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Cardinal Becciu: Vatican official resigns unexpectedly

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Cardinal Becciu: Vatican official resigns unexpectedly

"Apparels, well ahead of the Vatican's Saint making office, resigning suddenly from the post high ranking Vatican official has unexpectedly left his post and given up his rights as a cardinal, though he keeps the title Angela Bet you wass until 2018, the deputy secretary of state, during which time he was involved in a controversial deal to buy a luxury building in London. An investigation into the affair has led to seven officials leaving their posts. Cardinal Bet you denies wrongdoings. BBC's Eileen McCue.

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Flaws found in German program to resettle asylum seekers

Morning Edition

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Flaws found in German program to resettle asylum seekers

"The opposition left party in Germany has criticized a multi-million dollar German government program that offers to help asylum seekers find jobs back home, if they return voluntarily the government acknowledge that not a single person who'd returned to Afganistan, Egypt, Ghana Morocco and Nigeria in the twelve months to July had been found a job

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Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Bono Loses His Voice During U2 Concert in Berlin and Ends Show Early

"Hello I'm Eileen. McCue with the BBC news the defense department has said it seeking to divert three hundred million dollars in aid destined for Pakistan to other urgent priority areas after his Lama bad failed. To act against militant groups Islamabad denies that it. Provides safe havens. Two militants his nourish cautious United States has been very frustrated Pakistan's inability to take. Any action against militant groups some of these groups are supported United, States alleges by. The Pakistan's powerful military intelligence if you remember at the start of two thousand eighteen President Trump accused Pakistan

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Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Ecuador, Venezuela and BBC discussed on BBC World Service

"Border controls coming into force in Peru to limit the influx of migrants fleeing the economic crisis in Venezuela similar restrictions, were introduced in Ecuador last week but they've been overturned by a court Katie Watson has. More? Details in the past few days Ecuador's laid on dozens of buses to move Venezuelans through the country. Trying to get as many as possible to the Peruvian border before the new restrictions come in it's been referred to as a humanitarian Cardo but there's another motivation. To it's not an Ecuador's interests have thousands of Venezuelans stranded in the country with nowhere to, go and, as judge's ruling on does Ecuador's efforts. To, stem the flow of people coming through the economic situation is worse Listening and more and more. People are leaving Venezuela every day and what's being referred to as Latin America's worst migrant crisis in its history

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News BBC news with Eileen McCue the judge in Malaysia says there is enough evidence for two women to be. Tried for, murder over the death of the half brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jong UN the pairs smeared. The deadly nerve agent VX onto Kim Jong-Nam face it Kuala. Lumpur airport last year, defense lawyers say the women were lured by North Korean agents Cinta carrying out what they thought was a prank. Officials in the Afghan capital Kabul say armed men have launched an attack on a training centre used by. The intelligence services residents report hearing gunfire Shares in the Italian, company that runs the country's, motorways were suspended following the collapse in Genoa of the Miranda bridge on Tuesday. The nature open twenty, five percent lower thirty nine people died ten still unaccounted for China and the United States to hold further talks on their trade. Dispute, the, two countries have imposed tariffs worth tens of billions of dollars on each other's goods mortgage you next week More than three hundred. News organizations have the United States have published editor aerials in defense of press freedom the Boston Globe said it was. Dangerous for President Trump to call his critics. Enemies of the people, politicians across the divide in Northern Ireland have condemned a crowd an annual. Catholic festival in Londonderry for gloating about the. Murder of four police and prison officers the names of the dead men were emblazoned. On bonfires Italian government says it will ban imports of hundreds of types of scrap electronics within six months to protect the environment it will also banned plastic within two years the environment ministers said Thailand must not, become the world's rubbish bin and tests on a prehistoric mummy have found that inch to gyp shins we're using a basic embalming fluid more than a thousand. Years earlier than previously thought scientists say the ingredients where much the same as those used preserve. Faeroes BBC news I.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Join me money chesterton the science and innovations hoping to stop the blur that's after the bbc bulletin bbc news with eileen mccue journalist has been killed in the latest clashes between the police and antigovernment protestors in nicaragua president daniel ortega has promised to review the pension reforms that led to the protests but the demonstrators say talks can only begin after the government has stopped violent repression talks on ending the political crisis in armenia have ended within minutes of starting the televised talks broke up after the protest leader nicole passion yon said he would only discuss the resignation of the prime minister's sarah circassian a former president whom he accuses of trying to cling onto power causing mr circassian two walkout french politicians intellectuals and religious leaders have signed an impassioned manifesto urging action against what they termed a new anti semitism they condemn what they call quiet ethnic pershing driven by increasing slimmest radicalism abetted by media silence iran says it's ready to start enriching uranium again if president trump scraps the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the agreement lifted economic sanctions softer tehran limited its nuclear program but mr trump honk us it favors iran and once the european signatories to have a new agreement ready next month being a suicide bomb attack outside a voter registration station in the afghan capital kabul at least four people were killed when the assailant detonated explosives apparently targeting people queuing outside the building russia says nine suspected militants plotting a terrorist act of being killed in the southern mainly muslim region of dagestan the operation was carried out by special forces in two areas in the city of derby on saturday european union and mexico say they have reached an agreement in principle on a new free trade deal the european commission said practically all bilateral trade in goods including agricultural produce would be dutyfree abc news.

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India seeks death penalty for rape of girls under 12

BBC World Service

02:30 min | 3 years ago

India seeks death penalty for rape of girls under 12

"The american kendrick lamar become the first rapper to win the pulitzer prize for music he's been cooled the bob dylan of hip hop song writers has become the anthem of the black lives matter movement join me mark coals to find out how kendrick lamar has gone from one of the toughest neighborhoods in the united states right to the very top that's coming up in a profile of kendrick lamar here on the bbc world service right after the news bbc news with eileen mccue china via nited states and south korea have welcomed an announcement from north korea that is suspending its nuclear and missile tests and closing its nuclear site north korea's leader kim jong un said tests were being halted because the country had completed its goal of developing nuclear weapons the government of nicaragua says it's ready to begin talks with people who've been protesting against social security reforms the vice president made the announcement after three days of violent clashes between demonstrators and police at least ten people have died venezuela's president nicolas maduro has visiting cuba to meet the new leader of one of his country's few remaining allies he arrived a day after miguel diaz canal took power as cuba's president the un security council is holding talks at a remote farmhouse surrounded by pastures at the southern tip of sweden this meeting at the summer home of the former u n chief doug hammarskjold is a rare session outside new york it's expected to focus on the syrian crisis a baby girl has been raped and murdered in the indian city of indoor the latest in a string of child rapes that have been described as a national emergency for india the child had been asleep with her parents on the street when she was abducted the prime minister is due to chair a cabinet session to consider introducing the death penalty for the crime there are continuing efforts to restore order to the south african city of my king after three days of violent protests presidents roh ramaphosa who's visited the city has promised further talks with people who accused the provincial premier of corruption something he denies and italian conservationists seromba instigating the death of a rare brown bear during an operation to capture and fit him with a tracking device the bear belong to an endangered subspecies of which only about fifty remain that's the latest from bbc news.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Public radio good morning we will remain with the bbc world service right up until weekend edition with scott simon which begins at five and scott simon and the npr news team will have the very latest as well on the syrian situation that's all ahead the next several hours here on koa weedy public radio it's a saturday morning the time is three thirty a sunny day for the bay area today highs in the mid sixties to the seventies listening to especially extended edition of the newsroom from the bbc world service focusing on the western military strikes in syria coming up in the next half hour strong condemnation of the action by iran in the early morning attack on syria was a crime i clearly declare here that the us president francis president and the uk prime minister are criminals and they have committed a crime fast some reason us this far bbc news with eileen mccue the syrian president bashar al assad says the early morning missile strikes on his country by the us written franz of made him more determined than ever to fight terrorism in his first comment since the strike mr assad said the west was losing credibility president trump speaking live on television as the attacks began said the cruise missiles targeted chemical weapons sites blamed for gas attack on civilians and duma a week ago we are prepared to sustain this response until the syrian.

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Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

BBC Newshour

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

"World service i'm paul henley coming up the diplomatic game of brinkmanship between russia and the west continues as russians worry the closure of the us consulate in some petersburg will harm their ability to get travel visas rework i'm fell to go to nearby contres now i cannot even imagine the size of the closure of the council of being petersburg will cost ambassadors from countries that expelled russian diplomats have been called into the foreign ministry in moscow the kenyan opposition figure deported to dubai fights for return to his home country i have a right to be i have no right to decide where i go way shit with what i say nobody should question me when i decide to exercise those rights and how american liberals found a new way of putting pressure on the conservative media first the news hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news russia has taken further diplomatic measures against britain in the escalating dispute over the poisoning of the former russian spicer gays cripple the russian foreign ministry had earlier summoned the envoys of a number of western countries which have expelled its diplomats toward a reciprocal measures the expulsions mostly impacting on russia's relationship with britain and with the united states sarah raynsford reports from moscow it was yesterday that the us ambassador was called in and sixty american diplomats are to be expelled they've been given a week to go as well we know before that's twentythree british diplomats being expelled as part of this whole tit for tat and in fact today we've learned that.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello i'm eileen mccue was the bbc news russia's says the european union is being drawn into an anti russian campaign instigated by britain and the united states the eu has recalled it some basseterre from moscow over the recent nerve agent attack in britain against a russian former double agent meanwhile british diplomats expelled by moscow in retaliation for a similar measure by britain have begun to leave a sarah raynsford reports there was applause from british diplomats says the convoy of vehicles dry fouts of the embassy compound with their colleagues on board as the british diplomats headed for the airport the kremlin spokesman expressed regret that the us decision to recall it sambas data for consultations dmitry peskov repeated russian criticism that such decisions are being made with no evidence of russian involvement in the attack in salisbury russia's foreign minister accused the u k a frantically trying to force its ally is into confrontation with russia reports from south western france at least two people were killed when a gunman opened fire and took several people hostage at a supermarket and the tone of tramp hugh scofield reports from paris gunman is inside the supermarket but it's not clear if he's alone or is holding people hostage according to witnesses the man ended the supermarket faren his weapon and shouting that he was a soldier of the name the french used for so called islamic state group earlier the same man had driven behind a group of crs riot policemen who were out jogging in civilian dress he opened fire and injured one man it's being reported now that the gunman has demanded the release from custody of salah abdel salaam he's the lone survivor of the group of men who carried out the gun and bomb attacks in paris in november two thousand fifteen european union leaders have adopted the.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Bye bye the core bed resolve burden moore's long mad this is the bbc news hello i'm eileen mccue the us vice president mike pence said that the agreement on a summit between the leaders of the us and north korea is the result of donald trump's tough strategy against pyongyang he said on social media that all sanctions would remain in place until north korea to concrete steps to end its nuclear program barbara plateau share reports from washington vice president mike pence said the unexpected invitation from north korea was a response to the tough sanctions and diplomatic isolation the us had made zero concessions but analysts point out that neither has kim jongun main any substantive concessions to get this meeting there are no details yet about when and where it will happen but according to reports mr trump accepted the invitation immediately when it was conveyed by a south korean envoy the move surprised his advisers but it is consistent with his improve azazel approach to foreign policy he would be the first sitting american president to meet with a north korean leader the kenyan president who can jasa and the opposition leader ayatollah danga has promised to begin a process of reconciliation after last year's bitterly contested election the two men spoke together after holding their first public meeting since the poll the us secretary of state rex tillerson who's in nairobi described the meeting as a positive step but said democratic space in kenya wash ring king an aid convoy unsuccessfully unloaded its food supplies in the besieged syrian rebel held in clave of eastern gouta despite reports of shelling.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Planned summit between donald trump and kim jongun to discuss north korea's nuclear missile program president trump said he would meet king on i may too cheap hormone on the nuclear rise asian pot is the north's really about to give up its nuclear weapons we'll certainly meeting that has taken place today to bitter political rivals agreed to bury the hatchet kenya's opposition leader raila odinga and the president to hurricane yet starting today you will begin a of the people of this can see what is what leads visual amongst we look forward to the support of every single king class radio for the death and new recordings by the late jimmy hendrix all of that admiral after the news hello i'm eileen mccue was the bbc news china and south korea have welcomed the news that president trump has agreed to meet the north korean leader kim jong un by the end of may a chinese foreign ministry spokesman urged them to show political courage to maintain momentum barber played osher looks at the reaction in washington i think the big shock to washington is event kim jongun has put this on the table as your came as so invested in his nuclear program is a great deal of scepticism here about whether he's really serious box president trump i'm seems quite willing to take him on at least have talks about talks and i can see that this would really appeal to mr trump he has swung wildly between threatening and insulting kim jongun and on the other hand musing about the possibility of meeting him you remember the in the campaign he he said we could or maybe sit down and have.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Half of them to fill the news and since our sense of risk and probability is driven by anecdotes an images narratives rather than by data unless we actually see the data weakened miss the fantastic progress that has been made by stevie pinga on hardtalk after the news hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news the afghan president ashraf ghani has made an offer of peace talks to the taliban at a meeting of twenty five countries and organisations involved in what's called the cobble process mystic any proposed a ceasefire underneath of prisoners he also offered the eventual recognition of the taliban as a legitimate political group president gonese said it was now up to the taliban to take the process forward mall dolan these lukewarm with in the eye how shocked that we're making this offer without any preconditions in order to lead to a peace agreement i call on the taliban and their leadership today the decision is in your hands i accept peace a dignified peace president trump's soninlaw and seen you'd adviser jared kushner has had his security clearance at the white house stone graded this means he will lose access to sensitive material including secret intelligence reports is thought mr kouchner's complicated business dealings may have led to the change so far he has been working with interim clearance the european union is due to publish of the first draft of its brexit withdrawal treaty setting out in legally binding techs the proposed terms of persons departure the document is expected to say that northern ireland will have to follow the rules of the eu single market if other solutions can be agreed to avoid hard border with the irish republic ireland's eu spokesman new richmond said the border issue must be resolved brags it happens in thirteen months time reassuring speeches on soothing noises are known use of this aid unless we see substantial data which we haven't seen the research take note by my committee show there is no real solution to a bar maintaining that there's no border on the island of our then as well as main opposition coalition has expelled the former state governor henry phalcon after he announced he would stand against president nicolas maduro in april selection in defiance of appoint caught mr vow coned defended the.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news the afghan presindential afgani has made an offer of peace talks to the taliban he made the announcement at a meeting of twenty five countries and organisations involved in what's called the cobble process or to walker has the details frozen gonave proposed a ceasefire and the release of prisoners he also offered to eventually recognize the taliban as a legitimate political group as part of a process aimed at ending more than sixteen years of conflict mr ghani said he would be ready to accept a review of afghanistan's constitution in an apparent policy shift on monday the taliban called for direct talks with the united states which is heavily involved in the wall civilian casualties have soared in recent months as the militant group has on at least a wave of bloodshed in urban areas president trump's soninlaw and senior adviser jared kushner has had his security clearance at the white house dunk graded this means he will lose access to sensitive material including secret intelligence reports is thought mr kouchner's complicated business dealings may have led to the change nick bryant reports jericho asia his big nicknamed the secretary for everything he's been instructed by his father law to forge middle east peace liaised with mexico of the appoint mad with china but for the time being i'll have to perform these sensitive rolls were that access to top secret information rich the christner's spokesperson told the bbc it wouldn't affect his important work but he won't be able anymore to read the president's daily brief a secret intelligence report of will be expected to leave the room when highlyclassified issues of disgust nick bryant reporting the european union is due to publish the first draft of its brexit' withdrawal treaty setting out in legally binding text the proposed terms of britain's departure the document his believed to say that northern ireland will have to follow the rules of the eu single market if other solutions can't be agreed to avoid hard border with the irish republic tony connolly europe head attorney for the irish broadcaster rte explains what he expected to see in the.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Five six 200 one will catch you next week hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news president putin has ordered who it's being described as a humanitarian pause in syria's eastern gouta the rebelheld suburb of damascus that's been under assault by progovernment forces for more than a week his plan is for the bombardment to stop for five hours a day which would allow civilians to leave the enclave russia's defence ministry says syrian government attacks will be suspended during the break in fighting here's jeremy bowen if it works president putin's announcement of a daily humanitarian truce is the best use the hardpressed people in these in guja have had since the bombardment started more than a week ago it's progress but it's not full implementation of the un resolution which calls for a ceasefire across syria operations against the jewish artists of islamic state and alqaeda are excluded from the ceasefire resolution but moscow also says it will continue to hit jay shall islam it's by far the most powerful opposition group in eastern gouta backed by the saudis and has been in the geneva peace talks the nigerian military sends troops swear withdrawn from debt town days before an islamist attack on a school there because the area was secure earlier the governor of yobe state where the attack took place blamed the withdrawal for the kidnapping stephanie hegarty reports this statement is an admission of sorts in it the army acknowledge the troops were pulled out of depth she town in the runup to the attack last monday but he claims that soldiers were redeployed because dap g was considered relatively secure it was the job of the police it said lead to continue to secure the town it wasn't until six days after the attack that the government acknowledged that one hundred and ten girls were taken germany has moved a step closer to ending months of political deadlock with the approval of a planned coalition by chancellor angela merkel's christian democrat party members of the centreleft social democrat still need to approve the coalition deal the us supreme court has refused to allow the trump administration to go ahead with an early march deadline to end the.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The winning russian athlete at the winter olympic games fails a drugs test his coach suspects his drink was spiked we'll hear about the drug what there we looking up his the amounts of the drug this has been founded lear and songpil on seeing whether that adds up to longer term of abuse school a single one of spiking as well as the shock of drug taking the sport of curling also we'll talk about the justice being meted out to those women who married islamic state mila sense in iraq there is a significant art auction coming up including works by matisse monet and picasso for decades to be found in the rockefeller family my absolute favorite is the you already matisse's odalisque which hung in their weekend house for many many years and the winners at the british academy of film and tv arts wilson known as the best as all coming up after the news hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news turkey has warned the syrian government against helping kurdish fighters after reports that progovernment militias would shortly enter the kurdishheld area of a frene in northern syria the turkish foreign minister mevlude trump show who said that no one could stop turkish soldiers who launched an offensive backed by allied fighters on a free last month syrian state media said that progovernment forces would move into a frene as part of a deal with the kurds yes ebastine osha the codes are pretty strong force they be back by the us to be very important in the battle against islamic state group for example so that no pushover but they probiotic match for the combined might of the turkish army and the other forces with them so this is a new development in that battle the syrian government not its own troops again but its forces i think this would be the national defence force which is essentially a semiofficial militia which has been doing most of the fighting on the ground on the government's ball for a long time enough latvia's anticorruption agency has given its reason for detaining the head of the central bank accusing him of demanding a large bright dummy eberhard has more details ylmaz room shavich as has been.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Unusual assignment for our beijing correspondent severe little bit disconcerting about lending my facial daesh to the chinese state but what will the chinese police do with his and millions of other people's data all that after the news hello i'm eileen mccue was the bbc news the european union's foreign policy chief federico mccranie has insisted that the block cool not recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel as president trump did last week she was speaking in brussels alongside the israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu coventy is in brussels during a brief an awkward press conference in brussels benyamin netanyahu and federica moderinise guerini stuck together but disagreed markedly with each other's position federica mogari knee reiterated that the eu believes the only option on the table for jerusalem is one which will lead to the city being the capital for both israel and palestine the socalled twostate solution benyamin netanyahu said he believed european countries would follow the us lead and moved their embassies to jerusalem in future and he said president trump's announcements have been an acknowledgement of jewish history and european commission spokesman has described the for preliminary deal reached with britain last friday as a gentleman's agreement margaritis can us said it was his understanding that the british government fully backed it formerly speaking the joined report is not legally binding because it is not yet v article fifty withdrawal agreement but we see the joint report off michelle about an yet and david davies s a deal between gentleman and it is.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Money we're talking by over what period of time president trump to uses his twitter account to share several antimuslim videos posted by farright british group and the final ruling of the international criminal tribunal for the former yugoslavia has been suspended after one of the appellants declared he taken poison oak coming up after the niece hello i'm eileen mccue is the bbc news the final rulings that the international tribunal for the former yugoslavia have been suspended amid dramatic scenes when one of the six palestinian croat prisoners slobodan praljak drank liquid he said was poisoned nasacort had been ruling on the appeals against the six men's convictions for crimes including ethnic cleansing of bosnian muslims during the war of the early 1990s the ruling will bring to an end more than twenty years network by the court mahala can reports from the hake this was supposed to be a routine hearing bus as his judgment was being red apps slavic dan crowley raised his hand to his mice tipped his head back and appear to swallow something the judge immediately ordered proceedings to be halted and the curtains to be brought down before they were lowered the courtroom could be seen in a state of confusion the judge cold for the glass or bustle mr prodi i could drunk from to be retains outsized the ambulances arrived firecrews wearing oxygen tanks on their backs run insights this was not the ending the court had envisaged president trump's twitter account has reached tweeted three inflammatory antimuslim videos posted by a farright british group the tweets whereby jet of france and the deputy neither of the fringe group britain first who is currently o'neill facing charges of causing religiously aggravated harassment jonathan markers has the details one of the videos is titled islamists more pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death the second this captioned muslim destroys the statue of the virgin mary of the third claims to show what it calls it was the migrant beating odd dutch boy on crutches the first two clearly in the middle east and setting in one an individual appears to be carrying an islamic state flag of france in is ready facing four charges of religiously aggravated harassment which she denies the presidential tweets have grown strong criticism brendan cox husband of the.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news the russian prime minister dmitry medvedev says new sanctions imposed by the united states are tantamount to declaring a fullscale trade war mr medvedev said the measures signed reluctantly by donald trump demonstrated the complete impotence of the us president who he said had been humiliated by congress for washington laura baker reports president trump signed the bill behind closed doors and in a statement he described the measures as significantly flawed the phil limits the president's ability to lift or waive sanctions against russia it also lays the you asked to deny entry in revoked the visas of individuals mr trump accused congress which unanimously voted for the sanctions overstepping its authority the russian foreign ministry said the measures put paid to hopes that relations with the new american administration would improve in response vladimir putin has ordered the us the caught seven hundreds and 55 diplomatic staff from its embassy and consulates by september the first the head of venezuela's electoral council to be signed lucena has rejected allegations of fraud during the controversial constituent assembly elections called by president nicolas maduro which were held on sunday earlier until nieto makika the head of smart matic the londonbased company that provided the voting system for venezuela said the electoral authorities inflated the turnout figure by at least one million lou grant reports the madonna of government and the chinese government before it heralded its voting system was fooled us and is now in conflict with the very company try the to lend legitimacy president madonna lose issues however go further than just this vote despite being the subject of international pressure and sanctions he is continuing to swear in the new deputies and push ahead with the controversial new legislative body with opposition supporters planning to demonstrate as the assembly try to sit for the first time the potential for further conflict is currently never far from the surface in venezuela will grant reporting scientists have issued a stark warning that hundreds of millions of people in south asia will face potentially unsurvivable temperatures by the end of the century due to global warming our environment spendint mcgraw reports one critical element for.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news the chinese president xi jinping's says beijing won't tolerate any challenge to its sovereignty in hong kong he was speaking at a ceremony on the twentieth anniversary of the handover of the former british colony juliana leo was watching he didn't explicitly men russian the pro independence movement in hong kong but there's no doubt in my mind that that part of that speech very much refers to that movement it is not i should say a mainstream movement and in fact according to opinion polls younger people who've into the most ardent supporters of the proindependence movement seemed to be less enthuse does he asked take than they had been even a year ago but obviously the fact that this movement exists at all is very embarrassing the chinese president so it's very clear to me that that is what he's talking about that is the movement he's targeting the un has agreed nearly six hundred million dollar cut to its sanyo peacekeeping budget washington has well come the measure but called for even deeper cuts david willis reports the united states is not the only country that's been pushing for cuts in the un peacekeeping budgets the european union and japan have also called for cost to be brain din but as the biggest contributor to the peacekeeping thumbed the u s under donald trump has been for us on the matter as part of its mission to reduce the us commitment to international organisations in general the budget cuts is expected to lead to the closure of the un peacekeeping mission in haiti and a scaling back of operations in the darfour region of sudan and the democratic republic of congo world leaders gathering in strasbourg for a day of events designed to commemorate the life of the late german chancellor helmut kohl from their qschool field a man revered as a giant of european unification will receive a farewell fitting of his stature his coffin draped in a european flag will be carried into the chamber of the european parliament where the representatives of the 28 for now eu nations hold their debates attending we'll be old friends from the past like bill clinton and the four spanish prime minister philby gonzaga's and they'll be speeches from the german and french leaders aglet merkel annual my call both of them no doubt drawing on helmet calls mery to try to fire up.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I will speak to former us senator joe lieberman on iran cancer on whether president trump should have fired his fbi chief i the news hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news twenty eight years after the hillsborough football stadium disaster britain's worstever sporting tragedy british prosecutors have announced their charging six people four of them are former policemen including david duck infield the commander on the day of the game at which ninety six liverpool fans were crushed to death is to be charged with manslaughter by gross negligence berry devon sides 18yearold son kristopher died in the disaster he said he was happy with the decision of the prosecutors absoulutely delighted we've got to do everything we of us astle the decision in my opinion were correct watt killer and we look forward to the jew process through the courts of law france's biggest bank bnp paribas hand the french supermarket chain osho are among the latest victims of tuesday's cyber attack that has been spreading around the world some businesses in asia asia have also reported disruption experts say the attack seems to have been aimed mainly businesses in ukraine and the effect spread globally from there the world's biggest shipping line denmarkbased maersk was also affected its chief commercial officer vincent clarke told the bbc how the company was dealing with the impact yet is contained systems are still are still have to make sure that we get out the software ablaze to prevent such as our from occurring again and also that we don't want you get systems backup to she'd infection start again ships are operational are sailing safely do not rely on say network workers as we do do to conduct operation but there are a number of processes that we cannot broke today's which just the eu orders reports from eastern syria say at least thirty civilians have been killed in an era turkana region held by the islamic state group it's the second report in two days of an airstrike killing civilians in the area ellen johnston reports the britishbased syrian observatory for human rights said.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After the latest world news hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news seven us navy crew are missing after us destroyer collided with a container ship off the east coast of japan the commanding officer of the warship and two others have been injured and airlifted by japanese helicopter the japan needs coastguard has sent search vessels and planes to the area from tokyo rupert wingfield hayes reports the us lady says is not known whether the seven missing sailors were dragged overboard during the collision or attract somewhere inside the damage ship the uss fitzgerald sustained heavy damage both above and below oh the waterline a huge gash can be seen below the ship's bridge where the bow of the philippine carter vessel carved deep into the fitzgerald superstructure the us navy destroyer has taken on water and is noticeably listing but he's not in dangerous sinking the cuban government has said it's willing to continue cooperating with eni states to improve relations but said any attempts to violated sovereign teheran pose political and economic change would fail earlier president trump announced that he was reversing agreements signed by his predescessor barack obama will grant his in havana over the past two years most cubans who dare to hope the days of if such open hostility from the president of the united states were behind them however it was always likely that president trump would robot komati called the previous administrations one sided deal with cuba in the end limited himself to reimposing certain travel and trade restrictions eased by president obama as the white house his new cuba policy comes into force over the next few months it will become clear if this will mean any significant change for us visitors us businesses and ordinary cubans a jury in the us state of minnesota has acquitted.

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"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"eileen mccue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"On the times in which we could completely rely on others a more or less over so who can europe rely on the could be a surprising answer dreamworks gently she she china will continue to implement promises made in the paris agreement also in this program we less than a week from the british general election and the power and fragility of the it that rules the world all that after this hello i'm eileen mccue with the bbc news the us defense secretary james mattis has sought to reassure asian allies of america's continuing support by criticising chinese island building in the south china sea general mattis said beijing's militarization of the region was under mining stability that he also praised china's efforts to reduce nuclear tensions he was speaking as a regional security conference in singapore we cannot a sharp chinese action that impinge on the interest of the international community undermining the rule based ordered the benefit all countries here today while competition between the us and china the world's two largest economies is bound to occur conflict is not inevitable our two countries can and do cooperate for mutual benefit despite these comments some think president trump is giving china more leeway in the south china sea in an effort to enlist support in tackling north korea china has not yet commented on mr mattis's.

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