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Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

02:09 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

"On crowd science this week we're in Portugal digging into the question of why old things get buried The past is a big old jumble and figuring out how and why things get covered up is one of archeology's main tasks That is the fundamental nuts and bolts of how the archeological records form So geologists and archeologists are looking at the same layers It's just you're more interested in buttons They're very interested in the button That's crowd science with me Marnie Chesterton after the news BBC News with Gareth Barlow Anthony albanese has been sworn into office early as Australia's new prime minister in order to speed up his government's international engagement including on the issue of climate change In a media briefing mister albanese said Australia's relationship with China would remain as he put it a difficult one He said China had changed and Australia would always stand up for its values Mister albanese is heading to Tokyo to attend a summit with the leaders of the United States India and Japan Britain's health security agency has said high risk contacts of people with monkey bunks should self isolate for three weeks They will also be offered as smallpox vaccine and be asked to give details for contact tracing A rare outbreak has affected a number of countries outside Africa New Zealand scientists have discovered to their surprise that the underwater volcano which erupted in Tonga in January is still largely intact The detonation represented the biggest atmospheric explosion on earth in more than a century The president of the World Economic Forum burger Brenner has added his voice to calls for a Marshall plan to rebuild Ukraine referring to U.S. help in rebuilding Europe after the Second World War Mister Brenner said reconstruction work should go ahead in Ukraine with or without a peace settlement The United Nations refugee agency says the number of people forcibly displaced by conflict has exceeded 100 million for the first time The UN high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi called it a record that should never have been set Russia's invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the internal displacement of 8 million people And tributes have been paid to the French street artist mystique who has died in Paris at the age of 66 a graffiti depicting enigmatic film of figures became a common sight in the French capital suburbs BBC News Right Should we go and find treasures Okay so we're going down the stairs Basically we have a 24/7 exhibition This is crowd science from the BBC World Service I'm Marnie Chesterton and the treasures I've come to look at are available 24 hours a day because their housed not in a museum but in a multi story underground car park in Lisbon If you're digging in a city like Lisbon you'd most definitely going to find a lot of archeology because it's easy to eat that has been occupied by humans for thousands of years That's our car park slash museum tour guide archeologist doctor marianna Nebraska from the university.

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Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

00:36 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

"From Columbo to California via Korea and Ukraine protest villages the return of rare butterflies and the joy of dancing to KPop I'll be finding out what got your attention this week On pic of the world it's your clicks plays comments and shares that decide what goes on the running order Join me Ana doble to find out what you chose that's after the news headlines BBC News with Gareth Barlow Anthony albanese has been sworn into office early as Australia's new prime minister in order to speed up his government's new international engagement on the issue of climate change In his first media briefing with reporters mister albanese said Australia's relationship with China would remain as he put it a difficult one He said China had changed an Australia would always stand up for its values Mister albanese is heading to Tokyo to attend a summit with the leaders of the United States India and Japan Britain's health security agency has set high risk contacts with people with monkeypox should self isolate for three weeks There will also be offered a smallpox vaccine and be asked to give details for contact tracing a rare outbreak has affected a number of countries outside Africa New Zealand scientists have discovered to their surprise that the underwater volcano which erupted in Tonga in January is still largely intact The detonation represented the biggest atmospheric explosion on earth in more than a century Russia is continuing its sort of the Donbass in eastern Ukraine as it tries to reach the borders of the Donetsk and la hansk regions Ukraine's armed forces say a Russian artillery fired on 45 settlements there on Sunday The United Nations refugee agency says the number of people forcibly displaced by conflict has exceeded 100 million for the first time The UN high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi called it a record that should never have been set Russia's invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the internal displacement of 8 million people And tributes have been paid to the French street artist mystique who has died in Paris at the age of 66 She's regarded as one of the founders of stencil art her graffiti depicting enigmatic female figures became a common sight in the French capital's suburbs She also worked with the fashion houses kenzo and Louis Vuitton World news from the BBC As the soldiers were.

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Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

00:39 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "filippo grandi" discussed on BBC Newsday

"Day Now that is by far the biggest date of reach ever recorded And the thing I'm on my last bit and I don't know if I'll be able to find it It's just crazy And I think that's when people are jumping in to help How social media is helping with the U.S. baby formula milk crisis That's all to come after the latest world news BBC News hello I'm Gareth Barlow Australia's new center left prime minister Anthony albanese has promised his country will engage with the world differently on the issue of climate change In his first press conference mister albanese said Australia's relationship with China would remain as he put it a difficult one His swearing in ceremony was brought forward to enable him to fly to Tokyo to attend a summit with the leaders of the United States India and Japan From Sydney Phil Mercer reports Mister albanese says that there will be changes in policy in Australia notably around climate change and also he said with Australia's engagement with the world We're not quite sure what that means what we do know is mister alberni has been sworn in on this Monday morning here in Australia so he can get to the meeting of the quad leaders in Tokyo on Tuesday Britain's government has issued new advice about an outbreak of monkeypox The UK health security agency says high risk contacts are cases should self isolate for three weeks 20 cases have been confirmed in Britain Vince McKay reports The UK health security agency is recommending that anyone who had come into contact with confirmed cases should not travel or have direct contact with immunosuppressed people pregnant women and children under 12 Those most at risk will have had household contact sexual contact or have changed an infected person's bedding without wearing appropriate PPE Anyone in this category is being encouraged to provide their details to health authorities for contact tracing testing and to receive a smallpox vaccine The UN refugee agency says the number of people forcibly displaced by warring Ukraine and other conflicts has exceeded 100 million for the first time The UN high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi called it a record that should never have been set Russia's invasion of Ukraine has internally displaced 8 million people while a further 6 million have fled the country Iran's revolutionary guards have blamed the United States and its allies for the murder of one of the corpse colonels in the capital Tehran Colonel sodd as colonel syed horae was outside his home when he was shot dead by two attackers on a motorcycle Sebastian Asher explains who the colonel was What he was described as was a defender of the shrines Now that essentially decoded means that he worked in some capacity for the foreign arm of the revolutionary guards that could force in Syria and Iraq The Israeli media has been to saying is that their sources say that he was involved in or responsible for a number of attacks or planned attacks on Israeli targets and Jewish targets around the world This is the world news from the BBC Russia is continuing its assault of the Donbass in eastern Ukraine as it presses west to try to reach the borders of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions Ukraine's armed forces say Russian artillery fired on 45 settlements there on Sunday further west the authorities said three settlements were struck by shells in the dnieper petrovsk region New Zealand scientists have discovered to their surprise that the underwater volcano which erupted in Tonga in January is still largely intact The researchers say they were expecting to find large sections of the volcano had collapsed but they found there had been few structural changes The detonation recorded the hunger Tonga hunger happily represented the biggest atmospheric explosion on earth in more than a century Indonesia has lifted a ban on the expert export of palm oil The world's biggest producer of the edible oil halted exports last month in an attempt to control rising domestic prices Per more companies Indonesia have seen their profits saw as global prices have reached record highs this year Rebecca henschke reports Palm oil companies are required to share a percentage of their plantation with local communities in so called plasma plantations But a joint BBC investigation has found palm oil companies supplying major consumer goods firms like Johnson & Johnson and Kellogg's are failing to fully comply with the 2007 regulation Potentially costing local communities millions of dollars of income The consumer companies have said they take the allegations very seriously and have vowed to investigate Tributes have been paid to the influential French street artist mystique who has died in Paris at the age of 66 She is regarded as one of the founders of stencil art her graffiti depicting enigmatic female figures became a common sight in some of the French capital's suburbs She also worked with a fresh and brand kenzo and Louis Vuitton BBC News Hello it's time to protect the show where we chew over the week's top tech news I'm Zoe kleinman I'm the BBC tech editor and joining me this week to try to make sense of it all is the BBC's cyber reporter Joe type This week we're tackling crypto digital ads the U.S. baby formula milk shortage and how little quiz for you Joe at the end to see if you've been paying enough attention to a certain soap opera involving a multi billionaire with social network We'll get revising We've got a hat But first yes we're.

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Live updates: Agencies say 2.5 million people flee Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Live updates: Agencies say 2.5 million people flee Ukraine

"The international organization for migration since two point five million people fled Ukraine since Russia invaded more than two weeks ago the Ohio Ms pulled it and says in a text message the figures taken from national governments well up to date for Friday morning he says more than one point five million refugees have gone to neighboring Poland and that some one hundred sixteen thousand of the refugees a third country nationals not Ukrainians the U. N. High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi also gave the two point five million total I think his agency estimates that about two million people are displaced inside Ukraine as well I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:16 min | 2 months ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"York here's Michael Barr Tom Lisa thank you very much It is a third attempt today to allow civilian safe passage out of Ukraine's black seaport of Mary opol Russia is offering a ceasefire to allow people out of the city While Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky is warning Ukrainians that Russia is preparing an attack against the nearby port of Odessa The Ukrainians believe this Russian offer of humanitarian corridors is really disingenuous to such ceasefire never materialized over the weekend Ukrainian refugees fleeing fighting at home continue to arrive in neighboring Poland in large numbers The UN high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi There's so much fear and anguish in what they tell us And then a lot of uncertainty about the future Their future the future of their nation the UN's Filippo grandi says more than a million and a half Ukrainians have fled to neighboring countries U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is on a lightning visit to the three Baltic states that are increasingly on edge as they watch Russia PRES ahead with its invasion of Ukraine Blinken is in Lithuania today at a joint press conference with Lithuania's foreign minister blinken praised Lithuania for supporting Ukraine with aid in arms Over the past several weeks I authorized allies to provide U.S. origin defense equipment to our Ukrainian partners Lithuania stepped up with stinger anti aircraft missiles M 72 light anti tank weapons and other supplies Secretary blinken says Sunday alone the Russian government detained more than 4600 people demonstrating against the war Major League Baseball reacted angrily to the latest offer by locked out players when bargaining resumed yesterday Management accused the union of backtracking and showing no sign of a breakthrough to get the derailed season back on track Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries Mike lebar this is Bloomberg Tom Lisa Michael in a worn out leather briefcase In my worn out closet I have a worn out article from buster only which I consider one of the great modern articles that happened to be on the day he felt that Pedro Martinez got ancient and old It's just and I've had the privilege of talking to buster about it His article for ESPN in the last 48 hours on this madness is absolutely brilliant Is it true Is he says some of these teams are literally playing to lose it's so screwed up I hate to come out and say this but I got to talk about my Detroit tigers Because Chris ilitch the owner of the tigers he's not offering anything And it's like you're saying we're not going to have a season if this keeps going We're just butting heads Buster touches on that And I'm like come on man You can not afford to do this with so many other products that are thriving out there To dummies like me and Lisa and I'm dumber on this and Lisa is the incrementalism Why are these owners different than owners in hockey or football or basketball or cricket Because I think back in the day when you owned a team especially at baseball team you wanted to win I think it's Steinbrenner Steinbrenner he wanted to win Period Now I don't know what Sam Hill we're doing This is nuts You're going to throw away a great product and if I seem worked up I am because I love base worked up too Lisa was that enough baseball talk for the morning I actually find this all interesting because of Moneyball in the hole sabermetrics aspect of this and sort of the devaluation of I actually could go into that I think it's fascinating You know she's seen money balling 14 times I read it I actually never saw it I read it I read that Oh you read the book as well Wow Dude go to the book reporter Who's the actor.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

"Their 24th of February 5 34 I believe in the central part of the city With the top and to hear the bombs in Kyiv we take daughter dork only documents and left her 18 year old daughter Margot cradled their beloved chihuahua Our lives think it's very important So yes we live with us very uniquely United Nations high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi believes the final number of people fleeing could be as high as 4 million When we started I thought well maybe this is God forbid we reach that figure It's a lot but now I'm getting worried that we will I'm Karen Chammas This weekend Selma Alabama observes bloody Sunday but in that city fewer and fewer people are voting and to many given the history it's heartbreaking and even shocking Almost 6 decades after black demonstrators on the city's Edmund Pettis bridge risked their lives for the right to vote turn out and predominantly black Selma and the surrounding county in 2020 was under 57% among the worst in the state I'm shocked actually Congresswoman Terry sewell's district includes Selma We of all places to know the importance of voting in every election She says voter apathy coupled with voter suppression is weighing heavily on turnout We have to give people a reason to go vote The U.S. Census Bureau found that a racial gap persisted nationwide in voting in 2020 with about 63% of black voters casting ballots compared to 71% of whites I'm Julie Walker.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

"24th of February 5 34 I believe in the central part of the city With the top and he has a bomb in Kyiv We take daughter dork only documents and left her 18 year old daughter Margot cradled their beloved chihuahua A relaxing is very important The last experience United Nations high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi believes the final number of people fleeing could be as high as 4 million When we started I thought well maybe this is God forbid we reach that figure It's a lot but now I'm getting worried that we went I'm Karen Chammas This weekend Selma Alabama observes bloody Sunday but in that city fewer and fewer people are voting and to many given the history it's heartbreaking and even shocking Almost 6 decades after black demonstrators on the city's Edmund pettus bridge risked their lives for the right to vote turnout and predominantly black Selma and the surrounding county in 2020 was under 57% among the worst in the state I'm shocked actually the congresswoman Terry sewell's district includes Selma We of all places to know the importance of voting in every election She says voter apathy coupled with voter suppression is weighing heavily on turnout We have to give people a reason to go vote The U.S. Census Bureau found that a racial gap persisted nationwide in voting in 2020 with about 63% of black voters casting ballots compared to 71% of whites I'm Julie Walker.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

"Was their 24th of February 5 34 I believe in the central part of the city With the top and to hear the bombs in Kyiv we take daughter dork only documents and left her 18 year old daughter Margot cradled their beloved chihuahua Our lives think it's very important So yes I will ask for a new United Nations high commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi believes the final number of people fleeing could be as high as 4 million When we started I thought well maybe this is God forbid we reach that figure It's a lot but now I'm getting worried that we went I'm Karen Chammas This weekend Selma Alabama observes bloody Sunday but in that city fewer and fewer people are voting and to many given the history it's heartbreaking and even shocking Almost 6 decades after black demonstrators on the city's Edmund pettus bridge risked their lives for the right to vote turnout and predominantly black Selma and the surrounding county in 2020 was under 57% among the worst in the state I'm shocked actually Congresswoman Terry sewell's district includes Selma We of all places to know the importance of voting in every election She says voter apathy coupled with voter suppression is weighing heavily on turnout We have to give people a reason to go vote The U.S. Census Bureau found that a racial gap persisted nationwide in voting in 2020 with about 63% of black voters casting ballots compared to 71% of whites I'm Julie Walker.

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Refugees fleeing Ukraine grab documents, pets, some photos

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 months ago

Refugees fleeing Ukraine grab documents, pets, some photos

"The number of refugees that have fled fighting in Ukraine has now reached one point four million as the war continues to rage throughout the besieged country arriving in Romania with just the clothes on her back Ukrainian refugee landline instead over remembers the hour her fate was sealed twenty fourth of February five thirty four when it was a central part of the city with the top and he has a bull you what to do all the documents and left her eighteen year old daughter Margot cradled that beloved to Allah our life is very yes the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi believes the final number of people fleeing could be as high as four million respectively let me be DC's god forbid me reach that figure it's it's a lot but now I'm getting worried that way I'm Karen Thomas

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Today's protests we are not giving his name for his security I didn't expect that it will be a lot of people but when I come it was I can tell you it's thousands of people Thousands of people Thousands Yeah it's not hundreds It's thousands When I write I can't write fast because on the road was many people I tried to write between them but it was really hard So I write slowly Okay and so what happened at the protest What did you do Well we chanted that a curse on it is Ukraine that Russians military go home people shouted to them that go home We don't want you here We don't want Russian world here We want to live in Ukraine We want to grow our country And develop our country and we want to live with Europe not with Russia So we've been hearing in other reports that the Russian soldiers firing into the air because people were approaching them Did that happen while you were there Yes it was a little fire in but it's only not so long It's only a little shooting And after this they stopped they just stay and they said to people that don't go to them Not to approach them So what is other Russian regular troops in the city or are they also perhaps other militias from Chechnya for instance or mercenaries from the Wagner group I don't know about Wagner group but as I saw it was not regular military army It was like some special group because they are met some other way They didn't look like soldiers like soldiers black regulations They look like some special troops So tell me this has life sort of returned to normal in inverted commerce Are you able to go to work Is there enough food Is there water is electricity I have electricity but I don't have good Internet but now we can't go to war We just live in from day to day it's still some scary time we don't live like in like and previous times That's a resident of Carson who took part in a protest against the Russian occupation of the southern Ukrainian city Today and we kept his name secret for his security The United Nations says the number of people fleeing Ukraine could rise to 1.5 million by the end of the weekend most of those people have gone to neighboring Poland Filippo grandi the head of the United Nations refugee agency has called the exodus from Ukraine and I quote the fastest moving refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War Many of those fleeing are traveling through leviev in western Ukraine NewsHour stem Franks reports from the central train station in lviv From hockey last night I came to leave In my district there are a lot of.

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UN refugee agency: 1 million flee Ukraine in under a week

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

UN refugee agency: 1 million flee Ukraine in under a week

"Leaders with United Nations refugee program are warning the flood of civilians leaving Ukraine already topping one million could become the largest refugee crisis of this century about forty four million people live in Ukraine and already one million people have fled Ukraine uprooted by this senseless war vets you win High Commissioner Filippo grandi he says they're doing everything they can to help those who fled and the millions more who remain and are in danger but nothing nothing can replace the need for the guns to be silence this man Adam arrive safely in Hungary after a twenty four hour trek to get on a train killing that I'd say in safe place and safety he says it's terrifying any minute will be bombed in something because talk of was bombed in and we saw the key with mom I'm Jackie Quinn

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UN Launches Response Plan for Rohingya in Bangladesh

UN News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

UN Launches Response Plan for Rohingya in Bangladesh

"Bringing Refugees who fled persecution in myanmar. For years ago are more vulnerable than at any point since two thousand seventeen the. Un has warned in an appeal for international support to help them launching the cool for nine hundred and forty million dollars for nearly nine hundred thousand refugees in bangladesh's cox's bazar camp complex un refugee agency chief. Filippo grandi also urged india and thailand to keep their borders open to those fleeing from violence linked to the myanmar coup tuesday's appeal covers requests for more than one hundred thirty four partners who include un agencies international ngos and a majority of bangladeshi ngos if funded it will also benefit almost half a million bangladeshi nationals living in communities that are hosting the refugees the world food program which is also present in cox's bazar warned that the covid nineteen crisis has reduced opportunities for refugees. The camp complex also disaster-prone and faces a monsoon to cyclone seasons every year which is why the un agency continues to support disaster risk reduction activities. These include rebuilding cyclone shelters improving drainage systems stabilizing slopes and helping communities diversify their livelihood activities. So that they do not need to rely on agriculture for income

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How vaccine inequality is endangering the world

BBC World Service

05:23 min | 1 year ago

How vaccine inequality is endangering the world

"With that anniversary one year ago today when the World Health Organization officially declared the covert 19 outbreak, a worldwide pandemic when a year on and 2.6 million people have died worldwide, and the economy is in tatters. There is also hope, because Kobe vaccination drives under way more than 100 countries with more than 300 million doses of ministered, but who gets vaccinated, for example, there around 80 million refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide. Will they be included in vaccination plans where they live? Filippo Grandi is the U. N High Commissioner for Refugees and his current in Uganda. When I spoke to him, he started by telling me what impact the pandemic and lockdowns have had on refugees. Where I think the impact is severe and will be even more severe is more on the economic side and in lockdowns, which prevail all over the world. We've seen an escalation off poverty if you wish in refugee and displaced community all over the world from Lebanon, Toe black in America, the Venezuelans toe Afghans in South Asia and so forth, So this is really the key challenge that we have to face now. We know that the key to getting out of the pandemic. His vaccination aren't refugees at the end of the list of people who are going to get vaccinated or too often, well, that was very much our concern, especially refugees. Refugees are not nationals off the country's they're in, and we were worried that because of that they would be marginalized. You know, there's been some good developments. I am in Uganda is speaking to you from Kampala and here, for example, today the vaccination begins. I was with the acting prime minister this morning He was going to be vaccinated and he was keen to tell me refugees will be included. There's no question about that. You can the host 1.5 million refugees. Almost the pandemic has the underlying the inequalities that disparities Throughout the world on one of those is that the richer Western countries of vaccinating at a much higher rate than poorer countries, and yet so many of the world's refugees, Aaron places Like where you are right now, you can do that slower roll out in places like Uganda is undoubtedly going to effect refugees, isn't it? You're absolutely right. George. Vaccination programs have to exist and to be rolled out to include refugees, and this is where really the enormous inequality of the international system has appeared. Very carries. The tent of March is the first day that you can to a nation of more than 40 Million people is receiving its first vaccine when in rich countries. This has been going on for several months. So this inequality is blatant. This needs to be corrected. We are active as an organization in those initiatives that aimed at securing a minimum amount of doses. For poor countries and our role there is to ensure that some of those does is go to the refugees as well. But frankly speaking, that effort is not enough to correct that huge imbalance which is really short sighted. It's not only wrong, it's shortsighted. It's a bit like refugees and nationals in the country if people in poor countries do not get vaccination. This is a global issue. It will backfire everywhere else so then more vaccines and needed and more needs to be done to deal with, as you say, the social impact of the pandemic on Refugees in particular. He's a difficult questions, and there aren't presumably easy solutions to them. But what are a couple of things that could should be done to make progress in this sense from the very beginning off the pandemic? I've reached out personally to the leadership of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. These institutions have led The establishment off economic rescue packages for countries impacted by Corbett and lockdowns, and my message to them has bean first of all to accelerate. The disbursement of those packages so that this country's are more protected, but also to ensure that vulnerable groups are included actually are considered as a factor to increase those packages. In other words, take Uganda again. Uganda is negotiating. If I understand with the I m F one such package and the message that I will pass through the eye, meth and other similar institutions is remembered. Uganda has what 40 45 million people. It's national population. It has almost 1.5 million refugees. These needs to be factored in, especially in countries like you can that that are very inclusive that include refugees in education programs in health programs that extend to them efforts to create livelihoods. This additional burden that these countries have needs to be considered when this economic packages are rolled out. This is not always the case. Look at Lebanon, for example, where one in four people is a refugee. This huge political tension in Lebanon over this refugee issue. I'm very worried that rescue packages being rolled out and Lebanon has many challenges may not include refugees, and this would be catastrophic for this huge, vulnerable population in that particular country, And this example is valid in other countries as well. So yes, More complex, I would say even then the vaccination inclusion.

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The UN Getting Access To Fields In Ethiopia

UN News

01:16 min | 1 year ago

The UN Getting Access To Fields In Ethiopia

"Un has renewed appeals for humanitarian access to all areas of ethiopia's troubled tigray region to help people displaced by fighting which has forced the most desperate to eat leaves just to survive the cool by the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs officer and the u n high commissioner for refugees. Unhcr on friday came three months since heavy. Fighting began between government troops and forces loyal to the tigray. people's liberation front in the northern region. Full access must be granted now to prevent things getting even worse said unhcr spokesperson baba balak while cited insecurity and bureaucratic obstacles. That have prevented aid. Workers from providing lifesaving assistance to two point three million people high level efforts to avert a humanitarian disaster in tigray included a visit by refugee agency. Chief filippo grandi to ethiopia earlier. This week when he met people who'd fled from two camps in northern tigray that the un cannot access his unhcr's about ballack. Some said the had resorted to eating leaves because there was no other food. A winnable spoke about infiltration of armed actors in the camps of killings abductions. And also some forced return to editor at the hands of reinforces presents in the

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UN says Sudan needs $147m to help Ethiopian refugees

UN News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

UN says Sudan needs $147m to help Ethiopian refugees

"One hundred and forty seven million dollars is urgently needed to support people. Fleeing ethiopia's tigray region into neighboring sudan the refugee agency. Unhcr said on monday. More than forty. Three thousand people have fled fighting in ethiopia in recent weeks. Almost half of them are children leading the appeal. You n refugee chief. Filippo grandi welcomed sudan's border policy to vulnerable people before noting that the government of sudan needs a lot of help the un agencies expecting one hundred thousand people to arrive by april next year although the worst case scenario is for an influx of two hundred thousand the new appeal aims to fund crisis response by the un and partners in sudan for the next six months in a related development. The un world food program. Wfp said that lack of funding had forced it to cut rations for refugees. In east africa while wfp ethiopia urgently needs two hundred nine million dollars to help six point two million people from now until next. May the un agency said that. The fighting between the ethiopian national forces and the tigray people's liberation front had displaced more than one hundred thousand civilians including those who had fled into eastern sudan since the fourth of november

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So if anything, I don't have any information to that effect, and with certainty that national defense forces would not be targeting public utilization or infrastructure that is in service to the public. How worried are you about the prospect of a long insurrection by TPLF forces? TPLF, unlike the way that it's been touted over the past few weeks for being battle hardened is really not. The old guard are still under the illusion off their guerilla warfare that they had engaged in back in the eighties. However, a majority off the two great people are really exhausted from that. And what you witnessed over the past three years specifically is while the TPL of all guards were much more rooted and focused on the political instability is that they were behind to disturb lies. Ethiopia, There hasn't been a lot of focus for residents within within that. The region. So the economy is not doing that great. There hasn't been a lot of focus on essential services as well. So the people have too great a really exhausted and there isn't that mo mentum from within the region that would support the TPL left for this kind of a long, drawn out altercations. Right. Well, it's Yeah, it's difficult for us to ask people their because, of course, you know many journalists, you know, can't get access and we can't We can't communicate with them. But I suppose the question is, How are you going to persuade people into grow to support the central government? This is not a matter of persuasion per se. There's been a lot of public consultations that have been had with Ethiopians of two great origin who are in the capital city as well. But now going into the two gray region, the Provisional administration, which has been set up constitutionally by the House of Federation is already active. They're already on the ground and one of their primary tasks over the six months off the duration of the state of emergency. Is to set up you know the institutions that have been betrayed by the TPL left because some off their critical services were betrayed by the leadership that had been put in there that's run off. Leaving. The service is unattended for the for their own population as well. So setting up humanitarian, um, provisions setting up services. That are key in the area and key aspect off that is also engaging in dialogue with the people of to cry now wanting to really understand about the provisional administration off the guy that has been set up is that it's not a foreign body, but it's constituted or comprises political parties from the Tigray region and people off to dry, who are now working in favor off addressing the needs off the two great people. Was building, they say, UM, press secretary for the European Prime Minister RB Ahmed, or the Fighting in northern Ethiopia has forced tens of thousands of people to flee mostly to neighboring Sudan. Filippo Grandi is the U. N High commissioner for Refugees sees in Sudan and he's been visiting the refugee camps and described the situation. People continue to come yesterday we had about 800 crossing the Sudanese border the day before when I was there for 550. So it's not the same figures as we saw a couple of weeks ago, but still substantive numbers. Off People cross think onboard. Sudan has kept borders open. I think this needs to be noted and commended in these difficult times, in spite of all its challenges, But Sudan needs help. Of course in the response, it doesn't have the resources. Yesterday, the U. N put out an appeal for $150 million for six months, and it is important to respond. The donor's respond quickly because we do need to step up the response. Both at the border and in the location that has been identified by the Sudanese government to move people toe in order to be away from the More dangerous areas. I'm afraid time's a little bit limited. But I do need to ask you about this. These reports that thousands of every train refugees who'd lived in to grind that they've been abducted by Eritrean Troops. Do you know what's happened to them? No. Unfortunately, we have no access anymore, so those camps in integrate, but it is a great concern. The treatment off those 100,000 every trend. Refugees if European has always hosted them with great generosity, So I keep appealing to the federal government of Ethiopia for this hospitality to continue. This is their responsibility, and they need to continue to uphold it. I am very worried about that. But if it is true, and and is there a tray and troops have crossed over the border I mean, is there anything you can do? I I There is nothing I can do it, especially given that we don't have access to the area. But all I can say at this point it it would be a major violation of international norms. If this had happened, But I don't have any confirmation that this has happened other than the reports that you have seen Filippo Grandi, the U. N High Commissioner for refugees, and we'll be hearing more about the fate off those Eritrean refugees..

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on WTOP

"Anger flares following the killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist, a small group of hard liners. Hold a protest rally in Tehran, shouting death to Israel. A day after the killing off an Iranian scientists linked to the country's nuclear program. The protesters burned pictures off President Donald Trump and President elected her Biden. I'm called for the expulsion of the International Atomic Energy Agency from Iran, whom they accuse of being agents of Israel. Iranians see Israel as the prime suspect in the slaying. I'm Charles. Duluth. Asthma Ethiopia's Army says it has gained full control of the capital of the defiant to gray region, Ethiopian Prime Minister Avi Achmed declares the taking of MMA Kelly marks the completion of the military offensive in Tigre that started nearly four weeks ago. Earlier Saturday, the Tigre government reported the city being heavily bombarded. But with communications cut to Tigre, it's difficult to verify claims by the warring sides. Ethiopia's government continues to seek the arrests of the regional leaders, while millions of civilians have been plunged into a massive humanitarian crisis, nearly one million people have been displaced in neighboring Sudan. U. N High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi says many have fled across the border. 5 600 per day is not the small figure. Let's make no mistakes. I'm Ben Thomas. Coming up after traffic and weather will tell you about the reboot of an early nineties sitcom. That'll take you back to Bayside High. It's 11 37. Well, Mervis diamond importers. This is Ronnie Mervis. The pandemic has gone on so long. Now.

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Ethiopia says its military now controls the Tigray capital

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Ethiopia says its military now controls the Tigray capital

"Ethiopia's army says it's gained full control of the capital of the defiant Tigray region Ethiopian prime minister abi Akhmed declares the taking of makayla A. marks the completion of the military offensive in Tigray that started nearly four weeks ago earlier Saturday the Tigray government reported the city being heavily bombarded but with communications cut to Tigray it's difficult to verify claims by the warring sides he the OP is government continues to seek the arrests of the regional leaders while millions of civilians have been plunged into a massive humanitarian crisis nearly one million people have been displaced in neighboring Sudan you when the High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi says many have fled across the border five six hundred per day is not the small figure let's make no mistakes I'm Ben Thomas

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A commercial ship saved 27 migrants, but now the EU has abandoned it at sea

UN News

01:17 min | 1 year ago

A commercial ship saved 27 migrants, but now the EU has abandoned it at sea

"U N humanitarian have launched an alert over the plight of migrants rescued by a cargo ship in the Mediterranean Sea which has not been given permission to take them to a European port. The Group of twenty seven people is set to be distraught amid worsening conditions according to the UN Migration Agency. And the UN refugee agency UNHCR it said that they include a child and a pregnant woman and that they've been on board the Maersk at ten for more than a month governments have been refusing permission for the ship to disembark in contravention of international law. The UN agencies said in a joint statement, the absence of a clear safe and predictable disembarkation mechanism for people rescued in the Mediterranean continues to pose avoidable risk to life said our director general Antonio Vitorino echoing his comments. UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi insisted that rescue at sea is a basic humanitarian imperative and that the mask crew unfulfilled them our time obligations and prevented further death in the Mediterranean. The incident is the second time. This year that a merchant vessel has been stranded after caring for people rescued at sea in the Mediterranean in July Talia took four days out of its sheduled journey to care for fifty people who had to wait four days before they were allowed to disembark a safe port.

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UNHCR - Projected Global Resettlement Needs 2019

UN News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

UNHCR - Projected Global Resettlement Needs 2019

"While there was a modest increase in refugee resettlement in two thousand nineteen a tremendous gap persists between between needs and placement the UN refugee agency. UNHCR reported on Wednesday UNHCR estimated that one point four million refugees. He's worldwide were in urgent need of resettlement last year but the agency was able to place less than sixty four thousand. Most of the refugees were from Syria. Syria the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Myanmar. They were mainly relocated to the United States Canada. The United Kingdom Sweden and Germany last year. UNHCR joined governments NGOs and civil society in launching a three year strategy to boost the number of resettlement places and admissions and to expand the number of countries offering these programs. The strategy also set a target of sixty thousand settlement departures to twenty nine countries in two thousand nineteen gene which was achieved and UNHCR chief. Filippo Grandi has wrapped up a visit to three countries in Africa Suhel region where the activities he's of terrorist groups and organized criminal groups of caused humanitarian emergencies and mass displacement during his last. Stop in burkina-fasso. Mr Guerande Rondi met with women and children who had witnessed their husbands fathers and sons murdered for refusing to fight alongside armed groups. The terrorists also raped women. Milland girls destroyed homes and schools undiluted farms Mr Grandee. Who is the U N high? Commissioner for Refugees also visited his year and Martina China to assess how displacement is affecting host countries. Both nations are sheltering scores of people fleeing violence in Mali. We always look at the Suhel. We we think about terrorism. We think about what in theory threatens Europe said the UNHCR chief from Kina Foucault. But the real problem is here. It's here that we must intervene. Before this crisis becomes unmanageable he added

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

"Friends and colleagues for more information visit eight dot com the refugee crisis around the world is growing and as they please Charles will does more reports the United Nations is calling for a stronger responses millions of people are up route at the U. N. once governments businesses and others to reboot the world's response to refugees as the number of people fleeing their homes rises along with facility to migrants Filippo grandi the High Commissioner for refugees has told the first global refugee forum all world is in turmoil and twenty five million refugees looking to us for solutions he notes that the number is far higher if you add in people who are displaced within their own countries I'm Charles de Ledesma Estonia's nationalist interior minister has narrowly survived a no confidence vote triggered by his mocking of the new prime minister of neighboring Finland and the Social Democratic Party lawmakers are dystonias parliament voted forty four to forty two on Tuesday to remove mocked helmet from his post however the motion failed to receive the absolute majority of fifty one required for passage hello who's seventy took a swipe at finish prime minister's son a marine who's thirty four in an interview with an Estonian radio talk show on Sunday he referred to her as a cashier in the parent reference to marines pulse stint working at a department store you also referred to the finish Social Democratic Party red saying it was sent to liquidate England with his policies Estonia's president phoned her up in his counterpart to offer a public apology helmet himself apologize any much later on Monday blaming the media overplaying his comments it's a death sentence for former Pakistan dictator general Pervez Musharraf that it treason case but I think he's Charles it does more reports it's possible the punishment will never be carried out Musharraf has been living in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates and is said to be very ill and unlikely to travel home to face the sentence Pakistan and the UAE have no extradition treaty and and we're out you authorities are unlikely to arrest me shop if you were to return however we shop would have the right to challenge his conviction and sentence in court I'm Charles de Ledesma this is a new I read a fall late this.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on AP News

"The United Nations is calling for a stronger response as millions of refugees are uprooted the U. N. once governments businesses and others to reboot the world's response to refugees as the number of people fleeing their homes rises along with facility to migrants Filippo grandi the High Commissioner for refugees has told the first global refugee forum all world is in turmoil and 25000000 refugees looking to us for solutions he notes that the number is far higher if you add in people who are displaced within their own countries I'm Charles de Ledesma

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UN urges 'reboot' of refugee response as millions uprooted

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00:38 sec | 2 years ago

UN urges 'reboot' of refugee response as millions uprooted

"The United Nations is calling for a stronger response as millions of refugees are uprooted the U. N. once governments businesses and others to reboot the world's response to refugees as the number of people fleeing their homes rises along with facility to migrants Filippo grandi the High Commissioner for refugees has told the first global refugee forum all world is in turmoil and twenty five million refugees looking to us for solutions he notes that the number is far higher if you add in people who are displaced within their own countries I'm Charles de Ledesma

United Nations Commissioner Charles De Ledesma
"filippo grandi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The national systems of health and education but when you talk about policy in good laws and so on many of the countries which would have maybe the space or the money you argue to take more refugees are going in the opposite direction I'm just wondering whether you think you have gone wrong I hope not bottom IBM's certainly also very upset by that I always say that that when they go to the big refugee receiving countries in Africa or the Middle East and I have to make the case for borders to remain open so that people literally who's running for their lives can find safety I often increasingly here the response well what about rich countries pushing people back building walls making laws difficult for refugee so this forum is also about a sense of sharing this responsibility more this is a fundamental tenet of the refugee convention which I think is still very badly to date what would you say to just your your average person in Europe who says it's just a problem it's not my problem I think what happened in Europe in two thousand fifteen sixteen showed that Norwegian is immune from this phenomenon off mass movement of people and I think that the heat is important to remember that these are people that are fleeing from fading real problems human rights violations conflict war violence sometimes personalized violence and I think the sense of sharing the pain of refugees and sharing the responses to make them feel better feel protected these important and restoring the sense of solidarity in Europe it is one of the fundamental European values but you know what some government leaders are going to tell you at the summit they're going to say oh yes of course we are aware of all of this and we think the best policy is to keep refugees is close to home as possible refugees are all right the most of them as close to home as possible because most refugees simply want to return to their homes like any of us if we are obliged to leave our our country's these however do doesn't mean that full dole's will go further away and seek asylum in other countries because they have a need to do that I it doesn't mean that the door should be shop to these other people we should that share resources and share also the responsibility of receiving people in our country that's all Geneva correspondent imagine Fuks speaking to the UN High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi ahead of that specific label refugee forum in Geneva later today I'm going to be hearing from one refugee who is winning credibly high profile is travel thousands of miles to Germany in a wheelchair she's going to be attending this conference later gonna get her views on how she sees a way forward shortly here on the stage no yes they hear on the news.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on KCRW

"Lebanon's prime minister is asking the US and France to intervene as violence flares along the border between Lebanon and Israel the militant group Hezbollah says it fired anti tank missiles at Israeli military targets near the Lebanon border the Israeli army says it responded with heavy artillery fire as of today the US and China are imposing new tariffs on each other's imports the trump administration is levying the import taxes on well over a billion dollars worth of Chinese imports NPR's Jim zarroli reports they're expected to lead to higher prices for clothes food and other consumer goods as part of its ongoing trade war with China the trump administration has placed tariffs equal to fifteen percent of the cost of goods imported from that country the terrorists will be placed on everything from for wearing T. shirts too smart watches and flat panel TV's the terrorists were initially supposed to be just ten percent but president trump raise them last week after China impose tariffs of its own a tear of his a kind of tax paid by importers when they bring goods into the country the importers can then pay the extra cost themselves or pass it on to consumers another round of terraces supposed to take effect in December on an additional three hundred billion dollars worth of imports Jim zarroli NPR news New York this is NPR Taliban militants have killed several Afghan security forces and civilians in an attack on a second northern city yesterday they attacked the strategic center of condos at the same time the US envoy to talks with the Taliban says the two sides of wrapped up the latest round of peace negotiations and are at the threshold of a deal the United Nations is asking India to make sure no one is left stateless after nearly two million people were left off a government citizenship register and peers Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai the United nations' top refugee official Filippo grandi has issued a statement urging India to provide information legal aid and recourse to people in its northeast state of awesome that's where sorties have been conducting a special census to figure out who is a legal citizen and who might be an undocumented migrants from neighboring Bangladesh the process has been going on for years but India just issue to find a list of verified citizens and nearly two million people are not on it the fear they'll be rendered stateless once appeals are exhausted that says the U. N. official would be quote an enormous blow to global efforts to a radic Kate statelessness Lauren Frayer NPR news Mumbai hundreds of pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong are following up on yesterday's mass demonstrations and clashes with police by converging on the Hong Kong airport there burning barricades.

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News in Brief 29 July 2019

UN News

02:19 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 29 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations U N Secretary General and Tony Cottee his extended his condolences to the families of those killed in Sunday's landslides in the southern Chinese province of Guizhou following heavy rains in a statement. And released on Sunday Mister Gutierrez said that he was saddened by the loss of life and destruction of property caused by landslides according to media reports at least thirty six are believed to have died in the landslides which occurred on Tuesday in a village. Glitch in switching county. Mr Bush went on to commend the search and rescue operations being conducted by the government of China is rains continued to fall in offer the assistance of the United Nations if needed to assist in these efforts in the killing of some sixty five people by suspected Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria is been condemned by Filippo Grandi head of the U._N.. Refugee Agency U._N._H._C._R. as a terrible massacre in a tweet published on Sunday Mr. Grandy wrote that grave insecurity continues to devastate civilian lives in the region including more than two million displaced people and refugees according to media reports gunmen opened fire on a funeral at a village near might agree the capital. Of Birth State killing several immediately while others died trying to chase away the attackers militants from groups such as Book Aram have contributed to a decade-long humanitarian crisis in Borno civilians have borne the brunt of a conflict that. Has led to widespread forced displacement in human rights violations in finally more than forty thousand members of the scouting movement are being encouraged to stand up for human rights it to twenty four th World Scout Jamboree currently underway at an adventure central camp in West Virginia in the United States. The Jamboree brings together scouts from around the world to promote peace in mutual understanding and develop leadership and life skills these year the U. N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Michel Bushley Stoltze Scouts.

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Largest loss of life: 150 migrants drown after boats capsize off Libya coast

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:49 sec | 3 years ago

Largest loss of life: 150 migrants drown after boats capsize off Libya coast

"United Nations and relief agencies say scores of migrants have drowned off Libya in what's feared to be the worst shipwreck this year and here's Ruth Sherlock reports European governments continue to struggle with migrants crossing the Mediterranean refugee agencies say there were hundreds of migrants pregnant women and children among them on both the crowded smuggler's boat that capsized aid agencies estimate that as many as a hundred or even more people drowned and say local fishermen saw dozens of bodies floating in the water the U. N. has called on European countries to resume rescue missions in the Mediterranean which were halted after disagreements between governments over who should house rescued migrants the UN High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi said migrants need safe pathways out of Libya before it's too late for many more desperate

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the government says the US economy slowed in recent months NPR's Chris Arnold reports the commerce department says the gross domestic product or GDP grew at two point one percent many economists were predicting a slower rate of growth in the trap administration has been emboldened by stronger growth in twenty eighteen of about three percent attributing that to the Republican tax cuts and other policies but studies have been finding that the tax cuts didn't do that much to boost the economy in part because most of the benefit went to wealthy people in corporations who don't spend that extra money the same way that lower and middle income people what many economists are predicting that the economy will continue to revert to more of a ho hum rate of growth closer to two percent but either way the economy is still growing in this past quarter strong consumer spending offset slower business investment Chris Arnold and pureness the house of representatives has passed a bipartisan budget package the legislation covers federal spending on defense and domestic programs for the next two years it's worth one point three trillion dollars it also suspends the debt limit until after the twenty twenty election so that the US government will not default on its obligations the United Nations and relief agencies say that scores of migrants have drowned off Libya in once feared as the worst shipwreck this year and peers Ruth Sherlock reports European governments continue to struggle with migrants crossing the Mediterranean refugee agencies say there were hundreds of migrants pregnant women and children among them on both the crowded smuggler's boat that capsized aid agencies estimate that as many as a hundred or even more people drowned and say local fishermen saw dozens of bodies floating in the water the U. N. has called on European countries to resume rescue missions in the Mediterranean which were halted after disagreements between governments over who should how is rescued migrants the UN High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi said migrants need safe pathways out of Libya before it's too late for many more desperate people read Sherlock and peonies Beirut SpaceX cargo ship is on its way to the international space station it was launched late yesterday from Cape Canaveral in Florida aboard a falcon nine rocket Brendan Byrne of member station W. MFC has more SpaceX's falcon.

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News in Brief 24 June 2019

UN News

03:18 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 24 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, thousands of suspected foreign Aycell terrorist fighters and their families being held in detention in Syria. Iraq must be treated fairly by their captors and taken back by their home countries, that's according to you in High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Basch Alette opening the latest session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva on Monday. She said that more than fifty five thousand men, women and children, have been rounded up since the fall of the self-styled caliphate, in the spring, while most of these individuals are Syrian or Iraqi she pointed out that they also include alleged foreign fighters from nearly fifty countries. She noted that at least eleven thousand suspected family members are still being held in northeastern series. I'll hold camp in what she called deeply substandard conditions citing estimates by the UN children's fund UNICEF. The High Commissioner explained that there are twenty nine thousand children of foreign fighters in Syria. Two thirds of whom originally came from Iraq, mostly under the age of twelve also on Monday, the UN refugee agency, UNHCR announced that on seventeen and eighteen December. It will be hosting the first ever global refugee forum in Geneva with tens of millions of people affected by war conflict and persecution, the form will provide an opportunity for countries to take stock of the situation today and strengthen the international response, you and High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi, said that refugees situations, send ripples across entire regions, and beyond pointing out the dealing with displacement challenges. Cannot be done alone and requires a United vision among countries coupled with concrete action. This is the goal of the global compact on refugees. And it is what we will be working towards during the form, he spelled out, UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez is expected to attend the event, which will be held at the ministerial level and among other things focus on burden and responsibility sharing education livelihood and protection on Sunday. You and food and agriculture agency FAO elected shudong. Ooh. China's agricultural deputy minister to take the reins on one August having received a total of one hundred eight votes out of one hundred ninety one cast FAO's, one hundred ninety four member countries chose mister chew during its forty first annual conference. In Rome, the new FAO chief, who was born in nineteen sixty three is the first person from a communist country to hold the top job and the ninth director, general since the organization was founded in nineteen forty five current chief Jose. Graziano. A silver from Brazil will complete his four year term on thirty one July, as China's vice minister for agriculture, Mr. chew worked on several rural development projects all over the world during which time he was in close contact with many UN countries lists Kapiti UN news.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on KCRW

"Civil war by passing landmarks of all rights legislation. We've elected an African American president. Today's hearing also comes on June teen. This honors the month in eighteen sixty five when formerly enslaved people in Texas learned. They had been freed two years earlier by the emancipation proclamation, several states observed, the June eighteenth holiday, Texas was the first to do. So in nineteen eighty the family of a Wisconsin man who died after police repeatedly tased him inside his home as agreed to a settlement from member station. W W M, Angelina mosier Salazar reports on the suit against the west Milwaukee police Adam drama was twenty two year old mentally ill Milwaukee man, who was tased fifteen times in the shower of his apartment by west Milwaukee police officers, he died shortly after now, the village of west Milwaukee is. Settling with the family of Adam trauma for two and a half million dollars in exchange for the dismissal of federal civil rights lawsuit body camera. Video of the incident show officers mistakenly calling trauma, by the wrong name family attorney, Robin shallow sites, the conduct of the police officers as unlawful and extreme for NPR news. I'm Angelina Mojo. Saad in Milwaukee. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Iraqi security officials say a rocket landed at a site near the city of Basel that houses operations for some major oil companies that includes Exxon Mobil, and shell three people have been injured. The UN refugee agency, reports nearly seventy one million people worldwide are displaced because of war, or human rights violations. Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva. Some people are refugees in other nations, or displaced within their home communities. The number of internally displaced people last year, topped forty one million while refugee numbers reached nearly twenty six million U N High Commissioner for refugees. Filippo Grandi says every second refugee is a child many alone and without their families when you hear about refugees people that are just thinking advantage seeking, better fraternities half. Our children, children built flee to seek that their opportunities children flee because there is a risk and the danger. The report finds more than two thirds of all. All refugees come from five countries Syria, Afghanistan, south, Sudan, Myanmar, and Somalia, the greatest number of new asylum, seekers were Venezuelans for NPR news. I'm Lisa Shlein in Geneva flights at Honolulu airport were delayed on Tuesday after false reports of an active shooter. Passengers were rescreened through security. The Honolulu star advertiser newspaper, reported the problem stemmed from a computer laptop that overheated at a security checkpoint. It started smoking the disruption caused some flights to be delayed for hours and frightened. Some passengers I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Proctor and gamble maker of Metamucil, Metamucil, premium blend, contains plant based Cillian fiber is made with natural flavors and colors and sweetened with Stevie leaf extract. Learn more at Metamucil dot com. This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition tensions between the US and Iran continue to escalate yet. President Trump doesn't sound worried. We.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Original San flavor by fighting a civil war passing landmark civil rights legislation. We've elected an African American president. Today's hearing also comes on June teen. This honors the month in eighteen sixty five when formerly enslaved people in Texas learned. They had been freed two years earlier by the emancipation proclamation, several states observed, the June eighteenth holiday, Texas was the first to do so in nineteen eighty the family of Wisconsin man who died after police repeatedly taste him inside his home as agreed to a settlement from member station. W W M, Angelina Moshe Salazar reports on the suit against the west Milwaukee police Adam Trammell was a twenty two year old mentally ill Milwaukee man, who was tased fifteen times in the shower of his apartment by west Milwaukee police officers, he died shortly after now, the village of west Milwaukee is. Settling with the family of Adam travel for two and a half million dollars in exchange for the dismissal of federal civil rights lawsuit body camera. Video of the incident show officers mistakenly calling trauma, by the wrong name family attorney, Robin shallow sites, the conduct of the police officers as unlawful and extreme for NPR news. I'm Angelina motorcyle Assad in Milwaukee. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Iraqi security officials say a rocket landed at a site near the city of Basel that houses operations for some major oil companies that includes Exxon Mobil, and shell three people have been injured the UN refugee agency, reports nearly seventy one million people worldwide are displaced because of war, or human rights violations. Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva. Some people are refugees in other nations, or displaced within their home communities, the number of internally, displaced people last year top forty one million while refugee numbers reached nearly twenty six million U N High Commissioner for refugees. Filippo Grandi says every second refugee is a child many alone and without their families, when you hear of refugees people that are just thinking seeking, Bethel, fraternities, half, our children, children built fee to seek better upper -tunities children flee because there is a risk and the danger. The report finds more than two thirds of all. All refugees come from five countries Syria. Afghanistan, south, Sudan, me on mar, and Somalia, the greatest number of new asylum, seekers were Venezuelans for NPR news. I'm Lisa Shlein in Geneva flights at Honolulu's airport were delayed on Tuesday after false reports of an active shooter. Passengers were rescreened through security. The Honolulu star advertiser newspaper, reported the problem stemmed from a computer laptop that overheated at a security checkpoint. It started smoking the disruption caused some flights to be delayed for hours and frightened. Some passengers on korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The un-american conduct of those who tried to undermine our great democracy and undermine you Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Orlando, Florida is a must win state for Mr. Trump next year in a new poll suggests that he'll have a tough time against several Democrats. Joe Biden, leading the pack Quinnipiac university's Peter Brown. Not only defeats prison. Trump in a head to head by a margin, but he just destroys the other Democrats in a democratic primer, a new U N report says, more people are trying to escape turmoil in their own countries. CBS's Vicki Barker has the numbers live at the foreign desk in London. Vicky some seventy five million people were forced to leave their homes last year u n refugee chief Filippo Grandi calls it the wrong side of record to set once again. Unfortunately, google. In the wrong direction despite the rhetoric coming out of some western capitals. He says it is the poorest nations, not the wealthy western ones that host the most refugees, though. The UN notes the US remains the world's largest recipient of asylum applications. Peter, Philadelphia's US attorney calls it one of the biggest drug busts in US history. More from KYW's. Marc Abrahams agents porter the Liberian flag ship docked along the Delaware river and found sixteen and a half tonnes of cocaine with an estimated street value of more than a billion dollars stuffed inside large cargo containers. The ship's crew is in custody and facing federal charges. The CDC says preschoolers who depend on government food, or shrinking the obesity, rate dropping to about fourteen percent showing the previous decreases were not flukes s and p futures down a fraction. This is CBS news..

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is now so bad that experts say it's become a major health risk. We hear from the overnight nation, that's put together the research, and we have this, I stand before you to fishery launch my campaign for a second term as president of the United States. Donald Trump going twenty twenty relection also seventy million people around the world. They're on the run. That's the latest figure released by the UN the smuggling, a major report, we have an interview we've sat down with the High Commissioner for refugees. Filipo Grandi, who talks about the reasons behind so many people more than seventy years being on the move. Got business. Got sport. Now. We got news. Babysitting news. Hello. I'm Jerry Smith. A survey of global attitudes towards immunization has found that public confidence in life. Saving vaccines is an all time low the study by the whoa contrast says that globally about eight thousand ten believe vaccines are safe, but the regional picture show, some worrying trends, as chilly Masimba explains it tends to be in more hiring areas where you're seeing the lower trust in vaccine. So, in Europe, for example, around a fifth of people said, they disagree are unsure of where the vaccine is safe. France has the lowest levels of trust, and in Ukraine, which has reported the highest number of measles cases in Europe last year only fifty percent. Agreed vaccines safe. And this, of course, matters because we're seeing vaccination rates across the world stalling, and we're saying the wells mice infectious diseases suddenly, one of them measles. Steep rising cases in all parts of the world, the UN refugee agencies as the people display. By conflict around the world have reached a record number of more than seventy million. Filippo Grandi, the U N High Commissioner for refugees told the BBC the poorer countries with bearing the brunt of the crisis and wealthier countries should do more, he prays to countries in particular for their response. One is your country, hosting a million refugees having its own problem of internal displacement, and yet putting forward very forward-looking policies inclusion access to services, virtuous country, and another one is Germany, a lot has been said about the choice made by Chancellor Merkel in two thousand fifteen to say we will host Syrian refugees. She had a very negative political backlash than yet. I think history will judge her positively. President Trump has launched his recantation and re campeign Torelli in Florida it. Oh, thousands of cheering supporters and Orlando that the US economy was now the envy of the world. There were familiar attacks on the media, the Muller investigation, as well as the Democrats or no is your Democrats, more.

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News in Brief 24 April 2019

UN News

02:33 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 24 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, although against civilians are continuing to suffer high levels of casualties due to ongoing conflict rates are at their lowest levels since the beginning of twenty thirteen. That's according to figures released on Wednesday by the UN assistance mission in Afghanistan Unum, which documented five hundred eighty one civilian death is in one thousand one hundred ninety two injured during the first three months of this year that represents a twenty three percent drop for the same period last year driven by a fall in the number of suicide attacks as well as an unusually harsh winter unanimous that it was very concerned by the continuing targeting of civilians in an increase in casualties from the use of non suicide explosives by anti-government elements. There was also a significant increase in casualties due to aerial in search operations, which led to an uptick in casualties at two hands of pro government forces afternoon Tessie four day visit to Silicon Valley in California. The went High Commissioner for human rights. Michelle Basch Lee has hurt all states to adopt a smart mix of measures to regulate new technologies finding a smart mix digital networked environment. He's particularly challenging and requires innovative thinking Misbach said on Wednesday heading that regulation needs to be flexible and capable of evolving to address the changing needs of this sector, highlighting the urgency of finding solutions to some of the major threats to human rights posed by technological advances. The union rights chief said that technology, can and should be all about progress. But she warned that usually invasive powers were being unleashed. By tech innovation which do incalculable damage without enough checks. May specially also announced the project to help technology companies incorporate established international human rights principles into their work in finally U N High Commissioner for refugees Filippo Grandi issued a statement on Wednesday expressing his deep shock and thorough. Over this relentless attacks on Easter day in the rising death toll UNHCR chief said he felt encouraged by the outpouring of solidarity in calls for unity from all corners of the world. Adding that violent extremism must not divide us. Mr. Grandi said the agency would stand by the government in people of Sri Lanka a country that has offered protection to refugees of diverse religions in nationalities at the same time as it continues to recover from its own experience of division and conflict during its long, civil war and Carmel. You're news.

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News in Brief 22 April 2019

UN News

02:53 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 22 April 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the UN special Representative Libya and head of the UN mission in the country. Well, Gus on salami is continuing his efforts to try and deescalate military action in and around the capital Tripoli. The commander of the self-styled Libyan national army began an offensive to try and take the Libyan capital from forces backing the UN recognized government more than two weeks ago. Here's UN spokespersons to Fantasia wreak. We've correspondents in New York on Monday. Mr. Salam as progress he met with Tunisian foreign minister Cammie Gina we in Tunis with whom he discussed developments related to the clashes in southern Tripoli both asserted that the UN facilitated political process is the ideal in only way to solve the Libyan crisis. According to the UN office, coordinating humanitarian affairs, ocher thousands of civilians refugees and migrants during trapped in conflict -ffected areas. Unable to flee either because of fighting with attention and a statement released on Monday, ocher said that medical teams were working relentlessly to evacuate and. Care for people wounded in the conflict through the Tripoli flash. Appeal the humanitarian communities urgently called for ten point two million dollars to continue providing lifesaving relief, adding that humanitarian needs in Libya rapidly, increasing while funding levels remain, low traditional knowledge is at the core of indigenous identity culture and heritage the chair of the UN permanent forum on indigenous issues said at the annual launch event on Monday stressing that it must be protected and nor GAM who is a member of Finland Sami parliament and head of these semi councils human rights unit said the forum offers an opportunity to share innovations and practices developed an indigenous communities over centuries and millennia indigenous peoples live in some ninety countries represent five thousand different cultures and speak an overwhelming majority of the world's estimated six thousand seven hundred languages and while they make up less than six percent of the global population. Indigenous people account for fifteen percent of the world's poorest. According to the forum, MS no GAM encouraged, all Member States to. Keep children connected to their indigenous culture and community stressing that these languages enabled us to protect our traditional knowledge. Three top United Nations officials will visit Bangladesh late this week to highlight the need for supporting the humanitarian needs of almost a million ranger refugees. Now living in the country. The UN announced the visit of High Commissioner for refugees or UNHCR Filippo Grandi, the direct to Germany of the migration agency IOM Antonio Vitorino and the UN relief chief Mark Lowcock head of ocher. In a statement released on Monday in the capital Dakar, the delegation will hold talks with senior government officials, and then travelled to Cox's Bazar to meet refugees assess preparations under way ahead of the monsoon season. And visit UN support projects. The aim of visit to highlight the need to continue strong international support while solutions can be found for the safe dignified return of Hingis to me and more. Matt wells, UN news.

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"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"filippo grandi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I think you could pick any one of the regional commanders in their recent testimony and underlying all of that is the close relationships that we have to have with our partner nations in those regions and the importance of keeping that investment strong. I would just add an anecdote when when nine eleven occurred we had gone through a period in the previous twelve or thirteen years where we had cut back substantially the number. USA ID and foreign aid workers in the field to a point where where we once had over fifteen thousand. Folks around the world, we were down on nine eleven to about eighteen hundred and that really changes the the political dynamic in countries where you're trying to create some peace and stability. You've mentioned Afghanistan in nine eleven is there. Another example that springs to mind of what you fear might be lost. If the State Department and USA ID are not adequately funded or if they're undercut well, one of the one of the concerns that I think military commanders would would echo is that we will have crises we can almost guarantee there will be another crisis somewhere in the near horizon. And we hope in most of those cases that can be dealt with through diplomacy and foreign aid. And we can look at things like Ebola in west Africa. We can we can see how critical that ability to rapidly move aid and assistance into a country might be. It's also important that we have security in and around that area. But if we don't have the diplomatic tool to use. The only option left is the military, and that's not necessarily the way we train and equip, our our leaders in the military, and and we have some examples with the regional reconstruction teams that we provisional reconstruction teams that we had in Afghanistan they were manned by the military until the State Department some years later could begin to fill those positions to push back on you a little bit. General the administration argues that these proposed cuts will encourage other countries to become more self reliant it actually identifies that as a goal of this budget to reduce the need for foreign assistance. What's wrong with that argument? Well, I think first of all we would hope that that all of those countries would continue to invest more and more in their own in their own security, and and in their economic growth, the challenge is that many need that jump start to help them and the importance of US presence in the region, as well as assistance is is is clear and important, and I I would go to. The Pacific as an example, where there is a long history with our partners in in South Korea, and Japan and in China and having US presence there provide some stability that that allows for diplomacy to take place. The same is true with our presence in Europe after World War Two the presence of of strong US military, but also in a rebuilding and reconstruction allowed those countries to to create the vibrant economies that they see today. General. Thank you. My pleasure is retired air force General, Jean Renoir, one of more than a dozen retired generals and admirals who have released a statement counseling against cuts to the State Department and USA ID. The airlines crash yesterday is left a good part of the world in mourning the victims came from thirty five different countries. Many of them worked for the United Nations which lost at least twenty one staffers in Perez Peralta has this remembrance all across the. United Nations facilities. Fly their flags at half staff in New York UN secretary General Antonio opens a session. With somber words, a global today after the close to home United Nations is United in grief. Many of the UN staffers were headed to a big environmental conference at the UN in Nairobi ARCO leagues where women and men junior professionals and seasoned officials. The office of the High Commissioner on refugees lost three staffers ninety Ali and Jackson Massoni worked in a war torn region of Sudan. And Jessica high worked in Somalia all of them leave behind small children UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi says the three are an example of how to keep going despite heartbreak. So he's a very sad occasion. But also an occasion for us to come together. To celebrate the lives of generous and devote. Then committed people among the others who perished were academics..

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Dozens missing after ferry sinking at Indonesia's Lake Toba

BBC World Service

03:57 min | 4 years ago

Dozens missing after ferry sinking at Indonesia's Lake Toba

"A commerce ministry statement today describing the us action is blackmail and promising to fight back firmly at the moment the us has announced it is going ahead with the tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese goods most of those will come into effect in a couple of weeks time china has promised to respond in kind what is more hypothetical if you like is the next step from america this two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese goods which would be unprecedented which would have serious implications for the rest of the global economy united nations refugee agency says the number of people forced from their homes by conflict has risen to a record high for the fifth year running in its annual reports the unhcr's have more than sixty eight million people worldwide who are the refugees asylum seekers who displaced in their own country the u n high commissioner for refugees is filippo grandi the sixty eight point five million that we are reporting today is about people fleeing war persecution and violence some people cannot cross borders so they will be internally displaced but these are people that cannot go back home because if they go back home forcibly they risk their lives the un is trying to encourage a more coordinated response from wealthier countries the technology company ibm has held what is described as the first debates between the confusion humans and attest to the scope of artificial intelligence the computer engaged in exchanges a number of topics which neither side was given prior knowledge of the computer we'd spoke with a female voice had this to say during one of the debates allow me to respond to some of my opponents most recent claims i think that one of the claims made by ms avandia was that people should choose how to spend their money i would like to offer a different view people should spend their hard earned money as they please but society has a duty to provide help to its people in need we'd like the hard workers with low wages the audience decided the contest was a draw the humans have better delivery but project debater offered more substance china has granted more than one hundred million dollars in military aid to cambodia china's defense minister away from her offered the money to be used wherever cambodia deems necessary during a trip to phnom penh china and cambodia have grown closer as cambodia turns away from its traditional ally the united states news from the bbc indonesia and rescue workers are battling stormy weather to try to find survivors from a ferry that sank in sumatra with at least eighty passengers on board emergency crews have already saved eighteen people from rough waters on lake toba the ferry was licensed to carry sixty people but officials say as many as one hundred thirty could have been on board the north korean leader kim jong un is visiting china for the third time this year and answering his rival for two day trip chinese media gave no further details it comes a week after his summit with president trump in singapore earlier south korea confirmed that joint military exercises with the us have been suspended thailand has carried out its first execution in nine years twenty six year old man had been convicted of murder was killed by lethal injection the human rights organization amnesty international called the move deplorable is said the execution put thailand out of step with a global shift away from the death penalty and australian politician is urging the government to legalize crocodile hunting to generate an income for impoverished indigenous communities jerry would who's an mp from australia's northern territory said australia could learn from canada which has legalized polevault hunting to support remote communities film ursa reports polar bears and saltwater crocodiles do have something in.

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