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Official: Plans for Kherson annexation

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Official: Plans for Kherson annexation

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Russian official issues stark threats to the West

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Russian official issues stark threats to the West

"Moscow has said any western sanctions will be met with tough measures from the Russian side in comments on the social platform Dmitry Medvedev the deputy head of Russia's security council and former placeholder president suggested that Moscow may respond by opting out of the last nuclear arms deal with the US hunts by cutting diplomatic ties with western nations and freezing the assets the sanctions have so far placed tight restrictions on Russian financial operations Vonn technology exports and froze the assets of Russian president Vladimir Putin himself Washington and its allies say that even tougher sanctions are possible including kicking Russia out of swift the dominant system for global financial transactions I'm Karen Thomas

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Indonesia Plane Crash Probe Centers on Engine Control Problems

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Indonesia Plane Crash Probe Centers on Engine Control Problems

"Okay. The first item in our news segment is from wall. Street journal dot com indonesia plane crash probe centers on engine control. Problems the dad. The data indicates the data indicates the so-called auto throttle system which automatically adjusts feel flow and thrust to maintain the paths at. My pilots wasn't operating properly on one engine. At some point during the boeing seven. Thirty seven five hundred. Climb away from the nation's capital jakarta on january nine according to some of the people familiar with the matter instead of shutting off the system. They said the flight data recorder indicates pilots tried to get the stuck throttle to function such engine control. Malfunctions can create significant differences in power between engines making a twin engine jet harder to control and it kapit potentially distract pilots from maintaining a safe flight. Okay twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on a single engine. I don't know why they're talking about now. Single engine because we're talking about an auto throttle anyway. I'm sorry i should read the wall street. Journal article twin engine aircraft such as the seven thirty seven are designed to fly safely on single engine and pilots are trained to do that in various situations but large differences in thrust between engines according to pilots and safety experts require swift pilot recognition of the problem. Which would ideally be followed by quick responses and manual commands. Harjo sought meco deputy head of indonesia indonesia's national transportation safety committee confirmed the probe is looking into an auto throttle problem. He said investigators may obtain specific information about the pilots handling of the auto throttle after listening to the cockpit voice recorder which authorities are trying to retrieve from the crash. Site that device. The plane's second black box could shed more light on what pilots were saying on the flight. Deck as they responded to the malfunction Let's see those familiar with the details of the probe. Along with safety experts tracking. It said it was too early to draw definitive conclusions about why two experienced pilots lost control. The jet or what other factors may have contributed to the crash information from the flight. Data recorder is under further analysis while pilot records and maintenance files are being examined. Investigators haven't detailed the primary focus of the probe. Though they they say that both engines were putting out power when the jet hit the water killing all sixty two onboard they also have said the location of debris indicates the plane was intact when it hit the water so it goes on in this article a talk about the flights and information. I think that we've already discussed on the show that so apparently there was on previous flights. There were a couple of write ups individual write ups on different flights About the auto throttle system and if that is indeed what happened. Here i i. Don't it's hard for me to mel again. I i hate to say anything because it's all speculation but if the bottles don't work properly than shot the auto throttles off the airplane flies. Just fine without a throttles. There are a lot of airplanes out there today. Blind without auto throttle system. So i hope they didn't get so distracted or focused on the system. They let the airplane. Get away from them and Crash but they tend to be pointing in that direction. I think yeah. I wish i knew more about the seven. Thirty sevens systems but If if i'm guessing correctly The throttles would move In response to the auto throttle which would generate the correct response in the The fayed echo the macula. Whatever feel control system there is On the and these engines So i'm just a bit bemused as to why particularly when you have got You can see the throttled move in response to what the throttle is doing. You can detect the problem. I would be very surprised. That they if they got uncommanded or throttle movement that they wasn't an essay shaded warning with it a bit surprised that the oldest shuttle didn't attorney itself because normally what all throttle does something unusual it's detected by whatever full system there is in the system mandate will turn itself off So yeah. I think you're probably right jeff I think they may have got Over very interested in trying to solve a problem on weren't paying enough attention to what their plane was doing In this situation. It's very important for the pond flying to concentrate on his job and who was trying to find the issue It just to Do their thing almost independently both get involved in trying to fix. What is effectively is just at part throttle full. As you said is relatively minor pro.

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"deputy head" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"deputy head" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The deputy head off Gotcha in south Sudan when this out the world's biggest iceberg, which broke away from Antarctica three years ago, is bearing down on the British overseas territory of South Georgia in the South Atlantic, known as a 68, a The iceberg is similar in size to the whole island. We're now joined by a marine Ecologist who works with the British Antarctic survey. Dr Sally thought, Sally. Thank you so much for joining us here on used a this morning. This iceberg. Tell us exactly how far is it from South Georgia? And and? And when could it Well, Good morning. Yes, it's a It's an enormous eyes almost 160, kilometers long by 40 kilometres wide. This point we think it's about 400 kilometres now from the island, and it's Current space traveling around about 20 kilometres a day so it could have carried on in a straight line. It could reach out and give us an idea of the size of this particular iceberg. So nearly 160 kilometers long South Georgia itself, actually, almost certainly important, it's wide open them, and so yeah, it is massive is enormous. Now we're not expecting it to actually collide with the island itself, because it's an iceberg, so there's a lot of the ice and water This iceberg is thinner than a lot of the icebergs that I've gone through this region so they could get closer to the island than other ones have done when it runs onto the continental shelf. And I think this sounds like something out of One of those movies that some of us go and see isn't but I presume he could have devastating consequences for South Georgia. Is this a populated island? So you're right. It could have impact is populated mainly by Predators lambaste predators such as penguins on DH sales that depend on the ocean around it for foraging for their food, So as we're heading into the Southern Hemisphere in the breeding season is particularly important that these animals Khun get to their food's awesome back in a reasonable amount of time so that they can feed their young if this iceberg Does ground on the continental shelf and potentially blocks some of those foraging moves. It could have serious consequences for the pups and the chicks on the island. Women think sorry. Carry on, please. I was just going to say also because it causes when it grounds that means it's scraping the sea floor. South. Georgia's got very diverse community lots of different animals living on the sea floor. And so the iceberg is effectively scaring those as it goes through the region. When we think of icebergs we think of the Titanic don't way I mean How much damage did they do? They do They do good as well. So, yes, they can be really valuable actually in the open ocean, particularly where especially in the southern ocean. This and areas of the ocean. But don't have enough nutrients wears an iceberg as it melts will release these important nutrients into the ocean, and I can encourage growth of their fighter points in this very small marine plants. And it's very growth and that can have a positive impact through the future. And also fair, fair absolving Come dioxide from the atmosphere so they can be a positive thing as well. Just very quickly as we're coming up to the news. Climate change. What sort of impact is that Having on? Well, I spoke carving when they break off from my sheets isn't actually thanks just regularly anyway, But what we're seeing is that the ocean warms in particular. On the ice shelves of pinned underneath. We're likely to get increased carving. Eso increased icebergs into the region. Dr. Sally thought, thank you so much for joining us. They're the size of.

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"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ford, such sport for more and all the football and sports from around the globe, the shadow of the team that they were on the Guadiana. But still James, I'm afraid to say messy, very German LDA. We're not having this debate on. We haven't got enough time in the program when those U. S elections assorted, we can have a discussion about that instead. Let's go to south Sudan now, though, where an age workers being killed just days after another humanitarian worker was killed, trying to help people affected by flooding and conflict in the country. It brings to nine the number of people aid workers killed in violent attacks that this year while the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in South Sudan has condemned the attack, and joining us now is the deputy head of office in south Sudan, and it turns That morning to you. Can you tell us about the killings and and and thank you for joining us? I understand. Both of these aid workers are south Sudanese or worse. L Sudanese. Thank you so much. And good morning. You're absolutely right. Both of these colleagues south Sudanese who had offered their lives in terms of their dedication of what they did. And they lost their lives. Both of them were nutrition markers so working to support the most vulnerable, malnourished Children and their mothers, and they lost their lives in this way. But also with these incidents. It's not just they who were killed their colleagues. World injured And those injuries impact people in such a way that they may actually lose their livelihood. If they're on able to physically continued that type of work, so This happens because our community insecurity there, living working moving in communities where Criminals where people with guns Attack on DH. This is what happens now we know and that that there are incidents of sporadic clashes between different ethnic groups. Is this local aid workers being caught up in this or when you use the term criminality? Is it armed people who were just raiding these places to get some of the supplies they have? Or or things like that? There seems to be a mix. It were very honest. These two incidents over the last week were where the colleagues were moving along the road and they were ambushed. So these were not targeted, knowing that the colleagues were humanitarians. We know that during one of the incidents and or three colleagues involved in one of them had a bag. And the bag was taken while they were all shot a cz part of the incident, so some of it definitely seems to be related to physical resource is so people with guns who want the resource is and they leverage violence against those were moving. On this case, it happens to be that they were our humanitarian colleagues. So for the communities who live in this type of environment where this type of criminality this type off, armed attack is prevalent. Can you imagine what this means for the most vulnerable, But we know about these incidents because their colleagues on DH We get those reports. And Janet has it halted these programs as a result of these tax? How's it been affected the programs that they've been working on? That's exactly it. As a result of these incidents, and any others like them, we have to suspend activities. So we have to suspend the humanitarian activities that provides life saving services, especially to the most vulnerable in these communities. The aid workers themselves must be safe so to most people who come to access the services Minute hands. Thank you very much for joining us this morning. She's the deputy head off Gotcha in south Sudan.

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"deputy head" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"deputy head" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hurricane Sally left many stations out of power and desperate people in long lines competing at the one still open. Don't end up making your situation worse by getting arrested at the gas pump because you decided you were going to cut in line. Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan urges patients until supplies return Gulf Power says it has restored electricity to about 200,000 of its 285,000 customers in the Panhandle. Florida has regained more than half the jobs it lost when the Corona virus pandemic struck. People are finding jobs, they're going backto Work. It may not be the same job they may be finding one job where they had to sew Department of Economic Opportunity. Chief economist Adrian Johnson says the state's unemployment rate of 7.4% does not paint the whole picture. But it marks a definite step forward. Those numbers could improve as bar's re open, the state's top business regulator says Getting to stay open depends on how well they get their patrons to follow safety rules. They're going to get it right this time. I really believe that perusing the bars were going to do a better job palsy. Bashir says he has shifted Basement officers working hours toe later at night. Bar's got to open in June but got shot down again three weeks later. After widespread noncompliance with guidelines Florida State football coach Mike Norville has tested positive for the Corona virus, and he will miss next week's game at Miami. Is he quarantines? Norville says he feels fine and his wife and daughter tested negative. Deputy head coach Chris Thompson will lead the team in the meantime, and I felt weak to tomorrow features all three Florida teams. The Dolphins host the Bills, the Jaguars play the Titans and the bucket. He's host a Carolina team with a new coach, a new quarterback and not much film to study on them. That's just what it is. So we gotta figure out a winning game. We've got to figure out howto, you know, be more consistent. Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady there with Florida's news. I'm John the question I.

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FSU coach Norvell tests positive for virus before Miami

CBS Sports Radio

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

FSU coach Norvell tests positive for virus before Miami

"Florida state coach Mike Novell announced they tested positive for the Corona virus yesterday is isolating. Deputy head coach Chris Thompson will serve as interim coach Ron Orval is away Florida State off this week They were scheduled to play at a rival Miami next

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FSU coach Norvell tests positive for virus before Miami

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00:13 sec | 1 year ago

FSU coach Norvell tests positive for virus before Miami

"Florida State football coach Mike Norville says he feels no symptoms. But we'll miss next week's game at Miami because he's tested positive for the Corona virus. Deputy head coach Chris Thompson will step in. Norville says his wife and daughter tested negative.

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"deputy head" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

The Highland Good Food Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"deputy head" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

"What can we do to help you. Get that food or cook lead. Cook length gray food. What do you want from us. And how can we associate that. I'm so we very early on made links with primary school. The deputy head them came onto a board headteachers. Been really supportive and we created a whole food program to work with every single class but what was important was that we weren't coming in with our own agenda for it. We were asking school. What do you want. And they really wanted to vote in the community. They really wanted that to be more of a connection between school and community. Food was the method of being able to do that. And so we got the school involved in the community fridge. They were the biggest partners of the of the fridge because all the kids go and check the fridge every single day clean during school time but also the school said they wanted to grow more food in the school and they wanted every kid to plant harvest and cook food that was from the school grounds. And so we just enabled that to happen. We used land. That was already there. We luckily they already had a polyvinyl a previous project. But even if we hadn't had the police Use the land that already there. We kept it simple which was really good. Kept the message going with every single class. That is really easy to palm seeds grayson food harvest and cook it and that the satisfaction that one gets from doing that almost outweighs like even just the nutritional value of it. it's just the empowerment that goes with it and the sense of achievement of like i. I've done that an i. I've cooked that voice out movies and what we noticed with the kids. They also loved getting their hands dirty. They loved getting involved with it. That is a huge partnerships that we have with food is with the local school. We've also built up relationships with the mir hub. They absolutely have their finger on the pulse of what's happening in the village and guessing the mir hub on board with the community. Fridge was so important as well so that we have buy in from other community. Groups is their involvement with the community. Fitch the mir development trust have the fridge on their property and also they pay actress. Forty two which is very important as well but they're very much one of the shed partners ovation's though because the fridge isn't that whole village they support that and they enable that to happen as well and they're an incredibly supportive partner in that about getting the word out about it and spreading the message about what's good about the fridges that it's really easy way to demonstrate how we can save food from going to landfill but also measure it in a really tangible way because we know how much food is going into the fridge. How much is taken out so weak. Who workout we've got you. Hundreds of kilograms hundreds and hundreds of kilograms food going in especially during covid and that food goes within half an hour's well. It's incredibly fast turnaround. So it's definitely making a difference not only to.

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Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie

Scummy Mummies

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie

"Tennis about your family my mom and Dad. Both. In Ottawa in Canada, that's where I was boon. and my step dad as well. He's glorious. He's been my mom now for like thirty years. So he's very much a family and and then my brothers in Toronto he's an actress well, producer director and a creator and his what's in my brother's named Andrew and his wife's name is Tanna spelt the same way wow. So are they to ten meetings? There are two Chinese, and my partner's name is Andrew. Hang on. Boo. Hello. About two nieces over there in Toronto and then so my family here I've got a twelve year old girl named willow. And that's it. Excellent. Your twelve yard is just started year seven. Finishing. Because you've, you've got one on the way. Yes. I have just got a daughter in your six and we just had like the zoom. Deputy head. Of School and so we are just entering the kind of whole mine change. Our Periods come. Online David. It's really. Out of biggest the yeah I am too bracing myself because all the whole thing like she's been fairly hippie south London local primary school. Uniforms and all sorts of serious. Big. Thing. How's your first year being I mean it's been weird obviously and yes in a cupboard but. I have to say I'm one of the lucky parents in that. If she was a younger, I would have had to be dealing with homeschooling in an active way what I mean six actually the curriculum in your six is very hard for them. Obviously, it's straightforward because led up to it but if you're going to ask I mean I can't even do kind of long division. Wants me to help with something and I'm like. Well this is how I did today in nineteen. Seventy. Spending. Here's a calculator. By hand. And then it would have had to be way more hands on. Whereas the seven will I have found? It could just be a terrible ma'am. I do admit that. It could just be because I'm a very bad person but I basically done nothing. That sounds Dreamy I've done nothing. She's been in her room. Doing actual classes they have to sign in on zoom every morning at eight thirty, eight, forty, five. Yeah they do the full schedule of classes on say wow. And she has breaks they even do pe. She's got two room. She got my Yoga Mat. She's the whole Shebang but from home. And we still have the report cards and everything. So she's kept up. Wow and I just stood back and you can just like stop smoking the garden having been. Doing. I kissing by the garden shared. A room like she's. If you tips for the transition surviving the transition well I think I had to make sure I didn't get. Involved or helicopter around her social life because for me when I realized, it was that the most important thing is that socially she feels anchored. Yeah. All this concern about. This class that class her grades teaching did it, and actually at that stage is entirely secondary. It's about her making friends because that's the only thing for my daughter that she was concerned about. Her nerves came from. Will I make any friends because you didn't know anybody at hunters to to you know what I mean. And so I got on board with her to just focus on that and not be don't talk about. Other stuff. Parents would that we would get on the kiss in a twist about. The sleepless night. Yeah it's my business. So she'd be like, Oh, I want make Koshi. Will up he? Didn't. Give, confidence in the of the first day meeting and she went to school in the first week with a stinking cold. So she was a bit kind of glassy-eyed anyway she's patient zero. I think. It's nice. To know where we'd have. Yeah. So actually that was a bit of it ended up being a bit of an openness to meet some people could be sputtering away and go to are you? Okay she went no, I'm dying apparently made them laugh. You Bronte sisters.

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"deputy head" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About each other is the view of clothes or reducing conflict let me just introduce you to one of the teachers what's your name ma'am so closely at all would you do here I'm the deputy head teacher of the school and district explained to us how many kids come to the school and so far we offer but a very large population of around six hundred pupils how many classrooms we have eight classrooms a plus two other A. C. do classrooms okay note how many teachers of the school we have six DSC details and it'll come to you the justices six teachers aides teachers in total over six hundred kids so you do need more teachers office now we have asking our government to provoke to give us more teachers to cater for this growing publishers do before and what does his kids come from which areas do they come from this children comes from within my district of them come from within and then we have a few from their neighboring county that destroys their county and then others from Uganda so they cross a river thank you very much for talking to us on the cross the bridge and come from Uganda to the school they walk maybe about two kilometers which is not too bad for many remote parts of this country to be honest with you and they walked back to Gunnedah when they're done with school and the interrupted students again the idea is to encourage peace let me bring bucked a global repair once jumped in on many levels and to gloat you are being credited for you what can help you transform former warriors a lot of the ones that I've spoken to say you are the reason why the check came out of the bush this place used to be bush's some upset is that true it is through this prism of bloody leave conceive an adult adult but today I'm really happy to see that there the end with that idea that now that the code to govern the government not being a little bit development that buys sitting said the school coming this peace will be sustained there is need to create jobs we've already talked about the fact that the kids are going to school together so that's one thing but what more needs to be done to make sure all the bus booklet doesn't go back to the problems of the past the violence of the past to the cattle rustling but it was known for this is the most important is a close his people because of US allies are from us they need to be given more education also helps to to give to animals and up at those levels you soon and also to keep their kids through a private placement and we'll give them are labeled with technique schools we have added them to a skiing at training technical report thank you very much Connie I'll be talking to a former warrior later on you need to stay around to listen to but hopefully I'll have a bit more time to speak to him so you can just tell us a bit more about what it was like to be a warrior and how his life has been impacted and what's the future looks like for his kids sounds really interesting and we look forward to listening to that I'm going to return to the latest developments on the spread of the code nineteen virus here are some of the headlines to today at a story becomes the next European country confront to confirm its first case of the virus at Pakistan closes schools after two confirmed cases and then it's closed its border off with Iran a major hot spot for the virus president trump has appointed his deputy Mike pence to lead the United States is a response to the global emergency which is imagine a it's emerging as that meanwhile Saudi Arabia is denying entry to foreign pilgrims wishing to visit Mecca in an effort to contain the virus and in Australia the prime minister there Scott Morrison has warned that the world is about to be gripped by a corona virus pandemic the time that the World Health organizes I feel tell us about what the Australian prime minister as said and what's the latest well straight is activating an emergency plan to deal with the outbreak of the corona virus that has been a senior governments meeting of the prime minister and his senior colleague send the plan would ensure that there are adequate medical supplies and protective equipment for medical staff across across the country should that be quote a surge in cases of the disease within Australia's hospital system now the government he says that the goal if there is a pandemic would be to slow it spreads in Australia and in a worst case scenario large gatherings would be canceled here such as sports matches and concerts elective surgeries at hospitals would be postponed intensive bad numbers would be increased and also care homes for the elderly would be locked down and childcare centers close so poised and ready for sale and you've just painted us a picture there but how ready is it I think Australia wants to be on the front foot wants to be proactive we sing that's already Australia his LA fifty eight hundreds of its citizens sense of who they province in China and also from the diamonds princess cruise ship in Japan those citizens of being taken into quarantine on Christmas island in the Indian Ocean of remotes Australian territory or it's a former workers camped near the city of Darwin so Australia very much wants to be on top of the head of the corona virus effects full possible so far we have twenty three confirmed cases of cove it nineteen the virus here in Australia fifteen of those patients are reported to have recovered eight others were on board the diamond princess so Australia won't suspect to flee to become a fortress against the virus and that's another reason why this month long ban on foreign nationals arriving in Australia from mainland China has been extended for another week and then let's look at that time that the prime minister Scott Morrison has used a calling this a pandemic controversial because the World Health Organization insisting it's not yet a pandemic no the prime minister Scott Morrison I use that term free late today there appears to be little reluctance here about using the term pandemic the prime minister Mister Morrison saying that so the government believes the risk of a pandemic is very much upon us globally and he expects a global pandemic to be declared soon so that's why Australia is activating this emergency plans certain elements of this strategy as we say will be enacted straight away in terms of those medical supplies and having a plan to free up capacity in the hospital system those other mentioned other measures we spoke call for canceling sports matches for example they all measures for further down the track but as we say Australia wants to be prepared in Australia expects that the world will soon declare the corona virus to be a global pandemic the message thank you very much now with a corona virus spreading around the world scientists have been racing to develop possible treatments now the first US clinical trial for a corona virus treatment has been launched at the university of Nebraska the Medical Center in Omaha Newsday's Alex Ritson has been speaking to Dr Andrei Khalil who is overseeing the trial sort of patients have the covert nineteen not only they have the virus but also they have to have a in the morning they have to have a long involvement from infections so as we know today about eighty to ninety percent of patients affected by disgruntled buyers they have mild disease about twenty percent to develop more severe symptoms these are the patients there we're going to be enrolled in this trial say you use a drug called ram tests of it was originally designed to treat it better learn it wasn't very good at treating if I don't know what makes you think it's going to affect after against the coronavirus out of several drugs from the clinical trial evaluated the one that seems to have the most activity against rotavirus is run that severe our understanding based on in vitro data animal data is that one does if you're has clear activity against the virus what would you say that what does it do what have you seen in restaurants it impedes the replication of the virus by getting into the look like asset of the fires suite so what does that mean in terms of a patient who takes it how quickly would they get better do you think this is exactly the question the trial endpoints the main goal of the trial is to see how fast to the patients improve their clinical symptoms when they receive run that severe compared to placebo in we gonna public many therapists and adaptive trials the first stroke we gonna test and give and that's if you're in the hypothesis is that friend that's of your we'll improve clinical this patients faster than if they have just a supportive care giving you know Floyd's oxygen and whatever medications they need between fifteen days the hypothesis that displaces will display much less symptoms so less cost less favored than one is going to result in much faster and you're gonna have to stay in a hostel shorter term ended and have better survival such is their drug better than placebo yeah the problem with this is that it is a clinical trial these things normally take years this virus is spreading across the world like a wild fire is you'll clinical trial actually going to produce a result in time definitely there's a chance we can have very rapid results so that that this process is something that has not been done very much before and said this is relatively new a friend that's if you chose in the first one hundred patients at this better than placebo very soon we gonna move destructive control and bring about a drug and once we have a lot of drug we most of our progress so the trial is going to run fast very efficient says understanding the first patient came in last week how is the first patient during his definitely getting better and it's definitely something that gives optimism no question if you think this drug works why don't you just give it to people now rather than during the clinical trial it's very important for the public know that given drugs new drugs for drugs in a new disease without doing the proper scientific study like this is very dangerous you don't know if his rope works off the drug harms in you never know who get benefited or who gets harmed if you don't do a proper in the mice clinical trials so this is really important because a lot of times people don't understand what's the concept of half of the patients not getting decked the treatment and placebo without this we'll never know what works what doesn't touch Andre Hale speaking to Newsday's Alec with Alex rates and then let's get the sports use now with that James hello you that last night Manchester city go that first ever win over real Madrid city added to one success away in the Spanish capital in the first leg of their last sixteen European champions league side Kevin de Bruyne his goal from the penalty spot seven minutes from time proved to be the decisive moment in the champions league matches last night the French team Liam were one nil first like when is home to the Italian champions Juventus they didn't manage a single shot on target in that match meanwhile your twenty twenty championship organizes all monitoring the coronavirus situation that Saddam is gonna be staged at twelve different venues across Europe including writing study at Olympic cattle island six nations rugby union game against Italy in Dublin on March seventh is being called off because of the outbreak and maximums will short track speed skating championships in South Korea have all site being canceled so the current of ours having big impacts on the will of spil and away from that the.

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"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Extract the sand not even the dead are saying that's a bold pumping sand into a blog on the make just ten yards away from shore in front of the good day to quite temple complex there's less of the complex than there used to be deputy head monk bean Boren explains why dont nine and get lazy third model we he says the river banks started sliding into the river well the boat was pumping sand taking two of the temple scripts and the remains inside with it goodbye you get cha get cha get by hello the monks says he and a few others managed to pry open the crib and drag the coffins out before they floated away the abbot was very angry at the sand miners he says but the authorities refused to intervene it's normal in Cambodia that's one but not an activist with mother nature Cambodia he did five months in prison for pro testing illegal sand mining in Cambodia date it's all about the money the business the benefit not abouts environments are that people are because the sand miners he says work for companies linked to a powerful tycoons with government connections in theory they filed environmental impact statements and abide by the rules in reality critics say the only rule is making money your money rob the government spokesman disputes this give me in making with the young man heartland about usually we have our hotline for people to inform us of illegal Sandridge I don't think those allegations are true we have never received a complaint thank god will allow just laughs when she is that when the back of her house started sliding into the river she tried calling the hotline she says nobody answered and the local authorities warned her to let it go here's why this matters we have you all set since nineteen ninety four seventy seven percent of the total city met transported by doing before which is huge the world wildlife fund's Mekong program director mark voice show says the vast majority of that sentiment losses come from upstream damming by China but the indiscriminate sand raging in Cambodia and elsewhere has made things even worse so the demand is great and the extractions or maybe not sustainable beach as we are expecting somebody between sixteen and eighteen million tons a year when the river to date probably the only produces five and it's likely to produce even less is more dams are built on more construction takes place that's bad news for the twenty million people who live in the Mekong Delta who depend on river sediments from seasonal flooding for growing crops a river that also need sentiment to support the fish those.

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"deputy head" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"And he's going to stay in power as deputy head of the National Security Council so he's gonna be it yeah he I guess they're they're performing this new government and he's gonna there's a prime minister position yeah so that's what he'll be doing yeah exaggerate the prime minister of Russia and if you could put who better to be our friend then is enemy at this point all right yes exactly so now we've taken care of the impeachment taken care of Putin and next thing on the hit parade this week is prince Harry and Megan will talk about their private life what's going on there everybody seems to want to keep their nose into that deal in the N. next half hour the DJB program right now I would like to suggest to you that the time is ticking and your health is at stake if you've gained more than fifteen what they get the key is thirteen to fourteen pounds and there are a lot of people who have done that probably friends in your circle Jennifer of in that kind of way they were would like to shake it off yeah and they can shake it off they do all kinds of things to shake it up but then what are they going to do to keep it off through Valentine's day the Superbowl people still have this lot of temptation it was a large chocolate chocolate and I think of leftover candy in good stuff from from a Christmas and new year's so I our office that's right dumped all my stuff I tried I tried to come by the of his day but it was only home when I when I do have the grand it was after five o'clock but I wanted to go over just because I knew there would be a lot of goodies of there I used to love going to the studio to do the program because I got a raise the goody department that's right go to Facebook dot com forward slash calendar to see all of the people who have extolled the value the benefit if you will of using this product it is America's first choice and that's by sales for weight loss it's the when I say healthy it is all natural knows nothing in this thing other than collagen peptides and aloe Vera and things like that that are made is.

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"deputy head" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KCRW

"Israelis wonder if Iran will eventually monies killing by attacking Israel well in pairs Daniel Estrin reports from Tel Aviv Schlotzsky's a bouquet of arm it's a good morning ha says this conservative radio host on Israeli army radio Israelis woke up this morning to the surprising news that a US strike killed Qassem Soleimani he's a household name in Israel on the sitcoms the I laugh the radio host says president trump went the furthest any leader has ever gone against Iran since an Islamic state was formed there in nineteen seventy nine he called to let money the head of the running an octopus throughout the Middle East for over two decades silly money headed he runs the lead could force could means Jerusalem which Iran has vowed to liberate from Israel Israeli officials say he spearheaded the running and support for proxies fighting Israel rom Benda rock was formerly the deputy head of Israel's Mossad spy agency he spoke on Israeli radio there should never wear a high factor he's no longer a live certainly makes this area safer force the former Israeli intelligence official says to lay money was actively involved in activities Israel considers some of its biggest threats like you running in forces gaining a foothold in Syria helping his ball and Lebanon develop precision guided missiles and equipping Palestinian militants in Gaza Israel any run our foes and for years Israel has been pushing the US to act more forcefully against Iran but Israel also hopes not to take the blame for any military action against Iran should occur on dolce Lana well it's good that happened good that we didn't do it we need to be alert and ready for any situation a month or two for the Iranians to respond there is no doubt they'll respond to this Israel did go on alert today closing a ski resort near the borders with Lebanon and Syria which Israel has feared to be the target of an attack Israeli embassies reportedly were on alert about the only criticism of the attack among Israeli politicians came from a party of Palestinian Arab lawmakers in Israel's parliament they denounced the U. S. as fomenting war and endangering lives it's unclear if Israel was told the attack was coming the prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to secretary of state Mike Pompeii hours before the US strike today he prays trump doesn't someone is responsible for the death of American citizens.

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Saudi Arabia sentences 5 to death for killing of Jamal Khashoggi

NBC Nightly News

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Saudi Arabia sentences 5 to death for killing of Jamal Khashoggi

"In Saudi Arabia. Today accord sentence five men to death for the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Ca Shoji the decision seen. There's a positive move by the White House but denounced by those who claim. The Saudi royal family was behind the killing. Kira Simmons has more tonight. The White House describing death sentences for the murderers of Washington Post journalist. Jamal Khashoggi as an important step. Saudi public prosecutor announcing capital punishment for five individuals for committing and directly participating in the murder. Another three men sentenced to a total of twenty four years in prison for covering it up but this man former senior adviser to the crown prince was cleared because of insufficient evidence the deputy head of intelligence also acquitted quitted that despite the believing Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman order the killing the crown prince denying Alicia in a September. CBS interview. You absolutely not. This was a heinous crime and many questions remain unanswered. Mystical short body is still missing. After he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. In October last year and was dismembered. The sentence is welcome tonight by one of Jamaica Shaw ji-sung's but criticized is by many around the world The Washington Post and a senior U. N. investigator cooling it a travesty of

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"deputy head" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Major roads cattle and bridges in some part wish to wait because live tracks and able to get through we came across one stacking the night end with heavy rains sits to continue the need for the vital supplies the Kerry is only going to increase that's the B. B. C.'s message Yuma reporting hand can you're not the only country affected as Missy was saying there's a similar picture in other places in the region including south Sudan which has been struggling with flooding for some time now we can speak now too Kim Phillips deputy head of mission from it's also fun tear in south Sudan on the line from Cuba I think you've just been looking at some of the worst affected areas where was that some what did you see what areas Hey all individuals have visitation the whole whole for one day he has lost everything what is the latest in the day and also how the troll conventional so she was taking pieces of lost children calling areas to so how do you date and from village to village on both international the population people have the house is so how is your going on for the week control okay yeah important at the moment the rainy season slash and south Sudan is usually pretty dramatic pretty bad how does these floods compared with previous years well people are not used to fighting hi I'm only speaking to people in he's also one I mean well the lessons I've I've ever seen it on to talk to me about some of the challenges of helping affected.

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Japan has home-field advantage at the Olympics

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Japan has home-field advantage at the Olympics

"Japan could have a home field disadvantage when it hosts the twenty twenty Olympics according to the deputy head of the Japanese delegation for the Tokyo games but to hear about us that the country needs to play the home advantage but also has to remove any home disadvantages countries playing host to the Olympics usually get a metal bounce helped along by cheering fans and the advantage of being at home okay this is because Japan will be at home there's a lot more pressure and expectations and he says will have to overcome this and turn the cheering into Japan's own energy Japan's aiming very high shooting for thirty gold

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Japan looking for big 'medal bounce' as Olympic host nation

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Japan looking for big 'medal bounce' as Olympic host nation

"Japan could have a home field disadvantage when it hosts the twenty twenty Olympics according to the deputy head of the Japanese delegation for the Tokyo games but to hear about us as the country needs to play the home advantage but also has to remove any home disadvantages countries playing host to the Olympics usually get a medal bounce helped along by cheering fans and the advantage of being at home okay this is because Japan will be at home there's a lot more pressure and expectations and he says will have to overcome this and turn the cheering into Japan's own energy Japan's aiming very high shooting for thirty gold medals

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Bolivia crisis: Jeanine Áñez declares herself interim president

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Bolivia crisis: Jeanine Áñez declares herself interim president

"The ousted president of Bolivia evo Morales has condemned as unconstitutional and opposition senators declaration that she is interim president Mister Morales who's been given asylum in Mexico City was part of the running to incur on Tuesday the deputy head of the Bolivian Senate Janine yeah on yes because herself president saying she was next in line under the constitution

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Evo Morales condemns 'sneakiest coup in history' as opposition senator declares herself Bolivian president

BBC World Service

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Evo Morales condemns 'sneakiest coup in history' as opposition senator declares herself Bolivian president

"The former president of Bolivia evo Morales he stepped down on Sunday has condemned as unconstitutional and opposition senators declaration that she was interim president Mister Morales who's been given asylum in Mexico City was part of a devious right wing coup deputy head of the Bolivian Senate's Janine a I'm yes the cut herself head of state saying she was in next in line under the constitution following the resignation of all senior members of the Morales

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"deputy head" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The age for HIV testing from eighteen to fifteen why Russia wants to lift the embargo on blood diamonds from the Central African Republic and why the Philippines a drowning in plastic waste all that plus I'll Ross with the sports news that's Newsday station BBC news with Neil noon as the deputy head of the Bolivian Senate's Jeanine on yours has declared herself interim president following the resignation of a for more on this he's accused her of being part of a right wing coup politicians from the former president's Socialist Party boycotted the meeting of Congress in which ms Anya's took office but she said she was next in line under the constitution she's promised to hold elections as soon as possible huge demonstrations calling for social justice in surely have descended into violence in Santiago vina del ma and all the cities shops have been looted in vehicle set on fire dozens of people have been injured in clashes with riot police the Vatican treasurer cardinal George Pell has been given a final Johns to challenge his convictions for child sex abuse by Australia's highest court abandon of seven judges will decide next year whether he can appeal cardinal panel is serving a six year prison sentence for abusing two boys in Melbourne he's always maintained his innocence a blast in the Afghan capital Kabul has killed at least seven people and wounded a number of all those a car bomb exploded near the Interior Ministry known group has admitted carrying out.

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Trump had deal with airport to send aircrews to his Scotland resort: report

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Trump had deal with airport to send aircrews to his Scotland resort: report

"Politico reports that the US Air Forces ordered a review of how it chooses overnight accommodations on long flights after it was revealed. Vietnam aircrews have been staying overnight Donald Trump Scotland resort well refueling at a nearby airport Lieutenant General John Thomas the deputy head of Air Mobility Command said he could not report how many of these overnights may have been at trump's resort but politico notes that the frequency of those stopovers has tripled since then and overnights have increased more than fivefold from forty overnights in two thousand fifteen to two hundred and twenty this year through August the House government oversight and Reform Committee launched a probe of the Scottish operations in April out of concern concerned that the Pentagon has been helping to keep trump struggling Scottish golfers or afloat trump finds all kinds of creative uses for the Pentagon Air Force officials. Tell politico that there has been no oh evidence uncovered of wrongdoing but the implication that the military is enriching the president is damaging

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"deputy head" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influential conversations from Bloomberg television here's Tom mackenzie on daybreak Asia joining us now is launching Shang hai Chong young investment management president Chong young international asset management C. E. O. he's a former deputy head of investment banking see I see see one thing thank you for joining us what are your full costs for growth for twenty twenty are you also downgrading your estimates well over the current economic slowdown in China it seemed to be mostly policy induced reflecting the efforts by Chinese authorities tool but she won all the lead to leverage on the system and the effort to started last year and about now he seems that that there are no a quick end to to trade deal a so Chinese authority has have recently re focus their efforts to you in a supporting domestic demand to offset exhort uncertainty so I I I think the policy measures adopted by Chinese authorities so far who would help a limited downside tool economic rolls and we we don't do not expect a massive slowdown of the economical size this year all even into next year actually here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings..

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France Dangles $15 Billion Bailout for Iran in Effort to Save Nuclear Deal, While Iran is 'Looking to the East'

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:20 min | 2 years ago

France Dangles $15 Billion Bailout for Iran in Effort to Save Nuclear Deal, While Iran is 'Looking to the East'

"We start today with the latest frantic diplomatic efforts to revive the international nuclear deal with iran and attempts to ease tensions in the gulf. Iran's foreign minister has been holding talks with his russian counterpart. Meanwhile his deputy headed to paris to talk about a french proposal that could be with billions of dollars tehran but he's any of this going to save a deal that the united states seemed determined to kill off. Let's speak to some vacuum who's associate fellow the middle east and north africa a program at the think tank chatham house here in london the french proposal <hes> seems to involve extending an enormous line of credit smudges which is fifteen billion dollars to iran in return for iran lifting the threat to step up its atomic work. Is that something that's likely to work. Yes it is ambitious proposal but it's one that the french are dangling in front of the iranians because what they actually need it is a greater access to hard currency in order to survive the pressure of sanctions and be able to sell their oil and repatriate their money buy a cop and of course the united states had said when they pulled out of the deal that they wanted iranian oil exports to fall two zero nine. It's currently i think about three hundred thousand thousand barrels a day. Ron wants to get at least seven hundred thousand but we would the u._s. Determined to stop that is even that much money. Are you going to actually achieve anything to say. It's unclear what the u._s. Intentions are right now. <hes> the president has said repeatedly that he does has want to bring her on back to the negotiating table. He's just pursuing a very hard line strategy in order to do so. I think that if it still does go threw it is going through with a bit of a wink and nod from washington and my reading is because a donald trump does not want iran crisis as he is about to kick off his reelection campaign for next year next november twenty twenty election. We'll meanwhile while <hes> <hes> iran's deputy foreign minister was in paris. His boss was in moscow having tools for lovers so the iranians seem to be keeping their options open awesome part of iran's diversification sanctions survival strategy. They don't wanna put all of their eggs in the european basket which has been a frustrating process and they've had to threaten and bully the europeans to get this kind of response attention and escalate <hes> also so in the persian gulf. If you recall in the summer there were attacks on drones and seizing tankers of alike and so by also looking to russia china now <hes> to provide strategic support but also economic <hes> linkages for iran <hes> it is looking to move away from just <hes> one <hes> geographic focus and protect itself also from <hes> the impact of the us we heard we heard that clip earlier at the start of the program where mohammad zarif saying that iran consider russia and china to be helpful partners and don't have that same view of europe iran has been saying it would step away from the deal will unless europe offered something significant bearing in mind that rising tension in the gulf the issues with the drones and the tanker's who's got the upper hand at the moment well it does seem that iran is putting significant amount of pressure <hes> on the international community and specifically <hes> europe but if iran does precede with breaching the nuclear deal it will lose out upper-hand really because europe does have a threshold and what they're willing to tolerate with regards to iran's nuclear breaches and <hes> it could this whole situation could quickly escalate and iran could be referred to the u._n. Security council. It's not careful so this is a very calibrated dance. You mentioned earlier that you think that the the offer from france of if this line of credit is if i if not officially than than covert he got us out of a nominal wink approval from the united states because they don't want into big standoff with iran going into a reelection year but

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News in Brief 4 June 2019

UN News

04:18 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 4 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations thousands of acres of crops have been destroyed in serious. It live and north hammer amid ongoing deadly violence, the World Food Program or WFP said on Tuesday in a cool to the warring parties to stop using food security, to hold people hostage in Geneva. WFP spokesperson over who soil expressed alarm the humanitarian crisis in the northwest and opposition held en Clave way government, led military operation escalated in late April delivered or break in violence in Italy in not at ama- is lift dozens of casualties burn. Civill Tarzan's, Akkas, vital costs and farmland and forced at least two young doctors and people to flee the OEMs these not acceptable to take one more time to civilian population in ostrich. Mr. who souls, comments follow reports of aerial attacks on Monday that killed six civilians. The latest victims in more than eight years of war that have claimed hundreds of thousands of lives destroyed hospitals and forced millions to flee to respond to the three million people in north hammer. It lip and rural western Aleppo who were trapped by conflict WFP announced that it intends to scale up aid to reach eight hundred twenty three thousand people this month. This is in addition to the two hundred thousand newly displaced people that the agency has already reached with monthly emergency rations thousands of men, women and children face at Dr conditions at detention centres for migrants in Libya, the UN refugee agency has said warning that vulnerable people are being sent to them faster than it can secure their release. According to UNHCR the country's coastguard, rescued or intercepted, some twelve hundred people in may alone, from the Mediterranean before bringing them back to shore. That's more than for the whole of two thousand nineteen the development follows ongoing conflict in and around the outskirts of. Tripoli instigated by the self-styled, Libyan national army forces of general Kelly for after who leads a parallel administration in the eastern city of Benghazi. Here's UNHCR spokesperson baba Balak, describing the situation at Zinzan detention center, south of Libya's capital, Tripoli condition is in town are dire toilets are overflowing and are in urgent need of repair as a result, solid waste and garbage has piled up inside the cell for days and presents a serious health threat tensions amongst the detainees arising, as they become increasingly educated and desperate in total six hundred and fifty four effigies and Megan's remain held in the intent detention center on Tuesday UNHCR reported that it had moved ninety six people out of zinn. They were from Somalia era trail, and and included to newborns. And finally to the Democratic Republic of. The Congo or DRC where the World Health Organization has expressed frustration at insecurity challenges as the number of cases of Ebola virus disease has now passed two thousand since the beginning of the outbreak last August more than thirteen hundred and forty people have died. The UN response has been hampered by attacks by armed groups protests and demonstrations, including one in April that killed a WHM, medic Valerie Masuko Cuban in Battambang. Oh, here's at WHO spokesperson, Tarik, jazz, Revich, who is another sad and frustrating milestone the security is holding the response every time there is a incident where some of them are major, some of them are minor, some of them target evola responders, some of them don't. But every time there is a security incident, we are not able to provide services and go into into community. We are not able to vaccinate Renner table to treat those who are ill. We are not able to follow up on those who may have been. Posed to verse development follows last week's appointment of a U and Ebola response chief, David Gresley, who is also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

UN News

08:57 min | 3 years ago

New emergency Ebola response chief in DR Congo promises more listening, to end frequent interruptions in fightback

"Newly appointed UN Ebola response chief in the Democratic Republic of the Congo DRC has promised to listen more to the fears and concerns of local people in a bid to end frequent interruptions, hampering the fight against the deadly virus response coordinator, David Gresley, who's also deputy, head of u n stabilization mission in the DRC Manisco told you a news that violence by numerous armed groups protests and demonstrations together with political mistrust had adversely affected the government and World Health Organization, led response, one thousand two hundred eighty died in the country's worst ever outbreak. Mr. Gresley is heading to the epicenter pretend bow to work closely with partners and local leaders to finally contain the outbreak. He spoke to you and uses Christina Silveira, it's a very serious situation on the ground were quite worried about the situation is continued for now. Ten months in terms of the response. But the democ has been circulating for over a year now. And one of the key problems that we've seen on the ground is that there have been frequent interruptions in the response, which gives a virus a chance to multiply and usually tend to days to two weeks later. We see a sharp increase after these interruptions, due to sometimes protests, sometimes attacks, physical attacks and demonstrations, override things that have disrupted the the response, and it's important to understand why the, the attacks are happening. Why protests are happening at cetera so that we can find a way to sustain a response in a way that it's not interrupted. And so that we can bring it to, to, to close. The virus doesn't care. We cannot just use a technical approach to the response to be eight show, a ministry of health in particular have the skills for that. They have the means on the ground for that. But it's not enough by itself. And you need a larger response, they deals with the issues that I've described of security, and resistance. If you're going to finally put an end to this epidemic. So B U N has announced that it's strengthening its operations and its strategy. You've been appointed coordinator for the urgent response against Bola. What are the changes that are going to be made on the ground? Is it just a merely of positions? No, that's not the intent at all the, the, the intent is to strengthen the broader support the technical response led by the ministry of health supported by WHO will certainly continue. But what will be put in place is a reinforced structure that will be looking at the security issues, the resistance issues more closely, and that will require a much closer work with a local population. He'll communities traditional leaders to understand where their concerns are why there might be resistance and build the confidence of the community and the support most importantly, so that we can create an environment allows the responders to do their job. And to bring this thing to an end. It's also a question of, of making sure that the people who may have been in contact with victims of, of Ebola are dente, fide and monitored in terms of their own health, and if they become ill that they can receive treatment that's, that's the key to actually breaking the transmission of Ebola. But when that is disrupted, and are those the and that tracking is lost, then the virus will continue to circulate we're fortunate that. It has not gone outside of the immediate area. It's not even covering the whole province. And I think there we have to think the very good efforts for vaccination has gone on that has helped contain it amongst some of the changes, you will be moving the decision making center, the operation center to Timbo the current epicenter, we will be moving the operational decision making to the center of the. Can timbo? I will go there myself, we will build a team around that to reinforce the team that are already there. There are senior UN and, and, and, and ministry of health personnel to ground already. I think we have to recognize that. So this is a compliment to what's already there, but was important is that we have rapid decision making on the ground that's not held up by bureaucracies of various organizations. And that's why the decision was taken to put senior leisurely ground who can take those decisions based upon what they see on a day-to-day basis strategic guidance will stay in concerto regional operations will be based in Goma that does not change, but the day to day response, and the, the adapting to each circumstances, that arise can only be done locally. What are you expecting these changes to mean on the ground concrete concretely for the population for the health workers? And for the attackers, obviously, we wanted to bring the Potomac to close as quickly as possible. But in order to do that. I think what the local community should expect is a much closer engagement on our part with them to understand their fears their expectations to provide clear information about how the epidemic is how it spreads. And how it can be treated and contained these are all extremely important that, that work be accelerated on the ground to, to build that confidence lifting. It'd be listening to the population. That's it. That is exactly it you have to listen to the population. They have to tell us what they're thinking. That's what that engagement means. You don't learn much by talking. You'll learn by by listening. So I think that's extremely important. I think people have been frustrated by the lack of, of being listened to, and, and it's important to overcome that. So that's extremely important. Do you have an idea of what is going on? Why there is so much mistrust, the situation. There is a bit complex of there's been conflict going on. For over twenty years. It's an area of political opposition, historically to, to the government in Incan Shasha. So there's a bit of a version of people coming in from the outside. Secondly, you, you when you see a situation where you have a massive response for one, one issue in this case of Bulla where other issues have been neglected for twenty years, people, ask questions, it's just a natural human thing. And that's some of the things that need to be talked through, and there may be -tunities to address other issues while addressing the ability issue talking about the issue of tax when there's a strong community acceptance and, and, and actual desire for something that, too can help on the security side. He started getting it from. Nation that tells you what, what may or may not happen, and how you may want to operate when that positive relationship is established. And as you as you rightly said earlier, you do that by listening to what people are thinking and feeling then you have the basis to move forward and constructive way. So we need to do this, it takes its own time to do this. We don't have a lot of times we have to find a way to structure that in, in an effective way and have an open door policy that allows that information and that exchange to take place as frequently as required for this to be resolved. You mentioned demonstrations before and political climate, which is usually contentious, or seize Kinshasa as other this area wasn't allowed to participate in the recent elections. Is that that is well they were able to, but only after the three months too late and. And that was a problem because when the announcement was made for the delay in the election in, in, in this in the territories around Binion boot Timbo, it was the reason cited by the, the electoral commission was the -able outbreak, which created a perception that bring me this as a political issue, and not a health issue those relations have now taken place. So that's less of an issue today. But that's only happened at the end of March. So that time period between did create that that perception, and it was unfortunate because I think it contributed to some of the delays and interruptions described.

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Is the United States heading for war with Iran?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:05 min | 3 years ago

Is the United States heading for war with Iran?

"Tension between the US and Iran is increasing the year ago, the Trump administration withdrew from the Tehran nuclear accord imposed sanctions on Iran and re-categorised. The Islamic revolution regards as a terrorist organization, there are worries that the two countries the squaring up for conflict as the US accuses the Islamic Republic of being a growing threat, but a top British Major General has caused doubt on the credibility of these reports, which has provoked an angry. But, but clash from the Pentagon. Well joining me on the line now is Paul Rogers professor of peace studies. Bradford university. Paul, thanks for coming on. Is there a specific threat that the US is reacting to not specific except there is one instance, here of the Americans Klay released people within the United States administration claim the one of the things that Iran has done recently, which they say is upping the ante? So to speak is to put a fully operational short range, anti-ship missiles. On older ships, basically, in the Persian Gulf by older ships. I'm meaning Dow's quite small boats, will most fishing boats is now there is some evidence for this, according to the Americans, and they say, this is very much a warlike thing that the Iranians are willing to attack American warships, and possibly commercial shipping as well. The problem with this is that if you turn the whole thing around from the Iranian side, you'll getting this very strong. Warlike rhetoric coming from some sexes within the UN administration particular John Bolton and Mike pump path. You could say what the Iranians are doing is basically being ready to defend themselves if a war of any sort was breakout. So you you're really getting two sides of the climate, that is a specific issue. But as you say, Major General Geico who is the one of the deputy head to the entire western operation in Iraq is saying that the threat level has not risen and this is why we seem to be really in an area of political change. Always. As in the background with increasing miniature tension. So how's Washington reacted to the to the general denial of, of this change? I don't think it was being reaction for within Washington itself directly, the political level. But sadly, I mean, here's a century almost being reprimanded by the most senior people in central command, which is a pretty extraordinary position to be in. There are some other factors seem to be going on if one believes what this being sent in the Washington Post today, and is normally a pretty good paper record. Trump himself is concerned that the way in which this whole thing seems to me, etc. Etc. Eighteen one of his campaign promises was to withdrawing their contracts, the ID or getting people talking about one hundred thousand American troops being deployed to the Gulf. He case of war does not fit with his particular view on this, because it is, is a very set in their ways. I think Bolton on Pompeo really do want to see well bluntly to see regime change in Iran. This is where you're getting internal ten. Within the White House or something people hadn't expected. I mean John Bolton has form on this Disney.

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"deputy head" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gonna get to the bottom of everything is going to find out how and why this investigation started in the first place. Never forget what Bill bar said a few weeks ago. I said there was a failure of leadership at the upper echelon term he used upper echelon the FBI. We all know, that's the case director comb, he's been fired deputy director, McCabe fired light three times under oath. According to inspector general FBI counsel. Jim Baker demoted and left currently under investigation by the Justice department. Lisa page, demoted and left. Peter Struck deputy head of counterintelligence demoted and fired Peter Struck the guy who ran the Clinton investigation and the Russian destination. There was certainly a failure of leadership at the upper echelon of the FBI. Second thing attorney general said three and a half weeks ago in front of the Senate finance committee. Spying did occur said it twice. Yes. Spine did occur third. He said there's a basis for my concern about the spine that took place. That's the real story. That's why they're holding the Torney general in contempt. That's why the actually talking about imprisoning him not only the secretary of the treasury. But also attorney general Bah, why because they have frayed of him, and they should be because this is a man who truly in terms of his profession his career to date has nothing to lose. He doesn't have to prove anything to anybody. But he is going to clean out that stingy Stygian stable that is the American intelligence community. Because remember remember what Charles Schumer said quite some time ago with regards to what you shouldn't shouldn't do in America chilling chilling woods Cup to. And maybe.

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"deputy head" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Live from the Dory. House inlands, and this is the globalist. I'm Ben Ryland coming up. It sounds like Donald Trump. But is this really Donald Trump was abused ceremony. And a moving reminder of our nation's proud history of welcoming illegal immigrants from all over the world into our national family. The US president makes an unusual attempt at reaching beyond. He's base offering temporary protection for migrants in exchange for funding for the border wall. Nancy Pelosi says the proposal is a non-starter also ahead as Britain's extraordinary. Brexit deadlock shows few signs of breaking we'll look at how much influence the UK's political opposition might have over Europe's future. Plus ten times at us, paper publish Tribune as the company's controversial CEO is replaced. And I am. Picture that got small so small in fact that these year that helped make old Hollywood is struggling we'll ask if Paramount Pictures can survive he streaming age all that. And the day's news from devils to ahead on the globalist live from London. I told them that the beauty and majesty of citizenship is that it draws no distinctions of race or class or faith or gender or background all Americans. Whether first generation were tenth generation are bound together in love and loyalty. Friendship and affection. US President Donald Trump striking a rare conciliatory turn after offering temporary protection for migrants in exchange for Democrats agreeing to fund a wall along the Mexican border protections would apply to some migrants at risk of deportation. Including those brought to the nation as children of undocumented migrants, sometimes known as dreamers be president pitched the idea as a compromise aimed at ending the ongoing government shutdown. However, most senior Democrats dismissed the offer as woefully inadequate with house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying it was a known startup, Jay. Parakeet is deputy head full the US and America's program at Chatham house. He joins us in the studio. Jacob the Republican offer here quite clearly amounts to not much was it ever a series attempt at ending the show down. I think it's a serious attempt to restart negotiations. But it's not a serious offer for the reason that the what Trump is offering is to restore protections that his administration has stripped in exchange for something he wants, it's not a serious offer. Because it's basically saying I'm going to take away three things from you. And you give me three more things. I'll give you back two of them. It's it's sort of, you know, nice temporary protected status. You have their shame. If something happened to it. It's not a serious offer. Because it doesn't recognize that the Democrats are actually in a very strong negotiating position. And I think like many of the things we've seen from Trump. It gives the lie to the idea that he some kind of master genius negotiator. I don't think he I don't think he has a sense of what the. Democrats incentives. Are I think he spent so long trying to play to his own base and trying to sort of build on this base electric -ation strategy that I don't think he really understands that other people have sort of conceptually similar, but opposing incentives, we heard him there the top of the show. I mean, he he did strike a rare conciliatory tone. There's really no other way of putting it you don't hear Donald Trump talks talking about citizenship during no distinctions of race or class or faith or gender or background that doesn't sound like Donald Trump. We know. And obviously that was that was a very deliberate time to take. But it was also a strange one to take given that it seemed to it seemed to sting him in the eyes of many of those that we describe as being in his basement Republicans to the rut of Trump with furious that the president would seemingly soften he's stance. Does does reaching beyond his base simply alienate those people? Who are in his base? This is the corner exactly that he's backed himself into because he has these very very xenophobic anti-immigration sort of backers who reject this these words that he said, he's lovely words about citizenship not recognizing race or class, which are belied by a lot of the ways that Trump has talked about immigration for the entirety of his political and pre political career..

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"deputy head" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"One. I'm Paul Stevens. Fox news. A massive winter storm that pounded the mid west now expected to bring an additional four to six inches of snow to partial be mid Atlantic region from northern and central Virginia northeast to south jersey. Some folks though, we're going to luck out here to the north around New York City and Boston those areas up there will not be seeing any direct impacts from this winter storm as it should be off to the east and out to see as we go through tonight and into the day on Monday meteorologist, Andrew Orson at the national weather service parts of Iowa, Illinois and Missouri getting more than a foot of snow on Saturday. Some Republicans saying they're not surprised with a New York Times reward that law enforcement officials launched a 2017 investigation. What a President Trump was working with Russia against American interests. The GOP pointing to who was involved Andy MacKay deputy director of the FBI who lied three times under oath and has been fired Lisa page who was demoted at the FBI, and then left and Peter Struck the. Deputy head of counterintelligence who was demoted and then fired from the FBI. Former rather Ohio GOP congressman Jim Jordan on FOX's Sunday morning futures. With Maria barter Romo date Twenty-three today, the partial government shutdown with still no end in sight to bad choices. Here continue the stalemate and see parts of the government shutdown. It will be inconvenient, and it can create problems into the federal workforce. I'm sorry. You caught up in this mess, but the real damage is people coming across the border selling drugs killing Americans that needs to come to South Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham on Fox News, the shutdown affecting more than eight hundred thousand federal workers at the weekend movie box office, the upside starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston. Surpassing expectations opening with nineteen point six million dollars in ticket sales aquaman dropping to number two after a three week reign to top the box office, but still passing one billion worldwide over the weekend. This is Fox News. My first is upstairs on my bed. Not year. Check the living room. What about your sister's.

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"deputy head" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Helicopter. How are you today? Some beautiful voters. You have on. Oh, let me come closer. And look at it. Oh, they're pretty. Now, that's not an interaction. Death. Okay. It gets worse. Florida's sheriff's deputy resigns after receiving oral sex from high school counselor in his squad car. That's a no no thank of small Florida town has been rocked by a shocking sex scandal involving a married sheriff's deputy who allegedly received oral sex at the wheel of his squad car from a school counselor. It's not shocking to me. I mean, this is a small town in Florida. What's shocking about that? Indian river county sheriff's deputy James cousins. Twenty five years old was forced to resign over claims of his sexual encounter with Mary Vero beach, high school counselor Rebecca Turner, thirty six years old after a high school football game. How how apropos oral sex in a car after a high school football game? I mean who does that? I'm not saying, but I'm just saying. Oh, but wait, there's more cousins who married a mother of three Billy thirty one in a beach ceremony in key west back in July. He just got married denied the ad took place while he was in uniform but admitted to receiving oral sex from Turner on a separate occasion. Guys are really kind of stupid. Aren't you getting ready to tell you how stupid they are the sheriff's forensics team revealed? They sound what they found would appear to be semen on the driver's seat of his marked service dodge charger cousins resigned deputy head claimed the stain was from a chocolate bar that quote fell and melted close quote. I don't know how you could mistake melted. Chocolate with semen. They don't sound all that similar. I mean, unless you're trying to say they both melt in your mouth. I wouldn't know I'm just trying to figure out his line of thinking. Now, Rebecca Turner, the thirty six year old woman a guidance and disciplined specialists for the freshman class at the high school was overseeing the color guard for the high schools fighting Indians marching band that night? I the mascot for the school. That's politically incorrect fighting Indians, this is twenty nineteen. We don't have oral sex and police cars, and we don't have mascots named after native Americans fighting inappropriate. But here's something else. She was a guidance and discipline specialists, the counselor. Who gave or sex in a squad car cannot ever offer me any life advice guidance or discipline? Big dummy under any circumstances why because she gave oral sex car. I mean. That just didn't seem like she knows how to get through life. Wouldn't that be her advice? Don't do what I did. Well, you would think so, but she did have something to say in a taped interview with investigators. She is heard complaining that the incident sucks. Choice of words, the fact that he got caught. Yes. And was a stupid mistake ruining her whole life. Incident sucks. Now, this is just me. I think she needs to swallow her pride her pride. And take responsibility for her actions. All right now..

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"deputy head" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"deputy head" Discussed on KOMO

"Out today. So it's nice to finally see somebody. The biggest issue for these. Neighbors fend off the frigid temperatures. Stuck in the bedroom? Because the house is too cold Brady some heat. That'd be nice to have. Oh, but there's all the little things in life that people are missing out onto to charge phone. You'll have lights candles and flashlights. It's it's just different. Back here live that fill in the lie in the lift bucket. He's been on that job all night long since we arrived. Now, the vast majority of people they should get their legitimacy back on by tomorrow. But there are some challenging repairs that could take these crews at least until Wednesday before all the lights are back on that q. Thank you. For breaking weather alerts. Download the KOMO news app will give you up to the minute information is the next storm rolls in breaking news. Earlier newscast. New details tonight on a deputy injured in a hit and run. The King County sheriff's office is looking for these two people on your screen right there who they say intentionally ran into that deputy at a Safeway parking lot in white center. Deputies say Khalil wimberly and on Irving had just shoplifted from this Safeway here. And when they tried to drive away wimberly drove into that deputy head on seriously, injuring his leg. The two were still on the run tonight. That's the car there believed to be in nineteen Ninety-six Lexus ls tonight, dozens came together to share memories of three people killed in the report Angeles, you can see him gathering here. Their murders are still unsolved one week after the bodies were found KOMO Steve McCarron reports on the emotional gathering as deputies continue to search for their killer. Thank you for this time that brings us together in love. Nothing could take away their grief as the gathered close in a port Angeles park candles in hand..

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What will House Democrats fight the Trump administration on first?

Monocle 24: Midori House

04:29 min | 3 years ago

What will House Democrats fight the Trump administration on first?

"Guest today are Jacob para killers deputy head of the US and America's program Chatham house, and Michael Goldfarb, the journalists and broadcast welcome both. And as promised an extended look tonight at the first US midterm elections that anybody bother candidates unusually punk tilles citizens and friendless cranks has ever cared about. Not for the first or last time president Donald Trump's in addressing effect on politics has not had quite the outcome. He might have desired. The Trump has failed the vote as a big victory. This is a little like hailing Eric Trump as a future Nobel prize winning physicist. I e an active heroin optimism, though, Trump's Republicans consolidated their grip on the Senate. They did lose the house of representatives that press conference from which we played a clip at the top of the show is ongoing as far as it's possible to tell Trump has not yet started hurling the actual furniture at the assembled journalists. It does seem to be only a matter of time. Jacob does Donald Trump actually have any reason to celebrate. I think the the Senate is I mean, he has reason celebrate it's not unpredictable reason celebrate the Democrats did pretty well in the Senate relative to the number of races that were actually up for election. Relative to where those elections were being held many of them being in states that went for Trump just two years ago that said the looks like depending on the outcome in Montana. Arizona it looks as though Mitch McConnell will be commanding at least fifty two and possibly fifty three or at a stretch fifty four votes, which means that he will have an even freer hand to pass through nominees from Trump, whether those are future cabinet officials federal judicial appointments even potential next supreme court Justice. So that is a reason celebrate and if he's thinking in longer term since the twenty twenty and twenty twenty two cycles quite as rosy for the Republicans. It gives them a little bit more leeway. It means that the Democrats have to work that much. Harder to take back the Senate and potentially face a second term, President Trump with a unified Democratic Congress. But the house is a disaster for him. There's no sugar coating that on which subject Michael that is the one thing we do definitely know for sure is that the Republican party no longer control the house of representatives. How constrained does? I mean, obviously constrains any president. But this particular president how constrained is he likely to be by Democratic Congress. Well, it depends first of all let me put a caveat in on any outsor- here. It depends on if if the Democrats can get themselves together and had some big if. And and behave in a you know, like they have a backbone, and it's not clear, you know, what? I mean, Nancy Pelosi is the speaker of the house in coming in in theory. But she may face the challenge, she's seventy eight she knows more about where everybody's skeletons are hanging, and that's very useful. But you know, there has to be a changing of the guard. Sometimes having said that let me answer your question. Andrew the house, oh has become the battleground going back twenty five years to nineteen ninety four when Newt Gingrich and led the Republican charge on the contract with America congress. Most people listening to this probably still in grade school when that happened, but it has more than set the tone for the following quarter-century. They have accumulated power in the house to do two things in a really important one is subpoena. Power. And I can I can envision a sequence where Robert Mueller who who's been. You're not related. We are not no he has been decorous point during this election because he's a decorous kinda guy. He's a Republican of the old school Mueller will eventually produce his report the Democrats control the house now, they control all the committees. If there's a question about banking. You will see subpoenas about banking? If there's a question about Trump's relationship with the Russians you will see the foreign relations committee subpoena hang him about that. They will tie her up in more paper than Donald Trump's lawyers used to tie up people trying to get paid by Donald Trump back in the days when he was just a real estate developer.

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President Trump, US And President discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

President Trump, US And President discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Four thirty one at our top story. Well, President Trump is firing a warning shot about any violence between migrants and troops at the border at the White House yesterday. Trump said that the US officials will treat anyone throwing rocks. As if they were firing a rifle, the president has deployed several thousand troops to the border to prepare for a caravan of Central American migrants, heading to the US through Mexico, Texas police officer is lucky to be alive after being shot in the head in LaGrange. According to a county judge to officers were serving a warrant at a Dollar General store in town, the suspect allegedly cut one deputy, and then ran into a motel and barricaded himself inside when officers approached he shot at one deputy the bullet grazing that deputies head and the successful eleven year mission of the NASA's dawn spacecraft is coming to an end the vessel ran out of fuel after orbiting the asteroid Vesta as well as observing the dwarf planet.

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