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Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Right on monday. A dutch court ruled that blank drivers are employees. Not contractors uber drivers. Yes in a of the stories all leashed. Pets are welcome bones. Man in texas brought his blank to a local petco horse no his sixteen hundred pound giant african with busy steer same thing. Not really though. He was sure he'd be turned away at the door. The man was shocked when the petco welcomed him and his steer with open arms. Employees came out from the back. They took pictures with giant animal. They showed him around the store. There was there three by. They say this is the strangest leashed pet they had ever had in the store outside of bpm night. Of course bill. How did tom papa. Doing acquiesced violated great six riot. Twelve more points he now has fourteen. He is in the lead all right. Brian filling the blank on tuesday. The army said that active duty soldiers must get blanked by december fifteenth vaccinated. Right on wednesday. The world anti doping agency vowed to review its ban on blank use by marijuana. Yes this week. Fox news signed a deal for a new show with british pundit blank. Got pierce morgan. Yes good this week. Police in south carolina arrested a man with an atm neck tattoo and suspicion of robbing blank. A bank no an atm bank on sunday the tsa announced it was doubling fines for travelers. Who refuse to wear blanks mask right this week. Police throughout the uk warning stores not to solve blanks to children or teens. The the aerosol cans the no no. That's an american problem.

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"dutch court" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Club is a delicious way to support. Npr's programming if you're twenty one or older uncork your special offer at npr wine club dot org. It's time for our final game. Lightning fill in the blank. Each of our players will have sixty seconds in which to answer as many fill in the blank questions they now can each correct answers now worth two points bill. Can you give us the scores. Tom has to brian. Has three chris. Stella has three all right. Tom you are in third place. You were up. I fill in the blank on tuesday. California voted not to recall their blank. Governor yes on. Thursday trump ally roger stone served with a lawsuit for his involvement with the riot at the blank ryan at the capitol right on thursday. A federal judge ordered the biden administration to stop expelling migrants over concerns about blank about covert. Yes this week. It was announced. That my bialik ken jennings would host blank through the end of this season jeopardy jeopardy. What is being called the worst pitch in baseball history. Kansas city royals pitcher through a ball. That blanked that went backwards. No look like a hit his own foot and then landed four feet in front of him. On wednesday microsoft announced that users could now log onto their accounts without using blanks passwords. Right on monday. A dutch court ruled that blank drivers are employees. Not contractors uber drivers. Yes in a of the stories all leashed. Pets are welcome bones. Man in texas brought his blank to a local petco horse no his sixteen hundred pound giant african with busy steer same thing. Not really.

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NPR News Now

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on NPR News Now

"First western. Us trip since taking office biden. Stopping in boise idaho today to push for his infrastructure agenda including a three and a half trillion dollars. Spending proposal will survey fire damage in california and campaign on behalf of democratic governor gavin newsom who faces a recall vote tomorrow. The by the administration is taking new applications for recently reinstated program to help some miners from central america reunite with parents in the us. More from npr's frank over donas president biden restarted. The obama era program this spring that allows children from el salvador guatemala and honduras to apply to be reunited with apparent lawfully in the united states. The program was terminated by the trump administration after restarting the program the biden administration reopened fourteen hundred cases that had been closed by the previous administration then in july the biden's state department and homeland security department announced that it would expand eligibility to include legal guardians as well as parents in the united states. The white house says tens of thousands of families should be eligible for the program which is seen as a safer alternative to illegal means of migration franko or donas. Npr news washington. On wall street. The dow was up two hundred. Sixty one points. This is npr. U n high commissioner for human rights. Michelle barsha lead warns climate change pollution and nature loss pose the biggest threats to human rights globally lisa slide in geneva reports partial at says the triple planetary crisis is depriving people to their rights to food water development and even life the opening of the un human rights council bachelet told delegates that a safe clean healthy and sustainable environment was the foundation of human life and had to be protected. Grizz month unleashed steam and murderous climate events of people never region monumental fires in siberia and california huge southern roots in china germany and turkey but warned. The impact of climate change was leading to increase drought famine mass migration and conflict in many regions of the world. She said the future of humanity depended on governments acting to preserve the world's precious resources for npr. News and lisa shlein line in geneva. According to the netherlands said that uber drivers essentially fall into the same category as dutch taxi drivers and therefore should be entitled to the same employment benefits. Amsterdam civil court in a statement today said the legal relationship between newburn. It's drivers quote conforms to all the characteristics of an employment contract dutch workers organization that brought the case called the decision. A major victory uber says it will appeal. The ruling futures prices move higher today. Oil up nine. Tenths of a percent to close above seventy dollars a barrel for the first time since august. I'm jack speer. Npr news in washington..

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"dutch court" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

06:13 min | 6 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"From stephen lacey. Welcome as crude oil. Prices shoot backup. Oil majors are seeing billions in quarterly profits under pressure from activists investors. And now the courts were they spend it on the energy transition or just more share buybacks and oil rigs plus a new report card. On america's infrastructure is a slight improvement but the grade is still pretty awful and carbon. Offsets are going up in flames literally in culpeper. Virginia is catherine hamilton. How are you gathering. I'm doing great We decided ourselves to go off of oil and we least an electric vehicle out here in rural virginia and the other weekend. We went to visit james. Madison's home of montpellier and we were a little bit nervous because we had to drive a ways in our easy and we pulled up. Eight charging stations four tesla's and four for the other slobs and we fall into the other subcategory. So we're pretty excited. What is being in other schlub means nerve model. Well we actually got the volvo Lease until we can just test it. See what it's like. It's the Xp forty. I think it's called like the little suv and And then in three years when a lot more models already. We can make a more informed decision. We may end up an f. One fifty lightning for all. I know in new york. It is our guest co host. this week ed crooks. He's vice chair of the americas wood. Mackenzie and easy former energy editor at the financial times. You may have heard his voice a number of times on our sister. Podcast the interchange ed. How are you welcome. Hello hi great to be here Yeah like a catherine. I've also just been using plug in car. We've just got back from england. Just back from three expectation their first time in more than eighteen months seeing family and friends. So that's been fantastic to do. We actually rented a plug in hybrid. Skoda where there you go. That's the check Comedy it's the kind of the budget brand of the volkswagen group and that she really liked it. We thought it's fantastic and it clearly. It's a bit of a different experience from a full battery v but we were getting We plug it in overnight and we would get ten or twenty miles of all electric driving out of it which she was really good. So yeah that was. I was impressed by that. Experience would be fascinated here by the over. For a long time england. We used to drive a diesel volvo. Which was a lovely car. We're very fond of it and now thinking again about Having a maybe a an electric volvo in the future so when i hear from you katherine how you get with that and see if you like it. Yeah so far so good. Yeah absolutely. I saw that brent. Crude prices are dropping today. So maybe it was your driving habits with. Ev's hybrids that have caused the decrease in global oil prices. Yeah i. I've been doing my bit for jet alone. Unfortunately well since the start of the pandemic we've heard from ed a number of times who come on to explain the while swings in global oil prices and how it feeds into the pressure. That oil majors are facing. We started this pandemic at negative oil prices because there was no place to store it and today benchmark prices are hovering above seventy dollars and top oil companies reporting billions of dollars in profits as a result. But there's also more scrutiny than ever on how going to spend that money activist. Shareholders are starting to get climate champions on major board seats most notably the push to get climate tech investor and former wind executive and Doe official andy. Cars ner on exxonmobil's board. A dutch court is now forcing shell to reduce emissions from its products by forty five percent after a successful lawsuit from environmental groups and oil execs. Now have their lawyers on speed. Dial and big asset managers like blackrock which lend to many of the world's energy giants are scrutinizing climate plans. So what is all this amount to as oil markets rebound. Ed just set the scene for us compared today's oil market with the one from a year ago over a year ago when the pandemic shut everything down yet it's been absolutely transformed in that Fifty since the worst of the pandemic impact Back in the spring of twenty twenty as oil prices being on a very steady upward trajectory really since october november of last year and Since june of this year they beaten in the kind of seventy dollars range. Sometimes up above seventy five dollars a barrel. Even for benchmark brent crude. But it's really a very comfortable level for the oil industry and as we've seen these very good earnings from oil companies Just a couple of weeks. Second quarter has generally been an excellent quarter in terms of oil company profits. Couple of crucial things are getting on that driving. That firstly cost. There is just the Revival in the world economy the world kind of getting back to normal as evidenced by the fact of people like me getting on vacation Oil demand has been picking up gasoline. Diesel jet fuel and everything about that d'amato's increasing and also we've still got this impact from the opec plus countries from the member. Saudi arabia kuwait the zone And also their allies outside opec countries like russia kazakhstan mexico that have agreed to curb their output so they took a lot of oil of the market last year and they still haven't pulled that back on the market and the result is being actually a fairly tight oil market worldwide. and that's Kept prices up there. Is this concern about whether a concern in the business about with a prices are gonna stay at these kind of levels because people say will be might slow down again. This concern Just recently the policy days about the impact of the delta variant in asia and particularly..

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MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

MH17 Trial Moves to Crucial Merits Phase, Examining Evidence

"Nearly seven years off to Malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over eastern Ukraine the trial in a Dutch court of three Russians and a Ukrainian accused of involvement in the downing has moved to the crucial merits face when evidence will be discussed by lawyers and judges families of some of the victims were present in court to watch the latest hearing in the long running case the trial has progressed through a series of preliminary hearings since opening in March twenty twenty will in the coming days begin examining the huge case five piece together after a years long international investigation the four suspects were not in the courtroom they are being tried in their absence they face life sentences if convicted of murdering the two hundred ninety eight people who died when the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was blown out of the sky above conflict torn eastern Ukraine I'm sorry I shockingly

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"dutch court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"In episode five times a week, thoughts on the market. This is science Friday. I'm John Donne Kaskey in for Ira Flatow Later this hour, we'll talk about the 15 to 20% of Americans who are still in wait and see mode about getting the Koven vaccine. And we'll look at how drought in the Southwest is affecting the Colorado River basin. But first, depending on your perspective, Wednesday was a bad day to be an oil company or a good day to be a climate activist. Three major oil companies had climate change pushed higher on their agendas. Shell was ordered by a Dutch court to cut its greenhouse gas emissions, Chevron was told by shareholders To reduce not just its emissions from oil production, but also those of its customers and it Exxon's annual shareholder meeting, a small climate advocacy group managed to score seats on its board of directors. So where did these climate Koos come from? And what could come next box staff writer who Mayor or fund is here to talk about this big story? Welcome back to the program of Mayor. Thanks for having me. So I just ran through these oil companies. Story's pretty quickly Maybe you can dig into them in a bit more detail. Ah, what happened on this one Big day? Yeah, That's right. You know, the one of the biggest ones was at shell. This is major international oil company and a Dutch court ruled that essentially they have to control their greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris agreement. Now Shell did put out a plan a few years ago, saying that they were going to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. But crucially This ruling says that they have to account for what's going on a scope three, which is basically not just the emissions that they produce, but emissions that are produced from burning their product by their customers. And so that means that they have a much larger scope of responsibility here. And what this ruling will likely mean is that they'll have to actually stop, you know, combusting and also drilling for more oil, So this is a fundamental change their business model. A fundamental change. They're coming from the courts. In some ways, though, these other moves that are really shareholder based, might make even more of an impact. Talk us through those right. So these shareholder owned companies mean that you know, investors have a say in how these companies are run, and more recently, a climate activists have found that they could get a seat at the table by buying stock in these companies. And in the case of Exxon this week, Yes, there was an investment firm that literally got seats on their board, and they have two of them potentially get up to three seats. On dis is a way that they've been able to, you know, make their voices heard. Essentially, they have these big meetings at these companies are required to hold. They could make their case for why actually addressing climate change is a good business decision, but also that continue to drill for oil is a bad decision. And that's kind of what's interesting here with both conical Phillips and Chevron is that they're making the case that this is a business. Benefit to address and mitigate climate change and that it's causing harm if they don't what are some of the limitations of the power that shareholders actually have to force any change in these companies, though. I mean, the big thing is that these companies are obligated to generate a profit for their shareholders, and so anything that requires an investment up front has to translate into something that's going to generate a profit down the line. And so that business case has to be made there legally obligated to do this. They can actually be sued if they do things that are counterproductive to their shareholders. So it's really hard to make that case. But in recent years, you know with this global push for climate action, with companies coming up with their own development of technologies, and also government starting to impose more restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions. These shareholders, These activists are actually able to make a compelling business case that it makes sense to actually start addressing climate change to start diversifying the business portfolio and dealing with the world past oil. Despite all this good news for climate activists, though, it should be clear that there are plenty of big oil companies that just can't be forced to change at all through these kind of avenues. That's right. You know they these air the investor owned oil companies, right that we're talking about. But the largest share of oil production right now is being held by nationally owned oil company. So these are basically government run corporations. And for these governments, you know, particularly those around the Middle East countries like Saudi Arabia. Oil is the dominant source of revenue. They don't really have much of an alternative and because they're owned by governments, there is less opportunity for individuals and activists to get a seat at the table to try to sway their decisions. And so these companies are increasingly making up a larger share of oil production, and they're becoming harder and harder to sway. Let's move on to some covert 19 news here. Visors vaccine was approved for adolescents earlier this month and later on in the program. We're gonna be talking about vaccine hesitancy, including and parents. But in the meantime, now Madonna has some promising results for this 12, the 17 age group in this latest set of data, tell us more about what we heard. Right. The company Majorino reported this week that they found 100% efficacy and Children ages between the ages of 12 and 17 with no serious safety issues, and now they want to seek FDA approval to administer this vaccine to younger people, just like visor did. So visor had similar results. Visor has already been approved. What took Madonna's along? Well. Part of the reason is how Fizer got their initial emergency use authorization when they filed for that initial approval. They looked for approval for ages, 16 and up so they were able to vaccinate teenagers this whole time murdered. His approval was primarily for ages. 18 and older and Fizer also being a U. S biotech company..

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KQED Radio

03:22 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the market, offering concise takes on current events and their implications for financial markets. Three minutes and episode five times a week. Thoughts on the market and buy the listeners of KQED. Mostly sunny skies Today, Heisman fifties to upper seventies and we're heading into a warming trend. It should be relatively warm on Memorial Day. In fact, may see triple digits. They'll be an excessive heat Watch for parts, the Sacramento Valley area that'll starts Sunday afternoon. This is science Friday. I'm John Jankowski in for Ira Flatow Later this hour, we'll talk about the 15 to 20% of Americans who are still in wait and see mode about getting the Koven vaccine. And we'll look at how drought in the Southwest is affecting the Colorado River basin. But first, depending on your perspective, Wednesday was a bad day to be an oil company or a good day to be a climate activist. Three major oil companies had climate change pushed higher on their agendas. Shell was ordered by a Dutch court to cut its greenhouse gas emissions, Chevron was told by shareholders To reduce not just its emissions from oil production, but also those of its customers and it Exxon's annual shareholder meeting, a small climate advocacy group managed to score seats on its board of directors. So where did these climate Koos come from? And what could come next box staff writer who mirror Fong is here to talk about this big story? Welcome back to the program of Mayor. Thanks for having me. So I just ran through these oil companies. Story's pretty quickly Maybe you can dig into them in a bit more detail. Ah, what happened on this one Big day? Yeah, That's right. You know, the one of the biggest ones was at shell. This is major international oil company and a Dutch court ruled that essentially they have to control their greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris agreement. Now Shell did put out a plan a few years ago, saying that they were going to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. But crucially, this ruling said that they have to account for what's going on a scope three, which is basically not just the emissions that they produce. But emissions that are produced from burning their product by their customers. And so that means that they have a much larger scope of responsibility here. And what this ruling will likely mean is that they'll have to actually stop, you know, combusting and also drilling for more oil. So this is a fundamental change their business model. Ah, fundamental change. They're coming from the courts. In some ways, though, these other moves that are really shareholder based Might make even more of an impact. Talk us through those right. So these shareholder owned companies mean that you know, investors have a say in how these companies are run, and more recently, a climate activists have found that they could get a seat at the table by buying stock in these companies. And in the case of Exxon this week, Yes, there was an investment firm that literally got seats on their board, and they have to move potentially get up to three seats. On dis is a way that they've been able to, you know, make their voices heard. Essentially, they have these big meetings at these companies are required to hold. They can make their case for why actually addressing climate change is a good business decision, but also that continue to drill for oil is a bad decision, And that's kind of what's interesting here with both ConocoPhillips and Chevron is that they're making the case that this is a business. Benefit to address and mitigate climate change and that it's causing harm if they don't what are some of the limitations of the power that shareholders actually have to force any change in these companies,.

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WBUR

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on WBUR

"Friday. I'm John Donne Kaskey in for Ira Flatow. Later this hour. We'll talk about the 15 to 20% of Americans who are still in wait and see mode about getting the Koven vaccine and we'll look at how drought in the Southwest is affecting the Colorado River basin. But first, depending on your perspective, Wednesday was a bad day to be an oil company or a good day to be a climate activist. Three major oil companies had climate change pushed higher on their agendas. Shell was ordered by a Dutch court to cut its greenhouse gas emissions, Chevron was told by shareholders To reduce not just its emissions from oil production, but also those of its customers and it Exxon's annual shareholder meeting, a small climate advocacy group managed to score seats on its board of directors. So where did these climate Koos come from? And what could come next box staff writer who mirror Fong is here to talk about this big story? Welcome back to the program of Mayor. Thanks for having me. So I just ran through these oil companies. Story's pretty quickly maybe you can dig into them in a bit more detail. Ah, lot happened on this one Big day. Yeah, That's right. You know, the one of the biggest ones was at shell. This is major international oil company and a Dutch court ruled that essentially they have to control their greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris agreement. Now shall did put out a plan a few years ago, saying that they were going to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. But crucially, this ruling says that they have to account for what's going on a scope three, which is basically not just the emissions that they produce, but emissions that are produced from burning their product by their customers. And so that means that they have a much larger scope of responsibility here. And what this ruling will likely mean is that they'll have to actually stop, you know, combusting and also drilling for more oil. So this is a fundamental change their business model. Ah, fundamental change. They're coming from the courts. In some ways, though, these other moves that are really shareholder based, might make even more of an impact. Talk us through those Right. So these shareholder owned companies mean that you know, investors have a say in how these companies are run, and more recently, a climate activists have found that they could get a seat at the table by buying stock in these companies. And in the case of Exxon this week, Yes, there was an investment firm that literally got seats on their board, and they have to move potentially get up to three seats. On dis is a way that they've been able to, you know, make their voices heard. Essentially, they have these big meetings at these companies are required to hold. They could make their case for why actually addressing climate change is a good business decision, but also that continue to drill for oil is a bad decision, And that's kind of what's interesting here with both ConocoPhillips and Chevron is that they're making the case that this is a business. Benefit to address and mitigate climate change and that it's causing harm if they don't what are some of the limitations of the power that shareholders actually have to force any change in these companies, though. I mean, the big thing is that these companies are obligated to generate a profit for their shareholders, and so anything that requires an investment up front has to translate into something that's going to generate a profit down the line. And so that business case has to be made there legally obligated to do this. They can actually be sued if they do things that are counterproductive to their shareholders. So it's really hard to make that case. But in recent years, you know with this global push for climate action, with companies coming up with their own development of technologies, and also government starting to impose more restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions. These shareholders, These activists are actually able to make a compelling business case that it makes sense to actually start addressing climate change to start diversifying the business portfolio and dealing with the world past oil. Despite all this good news for climate activists, though, it should be clear that there are plenty of big oil companies that just can't be forced to change at all through these kind of avenues. That's right. You know they these air the investor owned oil companies, right that we're talking about. But the largest share of oil production right now is being held by Nationally owned oil company. So these air basically government run corporations and for these governments, you know, particularly those around the Middle East countries like Saudi Arabia. Oil is the dominant source of revenue. They don't really have much of an alternative and because they're owned by governments, there is less. Opportunity for individuals and activists to get a seat at the table to try to sway their decisions. And so these companies are increasingly making up a larger share of oil production, and they're becoming harder and harder to sway. Let's move on to some covert 19 news here. Visors vaccine was approved for adolescents earlier this month and later on in the program. We're gonna be talking about vaccine hesitancy, including and parents. But in the meantime, now Mader to has some promising results for this 12, the 17 Age group in this latest set of data tell us more about what we heard right. They company. Majorino reported this week that they found 100% efficacy and Children ages between the ages of 12 and 17 with no serious safety issues, and now they want to seek FDA approval to administer this vaccine to younger people, just like Visor did. So Fizer had similar results. Visor has already been approved. What took modernist along? Well. Part of the reason is how Fizer got their initial emergency use authorization when they filed for that initial approval. They looked for approval for ages, 16 and up so they were able to vaccinate teenagers this whole time murdered. His approval was primarily for ages. 18 and older and Fizer also being a U. S biotech company. Knows how to grease the wheels and work with regulators, and so they had a little bit of an advantage in terms of organizing and getting their results out faster. So this is really good news of Madonna gets approved. Then there's more vaccine available for adolescents. But who mayor is supply at least in America..

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"dutch court" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:11 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on WBUR

"The U. S. Is facing another mass shooting this time at a light rail yard in San Jose, California Sheriff's spokesman Deputy Russell Davis says a gunman opened fire on co workers at the Valley Transportation Authority really are this morning, killing eight people and injuring others. It's still unclear how the shooter died. Davis says Law enforcement's now investigating reports of a bomb threat. We received information that there are explosive devices that are located inside the building that being said we activated our bomb squad, which is currently out on scene. Trying determine pretty much We're trying to clear out every room in every crevice of that building, ensure that the public safety is rest assured if we open up that building later on in the near future VT facilities located in Santa Clara County, home to Silicon Valley. Dramatic win for an activist shareholder marks a historic defeat for Exxon Mobil. Today, a small hedge fund called Engine number one managed to elect two of its candidates to the oil giant's board. A major victory for activists investors who've been pressuring Exxon Mobil and other companies for decades to reduce their carbon emissions. Meanwhile, climate change activists are also hailing a significant legal victory against Royal Dutch Shell. MPR's Jeff Brady reports, A Dutch court ruled the oil giant must cut its greenhouse gas emissions faster than planned. The district court in The Hague, where shall is based ruled the oil company must reduce climate warming greenhouse gas emissions 45% by the end of the decade, based on 2019 levels. Sarah Shah, from friends of the Earth International called the decision a massive victory that likely will prompt others to file similar cases. And all hope is really that this bird, it will trigger a wave of climate litigation. It's big polluters to force them to stop extracting and burning fossil fuels. A Shell spokesperson says The company already is investing billions in low carbon energy, including electric vehicle charging hydrogen, renewable energy and bio fuels. The company calls the decision disappointing and says it plans to appeal. Jeff Brady, NPR News and influential group of scientists is out with new, controversial guidelines that removed Longstanding barrier to stem cell research. Here's NPR's Rob Stein, the International Society for Stem Cell Research is new guidelines scrapped the so called 14 Day rule. For decades. That rule prohibited scientist from conducting experiments on living human embryos beyond two weeks of development, But the new guidelines say that could be allowed If there is broad societal agreement, such experiments are valuable. And if each experiment is carefully monitored, scientists say, studying human embryos for longer than 14 days could help find new ways to treat infertility, prevent miscarriages and eliminate birth defects. Critics, however, say such experiments raise serious ethical concerns. Rob Stein. NPR news This is NPR. This is not the 0.9 deputy you arm. I'm Jack Left ers in Boston States. Casinos have been cleared to fully reopen this weekend, The State Gaming Commission gave its approval today, lifting rules such as capacity limits on the gaming floors. Vice president of MGM Springfield, says it will be a gradual process of phasing out Cove. It related restrictions. Cambridge based company will be monitoring Corona virus infection levels across the country by testing at 350 wastewater plants simultaneously. Jennings how Eisner is a business development manager with bio Baht analytics, he says. This will be the first time anyone has used that method to look at evidence of Cove in 19. Across the country at the same time by monitoring this kind of wastewater data. We're going to have AH, better idea if there could be a spike in the individual state if there could be a new variant circulating that we need to pay attention to. Eisner says The testing begins early next month. Samples will be taken twice a week for 10 weeks. Results will be made available to federal, state and local governments as well as the individual plants. Everett is in line for more affordable rental housing mass developments issued a $9 million tax exempt bond for the development of these ST Therese property at Broadway and Gledhill Avenue. Project would build 33 affordable rental units for seniors as part of a larger project that will include an additional 44 affordable rental units. Centuries. Paris closed in 2004. 150 year old agricultural fair will return this August. Organizers of the Marshfield Fair say there will likely be health guidelines and restrictions in place. Typically draws 160,000 people a year, but it was canceled because of the pandemic last year. Members of the Boston Pops are out and about across the city today, pop up many concerts being performed curbside today and tomorrow This one was at Jamaica Pond. Rolling recitals are a show of appreciation for the community musicians of beyond both the old town.

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"dutch court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying the U. S. Is facing another mass shooting this time at a light rail yard in San Jose, California Sheriff's spokesman Deputy Russell Davis says a gunman opened fire on co workers at the Valley Transportation Authority really are this morning, killing eight people and injuring others. It's still unclear how the shooter died. Davis says Law enforcement's now investigating reports of bomb threat We received information that there are explosive devices that are located inside the building that being said we activated our bomb squad, which is currently out on scene. Trying determine pretty much We're trying to clear out every room in every crevice of that building, ensure that the public safety is rest assured if you open up that building later on in the near future VT facilities located in Santa Clara County, home to Silicon Valley. Dramatic win for an activist shareholder marks a historic defeat for Exxon Mobil. Today, a small hedge fund called Injun, Number one managed to elect two of its candidates to the oil giant's board. A major victory for activist investors who've been pressuring Exxon Mobil and other companies for decades to reduce their carbon emissions. Meanwhile, climate change activists are also hailing a significant legal victory against Royal Dutch Shell. NPR's Jeff Brady reports, a Dutch court ruled the oil giant must cut its greenhouse gas emissions faster than planned. The district court in The Hague, where shall is based ruled the oil company must reduce climate warming greenhouse gas emissions 45% by the end of the decade, based on 2019 levels. Sarah Shah, from friends of the Earth International called the decision a massive victory that likely will prompt others to file similar cases. And all hope is really that this verdict will trigger a wave of climate litigation. It's big polluters to force them to stop extracting and burning fossil fuels. A Shell spokesperson says The company already is investing billions in low carbon energy, including electric vehicle charging hydrogen, renewable energy and bio fuels. The company calls the decision disappointing and says it plans to appeal. Jeff Brady, NPR News and influential group of scientists is out with new, controversial guidelines that removed Longstanding barrier to stem cell research. Here's NPR's Rob Stein, the International Society for Stem Cell Research is new guidelines scrapped the so called 14 Day rule. For decades. That rule prohibited scientist from conducting experiments on living human embryos beyond two weeks of development, But the new guidelines say that could be allowed If there is broad societal agreement, such experiments are valuable..

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Court Orders Royal Dutch Shell to Cut Net Emissions

The Ben & Skin Show

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

Court Orders Royal Dutch Shell to Cut Net Emissions

"Last week. A big win in court for climate activists. In a ruling that could set a precedent. A Dutch court is ordering Royal Dutch Shell to cut its carbon emissions by net 45% by 2030, saying the energy giant has a duty of care to reduce emissions and that its current plans Did not go

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Shell Ordered by Dutch Court to Cut Carbon Emissions

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Shell Ordered by Dutch Court to Cut Carbon Emissions

"Turkey in a historic ruling judges and the Netherlands have ordered Royal Dutch Shell to cut its carbon emissions by 45% in the next 10 years. This is the first time a court of law has held a multinational corporation legally responsible for its role in the

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"dutch court" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm Jim Ryan Theo investigation into former President Trump and his business dealings reaches another level, The Manhattan district attorney's office has convened a special grand jury to look into evidence. It could lead to Trump or his business associates facing criminal charges. ABC chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl with reaction. Trump is out with a statement of familiar sounding statement in responding to this quote. This is purely political and the front to the almost 75 million voters who supported me in the presidential election and it's beach. It's being driven by highly partisan Democratic prosecutors. US representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, a big supporter of President Trump is comparing vaccine mandates toe how Jews were treated in the Holocaust. Some Democrats are calling for her censure or her expulsion. She says she will not apologize for the statement. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has arrived in Egypt as he continues efforts to keep in place the ceasefire brokered between Israel and Hamas. This is ABC News, a major oil company is being ordered to slash its carbon emissions. Dutch court has told Royal Dutch Shell that it needs to cut emissions by 45% in the coming nine years. The court says the oil company's current plans for reductions don't go far enough. Rest in Italy after all weekend cable car crash that left 14 people dead and one child fighting for his life, maybe sees Megan Williams has the story from Rome Three people in northern Italy are under arrest in connection with the cable car crash that killed 14 people. On Sunday. Italian police say At least one person questioned overnight admitted to what happened that the clamp had been intentionally placed on the break as a patchwork repair to stop it from engaging because it was breaking spontaneously and interrupting the movement of the cable cars. Cable snapped on Sunday, causing a car with 15 people on board to plummet down the slope until it hit trees. The sole survivor of five year old Israeli boy remains in critical condition. Megan Williams. ABC NEWS Rome and I'm Jim Ryan..

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"dutch court" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"dutch court" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mask mandates will be lifted July the first We have adjusted our masked policy to match the CDC recommendation. So now in Michigan, fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask. Outdoors or indoors unless required by their work or business, The governor said. More remains to be done when it comes to vaccinations, and she encouraged everyone to get a covert shot. As of this morning, only 56% of the adult population in Michigan has taken the covert vaccine. No by a woman was found murdered in her bathroom and the husband is in custody Tongue. Every shard 59 was found dead by Oakland County Sheriff's deputies with slashes to her neck. They were called for a welfare check when she didn't show up for work. The shard was a long time administrator for the No by schools. Her 61 year old husband is to be arraigned. Weekly jobs Claims report is out, and it's a little peek it Fox Business Network. Cheryl CAS own reports. The expectation was a gate of 450,000 initial claims We came in at 444,000. This is the week of May 15th for continuing this is the weekend in May 8th we're looking for 3.64. This came in a tiny bit harder than expected. Not by much. 3.751. I also want to give you the Philly fed number. This is eastern Pennsylvania. This is South Jersey. Delaware Manufacturing. We were looking for 43. This came in weaker than expected for manufacturing activity in that region. 31.5 that Cheryl Crow zone of the Fox Business Network reporting Carlos going. The fugitive former Nissan chairman has been ordered by a Dutch court to repay his $5 million euro salary to an alliance of Nissan and Mitsubishi, and they rejected his claim for millions of dollars of compensation for wrong termination. The court rejected goings claim, ruling that he didn't have a valid contract with the company. At the time, Nissan decided to fire going for financial misconduct in Japan, but former high flying car executives skipped bail in Tokyo and fled to his native Lebanon smuggled out inside a cargo box aboard a jetliner. The Lake Korean Flower in Art Fair returns to the area starting tomorrow, Julie Law publicist says it's located in downtown like Korean May, 21st and 22nd. We are gonna have a variety of flower vendors. Plans. Artisans are kissed. Okay, the home decor ideas. Fear garden music, all kinds of fun stuff. There's even a petting farm for the kids. The fare is these 20th year it's been operating and it's open tomorrow. 11 A.m. delay PM and Saturday nine A.m. to eight P.m.. Largest iceberg in history, has broken off Antarctica and has floating in the ocean. The Berg is called a 76 and is three times the size of Los Angeles. And it's 1667 square miles in February and other iceberg broke off an ice shelf in Antarctica, and it was larger than New York City. Wall Street today, Stocks were in the green. The Dow was up 188. P s and P A. Had 43 camera go Ski wjr news back to Mitch album after this. Hello, everyone. I'm Chef and I'm Mark And where the friendly board certified entomologist from Rose past solutions, You know, ship When it comes to pest management, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Yeah, it seems like people only think of us once they've spotted a past and by then it could very well get out of control and be expensive. Retreat. That's where our free home assessments come in. We'll look for signs of pests and identify conditions that are conducive to unwanted visitors. After identifying those conducive conditions, our team.

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Dutch court orders government to scrap coronavirus curfew

Mike Gallagher

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Dutch court orders government to scrap coronavirus curfew

"Dutch courts, ordering the government to lift a nationwide coronavirus curfew and to do so immediately. The government implemented the curfew based on a little, which states that the Cabinet can introduce rules in an emergency without consulting parliament and the Senate. But according to the court, the curfew was brought in in response to something that didn't constitute an emergency. Like for example, if a dyke was breached. On the evidence for this finding was that the 9 P.m. curfew was discussed before it was introduced, so the court rules it didn't meet the necessary legal criteria on therefore must be scrapped with immediate effect. The BBC's

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Shell Subsidiary in Nigeria Must Compensate Farmers, Dutch Court Rules

Democracy Now! Audio

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Shell Subsidiary in Nigeria Must Compensate Farmers, Dutch Court Rules

"A dutch appeals court has ruled shell is responsible for oil spills in two thousand four and two thousand five in nigeria's niger delta and must pay damages. The case was brought by friends of the earth. The nigerian farmers who were seeking compensation for the leaks that contaminated their land and deprive them income. The ruling could lead to more cases against royal dutch shell.

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"dutch court" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Even even governments around the world are increasingly turning to the courts to hold someone accountable for global warming litigation in the field of climate change has grown grown significantly in recent years. Alice Hill is a former judge and climate change policy expert at the Council on Foreign Relations. And it's intimidated. That it will continue. Can you to grow on a number of fronts as we experienced more impacts and there's greater anxiety about the very urgent need to cut emissions Camila calls some of these climate change lawsuits failure to adapt cases the plaintiffs are suing governments businesses for not doing enough to protect the people or their property from the impacts of climate change in Texas the US Army Corps of Engineers just fought and lost a case filed by homeowners claiming coming. They didn't do enough. To prevent flooding. During Hurricane Harvey. It's those types of cases that will just be replicated across the nation because the damages are happening happening and the courts are one of the most frequently sought after places for people to get money lawsuits against oil and gas companies are also also on the rise right now. US cities and states are suing for money to protect themselves from the impacts of climate change by building seawalls for example so far none. None of those cases have been successful. We see in these large-scale cases the fossil fuel companies raising the issue that look everyone's emitting carbon carbon and to point the finger at the fossil fuel companies isn't really fair and you can't trace our emissions to a particular event which is a linkage typically quickly required in many cases climate change lawsuits started. Where else here in the litigious United States back in the late nineteen ninety s for years? Most of these cases were in the. US Joanna Setzer is Clement Litigation expert at the London School of Economics. She says that started to change around. Two Thousand Fifteen. After a Dutch court ruled that the government had to cut emissions to protect the human rights of its citizens. What happened was a number of other countries and litigants started arted? Seeing how litigation could be used strategically against governments and against companies so in Belgium in Germany in in Luxembourg in she lay setzer says the trend is likely to continue in the upcoming year especially in developing countries. I expect expect to see more cases being brought in countries where either we haven't seen any case of strategic climate that to Gatien or where there's been one or two so An increase there as well. The case in the Philippines was decided last month. The human rights investigators concluded that oil and gas companies could in fact be held responsible responsible. That decision won't be legally binding but activists hope it lays the groundwork for future court cases still the courts themselves might not be the best place to fight. The battle against rising carbon emissions says Dennis Berko courts caught make climate policies courts are obviously not the best institution to deal with these issues. Van Berko was one of the lawyers working on that landmark case in the Dutch courts that inspired climate lawsuits around the world. What courts can do is they can look at the facts and they can say well here? The government really crossed the line and while the rainy one is for governments not to cross that line and to start acting in the interest of the people von Burkle and others hope that the threat of lawsuits will at least nudge them in that direction for the world. I'm Caroline Bieler governments around the world. Today are reacting to the assassination of Iran's top military commander Hossam Sulejmani was killed when his convoy was hit by an American drone strike like near the Baghdad. Airport president trump authorized it and defended the action this afternoon. We took action last night to stop a war off. We did not take action to start a war. According to the Pentagon Sulejmani had been developing plans to attack Americans in Iraq and throughout the region in response to strike Iran is promising severe revenge against the US. Iran's neighbor Iraq where the strike happened is warning that today's assassination the nation could lead to war but another player in the region is applauding president. Trump Israel has long considered Sulejmani to be the mastermind behind terrorist attacks against Israel while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today readily came to the defense of the US. President Trump.

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"dutch court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A hundred dollars for the filing fee filed application to have them removed fingerprints for situation where I WANNA LE- lawsuit against them a civil suit for violating my my rights. Yeah you got that right. So they're gonNA penalize me because they broke the law even or even though that they broke even though a blade work in even though they dropped the charges. They're still gonNA keep my database in their system that my my fingerprints in their system and my picture and everything else. It's just it's it's unbelievable and I'm still going to have an arrest record now you. I don't have a criminal record but I have an arrest record and they'll be able to see that too unless I find that hundred dollar thing and then of course if I do file it who says they're actually remove that information from their system because as you can't believe what the police say you can't just because the laws on the books doesn't actually obeying. It's not unlikely that if I pay one hundred dollars if I give the government more money. It's not unlikely that they will. You know they'll say oh. Yeah we deleted it but not really anyway and and maybe someday I'll find out that they didn't do it but you know it'll be years later and you know I'm like the case with the photo with the license. Same same thing I you know. It's funny as I probably even have the paperwork that original licensed isolated too so I could probably go back and find it and say hey you know you guys didn't remove my picture and the guy didn't seem to faze the guy at all at the DNB either. When I said I I you know I am? I asked them are beginner. Remove at this time. And he's like yeah we'll remove it and it's like I'll be shocked if they actually moved. I don't think this is a one off. I think this is a a systematic problem. Where the photos are not actually deleted in that from their system even though you're checking the box that they are required to them by law the leap today that department has made no public admission of wrongdoing? Nor has it no I they never will nor has it notified thousands of people it's impacted although it it has changed its fingerprint retention practices yet if you can believe them which you can practices following the leads probing. NYPD can confirm at the department's destroys juvenile delinquent fingerprints after the prince have been transmitted to DJ or DC police spokesperson wrote in a statement to intercept. Still the way the department handled the process resisting. Transparency and starring even after being threatened with legal action raises concerns about how police handling our police handle a growing number of databases of personal information including DNA aunts data obtained through facial recognition technology eighty. Yeah you know what I have to say about this. I am not at all concerned about non-governmental organizations or I I shouldn't say I'm not all concerned but I am not not as concerned about non-governmental organizations having some data on me what I am concerned about is the government agents and agencies. He's having data on me. I can opt out. I could not use a business if I choose if they're collecting data on me. I can't do that with the government if I don't go and get my I get a driver's license. They will use violence against him. They will throw me in jail. They will kidnap me and throw me in jail and point guns at me if I ignore ignore them if I think facebook and I don't use facebook facebook doesn't come and pointing a gun at me. It doesn't kidnapped me. It doesn't throw me in jail for a year. Your New Hampshire certainly well the government New Hampshire government certainly. Well the federal government certainly will any government certainly. I don't know of any governments that won't do you know we'll not kidnap murder Or steal from you if you don't obey them von Dutch court orders facebook to ban celebrity CRYPTO SCAM ADS after another lawsuit. I actually not really the interest in that. Let's I don't know. Do I want to go into that story yet. I don't know if I want to do that one yet either. Condemning published recommendation to limit negative impact of article. Seventy either or you skip some of these stories.

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"dutch court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Streaming. Wipro keene New Hampshire. This is your host Chris so I've got a bunch of interesting Stories today in some video to share From two different events one Actually one of them sort of events so one of them was on Friday. I went to a March eight Honi march to be precise and now this is not. MLP The march was in regards to vermin supreme. Hey presidential candidate who made his announcement at. Ah The in Concord New Hampshire at the State House. And it's just a really interesting video We'll we'll get to that in a bit and and before before we also have We've got another story that actually involves Myself and being arrested two years ago For Affect effectively I was. I was filming a police officer in Manchester New Hampshire in the very corrupt and New Hampshire Mansa Manchester New Hampshire ad and they were not happy about at that so that the conclusion. That's coming up. There's a story that was written up by freaking which is a me. I do media correspondent work for free gain and the road up a story. I don't actually write for frigging but I do Video video work for them Going to State House To fill hearings and Protests in New Hampshire and Trying to think what other what other kind of stuff happens. uh-huh marches like the March This video potentially could have been used or might be used on the on the freaking site that I took that I will share on the show with you. You and I'm trying to think what else there's just a a bunch of difference. Just a bunch of different stuff. That that's going on in New Hampshire anyway. So that's that's that's that's the initial start and then what we're I'm actually not going to start with that that's GonNa come up some time later in the show. I'm going to start off with with. Let me let me get into a little bit. We're going to start off with and then you know and then we'll actually start the show but so dot org is is being sold off to a for profit company. Apparently it was a nonprofit that was owned by for profit which. I don't don't quite understand how that works. I understand how a nonprofit owned a for profit entity that make sense to me but the other way round. I'm it's not so sure anyway. I guess I guess as long as they're not making money off. Yes that's not a problem. Supreme Court will hear Google's appeal in massive copyright suit brought by Oracle. That's this is a great thing to hear that the Supreme Court will be hearing Their arguments over. API's is and whether or not that should be balloted about copyright copyrighted and obviously shouldn't be but anyway we'll get into the story a little bit. I R S voices concerns over crypto kiosks. ATM's I will probably be Breaking News on the first arrest. How when it comes to any kind of incident over over Vending machines with the IRS or FBI in terms of arrests. Because well people in New Hampshire. Just I don't agree with the IRS stance on this moving on our next story is from our TECHNICA FCC by dozens of cities after voting waiting to kill local fees and Rolls Uber. Hit with six hundred fifty million dollar employment tax bill in New Jersey regulating tell technology firms in the twentieth century. A Canadian court rejects revenue. I'm sorry reverse class action win against bittorrent. So that's a little bit of news. Court punishes copyright troll lawyer for repeatedly lying to the court cases. I Ah I'm conflicted about this case. The Guy Basically is well. I guess he didn't get excessively punished for for for the lying that he did but in some respects it. I don't know it was it. Did they did end up increasing the punishment after he kind of felt that comply which seems Kinda wrong to me but anyway way blueprints for three D. printed guns band online again So they they I believe there was a so. This is involving Cody Wilson and basically they he published blueprints online for gun. Ten in years ago now I think it was and it's basically been you know the lot of states have been like trying to get these taken down and the feds have under. I think wasn't Obama They they basically I think bandit and then trump Unbanned it and now it was taken to court and now there I guess they've banned it again. effectively but we'll get into that story in a bit and you can find out more than we got another story pay pal pulls out of porn hub. Hurting hundreds of thousands thousands of performers youtube new kids content system has creator scrambling yet. Sounds pretty pretty bad. But it's not nothing surprising in a youtube. NYPD kept an illegal database of juveniles fingerprints. Four years another. That doesn't surprise me. Dutch court orders facebook to ban celebrity celebrity CRYPTO SCAM ADS after another lawsuit and This I think we're GONNA do in the second half of the show. Oh because we're basically beyond the halfway point at this point in in what's coming up exclusive city of Manchester gives me fifteen thousand dollars after illegal arrest by lying in Combat Dui checkpoint. I'll everybody wondering who that was all right so we'll get started. The VERGE DOT COM so says the story about about dot org website that has or I'm sorry Dot were it's the registry or I don't know if you call call the registry you know the the main registry not the not the resellers effectively just sold itself to a for profit company. It's my understanding of it and I will bring up that story here so you guys can read along if you so choose and you're at least if you're actually watching the show and not just listening to the podcast version today. The Public Public Interest Registry which maintains the dot org top level domain announced that it will be acquired by ethos capital a private equity eighty firm Avia domain. Name wire okay this move will make. Pr Previously nonprofit domain registry. Three officially part of a for profit company interesting which certainly seems at odds with what org might represent to some it definitely seems at odds. uh-huh originally DOT ORG was an alternative to the DOT com. I don't know if you could describe alternative to the DOT com. I mean when when they came out with Domain names initially. It was one of the domain names that you could get and it was was. I think originally restricted to organizations And then it kind of like became sort of regulated but it still was always always always has and probably will be used primarily by organizations and you know mainly nonprofits but sometimes like.

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Dutch Court Clears Doctor in Euthanasia of Dementia Patient

A Public Affair

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Dutch Court Clears Doctor in Euthanasia of Dementia Patient

"The court in the Netherlands has acquitted a doctor had a high profile euthanasia case involving a patient with severe dementia the doctor administered a lethal drug to the seventy four year old woman in twenty sixteen on the basis of a legal statement made by the patient several years earlier unholy can reports from the Hague before making its ruling the court heard distressing evidence about as high the woman dies the doctor puts a sedative into the patient's coffee she lost consciousness but then will come up and have to be held down by her husband and daughter as she struggled to resist the lethal injection prosecutors then accuse the doctor of failing to properly consult the woman before administering the lethal drugs they said she may have changed her mind but the judges decided the doctor had acted in accordance with the legal and medical guidelines by going ahead with the Houston easier request made by the patient when she was of Simon's

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"dutch court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Paul dot com. I'm Keith Peters, pre Russians and one Ukrainian are being charged by Dutch court in the shoot down of Malaysian Airlines flight seventeen over Ukraine in July two thousand fourteen with the loss of two hundred ninety eight lives, but correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports investigators do not expect the suspects to physically face trial in Europe, the international team investigating the downing flight age, seventeen he which two hundred nine thousand nine hundred people died, ask Russia and Ukraine to exit the fullest suspects cross accusers realize that the constitution's about hunches prohibit that the asking Russia to hand the summons to the suspects who will in the Russian federation, and arrange for them men to be interviewed about the charges in announcing the charges prosecutors appeal for witnesses to help lead them even further up the chain of command in President Vladimir Putin's Russia the race to become Britain's next prime minister is down to the final four on Wednesday as Boris Johnson, stretched his lead among conservative lawmakers and start ROY Stewart. It was eliminated from the contest. BBC correspondent, Jessica Parker reports. Worked to set himself apart in this contest touring the country to talk to the public as Paul Pondimin, energetic, Seychelle, media, campaign, and unlike other candidates, he insisted that it wouldn't be possible to negotiate a new Brexit deal with Brussels. But after his vote went down tonight, he described that few as a truth that someone quite ready to hear Boris Johnson continues to be way out ahead in this contest. While Jeremy Huntington Michael gov, tussle for second place more votes on Thursday will winnow the field down to, to the final pair of candidates with the most votes will appear on a runoff ballot mail about one hundred sixty thousand conservative party members across the country. On Wall Street that out by thirty eight points..

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"dutch court" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on KCRW

"Slow back to Glen, Helen Parkway. All right David, thank you. Appreciate it. Right now. It is seventy five Thousand Oaks at five fifteen this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. Mary Louise Kelley five years after Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen was shot down over Ukraine. Charges have been filed today three Russians and Ukrainian were charged with the murder of three hundred passengers and crew who died on the plane. Reporter Terry Schulz says the prosecution is going ahead despite doubts that the accused will ever appear in court. Dutch prosecutors have set a trial date of March ninth for ebor gear can Sergei dubinsky Oleg pull it off. And Leonet Kharshenko the first four suspects to be named criminally responsible for the deaths of almost three hundred people passengers on an aircraft shot out of the sky during a flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur by what international investigators say was a Russian-Made boop missile. It was launched from eastern Ukraine an area under the control of separatist backed by Moscow. Investigators say the missile was launched vehicle. Belonging to Russia's fifty third. Antiaircraft missing brigade. Tapped phone calls along with radar data open source, photos, video social media, entries and testimony from some three hundred witnesses now have led investigators to the three. Former Russian military end intelligence officials and a Ukrainian national, who worked with them in the breakaway region. Debts public prosecutor, Fred, Vesta, Becca says the team expects to name more suspects, which might include active duty Russian officers. But says it's a painstaking process. We have now the information and to prove in our in our doce in our file to take the step that we are going to take now against the four people. We mentioned for artists. We are not that far at this moment today. Moscow reiterated its denial of any involvement in the shooting down of h seventeen fester Baker rejects that the Russian federation is involved in distress in this crime. He one way or the other one. Day off to seventeen July, they could have been in the position to tell us exactly what happened because they know but what they know may never be heard in the Dutch court while international arrest warrants are being issued for the four accused Russia does not extradite, its citizens. Prosecutors say they'll request the suspects be handed over under the terms of a mutual, legal assistance agreement, but they admit that's a long shot still. They said at the beginning of their investigation. Plenty of people thought they'd never even get this far for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz..

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"dutch court" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dutch court" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ever in the Netherlands. After this want. The Dutch government to do more to curb greenhouse gas emissions. It's not just a request. The government was ordered to do. So by a Dutch court in two thousand fifteen and last year lost its appeal against the ruling. The Dutch state is now required by law to take measures to slash emissions to at least twenty five percent below nineteen ninety levels by next year. Even though the Dutch environmental assessments, he says, that's no longer achievable. And while lawmakers have approved aggressive benchmarks, they go even further than that. They haven't passed a plan on how to get there. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz at the weekend box office, captain marvel became the sixth largest worldwide debut ever, captain marvel also set a new worldwide Mark for a film directed or co directed by a woman last week's top film, how to train your dragon the hidden world slid to a distant second place and Tyler Perry's a family funeral was third. I'm jim. Doc NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the William and flora Hewlett foundation, committed to supporting ideas and institutions that advanced the well of women and improve lives and livelihoods in developing countries. More information is available at Hewlett dot org. I'm Sean Covey. Danton and this is hidden brain name. Is brandy. True. I from Detroit. Michigan Grandy, drew has a story.

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Copyrighting cheese; natural pet foods; federal deficit

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Copyrighting cheese; natural pet foods; federal deficit

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Copywriting cheese natural petfoods federal deficit by chronicle staff and new services from business a matter of taste the European Union's. Highest court hasn't fallen under the spell of Dutch, which is cheese. The European Court of Justice said Tuesday that the taste of food product cannot be identified with precision of objectivity and ruled that it is not eligible for copyright protection. It was asked for a ruling, by Dutch court seeking advice in a case where level, oh, once it's Hex Mukasa, or which is cheese. A special dip made of cream cheese. Herbs and vegetables protected from copycats smelly began selling bitter victim Koss white women's cheese with many of the same ingredients. The court said the taste of food depends on sensations and experiences, which are subjective and variable pets have taste to Petco says it will stop selling dog and cat. Food and treats with artificial colors, flavors and preservatives by may vote online and in its nearly fifteen hundred stores in the US and Puerto Rico, the US market share of natural pet products. More than doubled to six point five percent between twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen according to Nielsen and number of the day one hundred point five billion dollars that was the federal government's deficit in October. However, the fifty nine percent increase from twenty seventeen was due primarily to quirks in the calendar. Last year's October deficit was smaller because the government paid forty eight billion dollars in benefits in September. Because October first fell on the weekend. The government has run a deficit in every October going back to the early nineteen fifties. The administration projects that the deficit will climb to one point nine trillion dollars this year and stay above one trillion dollars for three straight years. The only time the government has run deficits. This is was from two thousand nine through twenty twelve. When revenue was depressed by the worst recession since the nineteen thirties.

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Russia, Hockey and Dutch Court discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

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Russia, Hockey and Dutch Court discussed on NPR News Now

"Investigators said they've concluded the missile came from russia's fifty third anti aircraft brigade based in southern russia they said they now want to find out whether the russian unit itself was involved into his giving orders so they can take the case to a dutch court russia for its part has consistently denied having had any military involvement in eastern ukraine lucian kim npr news moscow the teams are set for professional hockey's championship series the washington capitals defeated the tampa bay lightning last night in game seven to win the eastern conference final they'll now advance the stanley cup final to meet western conference winners the las vegas golden knights game one his on monday i'm korva coleman npr news.

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