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"francophones" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"francophones" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Quebec's premier made a rare pandemic trip to Montreal today. The city has become a global Cova. Nineteen hotspot and Francois go was visiting one day. After blaming a reporter for local fears about the virus. Opole suggested that Montrealers whose mother tongue not French might be more concerned than francophones about the corona virus on Wednesday Premier League. Oh was asked to explain. He said this I think The journalists you have a responsibility. I like to read Certain journalists of together that the specialist and helped sometime I really disagree with him It's a question of information so I'm trying to do my best in French and in English so I don't see why the result is not the same for francophones at anglophones. I guess he be guess it as a certain responsibility. That was Quebec. Premier Francois go on Wednesday. Aaron d'urville is that health reporter for the Montreal. Gazette we reached him in Montreal. And what's called up by your premier like that? Well I was quite surprised. It was embarrassing. you know in the context of a live news conference that I was watching. I didn't expect that at all. And of course the subject matter is concerning whether people are are made of getting in nineteen precise say but this is not a language issue. It has nothing to do with that. It's a public health issue of paramount importance and people are dying in Montreal and We have thousands of people sick with Kelvin nineteen. Our hospitals are overwhelmed. A long term care centers also overwhelmed so I kinda understand. That comment came out of left. Field and I I would hope that we can move past it actually. The question was concerning this poll. This leget poll that showed that whereas fewer than half of Francophones in Quebec are afraid of getting covert nineteen. It's much much higher for anglophones in fact in Montreal it's it's more than seventy percent fear that they might get it or fate of getting it. If that question was posed to you how how you answer that difference. Well I think that a number of showers when you drill down into that pole there were more on Montrose. Who Know or knew someone who had covert ninety nine who died from nineteen then then perhaps some of the Franck phones who took part in that Web Survey. I live in in in Digi. Which is a borough. That's been hard hit by this so I have been concerned. I try to stay objective as a journalist but I'm also in the thick of it and do you think that consumers of news in anglophone community are getting different reporting than those who are following the French media. I I don't think so. I think that Francophone news media has been quite critical of the government's response to the pandemic. Don't change. I think you'll recall after the The tragedy at the Herron that nursing home there was a masters. I was one of the reporters who broke that story. And prior to that story there was this feeling of solidarity and be Premera was was justifiably praised for his His approach but then after that story lots of doing start to ask questions. So I of explain why Why the premier decided to to make this a linguistic issue for me. As a journalist. You know my overriding concern has been What's happening? Where's the pandemic moving in Montreal? Initially it was. It was concentrated in the anglophone Part of the city in the west end and and since moved to Montreal north which whether whether wait members of immigrants of the Haitian absent asylum-seekers and I've also asked these questions about the government's response workers properly equipped in the pressures on the Ers at one point the The you know. The hospitals were so overwhelmed here that they were sending patients off island. These are all legitimate questions and so I. I've been doing what I've always been doing and I guess I you my coverage Touched a raw nerve. You had a piece today. You compared Montreal's Long-term Care Homes where you've had as you as other parts of county had the largest number of these outbreaks you compared it to the notorious cruise ship the diamond princess. What Could Quebec have done to prevent things from getting out of hand in Montreal? I think that Clearly there was a systemic problem that existed for years before the pandemic and that is that our long-term care centers have been understaffed. But I do think that The mistakes were made There were these Orderlies who going from one institution to another they were probably carrying the virus and didn't realize it and so they were infecting these elderly residents from one station to the next one point promised to test everyone residents and staff of the long term care centers. This was on April eight ten days later. The health minister said that This couldn't be done and now the latest the government is is ramping up the testing able to this this. This is the question About a lack of resources of wraps institutional inertia what I also found Very bizarre is that at one point. The Canadian Red Cross Field Hospital in hockey. You know of all places in Lasalle it was intended for the overflow patients from the SLD's the long long-term care centers and that raises also question. Why could they have not done this earlier? In the pandemic to limit the spread of the corona virus said so it savior reporting it. You put out and so it's just a good take this back then to the polls because we also know one other polls that premier the go who's criticizing you. He has extremely high support in the very very high poll numbers. Is it possible that people in Montreal and Anglophone Community in particular the elephants don't have as much confidence in Mr Goal as effective on Stu? Dr Is true there there has been the suspicion You know this goes back to decisions that the government is taken for example to close English language school boards and then there was the government's decision to prohibit the wearing of He Jabs etc. That was controversial. That station were not popular in Mantra. The mayor of Montreal Valley pump was against that legislation. But even now the latest polls are showing that although pima that go still enjoys widespread popular off the island of Montreal. That popularity is beginning to even among francophones. In light of the way he's His government has handled the on. All right we will leave it there Erin and And we will be following the story in combat. Appreciate speaking with you tonight. Thank you thank you bye Erin. Derval is a health reporter at the Montreal Gazette. He's in Montreal. And you can find more on that story on our website. Cbc DOT CA Slash Aih.

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Crack the Code 2020 Clue #5

Voice in Canada

01:44 min | 8 months ago

Crack the Code 2020 Clue #5

"Hey there well here we are day number five of crack the code as as of today. Well we're halfway through the contest. I hope you've managed to pick up all the clues and pick up your little tidbits of what the final code is you can check them out at A. L. E. X. A in Canada dot ca slash. Crack the code. If you are missing any of them now today let's talk about Voice Market Data Ada A.. Really WanNa thank Dr Simon Landry. Who came on the podcast back in episode number one zero five? We had a really interesting discussion about the work that he's doing In capturing a lot of the data around voice technology and around a what the trends are as part of the discussion. I was really pleased and very excited to highlight the fact that he is a Canadian after all he was participating in the X. in Canada podcast and he said that yes he identifies as a Canadian but he also identifies as another particular group and it was really great to him. Speak about that. He's all about empowering francophones in minority resituate and in particular one group has a special place in his heart. I thought this was such a nice thing that well if you can figure out what that group of people Liz then you know the answer to the riddle for today have a chat with the practical skill once you figure out what that group but the name of that group is and and Then you will have your fifth piece of the Puzzle Tomorrow Give You. A little preview is a very special day in crack that code because in addition to the riddle there might be something extra that you can win little hint hint for you all right talk to you then. Five closer out there. Have you found

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Celebrating the power and potential of volunteerism

UN News

05:24 min | 10 months ago

Celebrating the power and potential of volunteerism

"Opens doors and impact peace and development throughout local communities as well as on a national and global level according to the chief of U. N. system affairs and the New York Office of U. N. volunteers. UNLV now dreary said in an interview with you a news ahead of International Volunteer Day. She knows her way around the UN system having previously served with UN women and the UN Development Program UNDP in Iraq Yemen. Another hot spots seeing first hand. The difference volunteering can make moves dreary began by telling Lewis Kathy. What the U. N.. Volunteers program is all about the U. N. V. Program is the UN organization that promotes volunteerism to support peace and development worldwide. You envy is one of the first common services of UN system every year about more than six thousand five hundred volunteers including about tousands. Volunteers contributes to the effective delivery of the peace and development interventions of the United Nations system. Actually this year in November we have reached a number of eight thousand U. N. volunteers who are serving worldwide the United Nations system. Many people think the U. N.. Volunteers are mainly youth. Is that true. Not that's all actually the average Asia. Few and volunteers is thirty five years old. The total number lot of the youth volunteers yearly is about a thousand out of six thousand. Five hundred or seven thousand for instance. I can give you the figure for two thousand eighteen. We had only twenty five percent of the volunteers were under Asia to one thousand nine and two you need to speak languages to be a UN volunteer or it's Sir great asset to have the languages the more you on languages. Have you have the more possibilities of serving the UN system all over the world so definitely. English is a master. And then you. If you're going to be serving in Africa in Francophone Africa. Then you need the French. If you're going to be in Latin America then yes Spanish so yes languages rate asset to have. What kind of activities do you want. Volunteers do all kinds of activities. We are partnering with more than forty entities all over the world and it's more than a hundred profiles and fields that the UN volunteers are serving actually worldwide involved peace and in development and when you join to be a UN volunteer. Do you request what area. You would like to work in it. Definitely when you put your profile in the system you will put as well the area of your expertise and then when you're selected. It is based on the area the of expertise that you have long. Have you been in this post in September. Actually that I have taken the position I came in in August but then I took some time and yeah so effectively I would say in September and and before that before that I was also would United Nation volunteer but in Bonn I was had in the human resources section section if I was there for four years and before that I was with you when women and before you women United Nation Development Programme with U. N. D. C.. You were never actually a UN. Oh and volunteer yourself. No I have not served as you and volunteers but I have seen the UN volunteers in action in the field. All over in and when I was in Liberia when I was in at work when I was in Yemen it is actually the UN volunteers who are doing a lot of contribution a lot of the work of the you went system so I have seen it firsthand definitely. What is International Volunteer Day. Oh yes the International Volunteer Day. Fifth of December it is the international observance day was mandated by General. Assembly in nineteen eighty. Five these actually offers an opportunity for volunteers and end volunteer involvement organizations to promote volunteerism to share the values of volunteerism and contributing that they make to their communities. It is it is a day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteerism. And also we coordinate and we promote the issue year building on the impacts that the volunteers make in their communities nationally and globally for peace and development. The focus of five five. This year is not only celebrate volunteerism in all its facets but also to highlight the role that volunteer volunteerism play a to strengthen solidarity and inclusion. This year's theme is volunteer for an inclusive future. Yes how relevant is inclusiveness in the work of UN volunteers regarding the sustainable development goals volunteering provides opportunity for people particularly those often excluded excluded to concretely impact their own lives and play a constructive role in their communities by volunteering. Their time and skills through volunteerism arisen communities around the word often experience strengthened solidarity an inclusion. And that is why this year. DVD Two thousand nineteen we. We have chosen. The theme volunteer for includes a future to highlight is digi ten and the pursuit

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Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

The Economist: The Intelligence

09:42 min | 11 months ago

Language barrier: Cameroons forgotten conflict

"Not so long ago. Cameroon was a stable country in a fragile region. Today it's anything but for the past three years of bloody conflict. Raging separatist militias want independence for the English speaking areas of the mainly Francophone Country Poor governance silence. trigger-happy forces are burning down villages while the militias are becoming increasingly violent. Thousands have died in the unrest. More than half a million have been forced from their homes. I spent a week travelling in the anglophone the phone regions where the effects of the war are clear for everyone to see John. McDermott is our Africa correspondent in village after village that I drove through I saw fields feels that grown wild houses that are being burned down and several buildings are just been pot marked with bullets. The conflict was inescapable. The origins of the conflict go back at least a century after the first World War the former German colony of Cameroon was split up between Britain and France and then when those parts became independent in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine hundred and sixty one. They were spliced together to make modern day Cameroon and now the country is officially by lingual with roughly twenty percent of people speaking English and eighty percent of people speaking French but the English speakers claim. Decades of marginalization is Asian by the central government and year upon year. They've been promised more devolution to their regions but those promises have been repeatedly broken and so why did those attention start to increase three years ago. Those tensions had been bubbling for some time but towards the tail end of two thousand sixteen lawyers and teachers hit the streets protesting against the imposition of Francophone Systems and in response to those peaceful protests. The government hit back hard intern a year later. Some of the more extreme anglophones who are separatists I want independence they proclaimed the independent state of Amazonia Zonja which is named after the embassy in the southwest of the country and once more this led to another escalation this time violent international NGOs. Joe Think there's been at least three thousand people killed and perhaps several times more than not and so who's responsible for that. Violence is security. Forces is the a separatist themselves so neither are covering themselves in glory. Both separatist militias and security forces have committed atrocities. But there's also no doubt that the Cameroonian military is behind most of the bloodshed local. Ngo in Boya. The main city in the southwest region estimates that more than two hundred and twenty villages across the anglophone the phone region have been burned by Cameroonian military and you met some of the people who have been affected by that violence. Yes I met lots of people who'd been affected one man I met was called who had to flee his village of economic because of just a torrent of shootings and burnings by the military. He said he could recall literally hundreds of incidents where soldiers had fired at his fellow villagers story when a military gum Strauss. His immovable from galaxy censured was and in a when. You're hearing these stories. You can stop a why. Why are they doing this and for him? It just seemed like there was no questions asked us behind the soldiers they were just firing will do your neighbor in this to these two other people. I really cannot tell you. I really don't tell you because does does the systems municipal new way on Shugden. I do and you say the the army is responsible for most of the violence. But not all I mean well. What are the separatists doing so the separatists have mostly been attacking military and the military installations? But they've also also been attacking people on their own side who are deemed to be collaborators. With the State one woman I met Adeline worked for a state run company and call you you coming in Development Corporation which runs a series of plantations in the region and she described how one day she was accosted by about twenty of these militia men who attacked her tied to a tree stuff leaves her mouth is the diagnosed with autism or last about twitter witter and then chopped off a finger again. You ask them why they're doing this and her crime little as it might seem to us was to work for this state. Run Company and US was deemed a collaborator. If you have anything to do with the Francophone Central Government. You're into on this side. I mean that must have knock on effects for for the way. The country runs for the economy's for society. The economy is collapsing. The anglophone regions contribute about fifth of the country's GDP and the main in company is that plantation CD and since the attacks began a couple of years ago workers essentially stopped. Revenue is down ninety percent. MM sold a single banana when I went down to their headquarters in a tank with a the general manager and all his staff just seem completely full on these because because they had also been receiving lots of death. Threats phoned the separatists so I said you know how you how you dealing with this posed any side and he looked at me and I said I pray more or less and so in essence people are are simply afraid to to go about business as usual. Yes there's widespread terror amongst the population and it's especially acute amongst parents. Almost ninety percent of children and the anglophone regions have not gone to school for three years. This is partly because of forced displacements by the military but it's also because the separatists see schools as arms terms of the state. Now there are some incredibly brave educators who have set up ad hoc classrooms and buildings these displaced children again. It's not entirely entirely safe. I asked one of the teachers at the school. I visited Baya. How do you ensure the security of these children John and frankly she admitted you can never be one hundred percent safe award yet? If we knew in fact she said that there were often threats of kidnapping which has become increasingly common as separatists. Either seek to impose their will or frankly sometimes just seek to get extra money out of the population. So what about the people who aren't directly involved in the conflict in the anglophone region. How do they view the constant cycle of violence? It's hard to do polling in a war zone but when the violence began it seemed like there was a surge in support for the separatists who reviewed viewed as helping keeping local safe but as time has gone on and you find things like the sabotage of education opinion may be in slightly shifting against them. I interviewed a professor at the University of Boya Guy called Garner some of the inflicted on a community. Ah Ah change attitudes. And he said that loyalty to the separatists is indeed dwindling. No longer call him voice. Call them booze boys he he also told me that in what most anglophones want isn't necessarily independence they want more autonomy Habsi federal Cameroon's not a safe arenas we're waiting for it is. It is anglophone vessels from before but he was very keen to stress that the anglophones have grievances but there were the central government not the french-speaking compatriots. Do you think a kind of reduced appetite amongst the Anglophones Ford. This conflict will have any effect on it. I mean how do you see. The situation playing out at the moment went to win. A bit of a stalemate because the separatist militias take the towns and the Cameron Army camp take the Bush normally calls for a political solution. Cameroon lean governed as it is by president. Paul Biya who has been on the proverbial thrown for thirty seven years is prone to move slowly in September. He announced a national dialogue but it was a total sham. Some of the key people weren't invited and it wasn't really even about the anglophone crisis so what you have then is. Is this political process. That's going far too slowly also because the rest of the world doesn't take much notice it's an underfunded under reported crisis and the bulk of people are just stuck in the middle of these two warring sides. Many people just want to get on with their lives in peace and sadly that's only possible in a few safe places such as the very very center boyer one evening I was there in the center. I was waiting for the Bishop of the time. And I caught one of those few glimpses of normality through the open windows of the church. I watched a choir including many members been asked fled their homes from other parts of the region and they were they were practising their songs for me. It was just a little reminder that in the midst of all this violence and chaos there is an everyday urge. Just keep one can occasionally manifest itself in rather beautiful ways. John Thank you very much for your time. Thank you

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Explainer 173: Will west Africa finally get its single currency?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 173: Will west Africa finally get its single currency?

"Much of europe is now twenty years give or take into an experiment in currency union across different and indeed those countries eleven you nations formally adopted the euro on new year's day in nineteen ninety nine and we're joined by grace two years later they europe is our morning if your morning if these our future be first euro coins and by notes will shoot you off the bat today nineteen used twenty eight countries used the euro as to costa vote in montenegro outside it do so the nations of west africa have coin base to draw upon is the result to take similar plunge we are by now familiar with upsides ease of travel and cross border columbus the removal of the fear the particular countries difficulties might run it's currency unattractive even useless we also greece specially will understand the downsides inability to unilaterally adjust interest or exchange rates money supply in response to economic turbulence fifteen west african countries have decided the advantages outweigh the drawbacks unplanned to crack home with currency union next year these new units will go by disappointingly prosaic name of the echo an abbreviation of echo walls be acronym representing the economic community of west african states from a purely aesthetic endel romantic perspective this means sadly that's such evocative currencies as cake the as cuter the gambia is the laci nigeria's niagara on guns saturday will be consigned to collect the capital of being echoed might appear mealy an extension of an already extant idea eight francophone west african african countries have been using these same currency for decades be west african frank underpinned by the treasury of france and now pay to euro it is however rob the more complicated than that negotiation towards the echo or something of the sort have been stumbling alone fumbles in thirty years it was first supposed to launch in two thousand and three and then again in two thousand and five two thousand and ten and two thousand and fourteen and it is not just for the dictates the debate against it actually happening in two thousand and twenty might prove insured investment difficulty is the country's hoping to join me echo will have to meet some exacting targets including but not limited to annual inflation on the ten percent budget deficit under three percent external reserves worth more than three months of imports by some some reckonings only look beria meets all the conditions and that's according to figures from three years ago which might not presently tell us much libby areas inflation three years ago was roughly eight percent balloons lost year paused twenty eight percent none of the country's met all this offer interior however the average got some of these zone improved doing here on wbz is even if as has been suggested it is not necessary for old perspective members to join me echoed once you already here is the once it's up and running countries joined when they qualify as has a could euro there are still those with reservations some echo walls members specifically all of them except geria what reason unified fired currency will further entrenched regional economic dominance of nigeria making kind of germany off the set up indeed even more so nigeria accounts fully twothirds of west africa gdp it is argued in other cultures west africa has all the problems but it needs to seoul before embarks on such grand utopian visions as he's single currency like v toll roads impenetrable bureaucracy and divisive corruption the moving goods even within one country i mean massive unavoidable headache also far from clear the country's which usually west african frank a team to give it up these people uncomfortable currency has lately in courage considerable the dribble investment in the likes of send the goal unquote devolved and those those countries may be reluctant to say this out loud letting the undeniable competitive advantage over their fellow west african nations hoping to join in echoed in the economic arguments for the echo might be rickety v idea has another powerful appeal but this would be an african currency circulated under ministration by africans and detached from any

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"francophones" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Threat, New York's Lincoln center has also been evacuated CBS's Peter King is in Florida. Where police in sunrise confirm a suspicious package was delivered to the same building. Where a high profile lawmaker has an office congresswoman and former democratic national chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz received one of the suspicious packages. Police have now surrounded the building where her offices are located six people work their Associated Press quotes, one source of saying that her return address was on what are the other packages? There was accepted law enforcement officials say the packages sent to CNN and Hillary Clinton are similar to one sent to billionaire George Soros home on Monday, CBS, news, senior national security analyst francophones, this does not sound like it was his sophisticated or experienced bombmaker. Unfortunately, a lot of this information that the internet is publicly available and as one one explosives experts said to me look with a high school chemistry capability and the internet. You can make a crude device sim Singh. Ville South Carolina is a buzz with talk of the one point five billion dollar mega millions. We don't know who it is. But lottery officials say someone bought the single winning ticket at the K C mart convenience store there. This woman works nearby, Danny Smith's, Fillon and fix in. Where calls have been coming in trying to guess where might be and asking for things like asking if the winter could fix. I rode says the government can't six hundred twenty million dollar pot is up for grabs in tonight's Powerball in Riyadh. We will prove to the world that the two governments are cooperating to see that all perpetrators are taken to court and Justice will be seen the end Saudi Arabia's crown prince through an interpreter saying his country is teaming up with Turkey to get to the bottom of the murder of Jamal kashogi, but she calls a heinous crime. That can't be justified. The Dow is down sixty two points. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..

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"francophones" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Off and the entire staff of the network was told to evacuate the whole building itself. The Time Warner center, which includes an indoor shopping mall. We're told was evacuated. Several dozen uniformed police are in the middle of this block of fifty street. Trying to control the scene and canine dogs have been marching up and down checking the parked vehicles here on fifty eighth street to see if they pose a threat, New York's Lincoln center has also been evacuated CBS's Peter King is in Florida where police in sunrise, confirm. A suspicious package was delivered to the same building. Where a high profile lawmaker has an office congresswoman and former democratic national chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz received one of the suspicious packages. Police have now surrounded the building where her offices are located six people work there. The Associated Press quotes one source of saying that her return address was on what are the other packages? That was intercepted law enforcement officials say the packages sent to CNN and Hillary Clinton are similar to one sent to billionaire George Soros home on Monday, CBS, news, senior national security analyst francophones, this does not sound like it, Mississippi fisticuffs, experienced bombmaker, unfortunately, a lot of this information with the internet is publicly available and as one one explosives experts said to me look with a high school chemistry capability and the internet. You can make a crude device Simpson. Ville South Carolina is a buzz with talk of the one point five billion dollar mega millions winner. We don't know who it is. But lottery. Officials say someone bought the single winning ticket at the Casey Martin convenience store there. This woman works nearby, Danny Smith's Fillon and fixing where calls have been coming in trying to guess where might be and asking for things like asking if the winner could fix our road says the government can't a six hundred twenty million dollar pot is up for grabs in tonight's Powerball in Riyadh. We will prove to the world that the two governments are cooperating to see that all perpetrators are taken to court and Justice will be seen the end Saudi Arabia's crown prince through an interpreter saying his country is teaming up with Turkey to get to the bottom of the murder of Jamal kashogi, but she calls a heinous crime. That can't be justified. The Dow is down sixty two points. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Steiner.

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"francophones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Safe, all dot com. Push for answers from Saudi Arabia fractions of being disgusting. Washington. Tributes for a tech pioneer, helping Microsoft get to the place of prominence of the computing world. How much is that drug? You ads would have to show prices. This is the CBS world. News roundup presented by ZipRecruiter. Good morning. I'm Steve Kafe and secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Saudi Arabia meeting with members of the country's Royal family. They had been targets of criticism from a journalist who's been missing for two weeks. The State Department says he expressed concern over the disappearance. Foreign correspondent Holly Williams says the contributor to the Washington Post was last seen heading into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Tel CBS news that Saudi leaders are preparing to admit to the accidental killing of Jamal has shown t despite denying that they had harmed team or even knew of his whereabouts after his disappearance Turkey's, president Reggio type one said today that investigators are looking into toxic materials here at the Saudi consulate and we'll also be given access to the Saudi consul-general residents. I'm Stephen Portnoy live at the White House. President. Trump spoke yesterday with the Saudi King the presidents have just a bit over the course of their conversation King Solomon floated an alternative theory of cash hoagies disappearance. It sounds to me like. Rogue killers, the evolving, explanations in the wake of the kingdom's past the Niles of any involvement, raise new and troubling questions. CBS news national security consultant francophones, and if you say you authorized, even if it's not the king, right? And the king was not part of this. If the crown prince authorized the interrogation and potential snatch you then look at who are these people who are on this fifteen maintain one of whom are alleged to have been a forensics autopsy expert, and that's a problem. What was he doing their Turkish officials allege that autopsy expert traveled to estan bull with a bone saw Steve? Well, President Trump got a look at some of the hurricane damage in the Florida panhandle via franca, I'm a scramble to help people who lost so much the relief effort now involves more than four thousand national guardsmen and seventeen.

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Separatists hit Cameroon defense minister's convoy, 10 dead

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Separatists hit Cameroon defense minister's convoy, 10 dead

"State radio and cameroon's has rebels have ambushed a convoy was carrying the country's defense minister while as the army chief of staff state radio several of the attackers were killed that believed to have been angered separatists for soldiers in journalists to report a tooth being injured they've been months of violence in english speaking regions of cameroon step participating an independent state of arizona they say them marginalized by the francophone majority news of the ambush on the defense minister's convoy came as the eighty five year old president pupia announced he would stand for a seventh terminal face in this year's election but bbc's mary harper disgraced former pakistani prime minister sharif will be bush away by helicopter of the federal capital of islamabad when he returns.

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"francophones" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Here & Now

"Speakers for example feels marginalized in cameroon if you look the recent entrance into the medical college income road the two english universities of boya and bam and middle have department they don't do in in these universities so if you want to start the famous you have to go to the other universities which have predominantly french so it makes it difficult for the phones for this hour cameroonians to be able to talk the successfully in that university and in most of the professional schools the language of instructions in the provisionals is french anglophone would have to trouble these many if you come to the services of the english became part of the country you have offices you have judges abstract of wouldn't understand english language navy not surprising because eighty percent of the speaks french and only twenty percent speaks english i mean yeah no i understand the fact that the francophones had majority but when does this to people came together you know they came to get out the tiny that there would be mutual respect planning that during the west come rune this we had to prime minister we have pika department i'm not saying that we should have the same about me stats like no because now we are looking at the population we're looking at the fact that these were two people that came to get right the saudi income and is common so if a president is from is coming through the next in command should be thrown west of saudi cover so do you think that one possible solution to this is that you just form an independent state for the anglophones what you see it could be a we have three different groupings in.

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"francophones" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on KQED Radio

"French president emmanuel macron has launched ambitious plan to turn french into the world's top language especially in africa which is home to the majority of francophones speakers he outlined his strategy and a keynote speech that coincided with world francophone each day but while some francophiles applauded the initiative that earmarks hundreds of millions of euros to promote french in the arts business and an international forums critics especially african ones say the plan smacks of neocolonialism french is doing just fine they say with any meddling from france lisa brian's has the story from paris the annual paris book fair is one good way to check out how the french language is faring these days alongside the latest harvest of novels nonfiction works from france there are stance dedicated to russian canadian and african authors reflecting just how far the language of moliere and russo has traveled and changed french author and teacher non savell is not surprised there is something magical about french the beauty of the the the way you can mix up words play with words and all the images that you can create with words in a sentence and when you when you read poetry or novels you have beautiful beautiful sentences created by writers and there is also some music to the language president emmanuel my call agrees speaking at the seventeenth century academy hall says this week he outlined a crusade to return french to its glory days when it was once the premier language of diplomacy an art noga dicamba in non kice onto laco said french is a language of motion and combat language of exile and wounds he announced plans to double the number of students at french schools overseas and the number of foreign students in france he wants refugees here to spend more time studying french anti wants to set up a socalled francophone e laboratory in an ancient chateau outside the capitol where a sixteenth century edict was signed making french francis official language huckaphony dwarf longer could you voted michael also said french no longer belongs to france alone and it must also recognize in champion other languages including those under threat the.

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"francophones" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"A chuck workers a goal of unionist moody while it would be nice to think everyone could switch fluently between french and english less than twenty percent of canadians can but the latest census shows the number who can has never been higher and the trudeau government announced four hundred million dollars in its budget just last week to support more bilingualism on the other hand more people in canada now have a foreign mothertongue then there are native frenchspeakers in fact and as english grows as the global language of getting anything done anywhere many quebec francophones worry deeply about losing their language and culture and it's why the office came back want the long phone say enforces strict language laws in the province a few years back a sandwich shop in quebec city came under fire for printing the name grilled cheese on its menu for many it's just silly politics a grilledcheese is a grilledcheese said the shop's coowner at the time it's not a sandwich from ocevan zoo pastor is also a no no in quebec that's a talian so you say at least there is the universally recognised hangover snack protein delicious fries cheese kurds and gravy president obama even served smoked duck protein canapes to prime minister trudeau at the white house but as the headline in the new york times said last year calling putin canadian gives some in quebec indigestion it's quebecois notch canadian and quebec ads must be either exclusively in french or if bilingual must have the french portion above the english and in larger letters the same goes for signs outside of shops well speaking of shops quebec's legislature also push through a resolution calling on clerks to stop greeting customers by saying 'bonjour high one of the many weird franglais expressions the politics of franglais have been a favourite topic of multilingual comic and son of a quebec sugar semi he took out an english add in the montreal metro and then censored it himself.

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"francophones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Think so far we social party we had like a scoop us that is basically all uh repeal with a full of sports equipment and were travelling from school to school to organize days if i tvs in schools that are indeed and fulci we've been acting like that uh uh effect on kids and we're working with the governments you like trying to implement eu uh news new policy you project future really tries to uh give access to score keep different activities inside the school environment and well we have most not radio station soon the us but we have a number of dance several in fact in canada so i know they're listening and they're getting a lot out this is well the right to rene tardif is my guest listen i've been attorney back to library and we've got work to do so good to have you on the show the ron thank you very much that was awesome hey pick a coworker you have a great day laurente do rene tardif and i say the most fascinating down the nfl best name the nfl most fascinating man in the nfl and he could very well in fact and i'm not betting against him see i could become a doctor and player at the same time first active nfl hour as a doctor next season potentially a great would be to see that i have an md on the back with uniform greg vestige skies tremendous amini makes me feel like a major slacker i love the whole point though that when the season ends he doesn't want vacation he turns right to medicine accept this season when the seas nanduti he went right to the olympics because that was a bucket list item and he wanted to work getting necess this guy's almost no idle time whatsoever and then the nfl south korea medical school and a big test coming up about this guy at sea f o car nap i wonder how this year for the car nap nation thought about that laurent is destroying the athletes should shut up and play sports narrative at francophones tank tweets this man is a dude he do he's awesome all right out of a touts red ahead bob melvin coming up next hour gotta get into the gym rome rap song which finally dropped nineteen years after these guys lay down the tracks that's coming up next hour two goanywhere you're the juggle i am the of the.

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"francophones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Energy mm uh yeah i dude all puff on that all day you know it's never good when you can hear this like the individual clap gigi near one guy clad not good jakes have two years ago when i was announcing a santa clara high school game a kid came in for mel peters is where number 24 but his name was an on the roster because he was like thirdstring so i started coming up with every number twenty four that was in the perot's tackled by charles woods a gelato neil i'm rod will every every number two willie mays made it tackle that both in the of melt pita's coach you just got a kick out of it said delta o'neal it dealt actually did play a mel mlp's but it was fantastic etiquette has got a kick out of it though in that guy very enthusiastic broadcaster there and it sounds like he's ready to take francophones gig man or a michael buffer or bruce look we can't say michael i know we can't say there's the let's blow liberal god never allowed to say that but bruce buffer he roxie big on the uh on the mma tip but look he's enthusiastic guys obviously preparing for the next gig that he wants to take the next step he's ready to move out of jv hoops and maybe moved to freshman football or something i mean who knows what could be in this guy's future frankel finn watch out berl there's only one thing that comes to my mind when i hear that clip being pow anyway let's move to a champ brawl alya that's why i play the kurds the trivial being a pal congrats only fight only good friend of the program said that the eagles win in the super bowl on sunday was quote the greatest day of my life as well if i don't said muchloved blair okay now let's take it back for this one to two thousand twelve a simpler time lebron was winning championships lamy yeah the things were a little bit different that's also went hair grow side his deal with the deed is over two hundred million dollars per year and sports illustrated went through a team mad at that they could see five years of hit exists ago getting 16 maybe in my licence today sports illustrated i guess for some reason went through his forty page contract and they discovered that on top of the millions of dollars that um adidas spoonfeeding rose there are also giving his older brother reggie.

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"francophones" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on KOMO

"You did caesar evolved here and what is their presence indicate so um there are reports that the the department of justice and the securities and exchange commission through the doj and the fcc are looking to sort of the apple matter and apple has not confirmed that the reports from from bloomberg an apple who said they confirm that they're talking to government agencies but they haven't exactly said which ones um but based on reports from bloomberg uh it seems like you know they're looking at sort of how this uh issue affect investors and also you know sort of how apple presented itself it's that it presented itself honestly apple bid admitted there had been slowing these older phones salary correct they didn't they did peter the and he said they said it's a it's a performance issue not an attempt to get us talk by newfound marker so what consequences could be at stake here for them well and you know i think um it it it's hard to say really with with investigations like this they can go on for a while you we could be looking at that signs or you know um sort of other uh other punishments but i think uh in the in the shortterm really the problem for apple is that you know this is a controversy that clearly touched a nerve with a lot of uh iphone users and it doesn't help at all that you know epa but apple has admitted this and is now being investigated also shorter israel six for users is software update designated thirds older francophones back up to speed so apple has said that they um you know that they're going to allow people to turn off this piece of the software that uh that slowed their phones you know with the caveat that it might hurt your battery and that it should be rolling up to consumers in the spring that's the only kind of tightening and he'll be yoma's with his from the washer dubos known as the government is is now investigating apple what do we know about the worldwide response to this batteries scandal has it have been this vow sell vis much worldwide and so i i would say you know to we we know for sure that you know apple apple which rarely does you know apologize or or to do anything in terms customer randy they said you know we're going.

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"francophones" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

African Tech Round-up

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on African Tech Round-up

"So i hope his tragic by don't look at some frenchspeaking countries in africa where are you from and how did you end up choosing nigeria aside from the obvious the size and and the list the size of the population but how does a francophone individual shoes in englishspeaking part of the world two or in these speaking bottle of africa to operate it's a long story i reject wicket shots initially this company was investment funds i started as an investment fund ariza onemillioneuro to invest in sme is in frenchspeaking countries i was walking in mali burkina and the benin and the i've done that for two years it was a huge failure because one of the entrepreneur invested in stolen money fluid with it and that that we had to investment at that time and ijaz stalled money just disappear just like that we managed to find him with enter and so on and we can officialised at some point that okay guys they something one going in this continent and the what is not going well that you don't know where you can trust i come here invest have good intention i want to create value and that these thick and for me so which is why i shift to do this business walking on bridging trust for us to and then doing whether we wanted them with investment but here's the thing i realise that in nigeria i have one of my truck customer dreamt customer sirri was like okay i like i'm struggling with nigerian companies i know that you've being assisting companies for investment fund you want to do it in nigeria for us and i was like yes but we could use my emitted energy so i decided middle age on the spot was very minimart that and not as complicated certificates and sophisticated as it is right now and that's how we started that's how i ended up in nigeria because someone was needed what i want you to offer the glad i asked the question.

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"francophones" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"So so that's the first opportunity for northern past to get uh were the first stumbling block from northern pass because they've said that if they don't win this massachusetts procurement they'll have to reevaluate as to whether the projects can still happen the second is there's just the state permiting process which will come a month later the decision as to whether the state will allow the project to be built um so so it's really i mean two huge hurdles for the project to get over uh end and whereas in 2011 when this was this was announced i mean new hampshire had just come through these wave elections a end and the new hampshire had a climate action plan masschusetts global warming solutions act it sort of seemed like a perfect time when this thing was announced versus today now it has four competitors end and a very different political landscape to contend with okay so for this series rather than focus on the end point the transmission line itself which has taken up so much of your reporting time you decide to work your way up that line all the way to northern quebec and find the source of the electrons that are planned for that lime this 36 gigawatts of canadian hydropower supplied by hydroquebec is is one of the biggest such resources in the world and it's a great source of pride for french canadians and it was harnessed as a direct result of the racism and impression that francophones felt many decades ago um so explain the origins of this massive pool of hydropower that sitting in waiting to go into the northeastern market yes so the modern innovation of hydroquebec was born in 1962 after a special election a snap election that was called in the province and the sole issue that that this campaign was based on was whether or not to nationalize all of the hydroelectricity.

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"francophones" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on WDRC

"Only good jew is a dead ju today president donald trump announced the us position and it's a solid one jerusalem is the capital and the jewish people have a right to live and if you disagree with that i would be happy to talk to you on this program unfortunately i understand that there are people out there who seem to think as the arabs and the muslims do that the jewish people must be extinguished that their country must be gone uh policy director carry severino's going to join me to talk about her first hand take on the colorado cake base or kate case there was argued before the us supreme court yesterday she was there to watch it if your company was broke do you think your employees would like it if you paid yourself a big bonus one company is doing just that as it stumbles it way through bankruptcy court and so many california kids cannot even read that the state is being sued for their low literacy rates and by the way tonight do me a favor and vote in our twitter poll you'll find itlars larson show on twitter and lars larsoncom on the web is this sudden attempt by democrats to remove al franken and intentional move so that they have a base has to go after judge roy moore if he is elected next tuesday i think that is the case and by the way if you're saying but alfret can is going to resign tomorrow while we don't know that for sure as of tonight as of this hour i'll francophones official position is that he has still not decided whether or not he will announce tomorrow his resignation or announce that he's going to continue to fight the.

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"francophones" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on WLOB

"A bring this up as i was talking about alf francophone gusting person who happens to be united states senator from minnesota new york times political reporter glenn thrush has been suspended this is from uh the rap uh as had been suspended pending the results of an investigation into workplace miss conduct or box published a number of incriminating text messages this is new york times political reporter glenn thrush with these incriminating text messages that detailed what happened to be a failed an unwanted sexual encounter between rush in a 23yearold journalist this guy's fifty the defeat a report also detailed accusations of what wanted groping and kissing from the fifty year old white house correspondent greg by two behaviors ray concerning and not keeping with the standards and values of the new york times we intend to fully investigate while we do glenn will be suspended we support his decision to enter a substance abuse program in the meantime will not be commenting further new york times spokesperson told the rim we're not gonna be discusses any further however however so he walks out the door he's been suspended they've ever seen there's some chaib never seen their shall i went very little television as it is only watch good shows there's something a show on amazon called transparent with jeffrey tam board he just as as a galleys whatever uh all all remember jeffrey tam war he used to be hilarious in the larry sandra show back in the nineties he was hike kingsley the kind of the psychic to the show anyway often breitbart headline jeffrey tambora quits amazon series transparent amid sexual misconduct allegations ectra jiffy tambora has resigned from the amazon television series transparent following accusations of sexual misconduct from two trans gender actor says the seventy three year old confirmed the deadline yesterday he would not return for a fifth season he says quote playing mora furhman ps on transparence been one of the greatest privileges blair biblical quote what has become over the past two weeks however is that this is no longer the job i signed up for four years ago avoiding made clear my deep regret if any action of mine was ever miss interpreted by anyone is being aggressive.

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"francophones" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"The no worries at right now my own i don't fathom like i don't i personally and i'm sure there are women lawyers and a bad place you shouldn't have posted this just push through yeah just released as the master vega get through it man i just i don't know i've never been here is a woman like this desperate for for that most most of the time i don't think you we see a lot of women with these types of videos then from jail holum was worth a thug wanna come movin francophones german you fracking movement key bought me his somebody beat we all know you see the come up today tried out tried out man just try it out and he gave out his address yeah he's a come find me he said homeless jesus the sca but as i as you're black and homeless and out of prison near you bring your friend and frank and white wine is you try it out today right it's like it's like a free trial what's the problem us and try out a pistol me rod out she only us spot there i'll look if a hardcore guys and munich wanted jewish i to deliver a hot sought by trashcan let's talk wow her whereas e where is the end of the line like where is that amine mean blue bearing cut out the address are very doubtful i mean and then framing sale hall thug really crazy i mean emotionally whereas this guy oh yeah he's worse off than i thought actually i i figured this is this is dipping into drugs territory i don't think he just backed up i think he's a.

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"francophones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The developing digital skills it compared perfectly well with the rest of the world bruce startups european across the continent with promising african varied sold silicon valley food kabia nigeria senegal had elsewhere but francophone african countries madagascar bali bshare seemed to be slightly behind the digital development compared to the englishspeaking ones that could be change of however in part thanks to open data so despite the fact that the country is one of the slowest into it serves as in africa but he'll fso has expressed a real commitment to digital progress says one of the francophone countries the government recently launched the burkina data initiative and they sponsored the first open data conference for francophone africa the conference jeffrey crinkle food doughty's event took place recently through the capital ouagadougou our reporters turkey was at the called fruits and she met some of the participants mina amy the fed yankee duckie and from madagascar and i am the founder and president of i against having city for digital innovation mighty you're going to project a project which is very specific which is tracing the consumption of the cia coal ellison spoke hired by plaintiffs kept that come lifeset where we can planned realtime that on so many different topic nuggets harry's is one of the woods outstanding beauty rest yachts thought and it suffers from deforestation even then malic acid people while leaving in the east coast where the remaining forests is located belief that differentiate never disappear and what we are doing now is to try to know the county of truck consumed by population every day we make our investigation face to face weaver taco ciller directly and we ask them khamenei chuck car bags the sale every day and after that we reach high played on defied the weight of each bag and after that we can equal these two conte teeoff trees that are cuts to make the trek so at the end of we know that to the capitol easa catch in this case every day and he hoped that the result will be nath two sons the state of emergency alarm about deforestation in madagascar serbian is one of the.

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"francophones" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"francophones" Discussed on KGO 810

"Storming of the bus pnr gotten tina eighty nine which cold played a major role in you know getting the french revolution underway but it's really a symbolic reminder to uh to the world and to president trump on that the united states you're not always be a protection it closed america first country it entered a wall in 1917 one hundred years ago the first world war and also that i do in the second world war many rebuilding your opted okay so that's one of that sort of symbolic messages menu and my college is trying to convey to the new american credited engaging with the world is important i met you don't wanna be to isolation s cnn contributor and professor french francophones studies and department share of french studies at ucla dominic thomas's joining me on the phone from paris right now so dominant i don't wanna get into all the history because you got me excited to talk about how france is responsible for a lot of the united states but but separately what i one of the things that i observe today that i'm curious get your take on dominic is is it wasn't as contentious this news conference a meeting between prime minister m president trump as maybe i would have expected what did you think of it what what was your take yep well the boat credited untried i mean my pleasure j prime minister but yeah he the president and does interesting because you know several weeks ago he met according to russia putin then took him to the fbi and welcomed warmly the ban took the gloves off let the at the press conference i'm really attractive strongly on the whole question all interference in india lecture and linda kenyon all those kind of things now donald trump has made sure that you this tricked on a few weeks impact cuba's gesture last week of the g twenty meeting in germany the i'm good at local held ninety one not even colder live it's a risky oldest near risky invitation donald trump is in many ways being i'm i'll take knowledge the live by european leaders from get efficient debris upset people particularly deficient over a climate of polish a cold refusal to continue to be a signatory to the.

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