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French, Spanish police bust thieves of rare 'purple' diamond

AP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 2 weeks ago

French, Spanish police bust thieves of rare 'purple' diamond

"Spanish and French police arrest eight members of a ring suspected of stealing a purple hued diamond worth $18 million in January of last year. Investigators say the gang is thought to have also stolen another diamond worth about $4 million last August. Both times that thieves posed his potential buyers and switch diamond cases after distracting the

3rd body found in Norwegian landslide; 7 still missing

BBC Newshour

02:31 min | 2 months ago

3rd body found in Norwegian landslide; 7 still missing

"A third body has been found in one of the houses caught in a landslide near Oslo on Wednesday. And French police have shut down an illegal rave, which started on New Year's Eve. In defiance of the coronavirus curfew. Some of the 2.5 1000 revelers clashed with officers.

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France's giant curfew-busting party is over after two nights

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

France's giant curfew-busting party is over after two nights

"French police detained five people in an investigation into an underground new year's eve rave party that drew at least two and a half thousand people despite a coronavirus curfew authorities say the illegal policy ended without violence thirty six hours after it began police issued at least twelve hundred fines including eight hundred under virus related fools for not respecting the curfew not wearing a mask and legally taking part in a gathering officials say rave is attached to the police on the first night torching one police vehicle the regional health agency of person who owns the policy goes had a high risk of spreading the virus and urged participants to self isolate France has reported more than sixty four thousand virus related deaths I'm Sarah basis

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Model's 'tears of joy' as agent held over alleged sex crimes

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Model's 'tears of joy' as agent held over alleged sex crimes

"Former model who testified to French police that she was drugged and raped as a teenager by an associate of disgraced late financier Jeffrey Epstein says she wept tears of joy after that associate a modeling agent was taken into custody at Paris's main airport for an array of suspected sex crimes. John Luke Brunel was detained. It was being held in police custody for questioning. No charges have been filed. Bernal's lawyer says he firmly contest the accusations against him.

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Brexit sends ripples of uncertainty down France's coast

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Brexit sends ripples of uncertainty down France's coast

"Long lines of trucks carrying stockpiles for British companies jam the highways leading to France's northern port of Calais as brexit day gets ever closer French police control slow moving lorries making their way to Calais well close by of the trucks off to stand still one which is trucker who told the AP he would normally hope to those come out in the morning get to Canada and back but not anymore well the secretary general of France's national federation of road transport because the situation catastrophic explaining but these companies want to stockpile goods in anticipation of major administrative formalities brexit may bring it's unclear if they'll be a post brexit trade deal all eight chaotic economic rupture between Britain and the twenty seven member bloc Charles Taylor this month London

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Violence erupts during Paris protest against Macron's security law

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:28 min | 3 months ago

Violence erupts during Paris protest against Macron's security law

"For the last five years, The French police have been overworked and under stress. There were the terrorist attacks in 2015 and in 2018, protesters wearing yellow vests took to the streets to denounce income inequality. In between have been endless strikes and demonstrations that often end in violent clashes with young anarchists. Police have been injured and targeted. In 2016, a police couple was killed in front of their child by a terrorist who broke into their home. So President Emmanuel Macron tried to push through a bill to criminalize the publication of certain images of on duty officers. Matches that Brodsky, a law enforcement researcher, explains. That's being a demand for quite a while from rank and file and police unions because of fears regarding their privacy and regarding possible physical threats or even attacks. Article. 24, as the legislation was known, was part of a larger security bill at first human rights groups and the news media spoke out against it The You also warned France that journalist must be able to work freely. Slim been ashore is a civil rights lawyer. It's impossible to pretend that you're a strong democracy. If you press is afraid off filming and then showing the images images like a video that surfaced last week showing three police officers beating a black man Ah, professional music producer who never raised a hand against them, Um it's a national outcry over the video. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets across the country. 25 year old student Charl Du Bois protested in Paris Citrine Geneva. Come here, you'd be up to the official We're here to protect one of our cherished liberties, he says. Freedom of information. The right to stay informed is as important as free speech and the right to protest the face of article. 24 has been the hardline young Interior minister General Domina, who recently scoffed at the term police violence, saying any time police use force it's legitimate. But Macron called the videotaped beating a national disgrace. On Monday, he ordered his interior minister to withdraw the controversial measure. This all comes at a sensitive time for police community relations, says law enforcement experts that Brodsky the George Floyd case, had huge repercussions in France because there were also demonstrations here and also, we should not forget that we had for over a year. The yellow vests produce yellow vest. Protesters say they, too, were sometimes treated brutally by the police. That's left anger and resentment within the movement of mainly working class whites from the French Heartland. Political analyst faced off Barbie A says the interior minister tried to push macron further to the right. But he made a big mistake because He fought. The people will be with him on the policemen against the newspaper on the players on the Internet, and it was not the truth. The truth, says Barbie, eh, is that the French want security for their policemen and liberty for citizens. Eleanor

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Macron prepares “global security” law banning the filming of police

Here & Now

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Macron prepares “global security” law banning the filming of police

"Or just briefly know there's another big story developing in France right now the country Reacting quite strongly to a video of French police officers beating up a black man in Paris. What can you tell us about that? Yeah, well, it's a completely shocking video that surfaced yesterday. Um, it's a It's a rap music producer who was going to his studio and he realized he didn't have on his face mask. You're supposed to wear one in the street. He saw police in a car and so he went into his studio, but they came into a studio with him. They didn't know they were being filmed. He didn't either by a security camera, and they just pummel him for 10 minutes or more with their fists with a Billy club. He's calling for help. It's just a dramatic scene, and in the end they accused him. They arrest him accused him of battery and trying to take their weapons and he ends up spending two nights in jail. This is last Saturday, it took place. And so there's just outrage across the country when that video surfaced yesterday. What are you hearing for people? Yeah, well, it comes at a time where French French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to pass this security bill, which would ban the filming of policemen as they're doing their job their faces. And you know, right civic groups and journalists organizations were against it, saying, this is going to lead to, you know abuses And now this video is just like what people are saying. Why would you not film the police? Thank God, there's this video. We need to film the police. So this is looking very bad for macron, who's been accused of veering to the far right when it comes to security matters. Politicians and people from a clock across the political spectrum are saying we have you know a police with a deep leadership crisis. You know how common is this? That these these things are going on? And lemon newspaper actually called on Macron to withdraw the bill immediately.

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Video Shows Police in Paris Beating a Black Music Producer

Not Too Shabby

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Video Shows Police in Paris Beating a Black Music Producer

"French police officers are being held for questioning over the beating of a black man. They were earlier suspended pending an investigation into the incident. On Saturday, Video widely shared on social networks showed the officers violently beating up the producer Michelle's eclair. The entrance to a music studio in Paris. The officers conduct provoked fury across France.

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"french police" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:02 min | 3 months ago

"french police" Discussed on AP News

"To French police. I did not Say that because I was unsure of French self defense laws, Skarlatos in two longtime friends were vacationing together. We had actually joked about something like this happening, and it was just I don't know how to describe it, but it's just a sense of That we were all on the same page without speaking about it. This was all made into a movie directed by Clint Eastwood. If convicted, the attacker faces a maximum life sentence. I'm Ed Donahue. I'm to McGuire pay P news AP News I'm to McGuire Witnesses say they heard up to a dozen gunshots this afternoon at the Mayfair Mall, and Wauwatosa, Wisconsin in Milwaukee suburb. Lisa, eight people. Seven adults in a teenager were injured and are being treated at a hospital. The search is on for his shooting suspect police chief Very Weber telling W. E S n Preliminary statements from witnesses indicate that the shooter is a white male in his twenties or thirties. Investigators are working on determining the identity of that suspect. Georgia's secretary of state certifies President elect Joe Biden's narrow victory over President Trump Governor Brian Camp, says Trump's campaign can now ask for a recount. He also questioned the validity of at least some of the absentee ballots. It's important to note that this audit on Lee looked at ballots, not the signatures on the absentee applications. Or the signatures on the ballot envelopes. Georgians I've heard from are extremely concerned about this. Trump's campaign has two business days to request a recount since the margin is within a half a percent. That recount would be paid for by the county's not the campaign. Up, also met today with several Republican legislators from Michigan as he tries to overturn Biden's 154,000 vote victory in that state. The AP Zeke Miller, reports at the Michigan Legislature won't get involved in any effort to overturn the vote. Unless in the unlikely event the State board doesn't certify the election right now, they had no influence over the state's electoral process in the certification in the selection of electors that would only happen potentially if the statewide border Canvassers will certify the results. The legislators who met with Trump today say they haven't seen anything that would lead them to agree to overturning the vote. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse is free on $2 million bail. The Illinois teen is charged with killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin. This is AP News. Visor asked for emergency authorization for its Corona virus vaccine. Jersey Health Commissioner Judy Paris. Chile is thinking about the possibilities so we could have between 400,000 and 460,000 doses of vaccine. In the state by early January. Prosecutors in New York stepping up their investigation of President Trump Mike Rossia has more. The attorney general of New York State has sent a subpoena to the Trump Organization seeking records related to consulting fees paid to Ivanka Trump law enforcement official tells The Associated Press. The subpoena is part of a broad civil investigation into President Donald Trump's business dealings. Meantime, The New York Times, citing anonymous sources, reports, the Manhattan district attorney has sent two similar subpoena to the Trump Organization. Manhattan, D A is conducting its own criminal probe into Trump's business dealings. I might cross CIA. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News Might cross your reporting a drug for treating a rare genetic disorder has won. FDA approval. A drug for treating Children with a rare genetic disorder has been approved by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. The drugs of kin V has been approved to treat kids with progeria Children with the disorder, which is caused by a gene mutation die on average at 14.5 years of age. But in testing Children taking Zukin V lived 2.5 years longer. On average, progeria causes stunted growth, stiff joints, hair loss. And aged looking skin. FDA approval of the Qin V was based on two studies in which 62 kids took the drug twice a day. Their outcomes were compared with 81 untreated Children around the world. I might grassi Oh, I might cross your reporting the first drug for a rare rapid aging disease affecting kids has been approved. The U. S Food and Drug Administration has for the first time approved a drug that treats a rare genetic disorder that stunts growth and causes rapid aging in Children. Tests show Children with progeria who took the drugs, Okay, Envy lived 2.5 years longer. On average, Children with progeria typically die in their early teens. Progeria is extremely rare. Just an estimated 400 people worldwide, including 20 in the U. S have progeria or it's related condition. I'm Mike Rossi. Oh, hi. It's Jamie Progresses. 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American passenger recalls trying to kill train attacker

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

American passenger recalls trying to kill train attacker

"One of three Americans hailed as heroes for tackling an alleged Islamic state gunmen aboard a Paris bound train testified at the man's trial in Paris this happened on a train from Amsterdam to Paris in twenty fifteen this law a guy entering the train with an A. K. and the handgun in court Alex Skarlatos says he yanked a pistol from the attacker's hand turned it on him pull the trigger but it didn't fire in my initial statement to French police I did not say that because I was unsure of French self defense laws Scarlatti within two long time friends were vacationing together we had actually joked about something like this happening and it was just I don't know how to describe it but it's just a sense of who we were all on the same page without speaking about it this was all made into a movie directed by Clint Eastwood if convicted the attacker faces a maximum life sentence I'm at Donahue

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French manhunt underway after shooting of Greek priest

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

French manhunt underway after shooting of Greek priest

"French police have interrogated one suspect and searched for others after Greek orthodox priest was shot while closing the door to his church in Leon investigators are trying to determine whether a man arrested Saturday night was the gunmen behind the attack the priest remains in critical condition after being shot for the hunting rifle the motive force Saturday shooting remains unclear but anti terrorism prosecutors are not investigating the case the attack came as France's under high security alert after the killing of three people at Anne's church on Thursday amid global tensions over cartoons over the Muslim prophet Muhammad published in a French newspaper I'm Sarah Bassett

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Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Greek Orthodox Priest Wounded in Lyon, France, Shooting

"French police. A Greek Orthodox priest was shot while closing his church in the city of Leone and all out search is on for the shooter. A police official says The priest was taken to a local hospital with life threatening injuries after being shot in the stomach. The priest is a Greek citizen. The shooting happened two days after an Islamic extremist knife attack. At a Catholic church in the French city of niece that killed three people and amid tensions over a French newspapers, publication of caricatures mocking the Muslim Prophet Mohammed.

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France Attack: Police Storm Notre Dame Basilica in Nice Where 3 Killed

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

France Attack: Police Storm Notre Dame Basilica in Nice Where 3 Killed

"Quite dramatic. New video into the newsroom this morning shows the moment French police storming Notre Dame Basilica in that niece now that's where three people were killed Thursday after a man with a knife attacked several victims inside the church. French President Manu McCall visited the site of the terror attack Thursday. He later announced his decision to deploy up to 4000 military personnel to boost security at schools, churches and other places of worship. Thursday's attack in France March, the third in the country and just three months Well. Wal

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France on high alert after suspected terror attack leaves three dead

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

France on high alert after suspected terror attack leaves three dead

"French officials are on high alert after a man was arrested after a deadly knife attack inside the church today. In these French police say three people were killed. There are reports one of them was beheaded. The pope calls the killings. Savage. They're being tensions in France recently over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed

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French police: 2 dead in knife attack near church in Nice

The Joe Walsh Show

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

French police: 2 dead in knife attack near church in Nice

"Emmanuel Macron has said France will not give in to terrorism after three people were killed and another knife attack on a church in Nice. The French president described the incident in the Mediterranean coast city as Islamic terrorist madness. Once again this morning, he said, It was three of our compatriots that fell in nice and very clearly, France is under full attack The vic Comes in Nice were stabbed at the Notredame basilica. The group includes one woman who had her throat slit. According to police

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Deadly Knife Attack in French Church Is Terrorism, Officials Say

Rick Hamada

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Deadly Knife Attack in French Church Is Terrorism, Officials Say

"Of worship after a deadly knife attack. French police say Three people have been killed in an attack in broad daylight at a church in the city of Nice. Several others were injured. The mayor of niece is describing it is terrorism and says a suspect who's in the hospital kept shouting. God is greatest in Arabic as he was arrested boxes. Simon Owen America is listening

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Knife-Wielding Man Kills 3 in French City of Nice

Jim Bohannon

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Knife-Wielding Man Kills 3 in French City of Nice

"After a teacher was beheaded in France, another deadly attack. Fox's Simon Owen has this live. Lisa. French president Emmanuel Macron has just visited the scene of this morning's attack. A church in the city of Nice, he calls it is the most terror attack. And says he's deploying thousands more soldiers to God sites like places of worship and schools. French police say Three people have been killed. There are reports one of them was beheaded. The pope calls the killings Savage. They've bean tensions in France recently over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed Lisa thanks sum and also a backlash in Muslim countries, including diplomatic rebukes over the French president's defense of the slain teacher. You showed a cartoon is part of a free speech lesson. Perky, though, is condemning today's attack, saying it stands with the people of France against terror and violence. What was

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French police: 2 dead in knife attack near church in Nice

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:17 sec | 4 months ago

French police: 2 dead in knife attack near church in Nice

"Prosecutors are investigating a knife attack at a church in the Mediterranean city of Nice that killed at least three people and injured several others. The attack has come at a time with French authorities on high alert for extremist violence. Police believe the attacker was acting alone. At least one person has

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"french police" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"french police" Discussed on PRI's The World

"President Reagan type air to ones conservative government has tripled taxes on alcohol in the past decade hoping to discourage drinking. The man selling lottery tickets who didn't want to give his name says, alcohol prices are at a breaking point. Swung. Economic Boom people he says are starting to make their own alcohol at home or buying it illegally, and that carries its own dangers. On October ninth a hospital in the seaside city of Izmir reported the death of a man poison with methyl alcohol, a cheap industrial chemical sometimes mixed into illegally produced liquor to cut the cost it's odorless and flavourless and less than a tablespoon of stuff can kill you before long. Turkish. Doctors were reporting bootleg alcohol poisonings all around the country the victims who survived were often left with permanent blindness brain damage fifty five people died in one week more than the total number of reported methyl alcohol deaths in Turkey for the two years before. She should it'll give it. You. Already have jumped into action rating warehouses and going after underground traffickers. State media reported that more than seventy people have been taken into custody but Turkey isn't alone the sprang hundreds died in Iran after rumors circulated that drinking high proof alcohol could prevent corona virus in country without illegal alcohol market that rumor turned deadly. told the Europe Corona virus may be the worst year for methyl alcohol poisonings since researchers like Dr Eric Holder of also university hospital started to track it I. think that there is a recreational element to to the fact that people are not at work and home holman they're taking alcohol or they have lost their jobs they're drinking because that this year he's tracked outbreaks of Methyl Alcohol Poisonings in at least twenty five countries including India, the Dominican Republic and the United States. The pandemic has disrupted alcohol smuggling routes hoped says pushing illicit dealers to find local substitutes hoped a fears. Methyl alcohol is becoming a more popular choice because it's widely available and cheap. We know that the problem can just escalate and much more than it is now even methyl alcohol. Can also happen accidentally if someone who's distilling their own heart alcohol does so improperly making your own wine or beer does not carry this risk but Yeltsin on Gorin a home brewer in the town of journey says drinkers here are on alert. Started home brewing asserted my beer. To other people they were like, are you sure that it's not gonNA get a blind when boost becomes unaffordable some do cut back on drinking but others find another way on Gore has watched a facebook group. He runs for home brewers grow to more than six hundred members lately though their discussions have focused on the difficulties of finding specialized ingredients and equipment in Turkey, we actually have problems with the customs this year. We couldn't find any east. We couldn't find any of your kids and people are like, what are we going to do while on? Goran enjoys making beer he worries about the people who because of increasing taxes and about economy fill push to make their own liquor it's a riskier process and an illegal one for the world's dairy scaring in Istanbul. Celebrations after midnight last night in Bolivia's capital La Paz. When exit polls there showed the country's Socialist Party.

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France: Suspects behind beheading called for teacher’s death

Forum

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

France: Suspects behind beheading called for teacher’s death

"French police are making arrests after the beheading of a school teacher. He showed caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed in a civics class about freedom of expression and guards. Eleanor Beardsley reports, officers have raided the homes of dozens of suspected Islamist militants. The killing of 47 year old history teacher Samuel Patty has sparked outrage in France. Patty was beheaded by an 18 year old Chechen refugee who was angry the teacher had shown the caricatures The anti terrorist prosecutor says the murderer, whose name has not been released and who was killed by police was no doubt motivated by the hate speech about the teachers circulating in some chat rooms. French Interior Minister Gerard Darmon on said the swoop on Islamist networks was designed to send a message that enemies of the republic will not enjoy a minute's respite. Domina says he's looking into dissolving certain groups from the French Muslim community who are accused of promoting violence and hate. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS

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"french police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One thirty one. French police say one person is dead at least five people hurt after a man opened fire today on the island of Corsica. It's happened in the port city of boss gel, which is near the north tip of that island. Officials say a police officer is among those who were shot so far we don't have word of a motive for the attack. But CBS reports the shooter is reportedly in his seventies. He is known to police, of course, we're watching us at this in the newsroom when we get more. We'll bring it to you right here on WBZ radio on Capitol Hill today lawmakers starting negotiations to try to keep the government open. They've got sixteen days to get a deal done. ABC's alley Rogan reporting. Some of them also considering a method to avoid the situation in the future. Several members of congress have introduced bills that would simply prevent the government from shutting down by automatically extending current funding levels, congressman Mark meadows, Republican of North Carolina floated another idea on the house floor. Let's look at passing a Bill. That freezes congressional pay. If there's a shutdown. I'm all land are all the Democrats in Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said he'd be open to bringing any anti shutdown Bill to the floor that could garner. Bipartisan support alley Rogan. ABC news. Capitol hill. Meantime, US and Chinese negotiators opening up two days of high level talks trying to settle out a six month long. Trade dispute is ongoing war between the world's two. Biggest Connie's really shaking up the financial markets affecting both sides clouding the outlook for the global economy as a whole two sides have until early March to come to a resolution, but the talks today only supposed to be a part of that Saddam block out all the noise. Don't worry about what other people think about you. Don't worry about what.

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"french police" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Like this people are of course, horrifying, but. To generalize on only. This news, obviously would be preposterous, which is why of course, not only all all right wing. But our president is doing that as well. Right. So let's get to that in response to this shooting. Donald Trump decided to exploit it as a way to push for the five billion dollars. He demands to fund his border wall. He says another very bad terror attack in France. Let's just stop right there. The French police are being very careful in how they are characterizing this attack. They say potential terror attack. They still don't know what the motive is. Now, of course, people are going to speculate that it's a terror attack. Obviously Trump is doing that here. But again, I mean as the president of the United States, you should be a leader. And just hold for a second until it's confirmed as a terror attack. I mean, it's different to be a commentator or someone who does news analysis. It's another thing to be a leader of a country like the United States. But anyway of. He's going to call it a terror attack right off the bat because it's going to serve his purposes. He also says we're going to strengthen our borders, even more Chuck and Nancy must give us the votes to get additional border security. But this attack was not a result of an immigrant coming into France and carrying out an active islands. He was born in France. This has nothing to do with immigration. Now, it has a lot to do with how people get radicalized. Clearly, he was radicalized while he was behind bars, which completely defeats the purpose of putting people in prison. But that's not something that's convenient for Trump. It's not gonna help him with his political narrative. So he's going to go ahead and make this about immigration. It look if you try to find rational reasons for the shooting, so that you could prevent further shootings, that's a super legitimate conversation. So there are couple of different avenues there. This guy was arrested twenty six different times before this and having nothing to do with terrorism armed robbery. There's rob. Breeze Switzerland, Germany, France, his a lifelong criminal now when right wing terror attacks happened in the United States every time not only the right wing. But the media jump in and go lone wolf lone wolf, just a crazy guy. Crazy guy right now, I got new street people go shoot people in markets all crazy guys. So this guy was a bad guy for a long time or the common criminal in France. And now he apparently got. Mckay. More extreme in prison, and then did this. So if you wanna look at his criminal track record, and what led to that? That's a fair question, by the way, you can go liberal or conservative. Hey, did he get radicalized in prison? And hence, they didn't do job rehabilitation Francis. They do Norway. That's an interesting question. But also interesting question, if you're a conservative is, hey, he served about four years in prison. Twenty six robberies in the only served four years in prison. It's a legitimate question. Because you're actually talking about the root causes of what happened here he used a gun. So you know, what are the laws transit related to how easy or difficult? It is to get guns. You could make arguments on both sides. I guess I think that of course in America you in it's super easy to get a gun. It's probably much harder than France. So that's an interesting conversation. And finally, the religious extremism is also an interesting conversation saying, hey, how can we prevent radicalization? And so I would join you in that conversation and in that. Effort because no one wants radical religious extremists in any direction, right? But if you just take the one element that Trump song about his ancestors some point where immigrants, by the way. So as yours your mom was an immigrant, Donald Trump. Right. So and then go, that's it. I found it. He's the other the other. Well, that means you're not trying to sell the root causes the problem as usual use. It you're using it for demagoguery to drive hate, which is ironically, what the terrorists wanted to do and Trump also likes to take world events and purposely, misinterpret them or twist them to basically puff up his own ego. And I'll give you another example of that from this week. So the yellow vest demonstrations in France now that was a protest not just about the field tax..

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"french police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on KOMO

"French police had raided the home of the suspected gunman before the attack was carried out this is part of a separate homicide investigation. We're also being told the suspects had been to prison many times and was radicalized that ABC's, Ian, panel Israel. Israel's prime minister sending a warning to Iranian-backed Hezbollah ABC's Giordano Miller with this report from Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling on the international community to stop Hezbollah from digging quote tear tunnels from Lebanon into Israel. The Israeli army has exposed three tunnels burrowed into its territory in just the last week. The Iranian backed militant group is the likely culprit and went to war with Israel in two thousand and six Netanyahu warned has it will suffer quote unimaginable blows. If it interferes with Israel's plans to destroy the cross border tunnels Giordano Miller ABC news Jerusalem to nuns accused of embezzling money to pay for things like trips to Vegas are asking for forgiveness and prayers gambling and jet-setting. The lifestyle you might expect for these two nuns. They come in in and they're nice, white Volvos, and they lived in an ice condo. And. You know, the parents aren't asking that seems kind of strange for people that took an oath the poverty. The parents at this, California Catholic highschool are outraged to their own tuition checks may have been footing that lavish lifestyle, according to the archdiocese of Los Angeles Sister, Mary Margaret Cooper, the principal at Saint James Catholic school for twenty nine years and sister. Lana Chang, a teacher for twenty years, stole half a million dollars since two thousand six parents say they were even given tuition. Discounts has incentive to pay in cash. There's a lot of betrayal and feelings of anger and really thinking about houses can impact my child. I mean, these were the leaders of the school they were accused after routine audit found they were allegedly funneling money to a long forgotten church Bank account that only they could access we do understand that. This.

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"french police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Pam Coulter. French police are reportedly in a shootout with the gunman who killed four people and wounded eleven near a Christmas market in Strasbourg CBS's, Elaine Cobb with more police have urged people in a residential area of Strasbourg to stay indoors amid reports. The gunman has been cornered in a building. Their shots have been fired and police were heard calling on someone to come out counter-terrorist. Investigators are now in charge of the case. The man was on a list of those known to have links with radicalism. The city center is deserted tonight after police urged people to stay home, Elaine Cobb, CBS news, Paris in what may foreshadow the divided government ahead. There was a contentious meeting between President Trump and congressional democratic leaders today. She gives me good we win. This was a sixteen and a half minute picker fast spiraled downward the top can. Gresh, Democrats accused president of overstating the impact of a border wall. The Washington Post today get you a whole lot of Pinocchio Chuck Schumer gave Mr. Trump a take it or leave it offer of one point three billion dollars for border security. Mr. Trump demands five billion dollars for the wall. I am proud to shut down the government for border security the deadline to reach an agreement is next Friday. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Sunny skies have followed the record-setting snowstorm in the south, but the going there remains hazardous North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper said people should stay off the roads. I message is simple. If conditions in your area are still dangerous. Don't take the risk sit tight and wait for the sunshine and safety, the heavy snow caused some roofs to cave in three horses were killed in a building collapse in Gaston county, North Carolina. A jury is recommending life plus more than four hundred years in prison for James fields junior. Who was convicted of murdering Heather higher by driving his car into a crowd of counter. Protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. Susan, bro. Is hires mother in the end, the hands of Justice say that he needs to be kept away from society for a while. And I'm content with that stormy Daniels has lost around in court CBS's Steve Futterman of federal judge here. In LA told the adult film star that she must pay the president two hundred ninety three thousand dollars, plus another thousand dollars in sanctions the order by the judge came after Daniels defamation suit against Mr. Trump was dismissed Daniels. Attorney Michael ever naughty was quick to react. He says the order will not hold up on appeal. The Dow fell fifty three today NASDAQ up eleven this was seep CBS news. Dell small-business advisors can help you maximize this year's budget and find the right business with Jen Intel core processors call. Call eight seven seven by Dell that's eight seven seven by Dell..

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"french police" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Pam Coulter. French police are reportedly in a shootout when the gunman who killed four people and wounded eleven near a Christmas market in Strasbourg CBS's, Elaine Cobb with more police have urged people in a residential area of Strasbourg to stay indoors amid reports. The gun has been cornered in a building. Their shots have been fired and police were heard calling on someone to come out counter-terrorist. Investigators are now in charge of the case. The man was on a list of those known to have links with radicalism. The city center is deserted tonight after police urged people to stay home, Elaine Cobb, CBS news, Paris in what may foreshadow the divided government ahead. There was a contentious meeting between President Trump, it could gresh democratic leaders today. She was a sixteen and a half minute picker fast. Spiraled downward the top congressional Democrats accused the president of overstating the impact of a border wall. The Washington Post today get you a whole lot of Pinocchio Chuck Schumer gave Mr. Trump a take it or leave it offer of one point three billion dollars for border security. Mr. Trump demands five billion dollars for the wall. I am proud to shut down the government for border security. Check the deadline to reach an agreement is next Friday. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Sunny skies have followed the record-setting snowstorm in the south, but the going there remains hazardous North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper said people should stay off the roads. I message is simple. If conditions in your area are still dangerous. Don't take the risk sit tight and wait for the sunshine and safety, the heavy snow caused some roofs to cave in three horses were killed in a building collapse in Gaston county, North Carolina. A jury is recommending life plus more than four hundred years in. In prison for James fields junior. Who was convicted of murdering Heather higher by driving his car into a crowd of counter. Protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville. Susan, bro. Is hires mother in the end, the hands of Justice say that he needs to be kept away from society for awhile, and I'm content with that stormy Daniels has lost around in court CBS's Steve of federal judge here. In LA told the adult film star that she must pay the president two hundred ninety three thousand dollars, plus another thousand dollars in sanctions the order by the judge came after Daniels defamation suit against Mr. Trump was dismissed Daniels. Attorney Michael ever naughty was quick to react. He says the order will not hold up on a peel. The Dow fell fifty three today NASDAQ up eleven this was seep 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 at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot.

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"french police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"French police have cornered the gunman who killed four people and wounded number of others near a world famous Christmas market in Strasbourg. A shootout was reportedly underway. The gunman identified as a twenty nine year old with a criminal record. This woman was in the market and says she ducked for cover saw. Twelve soldiers walking towards me with guns pointed and then everyone was running from all directions. CBS's, elaine. Cobb has more very busy area. A lot of people around doing their Christmas shopping, the police immediately issued a warning to people to stay home to get out of the area. They asked restaurants and cafes to shutdown Strasbourg is home to the European parliament, which is going ahead with its legislative sessions this week CBS news special report, I'm Pam Coulter. WBZ news time four thirty two. Mayor Emanuel is joining other mayors in northern Illinois calling for an increase in the state gas tax for transportation Rahm Emanuel and most of the others in the metropolitan mayors caucus are calling on state lawmakers to approve a twenty to thirty cent a gallon increase in the gasoline tax to fund the capital transportation Bill goes Sabo, director of the Chicago metropolitan agency for planning says, there's more we not only need to increase the gas too. Axe? But we have to index it to inflation. And we have to include other sources of revenues fact mayor Emanuel says drivers of non gas powered cars should pay more to electric cars don't pay gas tax. But use the road. They also get a tax subsidy when they buy the car that is for the user, they should be charged different. So they can contribute to the maintenance and modernisation of the transportation system. He says improving transportation will create jobs and development at city hall, Craig Delamore, NewsRadio one one point nine FM LA county sheriff's office says they're investigating a person of interest in connection with a swatting incident. This morning in unincorporated green Lake County sheriff surgeon Chris cappelli says call came into police around five fifteen this morning a man claiming he was about to shoot his wife in their home. Only. No such thing was happening at that home on dawn court in Warren township several of our deputies arrived immediately established a perimeter around the resonant they were able to make phone contact with the individuals inside the home and. To the individuals inside the home came out were completely cooperative surgeon cappelli says the person of interest does know the couple who is allegedly set up with such a potentially dangerous police response burning to foia NewsRadio on one point nine FM. VFW post in will county on the verge of shutting down because of financial problems will stay open, thanks to donations. But the commander says he has some unanswered question. The Frankfort VFW post commander stand to linski says he is livid because nothing was done. Meaning things weren't paid informs weren't filled out by the people who were in charge at the post before he took over the years. We were pretty solvent doing, okay. And all of a sudden why to linski says he's trying to reach the people who were responsible. But in some cases, he says they're not available. Now, he is on a mission that to me is a priority. What happened the Frankfurt VFW's doors are staying open? The next fundraiser is January sixteenth to go toward paying off the mortgage. Steve Miller, News Radio on one zero five point nine. Federal judge today ordered adult film. Actress stormy Daniels papers, you know, Trump nearly two hundred ninety three thousand dollars in attorney's fees another thousand sanctions after after her defamation suit against president was dismissed dang is alleged. She had an affair with Mr. Trump in two thousand six and was paid non disclosure agreement before the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Google CEO continued his testimony before the House Judiciary committee today in Washington among the questions posed as soon Dr Pichai what the company is doing to prevent foreign election interference. We have undertaken significant review of how ads are bought we look for the origin of these accounts. We share and collaborate with law enforcement other technology companies. The China is also denying Republicans. Charge of an anti conservative bias on the platform. Bill. Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill Virginia Jerry has issued its recommended punishment for the Ohio man convicted of running over counter protesters with his car after unite the right rally last summer, Jerry in Charlottesville, Virginia has recommended a sentence of life plus four hundred nineteen years for James, Alex fields junior. The Ohio man convicted of murder and other charges after driving his car into counter protesters at a white nationalist rally last August, a psychologist testifying for the defense said that fields has a long history of mental health issues, including bipolar disorder. The jury heard emotional victims testimony from several people who suffered severe injuries and Susan, bro. The mother of an activist Heather higher who was killed, bro. Says she's content with the jury's recommendation. Should not be out in society. And I think the jury could see that cintas been scheduled for March twenty ninth. I'm Jennifer king, traffic and weather together and some low gas prices coming up next news time four thirty..

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"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Dave. Mudbound. God love. They have gone crazy. This election is choice between a Republican party that is building our future and a democrat party that is trying to burn our future. Dow Trump was at the rally to support Republican Senate candidate, Marsha Blackburn, who's facing democrat Phil Brandon November in Indonesia the death toll from last week strong earthquake and soon NAMI now tops twelve hundred the number of confirmed dead rose sharply over the last twenty four hours as search teams discovered. More bodies, the city Apollo has been especially hard hit homes and other buildings were levelled damaged vehicles and boats can also be seen some are partially buried Indonesia is asking for help from other countries to deal with the disaster. French police say they're carrying out anti-terror rates near the port city of Dunkirk today about two hundred officers are involved in the operation that covers homes and the headquarters of a specific groups. So far no arrests made. This is NPR news from Washington. A top South Korean official is telling members of parliament North Korea has up to sixty nuclear weapons, the unification minister in Seoul sites. Intelligence officials who estimate Pyongyang has at least twenty nuclear bombs, and as many as sixty South Korea's National Intelligence Service is not commenting secretary of state, Mike Pompeo was traveling to Pyongyang later. This month to set up a second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN for further talks on denuclearization, the UN's. Highest court says it can't force Chile to enter negotiations with Bolivia over the country's access to the Pacific Ocean. NPR's Philip Reeve's explains Bolivia lost access to the Pacific to Chile after war in the late nineteenth century getting that back has become a national mission Bolivia argues, it would make little difference to Chile to handover a bit of its coastline, which is nearly two thousand seven hundred miles long. The Chilean say the issue was settled back in ninety four. Four by Peachtree heat. But if he's president Morales went to the US international court of Justice in the Netherlands, hoping it would rule that Chile must negotiate of giving his nation. What's described as sovereign access to the sea back home in his capital? There was dancing in the streets. As Bolivians waited for the verdict to be broadcast live and a giant screen and then disappointment with the court ruled twelve to three against flip Reeves NPR news within the hour. This year's Nobel prize for physics will be announced last year. Three Americans were honored for their work in detecting, faint, ripples in the universe called gravitational waves..

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"french police" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

New York Times - The Book Review

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"french police" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

"Government there they certainly don't want the irs there they want regulators there and even when it comes to election systems which obviously are in the hands of the states individual states they did not want to be declared critical infrastructure in twenty sixteen or more the secretaries of state in many states did not because they feared it would be the beginning of a government takeover of the election system something that since the days of the founders has always been in the hands of of the states themselves not the federal government the other thing that i imagined but differentiate us from other countries in terms of cyber defense systems is our national concern about privacy which is always an issue here maybe more so in the eu but i imagine not all of our enemies share those concerns and is that does that jeopardize us will it certainly means that we're seeing a bulk ms asian of the internet so if you go to china these days google does not berate they basically left china instead of facebook there is a chinese equivalent of facebook apple has been required to take all of the data that you save up to the i cloud and if it's in china put it on a chinese version of the i cloud that the state can get into so in each of those cases and similar similarly in russia the state has declared that nothing can be off limits to the government and obviously they're not gonna sit around and wait to get warrants where whereas we will but we also have differences with the europeans and i tell a story in the book about a what happened right after the awful terrorist attacks in paris the one that plays at the buckle on bidder so forth so unnumbered of the terrorists were killed so couple were were captured later on and the french police immediately got the help of facebook to identify who they were and figure out who their friends work and from that and associating with phone numbers the police were able to go do these big raids in belgium where they arrested and killed a number of the other members of terrorist cells before they could conduct another attack which when when it looked as if some were planned well under the new european privacy laws facebook no longer is permitted to keep some of the information that they ended up turning over to the police that would that enable the police to go find the terrorists so there is this built in conflict between the security side of states that want to use these tools to go hunt down terrorists or for purposes of domestic repression in the case of the chinese and those wanna protect the privacy of the users what are the biggest threats in who are the biggest threats right now to our own security in terms of of cyberterrorism cyberwarfare cyber terrorism there hasn't been a whole lot of has been ransomware which is mostly been criminal activity but one of the interesting things is the terror groups have not made effective use of cyber is a weapon they have made effective use.

"french police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're listening to all things considered from npr news now to the southwest of france were a man who pledge allegiance to isis has killed three people his violent rampage began when he hijacked a car it culminated when he took staff and customers hostage at a supermarket in addition to the three killed sixteen people were injured some of them critically on say heard gunshots police stormed the building and killed the attacker npr's eleanor beardsley walks us through what happened around eleven o'clock this morning local time a gunman stormed a supermarket in the tiny town of tab population five thousand he shot to customers and held hostages for several hours until a swat team storm the market and killed him ben wilder caught was in the supermarket until he escaped out a back door number two if he had a pistol and a knife said look owned and he was yelling and excited he screamed allahu akbar he said he was a soldier for isis and he yelled for everyone to get down on the ground before four attacking the supermarket the gunmen hijacked a car killing a passenger and shot at a group of policemen on a morning jog wounding one french interior minister jeremiah columbus arrived from paris and identified the attacker police obey the terrorists was rata unlucky he was a twenty six year old local boy known for petty crimes and drug dealing defended we were watching him because he had some radical tendencies but we didn't think he was dangerous and then suddenly he attacked francis chief antiterrorism prosecutor housewife milan's paid tribute to a paramilitary gendarme who took the place of hostages usual to negotiate nobel tom went in and allowed several hostages to be freed said milan's she kept his phone on so police outside that here what was going on but when the terrorists began shooting the kernel that's when the swat forces went in tonight he is fighting for his life in the hospital also a former member of the french police swat team danielle sarah explained how the police raid unfolded shift show who gabby mood in every case we try to avoid a bloodbath he said so we bring out people who can convince the hostage taker to give up the fight sailed on said lack deems mother and two sisters came out to.

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"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tiny town of tab population five thousand he shot to customers and held hostages for several hours until a swat team storm the market and killed him ben while kant was in the supermarket until he escaped out a back door number play he had a knife said look owned and he was yelling and excited he screamed ally lack bar he said he was a soldier for isis and he i yelled for everyone to get down on the ground before attacking the supermarket the gunman hijacked a car killing a passenger and shot at a group of policemen on a morning jog wounding one french interior minister gerard columbus arrived from paris and a dented the attacker police the terrorists was to unlock the he was a twenty six year old local boy known for petty crimes and drug dealing defended we were watching him because he had some radical tendencies but we didn't think he was dangerous and then suddenly he attacked francis chief antiterrorism prosecutor false while mouland's paid tribute to a paramilitary gendarme who took the place of hostages don't look negoti nobel tom went in and allowed several hostages to be freed said milan's he kept his phone on so police outside that here what was going on but when the terrorists began shooting the kernel that's when the swat forces went in tonight he is fighting for his life in the hospital a former member of the french police swat team donyo several don explained how the police raid unfolded men who gathered in every case we try to avoid a bloodbath he said so we bring out people who can convince the hostage taker to give up the fight sailed on said lack deems mother and two sisters came out to help negotiate but they were unable to persuade him to give himself up gene don't french president emmanuel macron said france was still under the threat of terrorism even though it had changed some producing citrus sean comedian don't we're no longer in the situation of two or three years ago when we were facing attacks planned and led from the iraq syrian war zone that's the difference between war terrorism and today's terrorists which is mostly dangerous individuals don't go back the director could sit french news channel said lack beam was born in morocco but a french citizen neighbors described his family as quiet and hard working and said there were no.

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"french police" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Now to some breaking news out of france there is an ongoing hostage situation in a supermarket in the southwest town of caucus nolan reports suggest that at least one person has been killed and others have been injured and pinkett is in paris for us and joins us on the line and what is latest i'm presuming that quite soon the the the crack french police forces who have surrounded these supermarket whether it's host is taking has been taking place over the last two hours could move in in the situation like this now with the guy reportedly armed not only with with against but also grenades he could be a suicide bomber and so that they unlikely to try and again she ate with him for a long period of time we're seeing some reports coming out of local media the the attack appeared to be inspired by the islamic state and that is a report from this cnn affiliate bef m television there was citing a a local prosecutor saying that what are you hearing over there is the is the responds indicating that this might be some sort of organized at hack so far the the french prime minister has has just declared that it it is a terrorist act and the the the french prosecutor is investigating it as such the the gunman said to be in his thirties said that he is a soldier of isis and that he wants to avenge syria before an it definitely looks as if it was a premeditated attack because he he was seen following for riot police in this place just outside carcassonne and he got out his gun and injured one of the the policeman who were joking in the shoulder and then he went onto the supermodel kate way he he fired on on customers injuring about a dozen.

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"french police" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Was freed it took place away from tv cameras nevada officials intentionally misled reporters as to where and when simpson would be set free they say that was to avoid potential safety issues steve futterman cbs news this just in french police sources call it terror the man who stabbed and killed two passersby marseille's main train station before being shot dead by a french soldier who a car is set to it allahhu by god is greatest has carried out his attack and a french police source has said that the attack is likely to be a terrorist let's recharge shark robot he with the bbc french has been in a in a state of a mergers you following a spate of attacks by islamist militants over the past two years sara breaking glass in barcelona government police smashing their way into what madrid calls illegal polling places ballots confiscated in the referendum for catalonian independence bbc correspondent gavin lease there's about the size of belgium catalan seven and a half million people here someone a fierce so passionately to say now is a time what kinds of at whatever we risk and others are here to say we don't like how madrid operates but we're going to vote a twitter war between the president of the united states calling recovery efforts in puerto rico ineffective and the mayor of san juan add whom the tweets are directed did calling her an ingrate i am not time for small power thanks for your comments the really don't add to the situation mayor crews also on cnn white house budget director mick mulvaney progresses there and the effort is there i think it's unfair to save the president hasn't given at his very best africa's absolutely have us supreme court opening a new term jamaa morrow addition of president trump's appointee neil gorsuch in april restoring the courts five four conservativemajority cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen at us justice neil gorsuch jumped right in at the end of last term and was various serve during oral argument to the point where longtime court watchers wondered if he were not stepping on the toes of the more senior justice so watch to see early on whether he backs off a bid is the new turmoil pitt's new season for saturday night live topical as ever opening sketch featuring alec baldwin is the president with the mayor of san juan puerto rico need your help i hear you loud and clear a new code the best person for the job things are as.

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"french police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For american students who are studying abroad in europe had acid thrown at them at a train station in marseilles france yesterday french police are saying that this was a random attack here's enters on our beardsley the incident took place at the sound sharlto train station in the southern french city of marseille about eleven a m local time sunday the four students were preparing to board a train when a woman who police describe as deranged through hydrochloric acid at them two of the students were hit in the face the two others on the lags french police arrested the woman who allegedly through the acid they say the attack is not terroristrelated the us embassy in paris says it won't comment on the incident due to privacy concerns but boston college spokesman jack done who was informed about the details of the incident spoke to a local boston tv news channel they had gone to the transition to take good good train back to paris and then they will have the acid attack by the woman who were told by french police through the asked him on them in santona meaty who on the who go streetcorner him until french police arrived to arrest her french police say the forty one year old woman who is now in custody is psychologically disturbed and claims to have been a victim herself of an acid attack she stayed at the theme to show officers pictures of herself with acid burns the infant and is being treated as a random criminal attack in marseille france's second largest city is known for its problem with drug violence and criminal gangs dunn says the four students are doing fine but shaken he says it was also a shot to the school which has been sending students to study abroad for decades three the students are studying in paris the fourth in copenhagen one of the students said on her facebook page that they were all okay and that the help given by the us consulate and french police was wonderful eleanor beardsley and can news paris in houston the price of rent is soaring that's because so many people need a place to live after the damage caused by hurricane harvey and the tight rental market is particularly tough for lower income families as npr's david schaper reports in this narrow conference room it's on pablo piscopo church in southeast houston of few volunteers.

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"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For american students who were studying abroad in europe had acid thrown at them at a train station in marseilles france yesterday french police are saying that this was a random attack here's and pierce eleanor beardsley the incident took place at the sash shall train station in the southern french city of macedonia that eleven a m local time sunday the four students were preparing to board a train when a woman who police describe as deranged through hydrochloric acid at them two of the students were hit in the face the two others on the lags french police arrested the woman who allegedly three the acid they say the attack is not terroristrelated the us embassy in paris says it won't comment on the incident due to privacy concerns but boston college spokesman jack done who was informed about the details of the incident spoke to a local boston tv news channel they had gone to the train station to take the train factor paris and then they will have the acid attack by the woman who were told by french police through the asks him on them and then sat own immediately on the who the streetcorner until french police arrived to arrest her french police say the forty one year old woman who is now in custody is psychologically disturbed and claims to have been a victim herself of an asset attack she stayed at the scene to show officers pictures of herself with acid burns the infant is being treated as a random criminal attack in marseille france's second largest city is known for its problem with drug violence and criminal gangs done says the four students are doing fine but shaken he says it was also a shot to the school which has been sending students to study abroad for decades three the students are studying in paris the fourth in copenhagen one of the students said on her facebook page that they were all okay and let the help given by the us consulate and french police was wonderful eleanor beardsley npr news paris in houston the price of rent is sorry that's because so many people need a place to live after the damage caused by hurricane harvey and the tight rental market is particularly tough for lower income families as npr's david schaper reports in this narrow conference room it's on pablo piscopo church in southeast houston a few volunteers hunch overlapped we try to.

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"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"french police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For american students who are studying abroad in europe had acid thrown at them at a train station in marseilles france yesterday french police are saying that this was a random attack here's npr's eleanor beardsley the incident took place at the sound shall train station in the southern french city of macedonia about eleven a m local time sunday the four students were preparing to board a train when a woman who police describe as deranged through hydrochloric acid at them two of the students were hit in the face the two others on the lags french police arrested the woman who allegedly through the acid they say the attack is not terroristrelated the us embassy in paris says it won't comment on the incident due to privacy concerns but boston college spokesman jack done who was informed about the details of the incident spoke to a local boston tv news channel they had guns in the train station to take the train back to paris and then they will have the acid attack by the woman who were told by french police through the asan on them and his sat own immediately on the the street corner until french police arrived to arrest her french police say the forty one year old woman who is now in custody is psychologically disturbed and claims to have then a victim herself of an acid attack she stayed at the saintmichel officers pictures of herself with acid burns the incident is being treated as a random criminal attack in marseille france's second largest city is known for its problem with drug violence and criminal gangs gun says the four students are doing fine but shaken he says it was all so a shot to the school which has been sending students to study abroad for decades three the students are studying in paris the fourth in copenhagen one of the students said on her facebook page that they were all okay and let the help given by the us consulate and french police was wonderful eleanor beardsley npr news paris in houston the price of rent is soaring that's because so many people need a place to live after the damage caused by hurricane harvey and the tight rental market is particularly tough for lower income families as npr's david schaper reports in this narrow conference room it's on pablo applicable church in southeast huston a few volunteers hunch overlap we try to help.

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