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Tommy Tuberville wins the Alabama GOP Senate primary

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tommy Tuberville wins the Alabama GOP Senate primary

"A former football coach Wanna race to become a candidate for Senate in a Republican primary. Alabama's Republicans rally behind former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tub Erbil for the U. S Senate. Thank you for your trust your confidence. Your message of change is loud and clear. President Trump actively supported Tuberville over former senator and his first attorney general, Jeff Sessions, who ran afoul of the president by recusing himself in the Russia investigation Sessions is now ready to help tub Erbil. We must stand behind him in them. Albert Hill faces Democrat incumbent Doug Jones in November. Evan Brown Fox

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Iran launches missiles at US forces in Iraq at al-Asad and Erbil

The Glenn Beck Show

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Iran launches missiles at US forces in Iraq at al-Asad and Erbil

"That's what Iranian officials are calling the surface to surface missile attack on US interests in Iraq after the U. S. kill the Ronnie in general Qasem Soleimani near the Baghdad airport US military bases came under attack from short range ballistic missiles or cruise missiles fired from inside Iran not rockets as other networks reported earlier tonight here's the statement issued by Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman at approximately five thirty PM eastern standard time on January seventh Iran launched more than a dozen ballistic missiles against U. S. military and coalition forces in Iraq it is clear that these missiles were launched from Iran and targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting U. S. military and coalition personnel and Alice side and Beale oxygen for Griffin at the Pentagon there were two rounds of Bissell's about an hour apart things are quieter now but it's likely not over there are running back properties all over the region in places like the Gaza Strip Lebanon Syria Iraq they are backed by the Iranian regime in the Gaza Strip they've told fox news they're receiving money and support from Tehran we do know that Hezbollah in Lebanon also has been threatening US ally Israel this week boxes trading in Baghdad South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham calls it an act of war the missiles were launched from Iran at targets inside of Iraq housing US military personnel the president has all the authority needs under article two to respond in high response is yet to be determined but he has that authority to respond Delaware democratic senator Chris Coons and president trump

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"erbil" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"erbil" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Erbil in northern Iraq where US troops are located the attack was announced on Iranian state television as revenge for the drone strikes which killed because some sort of money rooms operate from our side so it is possible the ones which killed some of the money will launch from there CBS news special report I'm Alison Keyes can stay with the CBS with the very latest out of Iraq and Iran as we continue to monitor the situation there our next a special report from CBS news coming up in less than ten minutes K. C. B. S. news time five fifty one it's that time again to check back with KCBS and chronicle insider feel to tear the joining us live on the key CBS ring central Newsline group of residents living in San Francisco's laurel heights is filing suit to stop a mass of housing projects slated for the neighborhoods UCSF campus suit was filed last week days before state senator Scott Weiner released a revised version of his housing bill which would make it easier to build housing there transit hubs the campus is located near one of the city's busiest bus lines filled in these two developments just they just sum up in San Francisco on them the greater bay area's struggle with housing and building new housing just just in a few sentences that's right exactly and I I'm really glad that you brought this up in the we're talking about this what we have is an effort on the state level to actually tell the locals what to do to get out there and build more housing some of it may be as tall as seven stories in this case we're talking about is replacing the U. C. S. F. medical campus out of laurel heights that is since moved to mission bay but other work some of the local residents don't want it it's been approved by the San Francisco board of supervisors or didn't have political opposition on the local front which is something that's got winners bill is is experiencing and it's the deposits in the of all the guidelines including a hundred eighty six units of housing for seniors but some of the residents don't want it they say it's too big it's too much for the neighborhood so they go to court that's the next step now under the law they have about two hundred and seventy days to work this out it's a lot faster than it used to be but still if you're trying to build and you've already spent a couple of years trying to get approval for justice it's another example of why things don't get built in the bay area because there's always a next step the next law the next court case the next to the next appeal and meanwhile the cost keep going up to the point where sometimes the developer says no on this not going to do it venture your best gas house is going to play out I think this plays out with the developer continuing on because it's just too big of a project yep we're talking about seven hundred forty four you know units of retail and and such this is a massive development they've invested quite yet they probably penciled in the fact that it's going to be delayed there is some talk about their saying that like residents should you do challenge something like this you go that far after it's been approved maybe should have to put up a bond to cover the developers losses if it if the court case doesn't go your way but that's not the way the American judicial system works right now and so that's probably not going to happen but this is one of the reasons why housing is so expensive in the bay area because like it or not you're by the way and you do the construction that cost but you better be longer down for a long legal fight because it's gonna happen one way or the other Scott leader is still trying hard to replace his bills or get enough support so in the future not this particular project but in the future bigger projects could go into neighborhoods that normally wouldn't like them so that's right that's his plan but it just goes to show that no matter what you change but the rules or try to make it there's always another rule out there that somebody else can pull as well the CBS and chronicle insider Phil returns tomorrow morning we stand and Susan that will happen at seven fifty.

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Iran attacks US airbase and Erbil in Iraq: What we know so far

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 7 months ago

Iran attacks US airbase and Erbil in Iraq: What we know so far

"Iranian state run TV says Iran has targeted the all Asad air base that is a U. S. based in the and our province of western Iraq Iran of course vowed to retaliate for the U. S. killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani and your White House correspondent Franco or Dona as is here in the studio Franco what else do we know at this hour well we are learning that you where we are learning this moment by moment and apparently there is a statement from the Iranian revolutionary guard that says the fierce revenge by the revolutionary guard has begun and of course we also know that the US has been saying they've been preparing for a run in retaliation has the White House said anything tonight about these attacks they are not saying much at this point only that they're seeing reports and that the president has been briefed and is closely monitoring the situation as well as he's also consulting with his national

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U.S. pulls some staff from Iraq embassy amid tensions with Iran

Hugh Hewitt

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. pulls some staff from Iraq embassy amid tensions with Iran

"Journal, US embassy staff to leave Iraq as Iran tensions mount, I had his off for the journal keen on this, the US ordered all of its non-emergency staff to leave Iraq immediately amid heightened tensions with. Iran over recent attacks against tankers facilities in the Persian Gulf reason, reaching normal visa services will be temporarily suspended both at the embassy in fact that the council in, in Kurdistan, Erbil, according to a brief statement posted at the US State Department

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Baghdad, Iran And Martha Raddatz discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Baghdad, Iran And Martha Raddatz discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

"The State Department has ordered all non-essential US personnel to leave Iraq citing a number of threats in the region, especially from Iran. ABC's chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz with more in Baghdad is massive and heavily secured with thousands of employees, but this morning all of the non emergency personnel are being ordered to depart Baghdad and depart the consulate in Erbil just last week, the US warned that Iran or its proxies

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U.S. orders personnel out of Iraq

Arizona's Morning News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. orders personnel out of Iraq

"New information overnight. The State Department has ordered all non-emergency US personnel leave Iraq immediately amid rising tensions across the region and a warning of threats from Iran embassy in Baghdad is massive and heavily secured with thousands of employs. But this morning all of the non emergency personnel are being ordered to depart Baghdad and depart the consulate in Erbil just last week, the US warned that Iran or its proxies were possibly planning an attack on American forces in the region and sent that carrier strike group and. Bombers is show

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"erbil" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"erbil" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Jussie smollet now charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly filing a false police report, that's a felony Chicago police say the empire actor lied when he claimed he was the victim of a racist homophobic, attack last month felony for which he could get a maximum of three years in prison. If convicted TMZ is Harvey Levin says Millette story broke apart when two Nigerian brothers who were initially suspects later told police, that's Millette paid them to stage. The attack was rehearsed. They scouted out the location. They executed. It does even video of the two brothers buying. The items please say were used in the reported assault. You can see it on our website can x ten seventy dot com. Smell. It says the attack did happen. His attorneys, including Mark Garrigo, say they intend to aggressively defend their client who they say is innocent until proven guilty calls to Gary goes for comment have gone unanswered. Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. An elderly Colorado man has been arrested for the sexual assault and murder of a young girl in Newport Beach, nearly half a century ago. And once again DNA is the key. The suspect was picked up in Colorado early Tuesday after a hit with genealogical DNA pointed authorities in his direction last month. This arrest was based upon the collection of good old fashioned GNA through surveillance techniques, Orange County DA Todd Spitzer says because of the GNA there's certain the James Allen Neil was the one who sexually assaulted and killed eleven year old Linda O'Keefe more than forty five years ago. We believe Mr.. Neil did this beyond a reasonable doubt. This is a case that has haunted people in Newport Beach, ever since the murder took place and haunted. Police in particular when this face at her memory has been with us and our investigators since the data's happened in her her picture hangs in our detective division where where folks see it every day. The DA says at the very least Neil will be facing life in prison without parole in Santa Ana John, Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio relief and satisfaction in Inglewood after the arrest of a man in connection with the nineteen ninety kidnapping and murder of an eleven year old boy, but police are now turning to the public for help in finding an accomplice in the killing of William Tillett. Twenty nine years is a long time for any case to say of the memory of family or police, but Inglewood police never forgot her gave up on finding the person who kidnapped and killed eleven year old William till the arrest of Edward Donald Thomas was a major step in Inglewood mayor James butts who was a deputy police chief at the time says the unfinished business in this case. Is finding was accomplice in the crime. There's evidence that he did not act alone. And we are seeking the public's help that anyone that knows anything involved with this crime. If they would contacting police department and ask to speak to a homicide detective police officials say their case against said, we're Thomas strong, but declined to go into specifics because it may impede the ongoing. Search for the second suspect in Inglewood, Pete, Demetrio, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Well, she shocked by the news of the arrest. William till its former fourth grade teacher tells can extend seventies Margaret crow. She's grateful. There's a break in the case never thought police would find whoever was responsible for kidnapping and killing the eleven year old so word of the arrest was both unbelievable deci of relief for Courtney AbdIn. It does bring me closure. A good feeling that of Justice have come about. She recalled the impact that Williams abduction and murder had on the school principal. She broke down. And I've never seen her like that before because she always. We've had the feeling that her community was safe. And I think that feeling was shattered when this happened. She remembers William being a likable young boy who is both playful and charming, Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. An LA. Superior court. Jury is convicted in Erbil in connection with the death of a thirteen year old diabetic boy from the harbor gateway area. The panel found eighty four year old guilty of one misdemeanor count of practicing medicine without a license. Prosecutors say he convinced the boy's parents do use herbal products instead of insulin and the boy died the judge has told the jury comeback today to reconsider a second misdemeanor count child abuse. Although they've indicated that they're deadlocked. It's twelve eleven and there is a multi vehicle accident in industry, it's on the sixty east before crows Parkway. We'll take a look at that. And other problems coming up in three minutes with PI. It's Jamie, progressive's employee of the month two months in a row. Leave a message at the hi, Jamie. It's me, Jamie. I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool. So when it's like tell us what you want to pay..

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Three Lawmakers Quit Britain’s Conservative Party, Joining Labour Defectors

BBC Newshour

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Three Lawmakers Quit Britain’s Conservative Party, Joining Labour Defectors

"Three British Conservative MP's have resigned from their party because of what they call the government's disasters handling of Brexit joined eight position labor party defectors in a new independent group. The three conservative members said the government had alienated the forty eight percent of British voters who wanted to remain in the European Union. One of them ama- Subaru San Brexit now defined the conservative party, the right-wing the line anti e u awkward squad that if destroyed every leader for the last forty years are now running the conservative party from top to toe. They are the conservative party, dear friends, and they are different now. Former colleagues who share those one nation values and principles will of course today deny it. But I believe in their heads and in their hearts, they know it's over. And the reason they know it's over is because we lost the referendum a convoy about fifteen trucks is evacuating some of the remaining civilians from boggles the last village in Syria still held by these lawmakers state group is unclear whether IRAs fighters are among the passengers on Tuesday a convoy with about fifty trucks were moved to the outskirts of boggles. Our correspondent Mark Lowen is in Erbil, we've heard from the Syrian observatory for human rights monitoring group, but indeed this last Patrick territory that was about less than half square mile held by

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"erbil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"erbil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And your reaction to all of the developments today. It's the Brentwood Erbil show AM seven sixty talk breaking. I don't know if the bloom is off the Grammy's rose the Grammys the Sunday night. But a bunch of your biggest artists in the world. The many of them nominated for things are not going to be there now oriented Grundy's not going to be there because they had a disagreement agreement over what she was going to perform seems extraordinary given her status as a pop artist, but Drake in Kendrick Lamar childish Gambino at least two of them are nominated for several Grammys aren't going to be there. They got prior commitments Taylor swift. Who's always in the front row. Dancing around ain't gonna show y'all. What no Taylor swift dancing around that's half, the Grammy's fun. Maybe it's because they have conflicting awards show going on the same night because there are three hundred and seventy five year, you do the math. News now with Marshall Phillips Sally battle continues the National Enquirer now says it is launching its own investigation into Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos claim the tabloid tried to blackmail him. That's of them backing down. That's what that is. Right right investigated. And it was this guy's idea, and we've fired a Mr. basis, please don't hurt us base. Those accused the company of threatening to go public with graphic photos of him and his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez on this. Stop his investigation into how the tabloid originally got hold of his private text messages. Boy, the back and forth. The Enquirer's parent company American medias saying today, it acted lawfully in reporting this story, but would look into the allegations the tabloid had previously published.

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"erbil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"erbil" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"General had always planned to stay around two years. He would like to help with the transition of bringing the new attorney general in we hope that that happens relatively soon. I know he wants to allow him to build a new team and a great job. She tells Fox News. There was no willingness by the president or the White House to force Rosenstein out. She says Rosenstein wants to help with the transition to a new attorney general wins news time five thirty five. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo made an unannounced visit to Iraq today meeting with that country's president prime minister and foreign minister, he also traveled to Erbil where he met with members of the Iraqi Kurdistan government. Birds have been furious at the Trump administration after the president announced the US troop withdrawal from Syria trip. Also may have been to smooth things over with Iraq's government after President Trump's visit over the holiday when he failed to meet with the president and prime minister when it comes to fake news. A new report says two groups of people seem to share in the well, according to researchers at Princeton and New York University people sixty five and older and so-called ultra conservatives shared about seven times. More fake information on Facebook than younger adults moderates and so called super liberals during the two thousand sixteen election season. Researchers looked at the Facebook sites have more than one thousand three hundred people who answered detailed surveys and compared them to three lists of fake sites. However on the whole the study found that not all that many people were doing it only about one out of every twelve people shared false information during the campaign the study appears in the journal science advances. I'm John Stolnis. News time five thirty. Eighty six. It's a no go for Kevin Hart. And anyone else for Oscar is host ten ten wins. Entertainment is now the world is full of sounds. That warn you about danger. Like if you get a little too close to a rattlesnake you'll hear a rattle, but in the digital world. If your personal information is in danger. There's no rattling sound to let you know. You might be in trouble..

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News in Brief 8 January 2019

UN News

04:15 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 8 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations Guatemala should reconsider its decision to withdraw support for an international panel to tackle impunity United Nations. Chief Antonio Guiterrez said on Tuesday, the UN secretary general's comments followed these Central American countries announcement via letter that it intended to terminate an agreement establishing the international commission against impunity in Guatemala, also known by its initials. CIC I g his u n spokesperson Stefan, g jerick, as you know, secretary general has and continues to support the work of the commission and expect ciguatera. Molly government to provide the commission with all the assistance necessary for the discharge of its functions and activities, including the freedom of movement of its staff and throughout Guatemala as provided in the agreement in September twenty eighteen the head of the UN panel event Velasquez was barred from reentering Guatemala, mister Gutierrez recalled the important contribution to the fight against him. Unity made by the international commission. It was set up in two thousand and six at the invitation of the government and was seen as an effective way to help strengthen the rule of law following the country's civil war which ended in the nineteen ninety s Saudi national behalf. Muhammed? Al Kuni cannot be sent back to the kingdom. Yuen refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, adding that it was in contact on a daily basis with the eighteen year old who is in Thailand seeking asylum. Speaking to journalists in Geneva, UNHCR spokesperson Bubba, Bella confirmed that the agency intends to examine miss alka Nunes at request for protection in terms of the claim and all of details, which she will be sharing with us in terms of what were the factors that she's trying to run away from? We'll be listening to all those will be premature or even in terms of confidentiality from an individual who talked to us. We won't be going into details. What they have told us. The only thing I can say we look carefully into all. All the claims and trying to find out what are the risk factors to elevate? The claims ahead of UNHCR's involvement. Ms alka, noon said that she had fled from her family and Kuwait to Bangkok airport where her passport was taken away. She says she would be killed if sent back home under international law anyone who claims to me shelter outside their home country cannot be returned to a territory where their life or freedom are threatened. Mr. Ballack said in Iraq around a quarter of a million Syrian refugees and the communities that host them to get better access to healthcare. Thanks to a two and a half million dollar donation by the United States, welcoming the development the World Health Organization or WHO said that the funding would provide urgently needed help to local authorities in the Kurdistan region of Iraq where the refugees live health and other services in Iraq have been stretched since nearly six million people fed via in two thousand fourteen with two point six million still displaced may. Major military operations to retake the country ended in late twenty seventeen. But the humanitarian crisis is far from over you and humanitarian have warned the US contribution will support the provision of primary healthcare in Erbil to hook and Sulaymaniyah as well as provide training for medical professionals to treat people with disabilities and mental illness and finally an energetic campaign that goes a long way to raise awareness about refugees two billion kilometers. In fact, that's the total distance the world's at twenty five point four million refugees cover to reach safety every year. According to you, h CR the UN refugee agency ringers from me on traveled eighty kilometers on average to neighboring Bangladesh it said while those leaving south Sudan travel, six hundred and forty kilometers to reach you Ganda people can participate in the campaign by walking cycling or jogging. The aim is to reach a collective total of two billion kilometers this year. For more information. There's a campaign website where users can lock the number of steps they take in support of the 'cause it's WWW dot step with refugees dot org. Daniel Johnson UN news.

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Two Marines and Navy Sailor Are Investigated in Contractor’s Death

Nick Digilio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Two Marines and Navy Sailor Are Investigated in Contractor’s Death

"Fatal wounds to a contractor in Iraq leads to a military investigation. Here's ABC's Elizabeth McLaughlin. She's reporting from the Pentagon marines are under investigation for the death of a US contractor in northern Iraq. According to a US official. The New York Times reported. A native Corman was also involved in the incident. The contractors death followed a physical altercation, which took place on New Year's Eve in Erbil. In a statement ABC news Lockheed Martin confirmed that the contractor belong to them and that person was supporting special operations forces during the non combat related

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"erbil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"erbil" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And I was wrong. He didn't go to Baghdad in. There's there's two huge American basis camp victory victory south at Baghdad international airport. Trump is at ala Saad airbase, which is gigantic complex. It was extremely so safely at F16.'s there Steph. And so we're Trump is there's a defense. There's getting Killen baron who's a defense writer for defense one? And he's unannymous NBC right now, he tweeted this. This is pretty damn snarky. I gotta say. But he said Trump made into Iraq visiting only al-assad airbase is the safest most minimal visit Baghdad definitely not Erbil the capital of the Kurds who Trump just betrayed with a Syria retreat, which traditionally has been a must stop for every secretary of defense or chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Visit those quote, it will Trump is neither is the president. And I'm here to tell you and Bush and Bill Clinton didn't never they barely took these risks. And that was for for Hillary and Bill Bosnia was a peacekeeping mission, and they were in a veil of of security Bush same thing in Bush went to Baghdad sure. But but it was it was secure. I mean, no one predicted a guy was gonna throw two shoes at him. I mean, please and Butch for the record dogs like fastballs. And so Trump is not going to visit Baghdad because he doesn't have business. They're easier to visit the troops. And clearly this is a reaction to getting burned. Earned by by the media for not even going. So he goes and he's getting snark debt. Also for the record. I'll let me let me teach. You all something that this guy who's paid to no defense doesn't apparently? No. But the Kurds in Iraq. Whose military is generally called the peshmerga are far different than the Kurds in Syria who who are very closely tied to the Kami Kurds in Turkey, the PK K. And if if given their druthers, there's there's this method there's a gigantic amorphous mass called the Kurds, and you know, what they have divisions. Dislike any other ethnicity? Does the Kurds in Iraq are not huge fans of the Kurds in Syria. They currently have a common foe in the form of ISIS. But as we speak, the Kurds in Syria have cut a deal with Assad in Damascus, which they they had this deal for five years until we came along and started leading him trading him and equipping them whole things of the Kurds in Iraq. Don't have a heck of a lot in common. Besides culture language with the Kurds in Syria, certainly not politics. But so anyway, now, you're all smarter than Kevin Barron from defense one he was just on MSNBC saying what he tweeted an hour. Ago that Trump Trump didn't go to Iraq because he's right? Okay. Well, Trump goes to Iraq. But he didn't visitor Bill and I answered them. I mean for the record. I I said he didn't betray the peshmerga he'd be safer in Erbil than Manhattan. So there's that US troops are being pulled out of Syria and they're coming back to where Fort Hood, Texas. No, they're coming into Iraq. So we're going to probably triple the amount of American troops that are in Iraq. And the Iraqis are not complaining about that. Because they wish that we hadn't left in the first place because that is what traded the vacuum that allowed ISIS to to grow their fungus in the shade in the basement. So anyway, that's that's what's happening. I mean, it's this is not a secret. He's Trump was burned for not visiting the troops. Now, they're what they're actually saying what Sarah Sanders said this is confusing now, she's sad. And once the time stamp on this. She said about an hour ago. Quote, President Trump and the first lady travelled to Iraq late on Christmas night to visit with our troops and senior military leadership to thank them for the service their success and their sacrifice and to wish them a merry Christmas. I really get a question that because we Trump was in DC yesterday yesterday was Christmas and the the period after afternoon on December twenty fifth is Christmas night. This is the day after Christmas. But anyway, I I I'm not entirely sure. How this how this works? There may have been a deception that started. I don't know what it would require leaving early early early Christmas day out of DC to make it to Iraq. What what you would call Christmas night? I mean, if I were them I would just own it and say well Christmas day would have been too predictable. It would have been telegraphing our punches. We're not going to give the enemy an idea that American presidents flying in on Christmas Blake, and you can you bring it up. Now. This is a guy I'm talking about. He's talking to MSNBC right now. Out there being the protector of you know, the status quo meaning protector of alliances protector of things of I like this like Donald Trump wants to change. We don't know what the new acting secretary Shanahan is going to do about it. I think the the pullout from Syria is a couple of things it's not the Obama doctrine. The Obama doctrine. Regional forces. He's he's anyway, that's Kevin baron. Who thinks that the Kurds one thing for the record the people called the Kurds? They are the largest ethnicity on earth without their own country. So there's that, but they're not all one thing. It would be like saying all Americans love the raiders or something like that. And if they played more this season like they did on Monday night that might be true. It was not not a bad game of their was a entertaining game. And but then again, everyone who plays for the Bronco should have been fired on the way back to to Denver. Well, I know what you've all been saying these days, I know I've been saying it for years, and it's can you believe the price of ground wail. Well, we might be seeing some relief there. Because finally, the Japanese are going to the flood the market is going to be a a a buyer's market Japan said Wednesday that it would withdraw from an international agreement and resume commercial whaling defiant move to prop up an industry that's still has cultural significance. There despite plummeting demand for whale meat. Can you believe that the the deal is Norway and Iceland have been out of this for a long time their allegiances the like I say they own it. The Norwegian says say you and what army or eating whale? You got that same with the Icelandic people. They say we like us are whale is weird that when Japan does that people think is weird. But you have like the epicenter of white people the people the the the the sons of Thor and they're out there eating whale. And no one says you grow stop it. Or we'll kick you out of the EU the Norway says we never joined and so there's really not a health let anyone can do for the Japanese people are revolt when they do this. And they've been the deal is the Japanese do handle correctly pointed this out this morning, the Japanese do scientific research on Wales, and it requires the capturing of Wales, and then for purely for scientific purposes, they have to kill the whales. And just so that it. It doesn't waste the the whale meat. They do repurpose that research has you know, food and stuff. So now, the Japanese are to sing s screw it. And what are their little tricks over the last couple of years is they will go to these tiny independent countries in the Caribbean. Like like turksancacoes? In Antigua, and they would endow them with these gold plated research facilities. So that at the International Whaling Commission, they could get their vote on this. But now the Japanese are just saying enough with that they say it won't be four endangered. We Wales that it will be minke whales in recent years. Japan is at an annual quota three hundred thirty three minke whales. Which included one hundred twenty two pregnant females. As part of a withdrawal from the international commission. Japan will stop its annual hunts in the Antarctic and limit whalers to its own wanders. So there you go where I'm from on the Olympic peninsula. Alto streaming come back. There's there's a tribe where the guys that I grew up with rent a tribe. No, they were not going to make a casino. No one's going to drive one hundred ten miles to a casino. So they came up with plan b catch us Awale. There's a story to it. We'll we'll come back right after this. It is the Gary and Shannon show Brian seats filling in for Gary and Shannon, KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. Monica Rix, routine traffic, stop at Long Beach. This week turned into a big drive bus officers recovered more than fifty pounds of meth and a kilo of heroin street. Valleys of these drugs are estimated to be.

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"erbil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"It is the Brentwood Erbil show. Good spayed this time with you to suspend the Roger Hitchcock five at five today because I think we're kind of in a holding pattern right now on this cavenaugh thing, and I want to speak to a couple of fundamental issues that we are that we are confronted with. We'll we'll we'll pick up the five five tomorrow with Roger get his thoughts on on all this stuff. That's happened all week long. But I think it's time for a very Frank and important discussion about who we want to be as a people, and what we want to be as a country. Here's what I mean by this. I remember what happened. During the LA riots. And I remember being absolutely horrified. Seeing Reginald Dennie pulled from his truck. Because he was in the wrong neighborhood. And being assaulted and beaten nearly to death on the streets of Los Angeles. And I remember watching football Williams and his friends smashing a cinderblock onto this man's head. And I remember at the time feeling so profoundly sad for my country feeling terror and shock and shame for that poor man who had been ripped from his truck and beaten savagely in the streets of an American city. And that image stuck with me. It stuck with me for a very long time. And I realized it is an incredibly thin line between. Forgets civility incivility because that speaks to politeness. I'm talking about civilized and uncivilized behavior. In a civil society in a civilized nation. We can have disagreements and make no mistakes. I believe at our core. As Americans we are a civilized nation. And we are overwhelmingly a civil society, we do not take to the streets with guns and bombs and swords when elections don't go away. At least the overwhelming majority of us, do not there are lunatics and savages and marauders and walking talking demons who do take to the streets and engage in acts of violence against innocent people. With whom they believe the politics is everything there are those people. They're called antifa. There are those people. Some of them are the white supremacists. The four white supremacists who were arrested this week. By US attorney in in the eastern district of Virginia and filed charges against them for what they did at Charlottesville. The overwhelming majority of the American people are not those people. We are not we do not make our decisions based on people's race. We do not designed to decide to conduct violent actions on the streets because of politics, and because of somebody's skin color or lack of skin color or sex or orientation in an uncivilized society. When you have the women's March every January with the pink hats. There would be acts of violence being perpetrated against women. I have no doubt that in nations with which we are in the Middle East a gathering of women displaying that kind of political power would be met with brutal force, which is the true irony of somebody like windows are sore who is a professional sharia saleswoman running around claiming that she's in favor of women's rights. But I digress. We have a choice in our country to be civilized and civil or to be uncivilized and uncivil. But again, make no mistake. Make no mistake. One can be uncivil without being uncivilized. One can be passionate blindly passionate to passionate. And one could apologize for bringing a little too much spice to the argument. Right. That's understandable. And I think you saw that with Brad Kavanagh when he was testifying a week ago. Was he disrespectful to the senators? Sure was he passionate. Yes. Had he been accused of being gang rapist. Yes. Had he been accused of doing unspeakable acts two women on a routine basis. Yes. He'd been accused of all those things. But we have got to make a decision. Are we going to be a nation ruled by a very small mob holding us hostage? Are we going to be that country? Do you walk that country for your kids? Do you want your son to be afraid to express his opinion or your daughter afraid to express her opinion for fear that somebody might docs, your address and have people show up at your house with a weapon or with a mob looking to tear somebody limb from limb track the come the normal. No, it should not and who's to blame for that. Well, you could make the argument the Thia is to blame. I always do the society's. The blame thing is not to blame the political culture created in our country and fostered in our country by the professional political class and their media allies. I'll admit it was jarring. When once upon a time Joe Wilson yelled out you lie at the president of the United States as he was giving an address in the congress jarring. And you know, I recall distinctly Joe Wilson being supported by people who agreed with the move. And I also remember a lot of people saying, it's really not the place for the time to yell out in that fashion. That's not who we are as a country. That's not who we are as a people. We respect our institutions. We respect our offices. And we respectfully disagree with anybody. We want to but we have to do it. We're cooked. We are commanded to do it in a decent way. I think back to that vicious attack in the Los Angeles riots on Reginald Denny, and I think of the bitter irony that the man who is filming at the time that attack on Reginald Dennie that recorded the most famous images was Bob Tur who was an NBC news helicopter pilot in Los Angeles. His daughter is Katie tour who works on arguably the most partisan, hyper partisan psychotically partisan cable network in the world MSNBC. She once was in a relationship with Keith Olbermann for a number of years, a hyper partisan, a lunatic who many times over in the two thousands would refer to George W Bush and Dick Cheney is actually as actually Hitler. An MS NBC never sanctioned him MSNBC never said don't do that MSNBC never said don't say that. And thus the normalization was begun that you can call the president Hitler. You can call the president a storage for the Soviets astute for the Russians you can do all those sorts of things you want. But what you apparently cannot do is win an argument. What country? Do you want to have do you want country that looks like Honduras? That is wracked by violence with competing, clicks and street gangs. Do you want gangs of New York style? Politicking on the streets of America where people can feel free to run up on somebody and confront them in a restaurant at a gas station in a movie theater in a house of worship or on a sidewalk. One political party has fostered that direct action approach, and it's interesting that I use the term direct action because for many years, there was a terrorist organization. Very famous left wing terrorist organization called direct action oxygen direct. That direct action is a hallmark of the progressive left. And they're lunacy. That sort of direct action and direct confrontation is exactly the sort of thing that grows up out of the weather underground playbook with Bill Ayers, and those people who thought it was okay to bomb. Colleges and universities and recruiting stations. And yes, even an attempted bombing at the congress of the United States. I get it. There is a fetish for the early one thousand nine hundred seventy s in this country. Why I couldn't tell you the music and the fashions and the hygiene practices were awful. I lived in the early seventies. I don't want to go back to the early seventies. But for whatever reason this dinosaur class of people like Chris Matthews as how are desperate to go back to the heyday of political violence and assassinations on American streets, we have to say no over the course of this hour, I'm going to make the case for what it is. We need to do what we need to aspire to. And what it is that we need to be aiming for it's not this. Eight hundred seven sixty K F and B one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. It is the breadwinner will show AM seven sixty talking breaking news, Jim chevette. What's the big story? Police are looking for a hit and run driver who fled the scene after striking and seriously injuring a nine year old boy riding his bike this morning. Officers responding to west main street sunshine avenue in alcohol on found the child line in the roadway unconscious shortly after seven thirty medics took the boy to a hospital with significant head trauma, a parolee who fatally shot a male friend because he thought the victim had disrespected him was convicted today a first degree murder. Jurors deliberated one day before finding twenty two year olds Cheryl Wesley guilty in the death of twenty one year old to Angelo, Sharon, Wesley faces eighty one years to life in prison when he's sentenced next month. Estate attorney general hobby Sarah today announced the arrest of fifty two people as part of an enforcement effort billed as the nation's largest mobilization to Aratu Kate illegal marijuana cultivation, the three month operation resulted in the seizure of six hundred fourteen thousand marijuana plants in one hundred ten weapons at more than two hundred fifty illegal grow sites. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the bread winnable show, AM seven sixty talk and breaking news told.

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Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

Investing Sense

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Sweden, Iraqi Government and Iraq discussed on Investing Sense

"That's the reality. Swedish government says the usual weight is more like an hour, though that still longer than most Europeans are used to that the issue that comes up more often than any other in this crowd is crime few people. Here seem to have been personally affected by violence, but many describe feeling unsafe or something happens your call to police. You don't have a chance to police coming. Attack. It's not safe. I live on the countryside crime statistics are tricky Sweden by almost any measure is an extremely safe country. But the overall rate of crime has been slowly rising for more than twenty years gang violence is a real problem in some neighborhoods, and there's been a recent increase in cases of sexual assault, though, that may be partly due to changes in

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Pompeo, Haley step up pressure to support Trump's talks on North Korea

All Things Considered

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Pompeo, Haley step up pressure to support Trump's talks on North Korea

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack Speer secretary of state Mike Pompeo is solidly. Behind President Trump's offered to host Russian President Vladimir Putin in Washington later this year he was asked about it during a stop at the United Nations and. Various Michele Kelemen us more topics Trump and Putin talked about was how to resolve the conflict in Syria and help refugees return home, that's according, to secretary, Pompeo who says. He's happy that the two men will. Continue to meet it is incredibly valuable to the people of the United States of America the. President, Putin and President Trump continue, to engage in dialogue to resolve the difficult issues that are countries face between each. Other a very hopeful that that meeting will take place this fall Pompeo was in New York to update UN Security. Council members. On his diplomacy on North Korea he says he appreciates Russia's help on that Russia and China though are delaying US efforts to cut off oil deliveries to North Korea Michelle Kellerman NPR news the United Nations New York Times is reporting President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded phone conversations with. Then candidate Trump discussing a payment to former playboy model Karen McDougal woman claimed to have had a year-long affair with Trump in two thousand six times reports the FBI has the recording made two months before the election Trump's. Current lawyer Rudy Giuliani's reportedly confirmed the conversation took place but says the end no payment was made National Enquirer did reportedly pay McDougal one hundred fifty thousand dollars for. Her story but then never published it security forces of an Iranian-backed paramilitary group in Iraq of shot and killed a protester in. The south of Iraq as NPR's Jane raff reports the anti-government demonstrations are spreading to Baghdad police sources say security guard opened fire after some protesters threw bricks. And stones at the offices of the batter organization in the southern city of Denia better isn't around backed paramilitary force whose political wing, is one, of Iraq's, biggest parties demonstrations. Have been sweeping the so South. Of arrack for almost two weeks. Demanding jobs and basic government services in Baghdad security forces used, tear gas, to disperse about two thousand protesters raising the same demands witnesses say the demonstrators were. Threatening to storm bridge that leads to the green zone where the Iraqi government is based Jane Arraf. NPR news Erbil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq minutes President. Trump continues to, depart from the usual protocol by criticising recent actions by the Federal Reserve head of the White House budget office says the president has a point office of management and, budget director Mick Mulvaney says President Trump is not trying to influence the decision making of the fed with this recent critiques but an interview with Fox News he said some economists are frustrated that the fed always begins. To apply the brakes just when the economy shows signs of picking up stocks closed modestly lower today the Dow down six points to twenty five thousand fifty eight the NASDAQ closed down five points. The s&p was, down two points you're listening to NPR and This is WNYC in New York I'm Sean Carlson. After environmental testing found as best does at the site of yesterday steam pipe. Explosion New York, City asking people who are near the scene to turn in the clothes they were wearing Neil, blitz on the corner of nineteenth. Street in, Broadway and he was heading to work when the blast happened he handed. In his clothing at a decontamination site today I'm not, even I, understand this, needs to be done but in the same sense it is. A little alarming but I understand. Things happen I love New York. I live in New York Maybe this is part of being..

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"erbil" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Yes is there a president that will now not take office because their parents did not on tender gosh the implications are are you know they really rebounded how did you meet grandma well it would've been on april or her cambridge analytica i'm at grandma because a date that i was trying to cancel didn't go through fee that's the that's the sliding doors aspect of this might have prevented a lot of really bad dates now so there are pesident that might take office because they can get the day and that after all erbil self esteem use to dating world as did or unavailable i curious why facebook and tinder weren't able to work this out it doesn't seem to have affected a lot of other apps doesn't care about anything other than getting the fire that has currently inflamed there posed serious like yosemite sam out gun and right now they're getting roasted if you read some of the interviews with a zuckerberg and sheryl sandberg today like they are just getting pelted with rocks and that's before zuckerberg has to go before i didn't affect other apps then why did the other eps seem to the the issue is i think less that they did it but more like you said it is the they're not stopping for anybody they'd rather your thing break and you have to deal with it and they can deal with it afterward they know that for every minute that they don't take action a hypothetical number that somebody in congress is going to ask them about goes up like the national debt clock of how many profiles.

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"erbil" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"The pkk is not legally allowed to be in this region but if you go up into this region if you go into nor open to the northern tip of iraq where syria meets turkey there there you see them there and so you know that that these alliances are happening whether you like it or not and they'll say well there the pkk as a terrorist organization because what they've done in eastern served in southeastern turkey but the wind p g is not but big coordinate with each other continually and they work together and they have similar you know objected so it's kind of it's kind of like it who is your ally and what an wh what is your ally fighting for and that will determine whether or not we consider them a terrorist organization or not uh you listen to a scott to talking to s uh live view scope from erbil iraq uh let's open up the phone lines if you have a if you'd like to join our conversation with a question or a comment four uh uh scott taylor today give us a call at two five six uh two thousand and one i want to return to something because i notes of fascination with lots of folks here matter of fact they i know a young man who just not long before he contacted you a it of a message from him that he was with these internationalists uh in um in kurdistan and so on but one of the things that so i think it's edgy kanombe alluded to a readied them lots of people here fascinated with the gender composition of these fighters a kurdish fighters and talk about that a little bit that is why is.

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"erbil" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You travel through the mountains if he were staying in the low lens we will have quite a bit of rain over the weekend however after some morning rain on saturday we will have some drier times on saturday afternoon i'm cairo seven chief meteorologist morgan forty six degrees outside the carter seabury studios now i'm kim shepherd bring my bell is brought to you by michael she'd casino the biggest and best in the northwest it's get pizza thank you it's already cellphone brought is kelly cereals fight i was ready to erbil kid this weekend wraps up the busiest week of the year for new online data appears found some numbers for more than fifty million messages have been sent five million new photos have been uploaded this week and one million first dates are taking place millions of people want to nail down someone before valentine's day sentence kinda came out rushers yet so to speak but i like some dating advice is from dating grew matthew hussy men and women alike that go into things compromising on the deepest needs and desires and standards just because they want the person in front of them just because they want the person in front of so he says don't compromise so according to science this is the first question you are supposed to ask on a first date to find out if somebody is worth your time would you like to guess the gone besides yep what is the question do you know what are you always get these wrong so i have no idea okay what do you think you're sitting cross from so many starbucks or whatever what are you supposed to ask them to kind of gauge if they're worth your time with our is a data hustle less than you did that light i i know one thing that i know what they don't talk about their my counter told me you should always talk about this i have a really hard really hard time talking to somebody about money i have a really hard time do about so how much money do me scott right to imagine our first day what's out at the heart had off certainly had women asked me and that is how they all and if you're an uber they like to know what kind of a car you drive they want to know what.

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"erbil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"War and want to come home now might carry out attacks here musculus as one of the mothers in erbil jail as pregnant and that she and her other child live in a filthy cell with scores of other women and children he says diplomats who first met her and the other jail germans in july believe day in their children will be quickly deported then iraq announced plans to put the women on trial so they begged the german government to get their children out there nobody traumatized by what they have seen and by the war so they've probably needs good medical treatment one third that comb hinge of me it's likely to be months before that happens muscular says besides waiting on the iraqis german authorities want to verify the children are in fact german the youngest ones have never been to germany before and are reported to have isis generated birth certificates psoriasis or heading allison npr news berlin yesterday on the program we aired our annual thanksgiving musical chain of gratitude i spoke with four different artists about a musician that each of them is grateful and it's your turn we asked you to tell us about the music be returns who got lifts you out that you are just glad as in this world at mit these danas wrote us on twitter to pay she's grateful for wherever is your heart by brandy carlisle oh she said the song is about what really matters in this life hashtag love sean single in washington dc left us this message song grateful for the song trauma by pink 'cause again me you again hey i just recently saw the video featuring chanting tatum and and the two of them are flipflopping roles and and they're dancing together i just thought is very happy video and i grew up listening to her so that's why i'm thankful for that wall yes finally joshua baker from portland oregon wrote to say i am thankful for the local legacy of dead munasinghe powerful music do us fred and tutte coal fred cold died earlier this month but baker says even with fred gone he's trying to a member what the dead moon song says it's okay the whatever sound your grateful for keep it in and thanks for listening mm gene we.

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"erbil" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on The Vergecast

"Oh yeah entered oreos color space which okay so now now we've like entered the realm of will shift a broken phone people are trying to fix it and people were tweeting it bit me and at the virgin everybody i'm going to buy this phone because i know google fix a caller issue more i'm gonna buy this phone because against all the line of hacks to fix wherever i think is wrong that to me is that's where we start entering like fan boy mistake territory where you're like back justifying something because i i like firmly believe that you should never buy anything based on the premise of a feature update or a software fix or any company doing anything other than that go ahead of this this hill right the big thing with the original pixels like why fire bluetooth uh i was there erbil a acquiring it i think was a huge problem that we step number one is good again the bluetooth that excellence bad yeah yeah so my sam right now is in a pixel one i'm gonna tell you right now i love it because i love it you had to have phone jagger headphone jack i got a screen that looks nice like us maybe the secondbest camera on the marsigny about yet the cameras excellent no portrait moba turns down on of him take portrait of as the sun sets for days it's really fast for rate great phone focus on infinity the the vat his point out the head from jack sounds terrible and it's true releases their man your headphones act.

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"erbil" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WLOB

"Here at eight fifty five 450 free like freedom that's eight five five four five zero three seven three three we do have skype and these skype username here's l r n fm with you in studio its in january m mark we're going to get into some of the big bankers and federal reserve chairman former fed chairman who are on the attack against bitcoin and we'll tell you what they had to say here in at moments but in the last hour weird kind of updating you on the latest from catalonia the independence of the world's most i guess noteworthy most paid attention to of all of the because if they're not the only secession not by any stretch going another referendum men kurdistan what erbil the not right i dunno i hurt my geographies is terrible i i'm gonna go ahead go with our bill is being a kurdish city and and i want to secede from kurdistan no kurdistan doesn't exist oh oh cut kurds are in our at ethnic group in the middle east that are that are that live in parts of iraq iran syria turkey and i'm not sure where else and they would like to have their own state they want to create kurdistan bosnia that in iran if he'll i said around the joke it yes so so they said there was there was a referendum there too and following bear referendum the dea iraqi army troops moved in and took and took over there while were they had had some amount of autonomy starting in the nineties saying the us state department i guess at encourage them to rise up against the dom hussein and the us did not follow through with any support right and then served the saddam rolled over the rush them yup but they did.

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"erbil" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WGTK

"To talk with that just a couple of weeks ago and douse i know you does well so good to see larry pratt but he is basically come out you wrote it y'all just give you the title your piece gene wait a paul ryan bufferstock stock bands labout stock dance lead to magazine dance and i've read feinstein's i've read erbil and its mechanisms and device says i mean this is plural a w r that's one hundred percent true isn't it right yeah she's written it in such a way that it goes beyond bump stocks the mall it is a big moment at signed into law and uh it won't be stretch it all to read magazines with it wouldn't be in the stretch at oh man that's gone on as america's warning about they're like hey this is a fool's game here a chasing gun control for the sake of gun control you put in a lot of jeopardy and um paul ryan paul ryan is apparently okay with a gun control here in by that i mean he wants to atf to issue new regulations or at least review the regulation but the off the port gun owners america's position we don't need regulations or legislation either one either one his gun control and gun kokilai thing we need let me quote for but i'd love to do this a love to coach to quote the pieces here as we move on from and we're gonna do this for the hour yet had a bunch of them out here but you point out here pratt observed quoting the second amendment to the united states constitution prevents the federal government from imposing any infringements upon our gun rights if the trump administration start supporting infringements even if they are socalled'minor once it will weaken their ability to add that it will weaken their ability and resolve to oppose the next set of infringements they come down the pike unquote that's from eric pratt but let me point this out and get your comment on this it was not not forget diane feinstein we're good good heard a minute but was nancy pelosi who said you're damn right it's a slippery slope we want it to be a slippery slope that's exactly what he was point what pratt was point now you're in that statement wasn't it right yeah once you take this step can be hard to stop.

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"erbil" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on No Agenda

"Blind i think i think the speaker in the is this going to continue the speakers should walk out immediately is the administration's fault for this and the administration knows who shoulder really is and then none of the kids should get a diploma they should just cancel the event right on the spot they've got to do something drastic like this like expel people that use to happen before this is gonna this is never going to is going to get worse and worse than did these guys get a backbone on me the parents of these kids would appreciate their child not getting a diploma not graduating being expelled from any of these schools i don't think they would think much of it no date bitch and monitor the administration but whose fault is a date really give their kids shell they've got to put a stop to just does not belong in the university level two in total hammer they protesting the vietnam war 'cause you're gonna get drafted now now a protest see some speaker data like he's not not a whole nother home why you protesting he's not a whole me okay both fair game but did you have anything on the kurds because i have a little update i hear that old thing of the last shown the kurds via well here's we have we us we have boots on the ground one of our producers and this is i think he's it i don't know what exactly what kind of businesses in but he always sends encrypted email he was the guy in syria for a long time and gay the now he's in erbil would yeah i think he knows what his businesses if ya he's nur beeld said idea i moved or beal for job a few months back i'm exposed here in a sea of well expletive so please keep me anonymous for this uh for this note here's the situation regarding the upcoming referendum.

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"erbil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And even worse over at saint john where he says nearly one hundred percent of of that island is without power and jason boby an iraqi officials say suicide bombers carried doubt a major attack in the southern part of the country today killing at least fifty eight people another 85 or injured npr's jana raff reports isis is claiming responsibility the statement by group linked to isis said its fighters targeted a restaurant and a checkpoint the attack was aimed at killing shia moslems isis considers them in fiddles the governor of the car province about two hundred miles south of baghdad said some of the victims were believed to be iranian pilgrims visiting the holy shrines he said gunmen opened fire at a checkpoint on the main highway and detonated at least one suicide car bomb at a nearby restaurant isis has a much smaller presence in the south of iraq and attacks there are relatively rare this one is the deadliest in several years china raff npr news erbil iraq on wall street at this hour the dow is up fifty points the s p is off one this is npr and i'm jimmy floyd for wnyc i see in new york at 104 attorneys for former new york congressman anthony wieners say that the 15yearold girl to whom he sent sexually explicit text messages had hoped to influence the presidential election in a presentence submission filed yesterday wieners attorneys say the disgraced congressman first rebuff to the girl's requests before exchanging explicit messages with her and that she later sold her story guidelines call for wiener to get between twenty one and twenty seven months in prison when he sentenced in two weeks his attorneys are asking the judge to spare him prison time winner is scheduled to be sentenced on september 25th there is good news for new york in the latest census figures wnyc's merill iraq has more the number of new yorkers living below the poverty line decreased for.

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"erbil" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on WTVN

"Which damaging information about hillary clinton was to be presented by russian individuals but in reality says no meaningful information was given don jr in his own statement saying he was willing to meet with someone who had information that could be helpful to the campaign he says he did not know that persons name but this is the earliest known meeting between trump's inner circle and someone with ties to the kremlin in the midst of the campaign abc's gloria riviera president trump's outside lawyers say the nominee did not attend the meeting and was not aware of it as many as two gunmen on the loose from the cincinnati area after shooting up a party in the suburb of coal rain township ohio police chief mark denny's as nine people were hit by gunfire sadly one victim was pronounced dead at the scene that victim is autumn garrett she's female twenty two years over the eight other people were hit also quoted in this veterans were three children ages six to overtake the children's hospital have nonlife threatening injuries no information on the suspects iraq's prime minister declaring victory over his lama stayed in mozell even though some holdouts continue fighting in the tiny area they still controls some us military commanders as saying the what this battle has achieved is to give space to resolve the problems that creates isis and allow it to thrive time is crucial hey they'll have to be rebuilding the differences that exist in this country and across the border syria will have to be bridged and they will still have to go after isis repeatedly years and years to come abc's ian panel in erbil iraq back in this country a pistol pack and pastor and trouble north carolina reverend william ryan adams facing aggravated assault charges in martin county florida it's alleged adams pointed a hand gun at a dry kabir who was passing them on.

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"erbil" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"erbil" Discussed on Up First

"We've been hearing for months now that the iraqi city of mosul is about to fall on that isis is about to be kicked out but the battle to retake the city isn't quite over yet civilians are still trapped pockets of isis fighters are dug into neighborhoods in the old city so what is this tentative declaration of freedom for moshel mean for its people and for the bigger broader fight against isis extremists generap is going to help us answer that question she is covering the story from erbil iraq jane what can you tell us about where the fighting does stand now we've got complete competing claims rocky saying it's victory others saying not yet so here's the thing it is a victory in a sense because we have to remember that isis came in almost three years ago and the reason it managed to take mozell was the army basically ran away it fell under the weight of its own corruption so for three years iraqi forces have been fighting and dying and they have now reached that last half the square mile around the old city where they're fighting dislodged the last of the isis fighters but we also have to remember that this is in many senses in iraq and in mosul in particular the last down for isis they're surrounded so there have nowhere else to go so for a couple of reasons of the fact that it's their last stand the fact that requires a lot of coordination between competing forces and the us can't really use a lot of airstrikes there it is going to be a very tough few days airstrikes because there are still so many civilians who are there any any idea how they're ferrying and whether or not they are able to leave at this point.

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