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Warning of famine, UN releases $100M to seven countries
"The United Nations humanitarian office is releasing one hundred million dollars in emergency funding to seven countries at risk of famine in Africa and the Middle East amid conflict and precious exhilarated by the cope with nineteen pandemic a U. N. statement overnight since eighty million dollars all the money will go to Afghanistan Burkina Faso Congo Nigeria south Sudan and Yemen well another twenty million has been set aside for anticipated action to fight hunger in Ethiopia where deadly fighting has erupted this month it's rebellious northern Tigray region meanwhile the office chief mark Lowcock says returning to a world without means all common would be obscene I'm Charles de Ledesma
3 UN peacekeepers killed in Mali
"The UN is morning three peacekeepers who have died in Mali after their vehicle drove over an improvised explosive device on Sunday. The attack against a convoy of the integrated stabilization mission for Molly or Minnesota in northern KC region seriously injured four. Other soldiers. Who were also from Chad improvised? Weapons are used frequently by violent extremists. Who Continue to cause havoc in the central and northern Mali. Regions conflict has also spread to Burkina Faso and Niger. Displacing hundreds of thousands of people condemning the incident Secretary General Antonio Guiterrez expressed his deep condolences to the families of the victims as well as to the government and people of chat he also. We're stay speedy. Recovery to the injured adding that such attacks may constitute war crimes. Mister Gutierrez also called on the molly authorities to spend no effort in identifying the perpetrators of these attacks so they can be brought to justice swiftly
"faso" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Back to the sixties show with John Faso on WTMJ basement is here in our numbers eight five five six one six one eight six twenty that is the accurate mortgage talk and text on Christmas so if accurate basement repairs here any questions I mean go to Google look at the reviews and you're gonna see well over three hundred you see some people just the I mean from like last week or the week before talking about the services so here we are sitting in February when if somebody needs kind of a major foundation repair the basement repair when do you get when can you start again well we we've been doing all year this year windows insulate okay so we've done all year we didn't take the last few days because it was so cold we still kept our guys working we just move slower but will dig almost the entire year so it all depends one of our more popular times is like December because the ground isn't too frozen yet and but it's different enough so we can do it all year round those are the type of repairs we do a lot of insight repairs to so we cannot move stuff back and forth but can get it done do you cruise then move away all that that the grading and that they have everything that they do that do you yeah so sometimes we have to come back in spring and redo the grading and stuff like that Seoul to make it look a little nicer that happens in spring so we probably have fifty or sixty pieces of concrete that we have the power back isn't as if the cut next to the house like like a driveway or something yeah you guys have to cut it open and it is a gap in and just come back in spring report sure so you're yeah the other thing we talked about during the break is this time of year right now people are going to have frozen sump pump we also have to talk about them yeah and we're your sump pump comes on discharges into it to befall the grade that can be a real problem yeah so with with constan laws to the lawn to comes out somewhere online online or even if goals on the ground it sometimes doesn't want to ground deep enough it's only a couple feet down so it's well within that freeze on this time of year that warms up tomorrow that pipe might still be frozen good idea put some water in that some crack turn it on and going to see if it's pumping out because you won't know and all of a sudden he had a day like tomorrow when it's forty seven degrees in your base will start leaking because the water can't discharge our sump pumps running and the water's not going out and actually just lift the floater do something to get the pump activated and make sure it removes the water and make sure it removes the water is going to be a little Bob or how you want to look for that and the vehicle lift up that bomber make the sump pump off accurate basement repairs here the website acrid basement repair dot com what is your what's your coverage area because of the issue with the lead him to end the strike at the signal is where we got a call from him Brownsville how it you know it that something horrible yeah we we what we mainly service the five county area you know we've seen canelo shell Walworth Waukesha Milwaukee Ozaukee that six maybe yeah I'm sorry I'm not doing half bad yeah but yeah if you call in we will take phone calls me we get phone calls from all over the country come in by us can you please guide you through it yeah because obviously they've looked at the Google reviews as well okay so here we are you know for a final minute or so you guys we've always had this year if you can find a contractor who can do it next week you don't want to do that and you guys are busy as ME just the volume of calls is huge got to be patient when collector yep hopefully be patient if you're in a critical crunch situation don't be afraid to call in because we'll figure out a way I mean we have a lot of strategic partners in the real estate industry and terminals and he was doing home inspections when they need it yeah well yeah tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow but keep in mind we can help you most of the time cool how do we get a hold of seven four four one four seven four four sixty nine hundred that's four one four seven four four sixty nine hundred or accurate basement repair dot com.
"faso" Discussed on KOMO
"Headlines we're following this hour Amazon CEO Jeff Faso's giving a major boost to the fight against climate change in a post on his Instagram page today Basil says he's putting ten billion with a B. dollars toward the effort through the launch of the base those earth find the world's richest man called the climate change the biggest threat to our planet and the jury in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial in New York set to start deliberations tomorrow the sixty seven year old disgraced movie mogul faces five felony counts including rape and predatory sexual assault could spend the rest of his life behind bars if he's convicted on some of those charges get ready for a new controversy around the environmental protection agency where officials are preparing to change rule when it comes to mercury pollution environmental reporter Brady Dennis is taking a closer look at this for the Washington post and he spoke with como's bill o'neil pretty often times in the last few years these changes from the EPA been applauded by business and industry this time that's not the case this is a rare case where you know for the most part the electric industry around the country is saying in in a nutshell we don't want this we already complied with these rules years ago and this threatens to up in some of that and then there's some legal risk involved in the control you know are are expected costs that could come with us and so a lot of electric utilities have explicitly athlete gate please not go forward with this particular wall back know what is this changing what would it mean it's a little trickier than your normal de regulation that we've seen under the trump administration the real reason that patrol in that situation is undertaking this wall back is not to did not to allow companies to put more mercury into their per se they've been outspoken that they don't plan to change the actual rules how much mercury you know give me a minute into the air only after here is to change how the government calculates costs and benefits health benefits when regulating you know things like emissions from power plants and you know people who followed closely say that this can have real implications going forward yeah and hamstring in the government and being able to eat and exchanging that cost benefit analysis you change what the government is able to regulate in the future and so they see it as a kind of a broader effort to hamstring future administration should be able to regulate similar situations so why is the EPA doing this you know the the industry in the U. K. enter Wheeler has been pretty outspoken that he doesn't believe the the EPA should be in the business only what they call code then after that in a nutshell that's really jobs benefits that you get help that that you know reduce reductions and heart attack he has none other health benefits when you regulate one such as mercury but you get other benefits by also cutting out other things like small that are kind of a by product that regulation so by changing that calculus it changes you know how much you know the government's calculation of how much this is going to cost industry you know as we hear so often in these cases is there a sense that this could be headed to a legal battle as well I think almost certainly so almost everything to come out of the gate yeah and in this particular case I know that some electric utilities are are worried that they can be you know they spent collectively billions of dollars to put on pollution controls in certain plans to live up to these regulations and they worry that they could be sued by rate payers by by ordinary folks to say you know we should now those charges shouldn't be passed on this cost should be passed on because yeah now these regulations are no longer necessary that's environmental reporter Brady Dennis read more online at washingtonpost dot com this call most bill o'neil the state of California is preparing to formally apologize for the internment of Japanese Americans during World War two during the war more than one hundred and twenty thousand Japanese Americans were detained at ten internment camps in California alone Tribune news service says Thursday the California assembly will approve a formal apology to all Americans of Japanese descent for California's role here in that mass incarceration come on whose time one fifty insurance business news from Jennifer Cushing got business schools are racing to add concentrations in science technology engineering and math to their MBA programs as they try to broaden their appeal to prospective students overseas who want to work in the U. 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"faso" Discussed on KQED Radio
"News good morning from the BBC in London nine Pete Ross of BBC topline some of our top global stories this hour reports in the west African nation of Burkina Faso say at least twenty four people have been killed during an attack on a church Sunday's attack was in the north of the country near the border of nausea there's been a dramatic increase in Jack how does violence in Burkina Faso since twenty sixteen officials say gunmen storm the village of pansy when the church was full the pasta conducting the Sunday service was amongst those killed and several people also adopted by the suspected Islamist militants the situation in became a five so is Diana just last week seven people were seized from the home of a pasta in the same Iago province will Ross elsewhere Spanish and to really to lady was going on trial in trade for insulting gold any cases revive calls for the abolition of blasphemy laws a team of Christian lawyers accuses him of offending religious sentiments in several of his Facebook posts he used foul language to tonight's gold and the cult of the virgin Mary and the U. S. carmaker General Motors has said it will **** the historical stroking car brands Holden as it's no longer competitive the American car jungle and sales design and engineering operations of holding by next year with a loss of six hundred jobs historically Australian manufactured car was a source of national pride known as Australia's own car Holden was heavily supported and subsidized by the government for decades Shamika Lille in Sydney and in London on Pete Ross the BBC a hundred years before Rosa Parks there with Elizabeth Jennings grant she stood her ground and kind of set the wheels in motion but she receded from public life and as an unintended consequence I think her story receded from public like one piece of the story of desegregating mass transit in America I'm original Paul and that's next time on the take away from W. NYC and P. R. at you can hear the take away coming up at noon right here at KQED public radio it's four forty four I'm Marla Davies good morning good morning I know well king of breeding more it's turned eighteen years old yesterday she wanted to have her birthday party in a place she's obsessed targets yeah targets a store outside Atlanta granted her wish rating and her friends were target uniforms those red shirts and khakis with name tags they use walkie talkies and stock the shelves and if the end of the party breeding checked her friends out at.
"faso" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Miller Makina Foucault's problems are not not unique to burkina-fasso neighbouring Mali and Nesia are also plagued by jihadists operating between two three countries nor is Kena in a falls so quite struggling on its own. It is part of the G.. Five Sil- an organization of West African States also including Chad and Mauritania but it is Bikini Foucault which is currently bearing the brunt. Our first guest today is Muhammadu Salvador. Go He's a security analyst and researcher at the university city. Gaston Berger in Senegal. He joins us from Burkina. Faso's capital Ouagadougou. Let's start with those two most recent attacks. What do we understand? Understand about. Who the Jihadists? What motivates them and where they're coming from we have local groups who is a we population? We've community community would do these kind of attacks but we must understand that we have to be groups. We have gym and we have if let me state in Grit Sahara but they use local groups to do attacks embrace apart. We look good with logistic and the technical and to the government of these attacks. Obviously having a terrible effect on the people in the places which On the direct threat from the Jihadists. But what effect is it having on Makina foucault as a whole where you are now in. Ouagadougou can you tell the the jihadist insurgency is having an effect on the country. Yes all the population are video video upset and don't know really what will happen next because they know that more and more state government is not in control anymore all the population notice that now. It's very serious and all the population are now focused on the government and to tell him to find quickly tradition one of the solutions. The government is now advocating. Is this idea of arming and training civilian civilian militias. Is that idea popular. Do People think that that will actually work. Not For now but in the field people for told us they already studied. But is not illegal it. self-defense groups about reffing out with this new tuition in the next year or next week we will probably define officially even fell in defeat. Three people feel reassured by. Hi that though. Or is that seen as an admission by the Burkinabe government that burkina-faso's military and security forces says cannot cope on their own it health and health. Some people feel that it would be An helpful about in other people feed that you will not be helpful because where the army didn't success. He will be difficult to civilian. WHO two weeks training will saxophone and Beijing that day we be more and more targeted by terrorist group later in the show we will? We'll be discussing France's response to this crisis not just in Burkina Faso but across West Africa. France has of course announced announced an increase of troops to west Africa. This week is that prospect welcomed in Burkina Faso. Would people like to see a greater the two French presence in the country or not the people who is into town the big town like Google and way beyond our adopt adopt. They told that Dr. It's not user at NAB that we not be because it's people who still believe in to. My God is philosophy but people in the field the people in the out about where we have. Wow where do we have these groups. They'll be very the appeal to get support from friends or another country because they suffered a lot and because they just want peaceful gets. That's one solution to find weekly as far as it's possible to tell do. The jihadists have any support among the general population in Burkina Faso. Is there any sympathy for them. Yes we have noticed that more and more we are become unusualness. We have believers who have technical support in a vigil in Riphil big next visit. The committee are doing by looking at other. Jihadists offering any kind of alternative vision of a recruiting people by playing on the grievances. That people might have yes that off Aaron Justice in the thus the government sold all the area to remind company to the hunting range and now the Gaddis I offered to these people. What belong to then Motley Betty to use the natural resource other fears among Burkinabe? People people where you are in Ouagadougou that the burkinabe state itself might be under threat that the government that you now have might collapse for me. Big Government are already. Why because one many part of country are aww in control anymore N.? Many people think that they have swear that government cannot find foolish to problem. What's happening now? It's real area. Who Contest Santhal government? And don't they have to taken and to take control again Muhammadu. Salvador go in Ouagadougou..
Can Burkina Faso help itself?
"If in a given year is lowest terror attacks in one European country over one American state killed nearly two thousand people forced six six hundred thousand more from their homes. It would probably make the front page in west Africa not so much but that was the story of two thousand thousands of nineteen in Burkina-fasso earlier this week twenty more people were killed in a jihadist attack incentive province in the country's north the week before. Oh that thirty nine people were killed by jihadists in a neighboring province of Soom became the foucault is in many respects ideal operational environment for the Jehad EST groups. The government is weak. The security services under-equipped. Its borders porous. It's not true. Cover plentiful and it's people not short of have reasonable grievances which extremists can exploit in January two thousand nineteen after a series of terrorist incidents including attacks on burkina-faso's army army headquarters and the French embassy. MAKINA foucault's entire government resigned a year. Later is Kena Foucault's new government doing any better through. What realistic options does it have? And if further French military intervention won't stop the Jihadists. What
Burkina Faso mourns dozens of victims after double attack
"President roh Cristian Kubota of Burkina falso has declared two days of national mourning after dozens of people were killed in two Islamist insurgent attacks on Tuesday the government said the militants first attacked a military outpost in northern South some programs before turning their guns on civilians the west African nation has descended into Sirius on rest through a home grown insurgency and jihadists spillover from neighboring
Dozens of civilians killed by jihadists in Burkina Faso
"Two attacks by Islamist insurgents in the west African states of picking a fast so have left dozens of people dead the government said the militants fest attacked a military outpost in northern soon province on Tuesday before turning their guns on civilians it said eighty insurgents were killed along with seven soldiers and thirty five civilians most of them women two days of national mourning reinforce once relatively stable the king Afonso has descended into serious unrest
35 civilians, 80 jihadists killed in attack in Burkina Faso
"In the west African nation of Burkina fall so that nation's president says jihadist have killed at least thirty five civilians most of them women according to the military a clash between security forces and the terrorist also killed an estimated eighty jihadist the violence took place along that country's border with Molly and reportedly last several hours for now no group has claimed responsibility for today's
Burkina Faso at epicentre of dramatic humanitarian crises gripping central Sahel
"Violent attacks by extremists. Almost every day in the style nations of Mali Niger and Bikini Fasso have displaced nearly one million people and caused emergency levels of malnutrition affecting thousands of children U. N. humanitarian said the World Food Program. or W WT pay want on Tuesday that if nothing is done to tackle hunger in the region a whole generation could be at risk but Kina Fatso is worst hit with one third of the country retreat now a conflict zone. His David Bullman. WSB Country Director in Burkina Faso. It'd be armed groups that were seeing. The conflict are active active also in Mali Niger. So it's three country crisis and we have some people fleeing across the border. I mean for those population. They don't particularly notice the border the safest route away from insecurity and they take when they're displaced. It means that they basically leave everything behind their livelihood. It's their business in an are doing farming and animal rating. They're really very dependent on Monday in eastern Mali. More than twenty soldiers were killed in an attack on that patrol role by militants the latest in a series of deadly attacks linked to extremists who have exploited ethnic tensions and poor infrastructure according to government data nearly nearly half a million people have been displaced in Burkina Faso in less than a year. But that figure is likely to reach six hundred and fifty thousand before the end of two thousand nineteen while while. WFP has helped some two point six million people with food and nutrition assistance in the three sil- countries this year it has warned that in some displaced communities severe acute shoot. Malnutrition is skyrocketing
Ambush on mining company convoy kills 37 in Burkina Faso
"Gunmen attacked a convoy near a Canadian mining site in Burkina faas or killing at least thirty seven people wounding sixty others Montreal based some of us some of us in the blood should have in about twenty five miles from its mine and Burkina Faso's eastern region and in five five buses of employees or being accompanied by a military
The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini
"Thanksgiving Day November twenty fourth fourth two thousand and sixteen Keith Papina says he got up early that day and at four thirty am his cell phone rang now this call comes in and he says it's a number. He did not recognize so he didn't answer his phone. It's an unknown caller yeah then the home phone own is ringing to which he does answer the home phone and he told twenty twenty th it was his wife screaming in the background yelling his name and a police officer to which he could hear the officer telling the wife that she needed to be calm. She needed to calm down twenty two days as after she vanished Sherry papina turned up one hundred fifty miles away from her home she was found in Yolo county around four. Am I am on the side of an entrance ramp to the northbound I five highway. This is near county road seventeen a female motorist Chris Allison Sutton called police upon seeing a frantic woman roadside waving what she believed to be shirt now. Alison says she didn't stop because she wasn't certain that this whole situation was safe for her to sny she does this. Maybe a crazy person on the side of the road a second driver ever this was a truck driver he he did stop and he called police. Sherry Pechiney was found she was clothed in light gray race sweat pants and a dark gray sweatshirt. I point out what she was found in because this is not what she was wearing when she went missing there was there's also a chain wrapped around her waist and her left wrist was tether to the chain with a zip tie. According to the local papers specifically the Sacramento Bee and the redding record searchlight Sherry also had hose clamps around her ankles to which sergeant agent Brian Jackson said quote appear to have acted as pain compliance restraints is very important to understand that nearly everything anything we know about Sheri's ordeal and her release we know from her husband. Keith Sherry has never made a public statement statement. She is never she's not even appeared in public at all about this and the sheriff's office the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. They've only really addressed any of these circumstances regarding Sheri's ordeal possibly because they feel they've been forced to because of Keith's public statements we'll present what he says what key says and then we'll address. What if anything thing we actually know to be true so I'm GonNa paraphrase some of this stuff the follows but this is what Keith told old twenty twenty about Sheri's release? He says that she was bound that she had a chain around her waist. She had a bag over her ahead. He says he can't remember if it was her right or her left arm that was chained to the chain but one of her ours ars was chained to the chain and then the other hand was chained to something inside the vehicle and to be clear the interviewer wants to clarify and says this is to make sure that she didn't jump out of the vehicle to which he says yes now. He says at some point they hey cut something to free her restraint that was holding her to the vehicle then they pushed her out and they drove away Sherry had one hand hand free and took the bag off of her head and at this point. She has no idea where she is. She runs to a house to which she doesn't. I'd say she says to him that it didn't look to be like a good idea so she then ran to another building but couldn't get inside the building and that's when she chose to run to the freeway and how far away is she found from her actual home a hundred and fifty miles so quite a distance yeah and he goes on to tell twenty twenty that she's you know she's screaming. She's Coughing Ping. He says that she's coughing up blood and screaming trying to get people to stop you know get a vehicle to stop so they can help her but she tells him that she thinks that because of the chains the chain wrapped around her that maybe people thought she escaped from a prison or or escape from somewhere that you know the she was a bad person and maybe that's why they wouldn't stop so so she purposely tried to hide the chain to try to get somebody to stop and eventually we know that somebody did stop why I guess she was severely beaten as well aww she had a broken nose and she had bumps. It seemed like all over Faso that this could be an you know. I don't know if there was any dried blood blood or what the bruising situation would be but that that could startled somebody the twenty twenty broadcast they played a radio transmission that that summoned the ambulance to the scene where Sherry was found. You can hear radio chatter but what what I heard in there says attention station eight unknown medical problem. It's going to be north on. I five female needs medical attention. She is heavily battered attard. It's going to be some sort of assault now. Keith after the phone call he rushes to the Woodland Memorial Hospital this to see his wife Life Sherry. He says when he got to share his room he was horrified. He told Good Morning America quote nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see upon my arrival at the hospital nor the details of the true hell I was about to hear my first sight of my wife in a hospital bed her her face covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings the bridge of her nose broken her now emaciated create a body of eighty-seven pounds was covered multicolored bruises severe burns Red Rashes and chain markings her signature long blonde blonde hair had been chopped off she had been branded and I could feel the rise of her scabs under my fingers and quote the Shasta County Sheriff's office well their information has been much less detailed than that of her husband and authorities actually expressed frustration that Keith revealed so much information to the media right because this is ongoing investigation so he says that her her injuries the way he describes it. This is pretty severe stuff right. Yeah the the thing that would kind of go against that is is this regarding the severity of her injuries. Sherry Pechiney was released from the hospital and went to a hotel hell with her husband that same day right and this according to the sheriff she was treated for her injuries and released just as someone would be see if they had sprained an ankle. That's what the Sheriff said Yeah but the Sheriff did say that they were were ecstatic to report fort that Sherry did she was located and had been reunited with her family right in but to be on the side of Keith and his wife look at some of these brutal. UFC fights people go five rounds twenty five minutes of punching each other in the face and kickin each each other in the shins and these guys barely can walk out of the octagon their faces look to form. They look awful. During the press conferences they go get checked out by the doctor and then they're they're sat away. The investigators from the Major Crimes Unit did speak with Sherry. This was briefly in the hospital and then they he did question her at length five days later after she recovered from these injuries. According to Sheriff Saco Sherry was quote. Oh cooperative and courageous in the intense and traumatic interviews with investigators he said Sherry reported the following. She said that she was abducted by two Hispanic women in a dark colored. SUV with large rear windows she had no other description of the vehicle goal and she could not identify on any video surveillance footage taken in the area around the time of her abduction note that the sheriff's chiefs office never came out and said that Sherry was definitely abducted while on her run we know that to be believed to be the case ace by her family beforehand all right. So what else have we done. Sherry only gives the officers a let's say vague description seven of her abductors right and she went on to tell police that she avoided looking at them so they would not beat her and that her head was covered for or some of the time that she was held captive and we don't know how dark it was in this place or anything yeah yeah there again. We have vague descriptions of everything because we're hearing this. This is what Sherry tells the police and this is what they have chose to release to to the public. She says that one of the women note. She says that she was abducted by two women one of the women had a long curly hair are thin eyebrows and pierced ears. She had a thick accent and she appeared to be between twenty and thirty years old about five foot put five inches tall suspect number two according to Sherry was older. Maybe forty to fifty years of age about five afoot seven and had straight black hair with some gray she had thick eyebrows and pierced ears both were armed with handguns John's. She said that the kidnappers drove for about two and a half hours non. Stop on the first day. The kidnappers spoke Spanish most of the time the female captors were the only two people with whom Sherry had contact with for the duration of her captivity but Sankoh confirmed this she was bound with this restraints when she was found and Jackson the other officer said that Sherry had been branded on her right shoulder older after and appeared battered and bruised they they actually think this branding was something like actually said something yeah yeah. The description I read was that the brand appeared to be a message rather than a symbol but whatever it is. It's unclear what it what it's intended the to be. I think they know what it is or at least the the rumors that I heard is they know what the messages they're not releasing that to the public okay I I had saw that it was illegible. They couldn't make anything out of it but I don't know that to be true so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa steer anybody the wrong the other way I mean that's pretty creepy that somebody would brand you and not just brand new with some symbol but some type of message Sherry told investigators is that she was not sexually assaulted. we do have investigators. That Dick did confirm that Sherry's hair was shoulder length when she was found now. I do want to point out that a lot of people suspected Sheri's exceedingly long hair was actually extensions that were may have just been removed. the the thing here to give the best description to those out there listening is that when she was found her hair was not what I would call short. It was just shorter it was it was shoulder length at the time now Sherry told detectives that just before she was released she could hear her captors. Having an argument it followed by a gunshot she said the younger of her abductors then took her from the room where she was being held captive drove her down a winding road and dropped dropped her off near interstate five a be on the lookout immediately went out for a dark colored SUV with two Latino Tino women but everyone acknowledged that in California that description well it didn't go very far on the day after Sherry was found her sister held a press conference and she was reading a statement that was prepared by Sharee and Keith
"One down endless numbers to go. You know there's been a lot of research lately about how we can get rid of malaria carrying mosquito populations walk. One way might be to use a transgenic fungus. There's a certain fungus found in the wild that already infects and kills insects but a team of researchers made it a whole a whole lot more deadly they genetically modified it to produce a toxin derived from the Venom of the Australian Blue Mountains funnel web spider to to test whether it could decrease mosquito populations researchers constructed a structure in Burkina Faso that contain chambers with huts plants pools and food food. They hung a piece of black cloth soaked in sesame oil inside a hut in each of three chambers one sheet had oil mixed with the transgenic fungus one had oil mixed with naturally occurring fungus and one with just oil then scientists released thousand male mosquitoes and five hundred female email mosquitoes into a chamber after forty five days the population in the chamber with this transgenic fungus went down to just thirteen mosquitoes ddos in the chamber with naturally occurring fungus it went down to four hundred fifty five and in the one with plain oil to thirteen hundred ninety six the female mosquitoes infected with the fungus also laid far fewer eggs than normal. It was important to the scientists to use materials like cotton and sesame oil that are relatively inexpensive accessible so regular people can implement the technique if the fungus becomes affordable and accessible as well our mall all four that idea this moment science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don Glass and I mea CASSANDRA.
Refugees And Dealing With Them Fleeing Libya To Europe
"Least forty refugees and migrants are feared dead. After a boat carrying dozens of people across the mediterranean sea on route to europe europe capsized tuesday morning off the coast of libya according to the libyan coast guard some sixty five migrants and refugees mostly from sudan were rescued with the help of local fishermen the associated press reported at least five people were confirmed dead including women and child from morocco whose bodies were recovered near the western town of homes seventy five five miles east of tripoli with tuesday's tragedy the number of migrants and refugees who've lost their lives in the mediterranean in two thousand nineteen is it's up to nine hundred just last month about one hundred fifty people including children mostly from africa drowned off the coast of libya in a separate shipwreck brek according to the un high commissioner for refugees rescue operations for the latest migrants shipwreck continued to be underway the final death toll may be even higher this latest this disaster comes as far right european leaders like the italian deputy prime minister and minister of the interior matteo salvini continue to criminalize refugees and migrants this as well as humanitarian aid workers who often lead search and rescue missions in the atlantic in the mediterranean this june police in italy arrested corolla rakhat the thirty one year old german captain of the sea watch rescue ship after vessel collided with an italian border police boat when she attempted to docket and italian alley in port and in two thousand seventeen pia clamp also a member of c watch was arrested at the same port and charged with assisting so-called illegal immigration clamps currently awaiting trial and faces up to twenty years in prison if convicted for more we go to geneva where we're joined by charlie oxley u. N. high commissioner for refugees jeez global spokesperson for mixed migration mediterranean and africa welcome to democracy now charlie actually can you explain what just happened this latest shipwreck shipwreck and what the casualties are well once again we morning yet another the tragic incident resulting from people trying to flee the war and violence <hes> in libya. The rescue operation is still underway a but what we understand from our teams who are there on the ground speaking with survivors a boat left in the early hours of yesterday morning very soon came into distress appears the forty people who have now drowned on the mediterranean and and this is just the latest and a series of drownings people taking these similar similar journeys to this one each time we do see a outpouring of public sympathy empathy expressed from all corners but we're calling now for those sentiments to be translated into meaningful action u._n._h. This house proposed a way forward. There's a number of ways we can improve search and rescue capacity at sea and get refugees libya so they don't take these boats in the first place but this situation cannot continue as is so explain who was in this ship before and it <hes> before before the shipwreck and explain why they couldn't get to land this group <hes> it's very similar to the kinda groups. We often see departing from libya. It's a mixed group of people of refugees and migrants around a third from refugee producing country so in the east and west of africa we currently have more than fifteen unresolved conflicts insecurity in different areas and particularly in places like a retriever aaron and somalia and sudan in in the east. Mali and burkina faso's in the west people. They're fleeing ongoing fighting by armed groups and are in need of refugee protection at the same time we do see secondary movement from countries neighboring those countries because their asylum silence systems are in need of strengthening and then needs to be strategic development assistance when people don't feel safe and feel they're able to make the most of economic opportunities that will allow them in their families to survive we see a rising trend of people putting their hands in that lives in the hands of smugglers and traffickers who commit a range of human rights abuses and they're responsible for putting people in these flimsy and uh unseaworthy boats that have often little hope of reaching dry land unattached court ruled two weeks ago that the spanish humanitarian ship open arms which choose waiting off the italian island of lampedusa carrying nearly one hundred fifty rescued migrants and refugees should be allowed to dock in italy. This was in defiance of a ban by italy's as far right interior minister and deputy prime minister matteo salvini in a statement issued by his office savini said quote. I continue and we'll continue denied landing to those those who claim to bring illegal immigrants always and only in italy savino also said he'll continue to defend italy's borders and say quote no to disembarking. Can you talk about the significance what this means for migrants that say this is different legal and logistical restrictions being placed on them mm-hmm therefore needs to be acknowledged and supported and not criminalized no stigmatize there are suggestions by some that these ngos <hes> collaborate with smugglers aid illegal migration but we see no evidence for that at different times teams in the last year there have been no ngo boats operating search and rescue on the central mediterranean and yet actually the average number of departures has increased when we look more closely at the situation it becomes clear that it's the push factors that people leaving behind line the wall violence and human rights abuses the escalating violence in libya since april has a much bigger motivating factor than any any kind of potential pull factor of the presence of ngo booze pant clamp. The german captain of a refugee rescue ship who now faces is prison time in italy after rescuing hundreds of refugees in the mediterranean has refused to accept award given her in july on behalf of the city of paris paris clump wrote on facebook last week that paris mayor hidalgo and the city of paris pope one award a medal for my solid darrien action in the mediterranean sea because our crews worked to rescue migrants from difficult conditions on a daily basis at the same time. You're police are stealing blankets from people. Oh you forced to live on the streets while you raid protests and criminalize people that are standing up for rights of migrants and asylum seekers clem said she was awarded the grandville metal last month alongside caroline raquet. <hes> fellow member of the refugee rescue organization see watch two years ago. Oh clemson ship was seized by authorities in italian port and choose eventually church with assisting so-called illegal immigration. She's currently awaiting trial facing up to twenty years in prison if convicted charlie actually if you could comment on the stakes for people who are trying to help those who might diet see and are well. I think the frustrations frustration sees expresses. The <hes> understandable i mean ngop boats are picking up people who are in a desperate state. That's be clear people. Don't take these boat vote journeys. They are aware that these journeys could often be fatal and nobody puts their own lives and the lives of their families at risk in that way unless they feel the better off on the water on the land so when ngos pick the pick people up in rescued him in the see. They're all well. Dean is not then over there then stranded at sea for days on end while states have often engaged in political back and forth trying to see who can most shift responsibility onto others. I think what's needed now is for the toxicity in the political michael debate to be removed and more objective perspective to come in here. The number of arrivals reaching european shows are really down significantly -nificant. We're no longer in a situation like we saw in twenty fourteen in the immediate years that followed where we saw incredibly high numbers way back to pre-crisis levels but yet deaths remained broadly the same <hes> so we're no longer in a crisis of arrivals here we're in a crisis of deaths in and that needs to be some soul searching about whether european willing to engage with people who are seeking asylum on their doorstep sta. You have said one in six or one in seven people die at sea. Can you explain where they are dying. What what is the route. They're taking and talk about why libya is such a critical place for them and where they're coming from
News in Brief 22 August 2019
"This is the news and brief from the united nations in his message for the first ever international day commemorating the victims of acts of violence based based on religion or belief u. n. Secretary general antonio guitarist on thursday recalled that world religions has spouse tolerance and peaceful coexistence in a spirit of shared humanity and yet over the past few months there have been an increasing number of religious based attacks assaults new zealand sri lanka and the united states have specifically targeted places of worship and from syria the two central african republic entire communities have been attacked on the grounds of their faith on this day we reaffirm our unwavering support for the victims of violence based on religion and belief stated the u._n. Chief and we demonstrate that support by doing all in our power to prevent such attacks ax and demanding that those responsible or held accountable he concluded turning to the environment the relentless sequence of natural disasters in asia and the pacific over the past two years has been beyond prediction. This is according to the latest report by the u._n. Economic and and social commission for asia and the pacific escape the asia pacific disaster report twenty nineteen launched on thursday reveals sales that recent disasters especially those triggered by climate change have grown in intensity frequency and complexity making disaster preparation asian more difficult in twenty eighteen almost half of the world's two hundred eighty-one natural disasters occurred in the region including eight of the the ten deadliest r meena ali savannah the executive secretary of s cap said that while countries across the region have committed themselves to the sustainable development goals by twenty thirty. They cannot achieve many of the s._d._g. Targets if their people are not protected from disasters the report calls for transformative change with social policies and disaster resilience no longer treated as separate policy domains and to africa now secretary general antonio gutierrez condemned nineteen august attack on the military camp of co two goo in burkina faso which official reports say was one of the country's deadliest attacks this year he expressed deep condolences to the victim's family emily the people and the government the u._n. Chief further condemned the ongoing indiscriminate attacks against civilian populations and cold for the authorities to swiftly bring the perpetrators to justice mister gutierrez stated that military actions must be conducted in accordance with international human rights and international humanitarian law lists kapiti u._n. News.
Dyer, West Africa And Scientist discussed on PRI's The World
"Mosquitoes are more than the summer nuisance in places where they carry malaria the consequences of mosquito bites can be dyer and even deadly that's why they experiment underway in burkina faso in west africa this week is a big deal on monday afternoon scientist released ten thousand genetically modified mosquitos in one village
"faso" Discussed on Probably Science
"I don't think I'd have photo bug eyed already how to like that kid down the road nicknamed Skida. I don't think I don't think. Okay. We named him skater because he is annoying, and sucks blood. It's possible. That's where it comes from where else would it come from? Don't know if you know, listeners, right? Into probably science gmaiLcom or tweet us at probably science mulk name Dita screaming. Let's, let's do the skater story. What this fungus, it mentions? The word toxins, this all ties does a fungus genetically enhanced to produce spider toxin can rapidly kill huge numbers of the mosquitoes that spread malaria suggests to study trials which took place in Burkina Faso showed mosquito populations collapsed by nine thousand nine percent within forty five days, magical capital overcame fossil. Is that what I do? Wow. That's just something MAC and do go. That's just one of the ones that everyone knows if you know capitals because it's so we did that wire video remember. Oh, that's right. Yeah, it was that one of the ones I was one of the things that have made it wasn't it? 'cause now I remember. I remember Hanna saying into Rudy strong Scottish. Jackson's we went viral a couple of years ago with this wired video. We tested he say, I can't say her name, she's right there against Google home and Siri different accents. Yes. So he had Andy was the American I was in relation that we had a friend who is Scottish, Australian, and Irish and one of the things was yet. What's, and there was there was someone from Germany. I think and someone from was that Japanese. I think so. Yeah, but we had one of these, I say asked assistance is where is what do I think? Yes. Anyway, so we're all right. Because I remember like Ouaga do walk. I'll do. So did you really the research, say the researchers say their aim is not to make the insects extinct? But to help stop the spread of malaria. We the disease which is spread with the female mosquitoes, drink blood kills more than four hundred thousand people a year. That's another useful bit of trivia, and those are horrifying bit of trivia is the mosquito is by far, the deadliest animal enough. What that's true. Yeah. Think if you think about. Zeile will be between like malaria dengue, West Nile, they kill mosquitos e hill, so many more people than any animal that you think of as being dead, the snakes will it as dolls or whatever, hippos right up that to I've heard, I love hippos for that reason, the that these Doraville hippos are actually horrendously violence renaissance vice when you see them here to'real. Yeah. I guess I guess it's because he think of like toy hippos and hungry, hungry hippo stuff. And then you see them face on actually attacking. And they've got this sort of fangs that all the size of your forum. I think it's because, you know, we think of fat people as being very jolly and chummy and friendly. And we've predicted that onto hippos and everything and every fatty animal like giant pandas also very vicious right are though, pandas, I yeah, I think giant pandas are Danja. That's definitely one of those ones where every so often someone gets into a zoo enclosure to try and hug a pan. Coast. They should make version. That's cool. Why can maybe every two kinds of panda? Projecting onto pandas. Let them be them selves. Do we are we scared of them? Wiping out mosquitoes completely. I think we've, we've talked about this with a few different experts. We a friend of ours in Australia..
"faso" Discussed on Messengers
"Welcome to messengers when missionary randy tar connected by facetime Video Messenger Yeah I can He was in Ouagadougou. The capital and largest city in the west African nation burkina-fasso I was in my office here at the Church it Randy told me about forty years and had planted that church as well as several other churches in the area and he's a man that great integral eighty and influence in the community and he just simply even though he had been threatened several times by jihadists eat refused to leave and they showed up on that Sunday morning and they had already the service was over they'd come outside and we're talking under trees when the jihadist came and rounded them up and began to kill people one by one while no one has claimed responsibility for the attack the government believes it has the hallmarks of these lawmakers state in the Greater Sahara wingo spate of attacks targeting religious installations on she paused in Bukina Fossil President Rock Macabre fouts to defeat extremist crews looking up as who became foucault has to stand up against these terrorists and we will fight them into violent extremism and intolerance leaves like to express on behalf of the members of the council our condemnation of yesterday's attack on the Protestant church in Cigar Booking Pozo where were you when you you've got the news that there had been an attack on a assemblies of God church I think when I got the news about the first attack I was in Senegal and Yeah I would have been in Senegal at that point when the church was attacked and see guy and the pastor was killed there I saw it on BBC news late in the evening on Sunday of whatever day that was I don't recall the exact date and I saw their attack on a Protestant church in Burkina on I thought my bitch that's an assembly guide church but I went and read the article I didn't say just set a Protestant Church and then the next morning I think I gotta what's APP from the Tenant Pastor Michelle outgo simply telling me that unfortunately hit abandoned assemblies of God church in that the pastor and five other members had been killed from Oak Creek Assembly of God world impact this is messengers reports from people who bring the message of hope around the world I'm Tom Murray the mission's pastor here and as we put together messengers this month here's his on my heart my missionary and Christian worker around the world I pray that you find encouragement through our reports and we know the harvest is plentiful but the global workers are few you so I'm praying that messengers finds the right ears perhaps leading you to say here I am send me or maybe for you hearing this report will who've you to a new level of missions prayer or generosity through your local church or it could be curiosity year checking out messengers as you explore what it means to be a follower of Christ wherever you are on the journey thank you for your heart for what's happening around the globe we post a new report the second Tuesday of every month and we want you to know about new episodes I so go ahead and click subscribe right now to make sure messengers arrived to your device as soon as we post this month's report persecution in Burkina Faso the randy and Becky tar live in Senegal and our longtime missionary leaders in west Africa from there they serve countries like burkina-fasso. Yes I mean I've been here many many times I worked here as a missionary for two and a half years back in the eighties and probably come here four or five times a year one of the qualities that I really appreciate about Randy and you're going to hear this as you listen to this report. He gives these candidates sites that can only come from someone who lives among the people knows the people and deeply cares for the people of West Africa the story that needs to get out that Christians are being persecuted and that we need to pray that God would give the Church strength in the midst of it this persecution to continue to boldly proclaim the truth of Jesus Christ and that they wouldn't shrink in in the face of this persecution burkina-fasso is a landlocked country in west Africa about twice the size of Wisconsin. When you talk about the recent attack on a church and burkina-fasso you have to ask which one there were three thousand God pastors killed to my knowledge there were two Catholic priests killed so to Catholic churches were attacked at least two assemblies of God his were attacked this last week there were two more assemblies of God churches destroyed but we really don't think that one was the work of jihadist we think was the work of opportunists who saw the other stuff going on and they said this is our chance to attack the church so yeah that's the reality we had a pastor who was kidnapped about eighteen months ago and he was released three months ago eld Catholic Priests Killed Catholic churches attacked assemblies of God Churches Attacked Churches destroyed a pastor family captured and held Jesus gave us this command you can find it in John Chapter fifteen verse Seventeen Jesus said very simply love each other love each other but he knew that everyone would not live by this instruction Jesus even told his followers not to be surprised when it becomes difficult to be as follower right after Jesus said love each other he said this if the world hates you remember that hated me I when I spoke with Randi it was just afternoon here in Wisconsin in early evening in West Africa that day he traveled to a city called Kaya K. A. Y. A. It's about ninety minutes drive from the capital there and burkina-fasso and inquire about ninety five pastors from more remote areas who endured threats they had come to Kaya to gather in this church.
Fungus Engineered To Contain Spider Venom Kills Malaria-Carrying Mosquitoes
"Researchers from the university of Maryland. And from Burkina Faso's institute for research, and health sciences may have struck a major blow against malaria. A trial of genetically modified fungus has killed nine thousand nine percent of malaria carrying mosquitoes in one area of mcanuff also in a matter of weeks. The fungus, which naturally infects mosquitoes has been souped up with venom from the strain funnel web spider.
It Looked As Though Millions Of Babies Would Miss Out On A Lifesaving Vaccine
"Two million. That is the number of babies who were at risk. Because the pharmaceutical company, Merck stopped providing lifesaving doc seen to several west African countries at the same time. Merckx was going to start selling the vaccine at a higher price to China NPR broke that story last fall. And now we have good news to report those babies will still get the vaccine as NPR's. Mike, lean do cleft reports other companies are now stepping in the vaccine is for a disease called Rotavirus, which infects basically. Every child on the planet every child. Whether you live in the US so you live in doping country is infected with this disease. That's Dr mature Santo, Shem Johns. Hopkins University pediatrician in an expert on Rotavirus. He says the disease causes very severe diarrhea here in the US children can easily get treatment at a hospital, but in poor countries without good healthcare systems would've virus can be deadly. It can be a very severe disease. Like I've seen kids died in front of my eyes. Santos says Rotavirus still kills about two hundred thousand children in babies each year. Because families in poor countries can't afford the vaccine here in the US it cost about two hundred dollars a course. So back in two thousand twelve the two companies that manufactured a vaccine Merck GlaxoSmithKline agreed to drastically, reduce the price for low income countries to about ten dollars a course Merck would supply four countries in west Africa in GlaxoSmithKline with supply, forty two countries. Cintos says this was great news could should not be denied vaccine, just because they belong to a poor country. Muck stuck to that agreement for six years, then last year, the company announced it was ending the agreement at the same time, Merck started selling the vaccine to China and a much higher price. Deborah Athalie is at the nonprofit path, which helps develop vaccines for poor countries. She says the global health community was alarmed. You have a, a major manufacturer of a vaccine announcing that they're going to exit from the market. And I think it created a bit of a panic for countries that were accustomed to having this vaccine. It also meant that more than two million babies in Burkina Faso Ivory coast. Mali in Sao Tome, Principe would go without the vaccine. That was November two thousand eighteen at the time. Moore told NPR in an Email that the reason for the pilot was supply constraints. The company also expressed quote, deepest regret to all the parties involved. Soon after NPR reported that story other vaccine manufacturers stepped up to fill in the gap. Glaxosmithkline is now supplying one country with the vaccine, and Athalie says to Indian companies Bharat biotech in serum institute of India will supply, the other countries in thirty says, no child will miss out on immunization because of Merck's termination of the agreement. We do not anticipate that any countries will have a gap in vaccinating their children. And so you think of this is a pretty big success story. It, it is we deal with tons of challenges in global health, and this is one where the global health community rallying around with the countries has really created success a success. That means millions of babies will now be protected
Your Daily News Brief from the UN
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. Young people in the South Pacific are leading the fight against global warming UN secretary General Antonio Gutierrez said on Monday as he continued to spotlight. The issue ahead of the climate action summit that he's convened in September in New York speaking in New Zealand, two young Maoris and people of the Pacific islands mister Gutierrez to express his gratitude to them for highlighting the importance of limiting global temperature increase to no more than one point five degrees. Centigrade above preindustrial levels by the end of the century. The UN chief also recognized the important role played by generation zero a New Zealand based youth led organization that provides solutions to cutting carbon pollution through smarter transport and independence from fossil fuels mister Gutierrez insisted that three steps would make a major difference to addressing climate change a carbon tax as opposed to a salary Levy ending fossil fuel subsidies and stopping the construction of new coal plants by twenty twenty. In a related development. Indigenous Australians are to ask a you and human rights committee to investigate its claim that the government is doing too little to limit climate change. According to reports Torres Strait islanders in the north of the country say that global warming is a threat to this viral. Thanks to rising seas tidal surges and coastal erosion, they maintained that the lack of action by the authorities is a threat to the human rights as part of their claim. The group is calling for the UN panel, which is one of ten human rights committees that meet regularly throughout the year in Geneva too cool for Austrailia to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions. An attack by gunmen on H urchin Burkina Faso that left six people dead, reportedly, including a priest has prompted widespread condemnation from senior u n officials including secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez, according to media at the attack took place in the town of Dablo situated in a region that has seen a spike in violence in recent months. The church was burned to the ground along with other buildings include. Ding a health center. In a statement, mister Gutierrez urge all citizens of Burkina Faso to stand firmly with one another across communities and not to succumb to efforts to sow discord and breed further violence just last week three top UN humanitarian officials from bikini Vassar Mali and Niger warned of an unprecedented rise in sophisticated on tax in the Suhel, which are putting the future of a whole generation at stake. Violence is spreading in Mali and Niger as well as became a faster and risks spilling over into other west African countries this has led to a fivefold rise in the displacement of the local population in the last twelve months who have seen more than three hundred and thirty thousand people leave their homes in addition to one hundred thousand refugees, and finally Gaza is a place. That's collapsing socially amid growing and serious humanitarian needs that are making an escalation of conflict there more likely at any time. That's the message from unra the UN relief and Works Agency which settled Monday that the. En Clave is seeing increasing despair and depression among the two million people who live there seventy percent of whom are refugees speaking to journalists in Geneva, Mattias Schmil, director of unrepaired in Gaza said that twelve years of blockade by Israel had left people with little hope more than half of those of working age in Gaza unemployed with little perspective of a job. He said while eighty percent of refugees live below the poverty line and depend on food handouts for the first time in my year and a half there on a herd. Three people separately from each other talk to me about noticing increasing drug abuse, increasing suicide attempts and prostitution, and they put this down to the places. Collapsing. Socially in socio, economic terms and one can see it. And of course in a background against a background like that. Again, esscalation is possible at any time. The UN official added that the recent missile exchanges between Gaza and Israel had been more intense than during the. Fourteen conflict before warning that under urgently needs between forty and fifty million dollars to fund essential humanitarian work in the second half of the year. Daniel Johnson UN news.
"faso" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Us the American consumers, so expect that the price of hundreds of items will go up the food you buy at the grocery store things like refrigerators, air conditioners, lawnmower parts, and if you're hoping to build or remodel. Well, it's going to be pretty pricey because things like concrete that he Cives would doors plumbing, carpet paint all hit with these tariffs and American three other four nationals freed and a daring raid by twenty French forces. American intelligence, helping to locate those French tourists in the neighboring country of Burkina Faso only, then where the American woman in her sixties and a Korean woman discovered with them objected separately almost a month ago. American officials confirming to ABC news they were not aware until Friday that an American citizen was among the hostages ABC's aerial Russia. Two French soldiers were killed in the raid Rudy Giuliani canceled his controversial trip to Ukraine he was heading to the eastern European country to dig up dirt on democratic presidential candidate in front runner. Joe Biden Giuliani's attempts to encourage a foreign government to investigate a political opponent met with backlash in the US. The Trump campaign distancing themselves saying they're not affiliated with these probes. ABC's? Lana Zak Giuliani has not ruled out appealing to your crane in the future. The Cuban government says it'll begin rationing chicken eggs rice, being soap and other basic products in the face of great economic crisis. In commerce minister blamed the hardening of the US trade. Embargo by the Trump administration. But economists if equal greater blame to a plunge aid from Venezuela. You're listening to ABC news. -cremento number one for breaking news, traffic,.
French special forces rescue hostages in a deadly Burkina Faso raid
"Tariffs and American three other four nationals freed and a daring raid by twenty French forces. American intelligence, helping to locate those French tourists in the neighboring country of Burkina Faso only, then where the American woman in her sixties and a Korean woman discovered with them objected separately almost a month ago. American officials confirming to ABC news they were not aware until Friday that an American citizen was among the
Burkina Faso And ABC And ABC discussed on Online Trading Academy
"An American tourist was free during a deadly raid in Africa at the time. French soldiers were trying to rescue tours from their own country who had been taken hostage ABC's area. Russia has more American intelligence helping to locate those French tourists in the neighboring country of Burkina Faso only, then where the American woman in her sixties and a Korean woman discovered with them objected separately almost a month ago. American officials confirming to ABC news they were not aware until Friday that an American citizen was among the
"faso" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"What? So is there another precedent for it? Faso unprecedented is an accurate description. Yeah. She says you facing unprecedented situations has okay? Right. Is there another precedent for it? No. Okay. Well, then it's unprecedented. Isn't it dumb? Cut eight go. Why did you feel the need? You take it to the next step to conclude that there was no cry especially given that DOJ policy. So so in other words, if somebody's innocent, why do you say that? This is a genius. Reporter you see go ahead. The very prosecutorial function. And all our powers has prosecutors including the power to convene grand juries and compulsory process. That's involved. There is for one purpose and one purpose only. It's determined. Yes. Or no was alleged conduct criminal or not criminal that is that is our responsibility. And that's why we have the tools we have. And we don't go through this process. Just to collect information throw it out to the public. We collect this information we use that compulsory frost and yet. That's exactly what. Muller did particularly in volume two regarding obstruction. Go ahead for the purpose of making that decision. And because the special counsel did not make that decision. We felt the department had to and that was a decision by may and the deputy. We don't have time. But he goes on this so called reporter to say, well, what what didn't you leave it to congress? Now, you see the stupidity. The ignorance is unbelievable. So congress should decide if a crime was committed is that how that works. Really? Are you that pathetic answer? Yes. He is. I'll be right back. The.
"faso" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That and then kids can you do it one more time. Could you say it one more time? Bob's came. We gotta deal. I will have you now nine eight nine seven three many people said police have Bob Stilton on the show every day to do something in that voice. Okay. Well, we'll go all raise do it for you. All raise the issue with Bob's people seventeen ESPN's Bob Stettin, we might have to play him. Russell Wilson money. Oh, yeah. Well, maybe a certain percentage thereof so's MIR Durkan grabbing people by the face in sort of a salting. I'm like that's next Faso's going to check traffic for us now, Tracy you are up. All right. Looking at the drive right now things are still going to be on the slower side for those of you heading northbound I five outside. Of the convention center heading into parts of Mountlake terrace. And once again, you're gonna find this slowing just after the Boeing freeway all the way up past highway two I figured we'll take a look at some of those real time travel times because they're really starting to add up thirty three minutes from Redmond to Seattle were sitting at sixty two from Seattle to Everett. Of course, we have the ball game. That's happening. So just in case you're sitting in your office right now. And you're thinking when is the best time to go. Yeah. If you can go now, I would do. So because when the ball game gets out all bets are off. And we're gonna see a big push reaching the or outside of the downtown corridor flew here with a word. That's just weird Terry cloth who exactly is Teri. And why does he get his own fabric? Did he journey below SPF fifty fight awesome weeds and his adults? How about a word for everyone float action just made it up, but I'm not making how great it feels when me and progressive protect your new home, everything that Terry. No,.
"faso" Discussed on Counting Countries
"I I was swimming with charts in Belize, and yet everything that has to do to do with water for me the challenge 'cause I'm a very bad swimmer and an even this. I was following the charge on that was following so far when I was in in in belief that it was a moment I found myself like surrounded by chocks and Alan in the middle of are not people were near to the boats, and I was very far. So I got an leader care, and I also like star screaming for help. I was like, oh my. I'm gonna ride here. What the hell I'm doing here remain bag. I'm very about Seymour. I also did for example. My divan license. I open water the open water coups in Honduras, and I was like I don't know if I can do these kind of sweet here you can do. But anyway, something that I won't do if I go back home. I think the first thing that comes to my mind after this charge on Hyannis talking a I went to to a place in when I was in Burkina Faso that it was it was a very very dangerous like everybody was set him in note to go there by any chance is in the desert, and they had a lot of kidnapping phase with Tori's on all these tough. But they told me they have like some of the most beautiful most light Sudan style. Mosque there. They have seven beside another one was I feel good. I wanna see I wanna see one as the ice. Oh pictures. I want to go there. I wanna go there. And I. Tried to go three times. So far going on at the end. I did. And I thought I was very various care on the whole trip. But I I was communicated times. It'll be fine. I'm glad I did it Batuta. But yeah, that's that's one of the scenes that finger order, go back home. Why did I do that? Yeah. That's some of the examples that come to my mind, okay? In talking about arcane Afonso, I understand that you may great friends with three policemen. If I did. In towns. Like, I think the neat thing about that story is just like you have the salsa network in burkina-fasso sounds like you have the police network. So explain how were absence from policemen to policemen. Dow's so may thin I was in do go the teleworking of us, and I had a friend there, and he'd I told he okay, Charlie Iran for for for a week or sons in left. My bag knew what do I'm gonna come back down to a road trip and combat city. He was known, but how you wanna go there alone, traveling alone. I said don't worry I'm used to you are female. No, no, I'm gonna take it to the bus station. I'm going to see what can do for you. Okay. So he took me by motive. I wanted to take the bus to go to the next city. And then he talked to somebody there on he has these guy or you're going to see could you please help these. I feel bad. She's alone that get fair. He was all don't worry on the police. Span knows is going to happen to her man. The guy that you have to see this..
"faso" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"The best results possible. Whatever results you come up with are probably going to be way better than the users hoping for and as engineers and artists at apple. They want to make the best picture possible. But this is the reason why I stopped doing side by side by side by side, like published comparisons years ago. Oh, because I do think there at this point they're totally counterproductive. They will teach you that they'll, they'll, they will get you to try to trust test result. Instead of your own is the fact that one picture is a little bit too warm to your is compared to this other picture. Okay. But that doesn't mean that that's something that you would have noticed if you didn't have the side by side comparison and it's not as though you're gonna take every single picture and think, oh my God, this this cameras always taking yellow photos. I can't stand it so real. It's it's interesting for people who are paid to comment about this super interesting to read stuff from experts who absolutely know their stuff, and they're not simply saying, well, it took these three pictures. I took these three pictures with us three cameras, and I noticed that the skin is let's booth them this one. The question is, did you not like the picture that the iphone took an I having having seen enough of these examples? I don't. I don't have an I knew iphone yet, but having seen these examples, I would like to see apple fine tune that a bit. I expect that they're going to, but it doesn't take anything. Less than fantastic pictures. Argue with you on that in certain conditions, it doesn't. Apple's goal is completely reasonably to let average people get great pictures without thinking about it. But here's a good example this on the right is iphone smart HDR and you could see the smoothing that's happened to the singer's face as completely obliterated detail. I mean, it looks like a watercolor, hey, lights, smart HDR does preserve the detail and the singers Faso in low light situations. For instance, there there are some problems. And he points out you can turn off, which I didn't know Apple's HDR you. It's a, it's a kind of non obvious, but you go to settings camera disabled, smart, HDR. And then when you open the camera app, you'll have an HD are setting in the top controls. So that gives you a chance to turn it off at our on when you want it and there are times you may not want it. You should also smart HDR that might be the it's just the old age. I have to check that. Yeah. I mean, there are definitely some issues in the halide is the perfect solution for it either. So you know, it'd be nice if apple what would be really nice if apple did a j. peg or a high efficiency image format image that was using all the smarts maybe over smoothing, maybe not. And then gave you switch to said, okay, or you could just have the raw. You can turn on keep both images. So you'll get the the regular and the HDR saved here camera problem is you're getting this apple smart raw, which is a little less than. You're talking to like a nerd who like owns like way more cameras than he actually needs. And even I'm saying that I think that the better job, you do of hiding things like raw features from the user given what people are using the given what one of these one hundred million iphone users are using it for the less confusion you're going to create. I love the idea of putting. I'm not always a fan of apple collecting every application preference inside the this, this extra called settings. But I like these solutions that say, if you are, if you are interested enough in having raw quality, you will have done the Google search, or you re, we'll have read the books manual be created for you, and you will know to look into this settings, settings, pain, and turn on raw raw capture, and I commend apple to this doing this, make it possible for third party apps like halide. Yeah, slightly bypass the processing and do their own. Thing, and I think that's the that may be the best of both worlds. That's an that's an under under under understood part of development. Apple, oftentimes people, people who've been developing for apple for a long, long, long, long time, develop, really, really good relationships with engineers inside of apple. And so it's possible for.
"faso" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Actually leave it will be good a pant we will move fast the show of it was good a bad it's been proven that time slips away it can over vail how you feel about a person not a real and i still think about your into my struggles with depression for like say in the fire for a long time he was sucking oxygen out the room set you up amid fire i didn't meyer detro fokker improperia entree one watching every entree may out to the secret thing left my soul mate for the pasta planet in the road satan her though as half the percentage of which you work we could have served the islands of brazil we hit the turf show space that's their relationship in a closed case casket exposed faso's face hey if you're to you say two try to if spend to test wherever that two.
"faso" Discussed on RobinLynne
"What actually leave we'll be good apparent fast the show of it was good a bad it's been tom slips away taking over how you feel about a person not real ns still think about uber into my struggle with the pressure for like say in in the fire for the long stop he was sucking oxygen out the room set you up amid fire i did meyer data chong amp repair to entree we one watching every entree out to the secret left my soul mate pas the planet in the road satan thin herb throat as half the percentage of which you work we could have served alison priscilla we hit the turf you chose space that's their relationship in the close case casket exposed faso's face what hey them people say i'm getting you two got it she.
"faso" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Actually we'll be coulda pay fast the show if it was good of his top slips away it can over how you feel about a person naughty real still think about my struggle with the pressure like i say in in the pit of fire for the long stop he was sucking oxygen helped you amid fire i didn't meyer in prepared entree one watching every entree out to the secret left my soul mate post the planet in the road satan gave you though this half the percentage of which you work we could have served alison precision we hit the turf show space that's today relationship in the close case casket expose faso's face hey stay clear got take i don't think if you need for two nine leave you can you please up in new for the movement live you may thank you karen my take lack a main you.
"faso" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Actually believe we'll be could apparent we will move fast this show of it was good bad it's been proven thompson way it can heal over how you feel about a person not a real still think about your struggles with depression for here say in the fire for a long time he was sucking oxygen out the that you amid fire i did admire data troll fokker improperia entree one watching every entree made out to the secret thing left my soul mate across the planet in the road satan thin earth though as half the percentage of which you work we could have served allinson priscilla when we hit the turf show space that's their relationship in the closed case casket expose faso's face what hey goes do what you wanna do that good good of you very behind maybe you may weaken if you very light behind maybe any time that's used to be in on maybe that's used giving something real you want behind anyone.
"faso" Discussed on RobinLynne
"So truly believe fast was the show it was good a bad it's been tom slips away it can over fail how you feel about a person not a real still think about you relate so much struggle with depressive for like say in the fire for the longest time he was sucking oxygen out amid fire i did admire in a prepared entree one watching every entree mate out to the secret in my soul mate pasta the planet in the road satan herb though as half the percentage of which were we could surfed alison priscilla we hit the turf show space that's their relationship in a closed case casket expose faso's faithful so hey question two i know i know do joanie.
"faso" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Their ideas my name is nikki barringer and this week we meet architects jim beta frances kennedy born in burkina faso west africa now working in berlin germany as he designs of brian use some a house in the heart of london and it all began with a little sketch all these drugs see i didn't i in moscow luke thought was the fruit first thing that i'd be you think a lot usoc to put yours ideas like brainstorming an assurance with who was a big cuddle supported by column by these column connected with the final to call a quarter that was the desire for them and it was that very idea which was later developed into a fully workedout design that one france's cafe the goahead to build the 2017 second time pavilion now this is quite a big deal in the architect world is a temporary building a summa house which sits on the lawn outside the famous art gallery in kensington gardens once the private state of kensington palace and now a hundred hector royal park every year the commission is awarded to an architect who's never built in the uk before the second time pavilion is one of the top ten most visited architectural and design exhibitions in the world basically the briefest to design cut space that can be used as a cafe by day and as a forum for learning debates and entertainment at night france's kennedy told us exactly the sort of thing he was after from far you will be the your well what advice light structure hanging structure that if these root very solid would but the way we did it it look like so it will be a very powerful structure but looking very fully shaping the physical creating here enclosure embracing visit or so let me say later and embracing the visitor and inspiring the community is crucial to carries design a place for people to gather socialize in his village the most obvious place together would be under a tree so why not bring the african tree to london will that was the circle in france's doodle a bit like a huge source sitting.