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Qatar Airport Incident: Women Invasively Searched

AFF on AIR Podcast

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Qatar Airport Incident: Women Invasively Searched

"Big story. This week has been the imported incident in Doha earlier this month the reputation of Qatar Airways has taken any normous head with many Australians vowing never to fly through Doha again following shocking reports that women were subjected to human rights violations. I am getting 300 has her might International Airport women on around 10 flights including thirteen Australians on QR 908 to see me on the 2nd of October with forcibly subjected to invasive internal medical examinations. After a newborn baby was found abandoned in an airport bathroom. The terrified women said they were not informed of what was happening and one told the ABC. She thought the plane was being hijacked and that they were being taken hostage when the women were all forced off the plane without explanation Australia's foreign minister Maurice pain labeled the incident a grossly disturbing offensive concerning. Events and has complained directly to her Qatari counterparts.

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Qatar forced women on 10 flights to undergo invasive exams

Newscast - Africa

00:39 sec | Last month

Qatar forced women on 10 flights to undergo invasive exams

"All set. It's will investigate allegations that women booked on ten flights were subjected to an invasive examinations as an airport indoor her there any wheelchairs for whether they had given birth after a baby was found in a bin at Hamid airport in October second. Australian officials says 13 of its citizens and five women from other countries were taken off one plane, but not all were ultimately examined guitars government apologized and said the baby was safe and Medical Care off the Dolphins had directed a comprehensive transparent investigation into the incident and said it would share the results with other countries.

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Women on Qatar Airways Flight Say They Were Strip-Searched

Atlanta's Morning News

00:18 sec | Last month

Women on Qatar Airways Flight Say They Were Strip-Searched

"Passengers on a flight to Australia or hold off the plane and Doha, Qatar Strip searched and subjected to a vaginal exam. They were not told why they had to disembark somewhere in tears when they re boarded. Authorities were searching for a woman who had given birth after a newborn was found in an airport bathroom. Australia's pro testing how its citizens were treated,

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Afghan government and Taliban begin peace talks in Doha, Qatar

Maggi Tax

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Afghan government and Taliban begin peace talks in Doha, Qatar

"Qatar, between Afghanistan and the Taliban. Looking to end decades worth of fighting US Secretary of State was also Indo Ha. He met with the Taliban. Emphasizing that the United States relationship with Afghanistan going forward any future aid and that it might provide all depends on how these talks go. What the new government looks like. If there's peace. The US has some 8000 troops on the ground. The Trump Administration course wants to see that number. Fall to 4000 by November. Thanks is Ryan Chilcote President Trump

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Afghan Peace Talks Begin This Week. Here’s What to Know.

Richard Eeds

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Afghan Peace Talks Begin This Week. Here’s What to Know.

"From the New York Times last couple of weeks ago, and we had on walkie Wafa, the former National security advisor to the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, and we talked about the piece, of course, coming up peace talks coming up between the Afghan government and the Taliban. And then I replayed. It is part of the show Best of show on Monday for Labor Day. What Kill was great. I thought it was fabulous tohave him on So today Those talks started in Doha, Qatar. Peace talks between the Taliban And the Afghan government. We'll see how far they go. McKeel had goingto mixed expectations. Some of the Participants in the peace talks with love. To see the United States gone. I mean, seriously gone. China and Russia, in particular trying to move into the region. If we leave and There's a big vacuum. They'd be more than happy. Although I asked What keel why the Russians? I mean, they lost. They got their butts kicked in Afghanistan. Why do they care? What What do they get out of it? Other than another ally in the region. And the answer, And I actually got an email from a listener after that, after that interview with a link to an article Pointing out Why Russia gets out What Russia gets out of it is revenge. Against the United States.

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Taliban return to Doha setting stage for Afghan peace talks

The Pittsburgh Property Diva Hour

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Taliban return to Doha setting stage for Afghan peace talks

"Taliban officials say senior delegation has returned to cutter, paving the way for the start of peace talks with the Afghan government that are expected to take place in the tiny Gulf state. Officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media. Those negotiations are the second critical part to a peace deal. The U. S signed with the Taliban in February in Doha. Both the U. S. And Pakistani officials have been pressing the Taliban and Afghan officials to begin the next phase of the peace process with intra Afghan talks.

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Canary's Royal origin story

Risky Business

07:58 min | 3 months ago

Canary's Royal origin story

"Just aim and make that the problem that needs solving what they tell us about how you re right because you actually had a pretty interesting off between. Okay. So we've talked about the thing I'm so sorry this is turned into your life by the way. I mean, look for those of you who are listening I mean you can probably guess that her brain and I. A friends and I'm friends also Hula and I'm friends with Shell like I. Love these guys and I just think the history is is really interesting which is why I'm bothering to draw it out in podcast, but you didn't just go straight from. Straight from post into into things, canary thinks had a previous incarnation. Really. Tell us about that. So. So it's actually interesting because leaving things I knew that we wanted I wanted to try to build a product company. and. My earlier hope was actually slightly more ambitious than that of multiple products ends vision of you just buildings and then split them off and they'll go become companies on their own. And one of the things you figure out as that everything you build actually takes a whole bunch of efforts to get it to market I. didn't know the product that we wanted to build yet. So lost left sense post roll already headed huggy up version of multi go and so he went it's today did on that and made it better and better and better and when I left I had like four or five ideas. One of them was a west of believe it or not. One of them was like, how can we detect badness on this thing? One of them were solving? Remote Password resets as lame as that sounds like the Susan unsolved from a short list of them. And my plan was to find customers could pay me to solve that problem for them with understanding that I could then resell that as a product and and so instead of raising money said I'd go to a customer and say, Hey, this is a big problem for you pay me the bullet for you and after I bullet for them might sell it to other people and so we we tried a few problems and then there's a division in the because one of the first customers that actually did stuff like this fall we built aversion Ibuka version of wikileaks for Ozier, Jazirah. I'm really surprised that you actually a named that because I was prepared to ask you a question about the work you did for I broadcast because this is not something you've really spoken about publicly before is it? No I haven't. Not for a huge secret, but but just because like like generally customer names adjust not what? You did a lot of work for Aljazeera for quite a bit. And I were interfacing with very senior people in that organization. So. So what happened was it started with a friend of mine who worked there said that they needed or they were interested in wikileaks prod program, and this was way early when Wiki leaks was the darling of journalism soap. So you took this is when wikileaks was cool. It wikileaks was cool and all the journalists wanted them and already aljazeera was saying they wanted own platform where people could leak stuff to them. So I spoke to them a little bit and we actually bought a really cool thing for them like like considering when it was. Tells you. It's age it was a Java applet that loads on the client machine. Would negatively tool and natively PGP. Of with the logic that the stuff you want to leak never leaves your machine without being encrypted with a key that's never shown on the Internet. So on your machine gets encrypted and by the time, it reaches the Sava it's natively toward. So the Selva doesn't know who sent it. You can just pull that stuff off the server end up PG peaks update later on and what year was this This was twenty, ten, late twenty ten. So. So it was super cool an and advantage for but. And while I was doing it the whole of Egypt solution habit and I was looking at the at. Aljazeera. Win when Egypt cell. And Up Ultra Zito got taken off the edge and at the time what what I figured out just by accident by being there was that datebook that security meant having a file and here was all that was covering a what was becoming a Adam Spring. But literally, they had zero reveal understanding of security of like everything you can think off flat network and also it's such an interesting business model right? Like like everybody hits the John Lewis but journalists literally have. Some journalists have all the interests of a full blown spies except they publish everything end. Actually vamping up in cotton wool isn't the solution because putting stuff out there is what they do. So, ended up speaking to the general a at the time and. I proposed a bunch of products that I said we could vote for them again with the view to these would be great products A. Outside. And we agreed on a contract where we could hold a bunch of things like how would you know you owned? If you were journalists how would you know that your devices will own stuff like? And the interesting thing is he said look you can do this as long as you come over here to Doha welcome at you. And a at the time it was just my wife and I we said Okay let's let's go do a Doha holiday and see how that works. It turned out to be super interesting. Of An and when I got there, I saw the breath of their problems. And they then went through management changes like a a new data general came in who turned out to be A. Royalty and he was more interested in locking stuff down and at that point I said to them hey, listen he does these projects that we're doing for you but I'll leave. And he said look, can you build also security team and so? Essentially, what I did at that point, and at that point things was just me. So, I had the ability to and I said okay. Hired their team that team up and and something? That's that's not spoken about in the Canadian origin story is after I bought that team and left them like at still periodically. Not so much consult for them as as like give advice to some of the executives like like the head of the new media division or the head of ED Technology Division. and would canetti pitched idea to them of dropping honeypots as as a way to get insight into the new. Satellite Networks and they didn't implement normally they they used to do everything I'd say, and they didn't over two visits and that's when we started to figure the hold on these people want to do it. They just not getting around to doing. And we need to make these. Yeah. The problem that needs solving is is making this thing so easy that people who want to will do it. End. Of the time see sewing them was super interesting because it gives you an interesting view again into the. House coming off ten years of. Ridiculously convoluted hack sense post right because in the position I ended up in like just get involved when it will cool hack. So cool customers and so you end up with these really cool technical problems. And now you walk in an actually your problem is solving. You'll analysts it. Yeah. Journalists in Morocco sharing.

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Ross Jeffs on Individualizing Speed Training by Understanding Concentric

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:05 min | 6 months ago

Ross Jeffs on Individualizing Speed Training by Understanding Concentric

"We have an awesome show for you lined up on individualizing factors and speed training. individualization has been one of my favorite topics to get into I feel like one of the most rewarding things that. Seems to happen throughout the process of coaching athletes is finding that athlete who just wasn't responding to the training that they had been given and looking at them, and and having the layers of awareness to understand where they're at and his into as an individual giving them the training they need and seeing them succeed. That is one of my absolute favorite things as a coach and. And that's why these podcasts on training individualization. I just enjoy them a ton, so Ross Jeff's. He was on the podcast back on episode, one forty, five, talking about trainers versus racers, which again is another element of individualization, basically knowing how to train athletes based off of how close they can get to their peak performance output in practice versus competition and how to train them correspondingly. Ross is currently working as a sprints jumps in hurdles coach at the aspire academy in Doha Cutter. He formally has worked in the Netherlands is the sprints and jumps coach. He's also coached under the guidance of Jonas Dodo within this speedwork system. Outside the track field Ross's worked with a number of athletes. From -rageous sports including tennis boxing. Olympic medalists from backs, basketball and rugby sevens, and Ross really has a full gamut of people that he's worked with. He's absolutely one of the most brilliant young coaches I've talked to. He's open-minded. He's curious. He has a huge tribe of mentors and I always learn things that are very applicable whether I reading his articles or obviously talking to him in these podcasts, so for the show today Ross is going to get into the idea behind on three types. Types of sprinting or three types of sprinting athletes and how to identify those, and then how those athletes ten respond best to training, and so I've seen a presentation that Ross did on this I was thoroughly intrigued, and unlike we have to do a podcast on this and so I'm super lucky to have him back and so we're going to get into that. We're going to get into three types of these three types of sprinting athletes identifying them and then how to train them. And whether you attract coach or not, there's a ton of gold in the show just in the sense that honestly if you're a track coach, a lot of times like if you're training jumpers, you may have a group that is almost more going to be close to one type. Were says a team sport. You're going to have a lot of types and so being able to just go through these ideas. It's going to give you a great new layers awareness, and this was an awesome show, so all that being said. Let's get onto episode two six with Ross Jeff's. Ross man awesome. Have you back? How how have you been? has there been any. I've been doing any online coaching in the midst of all this. What's what's happening in the world to track and field right now? Ed, you'll find, have me May Yeah, it's interest. Not Come in Cadillac up in about almost a year now so. Been in lockdown since. At Emma, so we've been there most fought training session close, so there's no, there's not much garnell. Plenty plenty of time was that where this presentation that we're GonNa talk about today was born. I'm sure that's been. It's been in the works right for a long time, but did that. Give you the free time to get all this together. Yeah. The James Baker whose who who runs fullness performance, and he's kind of been bugging me to kind of put together for a while, so it's the right time to do things. For sure I think sometimes when there's little bit more free time or downtown I know for me. It's been a lot easier to get a wider spectrum of guests on for sure on my own end with all this on the for the podcast, but I I was really still I know our our last time with the trainers versus racers was awesome. I mean it gave me so many things to think about an implement, and so I was super excited to see that you add the. New a new categorization, and of course we talked about this like no, not the goal isn't to put athletes boxes, per se, but just the more we can learn about how different outfits respond is is just so incredible and interesting to me and so. Let's kick this off. Let's to tell us about. Your your category, your categorization, concentric, elastic and metabolic maybe to start with the history of it, like where where did all this come from in terms of you? Your journey of deciding or or determining which athletes I know, track sprinters. We're talking about specifically, but which types of sprinters were responding to which types of training? So. Springtime into briefly set the scene fest. I think if you watch. The Olympics there are many commonalities inconsistencies around. Will faucets sprinters in the while. Technically, but there's also some variation, right and all too often this variation schroeck officer. As an idiosyncrasy oh. You know this athlete would run faster if they run like Basil D'Amato, isn't a nominee, so we shouldn't coalpit. Will actually might be inefficient for one person might be actually efficient for a number, and it's the same if you analyze training program I mean in this hundred meter final that it's going to be some very similar themes that coaches through the face, but that also be some very different themes. We know people have run. Teno running never more than two times I meet some of the way up to five hundred six hundred arrests so very early mccutchen career realized that Sanofi just one in very different need to the program that they were given an equal equally, they responded very differently to kind technical changes well. Her when this happens. Time and time again over to for years you start to see some click consistencies than pictures around what kind of profile you haven't is and then to go that people have been putting some ideas out on the topic around neuro. Typing in action type toilets fouts five typing stuff from Hank. Ulcers put some stuff out around muscular Hashtag as good a reset from the distance, running community around Ariel terrestrial runners, so it's kind of blended all these ideas and something that. into something I understand in seeing can apply on a consistent

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Taliban, Afghan president declare three-day Eid ceasefire

Purity Products

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Taliban, Afghan president declare three-day Eid ceasefire

"The Taliban and Afghanistan announcing a three day cease fire ahead of a major Islamic holiday that's starting today the ceasefire marks the end of the Islamic fasting month of Ramadan the Taliban order was followed by an announcement on Twitter from Afghan president Ashraf Ghani announcing the government extends the offer of peace it comes just days after the U. S. special peace diplomats how many callers odd was in Kabul in Doha the Taliban leader released a message which says the groups committed to the recent peace deal was not seeking to monopolize power and promised to guarantee the rights of women and men under an

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It's Time to Build

a16z

05:08 min | 7 months ago

It's Time to Build

"Every western region was unprepared for the corona virus pandemic despite many prior warnings. This monumental failure of institutional effectiveness will reverberate for the rest of the decade. But it's not too early to ask why and what we need to do about it. Many of us would like to pin the cause on one political party or another on one government or another but the harsh reality is that it all failed. No Western country or state or city was prepared and despite hard work and often extraordinary sacrifice by many people within these institutions. So the problem runs deeper than your favorite political opponent or your home nation. Part of the problem is clearly foresight. A failure of imagination. But the other part of the problem is what we didn't do in advance and what we're failing to do now and that is a failure of action and specifically are widespread inability to build. We see today with the things we urgently need. But don't have we don't have enough corona virus tests or test materials including amazingly cotton swabs common reagents. We don't have enough ventilators negative pressure rooms in ICU. Beds and we don't have enough surgical masks shields and medical gowns as I write. This New York City has put out a desperate call for rain. Ponchos to be used as medical gowns. Rain Ponchos in twenty twenty in America. We also don't have therapies or a vaccine despite again years of advanced warning about bat born corona viruses. Our scientists will hopefully invent therapies Anna vaccine but then we may not have the manufacturing factories required to scale their production. And even then we'll see if we can deploy therapies for a vaccine fast enough to matter. It took scientists five years to get regulatory testing approval for the new Ebola Vaccine. After that scourges two thousand fourteen outbreak at the cost of many lives in the. Us We don't even have the ability to get federal bailout. Money TO THE PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES. That need it. Tens of millions of laid off workers and their families and many millions of small businesses are in serious trouble right now and we have no direct method to transfer them. Money without potentially disastrous. Doha's a government that collects money for all its citizens and businesses. Each year has never built a system to distribute to us. When it's needed most. Why do we not have these things? Medical Equipment and financial conduits involve no rocket science whatsoever at least therapies and vaccines are hard making masks and transferring. Money are not hard. We could have these things but we chose not to specifically. We chose not to have the mechanisms the factories the systems to make these things. We chose not to build. You don't just see this smoke. Complacency this satisfaction with the status quo and the unwillingness to build in the pelvic organ healthcare. Generally you see it throughout Western life specifically throughout in American life you see it in housing in the physical footprint of our cities. We can't build nearly enough housing inner cities with surging economic potential which results in crazily skyrocketing housing prices in places like San Francisco making it nearly impossible for regular people to move in and take the jobs of the future. We also can't build the cities themselves anymore. When the producers of HBO's Westworld wanted to portray the American city of the future? They didn't film in Seattle or Los Angeles or Austin they went to Singapore. We should have gleaming skyscrapers and spectacular living environments in all our cities at levels way beyond what we have. Now where are they you see it? In education we have top in universities. Yes but with the capacity to teach only a microscopic percentage of the four million new eighteen year olds in the US each year or the one hundred and twenty million new eighteen year olds in the world each year. Why not educate every eighteen year old? Isn't that the most important thing we can possibly do? One built a far larger number of universities or scale the once we have way up the last major innovation in k through twelve. Education was Montessori which traces back to the nineteen sixties. We've been doing education research this never reach practical deployment for fifty years

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Hundreds of Stranded Americans Leave Nepal Amid Lockdown

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Hundreds of Stranded Americans Leave Nepal Amid Lockdown

"Americans and permanent residents have boarded a flight out of Nepal's capital Kathmandu the what is likely their last chance to head home this comes as no Paul prepares to extend lockdown measures to contain the spreading of the new coronavirus Sunday's flight with three hundred and three passengers on board mark the second one arranged by the U. S. embassy in Nepal but paid for by the passengers the Qatar Airways jet is scheduled to land here in Washington with the fuel stop at Qatar's capital Doha

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U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

BBC World Service

07:02 min | 9 months ago

U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

"Well you're listening to weekend on the BBC world service let's change gears now too at an event that's been making headlines this weekend and that's what happened yesterday when the United States and the Taliban signed a historic agreement in Doha the capital Qatar which could bring closer an end to the fighting in America's longest ever war the deal follows a weeklong reduction in violence in Afghanistan with the Taliban the Afghan army and U. S. led forces promising not to carry out major attacks against each other president Donald Trump welcome the agreement but warned the US would go back on its decision to take troops out of Afghanistan the Taliban didn't uphold its side of the deal I really believe the Taliban wants to do something to show that we're not all wasting time if bad things happen will go back and let the people know we'll go back we'll go back so fast it will go back with a force like nobody's ever seen well joining us now from our studio in Oxford is Lucy Morgan Edwards she's an expert and author on Afghanistan one of her books is called the Afghan solution she's also worked as a political adviser on the country to the European Union Lucy what do you make of the agreement signed yesterday good morning as I'm I mean essentially the agreement seems like it's a it's a bit of political fix and it's that where it's a little bit early to be trumpeting this as a major success story it looks like a win win for the Taliban because they get to have five thousand prisoners released R. and they've agreed to scale down violence I mean at the moment it's the winter season this is less violence anyway the Americans have agreed that they're going to remove about for eyes well they're going to go down from from twelve thousand to eight thousand troops but this is going to be over time and since they're not actually withdrawing all of that troops I mean certainly not before the US election so it's starting to look a little bit like it's a bit of a bit of a the background sort of deal going on between trump and the Taliban but can you argue that that most agreements are political fix there's going to be a win win on both sides for it for anyone to be interested in signing something of course but I mean I'm fortunate with this deal they haven't included a wrong which is a major use regional player it's absolutely essential that Iran has to be included the Afghan government have pretty much been precluded from the agreement as well awestruck Ghani the that the president that the president off honest on has unfortunately I mean I understand he's not getting on well with on my father's side who is is leading the talks for the US but gonna himself has actually broken the high peacock high peace council which was the structure that that that had relative credibility to to partner in the talks and so is is as essentially left himself without without a structured to represent his own side in this so you know unfortunately we're leaving a country if if if if the west does move out and I certainly don't believe that the the Americans have any intention of leaving Afghanistan then with with such leaving behind in all K. state and everything that that that the doctor the doctor that implies and I understand that provincial council street those seats in in Kabul trade for something like five hundred thousand to five million US dollars because there is so many benefits attached to them so there was very very embedded corruption the the reconstruction efforts as if if one goes to the special inspector general the cigar and look out to the the the failure zone on the re construction side and on the corruption when you look at some of the reports its ups absolutely horrifying what's what's been going on and of course the massive increases in poppy and violent civilian casualties I mean the Taliban last year the Taliban there any hundred ninety five metric tons of poppy produced as it said the that's blossomed to to mmhm something like twenty five times note that for many many months many many multiples of these it's it's two thousand eight hundred times now okay Sir what yes I'm we leaving behind in all K. state if if we do indeed go Julie Norman yeah and this year is it fair to say that what we saw yesterday was really just I'm kind of a stepping stone to unlock the real part of the peace process in terms of being trapped any talks that will hopefully start later this spring and is is that a fair way to look at the absolutely yes it's very much a sort of announcement before any of the meat has been had decided I mean it's it's a sort of structure a framework which needs to be filled in you want to write to me and what do you think it will take to effect change in Afghanistan political changes stable change I mean in my opinion the problem is is that the Pentagon and the CIA are up to the next in the drug trade as our other intelligence agencies this is like our America all over again that we had in in the far east in the sixties and seventies of the Vietnam War so if you talk about women's rights and democracy if you could get the framework right which is the international engagement is completely I mean Afghanistan is it's really the sort of cash cow for CIA black operations around the world with with that with the puppy trade and this is all this is all being the sort of hidden side of this intervention on which the media not reporting properly and but not those of us who what's the or wearables and we were you know when I was working for the European Union ambassador in the the E. U. plus cliff as we were we were getting information about drug tools that will going through different borders and so on and and we were trying to convey them to to to the US to to the government and so on we were basically being asked to to stop talking about this I'm white and Lucy why do you why do you think that is simply because because you say it's so lucrative that's why this is really been one not discussed very widely it's one of the most lucrative trades in in the entire world and of course it's very easy it's very easy to hide poppies easily tradable it sits on the black market it's it's I mean that's why they brought back the warlords in two thousand one there were many other alternatives I mean one of that which I would write about in my book about up to hawk who had made deals with with senior Taliban and with with the tribal leaders and even warlords to to fold the Taliban regime through an indigenous peace process an indigenous Pasha and of course that wasn't wanted it it's much more it's it's this is hard to geopolitics this is you know because I was born in his family of a close relations with the CIA he's you know who's his education in India and is of course important regional player in this but term you know that the very sad story about Afghanistan is really the complicity in corruption

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U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 9 months ago

U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

"The U. S. today signing a peace agreement with the Taliban aimed at bringing an end to eighteen years of bloodshed in Afghanistan and allowing US troops to return home from America's longest war the agreement was signed in Doha by a U. S. special envoy and the Taliban leader this agreement will have the U. S. drawing down forces to eighty six hundred from thirteen thousand the remaining forces could leave in fourteen months but a lot depends on the Taliban keeping their promises and that includes showing up for talks with the Afghan government secretary of state Mike Pompeii L. they're all going to have to be committed the dog after center something far bigger than being about themselves they've got to deliver for the Afghan people defense secretary mark esper in COBOL spoke to U. S. troops afterwards this is the best chance Afghanistan has had in nineteen years to achieve peace but he told them Afghanistan remains a very dangerous place you must not let your guard down stay vigilant Cammy McCormick CBS news the

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France bans gatherings, frowns on kissing, to fight virus

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

France bans gatherings, frowns on kissing, to fight virus

"Under the cancellation the deal signed of in Doha large gatherings the U. S. in draws confined down spaces its forces was from announced thirteen by France's thousand health to minister eighty six of the hundred special in the next government three to meetings four months and the pulled health out minister the remaining said at public forces gatherings in fourteen are being months banned depending completely on in the the Taliban was region meeting north their commitments of Paris to prevent has seen terrorism a cluster of cases if they don't and then a secretary town in of the state Alps Mike Pompeii has also says seen president infections trump and his team will not hesitate he also to do added what as we must of Saturday do to protect Frances American registered lives a total meanwhile in of Afghanistan seventy three cases secretary of defense up from mark fifty esper seven told on U. S. Friday troops their sacrifice of those is what two led have died to this historic and twelve deal have this recovered is the best chance Afghanistan I'm sorry is head I. Sheckley in nineteen years to achieve peace more than twenty four hundred U. S. troops have been killed during the conflict I'm Julie Walker

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US, Taliban sign deal aimed at ending war in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

US, Taliban sign deal aimed at ending war in Afghanistan

"Under the deal signed in Doha the U. S. draws down its forces from thirteen thousand to eighty six hundred in the next three to four months and pulled out the remaining forces in fourteen months depending on the Taliban meeting their commitments to prevent terrorism if they don't secretary of state Mike Pompeii says president trump and his team will not hesitate to do what we must do to protect American lives meanwhile in Afghanistan secretary of defense mark esper told U. S. troops their sacrifice is what led to this historic deal this is the best chance Afghanistan is head in nineteen years to achieve peace more than twenty four hundred U. S. troops have been killed during the conflict I'm Julie Walker

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Trump says he's sending Pompeo to witness signing of deal with Taliban aimed at ending Afghan war

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Trump says he's sending Pompeo to witness signing of deal with Taliban aimed at ending Afghan war

"President trump says he's sending his top diplomat overseas to witness the signing of a deal aimed at ending America's longest war the president says secretary of state Mike Pompeii a will be on hand to see an agreement signed with the Taliban were responsible for the deaths of thousands of American troops in Afghanistan it's unclear where the deal will be signed but earlier reporting indicates it'll be tomorrow in Doha Qatar the signing comes after a week where U. S. led forces and the Taliban committed to a reduction in violence the deal calls for the US to draw down from thirteen thousand troops in Afghanistan to about eighty six hundred the president says defense chief mark esper will also issue a joint declaration with Afghanistan's government Sager made Ghani at the Pentagon

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A Look Back at HIV

2 Docs Talk

08:31 min | 10 months ago

A Look Back at HIV

"Before we jump in. Let's clarify what exactly HIV and AIDS are good call. Hiv stands for human immunodeficiency virus which is a virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS. Yes so HIV is a retrovirus which means it is an rn. A virus that is a cellular machinery from the infected cell to do a reverse transcription of itself a DNA version which is inserted into the cells on DNA when the cell becomes active. It will make new copies of the virus that go out and continue the cycle and this is important because the drugs that we use today to combat HIV a variety of antiretroviral agents target different points in the cycle. The right combination of drugs can keep the viral load solo that it isn't detectable exactly so HIV infects a specific immune cell the CD four cell and over time the virus kills a CD foresaw which being part of the immune system plays a critical role in the body's ability to fight infection as de decline. The body becomes susceptible to opportunistic infections. Right these are often infections caused by pathogens that are normally present in on or around the body but a healthy immune system recognizes them and keep them in check someone with the depleted immune system however is susceptible to unusual infections. That healthy folks don't need to worry about. Plus they're they're susceptible. To all the irregular infections even healthy people get okay so an untreated course of goes something like this. A person is infected with HIV. The virus being transmitted during sexual activity directly into the bloodstream during childbirth or breastfeeding or a blood transfusion at this point the virus makes its way to the lymph nodes where has access to lots of CD. Four cells and replicates like crazy? This goes on for about three weeks three or four weeks. The patient may experience a viral type of illness during this time period. Fever swollen glands rash but not everyone experiences this yes and it feels like a regular just viral infections. So you don't really think about that. That might be what it is but after about two weeks the viral load in the blood is at a peak and CD four levels fall. This is a period of time where it is really easy to transmit the disease to another sexual partner because the viral load is so high after about six months the viral load and CD. Four count stabilized to set point and the chronic phase issue begins. This can last a up to ten years without treatment during which HIV gradually destroys CD. Four cells at some point the CD four count gets low enough. That opportunistic infections are possible. Yes and that's how we define AIDS either the CD. Four count is below two hundred cells per mil or the patient has an AIDS defining conditions such as retinitis from cmv cytomegalovirus or invasive cervical cancer or many many others so this was the typical course of disease for people early in the epidemic. Did you amy? That AIDS was around before the Nineteen Seventy S. That's when the epidemic began but it is believed that the virus jump from chimpanzees to humans in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in one thousand. Nine hundred and sporadic cases were reported from then until the mid seventies when the epidemic got its legs. Very interesting now. It wasn't until Nineteen eighty-one that we really understood what was happening in. La There were five young gay men who develop Mrs to screen pneumonia PCP which is now new. Mississippi'S VICI pneumonia. I know I can never get used to that. I still call it. Pcp Yeah. I'm sure a lot of school. It was pretty much standard at the time right. I mean that was like defy so defining but anyways another group in New York in California who developed Kassy's sarcoma which is an aggressive cancer caused by the human herpes virus eight that wouldn't normally happen without a suppressed. Immune system right both of those diseases. And by the end of that year there were two hundred seventy cases of severe immune deficiency among gay men and nearly half had died. Yeah that we knew so fast forward. A few years by the end of nineteen eighty five. There were over. Twenty thousand reported cases coming from every region of the world. The virus was officially named in Nineteen eighty-six and in nineteen eighty seven A. Z. T. was introduced. The this was the first antiretroviral drug this drug worked by inhibiting the initial reverse transcription of the virus into DNA. This was a very exciting development because the epidemic was growing quickly. Now there were three hundred seven thousand reported AIDS cases worldwide compared to the twenty thousand. You mentioned just fine. Harsh prior and two hundred and seventy just nine years prior to that. It's impressive how. The pharmaceutical industry kind of ramped up so quickly research development. Yeah and those remember. Those were the reported numbers so they estimated that there were actually a million AIDS cases in another eight to ten million living with HIV worldwide. At that point. So if you're younger just in med school residency right now. It's hard to explain. How unsettling this was that how fast it was spreading right. Yeah and these patients were so sick and dying in such large numbers and there didn't seem to be in and site to the expansion of the epidemic. So there's a lot of fear and misinformation out there the had a policy to not allow those infected with HIV into the country and it was still viewed as a gay disease. So that created a lot of stigma for the LGBTQ community so by nineteen ninety three. There were two point five million AIDS cases globally the US Congress dug in and voted to continue the travel ban. Things are not looking good even with easy. T- which wasn't really panning out as everyone had hoped. And the fact that it was approved at all was questioned by many. Yeah so but in one thousand nine hundred things really started changing. This was kind of a turning point. The first price inhibitor was approved these inhibit the protease enzyme. Which is important in the translation of HIV v? Virus back into Aurigny. Yeah and this was the beginning of Heart H. A. RT highly active antiretroviral therapy and it immediately dropped deaths from AIDS related diseases by at least sixty percent but still there were thirty three million people living with HIV by nineteen ninety nine and fourteen million people had died since epidemic began. Those are huge as is to be expected the UN had to step in and negotiate prices to make antiretroviral therapy available to the people who need it The World Trade Organization that announce the Doha Declaration allowing developing countries to manufacture generic versions of drugs. Go See Fire Dallas buyers club. Yes also yeah so in the two thousands people who needed it weren't getting treatment aids. Was the number one cause of death in sub Saharan Africa. That blows my mind by the two thousand ten. A lot of goals had been set to get treatment where it was needed and have the spread of HIV an organization such as the UN and the World Health Organization and individual government agencies are getting involved at this point yeah the US finally lifted the travel ban for people with HIV treatments that decrease the chance of spread were discovered pre exposure prophylaxis or prep was shown to reduce transmission between male and male sexual partners by about forty four percent. Yeah in two thousand. Eleven research demonstrated that early initiation of antiretroviral treatment reduce transmission to partners by ninety six percent. So this is a real game changer. Because until this time the antiretrovirals weren't started until HIV was had started advancing and causing aids. So this is when they started the treatment early after the infection was discovered and it really changed things as far as transmission. Yeah as related. Deaths fell thirty percent from the peak. Year two thousand five and thirty five million people were living with HIV dramatic slowdown in the spread of the epidemic compared to previous decades. Yeah Okay but now we may find yourselves at a standstill here. We are twenty twenty because the immediate crisis of the wildfire spread and almost certain death is well behind us. 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A Quick Trip to Israel and Travel Goals for 2020

Talking Points

03:00 min | 1 year ago

A Quick Trip to Israel and Travel Goals for 2020

"Hi. Hi My name's Nicky Kelvin. I'm Derek content the point sky UK. And I'm with my very good friend. Hi I'm Laurie now. I am senior writer for the point sky and the points so laurie and I very special trip together. This year where the Ba- go Israel for like it felt it was quite long actually ears as really about about ten days. I think like this and we made lots of content. We did lots of stuff and we thought we'd just talk through a couple of the places that we win and Laurie Lori is a queen of Hertel reviews and we reviewed a few places in Ivo State a few extra places best some great points and miles options for staying in Israel Say if you want to hop up fantastic experience you count. Why did we talk about Jerusalem the Waldorf? It's a beautiful towel. Unfortunately they don't have a cool but if it's cooler weather other should definitely stay there. Great Redemption and Jerusalem is beautiful and I was very surprised that it's actually only a very short triple Tel Aviv. You could make a day trip but then you wouldn't be able to stay at the waldorf-astoria I said to the King David on it was quite spectacular old. It was once British headquarters when they had the mandate in Palestine. And it's very historical with pool so I liked it but no points options absolutely so nicky you go into twenty twenty sort of new decade. What are your travel goals? Do you have any advice for travelers. Going Twenty twenty trouble goal of mine actually is maybe think about. This is spend your points miles. I am actually a hoarder and I need to get rid of them. I've got loads of Virgin Atlantic flying club. Miles I've got my eyes set on Ashley in a in a first-class redemption using those hall to get is possible. I think I've got over half a million miles up in different programs. I need to spend those babies attention. Attention Nikki Kelvin. Is Points Order. Denying it actually quickly. Let's talk about our best redemption. The ex I think any points this year since you have so many Ah spent points yes. I spent a big chunk. Something really amazing. I have the best light my entire life literally. I flew from Singapore two zero on the new Singapore oppose suites. So they fly the new suites zero every day. They fly one of the full flights a day to London. But it's hard to get visibility and I was the only person in the sweets out the six suites on this whole crew just for me and they made me a big double bed up. gave me a double sweet and it was best fly of my life and I used hundred twenty five thousand Chris. Fly Malls transferred connects and nineteen pounds. Tux and also included business cost connection from body to Singapore. While I don't know if my top stat but I used seven thousand American advantage miles to fly on Qatar in business cost to Thailand via Doha from Madrid and it was really incredible. Unfortunately it wasn't Q.. Sweets tweets but I think their business houses phenomenal regardless knows a very special experience. Nuts two thousand nineteen from lorries. Ainhoa and Sweet Nikki

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"doha" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"doha" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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"doha" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"doha" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Bolsonaro is facing off against leftist opponent for non Doha Dodd disinformation and fake news of huge issues in that race. A lot of it is playing out on the messaging platform what's app, which we should note is owned by Facebook. Yes, Adare Cordova is a Brazilian researcher. Now in Boston studying all this at Harvard Shorenstein center. She's also involved in an effort called comp- Roba a collaboration between twenty five Brazilian newsrooms to identify and debunk fake news Cordova tells me that the fake story. She seeing on WhatsApp are out of control. We make fun actually because the the misinformation campaigns in Brazil, the sometimes can get absurd in what way at their supported in beliefs and fears that are totally known saints like Venezuela supported by Hezbollah or stuff like this. And I was coming here. And I had a discussion we friend that teaches at Harvard. She was trying to convince me that the right wing candidate was the antidote to Brazil you knock becoming Venezuela supported by Hezbollah. So was this teacher Brazilian she's Brazilian she's Brazilian. She probably heard this thing's Phya. What in? I I started to laugh, and it was like, yeah. You know, what leasing here's the website of compressor. This is. Ally. This this this is known since please your teacher Harvard. But people believe this things. So is that one of the rumors that Hezbollah connection with Venezuela? Is that one of the rumors that spreading on what's happened Brazil? Yes, this is pretty new this is fresh rumour. Then there are the older stale remers making a comeback as Brazil's presidential race heats up. For example, we had a room more about the left candidate being the creator of something called geeky. Which is supposed to be an indication. Okay. It to teach kids how to be gay. Well, the the implication being if you vote for the wing candidate, you're going to have gay kits in schools, and there will be connections with the government and a Venezuela and Hezbollah at the same time. I see what you're saying by absurd just to be clear, what definitive links have there been between these disinformation campaigns and either political candidate like the charge gyro Bolsonaro launch. This is is that a legitimate claim. This is a role more from two thousand twelve it's two up in the website of the right-wing candidate. He created this false information. He was a member of the the congress. So he took this issue to the congress, and several congress person that are religious they supported him in this story, and this became a mole. Mr. both narrow is also accused of creating another monster a big one last week a Brazilian newspaper reported that the right wing candidate was working with local marketing firms so by bundles of phone numbers and use them to mass text propaganda to Brazilians through what's up Brazilian. Authorities are investigating those claims. In the meantime, people like as Adare Cordova are trying to put out the flames before they turn into a fake news wildfire in Brazil, what's very interesting is that as far as I've seen of what's up news in this information. There is no story that is not in both flat forms Facebook. And what's up what we see are different types of presentations? So on what's up, you have an audience. Like, there's this thing happening you have to act. So there's a call to action that's very strong share this or otherwise our country is going to be a. Waylaying five years share these to save our country stuff like this. On facebook. You have the same narrative is the same narrative, but Facebook is more sophisticated they have videos, they have texts specially Souphanouvong's all the things that make people believe to what I see is that there's an entire ecosystem. If you look just to watch them. We're not getting all the picture. I mean, a I want to suggest that Brazil's different from any other place in the world. But I mean is there a kind of a cultural thing here with the contagion of these these fake news stories? Yes, we have a social and economic component that need to be taken into account when you talk about fake news. And what are those guys? I think we have a huge inequality in poor people are left behind and so many things including education, we have a level of instability. That was provoked by impeach. Mint of Duma that make people Russa former president the make p made people do believing in..

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"doha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Sixty. Okay. Here you go. You got a couple of records for you this morning. Couple records for seven o'clock. So the longer right now the longest flight existing flight airline travel, not the. Talk about that coming up. We've we began the show with this sound effect. It's the what was it called against the pneumatic tube the pneumatic tube? Some of you. Remember, the pneumatic tubes? They still use these apparently Costco for transactions are running money from what operation to the next. They used to use them with the automatic tellers the drive through. So basically, that's Elon Musk's hyperloop the. Like high-speed rail on steroids. Pneumatic tube. We'll get into that. In the meantime, in terms of air flight the longest flight right now on the planet is seventeen hours fifty minutes. It's cutter airlines. They're going from Auckland. New Zealand to Doha Abu Dhabi Doha. Adobe? Sounds except out of a cartoon does seventeen hours fifty minutes. The second longest flight originates in San Francisco. It's San Francisco to Singapore that seventeen hours twenty minutes did know that that's the United flight Qantas has the third longest as Dallas to Sydney that's seventeen hours five minutes. So now what's happening is we've got Singapore Airlines. They're gonna be doing a nineteen hour flight. It's New York to Singapore, nineteen hours, and when they offer this flight, by the way, no academy seats, which is I can't imagine sitting for that long. No. So they're going to be doing that. Then there's going to be another. Singapore Airlines is also going to do an LA to Singapore. That's eighteen hours. So those are going to be the longest flights. So let me see cooped up in terrible. Yeah. Two hundred twenty two foot to thirty five hundred feet for nineteen hundred. Nope. That can do I need little legroom. I'm good I need some. Well, it's like I told you where we went to Europe over the summer for my son's wedding. There were a couple delays. And the bottom line is we were in the same fuselage for twenty hours. And thank God. We had upgraded I'm serious. I would have gone Batty. I would have gone nuts. And in fact, the airline. Did it was really really smart United. Okay. Free drinks for everybody free drinks free food for everybody. And so they totally ran out of everything. But at least everybody got stuff for free for a while. You know, what I've said smart. Yeah. With those new long flights Howard. Are they do they have bigger gas tanks? Now, those okay. Better fuel efficiency of some excellent point. So. A couple of things first of all the price per barrel of oil. Is less than it was is is makes it affordable. Also, they've got these new a three fifty dash nine hundred ultra long range aircraft that they're gonna use for the route. Wow. So okay, new planes that can fly farther gases, more affordable. So they think they can do this. I do not want to be on that first flight when they test this out. Well, remember last week you had that story about the plane that almost ran out of fuel. What? Headwinds now a seventeen hour flight nineteen hour flight. Yeah. This is nine hundred hours of flight. Yeah. You're right. That's it. Okay. Now here that's one that's going to be one.

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"doha" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It in watson the face the radio i'm like wow man he's saying the truth this is for real pinch so there's two point five million people in cutter and the aid stadiums are going to be in doha which are they're within our travel for the world cup and there's only two point five million people in cutter in the whole country they they want to take over doha fans but they're reconsidering where they're going to put their fan fast right now it's at the bitter park alberta park next to doha bay but they're saying it's spot it would get in a way actually a free flow of people right now in red square fans of peru argentina they were vibrant presence even before the world cup started we saw in moscow which has stadiums is it can be very quickly overwhelmed by big crowds cutter official said this the same guy talking about it's in the wrong spot and everything else the fact that we're going to have the fans at thirty two teams pretty much in a city i dig it's going to be running what did they have twenty eight teams in this one thirty two is what are they gonna have thirty two again yes so the city of doors very small and it'd be packed for the first week in november twenty twenty two at the same occurred november is that when they're having they're doing a winter they're doing it in the cause of the heat in the summer so we're not gonna have the i mean i mean it's still going to be hot there won't be a bucks thirty it'll be a buckle you know buck ten now it still is it like we should look that up in cutter in november what's the average temperature maybe because i did that's why they moved into the winter so we're going to be watching the world's top in november is what you're telling me so from november to december so it's for a month right you're from wet like early november to early december so like it's going to be going on during thanksgiving in america they don't even care because it's not in america right so i don't understand they're actually having it in november when in november the ratings weren't good enough for fox with the us not being imagine what it's going to be like when you have college football and nfl going on nba and college basketball and hockey all going on while the world cup will be going on which means it'll really hurt it there is no doubt in my mind that it'll get crushed by college and pro football right i mean automatic it's just automatic college football do better than it in this country average high in november december is around ninety nine that's about what russia's been yes with humidity in june it's a little bit over one hundred but i believe that in it's dry heat oh oh it's dry heat but it's not like moscow is humid correct so there's a big difference in playing and dry heat car and playing and humidity right but like mafia said.

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"doha" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"doha" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Com bob myers outline me and my man i've got rock fights bayrock fight it'd be foresee in five seat in doha states can of course that is a no way oh no way biased in anyway bias are over under six under under going under say under he goes how about over in a seven half teams you realistically think could win the title so we get all upset when a certain team doesn't get into the tournament but now we're talking about seven teams that actually have a chance to win it i say over you say i say i say to me you look at purdue they can win the title i think i think michigan can win the title michigan state i think there's a lot of two so obviously think ohio state's gonna win the title is agriculture title kansas title duke could when we did we did the brackets here the day and on the gave his show and not one of us picked it and do couldn't let a number one seat do precede duke in arizona were preseason one and two and not one person victor what do i had it right at it so i'm gonna go over hippie i was i'm just i'm just saying i thought it would be routes for education i'll tell you one thing ever our shop here outed up so you all went over i'm going to go under just because or how about this last one get it going.

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"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Our i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show and kochav we are at the doha day christopher cox nicknamed christopher nixon cox is with me by a colleague and co host and we're very pleased to be sitting with a man who's going to help us understand the bursting and glistening economy that surround us here in the sunshine of the arabian persian gulf this is the chief executive officer of doha bank dr our seat rahman doctor of very good day to you here we are and the obvious question for me right away is this is a growing city growing so fast i think towers are going up around us did you arrange this for me or has this been coming for a long time the my seeing something that's new here or if you've been growing like this for a decade more good morning to you good morning jumped and a cohost again as pledging police shebeen to be part of your show i'm glad what you're seeing is what we have to believe it is an extraordinary country of substance and substantial compliance the political progress social progress and and the economic progress and is a telling story your eighty captured it's not today the transmission started in their back in 1984 social justice freedom functional democracy human rights principle of good governance is all converging in in one part of the wall that's qatar and extraordinaire set of leadership and converting every crisis into opportunity and getting the right priorities these these appearance from centered values this set an and dale truly reflection of uh modern at the human aspirations and essentially it has been a story of sexists for the last twenty three years tell us a little bit about the growth in the economy and where a comes from we know that qatar of course as wonderful natural resources but the economy goes well beyond that tell us a little bit about the economy beyond natural resources well diversification assist exit solutions is engage in nonhydrocarbon qatar realized in 1995 made to six they have a huge concert alleged assess in addition to oil oil is not significant in terms of overall production distribution so alan jesus striking a priority that look my natural gas absolutely right that's the energyefficient and roman friendly that's the right.

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"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I'm john batchelor in doha qatar i'm joined by christopher nixon cox here with me in studio in doha andrew mccarthy of the national review online in the united states thaddeus mccotter wjr in the united states quickly gentleman too many villains too little time andy you've gone over this document released since i laughed the simpson testimony there is a quote in the news and i can't confirm it but it's there that diane feinstein's believes that she felt pressured to release this document there's a controversy about releasing such a thing but you've looked through the document what's in there that someone would pressure the senior senator from california to release who does it benefit anti uh john i think it's a miscalculation because it does not benefit the story of collusion between trump and russia and i think a lot of it undermines the position that was taken by mr simpson who is the head of fusion gps which is the outset that was retained by the clinton campaign to do the russia project thaddeus the it seems more designed to promote simpson's narrative rather than get at the truth correct yeah but he he seemed to be thaddeus that that he was a lot more concerned with taking shots at uh bill browder who is the guy who's behind the magnitsky act uh in in russia then he was in addressing the collusion story which really went nowhere as far as its testimonies concern cress do you think that there any establishment republicans who may be were involved a you know this dossier than in its in.

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"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"It will cost you not to call i'm your host john bachelor reporting from political and battlefronts around the world in this case from doha qatar in the persian gulf in seoul south korea today the administration of president moon continued with its rosy plans to speak with north korea for the first time in two years at least the conversations are to begin my time right now in south korea in washington the trump administration announced that up to two hundred thousand salvadorans in the united states these last years the grace the obama administration must leave the united states also in washington there is talk between the white house and the special council of an interview with president trump about the russia investigation and a new york all the markets edged higher as we begin 2018 with a world wide bull market all trading all the time i know because i am in a country that has benefiting from the world wide bull market the investments by koch are are everywhere they are an energy rich contrary to peninsula new arabian gulf but at the same time it is invested much more of its portfolio than its rivals and i'm told a majority of that of its income does not come from energy because of the worldwide bull market i begin with my professionals tonight because while i've gone indopacific and global the united states continues happily to enjoy the melodrama of the trump administration i welcome my colleague and co host thaddeus mccotter wjr the great voice of the great lakes in chile detroit and john fund of the national review online and david drucker of the washington examiner gentleman it's wonderful to speak from faraway these are balmy conditions think san diego on the persian gulf with a beautiful sunset over the desert in any event i read and the.

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"doha" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"It will cost you're not to call it i'm your host john bachelor reporting from political and battlefronts around the world in this case from doha qatar in the persian gulf in seoul south korea today the administration of president moon continued with it it's rosy plans to speak with north korea for the first time in two years at least the conversations are to begin my time right now in south korea in washington the trump administration announced that up to two hundred thousand salvadorans in the united states these last years the grace the obama administration must leave the united states also in washington there is talk between the white house and the special council of an interview with president trump about the russia investigation and a new york all the markets edged higher as we begin 2018 with a world wide bull market all trading all the time i know because i am in a country that has benefiting from the world wide bull market the investments by koch are are everywhere they are an energy rich contrary to peninsula the arabian gulf but at the same time it is invested much more of its portfolio than its rivals and i'm told a majority of that of its income does not come from energy because of the worldwide bull market i begin with my professionals tonight because while i've gone indopacific and global the united states continues happily to enjoy the melodrama of the trump administration i welcome my colleague and co host thaddeus mccotter wjr the great voice of the great lakes in chile detroit and john fund of the national review online and david drucker of the washington examiner gentleman it's wonderful to speak from far away these are balmy conditions think san diego on the persian gulf with a beautiful sunset over the desert in any event i read and the front pages of our newspapers the.

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"doha" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And mike master control tells me they do not have the rest of that clip viewed explain what was said stephen sorry that we might have lost that clip rob which was just talking about how you know he's an h back technician he's know busy running around catching up with people in getting there he set backup and he had some advice for road refer on motorists saying you know take it slow out there and be careful and be mindful of the other people around you don't be switching lanes when there is all kinds of slush in between so he viewed advice thank you for that my can stay safe out there he would have used mike dougherty widows on reporters roundup release liz earlier outside in doha don't feel the windshield and cold a witness on greek linda snow in january the glow they did dolled dale by morning commuters says he didn't really mind the coal that market is getting colder a good to keep a positive attitude about a storm that continues to cause lingering problems especially on the travel and utility front kyw is mark abram says a been a busy man all day staffing the stormcenter he joins us on roundup and marker how are we failing this hour well steve right now let's get to the update on the airport philadelphia international reports the winter storm forced cancellation of more than four hundred forty flights today four inches of snow fell on the airport de icing crews have worked pretty hard through the day to get some of the planes prep for take off some of them did in fact get off the ground but with delays if you of a flight out of philadelphia this evening are planning on meeting someone who's coming in to flee on a flight our best advice to you is to check.

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"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Snow earlier this month from somewhere that's right i get prepared for that doha had how you'll get so you you're you got your going to buffalo for for christmas and are they or are they getting snow or they are do they have snow they have snow on the ground still i believe they they do i 20 some talk to death three days in a row and so yeah he said it was melting the other day but i haven't even i haven't even looked at the forecast right right and and actually you do have to look at it to put the because at that decides how you're going to uh how you are you gonna dress what you need twenty seven degrees are right now and uh when i get in saturday get a combination of rain and snow 35 is a high 26 as low so and then sunday twenty nine 21 in monday 25 and nine degrees so yeah it's gonna with chances has brought roughly fifty percent chance of snow when i get back so all right app let's put it this way looks like they'll have a white christmas i don't know how many inches he has in the ground the right now though i got it i'll ask him thrown i talk to or today later on today uh all right we got to have more coming up i know what happened yesterday and quite a few things happened yesterday the uh the investigation republicans looking maybe at possible criminal activity in the department of justice and fbi we'll get to that and uh more people still want to talk about the tax bill we'll get to that your calls in comments to eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye how.

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"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"States sleep at night sure there are i some really incredible apps so what are you looking for an app to make in particular noises if you want more he's a pink noise something along those lines on there's actually in africa it's actually called white noise uh is the name of the app and it does pink noise and brown noise brand noises lowfrequency sound masking local and then it also allows you to create your own sounds scape there's like forty different sounds are you mix by but once it's only a dollar so even if you buy it the only use it a couple of times you know it's not like you're out of pocket a lot are you an art are you an infrared or iphone i mentioned to asset android okay on android up that's also available white loses available on android but there's also one called kromah doha's by concetta chromosome it's kromah does and that's on google play and then actually is a based on an algorithm that you can control um there's also another one that a lot of people use is called sleep fan so if you like to sleep to the sound of a fan and ask lady fan you can actually have that sound correct and so it's actually it's actually kind of cool that you know you can put this right there now you know if you if you find that you need a bonafide machine there's a accompanied by the name of mark pack and its m a r p a c and they actually make some white noise machines but i think the apps will give you more flexibility people travel methods for yeah and then you're not carrying this box around with yet i you know you.

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"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Use to help stave sleep at night sure there are some really incredible apps so what are you looking for an app to make a particular noises if you are white noise a pick noise something along those lines there's actually in africa it's actually called white noise uh is the name of the app and it does pink noise and brown noise brand noises lowfrequency sound masking local and then it also allows you to create your own sounds game there's like forty different sounds are you mix five once it's only a dollar so even if you buy it the only is it a couple of times you know it's not like here out of pocket a lot are you an our are you on infrared or iphone i mentioned to asset android okay on android up that's also available white loses available on android but there's also one called kromah doha's by concetta chromosome chromosome does in that's on google play and then actually is a based on an algorithm that you can control um there's also another one that a lot of people use as called sleep fan so if you like to sleep to the sound of a fan and ask lady fan you can actually have that sound broker and so it's actually it's actually kind of cool that you know you can put this right there now you know if you if you find that you need a bonafide machine there's a accompanied by the name of mar pack and its marta see and they actually make some white uh noise machines but i think the apps will give you more flexibility repair better for crab movement type for yeah and then you're not carrying this box around with yet uh you know you.

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"doha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are not available in crimea iran sudan syria and north korea at rat i can't upgrade my i find software i'll have to throw it away and get a samsung doctor farid a disk gruntal economist for the world bank complained to me he just spent two months trying to pay his sons university fees in doha he first attempted to transfer money for me us bank account to a qatari one but being sudanese he rates alarm bells wet bank staff i try to convince them it was irregular transaction i showed them the universe tiba he told me i'm talking about twenty ties and tallies not twenty million the words over compliance come up often when talking to sudanese he travelled regularly coming headtohead with companies he seemed to find it easier simply not to do business with them even outside sudan itself for the majority of sudanese who have far more limited means the effects of the sanctions and more insidious therein in the drugs cancer patients can't access the aid that doesn't get sant the vehicles rusting away for lack of spare parts the sanctions were brought into hurt the government but they hurt the people a young man with messy hair and green rammed glasses told me in a bank from which we walk to a currency exchange to turn my tidy u s tallies into stacks of fraying sudanese pan nets he was a skeptic or rain there when the sanctions are lifted the people went benefits he argued it'll be the government that well the sanctions certainly haven't heard president omar bashir he's been in power for twenty seven years and if the only sesing head of state wanted for war crimes in the international criminal course he lives in a chinesebuilt palace on the banks of the blue nile some opportunist are taking advantage of the isolation the sanctions have led to in khartoum's riyadh neighborhood a place called starbucks has opened its doors it offers an.

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"doha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Said the wall in caps wmal which is already under construction in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls we'll continue to be built then he tweeted eleven minutes ago does anybody really want to throw out good educated and accomplice young people who have jobs some serving in the military question word oriole exclamation point four minutes ago they have been in our country for many years for no fault of their own brought in by parents that young ages plus big in capital letters yes border secured this is great and yet you we gotta center the president nick the nazis address could you might think you make the nazi at doha so ready he's try to keep everybody happy in the bipartisan no agreement has been reached according to the braga 640 right now 24th ever gog we had a lot to talk about and that we appreciate you being with us and gone through the the silliness with a sunday a night seventy the answer i'll take your phone calls at eight seven seven night 700 2999 i see the calls up ready five boroughs this year big outstanding by what the headline news right here in new york new york on am 970 the answer but this is am 970 the answer 71 degrees at six forty amalgam through lowered local news first here's what's going on a new poll shows the democratic candidate in new jersey governor's race has a huge lead over the republican opponent according to a quarterback university paul democrat bill murphy leaves republican lieutenant governor kim go donald fifty eight to thirty three percent among likely voters were donald's ties to governor chris christie is governor are reportedly having a negative impact on voters opinions of her 47 percent said it worked against her while forty percent said it didn't matter and eleven percent said the that working relationship had a positive impact on them let disputed news for saying jump jumping vacant at a poll so take it for what it's eight.

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"doha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I think that was kind of a clear signal from doha that they're not going to be dictated to kind of pursue relationships that are in their interest i'd i don't think it's kind of a more strategic shift towards towards iran but certainly in the kind of in light of the crisis one they want a signal that they they make their decisions about who they have relationships with and to kind of need at this point in time stronger commercial ties with anyone who can kind of help them get around this economic blockade site but i do think that yes that decision has backfired of this sense that they have returned their ambassador to tehran and the signalling that they're not going to relinquish that relationship at the same time i think from the saudi and uae perspective we saw an order gashed minister state here say that we welcome this insofar as it gives clarity to work after thinks our interest lies and who they think their friends are we kind of welcome that clarity that this crisis is bringing everyone really taking sides there just on the us angle we did see some words are hear some words out of trump last week where he was talking about how he wanted to be a mediator in the dispute given that we already have a domestic mediator in the form of kuwait and we already have us emissaries here on the ground for some time now what kind of influence the us going to be able to bring to pharrell in this situation i think they do have a lot of influence obviously given the strength of their ties with with both sides i think we saw a bit of a strange kind of tournament in the trump press conference where it seemed like it was framed as wanting to present the us as a as a mediator alongside cueto we will step in if quaint needed help but then in the in the course of answered questions trump once again kind of talked about how there's one side in this that's funding terrorism and if they're not going to stop doing that than we don't want the two sides to come together which seem deal as we saw early in the crisis a bit of a shift in favor of saudi arabia and the uae and so i think you're that was not a helpful comment in terms of.

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"doha" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"doha" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Out what would work as far as medicare and medicaid how likely is it that there will be a bill that will be in palatable form that could get the correction number of republican votes by tuesday wednesday even thursday of next week that's the open question i mean the gamble they don't have the votes right now if they don't have an preps they would poehler and move the in august they already have said they want the ultimate goal as they are they don't wanna go happy august recess want to try to do that by next week so um but you said that they don't necessarily have all the votes but do they have the willingness and the sort of momentum from the other republicans in the senate who want to be seen as getting something done and wanna make it work you can never overestimate deed diktat which these numbers do not like obamacare and that's really what thriving now and i felt pain talking with members that i felt offensive momentum i deny your confrontational rejected doha's she doesn't get the planned parenthood and i meant that she i keep the you mentioned uh i felt like john mccain said he was he he would be ready to vote next week one way or the other we talked about this for years he complaining that the earlier about the prophet talked about anything and i i just felt that there was a little bit of a wanting to try to do that if they do it vote could be in our took left friday morning tiffany and as sense of like why they have imposed this deadline on themselves other than for political reasons because if they don't like the name obamacare want it they just call it something else do something temporary and then spend the time fixing it because it's a pretty important programme one thing that running up against the eightyear work congress even though the perc you ever presidency which is usually very productive they really have accomplishing very little bit hide on confirming print court justice living and regulatory changes in the initial ruined him about oral rulemaking in the first couple of mine and they really don't want to spend too much time on this any longer they want to move on tax reform day up spending bill limiting crease they wanted turnkey after.

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