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"december 2018" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"december 2018" Discussed on AP News

"This'll is AP News. I'm Rita Fall away. Former President Trump has warned Republicans not to back the idea of an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol building. But 35 House Republicans voted for the commission anyway. Joining Democrats in passing the bill last night. AP Washington Correspondent soccer Madani, The GOP's John Cat Go negotiated the bill with Democrats and urge lawmakers from both sides to support it to put down their swords for once, just for once. Just three Republicans spoke in favor of the bail, including Peter Mayer, who accused fellow Geo peers who criticized the attack of backing off. But even more troubling, there's been an active effort to whitewash and rewrite the shameful events of that day. Avoid accountability. But with Senate GOP chief Mitch McConnell, saying he's against the bill, it faces an uncertain path an uphill path, say analysts now to the fighting between Israel and Hamas. Hamas leader says within a day or two there may well be a truce. But this morning, says our Joseph Kraus reporting from Jerusalem Israel carried out another wave of airstrikes across Gaza early Thursday, killing at least one Palestinian and wounding several others. This comes a day after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to continue the operation until he can restore calm and security to Israel. He seems determined to continue operations in Gaza despite rising pressure, including from the United States for him to wind down the operation. Last night, Texas executed a man who beat his 83 year old great aunt to death with a bat. After she refused to lend him some money. Quinton Jones said in a final statement. He was glad to leave this world a better, more positive place. Minutes earlier, the Supreme Court had denied his request to stop the execution for it is debuting its new electric F 1 50 pickup truck. It goes from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds. This is AP News. In Ohio man accused of planning to attack a synagogue has pleaded guilty, say authorities Here's our Walter Ratliff. Federal prosecutors say a man who plotted an attack on the Toledo area synagogue has pleaded guilty to related charges. Damon Joseph, also known as Abdullah Ali Yusef was arrested in December. 2018 authorities say he was inspired by a gunman who killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Six weeks before his arrest. He pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support for the Islamic state terrorist group and attempting to commit a hate crime. Prosecutors say the 23 year old drew attention after posting photos of weapons and vows of support for Isis on social media. The plot was uncovered during Joseph's conversations with undercover FBI agents. Walter Ratliff. Southwest Airlines, says bookings are improving The average April flight was about 80% full. It says it expects June to be better. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Coronavirus Update. I'm.

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"december 2018" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"december 2018" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"This Spuyten raging today. Relax because right now, for instance, the AstraZeneca vaccine It's produced by one manufacturer here, the Serum Institute, and it's a massive vaccine manufacturer, the biggest in the world. In fact, But relying on one vaccine manufacturers, even if it is the biggest has proved proven to be problematic. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has visited the side of a deadly crush in which at least 44 people were killed during a Jewish festival at Madame Marin in the country's north. Another 100 or so people were injured in what Mr Netanyahu has described as one of the worst disasters that is before in Israel. He says the Thor investigation will be conducted to ensure the crash doesn't happen again. Mr Netanyahu says a national day of mourning will be held on Sunday, tens of thousands of ultra Orthodox Jews attended what was meant to be a celebration to honor a second century mystic. He's buried about Maron when the crash occurred. Activists have laid out 400 body bags. On re addition, Nero's famed Copacabana beach to mourn the thousands of deaths from covert 19 in Brazil. Each body bag represents 1000 decisions You've tied in the pandemic. Brazil has become the second country to reach the grim milestone of over 400,000 coronavirus deaths. Activist blamed the high death toll on Brazil's President Joo Boston Arrow who they accused of failing to adequately deal with the band, Emmick. Woman found guilty of murdering her baby son due to mental incompetence will spend the rest of her life under a supervision order. Isabel Damon reports Michelle Allison Beal was suffering from undiagnosed bipolar disorder at the time. Her son was found at a home in Woodville by police in December. 2018 the nine week all died at the same, the baby's father, Robert flew today told the Supreme Court off his grief. Saying he doesn't think he'll ever be able to have another family after the trauma of losing his son Bill has been released on license to serve her lifelong supervision term in the community to sport. The Western Bulldogs have suffered their first loss of the season, going down to Richmond by 22 points. The Bulldogs led by 19 points at halftime, but the target's rally to score nine second half goals to to the final score. Richmond 11 11 77 to 7 13 55. In rugby league Brisbane has come from 22 down to beat the gold coast 36 to 28 in the general. The Titans scored four trials in the 1st 13 minutes of the game. For the Broncos came to life with Jemaine Asarco, scoring a double. Elsewhere. Melbourne has come from 86 down at halftime to thresh Cronulla, 40 to 14. Europe today with the latest from ABC News. ABC radio Weather update The weather in Melbourne on Saturday. Mostly sunny winds northerly 20 to 30 Kay's love 13 atop of 24.

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Now Nintendo is being sued by a child over Joy-Con drift

Latest In Tech News

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Now Nintendo is being sued by a child over Joy-Con drift

"And his mother today filed a class action lawsuit against Nintendo for not doing enough to fix a hardware problem common among Nintendo switch controllers. It's one of legal efforts several legal efforts related to the issue of Joy con drift a phenomenon where to switch Joy con controllers make in-game characters drift, even when nobody is moving them. The complaint filed in Northern California was brought by a woman named Luis Sanchez and her nine or ten year old son who is a minor only has initials referred to the complaint describes house and just purchased her son a Nintendo switch in December 2018 when he was eight within a month. The complaint alleges is controllers began registering in K movement with his his hands weren't on them less than a month later. It says the joycon drift became so pronounced that the controller's became in operable for General game play will use so Mom then went and purchased another set of controllers dead. But seven months later they began drifting to now it's definitely purses base of amongst which devices yes. Just can you guys figure out how to fix this stuff? So but this isn't the first lawsuit. There's a lawsuit in 2019 around a similar issue that has been moved into arbitration and a plaintiff lawyers have been changed recently asking switch users to submit videos describing their experiences with joy con drift to help bolster their case and last month actually a French consumer group filed a complaint to alleging planned problems

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Philadelphia - 21-Year-Old New Jersey Man Admits To Trying To Aid Hamas

Steve Trevelise

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia - 21-Year-Old New Jersey Man Admits To Trying To Aid Hamas

"A New Jersey man who authorities say trying to aid the Islamic militant group Amoss pleaded guilty today to a federal charge. 21 year old Jonathan Shi'a of Basking Ridge now faces up to 10 years in prison when he's sentenced in January. She a reportedly sent $100 to a person he believed was affiliated with the faction of Hamas in December. 2018.

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Steve Bannon is Arrested and Charged With Fraud in 'We Build the Wall' Campaign

Sean Hannity

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Steve Bannon is Arrested and Charged With Fraud in 'We Build the Wall' Campaign

"Stephen. It could spend time in prison for his alleged role in defrauding Americans who contributed to the We build the wall project that prosecutors in New York City say Bannon and three others took hundreds of thousands of dollars of of funds funds from from the the 25 25 million million that that was was raised. raised. They They say say the the effort effort started started around around December, December, 2018 2018 and and President President Trump Trump told told reporters reporters today today feels feels very very badly badly about about the the indictment, indictment, saying saying he he had had no involvement in that private effort.

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US approves oil, gas leasing plan for Alaska Wildlife refuge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

US approves oil, gas leasing plan for Alaska Wildlife refuge

"The department of the Interior has approved in oil and gas leasing program with in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The wild ride the refuge is home to a polar bear's caribou and other wildlife secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt signed the record of decision which will determine where oil and gas leasing will take place in the refuge is coastal plain, he said in a statement today. It was a significant step in determining Where and under what conditions, oil and gas development will occur. Congress approved the program in 2017 and the Interiors Bureau of Land Management in December 2018 concluded that drilling could be conducted within the coastal plain area without harming Wildlife,

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R. Kelly's manager charged with phone threats to theater

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

R. Kelly's manager charged with phone threats to theater

"Kelly's manager, has been charged with threatening and New York City Theater. When Danielle Russell learned the Manhattan Theatre was planning to show the Docuseries about R. Kelly's alleged sexual abuse of women and girls. In December 2018 the FBI said he placed a threatening phone call to the theater in an effort to stop it. Russell allegedly said someone with a gun would shoot up the theatre, shutting down one airing of surviving R. Kelly, But the FBI study was unable to silence the women featured in the film. Their accounts form the basis of criminal charges are Kelly now faces. He's pleaded not guilty. Russell has been charged separately with harassing an alleged victim.

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News in Brief 31 December 2018

UN News

03:46 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 31 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations last year you and secretary General Antonio Gutierrez issued a red alert on several dangerous confronting the world dangers that still persists today. These are anxious times for many and our world is undergoing a stress test. The UN chief said in his message prior to the new year, he reiterated that climate change is running faster than we are. And that deepening geopolitical divisions are making conflicts more difficult to resolve. But there are also reasons for hope he said, notably in Yemen. Where breakthrough talks have recently created an opportunity for peace and the agreement signed in September between the opium and retrieve that has eased long-running tensions and brought improved prospects to an entire region as cause for optimism ran international cooperation works the world's weeds. In twenty nineteen. The United Nations will continue to bring people together to build bridges and create space for Simpson's. We will keep up the pressure, and we will never give up as we begin this new year that's resolved to confront slats defend human dignity and built a better future together after uncovering evidence that humanitarian food supplies are being diverted and Yemen. Toothy controls capital Saana along with other parts of the country on Monday, the UN World Food Programme WFP demanded an immediate end to the practice. The UN emergency food agencies chief, David Beasley said this conduct amounts to the stealing of food from the mouths of hungry. People prompted by an increasing number of reports that humanitarian food was on sale in the capital W F P conducted a survey to discover the misappropriation of those supplies. It unearthed fraud by at least one local partner organization, affiliated with the defacto ministry of education Santa handling and distributing WFP food assistance at a time when children are dying in Yemen because they haven't enough food to eat. This is an outrage. This criminal behaviour must stop immediately. Mr Beazley stressed turning to have ghanistan the UN mission. They're cold. You NAMA noted on Monday, the announcement by the Afghan electoral authorities that presidential elections would be postponed from April until July twenty nineteen with the understanding that the new date followed broad consultations with the range of political actors civil society organizations, and the government itself, the UN welcomed the clarity in the electoral calendar, encouraged, the independent election commission, or I e c to publish and regularly updated throughout the process the UN asserted that a detailed. Calendar for the July twenty nineteen election would provide canned formation to the electorate the candidates and those involved in the poll, you Nommik knowledged the I E C's assessment that additional time is needed to learn from the twenty eighteen parliamentary elections and adequately prepare. According to news reports the last presidential election in two thousand fourteen was mirrored in controversy and widespread allegations of fraud that officials wished to avoid in two thousand nineteen the UN maintained that the presidential election is critical to the future of if ghanistan that it's mismanagement would be unacceptable, and that everyone had a responsibility for credible legitimate electoral process, lists Kapiti U N news.

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News in Brief 28 December 2018

UN News

03:22 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 28 December 2018

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations excessive force used against peaceful demonstrators in Sudan protesting food and fuel shortages has prompted you and experts to earth security forces there to exercise restraint on Friday, Hugh and experts expressed alarm over escalating violence and reports of protesters killed during large scale demonstrations against rising prices and food and fuel shortages conveying. Deep concern over reports that government security forces were using live ammunition during protests that have swept the country since nineteen December special repetoire Clements, Kniola Tosi valet underscored that the right to freedom of peaceful assembly is an inherent element of democracies. Meanwhile, you an expert Aristide Nancy denounce the use of lethal force when controlling demonstrations saying descend. It must be tolerated and not restrained with excessive force which can lead to loss of life. The UN welcomed on Friday. The Yemeni government's decision to pay civil servants salaries in the vital port city of who data beginning this month in a tweet Martin Griffiths, the UN secretary general's special on voi- for Yemen called it an important step towards improving the economic situation and alleviating the humanitarian suffering of the Yemeni people. He also tweeted his hope that there will be more steps in this direction. According to news reports for two years. The government has been unable to pay salaries to most government workers that coupled with the local currency the rial dropping sharply against the dollar has left many Yemenis malnourished pushing millions to the brink of famine and adding to what the UN has dubbed the world's worst humanitarian crisis earlier in December the UN special l'envoi convened. Historic consultations in Sweden that resulted in Security Council. Resolution endorsing deal to continue peace talks in January. In the meantime, a fragile ceasefire has held since eighteen December. But the warring sides have accused each other violations as twenty eighteen draws to a close the UN humanitarian coordination office or OSHA said that the occupied Palestinian territory witnessed the highest death toll in a single year since the twenty fourteen Gaza conflict reporting, a total of two hundred ninety five Palestinian deaths and over twenty nine thousand people injured by his forces OSHA maintained that that was also the highest number of injured recorded since two thousand five when it began documenting casualties there. Moreover, there was an uptick in attacks by settlers two hundred sixty five incidents were documented in which Israel settlers killed or injured Palestinians or damage palace. Tinian property in the West Bank demolitions continued, but fewer Palestinians were displaced throughout the year. The Israeli land sea and air blockade on the Gaza Strip remained extremely restrictive leaving about sixty eight percent of the population there identified as food insecure in twenty eighteen primarily due to poverty. Liska

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"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

"What's number one number? Number one, one what anthropology archaeology and basically Palio genome IX, it's genomics. Yeah. It's this is old dead people. There were a lot of them. We're the only ones left, but let's look it who they were. And I think just a new brought so many stories this year related to the paleo genome. Ick aspect that told us specifically a lot about Neanderthals and Denisa vans. Yeah. So so this is this is like a sort of a subject that I was gravitated to a long time ago in the show, but it was one that just kept like I actually tried to avoid bringing another Nandor, call or human development story. But this last steer was just pervasive with them, the cave art is one of my favorite. It's the cave. Art. Of of Spain and France that was was the best example of primitive human cave. Art. One of our earliest inception of presenting art. Yeah. And didn't it take one of the stories this year took us like even further back in how long ago, we were creating art and that wasn't. And there was another story that even showed that these ancient cave painters were looking at the stars. And they were drawing what they saw in the skies. Ever turns out. None of them were humans. All the other stuff. So the ancient what we're used to these really famous Spain and France, ancient cave, art got dated back much further than it had before by the max plank, and and also this what we call primitive. Art turns out to be works of perspective, which is really interesting, which is these these things that look like sort of wrapping around outcroppings of rock, which seemed to be sort of. A child's interpretation of what maybe some sort of wild oxen of the planes of yesteryear might have looked like if you back up and look at this when right perspective. It's completely consistent with the actual thing. So they had this bizarre ability to have an understanding of perspective of where the viewer would be viewing. And to present the thing on an uneven rock outcropping in have it be any perspective from a distance, even though you have to paint it upon. Turns out this is on the end of the NFL's had art. They also it turns out we've learned compassionate. They cared for their ill by by by allowing them time to recover from serious injuries. The fact that somebody seventy thousand years ago could could break three or four bones in their body and survive those meant that they were immobilized and cared for for a prolonged period of time. Then we found this ancient cave sculpture that turns out predated man's existence in the area and was also created by Nando tall. And we found shells with symbolic on them that predated human creation of symbolic that was awesome. The endo. It's a ton of Neanderthal cultural news, and this also we learn qu-. Quite a bit. Again, that story that we somehow missed, but it was really intense is that the homo Florence's hobbit folk of of Indonesia had mostly mandatory DNA some Dennis Sovan DNA and nothing in common with the pygmy people who later showed up on those Indonesia. I I learned they were completely separate. So we had talked about home a rectus as having been the ancestor of home of Lawrence's that was that was postulated very heavily. But to know that Neanderthals somehow had delved all the way down into Indonesia and had experienced I learned dwarfism into home afloat rance's makes a lot more sense in some ways based on their their tool use in their there were also African origin. Geoghegan's are African origins that we've not like there was this group. This one section when segment of Africans who have now we understand that. There was it so much ice periodic isolation, which created genetic diversity within Africa. But that those groups when the climate change would meet up and inner change, and and there's this completely altered view of human ancestry..

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News in Brief 27 December 2018

UN News

02:48 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 27 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in the run up to the general elections in Bangladesh set to take place on Sunday. The UN secretary general has called on stakeholders to help ensure a peaceful credible and inclusive poll in a statement from his office. Antonio Gutierrez said that a successful election would require an environment free of violence intimidation and coercion before during and after Bangladeshi citizens go to the polls with tension rising between the governing party known as the Awami League and opposition alliances. Pre election violence has left dozens injured and news reports suggest that six have died in clashes all Bangladeshi citizens, including minorities and women must feel safe and confident in exercising. Their right to vote said the UN chief while civil society and electoral observers should be fully supported to play their role in the process. He underscored the UN's continued commitment to support a peaceful and democratic Bangladesh. The U N World food program is working to assess the needs of people affected by the deadly soon. Nami that struck the coastline of Indonesia's soon district region on the twenty second of December working with the ministry of social affairs. The agency is preparing to deploy staff to gauge what's needed for the nearly twenty seven thousand displaced and more than one thousand injured the UN's humanitarian wing OSHA reports that as of Thursday, four hundred thirty people are dead and another one hundred twenty five or reportedly missing, according to the Indonesian national disaster management agency BNP be some one thousand houses are damaged or destroyed along with sixty nine villas more than four hundred boats and sixty five vehicles thousands of personnel from NGOs have joined the Indonesian government led response leading evacuations search and rescue operations and providing medical services and supplies, including food, water, sanitation, tarpaulins and blankets and the. The World Health Organization WHO has strongly condemned an armed attack in ALgeria hospital in Libya's second largest city of Benghazi which took place on Christmas day. Although nobody was reportedly killed WHO said that there had been panic among patients and health workers inside the hospital and damage to building infrastructure, the trauma, hospitals already struggling with resources and suffering a lack of medical supplies, which are being stretched to meet the needs of people across eastern Libya. WHO warned that repeated attacks could lead to the closure of the hospital causing further suffering and deprivation for patients such tragedies should be avoided by taking all necessary precautionary measures, they gency declared and perpetrators must be brought to Justice Natalie Hutchinson. UN news.

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News in Brief 26 December 2018

UN News

03:18 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 26 December 2018

"This is the Newton brief from the United Nations the United Nations peace mission in Afghanistan. Nama has condemned. The terrorist attack Monday in the nation's capital Kabul in area heavily populated by civilians. According to media reports at least forty people are said to have died and many more were injured during the suicide and Bombeck retargeted a government building. Dada. Msci Yamamoto the head of the UN mission underscored that there was no justification whatsoever for such attacks. These attacks cause untold human suffering to Afghan families. He said stressing that the UN continues to stand in solidarity with all of Khan's. He added that the organization remains committed to an Afghan led peace process that will end the ongoing war and enable the government to allocate more resources to protect all citizens from such tragedies. You in children's fund UNICEF has stepped up efforts to help families affected by the devastating soon. Army that hit the Indonesian coast around the Sunda strait between the two main islands of Java and Matra on Saturday. Unicef is providing bednets school sanitation kits which includes towel soap buckets and sanitary pads as well as technical assistance on nutrition and child protection following the disaster. According to the UN releasing orcher based on government figures, four hundred thirty people have died one thousand four hundred ninety five injured and one hundred forty nine missing as of Wednesday, an estimated twenty two thousand people have been displaced Indonesia's meteorological agency has warned that a new soon. Nami could be triggered by the Anak Krakatau volcano, Versailles Smick activities caused undersea landslides that led to the disaster. Authorities are alerting people to stay up to one kilometer away from coastal areas. The UN and humanitarian partners have offered to support the government led response and are enclosed communication with national. Authorities to fully understand the situation in the affected areas and provide whatever help is needed. Veterans Day also marks fourteen years since the deadly twenty six December Indian Ocean. So NAMI one of the worst disasters in modern history that claimed over two hundred thirty thousand lives in fourteen countries with Indonesia being the hardest hit the UN support mission in Libya. Unfamiliar has condemned used as terrorist attack on the nation's foreign ministry in Tripoli. In a statement, the mission expressed its deepest condolences to the family of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to the injured, it reaffirmed that attacks on state institutions constitutes an attack on all Libyan's, the San salami the head of UN's animal denounced, the attack underscoring that terrorism will not try them over the le'veon's decision to move forward towards building their state and announcing violence, we will not accept any attack on a state institution, especially one committed by a terrorist group. He added according to media reports the terrorist group Aycell claimed responsibility for the attack following the. Attack salami contacted the government of national accord to denounce the terrorist attack offered his condolences and call on them to announce the protection of public institutions feeble Mishra United Nations.

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"december 2018" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

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News in Brief 21 December 2018

UN News

02:49 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 21 December 2018

"The the news in brief from the United Nations a group of migrant boats stranded at sea was rescued off the Spanish coast on Thursday, at least twenty five people are believed to be dead or missing, including a pregnant woman the UN refugee agency UNHCR's reported briefing reporters in Geneva on Friday spokesperson, Elizabeth Russell said that on one of the six vessels found adrift in the straits of Gibraltar in the western Mediterranean Sea thirty three people had been rescued, but twelve a died in a further twelve were missing on another of the boats. Fifty seven people had been on board, including one that had already died by the time of the rescue. The SEL said that among the survivors was a mother and her two year old child who was evacuated by helicopter after the goal was found to be suffering from hypothermia betrothal added that many of the survivors are being held at detention centers at the port of Ameria in Spain on implementing partner is is that to provide the people with information and support and to help any potential protection and other needs, and of course, to promote access to asylum posts. For those who may need it. The UN's humanitarian coordination of his ocher said on Friday that it was very concerned by a continuing drought across northeast Syria, which combined with years of brutal war could severely impact. Millions while the food security situations improved in many parts of Syria in the past year. Some five point five million people are still food insecure. Need help more than ninety percent of household spend half or more than monthly income on food Masud, many buildings damaged infrastructure. In ruins drought is having a devastating effect on malnourished families who can't find enough to eat or sufficient shelter during the winter months. More details from UN spokesperson Steph Angelique this year has been the lowest wheat and barley production in Syria since nineteen eighty nine the UN, and it's you manitain partners of providing assistance to drought-affected communities in the northeast, including seats for winter crops agricultural support mechanism and technical training. An attack on a ceasefire monitoring and transitional security team set up by the Africa. In regional body. I get to help keep the latest sand Sudan peace deal. On track has been condemned by the UN mission in the world youngest country on miss on miss that four members of the team or assaulted by government forces on the eighteenth of December in the Lurie area of central Equatoria state. His UN spokesperson Steph Angie week again. The mission notes of the monitoring verification team members and their support personnel were merely discharging their mandate in support of the revitalized agreement on the resolution of the conflict in the Republic of south Sudan, the mission urges the immediate commencement of investigations. In order for the perpetrators should be held to account. Domitian also urges the parties to revitalize agreement to adhere to the commitments outlined into ensure that all their forces or where and comply with the tenets of the agreement. Matt wells, U N news.

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"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Sorry. My cat keeps playing with my computer, and I'm afraid to turn it off. But. Loan. This is how she gets my attention pay attention to me. Room in with the threats of killing the computer fair enough cat, so beginning of the universe. It was a massive Univer of massive galaxy found but really really far out. So it was an unexpected place with more stuff in it than we would've would've expected for where it was founded. So it kind of put big questions into into the formation of galaxies in the universe. How everything going again number four origin of life. There were lots of fines related to molecules and bits and pieces. The building blocks of life out in the universe in two thousand five. Oh funny story that today. My son looked at me and said, which get sick if you ate primordial soup. It's really interesting question. Good question. Wait. What would what would make you sick? I know the building blocks of life. It's the building blocks. It's not actually be to get you sick. I mean, it might make you. Fine. I think you'll be fine. Probably. If you've ever had. That's right. It's pre life. So number three in two thousand five was where stem cells and a big cloning scandals, oh honing scandal. That was the year of the Korean researcher who suck Wang exactly he was found to have lied about a bunch of his research. Thankfully, that lying did not stop the industry of stem cells from moving forward, you came back now cloning later to prove that he could do it. Yeah. He's like I didn't do this. I just you know, cut off on their equal circle we adapted. Now, we have the crisper scandal. Now, that's like. Data entry. I don't show my work. Let's see number two in two thousand five was human caused global warming. So two thousand five there was some where some ice cores that were taken or it was published research probably many years in the making publish research related to ice cores that the gas levels and the the types of gases that were there really started to put the nail in the coffin for human causes of global warming. And we acted quickly and run. The last. No, hey, people were not arguing about that anymore. Are we? Matter of fact, I'm not really at all. And now the and then number one for two thousand five evolution. Apparently. There were lots of big evolution stories. There was the chimp chimpanzee genome that was published among many others. And there was a lot of really interesting. A lot of really interesting news that added to our understanding of how life has evolved on this slant. It there was for those who can't remember the ancient medieval times of two thousand and five there were people trying to put stickers on textbooks with this claim IRS that was just there. A and we're actually trying to get things reworded or removed from textbooks. So that children would not learn about evolution. That's how medieval two thousand five was. Hey, that's still happening. The pull that was it was it was like they were the Texas. At least Texas originated textbooks. We're in some serious danger happening. It's still happening. It is it is still happening which makes me a little sad. But you know, it's really neat to look back at fourteen years ago. I guess it would have been our top eleven would have been taking place thirteen about thirteen years ago now, but it's really neat to look back and see how many things are still topping the list global warming..

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News in Brief 20 December 2018

UN News

03:41 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 20 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the World Food Programme WFP has significantly expanded its operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo or DRC reaching a record five million acutely food insecure. People this year the UN agency reported on Thursday, that's double the number of Congolese reached in two thousand seventeen achieved through contributions by a range of donors in Europe Asia and North America improved funding has quickly expanded food assistance operations in the troubled eastern provinces of eatery, Tunga nica and north and South Kivu areas of deepening conflict displacement and poor food harvests a previous surge in food assistance by WFP averted famine in the Kasai and CASA central provinces assistance came in the form of commodities and cash, including fortified foods to battle acute malnutrition. According to WFP, thirteen point one million Congolese are considered. Acutely food insecure and four point six million children are acutely malnourished to deadly Ebola. Outbreaks this year have complicated humanitarian access in the DRC. Meanwhile, some three hundred eighty thousand Congolese nationals have been expelled from northern Angola to the Ardy food insecure Kasai region WFP country director, cloud GB, Dr expressed thanks to donors during a period of record needs and said the agency was counting on their continued. Backing during what will surely be a challenging twenty nineteen the pattern of serious human rights violations and abuses for migrants and refugees in Libya paints a picture of unimaginable, horrors in you report by the UN support mission in Libya and the U N High Commissioner for human rights details. The findings come from some one thousand three hundred firsthand accounts gathered by human rights officers over the course of twenty months, which trace the journey of migrants and refugees northwards through the country. With many hoping to reach Europe for a new life. The report says that they face serious risks from the moment, they crossed the southern border despite the overwhelming evidence of gruesome acts, perpetrated by state officials armed groups smugglers, and traffickers, Libyan authorities have been largely enable or unwilling to end the abuses, the joint authors of this Libya migration report previously outlined recommendations to remedy the situation in a similar 2016 publication which failed to be implemented the climate and the country has been one of lawlessness after years of armed conflict and political unrest. Have weakened Libyan. Institutions paving the way for human trafficking, extortion, and torture of people on the move and in Geneva, you an experts welcome to call for Member States and businesses to join forces in protecting the rights of migrants following the recent adoption of the global compact for safe orderly and regular migration on December tenth the freshly adopted compact places emphasis. On genuine public private partnerships to ensure migrants see the economic benefits generated by their work and are protected from human rights abuses, migrant workers, all over the world are too often subjected to unethical recruitment, processes, indecent, work conditions, and lack of social protection, the expert said in fact, these challenges are among the most critical that our society's face. The experts urged Member States to strengthen labor inspections and take measures to ensure employers do not confiscate migrant workers identity documents while private sector. Employers must do their part in ensuring migrant workers receive proper contracts, Natalie Hutchison, U N news.

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News in Brief 19 December 2018

UN News

03:12 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 19 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, although food assistance in Palestine is needed more than ever funding cuts are forcing the World Food Program or WFP to limit the amount of aid it provides too vulnerable people. The WFP is warning that the cuts will have a devastating effect on the food security livelihoods and welfare of the people. It serves in Palestine the worst affected area is Gaza. When ille- seventy percent of the population is food insecure in an exclusive interview recorded injuries lem with remote buzzer from you a news Stephan county, WFP Representative and country director in Palestine explained what the funding shortfall will mean. For palestinians. Next year. Women's twenty thirty some million shots. It means a hundred and fifty thousand people don't get in guns. The westbound food and security is not because food writing curse the having the money to buy access. Other criteria is set on deep of deal. And we'll buy the depot level in this country at three dollars seventy the majority of our beneficiaries of well-known, if they're looking to find a job, the maybe ending a bout a dollar a day tunnels from Lebanon to Israel constitute violations of Security Council resolution seventeen one which calls for the so called blue line border between Lebanon and Israel to be fully respected. A senior UN official told the Security Council on Wednesday Johm Kayla. The UN undersecretary-general for peacekeeping operations said that officials from the UN peacekeeping mission in Lebanon or UNIFIL have conducted a series of technical visits to locations where suspected tunnels going from Lebanon into Israel with found by the IDF Israeli defense forces near the blue line. Mr. Lacoste said that UNIFIL is working with both parties to ensure that any tunnels in violation. Resolution seventeen I one on disabled decisively and safely and welcoming the adoption by the general assembly of the global compact for migration U N chief Antonio Gutierrez said in a statement released on Wednesday that leadership will be crucial in bringing the agreement to life. The comebacks is a platform for international cooperation mister Gutierrez explained which Kohl's for greatest solidarity with migrants in situations of polling vulnerability and abuse. It also highlights the importance of finding more legal pathways to migration which would help to crack down on trafficking and exploitation. The secretary general said that it was essential to avoid the myths and disparaging discourse that have become all too frequent and that a newly established United Nations migration network stands ready to support Member States and all other partners to make migration work for all. Conan UN news.

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News in Brief 18 December 2018

UN News

03:41 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 18 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The UN refugee agency UNHCR launched a two point seven billion dollar appeal on Tuesday to help address Africa's largest displacement crisis in south Sudan, where millions have been uprooted by years of brutal civil war widespread fighting began there in two thousand thirteen between forces loyal to the president Salva Kiir and his vice president Rick mature following the country's declaration of independence from its northern neighbour in twenty eleven hundreds of thousands of people are believed to have been killed in the fighting which has been accompanied by a shocking level of abuse. More than sixty five percent of women and girls in the country have experienced sexual violence, according to you and appointed rights experts, although there has been a relative reduction in violence in parts of the country. Since the new peace deal was signed in September. UNHCR says the conditions are not conducive for these safe return of refugees. Here's spokesperson, Charlie yaks. -ly many women have reported rape and other forms of. Sexual and gender based violence along with the killings of their husbands and the abduction of children during flight more than two point two million south Sudanese on now refugees in six neighboring countries. Uganda Sudan Ethiopia Kenya. The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Central African Republic and another one point nine million have been up rooted from the homes inside the country in some places rations of had to be cut owing to a lack of funding and in Sudan some refugees who fled across the border, and the host communities have access to just five liters of water per person per day, while children are out of school and health clinics lack doctors, nurses and medicine to the Central African Republic. Sia now where a vital humanitarian ASA this risks being grounded because of a lack of funding the World Food Programme WFP issued the alert on Tuesday saying that it needs three million dollars to maintain the operation after January C A R has massive natural resources, but years of conflict have left over half. The country's people two point nine million in need of humanitarian assistance, one in four displaced on insecurity continues to destroy livelihoods. Giancarlo Chitty, WFP Representative and country director in CR said that the need for the service is as great as it has ever been before peeling to donors to save an essential piece of humanitarian relief operations in the country. In the month of November alone following clashes in the central north west east and southeast regions of the country. The UN Essa is transported more than two thousand eight workers a record for a single month since it started operations in cer in two thousand and six between January and December it also carried out twenty-six medical evacuations close to three thousand four hundred migrants and refugees have died worldwide this year, the UN migration agency IOM said on Tuesday, which marks international migrants day in an appeal for respect and dignity for people who choose or who are forced to leave their homes. I am director General Antonio Ventura. Renault said, it was also time to perspect- and listen to those who are frightened of the changes that migration brings to their lives. Mr Vitorino comments follow the adoption on the tenth of December of the global compact for migration in Marrakech where a majority of u n Member States agreed to the principle of managing the issue. More effectively, no one state can achieve this on its own Mr Vitorino insisted before adding that there are two hundred and fifty eight million migrants worldwide today, another forty million have been displaced inside their countries by conflict and around nine hundred million were forced from their homes by climate change last year. The Iowan chief said Daniel Johnson U N news.

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News in Brief 17 December 2018

UN News

03:21 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 17 December 2018

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations the need for aid in the Palestinian territory has increased said Jamie McGoldrick UN humanitarian coordinator for the region. In a statement on Monday. Mr. mcgoldrick's comments were released as part of the twenty nineteen humanitarian response plan for the occupied Palestinian territory, which calls for three hundred fifty million US dollars to assist. One point four million people the maximum number that the UN can he said realistically reach in the current non-conducive political and resource climate the humanitarian coordinator described 2018 as a challenging year for you and agencies and aid workers in the region, particularly in Gaza since March over one hundred fifty Palestinians have been reported killed and more than ten thousand injured in connection with demonstrations along the Israeli border. Several tunnels discovered under the UN drawn blue line by his radio thirties, which marks the border between south Lebanon. Israel are in violation of a key UN Security Council resolution, that's according to the UN interim force in Lebanon UNIFIL, which said that it has dispatched technical teams to carry out site inspections, south of the blue line to ascertain the facts. His UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric based on the UN's independent assessment of the peacekeepers have so far confirmed the existence of all the four tunnels close to the blue line in northern Israel. A further technical investigation conducted independently in accordance with its mandate. Unifil at this stage can confirm that two of the tunnels crossed the blue line. These constitute violations of UN Security Council resolution seventeen a one this is a matter of serious concern and UNIFIL technical investigations. Are continuing UNIFIL has OJT requested the Lebanese government to look into the existence of the tunnels, which Israel blames on HAMAs militants. And Graham, breaking satellite. Imaging tools developed by the UN have led to the first comprehensive account of the devastation suffered by the ancient Syrian city of Aleppo during years of brutal civil war. It's hoped. The study can now be used to help begin the reconstruction of one of the world's most historic places, satellite imagery, analysis from the UN institute for training and research or unit saw and cultural heritage experts from the UN educational scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO worked closely with historians architects and archeologists to compile the data. The technology allowed them to remotely assess the damage immediately following the end of the years long siege of east Aleppo and for the first time monitor areas, rendered inaccessible due to the difficult security situation and restricted access to the city. Introducing the report UNESCO. Chief old as we said that the technology provides a remarkable tool with unmatched precision for documenting and understanding heritage which could lead to the eventual recovery of the city code Aladdin. UN news.

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News in Brief 14 December 2018

UN News

04:04 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 14 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. The freshly agreed Yemen ceasefire deal covering the key Red Sea governor, it's of data and ties has been welcomed by the World Food Program or WFP, which on Friday expressed hope that it would improve access for humanitarian and commercial shipping. Here's WFP spokesperson of Eva who saw these agreement could allow the ports of data in salad to operate a near normal capacity. The free flow of commercial food supplies into Yemen should prevent furhter increase in food prices, which have skyrocketed in the last few months. Data is the principal lifeline for two thirds of the Yemeni population. They've endured suffering on a huge scale since fighting escalated between government forces and the opposition militia in March twenty fifteen before the warring sides agree to deal at UN led talks in Sweden on Thursday clashes have prevented they sustained supply of commercially shipped food and fuel through. Data deadly pre-election violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC caused by police reportedly firing live munition at opposition supporters has been condemned by the UN's top rights official Michelle Basch, let the warning by the High Commissioner for human rights comes ahead of presidential elections on the twenty third of December. Here's a spokesperson Ravina Chamdo Sanni from the office of the High Commissioner of human rights, High Commissioner says she's deeply worried about the reports of excessive use of force including live ammunition by security forces against opposition rallies. Just days ahead of crucial elections in the DRC. It is essential that the authorities ensure that the rights to freedom of expression, and peaceful assembly are fully protected, and that they take all possible measures to prevent violence on Thursday. DRC? Authorities reported that thousands of voting machines have been destroyed in a fire in the capital can Schatzer MS Chamdo, son. He said that it was unclear who was responsible before noting a series of incidents where people had been killed while out campaigning or at political rallies for the opposition in Lubumbashi in Katanga province. At least three men were killed earlier this month when police reportedly fired live ammunition and use tear gas and water cannons against people. Supporters of the opposition had also reportedly disrupted campaigning by candidates from the governing coalition in the provinces of Kwilu Kasai, many amo and the key who's miss Chamdo. Sunny added staying with the UN human rights office. It has expressed concern that Nicaraguan civil society groups have come under increasing pressure in the country amid ongoing violations and abuses against political. Protesters Ravina Chamdo Sanni from the office of the High Commissioner for human rights, h Chr said on Friday that nine non-governmental organizations have had their legal registrations. Revoked by parliamentarians in the last two weeks. We are concerned about this. In fact, our region. Representative for Central America is currently in Nicaragua. And she will be raising these concerns among other issues. I mean, he I understand that the the there were decrees issued by the national assembly to cancel the registration of these NGOs, and they're taking place in a context, which is already very difficult for civil society in the country. So we're urging the government and state institutions to to fully respect the rights to freedom of assembly freedom of expression in country earlier this year, a u and human rights office team was expelled from Nicaragua a day after it published a report into violations and abuses committed in the country in September. The UN warned that individuals and groups associated with anti-government protestors increasingly face it criminalization and arrest, according to u n appointed independent rights experts since April this year, repression and violence have led to the deaths of more than three hundred people in Nicaragua. While another two thousand have been injured, Dan. Johnson UN news.

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News in Brief 13 December 2018

UN News

04:06 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 13 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the announcements of ceasefire between Yemen's warring parties in and around the key. Port of data was held by UN secretary. General Antonio Gutierrez on Thursday as a deal, which would improve the lives of millions of people. Speaking on the last day of UN, led talks, Sweden to decide the future of the war-torn country where it's people are in the grip of the world's worst humanitarian crisis. Mister, Gutierrez told those present that they had the future of Yemen in their hands. Mr. guitarist, also pointed out other breakthroughs in the first talks between government and position who representatives in two and a half years. We've also reached the mutual understanding to ease the situation ties, and I believe will lead to the opening of humanitarian corridors and the facilitation of the mining. Before coming here. You had already agreed on a prisoners exchange. Now, you have agreed on a time line and details for implementing the exchange allowing thousands, I repeat thousands of Yemenis to be reunited with their families. And finally, very important step for the peace process. You have agreed to engage in the discussions on a negotiating framework in the next meeting. These critical elements for the future political settlement to end the conflict, the UN children's fund UNICEF and the World Health Organization. WHO reveals in a report launched on Thursday that nearly thirty million babies are born too soon. Too small or become so sick that they require a specialized care to survive. The on the first month of life when it comes to babies and their mothers the right care at the right time in the right place can make all the difference said Omar Aldi, UNICEF deputy executive director noting that millions die every year because they do not receive it. The report survive and thrive transforming care for every small and sick newborn finds that babies with. Complications from being born premature or suffering brain injury during childbirth severe bacterial infection or Janis risk, death and disability. Dr Sumaya swim enough on WHO's deputy director general for programs praised universal health care to ensure that everyone including newborns has access to the health services. They need regardless of their ability to pay progress on newborn health care is a win win situation. She said it saves lives and is critical for early child development, thus impacting on family society and future generations, while global leaders meet in catalyst Poland at the cop twenty four conference to save the planet from the deadly effects of climate change u n human rights experts voiced concern on Thursday over reports that polish the thirties have been harassing arbitrarily detaining and questioning human rights. Fenders due to take part. Moreover, they said that some accredited participants had been denied entry to the country or prevented from travelling to catalysts. We are dismayed at the actions taken by the authorities to prevent free and unfettered public participation in these critical multilateral discussions. The experts said previously they had raised concerns with the polish authorities over new safety and security law drafted for the conference that they believed could hamper civil society involvement. The experts said we reiterate our call to the polish government to mmediately ensure full and affective participation and access to cop twenty four to all civil society representatives. They said that all human rights defenders should be allowed to gather an exercise their right to freedom of expression and opinion association, and peaceful assembly. Lists Kapiti UN news.

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News in Brief 12 December 2018

UN News

03:53 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 12 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations in a resolution endorsing a plan to address the Iran nuclear deal. The Security Council heard the latest report on its implementation, which asked the Iranian government to carefully. Consider the concerns of Member States regarding its activities represented by under secretary general for political affairs. Rosemary dicarlo mister Gutierrez welcomed the reaffirmation by the sinu- Tories to the joint comprehensive plan of action J C P O, a as it's formerly known which he said demonstrates successful multi-lateralism in a major achievement of nuclear non-proliferation dialogue and diplomacy though. He regretted that the United States has reimposed sanctions on the country after withdrawing from the plan in may the plan is intended to eliminate Iran's use and stockpiling of nuclear materials and as highlighted by mister Gutierrez should also deliver tangible economic benefits to the Iranian people. Misty Carlos said Iran has carried out ballistic missile tests since John. This year and reportedly carried out missile launches in Syria in October. The UN secretary are has investigated but has been unable to determine whether the missiles were transferred after a council. Resolution endorsing the deal came into effect for the first time ever the world is recognizing and international day to raise awareness of the need to have strong and resilient health systems for all regardless of where you live the UN proclaimed, December twelve as international universal health coverage day you h c day exactly a year ago in a call for advocates to stand up for the millions of people still in need of health coverage. And in a move to ensure the world sees universal healthcare by the twenty thirty sustainable development goals deadline. This came five years after the UN general assembly endorsed, a resolution urging countries to accelerate their progress toward universal coverage driving home the idea that everyone everywhere should have access to quality Affordable Care secretary. General. Antonio Gutierrez said. Good health is crucial to achieving the twenty thirty agenda and called it a fundamental human right tragically. This is not the case for half the world's population. He lamented in his statement for the day and said each year one hundred million people are driven into poverty because care costs far more than they can afford on a positive note. He noted many countries have set an example through their health service systems and through their universal coverage have demonstrated the link between investing in health and economic growth and the reduction of poverty and while reaching an international agreement on climate action at the crucial cop twenty four climate conferences complex, the UN. Chief has warned the one hundred ninety seven participating nations that a failure to do. So would not only be immoral. It would be suicidal in a return visit to the conference on Wednesday. Thousands of climate action decision makers advocates and activists have taken part in cut the V chip Poland with the objective of moving the two thousand fifteen. In Paris agreement forward where countries pledged to limit global warming to less than two degrees celsius key, political issues remain unresolved mister guitar said, but we are running out of time in my opening statement to this conference one week ago. I warned that climate change is running faster than we are in that cat Davicce must in no uncertain terms. Be a success as a necessary platform to reverse this trend. The UN chief cited in alarming scientific report on global warming issued in October by the intergovernmental panel on climate change the IPC C, which indicates that if global temperatures of two degrees celsius or more is maintained. It would be a disaster for the planet. He stressed that each nation faces its own challenges, but called on delegates and ministers to overcome their national preferences and work together to finish the job Natalie Hutchison, U N news.

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News in Brief 11 December 2018

UN News

03:47 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 11 December 2018

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations consultations involving the warring parties in Yemen have led to progress on a number of issues, according to u n special envoy Martin Griffiths after five days of talks in Sweden representatives from the Yemeni government and the Hootie position discuss the reopening of the airport in the Yemeni capital Saana, the de escalation of hostilities in these cities of ties and data and the exchange of prisoners, Mr. Griffiths said on Monday, some fifteen thousand names feature on the list of prisoners to be exchanged by sites. According to media reports the disastrous economic situation in Yemen was also topic of discussion Mr. Griffiths said after four years of conflict. Yemen's economy has collapsed contrbuting to a humanitarian crisis, which has left at least eight million people close to famine and more than three quarters of the population relied on aid, the special envoy said that he was encouraged by the positive and serious spirit of the two parties. 's and that he remains. I'm bishops about the outcome of talks tangible agreements will be announced by the end of this round of discussions. He said adding that he was looking ahead to a second round of consultations early next year. Some five point six million Syrians need help outside the war-torn country and more than a million babies have now been born to refugee parents living in exile UN agencies and partners said on Tuesday in an appeal for funding since conflict erupted in Syria in twenty eleven host communities in the region have supported those who fled despite the impact on their own development. UNHCR's Amin our told journalists in Geneva, we are appealing this year for five point five billion dollars that is to support neighboring countries, but also to support operations assisting refugees areas of health, water sanitation, food education, psychosocial support community services, and so on and so forth in total three point nine million. People from host communities in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and rock will also benefit from the aid, which is distributed through more than two hundred seventy humanitarian and development partners. Help is also required inside Syria where up to two. Hundred and fifty thousand people are expected to return next year. So far this year around twenty eight thousand Syrians have gone home. According to UNHCR, which notes that many families have resorted to early marriage and child labor to survive while in exile in two thousand nine hundred ninety eight funding will be used to help boost protection for refugees and get more children into education. In addition basic services will be enhanced and there will be a focus on providing economic opportunities, especially for women and finally the imprisonment of three rights activists in Myanmar for allegedly criticising the country's military authorities during peaceful demonstrations has been highlighted by leading rights expert, young E Lee, who's these special rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar said that it was wholly unacceptable that Lum zone Nang Apu and sow jet had been jailed merely for making statements about the military's actions. Her comments come after thousands of fled fighting between the military and ethnic armed groups in April. According to miss Lee activists zone is said to have called for the evacuation of civilians trapped in conflict areas Nang PU allegedly said that the military had prevented people from fleeing the special reporter said in a statement while Zao jet reportedly claimed that the military had displaced two thousand civilians and attacked others. All three activists were charged with defamation and sentenced to six months in prison. Mislead called on the Myanmar. Authorities to nullify the convictions and stop arresting people for exercising their right to peaceful protests. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Right. It's a previously infertile woman who has been given a uterus from an organ donation, and then from that was able to give birth that in itself super exciting. However, it has these little added bonuses of fun and interest, right? The uterus came from a woman who had been who was had a stroke. And so she was deceased when she donated the organ, it wasn't like I'm done with my uterus. Here you may have it and use it to birth many children. It was she wasn't organ donor. And so it was one of the organs harvested after she'd had her stroke, similar to kidneys and other organs that any organ donor is going to give which is one just opens up a whole new world of potential donors for this organ, but. I think I'm jumping ahead a little bit. Because it's also the first time it has ever been done ever with a person who was born in fertile with this specific syndrome called Mark AH syndrome, which is a string of foreign different names that I don't remember off the top of my head. I didn't write them down. But the marquee h syndrome, essentially is it's an affliction that the embryo gets. And it doesn't form one of the ducts that goes on to form the birth canal. So it's a genetic condition that happens to many many people, and they don't end up forming the uterus with they do end up forming is their ovaries and much of the rest of their body completely normally so she's been infertile her whole life, but a deceased donors universe was transplanted into her. And even though she never had a birth canal. But she did have ovaries she was able to undergo IV about seven months after the transplant surgery. Once they deemed everything was safe. And then she was basically birthing a baby that was one of her own eggs, which is just incredible in fast, extreme, right? And it just, you know, one human station period later, she had a six pound baby via c section so awesome. And the first time. Ceased donor uterus has produced a successful birth in Latin America and the first time ever worldwide person with Mark H syndrome has used a donated university. Give birth super exciting. Yeah. It's a fantastic story. Because really this is this is just opening up the picking poll aspect of a human body. Once we're done with it. The that somebody else could. Prolong their life or or bring new life onto the planet. And what and what a good argument also for gene editing, and it would be. If we could foretell that this was going to be a problem, and and prevent it. But yeah, what fantastic story. Yeah. I looked up a little bit of stats to the CDC says in the US alone over seven Willie over seven million women have used infertility serve services. So this could potentially be one of the ways to make a little over seven million women in the US find a way to give birth on their own with their own body..

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"december 2018" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"I just had graduate students and undergraduate students go out and collect dirt samples from a variety of different place. And then we brought the dirt temples fact to the lab, and we seleted Phages from them. And then what we did was we took this collection of Phages. And we started screaming extracts that we made from different streptomycetes strains to see if they had anything in them that could inhibit faith replication, and what we found was that a lot of streptomycetes strains, actually produce some kind of compound that protects them from Phages. So you've taken small molecules have been secreted by streptomycetes, and then tested them against the Phages and out of the ones that that did work was there any kind of patent that, you know, just absolutely there was so what we discovered was that the active compound that we were discovering are a class of Cules known as DNA in Turkey leaders. And so these molecules actually bind to DNA and prevent it from being transcribed or translated. So prevent the genes from being express. And so Streptomyces are producing these molecules that seem to be preferentially binding to the DNA at the concentrations. They're produced inside the cell, and and they prevent the DNA from being able to carry out any of the functions that are required for the face to survive. But one really interesting thing actually is that these Danny intercalated molecules they actually are fantastic anti-cancer agents and people actually back in the nineteen sixties. They used phase replication any coli as a way to screen for anti-tumor agents, and they discovered a lot of commonly used chemo therapeutics in this manner. But at the time nobody thought to really think about why are streptomycetes producing anti-cancer agent. So now that you've shown these molecules are part of the Fayed defense system. Does that provide? Some some of -tunities for using these chemicals. There's a lot of interest in trying to find new active molecules and people are starting to do a lot of screening of different secondary metabolites that are produced by bacteria, and I think this gives us a new way of finding new anti-tumor agents. And now, you have a whole new area of bacterial defense, which if you if you continue looking at these systems, you could find even mole molecules and chemicals, which could be medically useful. Yes. So along with the anti-cancer drugs, of course, these could be great to be used as antiviral agents in humans as well for therapeutics, and what's your pestle nextstep in exploring this? So we are currently exploring the production of other types of small molecules. I'm really interested in discovering the diversity of molecules that actually provide anti phased for suspense. So that's one area of research. And we are also interested in branching out into other bacteria. So how commonly are these anti phased compounds produced and how many different species of bacteria produce them that was coward Maxwell. From the university of Toronto Canada. You can find Karen's papa- night should come forward slash nature. Finally on the show. It's time while we chat about the news. The news jets and join him in the studio this week by Nisha gained European.

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"It has more of a benign tone to it because it's old coming back to this rule shaped by Jupiter inside. It's not like, you know, when MAs Aquarius squaring Jupiter and sat Scorpio, and they really digging the heels, Ian, this is just like, let's just keep it. Just feels more benign. That's the word that I keep coming back to a totally agree. Yeah. We didn't miss that. I ll nation. We're gonna that's gonna keep us on track. From now on I think Lisa doesn't doesn't realize what she's unleashed on us in pushing to continue to improve in funny kind of way. At least it has done a great job with that the filling. I'm just trying to pull up some famous like Mars nut to in conjunction people's people in order to illustrate that point from a NATO perspective because it seems like that sometimes useful tool to demonstrate or sometimes people appreciate that. Having a more concrete example, do you guys know of any or have you had any Mars Neptune examples that you frequently think of invoke sometimes? Gonna put my thinking cap on. Do you have anything else you mean, like a NATO charred or? Yeah. Like a needle either a close Mars Neptune conjunction or even like Mars Neptune being in the same sign and therefore co present and kinda rubbing off on each other in that same place. So in the very first astrology class that I ever taught there were four people with the Mars Neptune conjunction. Which I all met at a conference school. Are we kicking things again Austin? We were also we were doing a lot of punching things there too. Okay. Right. But yeah, I think if I can get it together, I'm totally posting video of me kicking something on the internet for you tomorrow Kelly to celebrate Martha's entrance into Pisces, please. I think myself and the entire podcast crew who just loft and law about my innocent comment about maybe you wanted to be focused and you kicking bodies. We would like to see an exemplar. I'll see what I can do. I'm busy. But okay. I know you've only got two thousand other things too. I'm Chris his an example, Bill Clinton, right? Okay. Right on the Sunda right on the Cendant in libra with MAs ruling, the Aries descendant that's tied into the thing. We were talking about we're using him as an example. I think of the when you're talking about libra in the sign one as somebody that had Venus in libra like in the first house. And his sort of having like an air about him or something that people often reported as being very striking when they met him in person as being very charming or something. But the it's not just having means and libra having Neptune Mars and Jupiter right there on the ascendant as well. Yeah. And he is if anybody was listening when I was talking about Neptune. Mas aspects by transit and being low energy in someone might have a Mazda. Gymnastic nightly was freaking out. Bill Clinton might be an example, all you can still have energy levels, and you can still obviously get a lot done. Even if you do have a mosque conduct Neptune aspect in unitl CHA well, so Christina caudal in the comments here is mentioning Charlie Sheen and believe that conjunction is in Scorpio. Mr., you know, who's I'll show say whose performance of the Marshall was strongly drug-fuelled. Right. So we have the Neptune in the Mars on and literally so, you know, Mars ruling iron and to certain degree the blood. And so he was like I have tiger blood right fantasizing Neptune about the blood Mars. All right. But it was entirely kinda kinda delusional Eve's going through a really sort of almost like manic period for few years there who he was on lots of drugs, right? Yeah. Is clearly in the haze. Sure that's just throwing up these charts. Quick there's that's his chart, and then here's Bill Clinton's chart for those watching the video version with the ascendant five libra and then Mars at six libra Neptune..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"I'm Mike or Moslim Pisces amazing. It's just different. And I just feel like I would just like something to be not MAs inequality is not Maznah sentence on five minutes. Bizarre for it to be for Mars of all planets to be just sitting that somewhere for so long. Smartly spent he's spent five months they would normally he's been six weeks. Yes. An even just emphasis even just energetically like Mars is usually like quick sudden things even when it's negative. It's like something that happens fast and happens suddenly or unexpectedly, and that's what's so such an anomaly about the retrograde period is just like sitting on some part of your chart for a very long time. Yet Mars has the greatest difference in speed different parts of its cycle. No other planet. Go has that much of a difference? Right. As Mars is. You know, basically Mars physically become Saturn. During part of the cycle. And then you know, and then start zipping along again. Yes. So looking at the chart, I mean, that's one of the big things that I noticed right away. Of course, we're also now getting more firmly into Jupiter and Sagittarius at this point. It starts up out at the beginning of the month. It's already at five degrees of cemeteries. So this is our first full full month of Jupiter in such Terry's. Even though we had most of November with that as well. Let's see what else is going on. We're about to hit the tail end of Venus. It looks like Venus starts out December first at twenty nine libra, and it's about to make its way back into Scorpio. So we're at the very tail end of all of the Venus retrograde stuff finally at the beginning of the month. Yeah. The within the first couple of days of the month. Venus returns to school PR and mercury returns to sad both of them, and you know, sorry, big Macri slips back into school PR. Beg your pardon. That's on the first I think and Venus comes back into scope here moving forward now..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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03:42 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"And this is basically the one year it's been one year. Now that Saturn has been transiting through your twelfth house, which can be. More of an isolated transit. Sometimes the toll house often has to do with places of isolation which can sometimes indicate a period in which you or either feeling a little bit more retiring or you're just working with things that are a little bit more isolated like traditionally that's been things like like prisons, or hospitals hospitals in places like that. But it can also indicate things like libraries or other sort of isolated places where you're sort of off on your own. The twelfth though, more broadly also has to do with endings since it's the last of the twelve houses before planets move into the first house and sort of start the cycle over again in emerge into the first house in some ways. So sometimes a planet a meter outer planet transit, especially like that can have to do with letting go of certain things and letting go of parts of your life that have sort of run their course or sometimes relationships that have run. Their course when planets that moved through that sign so when. Your homework assignments might be to think about what that transit has been about for you over the course of the past twelve months and ways in which it's sort of become more relevant in your life or ways in which some things have kind of run. Their course to the extent that maybe it's time to let go or move on from those things compared to whatever you were doing previously yen. I just wanna toss out one more on potential manifestation, which is often times when Saturn transits the twelve people kind of get kind of weird feelings subconsciously, and they so it sometimes time to work on psychological things. And if you're not really very conscious of that, you can kind of feel like a little off for fuel a little weirder than usual. But not know why. And so that that could be one way that some people are experiencing it as well as kind of like working on kind of their their mind, so to speak the twelve can also be like the past because it was the sign that was rising before you were born or in the our two before your Bornes south. Uh-huh. Asked to do with that which came before. And so sometimes twelve house transits can have to do with looking back and reflecting on the past which is sort of almost doubled from a archetypal or symbolic standpoint. With when we're talking about Saturn is the planet that sort of rules or symbolizes time going through that and can certainly represented period like looking back and reflecting on lessons from the past and the ramifications that the past has had for the present as well as how you might change things or alter things in seeing in looking back and reflecting on the past and changing what you're doing for the future to sort of do it differently. If you had a second chance. Let's see any other house. I mean, twelve is also enemies. Like, literally we've mentioned that in a lot of the other ones. So should mention it here. Just in the sake of completeness that sometimes the twelfth house can literally manifest as those whose intentions sometimes run at cross purposes to your own and sometimes with a Saturn transit can indicate especially for day charts surmountable difficulties of having to wrestle with the the general topic of just like people, you don't get along with in your life. That would probably be the best keyword, sing enemies. Little stark enemies like evildoers. But to say those that you don't get along with because the eleven the contrast is the eleventh, which is basically people you do get along with. Yeah. More or less, sir. But with a long-term Saturn over the course of because it's not just a quick transit. It's been happening for year. It started last December..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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04:15 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"More, energy or effort towards your finances. And that could be literally like trying to make a bunch of money before the year ends. It can also be a time where money is more stressful. There's more tensions around money. I'm trying to think of other ways that that can manifest is. Usually just either putting a lot more energy towards that area of your life or difficulties with that area. Yes. Sometimes Mars transiting a house like the second can bring additional anxieties involving money or possessions and some. Sometimes it can bring up actual the energy surrounding that. If it's it can kind of overflow in sometimes resulted things like actual tensions or strife or conflicts, surrounding financial matters or possessions. So in some instance, that instances that might be necessary might be necessary to have some sort of conflict that involves your financial matters. If you know, there's something that's that's going wrong. That needs to be addressed needs to be addressed in sort of a head on way. But you just want to be careful not to go overboard or not to go too far in terms of that transit because sometimes it can backfire or it can have downsides. If you internalize the energy in the way, that's not necessarily healthy. Like, sometimes Mars transit another manifestation, it might be relevant years. Sometimes Mars does things too quickly or excessively so can be like spending excessively spending more than you should maybe during the holiday season or something like definitely yet that be. Relevant december. Sure. So yeah. Just try to pay attention to that that transits going to be happening. Most of the month Mars does link up with Neptune around the early to middle part of the month and Pisces right around December seventh near the Newman. Okay. Run December seventh so sometimes that can bring a lack of clarity. Obviously, that's a long-term decade-long transit of Neptune going through second house of finances, which can sometimes bring a certain level of obscurity or lack of clarity to that area and Mars hitting that is kind of weird because it might mean that there's something about the the spending of money or the focus on money this month when it hits Neptune that could become excessive, but it might not be clear to you. How that's the case. Or y that why that's the case to imports a level of mysterious nece into the picture. Yeah. Definitely end up to going through your second as a longer term transit kennels, AVI. Kind of you accidentally drifting into ways of making money, but it not being. Clear whether that's like a good idea or not yet. Yeah. Yes. So let's probably something we'll have to come back to I guess Tunis stationing right now, actually November. Right. So even that's getting sort of amplified at this time. Right. So we'll have to come back to that. That's going to be a transit. I'm sure that we're going to discuss more in the future, but that's pretty much the Mars transit for this month. So once we get into the third week of the month, we run into the sun completes its passage through such terrorists. And it moves into Capricorn on the twenty first. So it moves out of your eleventh house of friends and groups and moves into your twelfth house of solitudes, it's a little bit more retiring of a of a transit that you always have around the same time each year starting around December twenty first and then the very next day. We have our second Lou nation of the month, which is a full moon that takes place in cancer in cancer is your sixth house of work and health. Yeah. So when the sun goes. Into Capra corn. It's always an interesting switch from the to the twelfth house focused because the eleventh is so social, and that's where the sun is for most of December. So it's in your social area. And then it switches to the house of solitude near the end. So you may be wanting to spend more time alone towards the end of the month in more more, contempt contemporary live and so forth and then the full moon right after that ingress is in your sixth house of work and health. So there may be a temporary culmination of sorts with regard to either a job that you're doing or if you employ other people there could be some sort of culmination ending surrounding a subordinate an employee there. Also other six house topics Cambio your health routines..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"But it's just kind of a sudden shift of especially the feel of the energy as well as the area expressed in and so Martin Pisces is much more indirect watery sign, and then it suddenly goes into Aries, which Mars rules and much more direct and forceful on kind forthright. And so that energy switches on New Year's Eve, and it also switches to your fourth house of. Home and family. And so they'll there may be kind of like, a a sudden shift on New Year's Eve of where you're of feeling like putting your energy all of a sudden, and that will go on through January. Yes. So there's probably gonna be a shift towards more energy being put towards the area of home and family may be more work done in your living situation or with respect to your house in general for some people. This can indicate greater anxiety or tension surrounding the living situation that begins with that transit by sort of carries through it for different reasons or sometimes conflicts can come up at home sometimes within that context. Whatever it is it something that just sort of starting on New Year's Eve. So it's not maybe hugely important to pay attention to. But definitely we can see some of the shifts or the shifts of the energy taking place somewhat starkly right around New Year's Eve in Newsday. Definitely. And then the other one that shifts on New Year's day is. As the sun, Saturn conjunction goes exact right on New Year's day. And while that's right into January, not technically December. We thought we'd mentioned it since it's the tail end of December basically, and so the sunset in conjunction going exact on your day is pretty striking in terms of, you know, New Year's day as often day of cleaning up and starting New Year's resolutions and things like that. And so people are usually kinda getting back to work or kind of trying to clean things up in whatever areas that day, but this will feel even more so than usual, and it'll be kind of like an energy of really getting back to work, and in particular, it's in your first house of self. And so you could have an extra spurt of like, I'm going to work on my body. I'm going to go to the gym this year because the first house one of the topics is the body, but also just a general sense of like your overall life like getting serious about what you're doing whatever you're focused on like self improvement. And this is almost sort of the one year anniversary. It's been a year. Now that Saturn has been transiting through cap. Or corn? Because it went into that sign originally in December of two thousand seventeen so it's been one year. And this will be the second time in that cycle that the sun has conjoined Saturn's. It's kind of an important turning point to reflect on what that transit has been about for you. Especially those of you, it's especially important for those of you. With Capra corn rising or were Capra corn is a dominant sign in your chart just because that represents the transit of Saturn through that sign over a two or three year period, and the increasing sense of importance sometimes it can be more of a own say depressive influence because it can be depressive in like, a psychological context. But sometimes it just slows things down or makes things more serious for a period of time. So that it's one of those times in the life were clearly things are a little bit more, momentous and everything means a little bit more than it does at other times in your life hersher, and what it often means to. Is that there's a lot more on your shoulders or you feel that there is like a there's a lot more work on your plate. You're often requested to or required to step into new responsibilities. That are may be heavier than you're used to or you're making in the middle of making major life changes. And so you can feel some exacerbate of that around New Year's day this year in particular, right? And so for those Capricorn rising that of course, is primarily going to relate to the first house having to do with either your physical body and appearance or things having to do with your character in your spirit than general, and some changes and restructuring that's taking place in that area of your life over this two or three year period, but that conjunction with the sun and Saturn on New Year's day is kind of a reminder, and it's kind of setting.

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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04:11 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"But it can make things a little bit more nebulous when it's transiting your eighth house involving your partners resources being either nebulous or something just unclear about that or financial deals like you said, you know, if you're needing to buy or sell something, I'm just trying to be as clear as you possibly can around the terms definitely or it's I think that is good advice. So the pretty much brings us to the end of the month where the very last transit. I mean, do we talk about both nations? Oh, no. We skipped. Yeah. Yeah. So there's gonna be a cancer full moon, which is in your twelfth house. That happens what around the twenty second or so twenty right? Okay. So December twenty first so there's a full moon, which the temporary culmination in your twelve house, which has to do with both solitude. So the time that you spend on your own with no one else around can also have to do with quote enemies. So people who don't have your best interests at heart. And so it's also ties in with your get to work theme when the sun goes in the cap or corn and into their sixth house, which is the place of work at the same time like the next day of full moon in a sort of culmination of events taking place in the twelfth house of solitudes that may be part of a general shift towards moving from a more social time to being a little bit more reclusive or a little bit more focused on like work in that which you need to to do to. To sort of get by in advance yourself. Definitely. Yeah. I would agree with that. And usually win. There are things going on in both sixth and twelfth house, which we'll talk about more incoming times because that's where the eclipses are happening for you for Lia rising. They're going to be a series of eclipses and 'Capricorno cancer. So you're six house of work in health and the twelfth house of solitude, I usually see need to balance usually people are working harder than usual. But then they also need to kind of figure out what the balances of taking time off and resting and things like that. And a lot of people asked us last month while we didn't focus on the nodes shifting into cancer and Capra corn and part of the reason for that is that it's not really until the nodes represent the where the path of the sun crosses the path of the moon. And when that happens there can be clips is so it's actually in January. We're gonna start getting Smith clips is in Capra corn for the first time. And that's going to be the first of a series of capital of eclipse between Capra Cornyn cancer in your sixth and twelve house that occur over the course of the next couple of years. So that's the point in which that nodal shift into those two signs is going to start to become much more relevant as part of that ongoing series of eclipse as between the six and twelve who having to do with work and health and having to do with other twelfth house topics which consum- times be things like seclusion on ice elation going it alone. Other times it can have to do with people in your life. That work at cross purposes to you or the you might classify as sort of an enemy or somebody works against you in some way, and the need to somehow find a constructive way to deal with people like that in your life, and some of the things that you'll so to be going through in terms of dealing with that constructively over the course of the next couple of years. Yes. So we'll be talking about that more in future months. Yeah. But I guess we'll we'll leave that for January. All right. The only other thing. So we have the Mars transit at the very end of the month. And then we have the Saturn question. Should we touch on the second question? I or or after. You can do Mars. I okay. So on the very last day of the year. It looks like Mars completes its transit through Pisces, and it moves into areas and areas your ninth whole sign house, which is the place of your philosophy. Your religion, your belief system. It's also the place of education and travel as well as exposure to foreign cultures and things that are foreign to what you grew up with..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"To like do something as simple as redecorating or reorganize your home in living situation in order to allow yourself to sort of rest and recharge as effectively as you possibly could. Maybe it has to do with your actual like having a home in living situation or gore signing leases or documents or hounding that in some instances people might relocate or find the need to relocate whatever it is. It's it's revisiting it. But also trying to bring some sense of finality or completion to it. So that you can move on with that part of your life over the course of the next few few weeks. Yeah. Definitely I've seen a few instances recently of people. Trying to sell homes that are arising and them contacting me asking why it's not happening yet. So this could be kind of like the final stages of moving that forward, and what's nice is. We'll have a nice turning point there. Especially around December six where mercury stations direct in Scorpio at the very end of this sign and then after that point it starts moving fast forward and starts picking up speed pretty quickly. And then very quickly moves out of that sign by December twelve when it'll move into such Terry's. But before we get there, we have the other major transit that's happening at the beginning of the month, which is the new moon in such terrace which takes place on December seventh and so the new moon insanitary joins Jupiter, which we just talked about briefly last month Jupiter spending a year trending, your fifth house of romance and children and general having fun. And so it'll be expanding that area of your life in the new moon on December seventh kind of punctuates that an. Adds an extra new beginning to something in that realm for you. Right so Jupiter. Just went in last month. That's going to be these teams of growth and expansion that are taking place over the course of the next twelve months, but a lot of that really ramps up this month, especially once we have that new moon insanitary is on December seventh because a new moon always represents a new beginning or laying new foundations or seeds of something that will grow over. The course of the next six months, so in the fifth house that could have to do with things pertaining children, whether it's your own children, if you have children, whether it's having children at some point in the future, or even in some instances, the fifth house can do with just the topic of children in your life in general, and it can mean other people's children in the role that they play in your life. So we've had we've had some funny examples of that. Right. Like, what was the my favorite one was the children's book writer, right? Yeah. I'm blanking on her name right now. A was it. Judy blume's yet Judy Blume as a stallion of planets like four or five planets in the fifth house. And she show both has children. But also she ended up writing children's books because one of them is the ruler pretend thousand career and that came to define her life. She became an award winning child children's book author seen this relevant to in people work with children in schools and things like that as well. Right. So that won't be the case for everybody. More broadly, the fifth house can also be that which you create in general more broadly speaking, especially sometimes than artistic sons, so can represent a new beginning with respect to if you have any sort of artistic or creative aspirations or if that's direction in your life that you'd like the head towards than certainly a new moon in your fifth house would be a good time to lay foundation for something that will grow in develop over.

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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03:31 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"It was more like a short term thing to can you think of an examples. I think those two are kind of the the most common either like Roman revisiting romances or reworking something with your children. Yeah. Or like revisiting the topic of children like if you want to have children, I'm finding that you had children. I once had a client like that who had Venus retrograde or something Saturn, go through fifth house. And like finding out that he had a child that didn't like thirty years later, something that's unique on that's pretty dramatic not necessarily everyone with cancer rising. I'm not saying you will all find shelter this month. You never know. So that some of the fifth house stuff going on, and that's really especially focused in the first week when we have those shifts take place in we have mercury stationing direct there because it starts picking up steam pretty soon after that the other major thing we have in that first week is a new moon, which takes place on December seven and such terriers. And this is happening in the other sector of your chart with his lot of activity this month, which is your sixth house of work and health. Right. And so that's the area. We mentioned briefly last month where Jupiter is spending a year kind of expanding that area of your life. So exp- bringing expansion and potential new horizons to either your work life or your your health routines or something of that nature. And so this new moon will happen within that context in the same sign of such terrace. Right. So the general cycles of sort of like. Growth and expansion that started last month without your long cycle of Jupiter through such terrace. Really get keyed off this month when we have this new moon because then it's like creating a new foundation or laying the seeds for something that will grow especially over. The course of the next six months between now in the middle of next year when there will be a full moon eventually in your sixth house, and some of the things that you initiate now this month in December will eventually come to fruition at that point in the middle of two thousand nineteen. All right. So that's going on. We've got the sun moving through Sagittarius most of the month. Eventually mercury also moves into such Terry in the middle of the month on December twelve so that's going to just increase that same energy and sort of ramp up some of the communication mercury. Of course stations retrograde there last month. This is going to be mercury still retreading old ground for a little bit. And maybe returning back to something that you thought was finished or that you needed to revisit from last month. When mercury was in a similar spot near chart related to either your workplace or perhaps related to your health. So that could be something like a diet and exercise regime, but it could also be something pertaining to like a doctor in meeting Dr doing sometimes health tests or sometimes having to redo health tests, a pretty straightforward common manifestation of murky retrograde in the six house and also if you're thinking about having pets, I think that's a lovely Jupiter. Expansion of the six palace. We'd mentioned I think after we did the horse last month we should bring in pets for sixth house because sometimes relevant people's lives. And so especially with that new moon there and the Jupiter transit if you were thinking about maybe getting a pet that might be a new start, right or the six houses also people that work for you or people that like employees or people that are in a subservient role to you..

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"And so even though there's a full moon kind of culmination going on at that time. It may still be part of a larger story that continues to unfold throughout the the year and into next year. Right. So if there's a full moon here. In the third house this month that means that six months earlier there was a Newman harassed. You probably started something, especially maybe learning how to communicate something or some sort of educational thing, which now comes to some sort of Coleman Asian this month when you have this full moon in cancer in the third and since we're going to be bouncing back and forth since the eclipses are going to be bouncing back and forth. Starting in January between Capra corn and cancer. A large part of the emphasis of of that over the next. Couple of years is going to be this division between what you've learned. And what you know, or what you believe which is ninth house topics versus how you communicate those things to the world at large to other people, which is more of a third house topic and last month. Some people asked us why we didn't talk a lot about the nodes moving into those signs and cancer and Capra corn. And it's because it's not really until it clips is start taking place in those signs that that's going to become really relevant. And so that's going to start next month, which with the first clips taking place in Cabra corn. And then I think at some point later, we'll get Smith clips isn't cancer as well. Right. All right. So that kind of brings us though, towards the end of this month, the very last thing was giving something. Yeah. We have the Mars transit as well through Pisces, which we may be didn't. Yeah. It's not on the calendar. So Mars is gonna be transiting for the entirety of December through your eleventh.

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"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"december 2018" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Month of December of two thousand eighteen joining me today's Lisa Shyam LIZA. I Chris, and we're going to be looking at the planetary transits in the movements of the planets relative to your horoscope for a basically the next few weeks. So let's jump right into it. So I we have just the circular chart for those of you with areas rising were Aries your first house, I whole sign house. And that's the primary thing that we recommend looking at our horoscopes from the perspective of is your rising sign, although you can also look at them from the perspective of your son sign, especially if you have a day short or your moon sign, especially if you have a nightshirt. So the shows where the plants will start at the beginning of the month, and how far through the signs of the zodiac they'll get by the end of the month. But let's actually jump to our other chart which actually shows the dates when the planets will move into certain signs it also shows the loon Asians, the new moon and full moon as well as planetary direct or retrograde stations. So this is a good starting point because we can see the very first thing that happens. If we move through chronologically is we have to planets move into Scorpio at the beginning of the month with mercury I moving into Scorpio or retrograde ING back. Into Scorpio on December first and then Venus moving direct into Scorpio on December second so for those of you with with areas rising Scorpio is going to be your eighth whole sign house, which is typically one of the things associated with eighth houses. It's the area of shared resources and shared finances or other people's money and general so usually when planets moved through the eighth house. They tend to bring up issues related to other people's money, either of a close partner or sometimes just other people in your life in general, right? And it's interesting that they're both going back into your eighth house because it kind of shows that there is going to be a wrapping up or a kind of a tail end of revisiting of some of the topics that you've been dealing with for a while in that realm because mercury's going back into that house, and then Venus is covering the same territory that. That it was doing in September October Venus was an Scorpio back then before it went into libra. And so now it's going back through your eighth house for the entire month of December. Right. So we had the whole Venus retrograde where Venus stationed there, and so sometimes that has to do with some topic that came up a few months ago with respect to shared resources, probably in your life. There's other eighth house topics. I mean, the house can sometimes have to do with issues pertaining to mortality issues pertaining to inheritance even sometimes like hidden or symptoms like a Colt matters can sometimes come up is like interesting or or weird eighth house type topics. But generally since this is planets returning back to that sign. It should be bringing something back up that maybe you dealt with few months ago, and you thought you had finished, but perhaps you need to revisit or return to during the course of the especially the early part of this month, yet definitely and also anything having to do with like mortgages alone 's other. Other sorts of financial topics like that also in the house, right? We always laugh we were doing delineation what earlier this month that was like a group reading for a local astrology group and somebody has heavy eight thousand placements, and we're trying to describe that. And it was also connected with their eleventh house of groups and friends and organizations and trying to explain that thing of how the shared resources or other people's money should be a major feature in their life. And they ended up having something really funny. Didn't look very literal something like a foundation for like dealing with people's estates. Right. They worked for a like an organization or foundation for dealing with people's the states, which really nicely. Brought all of those topics together. Right. So it doesn't always have to be so literal like that. But just the notion of returning back to bring to completion or bringing full circle some things having to do with other people's money as one of the themes that you might be dealing with this month. All right..

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