoff in two weeks. A ceasefire between Israel and the Islamic Jihad that went into effect late last night seems to be holding. More from the BBC's David Harper. Israel's military has said it will partially reopen to crossing points into the territory, as well as a crucial fishing zone off the coast. The U.S. has welcomed the ceasefire and praised Cairo for brokering it. What do you like about your mom, CBS Stacy Lynn asked a few kids? She's like a friend, but someone who always say by you. Well, she's nice. She's funny. She's very, very kind. 85 year old Katie castagnoli on Friday became the oldest graduate ever from Virginia tech. She was awarded a bachelor's degree in music. She says she's going to finish her degree in Italian next. This is CBS News. Meet find your next great hire with indeed their hiring platform makes it easy to attract, interview in higher candidates all in the same place. Visit in D dot com slash credits. 1203 on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14, 2023, 71° partly cloudy less humid highs in the 70s
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"Them lots of confusion and certainty, which is fertile ground, but scams and frauds. And last week, within hours of Silicon Valley banks starting to collapse. Cybercriminals were starting to register fraudulent websites that looks like Silicon Valley bank websites by Sunday when the FDIC took over the bank, they were putting out warnings already for people to say that they would never contact customers by email. On Skype that's Kieran O'Leary, director of analysis for emergent risk international. In a social media post this weekend, former president Donald Trump wrote that he expects to be indicted next week and called for protests. It comes as a New York prosecutor as eyeing charges in a case, examining hush money payments paid to a former adult film star in the run up to the 2016 election. CBS News correspondent Christian Benavidez reports on reaction to the post. Republicans have jumped to the former president's defense House speaker Kevin McCarthy, said he's directing relevant committees to investigate a federal funds are being used to quote subvert our democracy by interfering in elections with politically motivated prosecutions. You know how they're doing this because they're afraid of Trump. That's why they're doing it. A New York grand jury is weighing an indictment of the former president in a case, examining a $130,000 payment, made days before the 2016 election. To former adult film star stormy Daniels. Since January, several people close to the former precedent have met with Manhattan prosecutors. Mister Trump has the night any wrongdoing. All signs point to his imminent indictment. Former assistant U.S. attorney Donnie Perry says that will likely include having a mugshot taken, being processed and an arraignment in front of a judge. A lawyer for mister Trump said the post was based on speculation from media reports. Republicans in Congress are launching a new and controversial investigation into the U.S. capitol attack. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott macfarlane has more. A new House subcommittee wants to re investigate January 6th. Barry loudermilk, Republican from Georgia will chair the panel says they want to get into the security failures that let the mob attack the capitol that day and raises the prospect. They might call former speaker Nancy Pelosi to testify, Democrats called the idea and the investigation obscene and a rewriting of history. Russian leader Vladimir Putin reportedly makes a visit to Russian occupied territory in Ukraine, details from David Harper of the BBC. State media in Russia say president Putin has visited the devastated Ukrainian city of mariupol, which was seized by Russian troops last May. The task news agencies had he spoke to residents after traveling to the city by helicopter. If confirmed it would be mister Putin's first trip to newly occupied Ukrainian territory since he launched his invasion more than a year ago on Saturday, he visited Crimea. That's the BBC's David Harper. At least 12 people are dead in Ecuador after a 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck, 50 miles south of Ecuador's second largest city. The southern province of allure was the worst affected the emergency service had people there are still trapped inside collapsed houses. Leaders on social media show people digging through rubble. Present Guillermo lasso has asked ecuadorians to remain calm while the authorities assess the extent of the damage. The tremor was also felt in northern Peru. This is the strongest quake to hit Ecuador since 2016 when nearly 700 people died in thousands were injured. That's Leonard roka of the BBC Peru reports at least one death from that earthquake
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"Is struggling to institute changes It's been promising for years. Moves to encourage more women into the workforce, For example, and regionally. How is Japan, stacking up against other major powers China, Russia and India were asking what's stopping change in Japan? That's after a summary of the news. BBC News with David Harper on the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks on the United States. President Biden has said the central lesson of September the of September the 11th 2000, and one was that unity was America's greatest strength. He paid tribute to the nearly 3000 people killed when Al Qaeda terrorists crashed airliners into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington. The former French health minister. And, yes, Boza has faced questions at a court hearing in Paris for allegedly having downplayed the risks of coronavirus and endangering the lives of others. She is under formal criminal investigation. Israeli police have captured two of the six Palestinian militants who escaped from a high security prison. Earlier this week. They were found in the Arab city of Nazareth, where a large manhunt is underway for the other four fugitives. A U. S federal judge has quashed some of Apple's APP store rules, forcing the company to allow application developers to use other payment systems. However, the judge did not tell Apple to let creators use their own in our payment systems, one of epics main requests Lawyers for the American woman suing the Duke of York. Prince Andrew over sexual assault allegations say they have successfully served him with legal papers condition for the lawsuit to proceed. Prince Andrew has always strongly denied the sexual assault allegations. Haiti's chief prosecutor has asked the Prime Minister Ariel on read to come in for questioning about the assassination of President Juvenal Muise. The prosecutor said the prime minister needed to explain why he spoke by phone to one of the main suspect in the killing. Hours after it happened. President Muise was shot dead by gunmen who stormed his residence. The Brazilian football legend. Pele is recovering in intensive care after surgery. His doctors said The eight year old was making satisfactory progress after he had a tumor removed from his lower digestive tract. BBC news. You are listening to the real story from the BBC World Service with me, Celia Hatton this week. We're looking at the challenges and opportunities facing Japan. I'm joined on the line by Seijiro Takeshita. He's a professor in the School of Management and information at the University of Shizuoka in Japan. Sarah Parsons, who runs the business consultancy East West Interface. And as a senior teaching fellow at so as the University of London. McConnell, a professor of political science and the faculty of liberal arts at Sophia University in Tokyo. And by Roland Kelty is a Tokyo based writer, journalist and scholar and author of the book Japan America, which explores Japan's pop culture clout well earlier, we discussed the political and social changes underway in the country. I want to take a closer look at Japan's economy. It's the third largest in the world After the US and China. Japan has a lot going forward, a well educated workforce, superior infrastructure and dominant positions in several key global sectors, from cars to electronic. All this, And yet economists still refer to Japan's lost decades. The period of Economic gloom that's largely stretched from its real estate and stock market collapse in 1991 through two now. Seijiro Takeshita. So the question is What's keeping the Japanese economy in the doldrums? If not exactly in the doldrums. Why isn't it doing better? Actually, I don't think it is indulge. Um, I think people are expecting the same type of growth that we had in the eighties, which is not the case because Japan is a mature economy are protected. GDP s well over $40,000, meaning that we have joined A team of mature economy. And if you look at, for example, the progress and things like, you know, process innovation, not necessarily product side, but process innovation, which is basically innovating the product to a better uses for you know, a general public. Japan still has a very, very strong edge. Book around you, For example. I mean, the fact of the matter is is that Japan's competitiveness have not weighing down. It's a different type of growth. It's a different type of strength of Japan is starting to reveal and as we've been discussing, for example, you look at the demographics to Japan, which suggests certainly that we're not going to be growth prone. But much more looking at the quality side, the type of growth that we should be looking at Koichi Would you agree with that sentiment? How much has Japan's economy diversified since The eighties if at all. Right, Right. I agree in the sense that you know, I mean, the idea that we can relive the shore error in the 19 eighties on the bubble economy or the fast growth period before that, for much of the 19 sixties and beyond, is unrealistic. But at the same time, I also Get a sense that there are a lot of people who feel that Japan is underperforming, in part because of the contrast with the faster growing economies among got neighbors. Asian neighbours China, obviously, but also South Korea or Singapore and Japan seems to be sort of fading in the background, In contrast in terms of perception The other thing is, I think it's also to do with the growing gap or, you know more than the growing gap. But I guess the fact of the matter is that Japan is no longer the military in society. The younger generation of people are feeling that kind of growth of their parents experienced and of forthcoming. Sarah also mentioned earlier the poverty that is getting worse among the women. Childhood at the Japan is among the worst in the country's, uh, single parent household, obviously, and so I guess there is this sense that Japan used to be a more one nation, but it no longer is and the government is not coming up with the policies that sufficiently go against that sense of unfairness that is perhaps increasingly pervading the society so What modernizations are needed in Japan's economy, Roland counts I wonder if we can focus on the facts machine for a moment in Japan's love affair with the fax machine when a Cabinet task force asked Japan's government bureaucracy To explain that continued dependence on the fax machine. 400 departments submitted spirited arguments in favor of its continued use. Why does Japan love the fax machine? Is this a good example to illustrate this lack of innovation in the economy? Well again. That's a complicated question, because on the one hand yes, obviously, a fax machine is very low tech. It's dated, Um it's dealing with paper and print and things that we've all moved on from. On the other hand. There is an argument in Japan and then one I respect very much about Concern for privacy. And if you have something on paper and you fax it, you have more security. And that is, I think a key point because it's also one of the reasons people ask me this a lot. Why E money. Electronic money has not so far taken off in Japan, and why so many people In my neighborhood in Tokyo pay for everything in cash myself included, and part of that is because Japanese people just don't want to be traced. They don't want to have their every expenditure recorded in a database. And I do respect that. So I think it's not exclusively low tech failings in Japan, but I would say to the one of those points that the domestically the Japanese Economy in many respects has shown great sustainability. I mean, just before the pandemic, the unemployment rate was, I think the lowest expense since 1974 the crime rate is extremely low. You don't have the kind of gun violence street crime that you have. In the United States, for example, incredibly efficient public services, whether it's transport or package delivery, etcetera. I mean, you actually get used to these things in Japan, and then when you leave Japan, you're astonished at how inefficient much of the world can be. So there is a great deal of sustainable strength. I think in Japan's economy what I find frustrating having lived there now for 20/20 years as a journalist I've met so many mostly young people who are innovative, great ideas, particularly in the I. T industry who have tried to start independent companies tried to go the startup route. And have just been squashed by Japan's corporate machine. And that to me is a great shame because Japan is very underrepresented in it, And that's not the fault of young, talented, visionary Japanese. Mm In the first half of the program. We spoke about the lack of participation of women in political life. What explains the absence of women at a senior level in business and what can be done to fix this? Let's consider now the role played in the economy by more than 50% of the country's population. 51.7% By last official count in Japan. Here's the BBC's Mariko Oy. 1 15 years ago, um, equal, Suzuki faced the choice that many women do continue pursuing her career or start a family. She chose the latter and spent seven years as a stay at home Mother. But as her two Children got older, she tried to rejoin the workforce and realized her time at home was seen as a blank on her resume. What do you think it's impossible? In Japan. Once you leave.
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"Process will operate. Democrats and others started crying foul. UGA's political science chair, Dr Charles Bullock is our special guest. He sits down with me, Aaron Johnson and Brian Robinson to discuss the politics, fueling the process and what district stand to gain and what district stand to lose. That's on the new political breakfast. Listen for free on apple podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Morning edition goes to the source to the people affected by the news. This plant could shut down and a lot of very good people could lose their jobs like this. It's completely ridiculous that we should feel unsafe to go to school. I mean, I just have where you pulled it over. I'm Noel King for stories that matter to you. Listen every weekday to morning edition from NPR News, Waking up Atlanta From 5 to 10 on 90.1 W A. B E. BBC News with David Harper. A football World Cup qualifying match between Brazil and Argentina has been suspended minutes after kickoff as health officials arrived on the pitch to detain and deport four Argentine players accused of breaching covid quarantine rules. The officials ordered them to go into quarantine before being deported. Soldiers who seized power in Guinea on Sunday have ordered government ministers and national figures to attend a meeting later on Monday and broadcast on state TV. They said regional governors have been replaced by military commanders, and they asked President Alpha Conde was safe but in detention The UN humanitarian chief, Martin Griffiths, has met Taliban leaders in Kabul and told them they must protect all civilians, especially women, girls and minorities. He said the Taliban had given a commitment to allow humanitarian access to those in need. Research funded by the UK government has identified in operation trying to influence Western opinion using a deliberate strategy of attaching comments to online news articles that support Russia's point of view. The Russian government has always denied any role in such campaigns. The third son of the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has been released from jail in the capital, Tripoli, where he's been held since 2014 Saadi Gaddafi was commander of Libya's special forces, but was also famous for attempting a career as a professional footballer in Italy. The mayor of Mexico City has said that a prominent statue of the explorer Christopher Columbus, is to be taken down and replaced with one of an indigenous Mexican woman, Claudia Shane bound, said the statue of Columbus would be relocated to what she described as a worthy site. The storage limits for frozen eggs, sperm and embryos could rise to a maximum of 55 years, and the UK government plans to give people greater choice over when to start a family. The proposals, which will need parliamentary approval, but have won support of fertility groups. BBC news. Um I'm two hours away from Salt Lake City at.
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"Sweet Home Chicago 31 to 91 720031 to 91 7200 best text of the show here, Joe to text. Which one David next three. Oh, 50 rpm with high resistance spinning is difficulty difficult and right underneath that 1815 spinning his hard Shut up, Joe. Well, I get it. Everybody sticking up for you, but they're sticking up for the wrong thing. Your math is bad. The next Tector text explains how Here. You're not going to do 14 Miles I attended Spin class this morning. 45 minutes. 40 Miles. Typical rpm. Was it 80 If he only did 50 rpm's he cannot have done 40. Miles only was saying, Okay, I'm not attacking you. I'm saying not doing you did a great great great great great job, not bionic care if you do rpm, which means you've got a lot of resistance You're not doing it doesn't mean you have a lot of resistance. That means that it's a lot of work. Meaning you're slowing down 31 to 91 7200 spent talk is over Joe into Cal power. Yeah, I'm actually because I have David Hackworth died in the line. I've got a double tier questions for you in the long table. But my first going to tell you not only you might do. I love the show and a fan of David Harper. Your people need to know that your education, your empathy and you're exposed means give the customer Ah 100% satisfaction experience, and it's exemplified. Why did she was fair to you? Through Anderson with the round table was like minded people and people were listening to the program last week, they would know that because Mega pro. Joe went into another contractors mess up and corrected it for lady a freebie that most people just don't do and was You know, cool enough to give her the reference in the idea to get a correct in the proper way, And you just don't find it everywhere. So multiple kudos not only to the Hochberg Spurs put the entire roundtable staff. Including Stephen A. Lady, not so much something that's so much absolutely everybody everybody's part in parcel. It's a It's a total group therapy session. That really helps everybody. Well, he does, because the interface between all of you Really interjects what people need the novel and you guys were honest in conceal in it really sells none of my question because tackle Gambia 2.75 Mortgage. My story. Oh, warriors. I'm gonna have the after Tooni next year to have a good amount of money every month like 4000 extra dollars, And I'm kind of waiting like Hochberg is To see if the market goes down. I'm thinking seriously since I could probably make more by buying the house. And using that as an income property. If future wise, That would be a good thing to do, because people always need real estate. Well, I think if you were able to secure a 2.75% 30 year fixed loan before five months ago in rates were still that Lo were now in the low threes right now, which Joe was is historically low. You know, on a grand scale on a huge macro scale on a smaller micro scale? Yeah, we're clearly out of the twos. What we're in from November through, Let's say February, but Stephen, a lady from a money standpoint. Um, you know, I know my answer. 2.75% 30 year fixed loan. He's gonna have an extra four G's coming in. For whatever reason. Would you pay off the mortgage? Would you invest it someplace else it in another investment vehicles learning More than 2.75. What's your call? I always liked David Doc Briggs advice to pay down your mortgage now and get it and then get a home equity loan that and then use that money. That's what I okay. I would not do what Steve did. I would keep it in cash and invested some place although, but that Stevens That's Steven's way. When I did our financing on our home. I went with an interest only loan on our new home Tonight, a ton of equity there and another people think interest. Only loans are bad and horrible. And I really don't care what you think that your opinion, right? You could have your opinion. I'm using that money and I will. Hang on, Joe, I got your question. Excuse me, David. I think we might have misinterpreted Joe's question. No, Joe, don't No, You're right. You're both right. I just had one of their part of that question I'm looking at. Probably invest in another home was a rental income, right? Okay, but one of the things I've been hearing advertised. I don't know if you guys are credited us, but even advertising lately I'm this People coming in and posing as you and because you're spoken public knowledge, they come and steal your mortgage and take a loan out of is that actually really happening and that how does it The title locked crap I've been hearing about. Yeah, I get this question all the time. Well, here I could tell you this. Does it happen? Sure. Should you insure against everything that could possibly go wrong with you? Probably that Do we have a chance of a car jumping the rails and getting flattened as we're walking over to the car in the parking lot after the show? Yeah. Should be like a pool, like put armor on ourselves to walk the Mile or so or three quarters of a mile over the bridge to our cars to defend ourselves against everything that could possibly happen to us? No. Okay, Stephen, A lady and I agreed that and what I always tell people is if it makes you feel better than get it, but it's it's not not too many of these are not very much. We're gonna be able to steal your home that way. And even if they did, that was fraud. And you don't think you do so much safeguards out there. I hear this title lock in all this. I hear it all the time and I won't spend. I won't spend your $4000 a month. Buying that, let alone my $5000 a month. Okay? Or $4000 a month. I would not invest in that and answered Alice. Yeah, And to answer your question. Steven's got his point of view. He paid off. Take out. He liked nothing wrong with that. You could pull the he lock out. But the rate of the he like you're going to pay is gonna be greater than the 2.75%. He's got on his mortgage. So I want you I keep I keep the mortgage. And if you can't find a financial planner that's gonna earn you more than 2.75%. I'll connect you with my guy was learning more and more than 2.75%. Okay, so I don't pay it off. Your mortgage does not make sense in my opinion with alone, Not with that low rate. I mean, if joke if you called in and said Hey, I got a 6% mortgage. They have been able to refinance since I went into this loan six years or 12 years or 13 years ago, and you can you don't have a job and you don't have any income and you can't verify any assets or any type of incoming. Your credit really sucks. And you want to pay off the loan faster. That's a whole different question. Right. Then I would say, maybe take the four G's and knock it out and make it go away. Or maybe take the four grand invested with Gary Novell to get your credit scores up so you could refinance at your 67% longer, So that's what I would answer..
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"Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. The military authorities behind last week's coup in Myanmar have carried out another wave of arrests of officials linked to the ousted government. Reported to include one of and Sang Soo cheese closest advisers Chore CT sway, along with provincial chief ministers and members of the Election Commission. His are Southeast Asia. Correspondent Jonathan Head. Many of the senior figures in the ousted government were detained in the first hours after last week's coup, including an incense, UCI and president when mint who remain in custody. Overnight, the military authorities have arrested many more officials, targeting in particular those involved with provincial governments and the election commission and confiscated documents linked to last November's election. These arrests appear to be in support of the allegations by the military used to justify its coup that the election was marred by significant fraud allegations, which were rejected by the commission on by independent election observers. In Japan, the head of the Tokyo Olympics Organizing committee is stepping down after being condemned to be making sexist remarks. Yoshiro Mori will offer his resignation at a special meeting of the committee on Friday. Will Leonardo has more detail. Has been growing anger in Japan in abroad after your shit. Nobody complains last week that women spoke too much and meetings and we're annoying hundreds of Olympic volunteers who resigned and major sponsors of voice criticism. Showcase female Mayor Unico quake A refused to attend a meeting with Mr Monti and 83 year old former Japanese prime minister. The scandal barely five months before the opening ceremony is the latest hurdle.
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"Agree known for her sympathies for the fringe group Q and on the Democrats are still pushing for a vote to move her off to congressional committees. Also, the world must make sure the military coup in Myanmar fails, says U N. Secretary General Antonio Good arranged. But how do you do that? With China, Standing in the way of any Security Council combination on condemnation only gets you so far. The U foreign policy chief is due in Moscow today and even before any talks, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, has dismissed criticism. Of the arrest of position leader Alexei Navalny as both scale hysteria Life in Russia a little latest sports business coming your way to after latest wardens. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC news. Rival Republican Party factions in the U. S. House of Representatives have reached an uneasy truce by agreeing not to punish to Congress women, one of them an avid opponents of Donald Trump and the other a strong supporter who's been accused of making in century untrue statements. Is. Cheney said she had no regrets supporting the Democrat led initiative to impeach the former president for insurrection. She said a party meeting have been fruitful. We really did have AH, terrific vote tonight, a terrific time this evening. Laying out what we're going to do, going forward a swell as making clear that we're not going to be divided and that we're not going to be in a situation where people can pick off any member of leadership. It was very resounding acknowledgement that we need to go forward together, and then we need to go forward in a way that helps us beat back the really dangerous and negative Democrat policies. Republicans also agreed not to remove Marjorie Taylor Greene from two important congressional committees. Canada has designated the US based far right extremist group, the Proud Boys, a terrorist organization. The all male anti immigration group describes itself as Western show Veniste. Canadian government site of the group's involvement in targeting black lives matter protestors and its role in the storming of the U. S Capitol last month. U. N Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Rish has pledged to mobilize international pressure to ensure the military coup in Myanmar fails, Mr Gutierrez told The Washington Post. It was absolutely unacceptable to reverse November's election results. Sporadic process. Protests have continued spreading to the city of Mandalay. His are Southeast Asia. Correspondent Jonathan Head Myanmar is under enormous economic pressure. You still got wars going on along many of its borders, ethnic and armies who may get more active. Now you have a military that has carried out a very dangerous to it knows that it knows it's disliked is probably actually quite nervous about its control over the country. If the economy continues to deteriorate, and that's quite likely under the conditions of this coup somewhere further down the tracks, maybe in the next couple of months, you could see much greater pressure, formal protests breaking out. A new study is being launched in Britain to look at whether using different corona virus. Vaccines for the 1st and 2nd dose helps the body develop better defenses. Dominic Hughes reports. This new study will involve 820 specially selected volunteers, all aged 50 and over and we'll run it eight sites across England. The aim is to see whether mixing doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca and fires a biotech vaccines matches or even increases the production of antibodies that stick to the virus in order to stop it on T cells that attack just the cells infected with the disease. Introducing flexibility in the vaccination program could help should there be destruction to vaccine supplies, and it may be of huge benefit developing countries that have yet to get vaccination programs up and running well. News from the BBC. Trial of a group accused of decapitating a French mountain guide in Algeria begins in Algiers Today. Every Cordell was kidnapped and killed by local jihadists linked to the Islamic state Group in 2014 while exploring a new climbing site in the Jura mountains. Video of the murder towards shock in France. One suspect Abdulmalik hams are we faces a possible death penalty if found guilty of the murder 13. Others are also accused of involvement or failing to alert the authorities in time. The U. S government says it has no intention of reopening talks with Venezuela. A State Department spokesman called the Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, a dictator, and said direct negotiations between the two countries wouldn't happen any time soon. President of the Tokyo Olympic Games Organizing committee, Yashiro Mori has apologized for what he said were inappropriate comments he made that were against the Olympic Olympic spirit. Mr Mori told journalists. He wasn't thinking of resigning. He'd stirred controversy by saying Women committee members talked too much. Tennis officials say the Australian Open tournament will begin as normal next week, despite Wednesday's announcement that hundreds of players and support staff must self isolate. Thursday's warm up matches were canceled after a security guard at a hotel in which athletes were quarantined, tested positive for covert 19 his Shana to Leon. We were expecting big names for warm up events here in Melbourne Park today. This was a chance at some more practice ahead of the main event on Monday, badly needed really, for many of the players who were cooped up in hotel quarantine when some positive cases were detected on the planes that brought them here in Australia. None of that is happening today, with more than 500 players, officials and coaches now having to isolate They now have to return and negative test to be able to get back to the competition. BBC news Thanks a lot. Good morning. Welcome. It's news day, James Carville and Paul Hawkins with the U. S. Russia, Yama and Portugal is where the next half hour we'll take a sport, of course, the latest from the English Premier League business headlines Also on the way on. If you want to share your views on any of the stories you hear on the program. We do love to hear from you. You can get in touch with this fire. Facebook isn't so Twitter. You can send us a text or what's that? There's no excuse not to get in touch the number plus four four 77 86 2050 85 No way we're gonna jump straight to.
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"Circumstances on we've decided to return to speak to some of thumb from residents in slums of novellas, two parents who have Children with autism and new mothers coping in isolation. Plus a covert long haul is still enduring symptoms months after catching the disease. They all seem to react as if it was something wrong with my family, and it's not an outcome of the virus that is happening to all kinds of people and could happen to them. They think that if they get covered their guaranteed this short little illness and they couldn't possibly end up being sick for weeks or months, or even the rest of their life, like other people have Joined me for fascinating conversations with some of the for gotten voices off the pandemic. That's all after the latest BBC news Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. India is holding a nationwide rehearsal for a massive roll out of the Corona virus vaccine. It wants to inoculate 300 million people by the middle of the year with the orchestra Oxford AstraZeneca jab that's now been improved by the country's drug regulators. South Asia Regional Editor and Bresson. Eddie Rajan is in the capital Delhi. The government has promised to that it will draw a lot this vaccine within a short span of time, and before that they wanted to ensure that the whole country's prepared the health care system is prepared. There are different systems here. One is the federal Health Ministry on then each state they have their own department, so they requires a huge amount of coordination between these two Government systems. The U. S government's top infectious diseases expert, has said he doesn't agree with British plans to give more people a first dose of Corona virus vaccine by delaying giving second doses. Dr Anthony Fauci said the U. S would stick to giving people second doses of the fires of by on take job around 21 days after the first which manufacturers say is crucial to achieve the maximum level of protection against Cove in 19. Britain's change of plan was triggered by a rapid acceleration in the spread of the virus caused by a much more infectious variant off the disease. One of Britain's most senior doctors, has warned hospitals across the UK that a surgeon covert cases is coming their way. The president of the Royal College of Physicians, professor Andrew Goddard, said the next two months would be very difficult. Is a health correspondent Jim read the winter surgeon. Covert cases appears to be gathering pace in some hospitals. Wards are already at the limit of their capacity. Professor Goddard said NHS services outside the worst hit areas needed to plan ahead Now all hospitals that haven't had the big pressures that they've had in the southeast on London's South Wales should expect that it's going to come their way. This new variant is definitely more infectious. Andre is spreading across the whole of the country. The South Korean government has extended social distancing measures imposed in the capital Seoul to the whole country. The measures are designed to tackle a rise in the number of infections. They include a ban on gatherings of five or more people on restaurants will be forced to close at 9 P.m.. Rebecca has more from Seoul. These air the strictest measures that the authorities here have put in place since this pandemic began, it is clear that they are scrambling to curb rising rates of infections. No infection started to rise End of November. We're seeing about 1000 cases a day, so they started to gradually introduce stricter social distancing measures, but it has been proven very difficult to keep the numbers. Lawson know it will be nationwide until January, 17th Rebecca reporting from the South Korean capital. The listing to the latest world News from the BBC. China has dismissed an offer by Taiwan to hold talks, describing it as a cheap trick. The proposal was made by Taiwan's president, citing one in her New year message, She said they could have meaningful discussions. If China set aside confrontation. Beijing was always unlikely to accept the offer. Considers Taiwan part of China Miss Chart Miss. I told the BBC last year that Taiwan was already in effect independent. Rescue coordinators in Norway, so they're still working on the basis that there could be survivors in the land slip that swallowed up housing near Oslo on Wednesday. Her body was recovered on Friday. Rescuers a stepping up the search for nine people missing, including Children. Less than three weeks before he leaves office, the U. S. Congress has handed Donald Trump one of its strongest rebukes of his presidency. In a rare session on New Year's Day, the Republican controlled Senate voted overwhelmingly to override Mr Trump's Vito off a crucial defense bill. Was the first veto that Congress has bean in the Congress has overturned since the president took office. Labor DeCecco reports the National Defense Authorization Act will, among other things, found a 3% pay increase for troops. It would also direct the purchase of weapons and set military policies. Mr. Trump had refused to support it unless lawmakers revoked a law which gets social media companies indemnity for post by third parties. Some Republicans accused platforms like Facebook and Twitter of anti conservative bias. The president was also angry about plans to rename military installations that commemorate Confederate leaders. Palestinian man is in a critical condition after he was shot by the Israeli military on Friday during a confrontation in the village south of head brawn in the occupied West Bank. Palestinian officials say the 24 year old man has been paralyzed from the neck down. The Israeli military says he was shot during what it calls a violent riot. BBC news. Hello. I'm newly McGovern on the BBC World Service, and this is BBC OS conversations about Corona virus for gotten lives. With.
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"David Harper with the BBC news more than forty people are confirmed to have died and hundreds are missing after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania. The MVP nera overturned coast to the shore between the islands of who carried away and who Cora north of the city of Windsor. The vessel is reported to have been overloaded with more than four hundred passengers aboard. The BBC's Abubaker famo- is in Tanzania and says there's a big
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"A moment here on the BBC it'll be science in action where we will be revisiting the mystery of the demise of one of the great. Civilizations of the world the Mayans it's a really intriguing story to. See how a civilization that developed over two or three thousand years can decline over. The period of two hundred years? It really captures the imagination. Of both the general public and scientists new evidence puts drastic climate change and prolonged drought at the heart of the collapse but what are the lessons today join me after the news BBC news with David Harper the US secretary of state's Mike Pompeo has said diplomatic and economic pressure must. Be maintained on North, Korea over its nuclear program he was speaking after United Nations report fans that North Korea. Had not stopped its nuclear and missile programs speaking at the ASEAN foreign ministers gathering in Singapore Mr., Pompeo announced the United States would provide nearly three hundred million dollars to reinforce security cooperation in southeast Asia China's foreign minister said the country had no choice but to put in place defensive. Installations thousands. Of women in the South Korean capital Seoul are taking part in the latest protest against what they say is an epidemic of secretly filmed spike Cam. Pornography demonstrating against secret recordings made in changing rooms toilets and public. Spaces which later shared online the United States has urged Imbaba as opposition leaders to. Accept the official results of the? Presidential elections which gave victory Three to the ruling, party's Emmerson Mnangagwa the US State Department said those with grievances should pursue them peacefully through established legal channels protesters in Iran are reported to. Attacked a religious school, in the latest in a wave of demonstrations across the country the head of a seminary. In the town of Esther hard said five hundred people chanting anti-government slogans trying to break down doors, and light fires A Russian helicopter carrying oil work has has crashed. In the Siberian reason region of, KRAsnoyarsk killing at least eighteen people the. Russian minister transport ministry said the aircraft collided with a cargo helicopter soon after takeoff thousands. Of students and school people staged protests in the Bangladeshi.
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"They went wrong director too eager to be billion we'll be looking. At the impact fairly. House on businesses and individuals it's just really embarrassing, you want to go in hiding on exploring weather being more. Open about our mistakes might make, us more successful. I love discussion. While someone says this is wrong this is failure we're on. A, mission to find. Out the secret, of failing well that's global business after the news Hello I'm David Harper with. The BBC news the US secretary, of state Mike Pompeo has had diplomatic and economic pressure. Must be maintained on North Korea over its nuclear program but he said he was optimistic that the. Process for denuclearization would be achieved he was speaking after United Nations report. Found that North Korea had not stopped its nuclear and. Missile, programs Mr. Pompeo is. Attending. An Asian regional conference in Singapore charisma the Swannee is that even in the lead up to this summit it was very clear what the US is priorities at the summit we're. Going to be he wanted to emphasize the importance of keeping up. Economic sanctions you know. He said diplomatic and economic sanctions but frankly it's, really the economic sanctions that have taken a real chunk out. Of the North Korean regime's ability, to fund itself. Needs says it's. Vital for Asian governments to keep that pressure up and that. Was, the message he brought to the The summit today thousands of women. In the South Korean capital Seoul taking part in the latest protests against what they say is an epidemic. Of secretly filmed spike ham pornography Joanna jolly reports wearing. Red, t-shirts and with their faces covered the women wave banners with the, slogan my life is not your porn this is the latest demonstration. Against the use of. Secret recordings made on cameras hidden in changing rooms toilets and, public spaces, the finish, from these is shed, widely on, illegal porn sites the protesters say not enough is being done to punish the men who filmed. Distribute and view these images since, they began in may the mass demonstrations have become the. Biggest ever female lead protest movement in South Korea The United. States has urged Zimba as opposition leaders to, accept the official, results of the presidential elections which gave victory to the ruling party's Emmerson Mnangagwa the US State Department said those with grievances should pursue them peacefully through, established, legal, channels China urged respect for this Imbaba and people's choice the opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has rejected, the results saying the poll was. Rigged Gladys Tsunga cheerie an election observer helps to register women voters before the, poll in as much as we're able to. Mobilize in get citizens to engage with candidates across political parties. Will also says the a lot of intimidation that was happening especially in rural communities where people what ended those meetings then being threatened to say short the ruling party lose we will deal with you after the election Protesters, in, Iran are reported to of attacked a religious school in the latest in a wave of demonstrations across the country the head of a seminary in the northern town of Esther Hart said five hundred people chanting anti-government slogans trying, to break down doors and light fires sporadic protests in various cities have largely been largely, driven by anger at. The economic situation will news from the BBC The Israeli navy has intercepted a, Swedish flagged activists boat heading towards the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break Israel's blockade of. The territory is the second boat to be seized. In less than a week the vessel called freedom for Gaza was carrying twelve people and medical equipment a Russian helicopter carrying. Oil workers has crashed in the Siberian region of KRAsnoyarsk killing at least, eighteen people the Russian, transport ministry, said the aircraft went down near an, oil, installation about one hundred and eighty kilometers from the town of Isaka. It had fifteen passengers and three crew on board The group of Thai boys who. Spent more than two weeks trapped in a flooded cave have left a. Monastery where they spent time as Buddhist novices eleven boys and their football coach entered the temple in memory. Of a volunteer diver who died during, the rescue the twelfth boy is Christian and was not ordained the authorities have urged the media. To give them time to adjust to normal life In Britain the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to take to the water shortly for the first time in more than fifty years to, undergo trials, in Scotland high speed boat crashed in the late. District in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven killing the pilot Donald Campbell Katrina Renton reports Donald Campbell was attempting to break his own water. Speed record of two hundred and seventy six miles per hour he had reached speeds of more than three hundred miles per hour when Bluebird flipped and crashed on Coniston water. In the lake district Donald, Campbell lost his life while Bluebird broke up and sank but the jet engine hydroplane that, held seven world records was salvaged from the lake in two, thousand one after a painstaking seventeen year restoration she was loaded onto a trailer and brought onto the isle of. Beauty yesterday evening today she will be lowered onto. The water of lock fired where she will undergo trials Katrina Renton reporting BBC news Received a lot of attention what is it. What does it look like well a face mask worryingly an electric cord attached to, it exactly it's, a rejuvenation It's an American Beauty mask so you strap it. Onto your head? And then it gives you? Electric, shocks for about fifteen.
Ancient 'Hobbit' Study Reveals an Island That Forced Humans to Shrink Twice
"Years of vicious fighting and with hundreds of thousands of. People dead has Bashar our side, won the war in Syria he holds all the major cities and his forces have just retaken the province. Of DARA where the uprising began in two thousand and. Eleven he's Kurdish opponents have traveled to Damascus to begin negotiations so is the war over or is a new phase of the Syrian crisis about to begin in the north of. The country Turkey and the Kurds are eyeing each other warily although, the so called Islamic state has lost, most of its territory it. Is still able to wreak havoc so can peace be reestablished can Syria begin to rebuild? And how will it welcome home more. Than five million refugees that's the real story from the BBC Coming up after the news Hello I'm David. Harper with the BBC news the opposition movement for democratic change alliance in Zimbabwe says it does not recognize. The victory of the incumbent the incumbent Emmerson. Mnangagwa in Monday's presidential election Mr. Mnangagwa was installed following the coup which. Asked Robert Mugabe last year the MDC says it. Will launch a legal challenge it's leader Nelson Chamisa, one little. More than forty four percent Andrew Harding is in Harari Emerson mnangagwa's said he was humbled by the resultant urge Zimbabweans unite behind his presidency tweeting that this was a. New beginning for the, country he secured fifty point eight percent of the vote just. Enough to avoid a runoff but the opposition has questioned the remarkably high turnout and maintains that. The election has been stolen they've promised to take to the. Streets in huge numbers much now depends on whether they can prove that the figures are substantially out of step with credible independent tallies US counter intelligence investigators are Ported to have discovered a suspected. Russian spy working at the American embassy in Moscow the guardian newspaper says the woman came under suspicion two. Years ago Peter Bowes reports the Russian nationalist. Said by the guardian to have had access to internet and Email systems. Giving her a potential window into highly confidential material. Including the shadows of the president and the vice, president a. US government official has confirmed the woman was working for the secret service in Moscow and statement the US secret service said it recognized all foreign service nationals could be. Subjected to foreign intelligence, influence especially in Russia but he's not it they were never. Given or placed in a position to obtain national security information the US secretary of state Mike. Pompeo has met his Turkish counterpart in attempts to avert an. Estimating escalating diplomatic crisis gene Turkey and America the meeting was held on the sidelines of regional talks in Singapore the US has said It will freeze the property and US held assets, of two Turkish ministers in. Protest at the, detention of an American clergyman in Turkey Andrew Brinson faces terrorism charges and you study has suggested humans with short stature on the Indonesian island of Flora's evolve, independently fastened years apart scientists decoded the genes of the islands modern day pygmy population to. Find out if they might be partly descended from members of an. Extinct species which have come to be known as hobbits their fossilized remains were found fifteen years ago, Richard Green is, associate professor at the. University of California they are not related at all it turns out that the. Folks who live there now. Are short genetically for largely the same reason that elsewhere in the world would be short. Painted a pretty clear. Picture that this island favors short stature because it has driven hominids. To be small twice Well news from the. BBC defense officials in the United States say Iran's military. Has become a major naval exercise. In the Gulf the drills involve scores have small attack boats a spokesman for the US military central command said they were monitoring increased Iranian operations in. The Gulf and the straight of HAMAs the US is, due to impose new sanctions on Tehran on Monday The US department of, Justice has, told a court hearing that volunteers and activists should take the lead in locating the undocumented, migrants who have been separated from their children most of. The families split up under the controversial policy have been reunited following a court order but not all hundreds of parents have been deported while that children was, still in detention centers research scientists for the defense department say recently repatriated, remains of America's Korean war debt appear to be from the renowned. Battle of Chosin which took place in the, winter of nineteen fifty fifty five cents of the remains transferred from North Korea include written information about where they were found tens. Of thousands of Chinese and US troops were killed navy strategic reservoir An Australian, climate has been rescued from a maintain in New Zealand's southern Alps where he'd been. Trapped for several nights in sub. Zero conditions is believed to have dug a snow cave to stay alive I n ship is has the story the climber named his left and Terry heart had been. Trapped on mount aspiring since Tuesday when someone in the United States picked up the signal of, emergency beacon and called New Zealand rescue center a helicopter with four rescue workers manage to find, him on Thursday but weather conditions, made it, impossible to early him so two team state denied bringing much needed food and blankets a, break in the weather allowed you straighten climber to. Be. Taken to hospital on Friday a rescue worker said the man is lucky to be alive and probably wouldn't have lost his another night and that's the latest, BBC news Hello welcome to the real story. I'm.
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"News with David Harper supporters of the cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan have been celebrating in Pakistan as, his party looks increasingly likely to become the biggest in parliament following, Wednesday's general elections but there's been a. Major delay to the full results being announced and there are alligators of widespread rigging. The last six members of, the OEMs Shinrikyo cult have. Been executed earlier this month several Severin seven other members including their leader were hanged, the group carried. Out the nerve gas attack on the Tokyo subway in nineteen ninety-five killing thirteen people Greek police. Are warning people not to return to their homes devastated by the wildfires. Near Athens rescue. Teams have continued working through the night searching for survivors or more victims, a surprise, merger in Australia, will create a media giants that includes television online. Video streaming print and digital journalism the. Nine television network is to buy at Fairfax Thanks newspapers which includes the Sydney Morning Herald a. Suicide bomber has attacked a, convoy of Afghanistan's national intelligence. Agency in the capital Kabul initial reports suggest that at least five people including a, civilian were killed. And a number of others wounded the Taliban came they carried out the attack the Malaysian sovereign. Wealth fund Khazanah has confirmed the mass resignation of all nine of its. Board members follows. Criticism from the Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad who allege that the fund had, been used, by the previous. Government to reward politicians and others with lucrative positions The BBC is to seek leave to appeal last week's high. Court judgement in. Favor of the British pop, singer Cliff Richard and against the BBC the court ruled that the BBC's extensive live coverage of. A police raid on cliffs home for years ago infringed his right to privacy but the BBC argues that there is a significant principle of press freedom at stake.