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U.S. Accuses China of Abetting Ransomware Attack
"Hack of Microsoft earlier this year that compromise tens of thousands of computers worldwide. Here's a B CS Pierre Thomas, the U. S government is accusing the Chinese government or senior elements within it directly working with criminal hackers. The NSA, FBI and Homeland security claim that the People's Republic of China has been contracting with and profiting from criminal hackers who attacked companies around the world. China also accused in a list of other cyber threats, including ransomware attacks from hackers connected to the Chinese government and targeting companies with demands for millions of dollars. Chinese not responding to this just yet, but a foreign Ministry spokesperson has said in the past Attribution of cyber attacks like this needs to be based not on what they call groundless accusations, and there's also new demands today to ban the sale of certain cyber spyware across Europe, the US and in Israel. This after it was discovered spyware from an
Afghanistan Recalls Diplomats to Protest Pakistan Attack
"Its diplomatic staff from the Pakistani capital Islamabad, following an attack on Friday on the ambassador's daughter, Silsila. Al Aqeel, who is in her twenties, was taking a taxi in the capital Islamabad when the driver picked up a second passenger Secunda Kamani is in Kabul. This incident has sparked anger here in Afghanistan, feeding into an already tense relationship with the two countries. In the last few hours, the Afghan Foreign Ministry has announced that it's recalling all senior Afghan diplomats from Pakistan, it says until their security concerns are addressed, including putting on trial those responsible for this incident. The Pakistani Foreign Ministry has responded, saying that that decision is regrettable. It points out that Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered all resources be utilized, apprehend those who were responsible and also ordered security for Afghan diplomats in Pakistan to be beefed up. Secunda Kamani
Taiwan Says 11 Arrested At Its Haiti Embassy
"Taiwan's foreign ministry says Haitian police have arrested eleven armed suspects who tried to break into its embassy in port au prince three officials gave no details of the suspect's identities or reason for the break in they say it's up to Haitian police to determine if they were involved in the assassination of president Jovenel Moise earlier this week officials say police were alerted by embassy security guards while Taiwanese diplomats working from home some doors and windows were broken but there was no other damage to the embassy seventeen suspects to be detained so far in the assassination I'm Charles to that spot
Party Piece: China's Communists at 100
"No surprise that beijing was the site of massive. Well orchestrated celebrations today. Our beijing bureau chief david rennie. Was there herded by the foreign ministry hours before it. all began. Toews comes strokes a hundredth birthday party and they did that in tenement square. Which is the ceremonial heart of china. The crowd was handpicked. They were almost all party members. I was sitting next to members of the people's congress that the city of beijing. There's a lot of singing of communist party songs and everyone around me knew all the words those in greatest hits like without the communist party there would be no china so this mix of the very grand informal and the kind of national but also this strange kind of private family gathering of a party celebrating in the open. It's actually control of this giant country and presumably this this gathering was also very carefully controlled very interesting that this is a very confident party. But it's the chinese communist party and so there's always an element of paranoia and extreme control. Not only we rule security checked multiple times but this is also a china that is determined to have zero cases of college. Although they haven't been cases for months in beijing we all made to quarantine for twenty four hours before we set foot on the square. We want to wear face masks will call the tested. Multiple times and in fact many western ambassadors from places like europe refused to come because they were told that they too would have to spend a night in a state guesthouse in multiple covered tested. And they simply thought. I was undignified. So it was very very controlled. Very very paranoid festivity.
US Sells off Iranian Crude Oil Seized off Coast of UAE
"New documents suggest that the U. S. has sold off Iranian crude oil seized off the coast of the United Arab Emirates according to recent court documents on government statistics released over the weekend the U. S. sold more than two million barrels of Iranian crude oil after seizing on oil tanker off the coast of the U. A. E. the papers have raised the eyebrows of commodities traders a sarong remains targeted by a series of American sanctions the energy information agency has said that America imported just over one million barrels of Iranian crude in March Iran's foreign ministry into wrong now says the government knows nothing of the matter I didn't know oil has been blocked from Iran because of the law was passed I'm Charles de Ledesma
China says politics behind US call for virus origin probe
"China has accused the Biden administration of playing politics by pushing for a new investigation into the origins of the corona virus which was first detected in China in late twenty nineteen president Joe Biden has also intelligence officials to double up efforts to find and also to the origins including investigating the possibility that it came from a Chinese Navratri China's foreign ministry spokesperson said that Piven's order said the US does not care about facts or truth nor is it interested in serious scientific origin tracing China also fired back that the US should also open itself up to investigations and it's ten laps like the ministry's fort Dietrich base on Karen Thomas
World Reacts to Belarus Plane ‘Hijacking’ and Arrest of Journalist
"Alexander Lukashenko. And forced to change course to the capital of Belarus, Minsk where the prominent journalist Roman protest, Savage was seized. The action has variously been described as a state hijacking that was the Greek Foreign Ministry on active state terrorism that was the Polish prime minister. German, he said it could not remain without a clear consequence on the French have called for firm and four a firm and unified response. That's your first from two passengers who were on that flight, talking about the journalist Roman pretty Savage and his reaction when he found out the plane was being diverted to Minsk. You seen your harness from, say, significance of this morning, He said nothing. He just turned two people and said he was facing the death penalty. He was nervous at first, but later when he understood he couldn't change anything. He calmed down and accepted it. The chief executive of Ryanair, Michael O'Leary, condemned the actions, saying Sunday's events amounted to state sponsors sponsored piracy. He made his comments in an interview with the Independent Irish radio station used talk. This was a case of state sponsored I was a state sponsored hijack your state sponsored piracy and but unfortunate can't say much about it because the EU authorities and NATO are dealing with at the moment. We're debriefing. The crews are Cruise did a phenomenal job to get that aircraft and almost all the passengers out of Minsk After six hours, I think was very fighting for the crew for the passengers who were held under armed guard have their bags searched on when it was clear it appears that the intent of the Russian authorities was too Remove a journalist and his traveling companion on you know, we believe there was also some KGB agents offloading off the aircraft as well. Michael O'Leary was speaking to news hour on Sunday. Belarus is opposition leader Svetlana taken off Sky Air, who many recognizes the winner off presidential polls last year
China Denounces US Appeal for Taiwan to Join WHO Meeting
"China's I'm good bye cools to invite Taiwan to a diplomatic table China has criticized secretary of state under the Blinken urging the WHO's to invite to Taiwan the on intimacy claimed by Beijing as part of its territory to take part in a meeting this month Lincoln's statement adds to a similar joint appeal by the foreign ministers of the group of seven major economies this month in London that's two to Beijing which insists Taiwan has no right to conduct foreign relations all joined global bodies a foreign ministry spokesman says Beijing firmly to pools of regex Lincoln's appeal I'm Charles the live this month
French Reporter Kidnapped by Jihadi Rebels in Northern Mali
"The video has been released showing a French journalist saying that he has been kidnapped by an al Qaida linked group in northern Mali the head of the Africa desk for Reporters Without Borders all know full game confirmed that journalist alleviate to what had been kidnapped on April the eighth while working a money's no the city of cal we have a reason to to to believe and the worst and I unfortunately and there is a fair chance is set to he was indeed kidnapped by December Hungary do Paul confirms in the video that he was kidnapped by the al Qaeda linked group Jay and I am for okay has appeal to French and Malian authorities to help police him well calling on the authorities to do everything they can the French foreign ministry confirmed his disappearance saying they're in touch with his family and Maddie and authorities I'm Karen Thomas
Iran nuclear talks resume in Vienna amid new complications
"Will powers resuming high level talks in Vienna focusing on bringing the US back into the nuclear deal with Iran this will be the first session since comments surfaced from the foreign minister Javad Zarif alleging the Russia once tried to scupper the pact in the interview reviewed by the AP sorry if describes Russia as wanting to stop the nuclear deal before it was struck under the Obama administration in twenty fifteen suggesting Moscow wanted to keep tensions high the Russian foreign ministry has thus far refused to comment on the remarks made with a think tank associated with the Iranian presidency the leaked over the weekend the deal promises Iran economic incentives in exchange for curbs on its nuclear program I'm Charles de Ledesma
'Cannon Fodder': Medical Students in India Feel Betrayed
"India has recorded over three hundred twenty thousand new cases of the corona virus as a grim surge weighs on the country although the crisis remains grave India's sinking health system this started getting much needed support from foreign nations a foreign ministry spokesman has tweeted photos of the first shipment of medical aid in just receiving from Britain it includes one hundred ventilators and ninety five oxygen concentrators this loss beards three hundred twenty three thousand U. infections raises India's total cost seventeen point six million but ends a five day streak of recording the largest single day increases in any country throughout the whole pandemic I'm Charles de Ledesma
President Biden Recognizes Massacre of Armenians as Genocide
"Talking about international reaction from From around the world has specifically from from turkey about prisoner biden statement earlier today the hundred six anniversary in what's known as genocide day. The president said quote each year on this day. We remember the lives of all those who died in the ottoman era armenian genocide and recommit ourselves to preventing such an atrocity from ever occurring again beginning on april twenty four nine hundred fifteen with the arrest of armenian intellectuals and community leaders in constantinople by ottoman authorities. One million armenians were deported massacred remarks to their deaths campaign to extermination than he. He goes on important thing. Is he says armenian genocide and the turks almost immediately. The turkish foreign ministry almost immediately reacted. The president actually had a phone call with president earlier. This week. I don't recall the readout of it. But the g word wasn't in there and it really has gotten to the point for the turks. The are the last people in the room stomping around and that it. It really doesn't matter what they do. They're not the reason we tread softly for the last sixty years with. Because turkey was a key cornerstone there in the balkans in nato. We pre position nuclear weapons on on turkey. We had our first generation of ballistic missile nuclear nuclear missiles in turkey at the time the cuban missile crisis. They were key and they were they were key goud right up until the dissolving of the soviet union and then we. We've seen this rise in turkish nationalism. And here's sort of the problem. Is that the. Turks are fiercely fiercely fiercely proud of their own history and they're turkishness but but denying that. This actually was a campaign that the turks portrays ono no no. It was a civil war. And you know things happen. It was
US expels Russian diplomats, imposes sanctions for hacking
"Russia's Foreign Ministry is valuing a response to the new U. S sanctions targeting dozens of companies and individuals and response to election interference and cyber attacks against key government agencies. The White House's 10 Russian diplomats are being expelled from the U. S. Sanctions are the rich. First retaliatory actions for the Hack, which is known a solar
US Imposes New Round of Sanctions, Expels 10 Russian Diplomats
"His dish out punishment to Russia for the hacking of several private American companies and government branches as well, maybe sees Mary Bruce reports from Washington D. C. U. S imposing sanctions on dozens of entities and individuals and expelling 10. Russian diplomats from Washington. Biden says the responses in kind but is warning he could doom or I chose to be proportionate. We want a stable, predictable relationship. The U. S. Is also ratcheting up the pressure on Russia's continued occupation of Crimea, and reports Russia offered bounties to militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops. Russian Foreign Ministry called the US his actions unacceptable and is promising. A syriza of retaliatory measures will follow. In the near future, and President
China Warns Washington Not to Boycott Winter Olympics
"Government has warned Washington not to boycott next year's Winter Olympics in Beijing after the Biden administration said it was talking with allies about a joint approach to complaint of human rights abuses. Foreign Ministry spokesperson rejected accusations of abuses against ethnic minorities. He warned of an unspecified robust Chinese response to a potential Olympics boycott. He says the political relation of sports would damage athletes and the Olympic carrier chart.
Iran rejects 'step-by-step' lifting of sanctions
"Iran appears to be playing hard ball as the regime prepares to hold indirect talks with the us next week. A spokesman for iran's foreign ministry tells state tv the government is interested in a step by step easing of u. s. sanctions president. Joe biden wants to revive the nuclear deal that his predecessor walked away from but the white house maintains iran. I needs to take steps to return to compliance
China sanctions US, Canadian officials over Xinjiang
"Is blocking to U. S officials and several Canadian parliamentarians from entering China or from doing business with people from China. The move is in retaliation for joint sanctions imposed on Chinese officials this week by the U. S and Canada along with Britain and the European Union. NPR's John Rule, which reports China is sanctioning two members of the U. S Commission on International Religious Freedom. It's also targeting a seven member Canadian parliamentary subcommittee on human rights and one other member of parliament. Last week, the United States, Canada, Britain and the U put sanctions on four people in China for human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region. China has denied the allegations. In a statement, the Foreign Ministry urged the relevant parties to quote, stop political manipulation of Xinjiang related issues and stop interfering in China's internal affairs. China already this week sanctioned several people from Britain and the U
China sanctions US, Canadian officials over Xinjiang
"Is blocking to U. S officials and several Canadian parliamentarians from entering China or from doing business with people from China. The move is in retaliation for joint sanctions imposed on Chinese officials this week by the U. S and Canada along with Britain and the European Union, NPR's John Druitt reports China is sanctioning two members of the U. S Commission on International Religious Freedom. It's also targeting a seven member Canadian parliamentary subcommittee on human rights and one other member of parliament. Last week, the United States, Canada, Britain and the U put sanctions on four people in China for human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region. China has denied the allegations. In a statement, the Foreign Ministry urged the relevant parties to quote, stop political manipulation of Xinjiang related issues and stop interfering in China's internal affairs. China already this week sanctioned several people from Britain and the EU.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"NewsRadio twelve hundred coward. You. San Antonio and iheart radio station. Revoked the visas of several members of the Saudi intelligence service, and the Royal court the killing of Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate in eastern bowl secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, we have identified at least some of the individuals responsible, including those in the intelligence services, the Royal court foreign ministry and other Saudi ministries who we suspect to have been involved in Mr. Khashoggi's death. President Trump should receive a briefing Wednesday on kashogi is killing people in Turkey, and I have people in Saudi Arabia and other places and they're all coming back as we speak heading back. No, I think everything time. As the mugger caravan continues to make its way toward the US border, a new claim about its Genesis vice President Mike Pence said he spoke to the Honduran president one Orlando Hernandez who told him now seven thousand member migrant caravan was organized by leftist organizations and financed by Venezuelan, President Trump asked if ISIS was in the group can said it is likely middle easterners are the group since the border patrol apprehended middle easterners at the border every day. Jessica rosenthal. Secretary of state Pompeo a warning the caravan will not be allowed to enter the United States under any circumstances. Willa has made landfall as a category. Three storm just south of the Mexican resort town of mustard Lon rains from the storm expected to reach into Texas as early as tomorrow the Red Sox take game one of the World Series. Speeding the Los Angeles Dodgers eight to four the big blow coming in the seventh inning from the Red Sox had walk. Oh dounia..
"foreign ministry" Discussed on KGO 810
"Planning for poking sickening salad i'm christopher cruise president trump who's in scotland for the weekend preparing for a meeting with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki finland on monday protests are planned at trump golf courses in scotland and at the scottish parliament today some members of congress want mr trump to cancel the meeting with putin because of yesterday's indictment of twelve russian intelligence officers on charges of hacking to hillary clinton's campaign and releasing tens of thousands of emails correspondent matthew chance in moscow this morning the russians have categorically denied any involvement with any election meddling that's the position they've adopted in the past they've adopted again now at last night shortly after the the indictments were made the russian foreign ministry issued a statement saying washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news it says president trump is up and tweeting this morning nine tweets so far he attacks cnn and asked why president obama didn't do something about russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election at least sixty one people in at least fourteen states are reporting cases of stomach parasite after eating mcdonalds salads health officials in wisconsin nebraska south dakota and minnesota are joining other states and reporting cases of the cyclospora parasite the parasite can cause severe diarrhea stomach cramps nausea weight loss and loss of appetite mcdonald says until it can switch it's lettuce supplier it will no longer be serving salads the fast food chain says.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A global news update planning for pokey sickening salad i'm christopher cruise president trump is in scotland for the weekend preparing for a meeting with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki finland on monday protests are planned at trump golf courses in scotland and at the scottish parliament today some members of congress want mr trump to cancel the meeting with putin because of yesterday's indictment of twelve russian intelligence officers on charges of hacking into hillary clinton's campaign and releasing tens of thousands of emails correspondent matthew chance in moscow this morning the russians have categorically denied any involvement with any election meddling that's the position they've adopted in the past they've adopted again now at last night shortly after the the indictments were made the russian foreign ministry issued a statement saying washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news it says president trump is up and tweeting this morning nine tweets so far he attacks cnn and asked why president obama didn't do something about russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election at least sixty one people in at least fourteen states are reporting cases of a stomach parasite after eating mcdonalds salads health officials in wisconsin nebraska south dakota and minnesota are joining other states and reporting cases of the cyclospora parasite the parasite can cause severe diarrhea stomach cramps nausea weight loss and loss of appetite mcdonald says until it can switch it's lettuce supplier it will no longer be serving salads.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of fashion now president trump is in scotland for the weekend preparing for a meeting with russian president vladimir putin in helsinki finland on monday some members of congress want mr trump to cancel the meeting with putin because of yeah yesterday's indictment of twelve russian intelligence officers in on charges of hacking into hillary clinton's campaign correspondent matthew chance in moscow this morning the russians have categorically denied any involvement with any election meddling that's the position they've adopted in the past they've adopted again now last night shortly after the the indictments were made the russian foreign ministry issued a statement saying washington is struggling to reanimate old fake news it says election officials in the us are meeting in philadelphia this weekend to talk about cybersecurity at least one hundred twenty eight people have been killed in a suicide bombing at an election rally in southwest pakistan and at least eleven soldiers have been killed today when their checkpoint came under attack by insurgents in western afghanistan i'm christopher cruise and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters the us commerce department has lifted the ban on american firms selling products to china's z t e corp that removes the final hurdle for the company to start rebuilding its business the ban was removed after z t e submitted the final payment of a one point four billion dollar penalty after pleading guilty to violating sanctions removing the ban on zee tv was a key chinese government demand amid escalating tensions between the world's two largest economies and up friday for stocks at another up week more from bloomberg's charlie pellett an ongoing pause in trade tensions outweighed a mixed start to earn season for the week the s and p five hundred index was up one and a half percent breaking through the key twenty eight hundred level for the first time since march big banks stolpen earnings with mixed results while at and t stocks slumped after the justice department said it will will appeal an antitrust ruling in favor of the company for the weak dow jones industrial average up two point three percent nasdaq was up one point nine percent charlie pellett bloomberg radio.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Very interesting thing that come out of that press briefing today from the chinese foreign ministry is that beijing knew that south korea and the united states were going to halt these joint military exercises before donald trump announced it at his press conference because at the foreign ministry's press conference a couple of hours earlier we had the the spokesman saying well this shows that china's suspension for suspension strategy not only works but is now being put in place at the time with thinking what are you talking about what he means been put in place and this of course as china's saying that if the us and south korea suspend their drills the war games that north korean exchange could suspend its nuclear program and showing off a couple of hours later this donald trump announcing that very same thing kim all the trump camp has told john that was going to happen how's that correspondent in beijing in which president trump met with the north korean leader kim jong un and they have promised to work towards the complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula china and south korea have welcomed the talks but critics say the agreement that has been reached is vague.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Yeah that's going to be that's the dancer doing though is it i mean it's the carrot and the stick type thing then you sometimes a big number of the head with a stick sometimes a dangling the carrot and it's a finance is a dance they're doing and and it seems to be working at this point i mean i think were it not for china you wouldn't have a summit between trump and kim jong you mean china china has certainly allowed they've put more pressure on north korea and then is that pressure than kim jong un would have no reason to come to the table but china has helped us but pressure on him to the point where he needs to come to the table and talk they have but they're also the japanese foreign ministry released surveillance photos shift that appeared to have a chinese flag on it that was doing the oldest ship the ship transfers you know transferring fuel to north korean oiltanker for the chinese are are yes they're they're putting more pressure on north korea because they don't want they don't want the united states to carry out a military strike for instance but they're but they're calibrating that they're calibrating that too they're also not putting enough pressure on north korea to force kim to choose between regime collapse and his nuclear weapons because they don't they don't want to resume collapse either they want they want the north korean nuclear crisis to be resolved in a way that advances their interests well it'll be interesting to see what happens so this thing is going is coming off isn't it on the twelfth of june everything's going to happen so far there was that there was that back and forth about whether it would be on again off again with the letter of the canceled at i both sides are back to.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"At the pump pious they've been so since two thousand fourteen twenty three before the hour coming up on america in the morning weinstein freeman and han solo i'm john trout you're with america in the morning president trump is leaving the door open with north korea after pulling out of the june twelfth summit with kim jong terry moore reports chatting with reporters at the white house trump talked about what changed with north korea so the dialogue was good until recently and i think i understand why that happened he did not elaborate but i really believe we have a a great opportunity we'll see whether or not that opportunity is seized by north korea in a letter to kim trump's cited tremendous anger and open hostility in recent statements from north korea during prepared remarks at the white house trump called the withdrawal from the summit a great setback for north korea and the world he also warned the us military is ready if necessary meantime house democratic leader nancy pelosi called the whole thing a win for kim yeah you had a thug a person who has a runs a police state being legitimised by the president of the united states new jersey democratic senator bob menendez chided the president the auto diplomacy is a lot harder than the art of the deal a reference to a book the trump wrote many years ago i'm terry moore in washington the north korea threat continues at twenty two till with jim bohannon let's get reaction to what has taken place now with professor allen sanders he teaches political science at saint peter's university of jersey city new jersey i suppose it could be said that the words that came out of the the north korean foreign ministry official words which we assume that that person did not freelance that they had the complete permission and probably approval of kim jong on might have been designed to torpedo this summit well it may very well have been designed to torpedo this summit but the problem with the summit is that there was not enough preparation for it when you're dealing with such important issues as a nuclear arms and denuclearization you really want to engage in some careful talks in both countries have to make clear what their national security interests really are and that means you really start with.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"At the pump highest they've been since two thousand fourteen twenty three before the hour coming up on america in the morning weinstein freeman and han solo i'm john trout you're with america in the morning president trump is leaving the door open with north korea after pulling out of the june twelfth summit with kim jong terry moore reports chatting with reporters at the white house trump talked about what changed with north korea so dialogue was good until recently and i think i understand why that happened he did not elaborate but i really believe we have a a great opportunity we'll see whether or not that opportunity is seized by north korea in a letter to kim trump cited tremendous anger and open hostility in recent statements from north korea during prepared remarks at the white house trump called the withdrawal from the summit a great setback for north korea and the world he also warned the us military is ready if necessary meantime house democratic leader nancy pelosi called the whole thing a win for kim here you had a thug a person who has a runs a police state being legitimised by the president of the united states new jersey democratic senator bob menendez chided the president the art of the plo masih is a lot harder than the art of the deal a reference to a book the trump wrote many years ago i'm terry moore in washington the north korea threat continues at twenty two till with jimbohannon let's get reaction to what has taken place now with professor allen sanders he teaches political science at saint peter's university in jersey city new jersey i suppose it could be said that the words that came out of the the north korean foreign ministry official words which we assume that that person did not freelance that they had the complete permission and probably approval of kim jong on might have been designed to torpedo this summit well it may very well have been designed to torpedo the summit but the problem with the summit is that there was not enough preparation for it when you're dealing with such important issues as a nuclear arms and denuclearization you really want to engage in some careful talks in both countries have to make clear what their national security interests really are and that means you really start with low level diplomatic discussions that slowly but surely move up.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Good thursday morning america's first news continues on this may twenty four th new this morning the latest out of china officials there say they haven't yet found any explanation for a us government employees reported abnormal sensations of sound and pressure now this incident recalls the experiences of american diplomats who fell ill in cuba last year often after hearing a strange sound in what's been described as a sonic attack chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said china's begun a careful investigation and has already given the us preliminary findings the state department said wednesday that the us government employees was sent to the us for additional testing after showing signs of mild traumatic brain injury commonly known as concussion secretary of state mike pompeo says the fate of the us north korea summit rests with dictator kim jong un pompeo told the house foreign affairs committee wednesday he hopes plans for the june twelfth summit move forward korea summit going to happen or not so that decision ultimately up to kim so the president he asked for the meeting the president agreed to meet with him i'm very hopeful that that meeting will take place you strongly criticized the obama administration for not including issues like human rights in the nuclear deal with iran do you have a commitment from the kim regime in north korea the most brutal dictatorship in the world to take steps to alleviate the human suffering of their own people including openning civil and political rights as part of any negotiated deal we have brought outlines of what it is that each nation is prepared to do amid the uncertainty a white house team is headed to singapore this weekend to try to work on logistics for the trip north korea yesterday called vice president mike pence stupid and criticized remarks he made on fox news.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To be at risk for populist uprising which could overthrow him and so what he's doing is what his father did his father launched a massive attack killed twenty thousand people in hama back almost forty years ago i mean this is what he does and it's it's a nasty way that we've seen in look hussein did the same thing to the kurds breaking all the norms you know after world war after world war one about not using chemical weapons and the world order that we all said the sec but russia and their allies iran and syria breaking that we need to make them pay i know with the russian foreign ministry said they said that the weapons attack in syria is bogus invented fabricated that according to reuters dmitri paula paula cincy says for those who spread another fake news about alleged use of chemical weapons we repeatedly warned that a provocation of this kind with the help of the white helmets is being prepared by basij terrorists and their sponsors and ask yourself a simple question so white helmets meaning what white helmets is a local syrian kind of watchdog group that reports on the chemical weapons attack i watched the russian news this morning and russian and and that's exactly what they're saying they they call it fault shift which is their word for like fake news which that's what they're doing i mean the russians made a conscious decision and and you know putin was just in an uncle a meeting last week with the iranian and with with the syrian government as well talking about with the turkey iran is not with serious about solving that the syrian crisis vladimir putin recognizes this is his chance to get back into the middle east after his soviet predecessor david up in the nineteen eighty he's got military bases in syria and he wants to demonstrate to everyone in the region that use the player but he can crop up offside for all but that means and it's a real it's a real threat to our interest and also israel's as you saw from the israel and dan just gotta make sure not to leave how much it costs will end up paying more to get back in daniel hoffman thanks so much.
"foreign ministry" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The state department is messing around the state department i think this week went on record opposing the decision of ban alexei is it novel knees alleyoop lob sure guy who's running the against her as rosy still breathing he's rodriguez putin the russians have while aired him ineligible to run as though the state department has said the russians are cracking down against independent voices that's unacceptable and so anyway the last guy that tried to run against putin got mysteriously ticket out of here yeah and so the city of washington dc the side during the streak that surrounds the russian embassy after that guy that putin had rarely off yeah oh how much violence that i didn't know that that's that's all night also the russians have accused the us this week of violating an arms control free by green to supply eighty missile systems to the japanese foreign ministry spokesperson said the deal with japan is part of a bigger plan by the us for a global indy missile system that will take us out japan's cabinet approved the plan to buy a couple of us field ages missile systems they are concerned obviously is north korea they wanna protect themselves from that knuckle head and so the russians don't like it so well at onto that that the chinese just got caught redhanded giving you oil onto the north koreans share of course and it's a drag violation of the un sanctions nobody can figure out why it is that the chinese still are playing games of this guy he's dangerous for everybody he's bad for business if this some kind of display on our part of anger aimed at north korea's not gonna be any good for china to give is not dealt with the governor is that it must china's must sit there and just go watch this will still be flown let's let's them with the america once again right it's a hedge against american hegemony the but you see georgia to understand is that the way richie thinks he thinks everybody is the same as he is and that that's the way he likes to stirred up he's the grenade thrown made me who me now i would never the new garage not notice of the eu a died so anyway the russians when else joe went other observations of the russians the chinese who do we have to worry about or leedle and.
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"I don't know a few hundred dollars a night or a luxury ram for the hear about five different grades and and so i too i said now we won four bottom basement you know the cheapest round and then they let us to these completely luxurious remedies which clearly had been already prepared for us so it was obvious that would ever price we ever you we we were to get the same rims perhaps because he had been bugged all right that's the funny part let's talk about the series part which is your conversation they are they the i think they invited you this is my interpretation so that you could return with the message that bear ready for nuclear war it's a weird sort of use of the new york times but that's what i take away from it an unapologetic about everything yeah well i mean i think that um to my sense was at the foreign ministry is concerned about what lies ahead and is trying to engage american and the end one message at once you get is that local you're not going to give up our nuclear weapons that at the world is gonna have to accept us the way it accepted parkistan or israel or other countries and but it also seemed to me that while that of foreign ministry's outrage that other parts of north korea or not fully behind this outreach and that that was one reason for this tension that i felt in kellyanne they were wanted to communicate to you they they call president trump a thug uh they they it's just a a laundry list of assaults that i'm used to on cable news but i'm not used to from the representatives of a sovereign government with nuclear weapons that is disturbing and personal isn't it yeah and and i kept it you know they kept complaining to me a about president trump's rhetoric about north korea and i agree that that is unhelpful but i was also saying that.
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"We're getting nothing done my friends were getting nothing john republican senator john mccain got an ovation returning after a brain cancer diagnosis delivering a key vote to allow debate starts but now the hard part begins actually passing a bill that dismantles obamacare and replaces it which is already proving difficult as a senate voted fifty seven forty three to block majority leader mitch mcconnell's wide ranging amendment that included language from senator ted cruz letting ensures sell cut rate policies and adding a hundred billion to compensate for medicare aid cuts fox's griff jenkins all democrats oppose these attempts sing republicans will make health insurance worse it's time for democrats to stop resisting president trump rallying supporters youngstown ohio last night high mirror this evening to cut through the fake news smelter and this week straight through the the american people he did not bring up jeff sessions earlier in the day the president called the attorney general very weak but refused to save you'd firerams still upset sessions recused himself from the russia investigation the house passed a bill to put new sanctions on russia nearly unanimously but we'll president trump sign it the white house is concerned the legislation curtails is bit it will be delivered or suspend those sanctions russia objects fox's simon owen live in our european bureau a day russia saying additional sanctions would hurt efforts to rebuild relations with the us a senior diplomat the deputy foreign ministry moscow telling apologised this would take relations into uncharted bulletins you'll save says retaliate treat measures would follow that might include expelling some american nationals posted to russia as diplomats the queues by rusher of being spies summoned former trump campaign chairman paul manafort will not testify before the senate judiciary could you answers views now here's a look at the stories we're following democrat cabin canada offer manchester will be the next state senator from district sixteen cavanaugh one the special election yesterday to replace senator scott macgill ray who died in march unofficial totals from the union leader abc cavanaugh beating republican challenger david bhuttan bombers state senator himself by about a 10point margin state officials can't seem to find anyone to work at a new women's president cocker the.
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"Hisdonaldtrump official account he pitched on the affair twopotus president of the unitedstates twitter account so it's there for we want to he forever more mrtrump'shomelandsecurityadviseri did defend the video when he was showing it during an interview on abcnews he said that new way would perceive it as a threat i hope they don't lure baker in washingtona suicide carbomb house exploded in the heart of the syrian capital damascus the syrian foreign ministry has said 20 people were killed on komodetails from our arab affairs editor sebastian after the suicide bomb boot did gorth was a big one the devastation caused mrs an area just north of the old city in damascusyou see blownout windows even balconies collapsing nearby blacken vehicles rubble on the road i mean what the syrian authorities essay is it could have been worse because version of what happened is it there were two other suicide carbomb on vehicles of it they were intercepted before they could reach that target blown up a along the airport road now it's a carbomb attack is this a pattern we've seen before in damascuswe have had times when damascus has had carbombs it has had suicide bomb attacks the last time recently was back in marchthere were a couple of major incidents one claim by vietnamiq stay group one claim by another g hardest faction what damascus had suffered for a long time was the shelling coming from rebel areas that were under constant bombardment from the government in from russian planes most of us have now been cleared so there isn't the danger from there but of course as islamicstate group loses territory idle also other rebel factions do as well one is expecting to see them revert to the tactics obc we see next door in iraq for years before islamicstate suddenly emerged and took the territory that had it was launching almost daily bomb attacks in baghdad in other cities to terrorise the population since the start of the war the majority of damascus has been under the control of bashar al assadthe president.
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"Us next year was brand new book he'll explained beginning at nine thirty seven here on wpro us in the news illan i house democrats will roll out their budget plan today's republicans we'll be looking at that and they'll be figuring out if they can have some kind of compromise to end the budget standoff in springfield which has been going on now for over two years the pentagon says the us is seen chemical weapons activity atacir syrian air base that was used for an april searing gas attack the pentagon says activity at the base indicates active preparations for chemical weapons use the white house is warning that syrian president assad and his military would pay a heavy price for another chemical weapons attack the republican health care bill appears to be on life support in the us senate congress is nonpartisan budget referee the congressional budget office says the bill even though it would cut the deficit would leave twenty two million americans without health insurance in twenty twenty six compared to obama a care and now disgruntled centrist in conservative republican senators are forcing senate majority leader mitch mcconnell to scramble to try to rescue the bank the measure before debate even begins at least two republican senators have said that they would oppose even bringing it to the senate floor for debate but just a few minutes ago paul ryan the speaker of the house said don't bet against mitch mcconnell's ability to get legislation passed we have heard a lot about serb j sergei kislyak the controversial russian ambassador to the us now he is leaving his post the russian foreign ministry says that kislyak is going to return to russia but the spokeswoman as saying that this was expected and it's got nothing to do with kislyak possible connections to the trump white house the european union is slapping google with a record two point seven billion dollar antitrust fine this is the latest broadside fired at big american tech companies the european commission found that google denied customers a.
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"From npr news i'm michael martin and i'm steve inskeep a carbomb exploded this morning in the heart of afghanistan's capital kabul the blast happened during rushhour the casualties were still being counted but number in the dozens killed and hundreds more wounded and let's talk about this with journalist jennifer glass who's on the line from kabul jennifer christie would you describe the area in which this explosion took place it's a very maine road in the center of kabul in the heart of the diplomatic districts of the german embassy is just across the street i the turkish embassy not far away the indian embassy a whole number whole host of of of embassies in that area but that being said well those embassies are heavily fortified the road is a very busy wanted to main thoroughfare it runs from the foreign ministry down all the way toward the american embassy and it is maine road is not just on on one side is called the green zone this where hide last whilst protect these embassy and other government compounds but on the other side of the road are regular afghan businesses and major cell from the offices of a major cell phone company here a popular television station hotel not far away mostly all of the windows their blown out many of the buildings very heavily damaged including the german embassy which is behind those blast wealth that's how big the blast was is it possible to say what the target was among all those possible targets you just mentioned it's unclear whether the target was for example the television station we've seen the taleban target journalists recently it's it's it's unclear whether it was one of the embassies or whether simply this water truck which is what we understand it was a blew up where it could because it it's all checkpoints are further ahead there are a lot of police along that road i because there it also veers off to the presidential palace as well so it's it's unclear what the target was that whoever sendingoff.
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"Of kabul causing casualties and sending a huge plume of smoke over the afghan capital at least fifty people may have been killed or wounded in what officials said was a suicide carbombing no group immediately claimed responsibility for the blast but both the taliban and the islamic state group have staged largescale attacks in the afghan capital in the past details on the blast were sketchy and naji danish deputy spokesman for the interior ministry did not have a breakdown of the casualties the explosion occurred at the peak of kabul's rushhour when roads are packed with worktime time commuters the neighborhood is considered couples safest area with foreign embassies protected by dozens of 10foothigh blast walls and government offices guarded by police and national security forces the german embassy the foreign ministry and the presidential palace are all in the area is milko osce spokesman for the public health ministry confirmed that so far more than sixty wounded in the explosion were admitted to different kabul hospitals dealers said the blast was so heavy that more than thirty vehicles were either destroyed or damaged at the site of the attack we don't know at this moment what was the target of the attack but most of the casualties are civilians said danish windows were shattered and shops restaurants and other buildings up to accommodate from the blast site there are a large number of casualties but i don't know how many people are killed or wounded said it i witness at the site last month the afghan taliban announced the beginning of their spring offensive promising to build their political base in the country wealth focusing military assaults on the international coalition and afghan security forces us and afghan forces have been battling the taliban insurgency for more than fifteen years the united states now has more than eight thousand troops in afghanistan training local forces in conducting counterterrorism operations in the past year they have largely concentrated on forging a surge of attacks by the taliban who have captured the key districts such as helmand province which us and british troops had but bitterly to return to the government you're listening to america's morning news where the nation's news breaks morning.