35 Burst results for "Douma"

"douma" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

03:18 min | 4 months ago

"douma" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"On. But. The point years. When he Israel's sin, they were brought into Babylonian captivity in the Babylonian Sibyl who who is this God y'all way. He's a, he's a pushover. We can take these Israelites all the why? Why are the Israelites in Babylonian Captivity because God was faithful to was promised? In Deuteronomy Twenty eight? If you send, you become an dollar, I'm going to hand you over to the nation's. The irony is the spanking of the Israelites because of their San led to the district of God's name among the Pagans as. Greater. Exactly. That's the greatest. Hall saying that he look you rascals. You claim to love the law which. Banned Brazil. Why don't you basically get off your high horse instead of looking to try to obey perfectly that you can't do why don't you come to Christ? Who did it for you? Trying them to, he's the one. He's the perfect Israelite that you never could be ease. The perfect son. He's the perfect image bearer who never blasting the name. You need him. That's what he's pointing. Emma. So then another another aspect of this would be. that. You know as I'm looking through the rivalry chapter in in basically. In a thought. Wow. The fissile while too and that was. Recognizing that sin is done in ignorance just needs atoning for just as much as overt sin. and. You don't think you know think that logically through that that in a wide isn God, kind of take an easier softer tone with ignorance, you do something not knowing it said. He doesn't take softer. Tony, HIA tones for it. He provides provision for it, but he doesn't excuse wipe it away and I and I really think that the what's what's important there? Is Again, it's not that you're doing something bad in your action, but that you're being bringing disrepute to him in his name in that, that's that's what really needs atoning for, and we see you know just as one example I have Hebrews nine seven just to show. You know. But but into the second about the temple, only the high. Priest goes. And he but once a year and not without taking blood which he offers for himself and for the unintentional sins of the people. So just that's just one passage where we're showing that these unintentional sin is being atone for provision for it, but it's not. It's not just being ignored. It's not being in a cast. You know kind of forgotten about it needs to be addressed and I, and I, really think it's because of that blasphemous aspect of it that we're we're testifying improperly of who God is and his character. Andy. That's well said I think that's one of the reasons today. I really fear for a lot of evangelical who delve into. kind of this posse of saying we'll. We'll approach God in worship. Anyway, we want one of the examples that's kind of hot as of late as the Aena Graham which is completely paying in the claim is that's a source that you can use to be sanctified, but it's something that Christ never ordained. neograph. I'm Bob Bob Tway whose rights critical issues, commentaries actually written a whole article on it and I won't this distract us, but it's A..

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Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete

Scuba Shack Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Visiting the Atlantis Dive Resort in Dumaguete

"Today your next dive. I'm GONNA take you to the Atlanta's dive resort in Douma Getty first of all. You'll fly into Manila from the US and it's a long flight for for example direct from JFK. You can fly to Manila overnight and there are a lot of options from various points in the US in the West Coast. Once you get get to Manila. You'll be transferred by the Atlanta's organization to a flight to do Magadan on an airline called Seibu Pacific as I mentioned. It's just the short one hour flight in the morning. Once you get to do a getty the attendance will pick up your bags from the baggage claim and load them on a van. Where you'll it'll take about a thirty to forty minutes Ride to the resort which is down which is just outside the Duma getty city. You'll get to the resort. It's a little short Dirt road down to the resort. Not Very Long. But it's interesting flows through to the resort. And once you get there you walk completely. Threw the resort to the front desk area. Where you'll check in immediately when we got to the place it made us feel at home? We got there at a later in the day. We were there at dinner and we all sat down to dinner and while we were waiting for dinner. They gave us a quick neck massage. While we were getting manning served so pretty interesting the rooms. We were very very impressed with the room. They're really nice. They can have either a king size bed. Ed or double beds Our Room had a nice couch in it. It was a desk spacious so we could lay out all of our stuff. Also Our Room had double sinks in the bathroom very very nice room. The rooms also had a deck associated winning which are sheltered and they had a ceiling fan on top of the deck. A nice place to dry your bathing suits out or some gear. Plus there was a lounge chair out on the on the deck area. Now I did notice that some of the decks also had hammocks on them. Let's talk about the food to Tokyo. Restaurant is outstanding. You will get three meals a day their breakfast which is all car. You can get a Omelettes waffles. French toast If you're going there eggs benedict are pretty good The one that I really liked where the chocolate banana French toast luncheon dinner. There's a menu board and you can get a super salad. There's up to four entrees on their things like chicken beef fish noodle stir FRY PASTA ASTA and then two desserts this talk about diving. Wow it was outstanding you take aac either. A small motor launch or sometimes there's a larger Bach abode. Noser like with the outriggers on it few on the bottom boat. They're very spacious. Die Sites sites are very close. One to ten minutes away and you can get either muck diving or muck and ref- or just just just reef and we were very very amazed at the colors the fish life the biodiversity. It really seems like it's on steroids. Loyd's compared to the Caribbean. There was not a lot of depth there we usually stayed in the sixty foot range and every dive was sixty minutes. It's or more visibility. Came in at about eighty feet. Also we did a trip to Otto island which is about a forty forty five to fifty minute boat ride where we did three dives. The coral on Apo island was fabulous. I think they say there's over six hundred species of quarrel in six hundred and fifty species of marine life on UPO island. Another thing that we did was your trip over to Seibu. Two Oz. Lob Job where we snorkeled with will sharks now the dive locker is pretty spacious. You get a little cubby for your certain in gear. There are showers into dive locker. Rinse tanks and an area for nighthawks analysis and recording. Debriefing area is Outside and you go through a brief between each dive at what you do you come back between dives to shore change out your tanks get briefed and go forward Lord. There's a Cameroon a classroom. And there's an on site SPA and pool if you don't WanNa take die a take a day off a diving you can do other tours. There's a city tour where you can go out and do some shopping you can get up to five dives a day. Atlantis dive resort. We were so impressed that we are planning to go back in two thousand twenty one with the shop trip

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  Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Last Year May Have Been Staged

Democracy Now! Audio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

Chemical Weapons Attack In Syria Last Year May Have Been Staged

"Credulity spawned to what a some observers have observed have inferred from this document namely that the chemical weapons attack in Douma nastier may have been staged a by the rebels has there been any precedent for that kind of staging by the rebels anywhere in Syria and can this reasonably be inferred from that document leaked document. Well, first of all, the first really serious chemically talking series in two thousand thirteen nothing sarin in Goethe NASCAR outskirts of Damascus now at that point, the Russians invasive pulses, they Syrian regime still to claiming false flags. The rebels were pretending to. Carry out chemical attacks and blaming the regime. What we have in connection with this latest one is that the fact finding mission cold on a number of international experts. They said the three different experts. Honesty's done by three teams in three different countries. They worked independently the purpose of this exercise really was to examine the Cillian does look at the damage on them. Look at the surrounding damage to the concrete roofs, and Troy to Joyce conclusions about how the send is right there with complicated calculations like how fast it would be folding. It was dropped from the sky and doing computer simulations and things like that. So he saw as a very technical sort of business. Now, Mr. Henderson's reports, same set done something similar. There's nothing much detail about how he did it, but it saves the T contact of universities who gave guidance on how to compute modeling and the, the report kind of implies that it was the model was done internally by Henderson, pops the people, but he's not absolutely clear. Basically. So basically very very technical area. So it's very difficult for outsiders to judge particularly as neither the official report, No, MR Henderson's goes into any real detail about how they ride their calculations. So do

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"douma" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"douma" Discussed on KCRW

"News in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump has wrapped up a speech at the conservative political action conference an annual meeting of right wing activists. NPR Shannon, van Sant reports. Trump ratcheted up the rhetoric to sound off on familiar themes, and a fiery speech at CPAC. Trump dismissed the Mueller investigation and oversight efforts by Democrats in congress. They fight so hard on this which is phony deal that they put together this phony thing that now looks like it's dying. So they don't have anything with Russia. There's no collusion. So now, they go and morphine to let's inspect every deal. He's ever done. Trump criticized the investigation is being produced by people who were not elected and called it the collusion delusion. He also used his speech to rail against former FBI director James Comey and mock his former attorney general Jeff Sessions, Shannon, van Sant NPR news Washington in Syria. Us-backed Kurdish forces have resumed their battle to force ISIS from the village of biogas its last piece of territory in Syria. They paused fighting for the past few days to allow an estimated thirteen thousand civilians to flee though. Kurdish commanders say some are refusing to leave chlorine was likely used as a weapon in an attack last year on the Syrian city of Duma Teri Schultz reports that's the conclusion of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons after investigating the attack that much of the west blames on Syria. The OPCW doesn't attribute blame for attacks. And its latest report only analyzes what substance killed as many as seventy people in Douma last April. The global watchdog says months of testing and interviews indicate. It was likely molecular chlorine and not a nerve agent as a regionally suspected a U N commission of inquiry has already found the substance was contained in a gas. Cylinder dropped by a helicopter on a residential building. In one of the last holdouts of anti-government forces fighting the Syrian regime, the US France and the UK launched retaliatory air strikes against government sites. A week later Syria denies involvement and its ally. Russia maintains the whole incident was staged by the opposition backed rescue workers the white helmets for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz Canada's giving the go-ahead to a hearing on extraditing Chinese executive wanted in the US, Dan carbon Chuck reports the case is going before the British Columbia supreme court next week. The decision came just before a midnight deadline for auto water formerly proceed with the case against Moung. Joe while ways chief financial officer. She was detained three months ago on an extradition request from Washington, the US alleges wall way conspired to violate international sanctions. Against iran. Ottawa says the decision to go ahead with a case came after a thorough and diligent review of the evidence..

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Watchdog: More time needed on alleged Syria chemical attack

Fresh Air

03:48 min | 2 years ago

Watchdog: More time needed on alleged Syria chemical attack

"Reunify immigrant families but still they need to ask for an extension that's what a justice department lawyer will ask judge daynuss abroa in his san diego courtroom this afternoon soubra ordered the government to rejoin parents with their small children by next week and with their older children later this month but federal child welfare workers say it takes time to conduct the dna test to determine parentage and do background checks on the parents before they released the children federal agents removed nearly three thousand children from their parents a hundred of whom are under five years of age the president reversed the policy six weeks later after an international outcry john burnett npr news a global chemical weapons watchdogs out with a new report containing details of an alleged chemical weapons attack in syria that attack on rebels and duma prompted president trump to order airstrikes on assad regime targets earlier this year npr's with sherlock reports of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons now concludes chlorine was used in the initial attack but there was no evidence of a nerve agent on the seventh of april syrian activists posted videos from inside the besieged rebelheld suburb of douma sharing panics men women and children struggling for breath there were unconfirmed reports of dozens of people kills the state department said reports of the attack suggested a nerve agent was used in response to the dimmer attack the us struck syrian government targets it said were connected to the regime's chemical weapons program in its interim report on the attack however the cw now says it's found no traces of a nerve agent it did though find evidence of chlorine gas a far less deadly chemical agent that has been weaponized frequently in the syrian civil war wreath shylock npr news british prime minister theresa may has summoned her cabinet to try to get them to agree how britain's going to leave the eu here's npr's al's fordham may has a meeting schedule to twelve hours with cabinet ministers who can't agree how many of the structures regulations of the european union they want to continue to be part of it's still to be possible she will ask some ministers to resign if they will not agree to her latest plan two years after the uk voted lethal european union there's still no clear plan the how that will happen that's alice fordham the us labor sectors coming off a strong month two hundred thirteen thousand more jobs and with more companies hiring more unemployed people decide to resume their search for work which contributed to the uptick in the unemployment rate to four percent this is npr news from news i'm ryan levy california's agriculture and shipping industries expect to be hit hard by escalating trade war between the us and china today president trump's twentyfive percent trade tariffs on a list of chinese goods worth about thirty four billion dollars a year took effect and china is retaliating with tariffs on fresh and dried produce nuts meat and fish among hundreds of us goods mike example is a spokesman for the port of oakland agricultural exports through the port of oakland have grown forty or fifty percent little last five years phenomenal growth almost all of that growth is going to markets in asia principally china chinese tariffs will likely mean higher prices and decreased demand for california produce the california department of motor vehicles says more than twenty five hundred people have been cited over the last year for illegally using disabled persons placards that's an increase of a thousand citations from the same period between two thousand sixteen and twenty seventeen dmv spokesman high may garza says the numbers rose to increase help from law enforcement throughout the state if you were disabled and someone parked in the spot that you needed and didn't really need that spot how would you feel how would you father feel your mother your brother who needed that spot think twice before you.

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Watchdog: Nerve agent, toxic chemical "very likely" used in Syria attacks

All Things Considered

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Watchdog: Nerve agent, toxic chemical "very likely" used in Syria attacks

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst a new report from the world's chemical weapons watchdog the opcw finds it the nerve agent saron and the toxic chemical chlorine were used as weapons of war in attacks on a syrian village in two thousand seventeen and peers worth sherlock reports the finding comes as the opcw works to confirm reports of another apparent chemical attack in the capital of damascus this year the syrian government agreed to surrender its chemical weapons ass no to international inspectors in two thousand thirteen but since then the use of chemical weapons in syria by both the regime and opposition rebels has continued the new abc w report finds that sarin was used in an attack against the then rebelheld village of alabama on the twenty fourth of april last year and the two chlorine gas bomb was dropped on the surgical hospital the next day the report comes as investigators try to determine whether the chemical weapons we used in a separate attack on the rebel held town of douma near damascus that killed dozens of people in april this year ruth sherlock npr news beirut the federal reserve raised its benchmark interest rate to between one and three quarters percent and two percent economist joel naroff says that's due to the growing economy and with it inflation the fed is also raising rates because ready to still too low and they're worried about the next recession and they wanna have the ability to lower rates in the future just in case we do run into a recession it's the second rate hike this year and more are planned prices at the wholesale level rose to the highest level since january of twenty twelve a sign that the strong economy is starting to spark inflation the labor department says its producer price index which measures inflation before it reaches consumers rose three point one percent last month from may of twenty seventeen all street lower by the closing bell the dow down one hundred nineteen nasdaq down eight you're listening to npr news and this is is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson new jersey's experiment with sports betting begins tomorrow morning just one month after the supreme court cleared the way for states to legalize gambling on sports wnyc's ilya marritz has the details the first legal sports bet in garden state history will be placed by new jersey's governor phil murphy he's called in the cameras.

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Iowa, Kim Reynolds and Npr discussed on

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Iowa, Kim Reynolds and Npr discussed on

"All and all now the new form of death with a maniac terrorists right trump also brought up a frequent talking point that chicago has one of the nation's highest murder rates despite having stringent gun laws he didn't mention illinois's proximity to states with relatively weak gun laws for npr news i'm bill ziebel in dallas and international fact finding mission is back in the netherlands after gathering samples from douma syria the side of a suspected chemical weapons attack as teri schultz reports the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons or the opcw is trying to determine what happened in douma the opcw team of investigators spent almost three weeks in syria getting access to the site where the west believes syrian president bush cheryl assad launched a gas attack against his own people april seventh the opcw says now we'll split the samples between several of its partner laboratories and should have the results back in three to four weeks that analysis is expected to show what the substance was was that allegedly killed and wounded dozens of people in the suburb outside damascus the us britain and france launched airstrikes against several suspected chemical weapons facilities in syria in retaliation russia's supports the syrian government's claim there was no attack for npr news i'm teri schultz on wall street stocks close sharply hearts are sharply higher on friday the dow jones industrial average gained three hundred thirty two points the nasdaq composite index rose one hundred and twenty one points and the s and p five hundred and thirty three this is npr news i was governor kim reynolds has signed a bill that bans abortions after six weeks of pregnancy the law approved this week is considered the strictest abortion banned in the nation it is expected to face a lengthy court challenge the iowa affiliates of planned parenthood and the american civil liberties union have already said that they would sue the governor if she signed the measure the.

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Chemical weapons inspectors visit Syria's Douma

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 2 years ago

Chemical weapons inspectors visit Syria's Douma

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk in syria chemical weapons inspectors finally visited a site and duma two weeks after an alleged chemical weapons attack on civilians that prompted a retaliatory airstrike from the us uk and france the team collected samples for analysis and says it will evaluate the situation before considering any further steps meanwhile un secretary general antonio gutierrez says those responsible for the attack need to be held accountable you cannot go on leaving reading unity any election who what is clearly a war crime that's shoe that is a fee is from the face of an informal meeting of the security council and sweden the un chief also said the syrian conflict can only be resolved politically not militarily barbara bush was honored on a funeral service saturday at saint martin's episcopal church in houston the former first lady died tuesday at age ninety two npr's sash ingram reports accused of saint martin's episcopal church were filled first lady melania trump sat beside the obamas and the clintons as friends and family shared memories of barbara bush her friend susan garrett baker spoke of bush's dedication to literacy and being pen pals with strangers former florida governor jeb bush just spoke of her as mom mom got a su are difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love she called her style a benevolent dictatorship but honestly it wasn't always benevolent he said she told him i don't wanna leave your dad but i know i'll be in a beautiful place sasha anger npr news hungary ends were protesting and budapest saturday against government control of the media it was the second consecutive weekend of demonstrations against the recently re elected prime minister viktor orban's the bbc's nick thorpe has more.

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India approves death penalty for rape of young children

Global News Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

India approves death penalty for rape of young children

"Yes i mean i think two things one the evidence but they want to get is from the actual bodies of victims so have blood urine samples there are reportedly such samples already that the uk the us mma french governments have received a severe hope to get that that and also that if they get if it was sarin that was used than the actual samples of soil would still be meaningful if it was chlorine that won't be the case sebastian asha to india now where the prime minister narendra modi has approved the death penalty for anybody who's found guilty of raping ago under the age of twelve his government has been forced to take action because of widespread public anger about sexual violence in two thousand sixteen there were forty thousand rapes reported to your thirties and forty percent of the victims were children the latest case involved in eightyearold muslim go in a hindu dominated area of jammu and kashmir state rotunda reports from calcutta protests like this across india all week many of the demonstrators have been wearing placards saying i'm ashamed to be indian it follows the murder of eightyearold asif abban she was kidnapped by a group of men who continue raped and then strangled her with this goff there have been other similar cases involving children across this country the calls for the government to do something to tackle the problem have been growing louder every day the indian prime minister narendra modi called a special cabinet meeting and they he issued the executive order which means that those found guilty of raping children under the age of twelve can now face the death penalty the announcement has caused lots of debate here on the streets of calcutta actually deserve a good idea because the only punishment for revisit it is not going to solve the problem i actually ping dasha.

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"douma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcasts from the bbc world service i'm james cope no and this edition is published in the early hours of sunday the twenty second of april main stories international inspectors finally get into duma in syria to investigate an alleged chemical weapons attack the indian government makes raping children punishable by execution actually deserve a good idea because the only punishment for rape is dead i actually ping now should be for everybody for every woman who's also in this podcast we hear from zimbabwe where the new president is dealing with a health crisis and at the funeral of the former american first lady barbara bush her son jeb gives a eulogy i asked her about dying without missing a beach she said jeb i believe in jesus and he is my savior i don't wanna leave your dad but i know i'll be in a beautiful place two weeks after the suspected chemical weapons attack in douma in syria international investigators have finally gained access to a site where an alleged poison gas attack killed dozens of civilians a team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons arrived in damascus a week ago around the same time the us britain and france launch missiles syrian government targets syria and his russian backers deny using chemical weapons the un secretary general antonio gutierrez says this would be criminal we really need to find a way to insulation to violations of international law that these chemical weapons presents we need to find a way we need a company bility exists we cannot go on living with impunity in relation to what it is clearly a war crime that should have his tears from the face until you gutierrez speaking in sweden at the meeting of u n security council members to discuss how to end the civil war in syria after seven years of fighting inspection by chemical weapons investigators have been repeatedly postponed because of what would describe as security reasons i've been hearing more from arab affairs editor sebastian russia well they've gone for the first time into the town of duma and they've gone according to a brief statement that they released to one site the main site one assumes where the videos originated i alerted the world to the suspected attack they spent a few hours that the russian firmative ministries.

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"douma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcasts from the bbc world service i'm james cope no and this edition is published in the early hours of sunday the twenty second of april main stories international inspectors finally get into duma in syria to investigate an alleged chemical weapons attack the indian government makes raping children punishable by execution actually deserve a good idea because the only punishment for rape is dead i actually ping now should be for everybody for every woman who's also in this podcast we hear from zimbabwe where the new president is dealing with a health crisis and at the funeral of the former american first lady barbara bush her son jeb gives a eulogy i asked her about dying without missing a beach she said jeb i believe in jesus and he is my savior i don't wanna leave your dad but i know i'll be in a beautiful place two weeks after the suspected chemical weapons attack in douma in syria international investigators have finally gained access to a site where an alleged poison gas attack killed dozens of civilians a team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons arrived in damascus a week ago around the same time the us britain and france launch missiles syrian government targets syria and his russian backers deny using chemical weapons the un secretary general antonio gutierrez says this would be criminal we really need to find a way to insulation to violations of international law that these chemical weapons presents we need to find a way we need a company bility exists we cannot go on living with impunity in relation to what it is clearly a war crime that should have his tears from the face until you gutierrez speaking in sweden at the meeting of u n security council members to discuss how to end the civil war in syria after seven years of fighting inspection by chemical weapons investigators have been repeatedly postponed because of what would describe as security reasons i've been hearing more from arab affairs editor sebastian russia well they've gone for the first time into the town of duma and they've gone according to a brief statement that they released to one site the main site one assumes where the videos originated i alerted the world to the suspected attack they spent a few hours that the russian firmative ministries.

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Chemical weapons inspectors collect samples from Syria site

All Things Considered

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Chemical weapons inspectors collect samples from Syria site

"I'm michelle martin we'll dig into the political news of the week and we'll also hear from journalists who still trying to make sense of what she saw on a two thousand sixteen campaign trail people have said oh i don't wanna relive that but i think that we have to plus remembering former first lady barbara bush as she's laid to rest mom got a su are difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love that and my essay about barbara bush are all coming up but first this news live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbs in syria chemical weapons inspectors have visited a site in douma where an alleged chemical weapons tack on civilians prompted a retaliatory airstrikes from the us uk and france the team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons collected samples for analysis and says it will evaluate the situation before considering next steps which include another possible visit to the city meanwhile un secretary general antonio tara says those responsible for that alleged weapons attack need to be held accountable walk leavings meeting unity clearly a war crime that should have robbed the face of at an informal meeting of the security council in sweden today gutierrez says the syrian conflict can only be resolved politically not militarily at the international monetary fund's spring meeting in washington dc today treasury secretary steve mnuchin and federal reserve chair jerome powell join counterparts warning the improved.

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National School Walkout: Students march from Brown’s Island to Va. State Capitol

01:32 min | 2 years ago

National School Walkout: Students march from Brown’s Island to Va. State Capitol

"Ktar news in washington i'm barbara klein north korea's announcement that it stopping nuclear and missile tests is being cautiously welcomed worldwide us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says u n pressure on pyongyang is paying off you can see the security council really came together and was able to enforce sanctions on north korea isolate them until they had good behavior now we're seeing they're wanting to come to the table north korean leader kim jong hoon and south korea's president hold a summit next week the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says its inspectors in syria have visited one of the sites in douma allegedly attacked by chemical weapons earlier this month and they collected samples the team had been unable to visit the town for several days iran's nuclear agency says it's ready with expected and unexpected responses if the us pulls out of a multinational nuclear agreement president trump is due to announce a decision next month students in richmond virginia are holding a town hall meeting today to address gun violence the gathering follow student walkouts across the country yesterday and demonstrations that erupted after february school shooting in parkland florida megan paulie of member station w c v e is in richmond democratic congressman donald mckee is scheduled to attend a student wet town hall discussion about gun violence this afternoon he addressed students during a local rally on friday mccutchen called gun safety the civil rights movement of the twenty first century with students at its core comes does give us encouragement because you can believe that those who are against us a bugging us all the time they fill in boxes they phones the townhall will give students another opportunity to address gun violence for npr news i'm megan paulie in richmond virginia the centers for disease control and prevention says all romaine lettuce grown in and around yuma arizona should be thrown out maya spring hawk rob net of member station k a w c reports in the coli outbreak that began in yuma was originally believed to have been limited to chop romaine the cdc is now recommending consumers avoid all romain lettuce including whole heads and salad mixes paula riva to narrow as a food safety and wildlife specialist for the university of arizona in yuma she says even with the many measures farmers take to prevent contamination one difficulty is keeping wild animals out of.

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"douma" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on NPR News Now

"From npr news in washington i'm barbara klein north korea's announcement that it stopping nuclear and missile tests is being cautiously welcomed worldwide us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley says u n pressure on peon young is paying off you can see the security council really came together and was able to enforce sanctions on north korea isolate them until they had good behavior of now or sitting there wanted to come to the table north korean leader kim jong hoon and south korea's president hold a summit next week the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says its inspectors in syria have visited one of the sites in douma allegedly attacked by chemical weapons earlier this month and they collected samples the team had been unable to visit the town for several days iran's nuclear agency says it's ready with expected and unexpected responses if the us pulls out of a multinational nuclear agreement president trump is due to announce a decision next month students in richmond virginia are holding a town hall meeting today to address gun violence the gathering follow student walkouts across the country yesterday and demonstrations that erupted after february school shooting in parkland florida megan paulie of member station w c v e is in richmond democratic congressman donald mckee chin is scheduled to attend a student led town hall discussion about gun violence this afternoon he addressed students during a local rally on friday mccutchen called gun safety the civil rights movement of the twenty first century with students at its core home toto's give us encouragement because you can believe that those who are against us a bugging us all the time they fill i in boxes they blow up our phones the town hall will give students another opportunity to address gun violence for npr news i'm megan paulie in richmond virginia the centers for disease control and prevention says all.

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Inspectors yet to reach alleged Syria chemical attack site

Democracy Now

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Inspectors yet to reach alleged Syria chemical attack site

"I don't have freedom by the palestinian hip hop group down this is democracy now i mean he goodman with nermeen we turn now to syria international chemical weapons inspectors are still attempting to enter the town of duma where an alleged chemical gas attack killed dozens of people earlier this month inspectors with the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons arrived in damascus on saturday but have been unable to reach dumas and have accused syrian and russian authorities of blocking access to the town on wednesday gunshots were fired at a un security team in douma this comes days off to the united states france and britain carried out air strikes against two chemical weapons storage facilities and a research center in syria in response to the us led strikes russia announced it may supply syria with a state of the art air defense system a move likely to anger the united states and israel israel has carried out more than one hundred and fifty bombing rates in syria since two thousand eleven just last week israel bombed an iranian air defense system at a syrian base to talk more about the crisis in syria we're joined by two guests still with us in new york is professor russia highly the edwards say professor of arab studies at columbia university and joining us in london is more i'm peg former guantanamo prisoners held an extra judicial detention by the us government from two thousand to two thousand five i held in kandahar then at the ball graham air base in afghanistan for approximately a year before being transferred to guantanamo in two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve muslim beg made several trips to syria to investigate reports of us and british rendition operations and to interview former prisoners of the assad regime muslim beg works as outreach director now at the london based organization cage which advocates on behalf of victims of the war on terror muslim beg it's good to have.

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Syria Says Chemical Weapons Watchdog Group Has Entered Douma

Red Eye Radio

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Syria Says Chemical Weapons Watchdog Group Has Entered Douma

"As a watchdog organization reportedly reaches the site of that suspected chemical weapons attack in syria the russian government says the rebels are the ones dealing with chemical weapons the us france and britain say the syrian government under bosch our allies sod is responsible for the suspected chemical weapons attack in douma earlier this month russia which supports the syrian government and denied an attack even took place now says it's found rebel chemical weapons in duma russia's says they found chlorine and components for producing mustard gas but it comes as a country delayed group of investigators from entering douma and the us now says it's worried that russia tampered with the site mark remillard abc news this is expected to be an historic day in cuba if all goes as expected raul castro will step down making it the first time in almost sixty years castro is not in charge of the general assembly meets and votes they will select a new president and it happens the same day they don't wait for a big inauguration the way we do it will immediately transfer power to the new president who's voted out now we expect that president to be the current and first vice president miguel diaz canal abc's serena marshall reporting and the wyoming school district where education secretary betsy devos.

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The first person on Mars 'should be a woman

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

The first person on Mars 'should be a woman

"The the person took the car even left a little note to say apologies for this i won't damage anything all these thoughts be the responsibility of the escaped prisoner he's also managed to find himself food from some of these houses which vacant from a graves where people leave food and there's a lot of food trees apparently so it seems if the police don't step up their action it could be there for some time i was talking to michael bristow the first man on the moon is pretty well known late neil armstrong as is the second but the first woman well there hasn't been one all twelve lunar explorers thus far have been men now a senior at nasa engineers at the first person to set foot on mars should be a woman in the idea has the backing of other female scientists and astronauts who've been talking to the bbc about plans for manned missions to the rent planet as well as their aspirations for the future they've also been telling us what inspired their careers there's movie space camp starring leah thompson which takes place here at kennedy space center launched them into space the venture of their lives will be getting back home it's hard i just loved it space camp i fell in love with that movie i watched it over and over against those really kind of tied me specifically to space i like star trek the next generation i was a total nerd like that in high school it just kind of seemed like that would be the way to go i've never really had the desire to be an astronaut though i get motion sickness like really really bad so i will be that person to help you get up there but i don't know if i would ever go up there myself i would like to see the next footprint be a lady i'd like to see the next footprint perhaps it's not going to be a stiletto hill but it will be associated with the normal distribution of what the population is.

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Rusal Extends Worst Week on Record Amid Uncertainty Over Future

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Rusal Extends Worst Week on Record Amid Uncertainty Over Future

"Those strikes on syria and what they said was precision targets against the assad regime the us france britain believe the syrian government is responsible for these chemical weapon attacks and that they directly targeted their ability to produce these chemical weapons and and hindered their program essentially but you know they may have many more storage areas the question is it seems to be that this was still a fairly limited strike and and it doesn't seem like the assad regime is willing to necessarily voluntarily give this stuff they're still denying that they had anything to do with this attack so that's part of the reason why this fact finding mission is so important but going forward we may see more sanctions levied against russia who supports the syrian government but there's been this interesting jousting in the white house between the white house and us ambassador nikki haley basically over whether or not those sanctions are actually going to occur haley had announced that they would and then the white house basically saying president trump hasn't approved them yet so it's not clear exactly what the next steps might be mark sign lee obviously we saw this horrific video from last week has russia or syria been able to provide anything even close to credible proof that that was not a legitimate video showing people suffering the effects of a chemical attack not that i've seen the only thing that they've essentially said is that that was a they've changed their message and this is the interesting part about it i was at we don't even believe that a chemical weapons attack took place that britain essentially was funding these rebels in douma to false flag attack essentially this and make it seem like there was a chemical weapons attack when there really wasn't also another important reason we have a factfinding mission behind this but russia is now saying that they have found chemical weapons stockpiles of the rebels in douma essentially what they're saying is evidenced that the rebels were behind the chemical weapons attack have not seen any credible information or evidence out of that and you know we'll have to parse out whether or not that actually is the truth here but the us brent and britain and france clearly believed that the syrian government is responsible for this attack so you kind of have this finger pointing he sheds the he said.

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OPCW experts to visit Syria's Douma on Wednesday: Russian official

The Troubleshooter

01:08 min | 2 years ago

OPCW experts to visit Syria's Douma on Wednesday: Russian official

"The sp team is also on the way to look into what happened lisa thanks us defense chief james madison joint chiefs chairman general joseph dunford give closed or briefings on capitol hill today about friday's missile strikes against the syrian regime over a suspected chemical weapons attack they briefed the house first at this hour and then the senate meantime the president is set to meet with japan's leader at his florida a state instead of the white house where fox's john decker is live japanese prime minister shinzo ave arrived at president trump's moral estate with worries about us tariffs on imported steel and aluminum as well as the president's plan meeting with north korean leader kim jong un president trump tweeted earlier that he was looking forward to working with bay on military security and trade although president trump pulled out of the transpacific partnership calling it a bad deal he's asked us officials to explore the possibility of joining the eleven country modified version of the tpp that japan is leading the tpp was intended to promote international commerce and to reign in china's economic imb in asia lisa thanks john rally continues on wall street right now the dow is up two hundred nine points fox news.

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"douma" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Thanks rachel an offense to kill more than two hundred fifty thousand people now off the streets as the justice department announces the take down of a multi state network for illegal opioids also including heroin every single federal state and local law enforcement agency involved in today's us attorney mike stewart in west virginia where the crackdown is centered dozens of suspects accused of being part of an opioid distribution ring international inspectors have reportedly reached the syrian town where a suspected chemical weapons attack prompted us let airstrikes against the regime fox's simon owen has this live lisa the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons is not confirming for security reasons whether it's team has arrived in douma but syrian state media says it has the group was denied access by russia and syria yesterday with the russian saying the inspectors didn't have the right turn it friends today joining the us in calling for the team to be given full access the foreign ministry in paris saying it's likely proof of any attack is disappearing syria denies conducting a chemical strike mesa thank simon meantime president trump meets this afternoon with japan's prime minister at his florida state there's a rally on wall street the dow's up to sixty six fox news fair and balanced this is jack from banyan he'll you like freedom i do you like money i do too if you like freedom and money then you're gonna love freedom checks you see over the next few months an estimated thirty four point six billion is.

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Syria: Chemical weapons experts await UN security team clearance to enter Douma

Armstrong and Getty

01:44 min | 2 years ago

Syria: Chemical weapons experts await UN security team clearance to enter Douma

"Years llp dot com i'm tax attorney steve moskowitz good morning to you i'm kim mcallister and for brett burkhart some of the headlines we're following this morning kremlin says russian president vladimir putin is telling german chancellor angela merkel the united states great britain and france violated international law and hurt the peace process in syria by launching airstrikes targets damascus this afternoon japan shinzo ave will head to president donald trump's private maralago club in florida visit will be an opportunity for the two leaders to discuss trump's upcoming summit with north korea it will also serve as a test whether the thouron personal relationship the two leaders have forged has chilled jerry ten weather temperatures this morning upper thirty s to low forties but today mostly sunny and cool.

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Syria: chemical weapons inspectors barred from Douma site

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Syria: chemical weapons inspectors barred from Douma site

"By the way citizen evening that he never retained coen's is services presidents and florida's maralago stay tonight after speaking about tax cuts in miami tomorrow meeting with the japanese prime minister or th korea sure to be front and center international inspectors still unable to gain access to the side of the latest suspected chemical attack in syria abc's james longman and beirut says syria and russia officials have a different idea for those inspectors syria and russia continue to block their access meant to start on saturday but instead have suggested that twenty two witnesses for that attack could come to moscow to meet with the team there instead i think there will be some skepticism about the suggestion because russia has repeated its claim that they believe the entire attacked was faked and indeed it provided their own witnesses on russian state television to say exactly that and they think it was staged by western intelligence agencies united airlines seven thirtyseven newark to west palm beach declared an emergency landing diverted to dover air force base delaware.

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"douma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And now to syria and the aftermath of the airstrikes launched by the us the united kingdom and france to punish the syrian regimes alleged use of chemical weapons as lisa desjardins reports the military strikes have renewed questions about presidential war making powers pentagon video shows the hail of missiles streaking toward syria on friday night there reported targets three chemical research and production facilities in damascus and homes satellite pictures displayed the sites hit here before the launch and then after they were levelled at an unrelated event included today president donald trump described the strike as a success they didn't shoot one you know you heard all the shot forty down then they shot fifty what did they know sir every single one headed started thinking about how one meanwhile a factfinding team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons arrived in damascus over the weekend it's on a mission to determine the chemical used in this month's attack on the suburb of douma that left dozens dead but as of today the team said syria and russia were blocking them from entering the area the opcw called an emergency meeting at the hague today and britain's ambassador to the netherlands called on the syrian government and it's russian backers to give the inspectors the access they need to make sure that the inspectors have every means that they can to carry out their job and carry out their investigation as soon as possible we see no reason why they should not be able to get the us representative to the inspectors group said there are indications that russian tease went into duma already russian foreign minister sergei lavrov told the bbc there there was no evidence of chemical weapons in dumas and denied suggestions that russia had tampered with the site there is no proof that on the seventh april chemical weapons were used in douma and frenchspeaking all the evidence which they it was based on the media reports.

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Russia accused of blocking access to alleged chemical attack site

Midday on WNYC

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Russia accused of blocking access to alleged chemical attack site

"Live from npr news in washington i'm shannon ben sent the kremlin is denying us and british nations that russia is preventing international inspectors from accessing the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in syria from moscow charles means reports kremlin spokesman dmitry peskov called charges that russia was blocking access quote groundless insisting that russia had long called for an independent investigation into the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack in douma a suburb of damascus in a separate interview russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov denied similar charges russia's military may have tampered with cite evidence in douma russian officials have instead argued international inspectors have been unable to visit the area due to western airstrikes that moscow has denounced as a violation of international law the kremlin today made that same charge in anticipation of a new round of us sanctions this time targeting russian companies washington says the syrian government's chemical weapons program for npr news i'm charles means moscow in.

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"douma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President trump was on twitter yesterday trying to undercut james commes credibility i'm noel king and i'm rachel martin the trump administration has announced a new round of sanctions against russia for supporting the syrian regime will it change bladder mir putin's calculus in syria and president trump declared mission accomplished thereafter us led strikes but is it is the us closer to developing a serious strategy and the key witness in the cosby takes the stand today it is monday april sixteenth kareem abduljabbar celebrates earth birthday today the nba legend turned seventy one years old news is next live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly former fbi director james comey says he believes president trump is morally unfit for office and that there is some evidence of obstruction of justice in the president's actions commes interview with abc news aired last night in it colmey was asked about the president's threats to fire special counsel robert muller it would i hope set off alarm bells that this is his most serious attack yet on the rule of law muller was appointed to investigate russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential race and possible collusion with the trump campaign shortly after komi was fired by the president last may president trump has called komi a leaker and a liar komi admits he asked a friend to release contents of memos he'd written documenting his discussions with the president to a reporter gomez new book goes on sale tomorrow later today the trump administration will announce new economic sanctions against russia because of moscow's ongoing support of syrian president bashar al assad that's according to the us ambassador to the un nikki haley and they will go directly to any sort of companies that were dealing with equipment related to assad and chemical weapons use that's haley speaking to cbs's face the nation she says russia needs to stop backing assad noting moscow has vetoed six u n resolutions on syria's use of chemical weapons a suspected chemical weapons attack in douma led president trump to launch us led airstrikes the family of barbara bush says the ninety two year old former first lady is in failing health at won't be seeking additional medical treatment a spokesman for the bush family would not elaborate on the specifics of her health it is.

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"douma" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Drug administration the chicago tribune reports that contamination is due to let service lines used throughout the city until congress banned the practice in one thousand nine hundred eighty six the office of chicago mayor rahm emanuel has said it's up to individual homeowners not the city to replace lead pipes bringing water to their properties in sports news the seattle seahawks have postponed a plan try out for former san francisco forty niners quarterback colin kaepernick after capper nick declined to promise not to stop kneeling during the playing of the national anthem ahead of the games next season of those he's considered one of the league's premier quarterbacks kapernick was not resigned to the forty niners after the two thousand sixteen season after he sparked a movement against racism and police brutality across the nfl and new research shows two thirds of the world's wealth will be owned by the richest one percent of people by the year twenty thirty the report which produced by the british house of commons library and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman we begin today's show in syria where syrian government forces have taken full control of the damascus suburb of eastern guten a major victory for president bush our law set the capture of eastern gutu followed a russian brokered deal that saw the last remaining rebel fighters granted safe passage to rebelheld area in northern syria human rights groups estimate some seventeen hundred civilians were killed in heavy fighting after syrian forces backed by russia launched an offensive on eastern guten february the un says food water and medicine are in short supply for those left behind this is un humanitarian adviser john glenn boyer or count still at least two thousand people in douma and they meet desperately helped we have been prevented from going there we have had very little surprise to there and now hopefully there is finally an agreement between the doctors eastern gutis fall comes as the un security council set to meet in emergency session today over the growing prospect of.

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Mike Pompeo's secretary of state confirmation hearing

Democracy Now

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Mike Pompeo's secretary of state confirmation hearing

"The dialect at through appropriate channels so this river any any dangerous individuals development comments came as the russian foreign minister survey lavrov said russia has evidence that saturday's alleged chemical attack in douma was fabricated french president emmanuel macron has said he has proof serious government carried out the attack and nbc news cited to named us officials who said blood and urine samples taken from victim and smuggled out of doing this show signs of poisoning from a nerve agent ten chlorine gas on capitol hill defense secretary james mattis said the us is still investigating this is madness being questioned by hawaii democratic congress member tulsi gabbard what would the objective of an attack on syria be and how does that serve the interests of the american people i don't want to talk about a specific attack that is not yet in the offing knowing that we either decisions this would be pre decisional again the president not made that decision we'll have more on the crisis in syria after headlines with yasser al saadi syrian canadian writer and researcher the senate convened a confirmation hearing thursday for cia director mike pompeo to replace former exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson is us secretary of state during five hours of testimony pompeo face protests from code pink demonstrators who objected to pompeo's long history of ties to a slama phobic organizations is climate change denial and his hawkish views on syria iran and north korea former us army colonel and retired state department official and right briefly disrupted the hearings.

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"douma" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Ire of syrian allies russia and iran president trump went on the air to explain the action around nine o'clock russia must decide if it will continue down this dark path or if it will join with civilized nations as a force for stability and hattie followed up this morning with a tweet saying mission accomplished pedagogy spokeswoman dana white just added this regime's attack against innocent syrians and douma syria on april seventh is horrifying and tragic and it demanded an immediate response you furniture criteria jim madison says the attack on the assad regime is over for now as long as serious stops attacking it's people with chemical weapons there's an emergency meeting of the un security council this morning and the chemical warfare watchdog group says it's factfinding mission will go ahead and syria after the airstrikes that iran supreme leader is calling a military crime wins news time nine forty three worn out from the pentagon and correspondent andy field it was a more massive strike on syria far bigger than a year ago on one target joint chiefs chairman general joseph dunford hopes his put serious military out of the chemical weapons business they will lose years of research and development data specialized equipment inexpensive chemical weapons precursors pentagon saying strikes are over for now but could restart if syria threatens more gasattack nypd is deployed terrorism units around the city out of an abundance of caution police say there are no credible threats to new york but they urged people who see suspicious activity to call nine one one or eight eight.

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"douma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just i'm glad it's taken this long we need to be smart about it douma was where this chemical attack took place and that was being painted as the last holdout of the anti assad rebels we now know as of yesterday that the syrian flag was flying over duma a signaling that it had been captured that the rebels had been defeated so does that change anything there are no more rebels or no more holdouts according to that if that's true there are no more holdouts to go against assad so it looks like a like he's oneness that's where the opposition comes from because the city of doom right there in the suburbs of damascus the capital of syria they were supposedly given forty eight hours to leave and then the syrian forces would have won so the opposition saying if they were gonna leave and we were gonna take duma why would we gas them and that's an interesting argument and we can't get anyone in their missile improve you know we're trying to the us trying to get inspectors in there denied i they're they're saying they might be there by tomorrow to check it out but there's arguments on both sides there's no one can prove anything i mean russia is not going to be honest with they're saying they don't have too many it but they've been they've been trucking chugging but transporting contractors do you know nighttime flights don't exist they have people not being honest we just need an honest assessment of what's happening and if if if bashar outside the city again in damascus he's essentially one against the rebels and that's a whole big thing how the rebel started how we aren't that i'll train them in in jordan all that stuff again this is not as simple as a headline an anti donald trump throat donald trump whichever way it is there there's a lot more than just a bunch of food.

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"douma" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Wait where is the international low so number about all of this as to the report of a chemical weapons attack in douma russian officials apparently went to tested samples taken from the area and concluded there was no chemical weapons attack russia's also said the west is saying there was chemical weapons as a pretext for war syria denies it the un believes it did happen are you getting any information you trust about what happened in douma last weekend okay a lot of ngos local ngos are working near douma now receiving those people who are from east gupta and from do they are receiving those people who are coming out some of them they want to go to collective shelters others they want to go to jerusalem to be evacuated to the northern part of syria to go to jobless area so people are standing there from these local ngos did not notice any people who are coming out with any symptoms of being attacked by chemical weapons the syrian red crescent and international red cross are there and the red crescent is a very reputable organization a non nongovernmental organization here in syria and the red crescent is one of the partners of the united nations also so that senior at crescent confirmed that there are no people who are coming out with any symptoms of being attacked by chemical weapons and have you seen the videos have you seen those words and wet helmets standing bear no masks no suits etc and they are just spraying roles who are in overwhelming video evidence of people trying very hard to breathe people not moving.

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"douma" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on WSB-AM

"District of douma near the capital of damascus at least forty people were killed while the us assesses strike president trump labeled it a mindless chemical attack blaming putin russia and iran for backing animal assad this is the first time mr trump has denounced russian president vladimir putin on twitter the white house is not ruling out a military response i wouldn't take anything off the table these are horrible photos were looking into the attack at this point just over a year ago these images of children after a suspected serum gas attack prompted president trump to order military strikes on a syrian airfield when you kill innocent children innocent babies babies little babies with a chemical gas that is so lethal that crosses many many lines beyond the red line on sunday state run media reported missiles struck central syria what they described was likely quote unamerican aggression but the pentagon says the us is not conducting airstrikes in the country at this time the russian defense ministry claims israel is responsible for those strikes saying they fired eight missiles on the syrian air base israel has not said whether they conducted those strikes and the president scheduled today include some high level meetings with his military the rashly previously scheduled you'll get a security briefing at eleven o'clock this morning a cabinet meeting takes place eleven thirty he's usually going to say something there before they close the doors and then he's having dinner with his top military brass evening check back for updates with wsb and jamie dupree throughout today on.

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"douma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We will do our best together to get through this and to use the hockey analogy will stick handle our way through this and bill cosby goes on trial again i also stories this is the bbc news with nick kelly state media in syria says a military airfield outside the city of homes has come under attack it said twelve people had died and the number of missiles have been shot down syria playing the united states the incident which came out after president trump said bouchara lhasa will pay a big price for suspected chemical attack outside damascus the pentagon has denied any responsibility andy moore has more syrian state media said the t four airbase near homes had come under sustained attack it said twelve people had been killed and thirty injured there was a claim that eight missiles had been shot down the pentagon issued a statement saying that department of defense was not conducting airstrikes in syria at this time one pro regime website in syria claimed the attack had been carried out by these rallies israel did launch a strike against this particular airbase in february saying iranian drone being launched from there so far there's been no coming from these israeli military twenty four hours after the suspected chemical weapons attack the last remaining rebel fighters in the syrian en clave of eastern gutter putting down their weapons in a deal reached by russian mediators they and their families are being bussed out of douma and the syrian government will take full control of the area the fidesz party of prime minister viktor orban has won a convincing victory in the hungarian general election addressing cheering supporters the right wing nationalist leader said his trump would ensure the security of the country mr orban took about half the votes amel whole two thirds of the seats in parliament nick thorp is in budapest victor all has defined his domestic and international critiques once again he fought the election on a single issue defending hungarian national sovereignty in speech after speech over the.

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"douma" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on KOMO

"Trees down near old mill hill road with alternating traffic in effect in that area and we also have a traction tires advised going over stevens pass as well as white pass no restrictions right now i know calling pass at this time our next report is at four thirty four i'm justin davis komo traffic lots of rain for the seattle area today though it should lighten up this afternoon highs are expected to be in the low to mid fifties but tomorrow looks to be a repeat of friday with sunny skies and highs near seventy i'm kelly liar with your forecast from the komo forecast center king outrage over syria these are your world headlines from abc news president donald trump is condemning what he calls a mindless chemical attack in syria that has killed women and children the alleged attack took place saturday in douma syria and medics are reporting dozens killed and hundreds wounded turkey's foreign minister said there was strong suspicion that the syrian regime used chemical weapons which damascus denied pope francis said there was no justification for the use of chemical substances hours after the alleged attack syrian state media said syrian rebels from duma had agreed to abandon the city after days of intense shelling german antiterror police have arrested several people ahead of sunday's half marathon in berlin the paper developed said the group were planning a knife attack at the race and that one of the suspects new kitchen attacker from the berlin christmas market attack i'm jennifer eccleston at the abc news foreign desk in london homeless people by definition have no home resource book is so valuable it gathers information on health housing and employment services and unsheltered person would otherwise need.

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"douma" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Garcia navarro good morning dozens of civilians have apparently been killed in a chemical weapons attack in syria united states says if the attack is confirmed the assad regime must be held accountable also scott pruitt has been a trump favored at the epa but his ethics questions mount can you stay in his job plus we'll look at how fox news influences the president with our david folkenflik and colombian american singer kelly cheese has had a troubled upbringing she was kicked out of her home as a teenager but now she's got a debut album being hailed by fans and critics alike it's sunday april eighth twenty hundred news next live from npr news washington on giles snyder in syria opposition activists say there has been a chemical attack in douma a rebelheld town near the capital of damascus and that more than twenty people died from suffocation or more than seventy reported wounded npr's who's sherlock reports doctors in the area say people have been hospitalized with systems because of the symptoms consistent with chemical agent is the last rebelheld town in the eastern gupta suburbs of damascus and now the syrian military and its allies are trying to take the area by force amid reports of heavy bombardment and ask strike saturday night activists in douma also claimed the town fell victim to a chemical attack they posted video on social media showing a room full of apparently lifeless men women and children many with foam at the mouth doctor said people were hospitalized struggling for breath the proopposition white helmets rescue group says it's volunteers and duma who found dozens more bodies in home but that claim has not been independently confirmed wreath sherlock and peonies beirut syrian government is denying claims of a chemical attack the state run news agency is carrying a government statement saying the claims by the rebel group and duma are fabrications in an effort to obstruct advances by the syrian military meanwhile syrian state media say the rebels have asked to restart negotiations at collapsed friday brisk turnout reported in hungary where people are voting today in the country's parliamentary election the prime minister viktor orban was among the early voters he's hoping to win his fourth term in office oregon focused his campaign on anti an anti migration policies but he now says it's a misunderstanding that his frequent criticism of brussels was directed at the whole.

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"douma" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"douma" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the chemical attack in douma we continue to closely follow disturbing reports on april seven regarding another alleged chemical weapons attack this time targeting a hospital in douma syria reports from a number of contacts and medical personnel on the ground indicate potentially high number of casualties including including among families hiding in shelters these reports have confirmed are horrifying into band immediate response by the international community the united states continues to use all efforts available to hold those who use chemical weapons in syria and otherwise accountable the regime's history of using chemical weapons against its own people is not in dispute and in fact nearly one year ago on april four two thousand seventeen toussaud's forces conducted a seren gas attack on con shy kun which killed approximately one hundred syrians the assad regime and its backers must be held accountable in any further attacks prevented immediately russia with its unwavering support for the regime ultimately bears responsibility for these brutal attacks targeting of countless civilians and the suffocation of serious most vulnerable communities with chemical weapons by shielding its allies syria russia has breached its commitments to the un as a framework guarantor it has betrayed the chemical weapon convention and un security council resolution twenty one one eight russia's protection of the assad regime and failure to stop the use of chemical weapons in syria calls into questions commitment to resolving the overall crisis into larger nonproliferation priorities than the ends like this the united states calls on russia to end his this unmitigated support immediately and work with the international community to prevent further barbaric chemical weapons attacks so here's how this is gonna play out the united states launched whatever it was ninety two missiles for the same act last year a we can't do less than that because doing less than that is like doing nothing so the way this works is within about seventy two hours the united states has to respond in either in a larger way or would you forget monique forgot something here come in what did you did you forget some oh no need someone someone call monique cell phone and so the united states can't do the same as last year because the the i mean literally if we shoot ninety two missiles tonight all we're doing is saying okay well here's the cost here's what happens and shoot ninety three that's the shooting one more right and so that's the position that the united states is in an unlike last year last year what.

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