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New Caledonia voters choose to stay part of France

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00:48 sec | 10 months ago

New Caledonia voters choose to stay part of France

"Pacific archipelago of New New Caledonia have decided against independence from France. NPR's Eleanor Beard, so he reports 53% of margin was tighter. In the previous referendum Two years ago in 18 2056% of voters chose to remain part of France. New Caledonia became French in 18 53 under Emperor Napoleon, the third, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew and heir. The archipelago Some 2000 miles east of Australia, was used for decades as a prisoner colony. French citizenship was granted to all can AKs in 1957. Referendums are the final steps of a process that started 30 years ago after years of violence that pitched pro independence activists against those wishing to remain part of France. As

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Signs of confusion that need to be cleared up turkey is long complained about us support for kurdish fighters in syria and has recently massed military forces on its side of the border threatening a possible military operation if its security is threatened peter kenyon npr news istanbul the national weather service says frigid cold persists across much of the south today with icy conditions and lots of snow meteorologist tim armstrong says winter weather advisories are posted for north carolina part of eastern north carolina from a newborn up toward rallied happened typically more snow than we did but we are expecting cold weather to build back into the carolina today in tonight high today only thirty two around forty and low tonight deepened of the 20th again heavy snow over parts of georgia is making driving conditions dangerous state and local officials are urging people to stay home until the roads clear the wintry weather has affected airline flights especially flights going to or originating from atlanta you listening to npr french president emmanuel macron is on his first official trip across the english channel meeting british prime minister theresa may npr's eleanor beardsley reports the two leaders are working out their country's new relationship since the united kingdom voted to leave the eu mackerel on may aimed to deepen cooperation in addressing terrorism and the migration crisis at the bilateral summit near london britain also wants to strengthen ties with france before leaving the european union next may in what is being called a piece of diplomatic theatre macro is expected to offer to loan the by your tapestry to britain the famed and fragile nine hundred and forty one year old embroidery recounts william the conqueror's norman conquest of britain in ten 66 it is never left france the two leaders will address the sensitive issue of immigration and agreement stipulates that france polices britain southern border in calais mackall wants britain to contribute more in controlling migrants who come to calais in the hopes of illegally crossing to britain eleanor beards.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The rest of their lives and realize what they've been part up i think that's really troubling and i think that there may have been others who at home are slowly coming into a realization of just what they've done where does the change need to happen where chanat happen i think that the universities and colleges at this country made at profound mistake in the middle of the last century in the 1960s when they decided that they were going to partner with fraternities and have offices of greek life and have some kind of supervision over the fraternities fraternities were not created to be another nice club you could join unlike the chess club they were created to be outlawed organisations private clubs and i think universities and colleges need to stop advertising them promoting them suggesting the parents that they had any ability to supervise their behavior they have proven over and over again in all of these events will we have dead young man that they can't supervise them kaitlan flanagan is a contributing editor at the atlantic you can find her reporting in the november issue caitlyn thanks so much thanks for having me cigarettes are about to get a lot more expensive in france the government hopes to bring down the country's high smoking rate by nearly doubling the price of a pack which sounds great if you're campaigning for public health and not so great if you're a french tobacco shop owner anne pierce eleanor beards the report in paris hundreds of tobacco shops closed and their owners came out to block intersections in protest tobacconists said the price rise is only the latest in a spate of repressive measures brand packages were banned last year all french cigarettes now come in the same white packwood the big picture of a diseased oregon on the front tobacconists matti valley cool says enough is enough when the fucking is he boop who digital if defeat on cycle do you know a lot of small business owners who have been working hard for 25 years and all of a.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of state from around europe will be there alongside president trump emmanuel macron is one of them the new french president has been in office for a little over two months and his party has had a huge majority in parliament some say the concentration of power in one man and the party he founded is worrisome and pierce eleanor beards the report on the man some are calling king macro the transformation was immediate the night he was elected the approachable candidate emmanuel macron the one who kicked soccer balls around with kids was gone juve said i can feel earnings rose place emerged s solitary figure filled with or avi qasim said on election night commentators talked excitedly about the symbolism as mac strode across the courtyard of the louvre palace of french kings to beethoven's ode to joy luck him of the european union political analyst kristoff barbie a says the french may have thought they were electing a young modern league peter but mackall is actually an old style president he walks very flew very slew weaver putin invests i very through in the evening of severe three a just like you would want to say to us i take my time because i am the son of the very very long story in a perfectly choreographed meeting with russian president vladimir putin invest side last month mackall used the grander of french kings till wow putin and master the encounter pollster ed.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr knees in washington i'm luiz given a for the first time since two thousand five the state of arkansas has executed a prisoner following the latest in a series of protracted legal battles bobby amazon of arkansas public media reports from comments prison the arkansas department of correction injected fifty one year old went down with a lethal blend of progress we had been on death row more than two decade put a beating death of twenty six year old governor we it apartment had wanted to begin the execution jumped up to seven pm central but last minute appeals required action from the eighth circuit court and finally the us supreme court which ultimately denied leaf mold the eleven power another inmate scheduled to die johnson was given a day by the arkansas supreme court three others have also had their executions postponed when pr new i'm bobby amplify on inside the common unit of the arkansas prison system unknown terror suspect has killed a french police officer and wounded two others in an attack in paris claim by isis as npr as eleanor beard sleigh reports the attack comes just two days before voting and the first round of the presidential election the attacker drove his car on to paris his most iconic boulevard the sounds an opening fire with an automatic weapon isis claimed the shooting hours later the killer has been identified as a thirty nine year old frenchman who had already been sentenced to fifteen years in prison in two thousand and five for murder the shooting occurred just as the eleven presidential candidates were appearing far last time on television three of the major candidates.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Relations we'll be just fine without the eu eleanor beards impair news mess france congress last month repealed a set of regulations that would have put hefty restrictions on internet service providers so what are these companies know about us and what can they do with that information and protect reporter alina sell you told us what the rules were and what the repeal means the rules were meant to give people more control over the data that the internet providers collect about them telecom and cable companies were supposed to start getting explicit consent from customers before selling some of the more sensitive information things related to finance or health and there were other requirements for increased transparency insecurity said they were going to have to get your actual consent before they could sell that information the technical term was opt in so given that those rules won't be going into effect does that mean let's say my internet provider say comcast can sell to an advertiser a package that says here's what ludicrous of our reads online and watches on tv full so practically that's unlikely you might have seen some stories of a activists pouncing back against the lawmakers who repealed the rules folks were raising tons of money online tens of thousands of dollars to presumably by the browsing history and other data about those lawmakers themselves sort of you sold our privacy will will by yours but that's not exactly how this market works you can't go to comcast and say give me everything you've got on senator jeff flake and frankly the advertisers don't really sit around and say let's go after lulu or alina they say let's go after all women in particular age group in the washington area and then they buy ad targeting for individuals in that cohort okay so what data due internet providers actually collect them a lot of what they know the advertisers can actually ready get elsewhere however in aggregate these companies do see.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Relations will be just fine without the eu eleanor beards louis impair news mess france congress last month repealed a set of regulations that would have put hefty restrictions on internet service providers so what are these companies know about us and what can they do with that information and protect reporter alina sell you told us what the rules were and what the repeal means the rules were meant to give people more control over the data that the internet providers collect about them telecom and cable companies were supposed to start getting explicit consent from customers before selling some of the more sensitive information things related to finance or health and there were other requirements for increased transparency insecurity said they were gonna have to get your actual consent before they could sell that information the technical term was opt in so given that those rules won't be going into effect does that mean let's say my internet provider say comcast can sell to an advertiser a package that says here's what little garcia of our reads online and watches on tv full of practically that's unlikely you might have seen some stories of a activists pouncing back against the lawmakers who repealed the rules folks were raising tons of money online tens of thousands of dollars to presumably by the browsing history and other data about those lawmakers themselves sort of you sold our privacy will will by yours but that's not exactly how this market works you can't go to comcast and say give me everything you've got on senator jeff flake and frankly the advertisers don't really sit around and say let's go after lulu or alina they say let's go after all women in a particular age group in the washington area and then they buy ads targeting for individuals in that cohort okay so what data due internet providers actually collect them a lot of what they know the advertisers can actually ready get elsewhere however in aggregate these companies do see.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Government is responsible given what i do getting my line of lark given our going involved with the democratic opposition russia for many years and given the nature of the regime that we have a not country and this moment i think frankie there is no other explanation it was his first full links interviewed a care mirza gave since coming out of a como months ago he says there's no reason other than por is in for a healthy man in a smidge thirties to suffer such an illness he's now being treated by doctor sinti us and stone the process of recover the french presidential candidate fronts healthy owns as coming about large turn out of rally in hopes of saving is candid the saints and peers on appearance or reports if you on this fighting an investigation and allocation said he created a fake job for us why theo says he's hoping forty five thousand people will show up to supporting matt paris is truck in era plaza now in this get third place he was considered issue in for the presidency just two months ago but now many and is party are calling for him to step aside and be replaced by another candidate before it's too late a french alike a new president in april and may and a two round vote feels demise has plans the election into uncertainty and propelled the thirty nine year old emmanuel my crown to the front the unlikely candidate served briefly as economy minister but is never been elected to public office eleanor beard xliii in pierre news paris government is somalia says more than one hundred in for people have died among region alone over the past few days because of an ongoing drought in cares eight or for all to reports a country has to clarence a drought of national disaster the country's prime minister has signed a league high year iii says that that drought has increased the presence of walker point diseases and hungry people are less able to fight off illness in some parts of the country there have been reports of outbreaks a fiery up in missiles about half the population or six point two million people the organization says are in urgent need of eight china's premier is pledging to make the country sky's blue again in a speech at the opening of china's forever stamp parliament the nationals.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Shocking ludicrous appalling and insane another member hope hot seat of a rocky descent said the new measures from the white house regret his done travel to the us misses mays chief that it's cool opponent meanwhile such eat fail to defend british values by not good ounce in as the trump's hideous actions but the number ten dot in st and shortly off the midnight the promises office issued a belated statement on the batum we do not agree with this kind of approach and said and it's not one we will be taking and be on news on the monson on than police in canada say six people were killed in eight were wondered at the core back sitting islamic cultural center sunday evening to people were arrested shortly after the shooting which canadian prime minister justin trudeau called a terrorist attack on muslims this is andy are news the french socialist party has chosen a presidential candidate from the far left of the party rejecting the more center scandal that the former prime minister and the arizona virtually reports the primary result is a surprising upset forty nine year old beno of all emerged from obscurity on the socialist laugh to win the primary first round a getting six other candidates last weekend sunday night in the run off he defeated former prime minister manny well mouse to become the socialist party price is it until candidate and mall who's signature plan is a guaranteed universal income briefly served as education minister under president hans while not on he left the government accusing on on him abandoning core socialist ideals to embrace more pro business policies along as president see split the french laughed analysts predict mainstream socialist voters may not stick with them all in a pulls presidential election eleanor beard three in candies paris in response to president trump's werder on refugees the starbucks coffee chain says it will hire ten thousand refugees.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's also a source of in here eighty we know we there are terrorists hiding amenable grave migrants so how much longer are we going to continue on life but not everything is going with parents way she's had to adapt her campaign to some unforeseen events unpopular socialist president hans well known does no longer running and a social conservative cost while fee all is the surprise choice as presidential candidate of the mainstream right feel a support of traditional catholic values could attract many of the voters look penn had been counting on johnny of cam to with the french institute for strategic an international affairs says look and is now adopting trump's tactics cheese are going to the left on the economy ends talk show issue that is explaining pillar worker that governor is a candidate bat yeah do it because let then says they hurt the rights of hardworking people cam is says except for immigration de far right and far laughed have nearly identical platforms live penn says the labels left and right don't mean anything anymore today split is between those who support global organizations i know open borders and those who want strong nation states no yeah don't get mess you'll don't i see the right return of sovereign nation's with their orders protections and patriotism she says from out main the and rex it and the election of donald trump herald the beginning of a new era french voters will decide if that's true when they go to the polls in april eleanor beard sleepy aren't a's.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Public radio eighty eight point five fmam this is all things considered for men p are news i'm sorry shapiro and i'm audi core niche plenty of vacation age thirty five our work week who wouldn't want to work in france well if you have doubts maybe this next bit of news will convince you a new log gives french employees the right to disconnect from work after hours as of january first many companies can no longer encroach on workers personal and family time and cares eleanor beard to reports you do too we no look at this video from a career management company for website shows a father reading little read riding good to is daughter while he continues to take work calls then he mistakenly called his lost the big bad will be added funny but staying connected to your job twenty four seven is not says labor law your packed tightly about it goes enough slowly receives in that else you mean a week hands and and up like an eleven pm that i can assure you that that that important cause i'm it can impact be employed help the saints government says more and more people are working way too many hours because they can not disconnect from the office they knew all skippy likes that companies with more than fifty workers must come up with the policy to enable their employees to disconnect it's a difficult issues says give our because the day get the culture also gives freedom and flexibility everybody is happy with a smart and all that but you texan okay because actually for employee they can't work at own look they don't have to an honda don't have to spend monday in eugenie will come but it's great pick they kind of oppose tape not me because they don't need all yeah out in the preference is up a company many large european companies and government departments already recognize the right of their employees to disconnect.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In nineteen sixty eight one of the man proponents of getting that in the election college and i've gone back and looked at the transcripts was my father who was majority with that the time i have to say i think he was wrong you think eli for college should stay it's okay i think that it has a very important role in terms of protecting minorities the and founders thought about small states keep in mind they were always against the tear in the of the majority we're not talking about racial minorities here we are signed talking about racial going why okay so you look at the african american vote nationwide it's twelve percent but in certain states it makes all the difference and so if race in send and the lack of twenty twelve election it was the african american vote now high oh pennsylvania michigan that put him over the top of the same of this manning vote nationwide it was eleven percent but in colorado nevada it makes all the difference and it's beginning to turn places like arizona in texas so it has the effect of giving minority voices i'm much allowed or voice than they would have in a national election some which would be by the way ryan in the media and run on the coast and we would not of hurting this election the voices of the people who felt so disenfranchised in the midwest coke you thanks very much commentator in comma skokie roberts the future is called ask okay she's joining us wednesday's to answer your questions you can tweet us at morning edition with the hashtag ask okay or join of the conversation on snapshot snap it's at anti are that agreement to evacuate civilian said the besieged eastern part of the city of a la pile has apparently been broken this morning there's word that there's a back you asians or stalled in the last twenty four hours civilian in east a lot they'll have pleaded for help in desperate videos broadcast on social media andrus eleanor beard say reports that the head of did municipal counsell from east a lot was in paris last night asking for help from the international community that's okay we had you have signed hagg are does he faced are rumored reporters over the last year this engineering father.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Much sorry about that for marco rubio who actually said today he thinks the secretary of state needs to have moral clarity and no conflicts of interest and he has serious concerns about taylor seven so this this this hearing this for tiller center the announcement of towson come just as congresses gearing up to look into russian hacking of political operative during the election something that donald trump a conclusion widely held by the intelligence community but one that donald trump has adamantly rejected he says i don't believe russia hacked so you're going to have these two forces coming together donald trump's view of russia is nomination of tiller center and congressional skepticism and we should to say briefly one no event that we're not expecting this week that we were expecting one point was trump but having the press coverage to talk about i was going to avoid conflicts of interest with of businesses ways president nope he's not going to do what he says so do it in january but he says he's not the best thing his son's will manage the business and he want to any new deals while he's president okay the thunder national political correspondent mara life's and my thanks a lot thanks a lot we're going to shift our focus now the syria we're government troops are closing in on the last two rebel held neighborhoods of the besieged city of a lot though and the situation for civilian is increasingly desperate so or somebody efforts to stop the bloodshed there and here's eleanor beard so reports that a french parliament or delegate is now making an unlikely call for western troops to be used to secure kind of humanitarian cord or to get civilian tout french congressman ever they might dollars part of the by partisan.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:41 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"And the fifth day of trot protestor taking place in philadelphia and new york city in manhattan demonstrators are holding signs in english and spanish some saying hate won't make us great also chanting we are here to stay for does are also planned in san francisco denver chicago and other cities commemorate chance today in paris a year to the day after coordinated attacks they're cross the city killed one hundred thirty people and cares allen obviously has more on sunday morning several wall plaques or unveiled near outdoor cafes or people were killed enjoying a mild november evening french president hans wild on them the mayor of paris were among those who observe yeah minute of silence grounds gathered all day in front of the back tecmo concert hall where there's now on marvel plaque out front hearing the names of the ninety people killed well enjoying a rock concert the concert hall reopened last night with that performance vice thing across paris the city's shift and la man latin motto says that thirteen hundreds reads out from bill boards trip to watch neck mair get to cost but not sunk eleanor beard xlii in para news paris at least two people are dead after a powerful seven point eight magnitude earthquake shipped new zealand according to the country's prime minister giants he prompting a tsunami warning was the team's recent it wasn't on lane solid say we now to where he's we're is hires to which would be about six and a half feet the earthquake happened just south of the capital of welington this is an p r news from washington but there's some reassuring news today for people who take.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:25 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"That is performing so we opening of the popped upon concert hall in paris last night a year ago terrorist storm the club during a concert taking hostage is for several hours in killing ninety people coordinated attacks that night across the city took the lives of one hundred and thirty people a year later and peers eleanor beard slate returns to the neighborhood for most of the attacks took place he has come back to work security for stings concert at the back that tall he was the security guard on duty at the front door a year ago when three terrence wearing explosives belts arrived shooting their way into the club didi save to hundreds of lives last november thirteenth by opening emergency exits and leading people to safety he doesn't want to use his last name because he says his receiving death threats from a slam my sticks stream as the d says he's doing better now he had a baby daughter this year and was awarded a national medal of honor phrase brave very but he says he doesn't know until ever be able to return to its job much of gone reports other losses should trip of do is i'm doing for this concert to see if i can do this job again you can't know until you're in the exact conditions again they aren't are it's dane began his runs or last night with a minute of silence to media wasn't allowed man but the audience shared the concert on social media ceremonies are being held across paris today in memory of those who lost their lives in the worst attack on france since world or two does it teaches do deaf and don't yay owns a beast drove the right across from two outdoor cafes where fourteen people in larger jessie me i saw the fire coming out of their guns he says yeah i don t a says the neighborhood has come back to live he shows me the plaque that has to be on failed today it's stills covering the hard more to an upper not give marquess equal vice we never forget of course but i don't think it's the season right winger remember i said lackey's transforming nice day faced it plays into it kind of pneumonia i thought again from scribes basically that forty one year old who returned to the back that can offer stings concert security guard d d saved.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:18 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"That is performing so we opening of the five to climb concert hall in paris last night a year ago tara storm the club during a concert taking hostage is for several hours in killing ninety people coordinated attacks that night across the city took the lives of one hundred and thirty people a year later and peers eleanor beard slate returns to the neighborhood for most of the attacks took place _d_b has come back to work security for stings concert at the back that can all he was the security guard on duty at the front door a year ago when three terrorist wearing explosive belts arrived shooting their way into the club didi save to hundreds of lives last november thirteenth by opening emergency exits and leading people to safety he doesn't want to use his last name because he says he's received death threats from a slam my sticks dream as the d says he's doing better now he had a baby daughter this year and was awarded a national medal of honor phrase brave very but he says he doesn't know until ever be able to return to its job much of gone jr to sell the last couple do this i'm going to this concert to see if i can do this job again you can't know until you're in the exact conditions again they are in the dark game began his concert last night with a minute of silence to media wasn't allowed an but the audience shared the concert on social media ceremonies are being held across paris today in memory of those who lost their lives in the worst attack on france since world war two he's a vicious to announce get fined don't yay owns a beast brodie right across from two outdoor cafes where fourteen people in march it's all the fire coming out of their guns he says i don t a says the neighborhood has come back to live he shows me the plaque that has to be on failed today it's stills covered in hard more what happened i give marcos equal vice we never forget of course but i don't think it's the c's are rightly can remember i said lackey's transforming nice day faced it plays into it kind of pneumonia i thought again from scribes basically that forty.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:31 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Trump strides and the grand majority of the rpm's are extremely worried by the prospect of a president trump still trump's anti immigrant anti muslim rhetoric is nothing new to the continent his positions are echoed by far right populous leaders across europe such as for fans is maddening let penn and hungary's richter or beyond europeans are eight one some baffled an impressed by a country that can produce the first african american president to be followed by a candidate trump eleanor beard xlii and gar news paris the us state department says it's concerned over nicaragua is quote flaunt presidential and legislative electorate process it around when president daniel are taken one relax into a third term in office opposition leaders have excuse or tago of rigging sunday's national election many called for a boy kind of the national vote officials in australia are investigating several hoax radio calls to planes flying over the city of mel born one forced to plane to aboard it's landing no one was injured the bibi see reports someone may have used a portable radio to interfere with the pilots communication i'm korver coleman and p r news support for an p_i comes from and p r stations other contributors include wells fargo wells fargo was making changes to its retail banking division and just committed to taking actions to serve customers and their financial needs learn more at wells fargo dot com slash commitment and the corporation for public broadcasting.

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"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:41 min | 5 years ago

"eleanor beard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"France says in britain has a moral obligation to take in some of the refugees holdup for this quality camp in northern france the french interior minister met his british counterpart today over the makeshift camping cal a known as the john goal and pierre's eleanor beard sleep reports probably not but it wasn't enough so that missing on french radio interior minister than not has knows said that brayden has a more old duty taking a several hundred on accompanies migrant children and their camp whoever relatives in britain he said eighty percent of the refugees in the cali camp will most likely qualify for asylum and that britain and france must find a humanitarian solution their nearly ten thousand people who have fled poverty and war in the middle east in africa living in horrible conditions encounter a about half for their because they want to get to britain manager terry in groups criticize both the french and british government's for taking monster process asylum claims and leaving people in limbo in pr news paris government officials and colombia say they will undertake a new piece suffered with the second rebel group these talks are to open by the end of the month the news comes after colombia president one manuel santos won the no bill piece prize for his efforts to reach a piece agreement with a different rempel group i'm korver coleman and pr news in washington support for an pr comes from an pr stations other contributors include audible provider of audio books performed by neri her such as emma thompson james franco allen coming and other it's more at audible dot com slash listen audible stories that surround you and the corp for public broadcasting.

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