17 Burst results for "Dutch Coast"

"dutch coast" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

04:26 min | 3 weeks ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"There is a simple memorial at the end this the names of those forty eight paratroopers were killed trying to get across. They were young men. Eighteen nineteen twenty years old on august. Twenty second issue. There was the two thousand and five hundred sunset much or walk as they cross. The pairs of light slowly came on pair after pair. Thank you the other story. I happened to come across as a newspaper. Clipping out of the manhattan mercury in may forty nine hundred. Eighty eight startled spring days. Remind him of another. May it's written by james. I who was assigned to the fifty second heavy bomber group. He flew the war to drop food. Over vest and part of the netherlands amsterdam you drag rotterdam pirates of the country which were still occupied and people were starving. There was no food in the cities. I remember looking up at the tiny planes is wrong. Vapor trails formation after formation to sun shining on the a truce was arranged and there was an order to modify the heavy bombers so they could carry tons of food to be dropped from three hundred feet on a bomb scott strip. It would be a free fall drop. What strikes me of this recollection is the honesty of the expressed fears by the crews to come in so low so many planes without any vague or form to be able to defend themselves. It's no one that that pilots and crews ver- anxious the flying fortress b seventeen to golf and settled in position in the formation. They headed east across the north sea coming from england thus to be radio silence approaching the dutch coast. Diverse show that they could see the roles of biped via strung out along the beaches. They could see german soldiers patrolling. They started to relax as they flew over the german. Anti aircraft guns but no shots were fired. Certainly they could laugh. Estee flew long. They passed over fields of chile blooms all blooming as they limited long and they're approaching drop zone day saw bed. Dutch grows had yanked flowers off the jubes in a huge field. And it's plainly spelled as read from the air but not seen from the ground. Thanks yanks the planes roared on and dropped their cargo thousands of c. rations. The cheese of the people on the ground could be heard as two planes thundered low over the city of amsterdam day saw german soldiers on foot some on tanks and other vehicles people student roofs waving the plane stern northward across the south sea now reclaimed and made into farmland then back across the north sea to the base in eastern anglia england. Another mission completed the water mission. Soon the war will be over but more people had to die then. Germany surrendered and people slowly picked up the pieces. Then i came to kansas in april. Seventy four i met people who had flown. Does food bishops. I thanked them guy. Vander hoven of kansas state university. Thanks for listening in eric. Atkinson for agriculture bay over the state radio narrow..

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"dutch coast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Why is it absurd? Woman on tape things like rob banks, and then 25 will see that got robbed a bank and you say no, I don't believe he would rob the bank. It's ridiculous. It's totally ridiculous. And then you defend. Oh, he don't want to panic. People didn't want to panic. Anyone. You want to be scared. His whole campaign. If you vote for Joe Biden, we're not to have a country anymore. The suburbs going to overrun by rioters, they're going to get killed. Going to dangerous. It's ridiculous to think you would be saying that if what's been going on as a result of a lot of these protests wasn't taking place with the looting and the rioting and the vandalism. And just just the random violence on people. Who do you think like for like, For example, what happened two days ago in Wisconsin, where there was a man? It was surrounded by black lives matter. Protestors outside of Milwaukee outside of his home, he's inside his home. There's like 10, people outside their their flashing lights. Adam there there yelling out in his name is Pete. He gets a gun. He gets a gun. He loads it. He gets arrested for loading a gun inside his own home. He gets removed by the police and the black lives matter. Protestors are heckling him. All right. Looks like that's not respond. That is the that is a nightmare day for someone who lives in the suburbs had David so, So your whole thing is like, Oh, it's anecdotal when when we point out the things I know that there is there, someone there Several situations like that. Let him finish. Please. It's anecdotal. That's anecdotal. When I'm on every over that anecdotal, there's not much racism is very rare. Limited anecdotal It is and you know, and then you put in some situation like that. I mean, I live in the suburbs in Las Vegas. I mean, are there any rioters? Looters going to the suburbs terrorizing people now, But if you have one video you bring in one, But oh, there was a guy and there was 10 people outside. Come on. It's ridiculous scene literally for 100 videos online of situations like this so I can get 400 years. Look, look. What happened to the McCloskey is the exact same David Like, Except they were actually outside of their house. That was there was blood was actually worse than that. Alright, David. I'm sorry. Go ahead. Yeah. So I mean, you're 400 video. I mean, you sit there and watch videos overnight. Like what was happening. What was happening? Completely Anecdotal. I can't former videos of Trump supporters spewing racist things spewing idiotic thing. I highly doubt that I highly highly doubt that you do that. I could do that. I don't think you could do that. I could have you ever seen the videos of the trumps the beat the reporters outside, Trump rallies talking people going? Why do you support Trump? Why do you think Always doing a great job. He kept all his promises. You can't promise that absurd. It's like I was an absurd. You think, Donald promise? I don't have time to watch TV? I'm not going to play golf when I'm president. Too busy working. We're going healthcare. It's gonna be great. Everybody recovers. Be cheaper and better. It can be better. I'm gonna build a wall of Mexico's going to pay for it Done done done. I'm in a rage he built the wall. The wall has, I think, 400 miles built and Mexican him, but he made a conscious effort. He made a committed conscious effort for Mexico to pay for it. How about the debt and the trade bill is going to be part of how Mexico will pay for how about the depth that we're in right now. What about the death that we're in right now? Brian, He said Look, Go ahead, David. You could respond. I mean, he said he was going to take care of the dead. You will take care of her quickly. And before you say won't be Kobe before Kobe, will that anybody in history? What about that? Is that? Is that wrong? I mean, he kept all his promises, right? He kept all his promises. That was the number one criticism. Barack Obama by right wing media was debt pending correct. What's what he done about that? It's trump done about that, and he improved that are made it worse. And you made the situation better or made it work again. We'll see what happens in the second term. About one answer and made it better was well, see what happened about that? Has he made it better or worse? Honest, I don't know what town about the debt. You don't know. I don't. I don't know. It's not about the dad. I really don't like politics You might want to know about okay, So let me explain what David is trying to say. I'm sorry, man. I don't know the exact okay. Statistics as faras, the Dutch coast. What? The differential. You know the answer to that. But this is an actual question. So David water? Sure. So for eight years Republicans what David is not going. I'm saying the debt tryingto and watch Donald Trump. He's don't interrupt started in office and where it's at right now. Please don't intrude Where that money went to him. Pretty pretty sure. George if it went to the military, So Dana Strengthening. JD says he doesn't know. And that's where the majority of the tax cut for people making the most. Exactly Okay, so so since Lady won't let me answer the question, why don't you answer it for him, David? Because I do know the answer, and I know what you're going to say, but go. Go ahead, David. He exploded a debt through the roof before pre Cove it prick over massive spending, no spending cuts..

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"dutch coast" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on KTOK

"Warrants further your current discussion unlike global warming which has not threatened anybody's life at this time how come the people in the Democratic Party who seems to be the champion of the people isn't front and center on this issue and like to hear your opinion yeah that's actually yeah that's actually very interesting the the the the reason why they care more about global warming of the coronavirus is the coronavirus is gonna kill a soul in the next couple weeks whereas global warming isn't going to kill anybody maybe for two hundred years I made the the this talk about even if you believe everything they say about sea levels in the Maldives them that the Maldives and get me on the water and until the eight twenty three hundred or whatever then as that population is almost entirely Sunni Muslim they can move them all to the south of France and they'll fit right in in the greater mas se area no one will will notice it but that's actually how that's actually Bloomberg Bloomberg is running as a technocrat who solves problems he he actually he actually doesn't solve problems he souls problems that will occur at at midway through this millennium that's why he's obsessed with climate change I'm afraid so he couldn't for example I he's concerned about sea levels in the Maldives he can actually keep water out of the New York City Subway jeering swat will select one superstorm sandy because he actually embodies the dysfunction of big government big government com do anything big if you want to keep water out and apparently he's not bothered about any things New York because if you if you haven't have superstorm sandy and it means you go to swim for the town style that moment that's just tough you just have to adjust to it in in fact well most places I had this I actually testified to this in Congress before that guy what was the name of the the senator in in Florida bill who go out to he got defeated the last time around and managed to lose to the Republicans are anyway was I eat like have this fixed smile on his face like cab well the way it is if he does been had had a facelift the to tighten them up a bit too much but anyway that guy he's going on to me about water in in the streets of Miami beach and I sent him build a flood area the Dutch coast that's low lying it's got a flood barrier the river Thames such going to flood buyer Barry ascent Petersburg in Russia has a flood Baria but if you actually want to try and build a flood Baria they couldn't do it they'd be like years and years and years of in car is and all the rest of it and then when you built it wouldn't log on to put some story here that in Virginia on the subway thank god I should put in by cracks they take five years supported by cracks thank you the big government the comic she do anything big is completely important government only can do big is bureaucracy and regulation so if you don't water in the in the in the subway all at Simpson's anyone old one a bill to fund he can do that many Bloomberg couldn't do that again they begin to regulate the soldier Audi Amberg Abadi comic C. regulate the water out of the New York City Subway the coronavirus just to come back to where we started I sold somebody today saying there's gonna be some content of fifty people died in China yesterday of this thing it's in about fifteen but I think it's in twenty six countries getting up to name a fifteen percent of the number of countries on us I which is pretty good because apparently before they quarantine grew hand us some five million people got out of the city and got on planes and went all over the world and so at some at some point then then I'll having it spreads not just by people who've been in China but by people who were infected because they met someone who was in China and we've got a situation where we're supposed to believe not just the Chinese government but the World Health Organization the World Health Organization when it was sars fifteen years ago well also only enough the World Health Organization is also has high ranking people from the world's failed states and dictatorships and all the rest of it on the boards of the World Health Organization and then terribly reliable too so we've got a situation we've got a situation here where we may be you know we get all excited about Amy clover Shara had that she's up a couple of points now because she had a good night in New Hampshire and it may be that in this great scheme of the great pageant of human history Amy Kobe shod doesn't really matter and every instead to anti civilizations gonna collapse because I'm just putting that out there we may leave that till a question on open line Friday the entire collapse of global civilization just a small.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"Preface from October Twenty Fifth Breath Nineteen Eleven to May Twenty Eighth Nineteen fifteen. I was in the words of the Royal Letters. Patent and orders in council responsible to crown and parliament for all the business of the admiralty. This period comprised is the final stage in the preparation against a war with Germany the mobilisation and concentration of the fleet before the outbreak the Organization of the blockade the gathering in nineteen fourteen of the imperial forces from all over the world the clearance from the oceans of all the German cruisers and commerce destroyers and the reinforcement of the fleet by new construction in nineteen fourteen and Nineteen fifteen the frustration I and defeat of the first term in submarine attack upon merchant shipping in Nineteen fifteen and the initiation of the enterprise against the Dardanelles. It was marked before the war by a complete revision of British naval or plans plans by the building of a fast division of battleships armed with fifteen inch guns and driven by oil fuel by the proposals rejected by Germany for a naval holiday and and by the largest supplies tell then ever voted by parliament for the British fleet. It was distinguished during the war. The victories of the Hella Gland bite of the Falkland Islands and the Dagger Bank and for the attempt temped to suck are Antwerp. It was memorable for the disaster to the three cruisers off the Dutch coast. The loss of Admiral craddock's squadron at Coronel and the failure of the navy to force the Dardanelles. Many accounts of these matters have been published both here and abroad. Most of the principal actors have unfolded their story. Oh Lord Fisher Lord Jellicoe Lord French. Lord Kitchener's biographer Lord Hague's staff staff and many others of less importance half with the utmost fullness and freedom given their account these and and other wartime events and of the controversies arising out of them. The German accounts are numerous and authoritative have admirals interprets and sheer have told their tails. Sir Julian Corbett the official show historian has in a thousand pages recorded the conduct of the naval war during the whole of my administration. Shen eight years have passed since I quitted the Admiralty. In all these circumstances I feel feel it both my right and my duty to set forth the manner in which I endeavour to discharge my share in these hazardous responsibilities. Sabella these in doing so. I have adhered to certain strict rules. I have made no importance Gordon. Statement of fact relating to naval operations or Admiralty Business on which I do not possess unimpeachable documentary proof. I have made or implied. No criticism of any decision or action taken or neglected wanted by others unless I can prove that I had expressed the same opinion in writing before the event many of the accounts which I have mentioned above enjoy the great advantage of having been written some considerable time after the events with which they deal when the results of schemes and operations set on foot in the early days of the war could be clearly seen gene and when the ideas and impressions of nineteen fourteen and Nineteen fifteen could be reviewed in the broad awed and certain experience and science of nineteen eighteen and after there are no doubt obvious. Conveniences conveniences in this way up. Treating the subject actors in these great situations are able to dwell with certainty upon on those of their opinions and directions which have effectively been vindicated by the subsequent course of the war and they are or not on the other hand obliged to disturb the public mind by dwelling on any errors of neglect or commission into which they may possibly have been betrayed. I have followed a different method. In every case where the interests of the state allow I have printed the actual memoranda directions minutes telegrams or letters letters written by me at the time irrespective of whether these documents have been vindicated or falsified by by the march of history and of time the only excisions are relevant matter from the documents have been made to avoid. We need leslie hurting the feelings of individuals or the pride of friendly nations for such reasons he's here and their sentences have been softened or suppressed but the whole story is recorded as it happened by the actual councils offered and orders given in the fierce turmoil of each day. The principal minutes by which admiralty business was conducted embody in every case decisions for which as the highest executive authority in the department I was directly responsible and are in all cases expressed in my own words. I am equally accountable together with the I see Lord at the time for the principal telegrams which moved fleets squadrons and individual ships. All of which unless the contrary appears there my initials as their final sanction the number of minutes and telegrams published in these volumes is. Of course I only a fraction of the hall restricted space and the fear of wearying. The reader have excluded much uh but lest it should be thought that there have been any material suppressions or that what is published does not truly represent what occurred or the way things were done I affirm my own willingness to see every document of Admiralty Administration Astray Shen for which I am responsible made public provided it is presented in its fair context sometimes a dozen or even a score of important decisions had to be taken in a single day complicated directions directions and recommendations were given in writing as fast as they could be dictated and acted upon without recall thereafter rafter. Nothing of any consequence was done by me by word of mouth. A complete record therefore exist. It's both executive and administrative action. If in the great number of decisions and orders which these pages this recount and which deal with so many violent and controversial affairs mistakes can be found which led to mishap. The fault is mine. If on the other hand favorable results were achieved that it should be counted to some extent as an offset where the decision lay outside my powers and was taken contrary. Take my advice. I rest on the written record of my warning. Should it be objected that in any of these matters many of them so highly technical a lance men and laymen could form no valuable opinion. I point to the the documents themselves. They can be judged as they stand but must on the other hand. It should be thought that I am seeking seeking to claim credit which is not mine. It must be remembered that throughout this period I enjoyed the assistance. Moyal loyal spontaneous and unstinted off the best brains of the Royal Navy that every treasurer and every branch inch of the Admiralty and the fleet was lavished upon my instruction and that I had only to apply my own reason instinct to the arguments of those who I believe stood in the foremost rank of the naval experts of the world taking a general view in after years of the transactions. Up this terrific back. I commend with some confidence. The the story as a whole to the judgment of my countrymen. It has long been the fashion to disparage the policy and actions of the ministers ministers who bore the burden of power in the fateful years before the war and who faced the extraordinary perils of its Outright and opening phases.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Back to America tonight sitting in our virtual green room is Tony Arnold CEO of set point. I want to ask you question. Did you ever think about this? Do you believe that as zap of electricity? Could relieve arthritis pain that agony that so many people face and listen of all ages recently, I was talking to a PGA tour pro who has arthritis? Can you imagine how many times you have to swing the club? And this is a pretty successful guy. What is he doing any searching for the answer? So Tony perfect time to have you on because it does affect is not necessarily someone who's super super older, it affects a lot of people doesn't it. Room to start sometimes as early as eighteen to twenty years old and impacts people. It all ages of light. When I said the thing about electrically explained to me what set point is involved with. Sure set point is a working to further Docker, Kevin crises discovery. There's an inflammatory reflex inflammatory reflex is basically the concept that electrical pulses come from the brain to modulator, coal inflammation in the body. The body the brain centers. Aspirant or out of control inflammatory responses in the body by the vagus nerve. And then ascends regulatory signals down through that same nerve to control or quiet, and inflammation. So what Dr? Tracy discovered was it in patients that had excessive inflammation that there signaling mechanism was defective or wasn't effective at regulating inflammation. So he discovered did not putting up a pulse. Of electricity in the Vegas nerve that you could restore that functional. Restore the thermostatic controls inflammation in the body and wing people with diseases like room tourists is back in much more normal control in their signs and symptoms again with these electrical pulses. To the point. We're developing the device that actually delivers that therapy helps treat disease patients a little tiny implantable device that goes in Vegas nerve in the neck. To deliver those pulses. Wow. And I know this is set point medical is as you say had you're developing that implanted device there have also been with the Vegas nerve. And with Dr Kevin Tracy, obviously, there's the you've been observing some patients or he's done some trials. And what if they found as far as that's concerned? Yeah. So we've we've done a trial and patients rheumatoid arthritis. It was done across four or five centers in Europe. Really using her named Dr Paul Peter tack and Docker tack greed to me the primary investigator where we implanted a device up to seventeen patients about half. The patients had never been on one of these biologic garage, very expensive drugs and the other habits failed multiple biologic drug. So kind of both in. Becker of all the patients had veer rheumatoid arthritis and work to some degree debilitated like they couldn't assured or couldn't use or they didn't have a normal lifestyle. Way were many of them in their thirties forties. Fifties. What the proposition wise? We would implant these patients with the device I in kind trial, and it never been done before and their disease went as well as all biomarkers, they give an indication of disease. So you not only at how their joint and. Name levels go, but you also measure these specific markers and the blind. That are indicates objectively for disease is trending so seventeen patients were implanted seventeen patients. Well, over half of the patients. Let's see about eleven of the patient and very substantial responses of more at modest responses in a couple got no response at all. To the therapy. But again, a number had just remarkable responses were able not only a more comfortable life, but a number. I went back within weeks and doing things I hadn't gone in years. I'd been on eight different garage. None of them were. I was in a really desperate situation and within three or four track and ride my bike to the Dutch coast. Dr. Ten tools, and myself and dot the stories that came back for amazing and really Abby patient. We're speaking with Tony Arnold CEO of set point medical, Kate Delaney America tonight, the you know, what's interesting about this listening to you. And I know that obviously we talk about inflammation inflammatory diseases. And there are so many I hear from people who have Crohn's disease Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, there's a chance obviously with these trials and the results that you just discuss that this could be something that may be also used in thinking about those other diseases, right? That's absolutely right there. There have already been there's another trial with a researcher in France saw our our trial. And he went to largely duplicate that Kreil and Crohn's disease, which is very ugly debilitating diseases of the digestive system, and he went and applied it there. And I had good success there. We're also conducting fry on that area and early results are positive as you've mentioned a number of other diseases that did a really ugly chronic disease today, primarily inflammatory diseases Alzheimer's is one and EMS and many others that are primarily inflammatory. And we believe this therapy might be workable for a number of those because he is in a naval people to have. We save for therapy than available therapies today at a lower cost for the healthcare system. Yeah. Which wouldn't that be wonderful to see that you have to be somebody who's in this business? And of course, you're in the business to do. Well, but you have to be excited about what a game changer. This is. Yeah. I've been in this industry. A long time. I've been fortunate enough to develop a bunch of different therapies and Ruth surgery. Near knows this is the most exciting. I've been involved in it. It's the first therapy. I've ever been involved in a developer abuse type beer piece. You get really excited because it helps the patient. Doc or another tool to use every Docker may not use it in every case. But it gives them another option for patients his or her patients, and it it costs the provider our healthcare system, far less money, usually get any two of those. But you can't have all three together. So we've got a chance here to do something. That's came changing per patients that some unlike anything that's been done before. And it could actually help rob healthcare costs lower. So you just don't see that off. And the reason you see these this paper published recently in the peon AS kademi, scientists and reason that such an exciting thing, and it recedes such a high impact obligation is again, this has never been done before this whole discovery that you can control what goes on out in of the body. And the joint stimulating a nerve in the neck was really a crazy thing Dr free he discovered and that people are. Very skeptical. Now, it's been well established that at work, and we're just at the tip of the iceberg understanding all things we can do with these type therapy. So we are the first one and we're doing a nominal thing. But just wait in the next five and eighteen years, we're gonna see this as a new area of medicine and a new way to treat patients hopefully brings a lot of advantages. Oh, yeah. And especially when we started off we talked about rheumatoid arthritis, and how awful that can be for people that simple activities tying the shoe and just getting dressed buttoning your shirt or walking dog just down the street and around the block simplest things. It's not even these ferocious weekend warriors. We're talking about the everyday people that are really suffering with this. Like, I mentioned Tony I've seen so many people and they're in great health. But this is what they're dealing with. And they are so frustrated because there isn't any great treatment for them. So again, the fact that you're on the precipice of changing lives that has to be incredibly rewarding. It absolutely is. And like you said it people tend to think of rheumatoid arthritis as strikes people in late in life. It's just not crew it affects so many people early in life. And it's not just that you get these pain. His. Offering the inability to use your joints. And you see the people hands become disfigured. Also has co morbidity begins to give in the joint little slowly begin to erode the joints and the bond to have very Daniel effects on cardiac system. So almost certainly somebody that has significant RA later in life is a disease progresses. They're gonna have many more complications with heart disease and other diseases. If we believe if you stop the progress of the disease early therapy like this. You'll also eliminate or reduce any of those complications later in life. So it's not used to being you do here today to make them feel better at something that changes, the course. You know, their whole life when it worked. Well, it's really exciting. And as you mentioned the golfer. The thing that they're the thing. That's available to these patients today is a really potent for some people affective biologic therapy that has to be infused reinjected weekly those therapies are very very expensive. And when patients go on they tend not to last a long time. So if you go on it today within a few years after patients will no longer respond to that therapy. And they're looking for something else for that patient could be on each one of those that they try. As its own unique pinch, really devastating side effects. So it's.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Sitting in our virtual green room is Tony Arnold CEO of set point. I want to ask you question. Did you ever think about this? Do you believe that as zap of electricity? Could relieve arthritis pain that agony that so many people face and listen of all ages recently, I was talking to a PGA tour pro who has arthritis? Can you imagine how many times you have to swing the club? And this is a pretty successful guy. What is he doing? And he searching for the answer. So Tony perfect time to have you on because it does affect is not necessarily someone who's super super older, it affects a lot of people doesn't it. Okay. Room start sometimes as early as eighteen to twenty years old and impacts people. It all ages of light. But when I said the thing about trysofi explain to me what set point is involved with. Sure set point is a working to further Dr Kevin Spacey's discovery that there's an inflammatory reflex. The inflammatory reflex is basically the concept that electrical pulses come from the brain modulator, control inflammation in the body. The body the brain senses. Rent or out of control and slamming, Tori responses in the body by the Vegas nerve. And then since regulatory signals down through that same nerve to control or quiet, and inflammation. So what Dr discovered was it in patients that had excessive inflammation that there signaling mechanism was defective or wasn't effective at regulating inflammation. So he discovered did not putting up a bowl of electricity in the Vegas nerve that you could restore that function or restore the thermostatic controls inflammation in the body and blink people with diseases like room tourists rightous back into a much more normal enroll in relieve their signs and symptoms again with these electrical pulses. Yeah. We're developing the device that actually delivers that therapy and helps treat for the patients a little tiny implantable device. It goes in Vegas nerve in the neck. I'm to deliver those pulses. Wow. And I know this is set point medical is as you say had you're developing that implanted device there have also been with the Vegas nerve. And with Dr Kevin Tracy, obviously, there's the been observing some patients or he's done some trials. And what if they found as far as that's concerned? Yeah. So we've we've done a trial and patients rheumatoid arthritis. It was done across four or five centers in Europe with a really use investigator named Dr Paul Peter tack, and Dr tax greed to meet the primary investigator where we implanted a device up to seventeen patients about half. The patients had never been on one of these biologic Virago, very expensive potent drugs and the other habits sailed biologic drug so kind of both ears. Becker of all the patients had severe rheumatoid arthritis and more coup some degree debilitated, they couldn't button insured or couldn't use a four. They just didn't have a normal lifestyle. A were many of them in their thirties forties. Fifties. What the proposition wise? We would implant these patients with the device I in kind trial, and it never been done before and their disease went as well as all biomarkers, they give an indication of disease. So you look not only at how their joints and. Levels go, but you also measure these specific markers and the blind that are indication objectively forever diseases. Trending so seventeen. Patients were implanted obvious seventeen patients, you know, well over half of the patients. Let's see about eleven of the patient, and very substantial response is a few more modest response isn't a couple got no response at all. In the therapy. But again, a number had remarkable responses were able to resume not only more comfortable life. But a number set I went back within weeks and doing things I hadn't gone years. I'd been on eight different drugs. And none of them were. I was in a really desperate situation and within three or four weeks. I could ride my bike to the Dutch coast. Dr. Ten schools and breast myself and dot the stories that came back for amazing and really happy patients that we're speaking with Tony Arnold CEO of set point medical, Kate Delaney America tonight, the you know, what's interesting about this listening to you. And and I know that obviously we talk about inflammation inflammatory diseases. And there are so many I hear from people who have Crohn's disease Parkinson's. We know Alzheimer's, there's a chance obviously with these trials in the results that you just discuss that this could be something that may be also used in thinking about those other diseases, right? That's absolutely, right. In case. They're they're already been there's another trial with a researcher in France saw our our a trial, and he went to largely duplicate that Kreil and Crohn's disease, which is a very ugly debilitating disease of the system, and he went and applied it there. And I had good success there. We're also conducting fry on that area and early results are positive, and you've mentioned a number of other diseases that did a really ugly, chronic disease. It today. Primarily inflammatory diseases Alzheimer's one and many others that are primarily inflammatory. And we believe this therapy might be a workable for a number of those because he is in a naval people to have. We save for therapy than available drug therapies today at a lower cost for the healthcare system. Yeah. Which wouldn't that be wonderful to see that you have to be as somebody who's in this business? And of course, you're in the business to do. Well, but you have to be excited about what a game changer. This is. Yeah. I've been in this industry. A long time. I've been fortunate enough to develop a bunch of different therapies and Ruth surgery. Near knows this is the most exciting one I've been involved in it. It's the first therapy. I've ever been involved in it. Is a developer of type therapy. If you get really excited because it helps to Beijing. It gives us a Docker another tool to use every Docker may not use it in every case. But it gives him another option for patients his or her patients, and it it cost the provider our healthcare system, far less money. You get any two of those. But you can't have all three together. So we've got a chance here to do something. That's came changing for patients. That's unlike anything that's been done before. And it could actually help health healthcare costs substantially lower. So you just don't see that off. And then the reason you see these this is a paper published recently in the peon AS kademi of scientists. And the reason that such an exciting thing and it received such a high impact of location is again, this has never been done before this whole discovery that you can control what goes on out in the periphery of the body and that joint. Activating nerve in the neck was really a crazy thing Dr free he discovered and people were very skeptical. Now, it's been well established bad at work. And we're just at the tip of the iceberg understanding all things we can do with these type therapy. So we are the first one and we're doing phenomenal thing. But just wait in the next five and fifteen years, we're going to see this new area of medicine a new way to treat patients that hopefully brings a lot of advantages. Oh, yeah. And especially when we started off we talked about rheumatoid arthritis, and how awful that can be for people that simple activities tying the shoe and just getting dressed buttoning your shirt or walking a dog just down the street and around the block just the simplest things. It's not even these ferocious weekend warriors. We're talking about, you know, everyday people that are really suffering with this. Like, I mentioned Tony I've seen so many people and they're in great health. But this is what they're dealing with. And they are so frustrated because there isn't any great treatment for them. So again, the fact that you're on the precipice of changing lives that has to be incredibly rewarding. It absolutely is. And like you said, it's people tend to think of rheumatoid arthritis is strikes people in late in life. It's just not crew affects so many people early in life, and it's not just that you get these pain and suffering the inability to use your joints. And you see the people were hands become disfigured. Also has co morbidity begins to get in the joint little slowly begin to erode the joint and the bond. Tends to have very substantial effects on cardiac system. So almost certainly somebody that has significant RA later in life is a disease progresses. We're going to have many more complications with heart disease and other diseases. We believe if you stop the progress of the disease early therapy like this. You'll also eliminate or reduce any of those complications later in life. So it's not used to being you do here today to make them feel better at something that changes, the course of their whole life when it works. Well, it's really exciting. And as you mentioned the golfer the thing that they're the thing that's available to these patients today is a really potent for some people affective biologic therapy that has to be infused or injected weekly those therapies are very very expensive. And when patients go on they tend not to last a long time. So if people wanted today within a few years after patients will no longer respond to that. European. They're searching for something else for that patient could be on each one of those that they try as its own unique and potentially devastating side effects. So it's.

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"And what happens next will they try and bring up the plane. Well, the accident Investigation Branch, which is a sort of body that oversees air accidents has said not no they said they tried to bring the plane up. It's sitting about sixty five meters below the surface on the seabed. They said the weather this week made that too difficult, and they said, no, they have suspended code of their operation. And as I say, the body of the pilot Davidson has not been found John Donaldson, the investigative website Belen cut claims that a third Russian man linked to the March twenty eight hundred number truck poisonings in Salisbury. Maybe linked to another attack claims Sergei delta could also have been in Bulgaria the time of a poisoning. There are security correspondent, Gordon Carreira reports the man who used the name Sergei Fedotov was a dentist fide in reports. Last years having come to Britain at the same time is the two suspects alleged to have been involved in the Soulsby poisoning the investigative site. Belen cat now. Says it believes Fedotov was a false name used by Russian military intelligence officer as with the other two Belen cat says he traveled to Bulgaria in April two thousand fifteen in that case as with his travel after the salt pre poisoning in March last year, he failed to take a flight. He was booked Tom and Jerry the Bulgarian visit. It's claim that the businessman a get breath involved in the defense industry was hospitalized with symptoms of poisoning. He likes Sergei script out survived Moscow has consistently denied any involvement in the poisonings in Seoul spree. The metropolitan police say they're continuing to pursue a number of lines of inquiry, including identifying any other suspects who may have been involved in carrying out or planning the attack. Gordon, chimera the American filmmaker. Woody Allen has launched legal action against Amazon studios accusing it of breaching their contract, refusing to distribute his latest film, the film director is seeking almost seventy million dollars in damages. According to a lawsuit filed on. Thursday, New York. Woody Allen claims Amazon backed out of the deal because of an old accusation that he molested his adopted daughter or correspondent Peter Bowes told me more about the allegations. They go back to one thousand nine hundred ninety two the allegation was from Dylan Farrow Faro's daughter that in August of that year. She was taken into a small attic in her mother's country house in Connecticut by Woody Allen and sexually assaulted Mr. Allen has always vehemently denied the allegations. He's never been charged child welfare officials investigated the claim when it was first made they concluded that no molestation had ever taken place to the thorough has repeated her alligators as recently as last year and Woody Allen again persists with his strong denial. So these are well known historic allegations. Then what prompted Amazon to drop Woody Allen last year. Well, Dylan Farrow's claims started to attract new attention really in two thousand seventeen when the metoo movement. Emerged. There was considerable attention on Amazon studios harassment claims were made against it's studio. Head ROY price who resigned from his job. He denied the claims against him in his lawsuit. Woody Allen says the studio executives had expressed concern about negative, publicity and reputational harm that it faced because of those harassment claims and its ties to Harvey Weinstein who also accused of sexual harass harassment. We should say he denies allegations of nonconsensual sex all this was happening. Woody Allen said he agreed to delay. The release of a rainy day in New York only to have Amerson studios canceled their contract with them all together. And according to the lawsuit. He was told by Amazon that renewed allegations against him, and the increasing refusal of top talent to work or be associated with him supported the decision of the studio to back out. Peter Bowes in Los Angeles. A team of British and German scientists have debunked. Well, no myth about mixing drinks setting out to challenge. Whether the age old saying beer before wine. You'll feel fine is true. The researchers gathered a large sample of willing participants are health correspondent, Catherine burns reports. According to the adage, you're less likely to get a hangover if you drink beer before wine rather than the other way round so to test it researches talk, white wine. Laga and nine hundred volunteers. One grape drank two and a half pints and followed them up with four large glasses of wine and other did the same in the opposite. Order and the final group didn't mix their drinks several vomited the next morning, they were given a score on a so-called acute hangover scale ways takes into account symptoms, including dizziness headache increased heart rate, and I a week later. They were asked to do it all again, but in the opposite order the conclusion published in the American journal of clinical nutrition was if you drink that much the order doesn't matter a hangover is inevitable. Indeed, Catherine burns a reminder now of our main news in Thailand, king's old elder sister is to run against the former crew leader for the post of prime minister in next month's elections, Amazon's chief executive Jeff Bezos has accused the owner of the US National Enquirer. David pecker of trying to blackmail him over an affair and body. Brought ashore for playing crushing the Indus channel has been identified as the missing Argentine footballer and really on asylum. You're listening to the newsroom here on the BBC World Service. The diplomatic world appears deeply divided about how best to remove the embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas doodo, some countries want regime change of a dialogue leading to free and fair elections. But everyone understands the political infighting could descend into violence diplomats from European Latin American countries met in Uruguay on Thursday to discuss the deepening crisis and the European Union foreign policy chief for the gut Mogadishu spelt out the us position deputy competitive their shared concern over the situation in Venezuela is what has brought us together here today. We might have different points of view or readings on what caused the crisis, but we share the same objective contribute to a political peaceful and democratic solution solo Mahara, this is not only the most desirable results. But is the only possible result? If we want to avoid more suffering and to chaotic and Dana. Juris process. I asked ourselves America correspondent Katie Watson to highlight the diplomatic options. If you take Donald Trump, he says all options remain on the table. So you've got observers on one end military action as threats on the other. And then of course, you've also got the idea of you having having discussions having negotiations allowing aid in not allowing Aiden. Of course, most importantly is who the country's recognize as the president. So nobody is is United in their approach to house a deal with ending this crisis in Venezuela. And what about this international contact group? That includes the European Union Uruguay and other Latin American countries what have they proposed? They. But at a statement after having a having a meeting in Montevideo saying that they wanted to forge a common international approach. They wanted peaceful resolution on one that is owned by Venezuelans. And they specifically said that it would exclude the use of force nevertheless in this meeting. They did talk about having you free transparent credible presidential elections. They said that they were they wanted to proceed with two aims, really. So establishing those guarantees for credible. Electoral actual process, and enabling the delivery of aid. And on the issue of humanitarian aid. There's this convoy of aid stuck there on the border between Colombia and Venezuela aid that was organized mainly by the opposition in conjunction with the US is the aid itself becoming a weapon in the political standoff. We look at what's happening on the bridge in Google, which is the Colombian border with Venezuela. You got these three shipping containers across this bridge absolutely blocking any aid from coming in. And of course, nNcholas modo has always said that it's a blockade that stopped Venezuela from progressing. So it's a pretty visual symbol, perhaps not the best PR for him. But it's still an incredibly powerful sign of the standoff between one Guido he's trying to push this through and of course, Nicolas Madura. And at the moment the aid hasn't gone through that it's just showing how powerful the opposition has become in its in its insistence. Try get this through. Because of course, it's a country that desperately needs medicine foods, not sorta thing because of the dinosaurs Minnesota or South America correspondent, Katie Watson. Rosemary has some other stories from our news desk, a long term health care facility in the US has announced it will shut down after a severely. Sables patient was raped the crime only came to light after she gave birth officials from hacienda healthcare in Phoenix, Arizona said its board of directors had decided it was simply not sustainable to continue and nurse that the facility eat Nathan Sutherland was arrested in January after investigators linked him to the case through DNA evidence a black. Dress worn by Marilyn Monroe when announcing her divorce from New York Yankees. Joe DiMaggio is going up for auction in the US the black wool. Dress is expected to fetch up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. When bids opening Beverly Hills next month Monroe and DiMaggio split after nine months of marriage in twenty fourteen. Love letter DiMaggio. Wrote for Marilyn Monroe was sold at auction finale eighty thousand dollars and scientists in the USA of the devised another way to administer injections using a pill. The method involves swallowing a blueberry sized pill, which releases a needle made of compacted insulin as the stomach dissolves a trigger mechanism. Made of sugar the remaining capsule pants then pass through that. I just have system in experiments using pigs the device worked one hundred percent of the time. Thanks, rosemary. It's a mystery that scientists from around the world are trying to solve why tens of thousands of guillemots have been washing up along the Dutch coast, the seabirds are emaciated and scientists are speculating that it could be a combination of bad weather exposure to chemicals or some sort of gut problem, the BBC's Anne Hologhan sent this report from the Dutch island of tussle. Martic Leopold and biologist at the university is leading the investigation on the beach. And this is where poor stop on the section of the beach. Definitely some.

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05:23 min | 2 years ago

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"Plo back to America tonight sitting in our virtual green room is Tony Arnold CEO of set point. I want to ask you question. Did you ever think about this? Do you believe that as zap of electricity? Could relieve arthritis pain that agony that so many people face and listen of all ages recently, I was talking to a tour pro who has arthritis? Can you imagine how many times you have to swing the club? And this is a pretty successful guy. What is he doing? And he searching for the answer. So Tony perfect time to have you on because it does affect is not necessarily someone who super super older, it affects a lot of people doesn't it. Does Kate room right start? Sometimes as early as eighteen to twenty years old and impacts people. It all ages of light. When I said the thing about electricity. Explain to me what set point is involved with. Sure set point is a working to further Dr Kevin crises discovery that there's an inflammatory reflex me inflammatory reflex is basically the concept that pulses come from the brain to modulator can whole inflammation in the body. So the body the brain centers. Aspirant or out of control inflammatory responses in the body by the biggest nerve. And then it sends regulatory signals down through that same nerve to control quiet and information to what Dr. Tracy discovered was it in patients that add excessive inflammation that there signaling mechanism was defective or wasn't effective at regulating inflammation. So he discovered putting up a ball of electricity in the Vegas nerve that you could restore that functional. Restore the thermostat controls inflammation in the body and people with diseases like tourists rightous back into much more normal control and relieve their signs and symptoms again with these electrical pulses. The point. We're developing the device that actually delivers that therapy in Alps treat, the patients a little tiny implantable device. It goes in Vegas nerve in the neck. New to deliver those pulses. Wow. And I know this is said point medical is as you say had you're developing that implanted device there have also been with Vegas nerve. And with Dr Kevin Tracy, obviously, there's been observing some patients or he's done some trials. And what if they found as far as that's concerned? Yeah. So we've we've done a trial in patients were rightous. It was done across four or five centers in Europe with a really using named Dr Paul Peter TAC TAC agreed to be the primary investigator where we implanted a device up to seventeen patients about half. The patients had never been on one of these biologics garage, very expensive potent drugs and the other half failed biologic drug so kind of both in. Becker of all the patients had severe rheumatoid arthritis and were to some degree debilitated. They couldn't button assured or couldn't use a fork or they just didn't have a normal lifestyle were meeting them in their thirties forties. Fifties. What the proposition wise? We would implant these patients with the device, I been kind trial and it never been done before. Their disease went as well as all biomarkers, they give an indication of disease. So you not only at how their joint and. Levels go. But you also measure these specific markers in the blind. That are indication objectively for disease is trending. So. Seventeen patients were implanted seventeen patients, you know, well, over half of the patients. Let's see about eleven of the patient and very substantial responses a few more at modest response in a couple got no response at all. But again, a number had just remarkable responses were able to resume not only a more comfortable life, but a number. I went back within weeks and doing things I hadn't gone and years I'd been on eight different drugs. And none of them were I was in a really desperate situation and within three or four weeks. I could ride my bike to the Dutch coast, Dr tools and grass, myself and dot the story came back for mazing and really happy patient. We're speaking with Tony Arnold CEO of set point medical, Kate Delaney America tonight, the you know, what's interesting about this listening to you. And and I know that obviously, we talk about inflammation and inflammatory diseases. And there are so many I hear from people who have Crohn's disease Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, there's a chance obviously with these trials and the results that you just discussed that this could be something that may be also used in thinking about those other diseases, right? Right. That's absolutely right Kate there. There've already been there's another.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Eight childish, Gambino, tame Impala and Sonoma will headline the two weekend festival. Other performers include the nineteen seventy-five DJ snake diplo's, the lodge and weezer for grabbed a landing one of the top spots will start two thousand nineteen right where last year left off she closed to very successful twenty eighteen with a number one album in sweetener as well as multiple heads. Coachella is known as the festival for cool kids musicians. It happens in southern California from April twelfth to April fourteenth and from April nineteenth to the twenty first. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers that a cargo ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys. He's like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty containers had washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out washtub shutdown votes coming I'm Tim Maguire within AP newsman at the house is voting on a pair of budget Bill designed to fully reopen. The government one extends funding for homeland security in the next month at current levels with no additional money for the border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi telling reporters take yes. For an answer opened up government. Give us a month for us to negotiate what this package could be seven people are dead in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate. A number of others are hospitalized. Some in critical condition Florida highway patrol says too big rigs and two passenger vehicles were involved. At least one truck fuel tank was ruptured, sparking a fire state troops state troopers. Say they are investigating and are trying to identify those who were killed charges expected tomorrow against two former South Carolina sheriff deputies who were transporting to mental patients who drowned while locked in the back of a flooded van during hurricane Florence. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this. Thank.

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03:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Surprising report from the nation's automakers sales of new vehicles, accelerated three tenths of a percent over last year with seventeen point two million cars, SUV's and trucks being sold. Some analysts thought that sales would dip with rising vehicle prices higher interest rates and the choppy stock market in two thousand eighteen cars made up only thirty two percent of sales. Most people were buying SUV's and trucks with Ford's F-series pickups, the top selling vehicle in the US. I'm Jacky Quin. Olivia Newton John says she is doing just fine. Olivia Newton John announced in September that she is fighting cancer for the third time. Tabloids recently published reports that she is dying with just weeks to live Newton John posted a video online in which she looks healthy and says she's doing great just want to say that the. Have been greatly exaggerated. That's AP's margins are up. I'm listening to the digital news network. The NFL is partnering with Caesars entertainment as its first official casino sponsor the multi year deal. Does not include sports betting or fantasy football Caesar's will drawn its properties. Celebrity chefs music artists and other entertainment platforms to provide NFL fans. With unique experiences Caesar's will have exclusive rights to NFL trademarks and the us and United Kingdom including the Super Bowl and draft. And it'll host parts of the twenty twenty draft a number of teams already have advertising agreements with casinos including the Cowboys ravens saints in raiders. The former Soviet Republic of tuck minute stone will sharply limit the sale of alcohol now that it's authoritarian president has made physical fitness atop initiative a needle that took effect on Tuesday forbids, the sale of alcoholic drinks, including beer on trains, airplanes, and ferries and sports facilities. It also bans the sale of alcohol on holidays. When workers get the day off the law calls for alcohol sales to be banned on Saturdays and Sundays beginning in twenty twenty one except Boston restaurants, took minutes stones presidents who has ruled the mostly Muslim central Asian nation since late two thousand and six is frequently shown on state TV horseriding and weightlifting part of his plan includes making the country tobacco free by twenty twenty five. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers the to Congo ship. Lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty containers had washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up shutdown votes coming. I'm Tim Maguire AP newsman at the house is voting on a pair of budget Bill designed to fully reopened the government one extends funding for homeland security in the next month at current levels with no additional money for the border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi telling reporters take yes. For an answer opened up government. Give us a month for us to negotiate what this package could be seven people are dead in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate a number. Of others are hospitalized. Some in critical condition Florida highway patrol says too big rigs and two passenger vehicles were involved. At least one truck fuel tank was ruptured, sparking a fire state troops state troopers say they are investigating and are trying to identify those who were killed charges expected tomorrow against two former South Carolina sheriff deputies who were transporting to mental patients.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"The former Soviet Republic of Turkmenistan will sharply limit the sale of. Alcohol now that it's authoritarian president has made physical fitness that top initiative a new law that took effect on Tuesday forbids, the sale of alcoholic drinks, including beer on trains, airplanes, and ferries and sports facilities. It also bans the sale of alcohol on holidays. When workers get the day off the locals for alcohol sales to be banned on Saturdays and Sundays beginning in twenty twenty one except bars. And restaurants, took many stones president who has ruled the mostly Muslim central Asian nation since late two thousand and six is frequently shown on state, TV horse and weightlifting parts of his plan includes making the country tobacco free by twenty twenty five. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers that a cargo ship lost the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flat. Able and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday demand for iphones is slipping in China which accounts for one third of the smartphone industry, global handset shipments. Apple CEO, Tim Cook's told shareholders demand for iphones is waning and revenue for the last quarter of two thousand eighteen will fall well below projections. He's traced the decrease mainly to China research firm IDC says shipments in China fell ten percent from a year earlier to one hundred three million handsets in the quarter ending in September. And it expects last year's.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"House is voting on a pair of budget Bill designed to fully reopened the government one extends funding for homeland security in the next month at current levels with no additional money for the border wall. House speaker. Anssi Pelosi telling reporters take yes. For an answer opened up government. Give us a month for us to negotiate with this package. Could be seven people are dead in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate. A number of others are hospitalized. Some in critical condition Florida highway patrol says too big rigs and two passenger vehicles were involved. At least one truck fuel tank was ruptured, sparking a fire state troops state troopers say they are investigating and are trying to identify those who were killed charges expected tomorrow against two former South Carolina sheriff deputies who were transporting to mental patients who drowned while locked in the back of a flooded van during hurricane Florence. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers that a cargo ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty containers. It washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up the headliners are set for the twenty nine thousand nine Coachella valley music and arts festival coming up.

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06:16 min | 2 years ago

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"Game. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire House Democrats Bush ahead with their proposals to reopen the federal government voting first on a measure to fund the department of homeland security through February eight it does not include additional funding President Trump wants for border security, including the wall on this vote. The ayes are two hundred and thirty nine in the nays are one hundred and ninety two the joint resolution is passed without objection motion to reconsider is laid up on the table, Ohio democratic congresswoman Joyce Beatty. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the House Democrats bills will not pass the Senate. And even if it does happen. President Trump Trump won't sign up our democratic colleagues same less concerned with these facts their unreasonable political standoff with President Trump. The partial government shutdown will reach the two week Mark tomorrow. The president has demanded some five point six billion dollars for the border wall without a wall. You cannot have border security without a very strong form of barrier. Call it what you will. But without a wall. You cannot have border security won't work. The White House has asked congressional leaders to meet again tomorrow the death toll in a fiery interstate crash near Gainesville Florida has risen to seven with a number of other people hospitalized. Some in critical condition Florida highway patrol says two tractor trailers crashed with a pair of passenger vehicles. Leaking diesel caught fire after the collision state troopers say they need to find out how the crash happened and to identify those who were killed. Russian media reports that American Paul Whalen has been indicted on espionage charges in Russia. Spying conviction carries a prison sentence of up to twenty years. We met today with US ambassador to Russia. Jon Huntsman, the former marine was arrested in Moscow last Friday. His family says he was in the Russian capital for a friend's wedding. This is. AP radio news. Sales were up in two thousand eighteen is surprising report from the nation's automaker. Sales of new vehicles accelerated three tenths of a percent over last year with seventeen point two million cars, SUV's and trucks being sold. Some analysts thought that sales would dip with rising vehicle prices higher interest rates and the choppy stock market in two thousand eighteen cars made up only thirty two percent of sales. Most people were buying SUV's and trucks with Ford's F-series pickups, the top selling vehicle in the US. I'm Jacky Quin. Olivia Newton John says she is doing just fine. Olivia Newton John announced in September that she is fighting cancer for the third time. Tabloids recently published reports that she is dying with just weeks to live Newton John posted a video online in which she looks healthy and says, she's doing great. I just want to say that the of death have been greatly exaggerated. That's the AP's Margie's are lead up. I'm listening to the AP digital news network. Chinese spacecraft has touched down on the so-called dark side of the moon is AP correspondent serious shaklee reports. It's the world's first ever farside moon landing the official China Central Television said the lunar explorer edge Chinese four touched on a ten twenty six AM on size day the far side of the moon phases away from us and is relatively unexplored. It is also known as dark side of the moon. The pioneering landing demonstrates a China's growing Embiid as a space power. The US is the only other country that has carried out landings. The work of Tanya four which is carrying a Rover includes carrying out astronaut, Michael observations and probing the structure and mineral composition of the terrain. I'm Zaria shaklee. Some of the first presenters have been announced for this weekend's Golden Globe awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press association says Michael b Jordan, Ben Stiller and address Elba Bellido star. Started lineup. Also includes Catherine Zeta Jones, Dick Van Dyke, Jamie Lee Curtis Christie Mets, Felicity Huffman and Mike Myers, Sandra. Oh, and Andy Sandberg will host the seventy six th annual Golden Globe awards. The show is also adding the Carol Burnett award an accolade that focuses on achievement in. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers that a cargo ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys light bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty container. As it washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up shutdown votes coming. I'm Tim Maguire AP newsman at the house is voting on a pair of budget Bill designed to fully reopened the government one extends funding for homeland security in the next month at current levels with no additional money for the border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi telling reporters take yes. For an answer opened up government. Give us a month for us to negotiate with this package. Could be seven people are dead in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate. A number of others are hospitalized. Some in critical condition Florida highway patrol says too big rigs and two passenger vehicles were involved. At least one truck fuel tank was ruptured, sparking a fire state troops state troopers say they are investigating and are trying to identify those who were killed charges expected tomorrow against two former South Carolina sheriff deputies who were transporting to mental. Patients who drowned while locked in the back of flooded van during hurricane Florence? I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably multiple lawn and skiff anybody noticed you mow the lawn. Tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"And audiences are cheering for vomiting keeps an incredible ninety three percent fresh on rotten tomatoes. The perfect plan of action and not just a quick transformers movie movie period. Bumblebee now playing some of the first presenters have been announced for this weekend's Golden Globe awards. The Hollywood Foreign Press association says Michael b Jordan, Ben Stiller and address elbow leader star-studded line-up that also includes Catherine Zeta Jones, Dick Van Dyke, Jamie Lee, Curtis Christie Mets, Felicity Huffman and Mike Myers, Sandra. Oh, and Andy Sandberg will host the seventy sixth annual Golden Globe award. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers that a cargo ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands. By mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty containers had washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up Broadway closed out two thousand eighteen and a record breaking note with many shows recording their most profitable weeks, despite some big ticket prices the Broadway league says eight shows close the year early more than two million dollars for the week ending December thirtieth were led by Hamilton, The Lion King and wicked Hamilton across the.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on AP News

"Voting on a pair of budget bills designed to fully reopened the government one extends funding for homeland security in the next month at current levels with no additional money for the border wall. House speaker Nancy Pelosi telling reporters take yes. For an answer opened up government. Give us a month for us to negotiate with this package. Could be seven people are dead in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate. A number of others are hospitalized. Some in critical condition. Five Florida highway patrol says too. Big rigs and two passenger vehicles were involved. At least one truck fuel tank was ruptured, sparking a fire state troops state troopers say they are investigating and are trying to identify those who were killed charges expected tomorrow against two former South Carolina sheriff deputies who were transporting to mental patients who drowned while locked in the back of a flooded van during hurricane Florence. I'm Tim Maguire. More news right after this three migrant fishermen of receive Greek citizenship for them wildfire rescues the Albanian and to own it on Wednesday by Greece's president for sending a message to Europe to counter anti-immigrant sentiment. The three men pulled people from the water who had fled the out of control wildfire. It's a seaside resort east of Athens. The trio also guided survivors to a nearby port after the blaze on July. The twenty third did reach the shore and gutted hundreds of homes. The the Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers the tocacco ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal. The border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday more than twenty containers had washed ashore on the Watson islands in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up the owners of a recently vandalized confederate monument to North Carolina have been told to take it down by the end of the month or face a potential lawsuit. It was also vandalized back in two thousand seventeen in. The Winston Salem city. Attorney says considering that and other confrontations over confederate monuments, it's now considered a public nuisance the United daughters of the confederacy owned the confederate soldiers monument, and while state law makes difficult to remove monuments on public property. This one is on private property last week. Someone wrote cowards and traitors on the statue's base. It was previously vandalized about two years ago during the deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia mayor Ellen joins made the announcement that the monument.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on AP News

"Available in all states or situations. The Dutch coast guard is warning the public to stay away from some of the two hundred and seventy containers the tocacco ship lost off the northern coast of the Netherlands. It said three containers carry closed off barrels of an organic, peroxide. A flammable and highly toxic compound the container. Ship is suspected to have lost a cargo that included toys like bulbs and flat screens during an overnight storm of the coastal border between Germany and the Netherlands by mid afternoon on Wednesday Molden twenty containers. It washed ashore on the water Nyland's in the North Sea. Some beaches on the islands already. So research of curious people checking out what washed up thirteen of the government shutdown and as AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports. There's still no deal even after a closed-door meeting between President Trump and congressional leaders before yesterday situation room meeting, President Trump said the shutdown will last as. As long as it takes for proper border security. It'd be a long time quickly. He's not budging from his demand for billions to pay for a border wall. Democrats say he Ed Republicans are holding the American people and their government hostage in the process. They want to try and leverage that shut down into their proposals. The leaders will meet again tomorrow in between Democrats will take house control and pass bills to reopen. The government would stand no chance of getting to the Senate or the president's desk. Saga megani? Washington. Qatar Airways says now holds a five percent share in China. Southern airlines. The move will help expand the carriers. Reach in one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets. Qatar Airways group says the acquisition of additional shares of China's southern supports its overall investment strategy China. Southern Airlines is a member of sky team an alliance that includes Delta Air, France and others despite losses of its revenue last year due to avoid Kat from neighboring Gulf states Qatar Airways maintains its the world's fastest growing airline. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump pays a surprise visit to the White House briefing room close with.

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"dutch coast" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dutch coast" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It was it was in hans co from the dutch coast it was suggested to me that christopher mommy leaving tomorrow tomorrow morning which he's giving me the slip because we wanna point with him weakness speak to them tomorrow at eleven o'clock but line the time on today's women's lost time chris free lost much time in a mountain speech very good question i mean i almost feel that this is being overlooked the the magnitude the importance of this because i mean it's not quite indoor this is the first time we've really seen him i mean it was so close to the finish kenya where you took by cracking seventy conceding a big white your time in the mountains looking very good in the process i mean that's the thing i mean it's not it's not that it come out with the blue either he's been he's been faltering all week really into crash before the only time trial back in jerusalem me he's not look convincing anywhere there was a fan of five hundred meter section on that nna where he looked off decent he slipped him on that right hand corner yesterday landed on his side again the side to it landed on in in israel sky bus last night didn't fail a particularly happy place and today well yeah he's now eleven two minutes thirty seven down and no matter how good is it i i would say that it's going to be difficult very very difficult to peg back i don't know he's almost a week now all but it depends i mean there couple of days sweet coming in the market particularly in the marketing will reserve a few surprises that region is notorious for its short steep climbs however.

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