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Fresh update on "geneva" discussed on COACHCAST Brasil
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UN Team Says Islamic State Committed Genocide Against Yazidis
"The killing of thousands of cd people in iraq by isel extremists was genocide. The security council has heard delivering its findings to the fifteen member body. The un team investigating the atrocities said that it had established clear and convincing evidence of the crime against the religious minority in two thousand fourteen that time. The terror group attacked enslaved and killed members of the ucd community in singer. Northern iraq forcibly displacing around half a million of them. of the survivors peace prize. Laureate nadia mirrored the security council to refer the matter to the international criminal court to address the universal magnitude of the group's crimes against humanity. Evidence has been found but we are still searching for the political world to prosecute it is time for the international community to do more than listen. It is time to act if all leaders have the political world to act on this evidence. The injustice is truly within reach. Isis genocide will not come to an end until all disease can leave alive of dignity in their home
Fresh update on "geneva" discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"Of heart disease, men are more vulnerable than women. The Asia Pacific, including Japan, Australia and China, is the worst affected region. The statistics date from before the covert 19 pandemic. But the World Health Organization warns the trend towards longer hours is increasing. And with so many people working from home Lines between work and free time have become dangerously blurred. That's BBC correspondent image in folks reporting from Geneva News and analysis at town home dot com. We may never know what sparked a deadly shooting in Arkansas lease in Fort Smith say Zachary Arnold shot and killed his 87 year old neighbor, Lois Hicks, then began to scream at other apartment residents trying to get them to come outside, Authorities say the 26 year old Arnold continued to shoot it his neighbors while they hurried back behind cover. Finally, another resident, retrieved a hunting rifle and fatally shot Arnold. Investigation continues. Jason Walker reporting several major unions say significant staff cuts railroads have made in recent years could jeopardize safety. But the major railroads say the new operating model that they've adopted it simply helping them to become more efficient and hasn't made the railroads any risk here. Gonna Wall Street this our stock futures pointing to a lower open, the NASDAQ futures are down. 41 points more on these stories, a town hall dot com So you think you have unlimited data re calculating? Think again. If.
OHCHR Call for New Peace Efforts in Occupied Palestinian Territory
"The un rights office wage appealed on tuesday for a redoubling of efforts to restore calm in the occupied palestinian territory after airstrikes and days of clashes between protesters and israeli security forces. The ongoing violence marks a dramatic escalation of tensions linked to the potential eviction of palestinian families from east jerusalem. Un secretary general antonio guitarist has expressed his deep concern at the situation while the security council held an emergency meeting on monday in geneva you and writes off his spokesperson. Rupert colville cited reports more than nine. Hundred palestinians were injured between the seventh and tenth of may in east jerusalem and over two hundred in the west bank most by israeli security forces. He also noted that palestinian armed groups had launched at some two hundred fifty rockets towards israel in the past twenty four hours with at least seventeen. Israeli civilians reported the injured. This use of indiscriminate weapons is strictly prohibited under international humanitarian law and must immediately the chr officials said s strikes had been carried out in. Gaza is rarely defense forces. Mr colville continued citing reports that twenty four palestinians had been killed including nine children and one woman his mr colville now. Israel must respect international humanitarian law in particular the cardinal principles on the conduct of stabilities namely distinction proportionality precautions any attack including s. Strikes should be directed solely at military objectives and all feasible precautions must be taken to avoid civilian deaths and injury and damage to civilian
Fresh update on "geneva" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"To be considered an antique michael. Somebody said oh. This post post is really old. And i said no. I'm from nineteen sixty two. And don't tell me i'm really getting mad. So yeah we've got. We're gonna cross country with this. This post bus after san francisco drive down south stop in la to orange county and san diego. There will be shipped to east coast and there are some major events going on one in wisconsin cheese days. This will be probably in september. I can't remember exactly and she stayed. I thought your swiss cheese in wisconsin is. There's not a rivalry. They're not really because a lot of the wonderful cheeses in in this country. There are some swiss behind if we think about california. There's for example. The fiscal leany california knows in down in modesto. These are swiss from the kitchen and so we will be at the swiss on threes stays in wisconsin but more important events will be probably the one analysis when we have our fourth of july. Which is the first of august. It'd be a very important celebration. And then we're bringing in the charter. Let switzerland which is seven hundred years old and which was a source of quite some political. I don't want to say upheaval. In switzerland and everybody was happy when we said we want this letter to be shown in the us because we are sister republic so the us the founders of the us. They looked at switzerland dad time and then when the us were founded and running we came back to the us and looked at the us in eighteen. Forty eight to set up our constitution. So we're quite. Oh yes are quite. Yeah we're just a small contra- one tenth the size of california and we have twenty six states in it. Can you imagine a three languages or language. Let's talk a little bit about the adventure travel aspects of switzerland. I can't think of more diverse country when it comes to just the myriad of things that you can do outdoors not done. Many of them are not long ago. I did a feature on rollerblading. The three the three long pathways through switzerland. There's the one in the upper part of the country the the meter lan and the one in the lake geneva region now. I don't know if you've done that michael you. You're you're wiping your brow. Look very stressed out. And i'm going to tell you that. I wanna do this with you. I wanna rollerblade. Because i think each one of those trails is one hundred and some miles long yet. They're quite a few trails and they were born biking trails but roller blading. Rollerblading is so popular in switzerland for example in zurich and not just in in many swiss towns we closed some a the main roads nighttime in lugano every night during summertime in zurich. There's one night which is rollerblade night and then there are those trails and there is a wonderful marathon in summer which is in st equal of the winter marathon on skis in the dean which goes for forty two kilometers from san. It's down to lower angered sort of quite a few things down and up and and really crazy once they come down to gotthard pass on roller blades. At nine time. There's not much traffic and it's it's illegal you know but my gosh how faster going on those four wheels or two wheeler hitting. They're hitting fifty sixty miles an hour. So yeah that's the real adventure adventurist. Yeah now. I have been skiing all over the lake. Geneva region of switzerland and also do something there that i consider to be quite adventurous and a little dangerous and michael have little more winding. I would like a glass of that swiss wine to please. Oh that is unbelievable and do you know you can only get that. As far as i can tell in switzerland ninety nine percent of it stays in your country. Which i think. Is you know quite rude if you not to Exports some to us. Well you said it. All you know we refer drinking ourselves no you can. You can get some you can get something done the united states and there's some daily places where you find them okay. I was telling you the story about what i think is crazy adventure. But the swiss may have invented this taking torches at night in skiing down darkened trails and roads that have snow on 'em obviously but with lit torches now. We went down the road from the the middle area villar to the village and it was about one on one thirty in the morning and there were only a handful of us. Who wanted to do this. Because you could also take the cog wheel train down but I remember about halfway down. I could hardly see a thing in g. Chanel was skiing in front of me and another gentleman from switzerland was behind me. He yelled out. Ginny your on fire. And my kinda. My love was ablaze from the torch. Had the those tortuous downhill econom- torchlight parade. They were born us. Tourism things in the winter resorts would do it for guests and one reason why we do is this is we have wonderful hearts in in the skiing areas and i love skiing and i have to admit i love california. I love california such a wonderful place to ski. I shouldn't say this probably is a representative of a swiss tourist office. But what you missed here. All the after skiing the cabinets and you'll get your wine and and then you have to work in on it though you. We're building european villages all over this game. It's not enough to melt so their liability issues we can't. That's that's what i think chateau day. Can we talk a little bit about ballooning. Before maybe this k- yeah now. I went up in a balloon over the alps. it was a very scary experience. Know i mean there was one guy cowering in the bottom of the balloon. We call it the basket. Yeah he never he never made it up to see the view at all. He was hanging onto my ankles. Michael that's that's too bad as today's it's the best place in the world to do ballooning and the world balloon museum. Well yeah and who. I forgot.
U.N. Warns Sexual Violence Being Used as Weapon of War in Ethiopia's Tigray Region
"Disturbing reports of continued to emerge of widespread abuse including sexual violence against civilians. In ethiopia tigray region the development comes nearly six months since conflict erupted there. The children's fund unicef said on tuesday. There is no end in sight to the conflict. Said agency spokesperson. James elder after returning from a visit to northern among the many victims was a sixteen year. Old girl called maier-witt. Mr elder told journalists in geneva she had walked three hundred kilometers could be brought out on her back from the west of the country amid pretty intense fighting it was three hundred kilometers and broken flipflops stories about she a star in physics and now she searching food and hasn't seen a classroom in a year more than a million people have been displaced and continuing fighting has restricted humanitarian access. And the opportunity for people to return home. According to the un agency sexual violence and gang rape is likely widespread with one center for survivors. Taking three witness statements. Day between the start of the year and april. The conflict is the result of months of escalating tensions between the ethiopian government and the dominant regional force. The tigray people's liberation front teepee which culminated in prime minister. Ahmed a military offensive after rebels attacked a federal army base in november
Fresh update on "geneva" discussed on Morning Edition
"A 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Everything. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Israel says its latest series of air strikes in Gaza targeted tunnels used by Hamas, along with the homes of some of its suspected commanders. Residents of Gaza say today's airstrikes were the heaviest since the violence erupted little more than a week ago. The executive editor of The Associated Press, is calling for an investigation into an Israeli air strike that targeted and destroyed a building in Gaza housing the AP and other media. I think the reality of the situation is that that office in Gaza is in a critical location on Dis does impact the world's right to know what is happening on both sides of the conflict in real time, that's a P editor Sally Busby. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel had intelligence showing Hamas had a presence in the building. He says that evidence was shared through intelligence channels. New Corona virus infections and covert 19 deaths have risen in the UK over the past week. Villa marks reports from London researchers have said people should be concerned about a new variant first identified in India, which is hospitalized a handful of Britons who already had their first vaccine dose Britain's health minister said Sunday there was increasing confidence vaccines would resist the new variant. But he admitted it was like to become the UK is dominant strain on local lockdowns could soon be reintroduced to stamp it out. This is NPR news from Washington. A new study suggests putting in long hours at work raises a person's chances of dying from heart disease and stroke. Lisa Schlein reports on the findings from the World Health Organization and the International Labor Organization. The report says People who work at least 55 hours a week have a higher risk of dying from heart disease and stroke. World Health Organization expert Frank Peco says men are most affected by these work related diseases 70% off all death from cardiovascular disease or current manner. Also the regions that are most effective ourself East Asia in the Western Pacific. And we can tell you that piece that middle Asian older workers I just proportionally couldn't picture says most recorded deaths are among people age 60 to 79. The covered 19 pandemic has increased the number of people working from home. The study warns that blurring lines between work and home can lead to longer hours and greater health risks. For NPR NEWS. I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva. Authorities in Southern California say they're questioning two suspects in connection with the wildfire that's forced about 1000 residents to evacuate their homes That's in a canyon community of Los Angeles. That fire is burning in the Santa Monica Mountains. It broke out late Friday. No injuries have been reported. Wall Street futures are mixed this morning. I'm Dave Mattingly. NPR News in Washington. And this is NPR on W N Y se on this Monday morning. Good morning on Michael Hill, 57 now isolated showers this afternoon in a high in the mid seventies. For the first time in a year. New York City's subways are back to 24 hour service during the pandemic, the empty eh maybe unprecedented decision to shut down the trains to customers for two or more hours overnight for disinfecting. Now empty a chairman. Pad voices, writers can get uninterested Subway service once again. We're at a critical moment in New York City's recovery and at the empty A. We've got a singular focus right now, and that is bringing writers back to mass transit. Voices cleaning protocols will continue for subways, Busses and commuter rails. The empties also continuing to offer first come first served covert vaccinations in subway stations..
COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?
"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.
Fresh update on "geneva" discussed on Talk Nerdy
"Earned. Everyone's profound respect not that they wanted more to come after her. But for this particular woman this individual person they had tremendous respect. And you know it's so interesting because we can look at these sort of Gender role and gender contextual connections. Not quite the right word but The way that that we often will see this recapitulate. And when there's someone who's quote the exception to the rule or at least that's how it's viewed by the sort of like normative culture. So here we're talking about a hetero normative white male culture and then a woman comes in and they're like oh she's the exception. She's very smart. She's very interesting. she's the exception. Let's kind of pattern on the back and say you know go you. Wow your interesting maybe we can learn from you but unfortunately there's also the tack which has taken quite often where it's like. This is a threat to me. Let's figure out how to undermine this. Let's figure out how to put her in her place or prevent her from being able to shine so in a way. It's it's good that elizabeth at least was able to kind of prove her worth and that the the men in her you know her colleagues were able to say look at you. You're worthwhile but i can only imagine that there must have been some of that that other ring you see a lot with race relations in this country as well. You see people. I'm not racist. I have a black friend and me. It's like but you see that person as an exception to a rule you don't see them as normative right. I mean. I think the the image that i came to when writing about her graduation from geneva medical college was that she was like a comet. She was this glorious streak of light across the sky that everybody looked at it went. Ooh but the stars stayed in their places and nothing else about the cosmos changed And and and comments are few and far between right. We don't we don't have comments every night. Comets are nice but they only come around once every you know decades That idea that she was astonishing. But now let's get back to the way things usually are right. And so then. Of course i still want to continue onto elizabeth's career and all of the incredible things that she did in some of the hurdles that she was up against but of course so now we think of this. You know historically when we look in hindsight and go okay. She blazed the trail at everybody standing on her shoulders and then and then the door was open. But that's not really how it worked out. Oh right yeah no. She actually thought it would go. She figured if she could prove that this was possible that every other women would would follow her and other male medical institutions would let them in And the truth is other women did follow her but the male medical institutions closed their doors even harder having having having realize that a woman could do this they were even more determined to prevent it And complicate matters the same time. Just after elizabeth graduated. The first female medical colleges began to open one in boston. Philadelphia around eighteen fifty and once those institutions opened the mainstream male medical institutions. Had no reason to have to admit a woman they could say go there. Go to the women's college there for you. Why do you have to come here. So so it. In fact when. Emily came along five years later. I was sort of anointed her younger sister to follow her into medicine because she wanted some company It was even harder for emily to find a place. Even geneva college said no thanks. We've had one blackwell sister. we don't need another one. You know. I'm interested kind of looking back at the time. When these all women medical colleges opened up was there were you able to find any information about the quality of the education. Would you say that they were kind of separate but equal or were they actually Getting a subpar education at these universities or did we have the opposite where these women were working so hard to overcome and the male institutions had become a little bit complacent. No i think this was separate but mediocre. Yeah especially as far as the blackwell sisters were concerned as they looked at the the graduates. Coming out of the female medical colleges really were not impressed. Sort of by definition the the men who were the professors in these medical colleges because You know they're they weren't largely led by women were by definition not at the top of their game because if they were at the top of their game why would they need to be teaching in a women's medical call right so You know the sisters once. They had finished their training. Converged and founded at the new york infirmary for indigent women and children Which was partly to provide free medical care to women in the tenements who wanted to consult a female doctor but also to be a place for the women graduates out of the female medical colleges to come and train. began and when they started to receive those graduates and use them as their resident assistants. They were not impressed with the quality education. Ironically what they ended up doing was something they had never wanted to do which was found a women's medical college of their own Attached to their infirmary and make it better than not just better than other women's medical colleges better than the men's colleges to right okay. So so we've got these women's colleges that are that are opened up. Where did emily ended up attending. Does she go to a women's college no she. There was. there was some healthy rivalry. They're not or or or competitive spirit. I don't think. Emily had any intention of winning a degree that was any less prestigious than the one her sister had one. Not that geneva college was particularly prestigious but at least it was a men's medical college so emily i started at rush college which was in chicago. had a wonderful first year there at which point her mentor went on sabbatical. And the trustees after she arrived for her second year because medicine. Medical school was only two years. Then you arrived and they said actually could go away. We don't want you here anymore. and instead of going home to lick her wounds she added and went to cleveland medical college and finished up their cleveland. Medical college has evolved into case western. Okay officially she got her degree from there. Yeah yeah okay. And so at the time once she graduated. Elizabeth.
Myanmar Could Descend Into a Civil War Comparable to Syria
"The ongoing repression of largely peaceful protests in san market descended into full blown conflict on a par with syria. You and rights chief. Michelle basch lead has warned in a fresh appeal to the country's military rulers to stop using live ammunition on demonstrators. The high commissioner also urged states with influence to take immediate action to halt the slaughter. She warned on tuesday that a small number of people had decided to on themselves after security forces reportedly used indiscriminate weapons against them including mortars from the office of the high commissioner for human rights. His spokesperson ravina. Shonda sanni in geneva over the weekend credible reports indicate that the tatmadaw forces opened fire with rocket propelled grenades fragmentation grenades and mortar. Fire in boggle in the south of the country security forces also reportedly prevented medical personnel from helping the wounded more than seven hundred a report of being killed in the crackdown by security forces. Since the military coup on the first of february the un human rights office said that clashes between the military and ethnic armed groups have also intensified in kachin. Sean and in states where the military have carried out air strikes that have killed and displaced civilians.
Bye Bye Cellulite?
"Today my fabulous co host is dr cats. He is a board certified dermatologist and director of the geneva skin and laser center. Right here in manhattan dr katz. Thank you so much for being with us today. Number with you So everybody's gonna wanna listen up because cellulite. It is a huge problem. I feel like having been in this beauty community forever. The way that i look at cellulite is that it's kind of like if your boss was to bring their bratty child to a party. It's something we all know about. It's it's a problem we all have to deal with. But there's nothing you can really do about it so nobody wants to touch it. Is that pretty accurate. That's how cellulite has been regarded. Yeah absolutely i mean we. We used to call cellulite. The holy grail he goes there have been so. Many treatments have been touted to work from lasers to Radio frequency to topical agents caffeine aminov. Flynn medication that you rub on his skin. All different types of things and you know what most of them did nothing you know. It's it's interesting too. Because i think that i want to talk a little bit about what cellulite is. What causes it. But before we get into that. I also want to specify boomer talking sometimes about you know quote unquote treating things. There's a difference between actually trading a problem and making it appear like making the appearance. Less notable and i think sometimes people confuse that they think fit like. Oh if i use this cream. This cream is actually going to treat it when really know it might help make the appearance somewhat less noticeable things like
Deep Concerns From WHO Over Brazil COVID Deaths
"Brazil's covid. Nineteen ordeal is deeply concerning the un health agency settled friday in an appeal for greater vigilance and new measures to prevent transmission of the virus. Dr margaret harris from the world health organization. Who told journalists. In geneva that the latin american country needed more government support urgently brazilians. Spain suffering terrible losses but the message is again the public health social measures work. You have to apply them now. It is very difficult for people who are living in crowded conditions so they need the support as needed to support at every level to to avoid the crowding avoid the close contact to everyone who is potentially infected needs to be identified says that they can be removed from the healthy the who spokesperson also called for much greater testing for infection. Before repeating the agency's call to follow the example of countries that had ruled out national vaccination programmes averting large numbers of deaths today to brazil has seen the second highest death toll from the corona virus after the united states. More than three hundred and forty thousand deaths latest vaccine data from the. Who shows that. The country has dispensed nearly twenty million sits but the world faces a serious shortfall of vaccines which has left many countries waiting to begin their inoculation campaigns. Talk to harris said
COVID-19 vaccine reaches world's far corners
"More than one. Hundred countries and economies have now received cave nineteen vaccines through the un partnered equitable corona virus. Busting scheme kovacs. The first delivery of life saving jobs arrived in ghana on the twenty fourth of february announcing the news on thursday the world health organization. Who said that more than thirty. Eight million doses of astrazeneca fire and serum institute of india have being transported globally. So far the aim is to deliver at least two billion doses of vaccines in two thousand and twenty one. In particular to developing countries. The development comes as who and other health regulators reaffirmed the overwhelming value of the astra zeneca or a covid nineteen vaccine amid ongoing concerns about clotting events among a very small number. You've had the job in statements on wednesday evening. Who's global advisory committee on vaccine safety. The european medicines agency and the uk's regulator or concluded that the benefits of taking the vaccine outweigh the very rare potential risks more than one hundred ninety million doses of the astros. Zenica vaccine have been administered today but only one hundred eighty. Two cases of clotting have been reported. Who said as it advised countries to continue to vaccinate with the as at vaccine not that it had saved millions of lives and prevented serious illness
Cornell University To Require COVID-19 Vaccine For On-Campus New York Students
"For its students and staff. CBS is least Matteo has the details. Cornell University officials say all students and staff returning to Ithaca, Geneva and Cornell Tech campuses will be required to get a covert shot for the fall semester. Those with religious beliefs or medical conditions that don't allow them to receive the vaccine will be exempt. Officials say. The move will place them in a better position to resume in person classes. The New York College follows other institutions like Rutgers Universe. City who announced a school wide mandate last month. Lisa Matteo CBS News, a
Artists on the loose at the Large Hadron Collider
"At the beginning of the universe minutes after the big bang as temperature cooled the most fundamental particles of matter came into existence so neutrons protons photons electrons and others the basic building blocks of everything we know and see and much way died and to study these teeny tiny particles tucked inside every atom in the universe. invisibly are physicists. Nate this vast instrument one that occupies an entire vast landscape two hundred hectares of farmland. The contrast between big and small here cyber czar. We're about eighty eight meters underground. That the moment kilda. I'm jacob new-zealand. It's great we have people from all walks of life and all over provision who got physicists engineers computer scientists edmund people like me and they're all from different parts of the world i think from the star of the these filled like a mini country so i'm asking schroeder and i'm a experimental particle physicists. In i don't know somehow. When i leave sern i realized that i'm still honing in the normal world. I don't know some kind of refuge from everything else that is going on outside in the world and here science is what really matters. I feel like Since great that it's a kind of a political place you know. The relationship with russia never changed during the cold war with. We're about science purely about saying well not just science. I'm here for art to people as you'll hear science friction with natasha mitchell. Many meters underground this week and easter special from our archive inside the heart of soon. Just outside of geneva in switzerland home to the world's largest most powerful particle accelerator. The large hadron collider the hcc. Now this of course is the place where the elusive higgs. Boson particle was discovered. And where last week scientists hinted they just might have discovered a brand new force of nature or put it another way a violation in the standard model of
Monday’s blaze uprooted more than 45,000 mostly ethnic Rohingya
"The reindeer refugees who lost everything in a massive at a camp in southern bangladesh. Need the world support more than ever. That's the message from the. Us emergency relief. Chief mark lowcock his released fourteen million dollars from a central fund to support thousands of families that coupon camp in southern bangladesh. Monday's blaze up rooted more than forty. Five thousand mostly ethnic ringer. The cause of the fire is still unknown. As is the exact number of casualties at the camp. You in children's fund spokesperson. James elder told you a news shortly after the blaze was brought under control u. n. team on the ground have been reporting. I've the last twelve hours that they have not really seen anything at the scale and intensity that has ripped through homes. You've got ten people living in a small shanty as a family or as an extended family so you end reporting at the moment that at least fifteen people dead four hundred missing tens of thousands so again already living a very difficult situation tens of thousands of lost what they call their homes. And what have a mega positions. They had a statement on thursday. Mr lowcock described the refugees who fled what top officials of liken to ethnic cleansing in myanmar. In two thousand seventeen as one of the world's most vulnerable communities they need our support now more than ever as the covid nineteen pandemic continues to take its toll and with the approaching monsoon season. The un emergency relief coordinator explained.
Probe announced into alleged Tigray rights violations
"Alleged serious abuses and rights violations in ethiopia's tigray region are to be investigated by the un the office of the high commissioner for human rights. Oh chr said on. Thursday the probe which will be carried out jointly by the high commissioner's office and the european human rights commission is described as part of the much needed accountability process for the victims. The development comes after fighting began in the north ethiopian state on the fourth of november last year between forces loyal to regional powerbrokers the teepee l. f. and national government forces serious human rights violations and abuses have been reported. The rights office said in a statement it pointed to multiple actors involved in the conflict and the gravity of the reported violations and the need for an objective independent investigation which will start as soon as possible and for an initial period of three months
The death toll rises sharply in Myanmar
"The death toll among protesters in myanmar sword in the last week amid ongoing violence following the their urine rights chief. Michelle bachelet said on tuesday. Latest data from the office of the high commissioner for human rights confirms that at least at one hundred and forty nine people have been victims of the unlawful use of lethal force since the military takeover on the first of february at least eleven were killed on monday and fifty seven died over the weekend and there are many more reports of further killings that the un rights office said. It has not been able to corroborate yet. Spokesperson ravina shoved asahi told journalists in geneva that the high commissioner had appealed for all states which have influence to take measures to ensure that the violence comes to an end. There is really a clear need for a unified message from the security council to one stress that this violence needs to be brought to an end and to call for accountability of the perpetrators of this violence and of previous severe human rights violations. That were committed by the military with the situation dire and getting worse by the day. Ms shoved sunny added that the high commissioner was also concerned that any sanctions imposed against neon mar should be targeted against specific military officials rather than broad sanctions which may impact on the wider population
UN health agency backs AstraZeneca COVID vaccine amid blood clot concerns
"The world health organization. Who set on friday that it was aware of blood clot concerns linked to a specific batch of astrazeneca oxford covid nineteen vaccine but it maintained. That experts believed that the benefits outweighed the risks according to who data hundreds of millions of doses of coronavirus vaccine have been administered globally. No one has died from any of the jobs. Spokesperson dr margaret harris told journalists during a regular briefing in geneva. Her comments coming after several countries suspended inoculation campaigns as a precaution as nine th march they have been over to sixty eight million doses of covid. Nineteen vaccines adminster since the start of the pandemic that's based on data reported. Who by national governments know causes of death have been found her being caused by covid. Nineteen vaccines to date. Dr harris noted that the. Who's independent expert. Global advisory board sage was currently assessing reports on the astra zeneca vaccine and that their findings would be made public as soon as possible. Blood clotting episodes are also common in people. So it's not clear if this was something that was going to happen or whether the vaccine was responsible the. Who spokesperson added as a friday. The twelfth of march there have been more than one hundred and eighteen million confirmed cases of covid nineteen globally including two point six million debts
UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar
"Finally the united nations security council has strongly condemned the violence against peaceful protesters in myanmar and voiced deep concern movement restrictions amid ongoing protests at military takeover last month in a statement issued on wednesday night. The fifteen member body also reiterated at school for the immediate release of all those detained arbitrarily the council also expressed the need to uphold democratic institutions and processes and also refrain from violence while also urging humanitarian access to all those in need as the situation had the potential to make matters worse in raccoon state and other regions according to the un figures separate from the political strife that has resulted from the first february military takeover. About one million are in need of support and protection across myanmar
Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February
"Polar vortex was responsible for the freezing conditions in the state of texas at last month. Your weather experts of said before warning of a worrying increase in global carbon dioxide levels spokesperson cleanliest from the world meteorological organization. Wmo told journalists during a regular briefing in geneva that the united states shiver through its coldest february since one thousand nine hundred nine thanks to the natural phenomenon to do with vortex. This is an area of low pressure cold air surrounding the polls. It normally keeps that the optic woman air and lower latitudes weakened this winter that meant that he called egg Sitting out the object woman by contrast went into pods of the optic minnelli's added that no less than sixty two all time. Daily called minimum temperature records were broken in the united states from february. The eleventh to this extinct. According to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration february temperatures were also well below the one thousand ninety one to twenty twenty average over much of the russian federation and north america. But they were well. Above average over parts of the arctic and from north west africa to southern europe and china the un agency also cautioned that although february was a relatively cold month. This does not negate the long-term warming trend from climate change. Cold records are becoming rarer in contrast to heat temperature records and heat waves. We expect this trend to continue. Wmo said in a statement
Myanmar Military Used Live Ammunition To Quell Protests
"Rights. Michelle bachelet has issued a fresh appeal to myanmar's security forces to hold what she called their vicious crackdown on peaceful. Protestors myanmar's military stop murdering and jailing protesters the un rights. Chief said on thursday adding that it was hard to use live ammunition against the civil disobedience movement in the country since military takeover on the first of february at least fifty four people have been killed by police and military officers said spokesperson for the office of the high. Commissioner ravina sean. To sony off the fifty four cases at least thirty people were killed in yangon. Mandalay sang mugabe and mourn by security forces on wednesday alone. Another person was documented to have been killed on tuesday and eighteen people on sunday and five prior to that it is difficult to establish how many people have suffered injuries but credible information indicates at a minimum. That hundreds have been wounded protests. Shoved
38 killed as Myanmar protesters suffer "bloodiest day" since coup
"Mass protests in Myanmar against the military coup just over a month ago. Wednesday was one of the bloodiest day so far with reports that 38 people were killed after the security forces opened fire on the demonstrators. And yet today Thursday, large numbers of protesters are back on the streets despite that threat of lethal violence. This footage was taken in Yang gone the main city and captured the sound of stun grenades and tear gas being fired at demonstrators. have also been reports the live rounds of again being used today. Well, the protesters reinforced barricades with tires and barbed wire, many chanting in protest. Been talking to one leading pro democracy activist in Myanmar, also a former TV host in Yangon. She's thin zah suddenly who's been telling me more? Do we have in horror, serious, fatal shooting yet, But we've been hearing arrest being conducted by the police and authority. So and also we'll worry about the detain people there. 1000 people already got detained and some of them are already ensured that they couldn't meet with their Even with the lawyers, But what lots of people are still come out onto the streets, even though it was so dangerous yesterday exactly. Despite all these brutal killing yesterday, But today we witness large numeral people even more than yesterday, you know, get on street, especially on those area with the brutal Crackdown in me engine in mo. Your more people in Ah, in a township level protest happening the whole day today, but on people scared, scared for their lives. Obviously, people are scared for our life that we are more scared off the future like our generation's future If we don't resist if we don't Ricks our life right now than our generations. You can't would live with us forever. And what can you tell us about these reports of protesters barricading blocking off their streets? That happened since the crack house that it so in yesterday as well in no local Oppa, where the Buddha crackdown happen in the angle the block in the last gig in the main road. So that military track cannot come in. So and then, when we can block the roads, then the protester can protest in their own place in a safe are, you know in the far distant place? Um, not just make sure very Kate. You know, because the military you nick and military in Yemen are patriarchal societies. Also now woman are using their and the well, you know, as buried as a barricade as well. So you can see today's photo. These soldiers are so busy picking up you know all these trying to destroy all these very gay because they can't get in and under the woman and away because they feel like if they go into that, then they don't have any dignity at all. This is a kind off social norms that they have religious noon. So it's stop them. It was actually working on. Is it true that some members of the police have bean abandoning their uniforms and going over to the protesters? Is that right? It's not like they're going directly to the protest area is like they're deciding the police stations and they're joining the CD M 70 so we don't movement because of the brutal killing. They would not the experience and they couldn't Um well, they orders anymore. So we're seeing today more more. Policemen are joining the civet. So Vidia movement, But how many is it Just is it just a few Compared to the other day. It was more like we're seeing around 30 30 like as reported from the new sources around 30. Police meant, um in the nationwide level are joining. I think They have many more were not reported. You know, even I was helping. Ah, police meant, you know, running off in the early morning just yesterday because he couldn't wait any day. You know any longer, Tonto to get our office Police stations were about to speak to the United Nations Human Rights Office in in Geneva. I just wonder what would you say to them? The United Nations being in phone about me or my situation for a long time since 30 years ago, the ethnic minorities from my country are being reported about the project killings, arbitrary arrest and all these things. Find the same army in the same pendant. You know, indiscriminately doing the same thing to us theory ruins of people as well. So the United Nations is already in for more than enough. Just that they need to actually add on that
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"geneva" Discussed on UN News
"I think the unique role of the united nations is facilitating the responsible management of global public goods global public health in an interconnected interdependent. World is a public good and yet the mechanisms we have in place seem to need greater empowerment. Better deal with the threats to global health. I think what's in demand is a un that is more inclusive that those who have their hands on the levers of power the diversity of actors in the world is very different from what it was seventy five years ago and if the un is to be relevant it has to better reflect the diversity of stakeholders and then he has to grow more focused more effective in addressing. What a truly global public goods. And i think the secretary general will be coming back on the demand of the security council demand that was nurtured by our work with very concrete proposals on how to go about that but the key thing will be ensuring that as the public will to put those recommendations of the secretary general inter action. Yes oh really that brings me to my final question. And it was whether the un itself has a bright future in addition to multi-lateralism. And i should say there were speaking a day. After supporters of president trump storm the us capitol building temporarily halting disputed of november's presidential election result in addition to that stunning development. We've also had of course the whole cova ordeal that you spoken about and all sorts of toxic disinformation and distrust online of institutions and indeed vaccines and just with that in mind for brito. I mentioned the calls for reform that were thrown up by the survey. Could you maybe touch on those please. One of the things. We have to be very mindful of an i say this somebody who's the un across all continents and often conflict areas will. My life is to findings one that the un has very broad support. There's no question of that and it seen even as more important moving forward than it was over the past seventy five years but at the same time the un is seen as rather remote and people are not fifty percent of the people are not aware of how it's had any direct impact in their lives. So were the. Un is supported. but we're also seeing a little bit out of touch and a little bit. Were remote and i think one of the things. One of the challenges for all of us is is is to get the un out on the streets. I mean the un cannot be seena something locked behind compounds with massive fences were an elite of diplomats. An elite of international public servants discuss the problems of the world among themselves. We have to get out of our white landcruisers in the field. We have to get out of office. Blocks in manhattan and geneva and addis and santiago and help grow and understanding to the un is not some remote bureaucracy where all the un in an interconnected interdependent..
"geneva" Discussed on UN News
"Sorry for the pronunciation being quarantine. He used music there to get in touch with young people and explained about covert and ready to express solidarity. Maybe you could put some flesh on that story for me. You pronounce your thin and that this is story was powerful because gristle is a young khabour and he worked with un team in bolivia and it was really powerful because he used he book to civilize about and here a game it. Bob is a would like to say it exists everywhere not only one country so we it again. If misinformation is a global issue then the answer is also global and this is what the job was very effective because he lives there he suffered there. He was without work. I mean he needed to survive like in when kristoff talk about the local populations in in in africa. He said i mean varies economic issues. We we cannot just think okay. Putin moscow do this. And that i mean. They have really economic problems in greece. Even with they all his problems he wanted to help. He wanted to be part of the solution singing and doing what he knows to do. Thank you that salons and quickly to al. If i may it would be interesting to hear your insight because you and i together here. It your engine. We've covered the ebola crisis not only in the democratic republic of the congo but there are so many similarities. Aren't there between the approach to how you tackle something as deadly as ebola as you might have also approached covert and the question of trust is one. That's really important to getting the trust of the communities and overcoming stigma. What do you think about what kristof said any. Did that bring up any memories of al coverage of ebola in the past there essential. Thank you salons years. That's right it's not enough to have a vaccine and regarding what is the said. It's not enough to have a vaccine the disease you have also the bought of the community or your health interventions won't work and i think won't health organization has this time in a gang press conference over the years in geneva this also cutting off respecting traditional beliefs in light of the funeral practice. That transmitted disease after munoz became infect by touching the defendant. So it's this kind of things can only be addressed by people who have the trust of the community. And i want to complete them by evoking some listen from ebola in west africa where the community engagement was one of the key to stop the spread of disease and in the fight against covid nineteen it highlights importance of building trust working with the healthcare workers and communities thank you. I know that is something that all of the humanitarian coordinators of the united nations all humanitarian 's would echo because one of the things they say to us when we talk to them is. Oh my goodness got so many meetings. I can't get into the field enough because that's where you stay in contact with people on. That's where you really understand what the needs are on the ground so that issue of trust is obviously very difficult to define. But it's something that you can't do without on. I think salons and alpha unless you have anything else to say that brings us to the end of our first. Un catch-up datelined geneva. I don't think we will take this forward listeners. If your happy with this we would love to hear from you at n geneva. Just get in touch with information service. And maybe you have a store that you'd like to share because we'd like to hear from you so just remains for me to thank salaj tailgate gutters and alfred yellow from geneva. My name is daniel johnson until next time..
"geneva" Discussed on UN News
"That's really important to getting the trust of the communities and overcoming stigma. What do you think about what kristof said any. Did that bring up any memories of of ebola in the past there essential done. Thank you salons years. That's right it's not enough to have a vaccine and regarding what is the black said it's not enough to have a vaccine Disease you have to get also the support of the community or your health. Interventions won't work. And i think one tenth organization has this time in again a press conference over the years in geneva. This also cutting off respecting traditional beliefs in light of the funeral. Practice that transmitted disease after munoz can infect by touching the defendant. So it's kind of things can only be addressed by people who have the trust of the community and i want to complete them by evoking some listen from ebola in west africa whereas the community engagement was one of the key to stop the spread of disease and in the fight against covid nineteen it highlights importance of building trust working with the healthcare workers and communities thank you l. i know that is something that all the humanitarian coordinators of the united nations all all humanitarian 's would echo because one of the things they say to us when we talked to them is. Oh my goodness. I've got so many meetings. I can't get into the field enough because that's where you stay in contact with people on. That's what you really understand. What the needs are on the ground so that issue of trust is obviously very difficult to define. But it's something that you can't do without on. I think salon and alpha unless you have anything else to say that brings us to the end of our first. Un catch-up datelined geneva. I think we will take this forward listeners. If your happy with this we would love to hear from you at geneva. Just get in touch with information service. And maybe you have a story that you'd like to share because we'd like to hear from you so just remains for me to thank solarte's gate got as and alfred yellow from geneva. My name is daniel johnson until next time..
"geneva" Discussed on Security Now
"So this is really interesting. . China's great firewall titans. . A few weeks ago China added a rule. . To Block one of T.. L. . S.. . One Point Three's new privacy enhancing features e SNI encrypted server name indication. . Remember the once upon a time, , a single IP address could only be bound to a single web server certificate. . When any client connected. . A Browser, , the web server listening at that Ip's port. . Would respond with a certificate for the domain that was associated with that Ip. . This prevented the practice that has now very common in crucial especially for IP v four known as multiple hosting. . Multiple, , hosting allows multiple separate domains to all point to the same single Ip. . But for that to work the client, , typically a Web Browser must somehow indicate from which among multiple possible domains at that Ip it wishes to be served. . So an extension was added to SSL to allow the clients. . SSL Hello handshake packet to make that specification. . Clear. . The web server answering at that Ip would inspect the incoming SSL hello packet. . If it was in possession of valid web certificate matching the domain the client was requesting in that hello packet. . It would select the web server would select that certificate for the subsequent SSL negotiation and would also remember which website to serve to the client when the den made its first, , you are L. request. . From a privacy standpoint. . The trouble with this is that the so-called Sni server name indication necessarily had to be provided to the server right up front before the SSL connections privacy encryption could be established. . So that allowed any passive eavesdroppers to easily determine to which is fine. . This pending SSL connection was being directed. . And one could imagine if you were China running the great firewall, , you would be interested in. . Secure connections coming up and to which domains they are going to. . But this this overt lack of privacy drove those evolving the T. L. S. standard to work out a means, , which is present. . Now, , N. T. L. S. one point three of adding encryption to the S. and I extension to create e SNI encrypted server name indication. . This is good for user privacy but of course, , it's the bane for anyone having any anti privacy agenda such as presumably the Chinese State <hes>, , which we know has a manifest interest in controlling in censoring what is citizens are allowed to enable to access. . Since adoption of new security standards is notoriously slow. . This wasn't initially a problem for China, , but as T. L. S. one point, , three usage has continued to grow. . The growing usage of ESPN I as a feature of T. L. S. one point three had been giving Chinese censors some headaches. . I have a chart in the show notes, , which is encouraging <hes>. . This shows as of the beginning of twenty eighteen. . So two and a half years. . where the various SSL's and T. LSS are and the the all while the where we are now the bottom two lines today SSL to an SSL three are who looks like less than and maybe ten percent S. L. Three <hes> but steadily dropping <hes> T. L. S. one point two is on the rise <hes>. . One point one is dropping one point Oh is dropping and one point three is also on the rise. . So looks like Tijuana's almost at one hundred, percent , support and. . Tia last one point three is currently at nearly one third thirty, , one point, seven , percent. . So definitely on the rise, , and that means that nearly a third of connections with clients supporting. . It at the client end and servers supporting out at the server end would be blinding the Chinese firewall to who they're connecting to. . And as I noted at the top turns out that China has reacted. . Just recently two weeks ago <hes> a bit of a heavy hand by simply blocking any T. L. S. one point, , three connections which use ES I. . Other. . https traffic is still allowed through the great firewall. . If, , it uses an older version of T. L. S. or non encrypted SNI. . And it's unclear what China expects to have happened <hes>. . One, point , three and Esn, , I are here to stay. . But. . Perhaps, , not in China maybe you'll maybe browsers will. . Feature turnoff encrypted es and I A and just fall back to. . which would still give you the other benefits of one point three but allow China to eavesdrop. . I found an entry in the. . List Archive dated from just a couple of weeks ago July thirtieth it was titled in Brackets, , T. L. S. and then it said possible blocking of encrypted SNI extension in China. . And the posting said, , the great firewall of China may have identified and blocked cloudflare's. . Es Implementation. . He said the poster said I have found that when using a T. L. S. client hello. . With esn, , I extension to connect to servers behind cloudflare's cdn, , the connection will be cut off after the whole Thi ls handshake is done and then that Ip address will be blocked at TCP level for several minutes.
"geneva" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"About her hot husband with his big ASS. Dick I love hearing about her career. I love when they talk about the movies. The soap opera the everything I am here for Charlie Sheen here for all the drama I love it, but the Denise Richards that they lost the opportunity of filming because of Lucille Lucy apple juice because of all the nonsense. I can't even say 'cause I didn't. Yeah Yeah. We miss that denise and this year. We're getting this. Denise and this is what you're giving news. Yeah, it's weird. Just as much as I blame denise. Off Denise fucking here for her. I like it i. also something bothers me about Denise's like this petty, but get out of the fucking genes like drives me nuts. She can't. She strolls in Santa Barbara and it's like again. You're in Santa Barbara I went to school there, so like watching that was phenomenal. See, but it's like you just rolling, thought about usually that whereas sundress like getting the vibe. Why are you coming in and boot? Cut Jeans like it's just I want to. See Her as sexy denise. Baby tight hip-hugging like Lisa better pump dress with our boobs up in our our big. Terrible is that denise dressed now? Seeing you know they're like housewife. Seen that kind of comes before they're. They're shot they're. Seem that off the shoulder like orange light. Keller Orange I would have worn that when I was in Undergrad like buying it off like a discount rack for. Ninety nine, I pick that shit out so hard core. Two thousand three like that would have been sucking jam. Why wearing that on Beverly Hills in twenty twenty? Yeah, drives me, nuts, I, because yeah I think beverly, hills to opulent right like they dressed like assholes, but it's kind of fun to watch, and she just dresses like it's just boring to me. I Don I don't know. I like to see her sexed up a bit me to even for Aaron and that loved my may words on the screen, the call whatever the coke captions said errands as Erica's Calvin Aaron I just think it's funny when the? Secular but I love. Erica, saying that her daughter probably had threesomes, and then doubling down on it like your kids have heard this shit I. Guess that's why I can see after a while. I might choke somebody if you're saying four daughters having three cents I'm GonNa lunge. Maybe I don't know. Wish I wish we could have seen a reaction shot of denise seeing that season Hong. Oh yeah, yeah, like like. Like. How did she react when she heard that I was like? Oh. I can see how Eric Commute you. All teenagers sexed up and having sex, but everything's not. Listen fourteen and threesomes like then they should be therapy. We're not like. What I mean like. This is not as young. Young, Kids nowadays from my little. He's not having threesomes. Horrible to think about yeah. Ready just. Thing is it'd be different. That was lease or rent a saying that it's Erica who freaked out in Hong Kong, who just released a picture of her son. Who's this that and the other never shows nothing so protected of Penis? She has at home, yeah. Yeah for his is quiet as she is about her own kid. It's crazy that that she would say that and I love Erica, but now that was that was dirty, and like we were saying just a at the beginning of this conversation Geneva like I'm not here for fucking kids on these shows, so not only do. We have denise's kids or to have her kids friends. That's one of the big reasons why I think. Denise had a problem with. It is because it was like the other people. Were there I think that was. I would hope so because otherwise it's just like denise. You can't have it both ways like that's the only way like trying to judge. Of this. At the same time like denies set her piece. How do those ladies like understand that she wouldn't want her kids hearing? Even like I totally understand. Denise's pointedly sure they might talk about threesomes at school, but I don't want them talking about the cod three seasons in the context of their mother. And I get that I think that they all what Beverly Hill does very well is, they'll take one thing. It'll last for episodes right so like the first four were Glam comment from Kyle treat. Now we're in this phase, and then eventually they'll find something else, and it's like they should have just said you know what you had a point. We were offended, but we're GONNA move on right now. It's like everybody's like Ju feel better. Do you feel better? It's like a WHO cares. She had me. She made a comment. She told you how she felt about it. You eat it and that's it and then we can talk about sucking Dick with your kids all day if you WanNa, do. Leasing. Savigny when she said that when she was like. At least they know how to do it right I was like what who says I want to hear Harry. Say That you're the Sucker, not the sucky. Tell me if you're doing it right slow clerics. Gone do you think Harry and her together? Because Geneva think about their done There is a slight moment last week that I. Don't think a lot of people caught that moment when they were on the stairs, talking right a whole Range Range Rover. Yeah he! They were talking about Emilia's eating disorder Yup. It was super small thing under the breath and Harry said to her. This is because of you and I was shaken to my core, and I was like it was so bad that you have to go back. It is so subtle because of you. They are definitely not together then. I got. You Yeah I. Just think. Got Quoting that, but he eluded to that. Yeah, it came across like that conversation seemed very fake to me like they pretty. Yeah she was forcing him to like film, and so they were playing it off like they had these kids and everything's better, and it's like no, your your children are disaster. This is the vast I yeah at least Reynaud. We've talked about this on our podcast this season she is, we're Kinda overdid Lisa. I think an isolation I love Reynoso. School Renou like I grew up melrose play. Okay for our lives. Growing up like that's fucking read I love Reina but I don't know if you guys follow Bravo my girl Chelsea on instagram. She's an amazing follow. She hosted Oh my God. She posted a mean today and it just made me laugh so hard I, Oh my God! It was thing of Ercole so urkel. Doing this ends up. It does.
"geneva" Discussed on CarCast
"Conan said calls engined the tiny friendly giant and it has a single speed direct drive transmission. So I don't know. It's like a golf cart. It just describe it. This can be the ultimate family car or just the most irrational thing I mean. It's it's funny because they totally understand what they're doing. They understand how ridiculous this says that in their camps engine is called Free Valve. It's free valve technology that they created variable valve. Timing and lift basically has no limits. It's all basic controlled with a solo. Annoyed I guess it's electric as a fifteen kilowatt a battery. It can go thirty one miles on just battery or in hybrid mode. It has a total range of five hundred ninety miles. I don't know if that five hundred ninety miles. A how much drops when you're trying to do zero sixty in one point nine seconds from every single stop on the way to school got it will run on regular gas and it'll run on e eighty five and apparently it's pretty loud so it does have a supercar sound to it. They work with Acura Pov- ACC The the exhaust company. They have a titanium exhaust on this thing and I think a few companies are working with them now on on doing sort of. Oh we exhaust pretty pretty interesting stuff. But isn't it crazy looking? I mean it's crazy looking the entire car. It has a carbon fibre tub with aluminum substructures. The height is electrically adjustable. It has center lock carbon fiber wheels. It's got a twenty ones in the front twenty two in the rear exact tire size but I kinda Wanna see the doors kind of move in in action. I WANNA see like videos of those things happening in real time. But it's a four seat two door but with one big door to sizzling up. It has so much it looks like it's the easiest thing to get in and out of. I mean other than crawling into those bucket seats but for most part it's it's pretty nuts and it looks like the rear seats have actually more room than the front. That's what they're saying. They're saying that there's actually more room in this car than than you think. I I now. I questioned the sloping rear profile. What does that do for headroom but by rear glass big panoramic glass roof it? It's pretty interesting looking. Just don't know where we get to see one of these things because I'm so excited about seeing. What are these things in person? Well we'll see virtually I now because of the shows but yeah but the photos look incredible like we said about a million bucks. It's GonNa be an isn't it? Funny that we're jumping around and now we saved a Monday new seven sixty five talk about last. I know right I I somebody has to hit up. Chona's egg and go. Hey you know we're doing a sema show bill. I think it'd be pretty wacky to use one of your engines. Can I use your tiny little three cylinder? Two leader that makes five hundred ninety. Two horsepower could put that in in something right lake on. Go Kart right just be. That engine is impressive to me. More than the rest of the car the McLaren Seven Twenty S. You've heard US talk about the seven twenty s before One of my favorite cars. Just a great all around if you will every day supercar incredibly fast comfortable. It looks good. Has the front axle left? Sounds good I drove the coupe. We foam commercials and stuff with them. We did whatever social media stuff. We filmed a bunch of stuff for them. And then I drove the The spider which is cool. It's a it's a carbon fiber and glass hardtop convertible hardtop but then it had the electronic opacity if you will. I guess that's what they're calling it. It's you hit the button and it's clear glass and then you hit the button again. Instantly it goes to a frosted like white to block it out. So that's I don't know it's like a two or three thousand dollar option just to make the glass turn so one of the most capable cars in the mcclair lineup to seven twenty s. They gave it an update. And it's the seven sixty five Lt. Now we know in McLaren terminology. The Lt is long tail and technically it is a long tail but it's only about point three inches. It's like a little over a quarter of an inch longer than the seven twenty s but qualifies as long tail. And you can. You can get it as a lightweight version. And what they're doing is they have two versions of a lightweight seats a number of other things. They did a little less sound. Deadening things like that you can get it without air and without a the infotainment system and so in its lightest configuration. Two thousand nine hundred and fifty two horsepower. However although it's under three thousand pounds if you did put the air and it in the INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM. I think they're setup is only about twenty five pounds to add that stuff. You're still under three thousand pounds with a car that you can drive with air infotainment radio and all that stuff under three thousand pounds. They took a lot of the things from the Senna and they brought it over into this car. Some of the braking systems were optional. Braking System The head gasket style. They increase the horse power. So it's still a four leader. Va but the gets it gets bigger fuel. Pump gets Ford's Aluminum Pistons. It gets the head. Gaskets three layer head gasket. Like I'm assuming an MLS like multi-layer steel head gasket out of this and and a better freer flowing titanium exhaust And you can see the four tale of four exhaust pipes coming out. The back and the power is up to seven hundred and fifty four horsepower. It is it is impressive so I would say zero to sixty two point seven right two point seven and the braking system. This is. What's impressive you go from one hundred and twenty four miles an hour two zero in seven point two seconds? I don't know how you benchmark that against the other cars. I don't know how they come up with one hundred and twenty four miles an hour two zero why? They came up with that number but to give you some context. It's one point two seconds quicker than the seven twenty s which already is bad as the substantial. Yeah it two hundred and five mile an hour top speed and it's actually what's interesting is two. Oh five top. Speed the seven twenty s to eleven. Which is a little bit more? But it's because they've geared up the seven sixty five to be a little bit quicker accelerating and around a road course you can dig out of those turns a little bit more. I it's it's pretty bad. Asset Carson is very impressive. Three hundred seventy five thousand dollars is where you're going to start on that on that thing as well but I'll tell you what if he's got a half million bucks. Where what the hell are you? GonNa buy these days all the choices. And we we. May you know two of them with the Porsche and with this McLaren and those are just two versions of the of that of those vehicles that have many other versions. That are other options. It's just if I mean. Hey it's a wonderful time but I've never never would have imagined that there'd be this many specialty cars in each category available to the consumer I. It's it's unbelievable. Yeah it's fantastic and this car is bad. The seven twenty s is one of my favorite cars to drive i. I don't know what they're going to do in the aftermarket. I think one with a few thousand miles sold for I think the sticker was like three hundred and thirty five or three hundred and forty five thousand sold on bring a trailer for two hundred and something thousand We could probably dig it up and find out a red seven twenty S. I don't know you save one hundred grand saved ninety grand by getting it used but just a just a fantastic fantastic car to drive another little comparison for you is if you get a seven sixty five Lt. That's let's call it. Three thousand pounds with with a few of the options. The seven twenty s was three thousand one hundred sixty one pounds You know with similarly equipped so you do save a little bit of weight you get a little bump in horsepower overall. It's going to be a little bit louder both in and out of the car because the the new exhaust and less sound deadening material. So it's going to have a little bit more of that crazy supercar feel to it Impressive three hundred. Seventy five thousand bucks. I I don't know. Do you go with the McLaren McLaren. Maybe not seven sixty five maybe save a little money goes seven twenty ask Hugo Porsche. Nine Eleven Turbo S. It's a tough call. The Turbo S is a fantastic car. But porsches still considers it their flagship touring car right. It's not the GT three it's not the GT to start the RS. Is You know it's it's a little bit more. Let's say compliant on the road. I drove a turbo West. A few years ago Maybe more than a few years ago now. I think it was five hundred eighty horsepower. It had a lot of the options on. It was a gorgeous blue of you know. I don't zero to sixteen to nine or two eight whatever it is and I can tell you just driving that car actually. I had the car for a little while and I took it down to one of the. Hr WHEELS Open House events and that car is an I was able to actually take that car to willow springs as well. Two streets willow. So have you been able to sit in that car put it in? Its normal driving bowed drive it down San Diego drive it up to Willow Springs Listen TO THE RADIO. Make a few phone calls. It's as comfortable as can be and then get it onto the track put it in its sportplus mode and what an animal like. I've always said that the Porsche always had the most significant like a different modes like their sport mode track mode or sport and sport plus mode a so much of a jekyll and Hyde thing going on And we're starting to see that more and more with with cars today but For years now. They've always had such a crater balance. They really are dial in those those performance settings and probably a little bit different than the nine eleven. You got our wanders car right. Her her should turbo. Yeah a little bit. Yeah Ninety to ninety smoker. Yeah boy those cars are really gone up in value by. Yeah yeah it'd be good. That's that's a little bit of the trade off is is is that well. Listen if you guys want if you guys want some big horsepower you want to save some money. This is what you do. Visit your local dodge dealer the guys at Dodge they bring you a performance technology and great deals. And there's never been a better time right now because.
"geneva" Discussed on CarCast
"Peterson dot org slash car cast a show is your car and come out for the screening of Shelby American and some Some unseen footage some of the DVD. Extras I say. Dvd Extras bottom. It's blue rates. Dvd It's extras. I don't know what it is but it'll be alive car. Cash show is well. We're working on booking some some some very cool guests for that and happy to say that our friends from Jags From JAGS DOT com. They just a call and said hey man. We want to be a part of this. So we're we're going to have a car show and we're we have four categories of cars that are going to be judged and jags has stepped up and saying you know what you guys want to modify your cars get some cool stuff. They're giving away two hundred and fifty dollars gift card to each of the four category winners so show off your car. Maybe win some prizes. It's going to be cool event All right so there's a bunch of cars that were supposed to be released at Geneva and you're starting to see them pop up all over the place but there's a few on the list that you know some of the bigger cars The most impressive cars because we love the unattainable especially for regular folk But a big move. What do you guys think of the Porsche? Nine Eleven Turbo S. it's interesting that That Porsche released the twenty twenty one. Nine eleven turbo ask before the regular turbo and they did that because they they wanted it to be a halo car but also they said the turbo s out sells the regular turbo. Even though it's a big price bump but most people apparently that are spending that kind of money buying or leasing. I don't really know what the numbers are on those They'RE OPTING FOR THE TURBO S. And I've always thought the turbo s was a was a better Was a better deal when you think of some of the things that are included in it But it's GonNa be it's GonNa be pretty interesting. This is what we know about About the Turbo S is first of all it gets pretty significant bump in power. The Turbo S was five hundred and eighty horsepower. And now it's bumped to six hundred forty horsepower. And it's interesting because if it's five eighty and they bump it to six hundred six hundred horsepower. Number is nice but at that point. It's really Kinda difficult to feel twenty horsepower. But when you get this kind of a bump it does. It does make a difference. It does make a difference. This is something that you can you can feel. And what does that translate to a zero to sixty two point? Six seconds it's amazing bumper? Do with cars two point six seconds and if you feel like drag racing the thing. This thing will run ten fifties off the showroom floor. Pretty right it's got a top speed of two hundred and five miles an hour. I don't know if you're going to be able to do that but but it's it's pretty interesting and there's a lot going on with the car. There's a lot of A lot of development and changes into the car as far as how they package everything air intakes or the air filters are It's going to be It's a three point eight liter like we said six hundred and forty horsepower. Five hundred ninety pound feet of Torque and that's a jump of seventy four pound feet of torque over the previous model and I think that's where you're really gonNa feel it especially off the line is you're gonNA feel that That big Torque. I think the previous a Turbo S. two zero to sixty two point seven and this is two point five. I don't know it's pretty crazy right. Like the amount of powered how fast these things are crazy and how impressive that is. Can we skip the McLaren and go right to the four door? What is it a Mirror Chimera? So yes all right. We're GonNa take your because you just talk about the stats now compared to stab so four with this four door car. All right but that we're going to touch on a few of these by the Porsche. Turbo S. Two hundred and four thousand two four two four eight fifty for the coupe to seventeen six fifty for the Cabriolet and anybody that knows portion knows. That's pretty much alicarte card base price so feel free to throw objects on top of that all right. So let's talk about the Chona's egg on the McLaren as well because I do like the mcclair the Kona Zag camera is. I don't know if it's Jim Rome against I'm GONNA say camera. But here's the thing is is I just think of Godzilla in Gammarra and the big flying turtle that spins around and shoots a laser beam out of his mouth or I think I always. I just think of camera camera is the Best Godzilla Character. I always thought so anyway. Kona Zagan veils. What they call a hybrid mega car. I don't know why we're mega car. Now we had supercar. We had hypercard. Now we're at mega car. And this is crazy. So one thousand. Six hundred and seventy seven horsepower. It'll launch zero to sixty two miles an hour in one point nine seconds or see it has four seats it is a four door is not a four door. It's a four seater and it has two big doors that just straight up scissor door right. So they caught a pop out and swing out. It looks cool. Looks so fricking cool. This car is is so funny. It's awesome I mean the I mean you look at okay. Dodgers rumored to have a wide body held cat Red Eye charge coming up right. I don't have seven ninety seven. And that's a four-door that's a dedicated Ford or big you know Fourth seat car not This is just short two doors because these things are gigantic. You know they sit but it's got four seats in the state and the numbers are just crazy. I just love the fact of were even looking at this right. One thousand six hundred seventy seven horsepower but two thousand five hundred eighty one three and a tour. This is a monster and apparently it's got room in it with those big door swinging open. Four people can get in and out of this thing basically at the same time. It's got giant like infotainment touchscreens. In the front and the rear. But it's you know it's cool for you know like erasing seats. Basically that are in it but talk about some of the innovative stuff at Conan's etta cone exert he's doing we've seen them develop their own carbon fiber wheels and there are Cam Lewis engine uses Servoz To to open the valve. So they can control lift. There's no real limitation on lift like on a Cam. The timing of it so so cool what they what these guys are doing. But this is what's interesting is. There's a gas engine and I believe three electric motors and the gas engine is listen to this. It is a sequentially turbo charged to leader in line. Three cylinder okay. The re cylinder engine two liter three cylinder and the gas engine alone puts out five hundred ninety two horsepower out of a two liter leader. That's crazy isn't that insane. Saying beautiful man I gotta sit and it puts out four hundred forty three pound feet of torque out of this two liter inline three and it's incredibly efficient like I don't know what the what the actual gas mileage is going to be on this car but it can it even has cylinder deactivation earl even shut down and just go into easy mode with with the electric motors. The the amount of technology and stuff is incredible on this. Of course it's going to be well over a million dollars. But.
"geneva" Discussed on AP News
"Annual Geneva international motor show was due to run for ten days starting on March the fifth exhibitors will be reimbursed but ticket holders will be according to organizers the events was expected to generate between two hundred and two hundred and fifty million Swiss francs worth of spending in the Geneva area Americans have widespread concerns about the security and integrity of the twenty twenty elections according to a new survey A. P.'s above Thomas has a look at the results of the Associated Press and a R. C. center for public affairs research poll FBI director Christopher Wray recently told Congress that Russia is still engaged in information warfare heading into the twenty twenty election but law enforcement has not seen efforts to target infrastructure like voting machines still U. S. officials say one of Russia's goals is to sow doubt about the integrity of U. S. elections in the latest poll numbers suggest they may be having some success well a third of those surveyed said they have high confidence the twenty twenty presidential election will be counted accurately another third put their confidence and moderate while the rest said they had little confidence Ben Thomas Washington I'm Jack rotavirus is widening its presence in the United States Oregon governor Kate brown have Oregon's first case of the covert nineteen coronavirus the state tell directors as like two cases in California this person has not travelled patient has spent time at the lake Oswego school district at Forest Hills elementary school we're working with the local school officials and the Oregon department of education in the response there are nearly sixty five cases now in the United States health secretary Alex aides are says testing kits are being distributed nationwide the CDC says normal hygiene like hand washing will help reduce the spread closed factories limited travel and supply shortages tanked stocks again the Dow lost another three hundred fifty seven point the worst week on Wall Street since October two thousand eight ended with more declines for the Dow Jones industrial average and the S. and P. five hundred the Dow gave up another three hundred fifty seven points in one week the Dow lost three thousand five hundred eighty three points it was part of a global selloff sparked by worries about corona virus White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow tried again to calm jittery investors people showed up not overreact in the final fifteen minutes of trading there was a rally of sorts after the federal reserve said it stands ready to help the economy if needed hi Mike Crossey president trump took a campaign swing to South Carolina on the eve of the democratic primary there we're building great futures the radical left Democrats in Washington are trying to burn it all down next week brings super Tuesday authorities are investigating whether deputies in Los Angeles might have shared graphic photos of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant his daughter and seven others this is APNews prince Harry and Bon Jovi have teamed up in London ahead of the Invictus games the Invictus games choir was re recording Bon Jovi's twenty nineteen single unbroken to benefit the multi national sporting event for sick and injured servicemen it all started with the letter Bon Jovi wrote to prince Harry no Sir held up the letter to the windows somebody come get this because I I think the news at the Invictus games had acquired I knew that the lawyer could touch a lot of people Bon Jovi found the session therapeutic and we all had some fun singing it's one of the last official engagements by prince Harry who is stepping back from royal duties next month I'm at Donahue America's longest war may finally be nearing an end the United States and the Taliban is poised to step to sign a peace deal Saturday in the Middle East secretary of state Mike Pompeo will attend I am Jackie Quinn APNews thank.
"geneva" Discussed on CarCast
"It seemed like I don't you? Right. Like, I've never been and your your guys that were there walking around. All the press came out of it. Like, it was just it was just a fantasy shows like all just future concepts, and and and technology, and and other than the Masa that you call that you talked about is there any production. Geneva, all like what we've got these grandiose ideas, and and not law to be on this. No, I mean, some Europeans. Okay. Ferrari began. Efate tribute which actually collect collectors listening. This is likely to be the last ever. I mean, we had the last naturally aspirated very Ferrari and in the full five eight this is probably the last non hybrid purely gasoline ferrall reveal eight which is the FHA Buta which which is a four eighty eight. You know, for does this thing where they they launch vehicle like they did with the three sixty became the full thirty. Yeah. And so they do like a halfway which is more than a facelift, but not quite a new model. This is this is why this car is the F H two Buteau. And that that probably is the lot that this is the last purely gasoline v eight Ferrari. That's good. If you're a collector is probably not a bad one to buy all white for the white for the special or whatever they call it version. Yes. Some of it now, listen, we we like for our as for for at least one of the reasons is always been the sound. You know, the the exhaust tuning the flat plane crank and things like that. So. Whatever they decide to do. They're going to have to keep that in mind, right? They're going to do some sort of hybrid version and part gas part electric. They're gonna have to. Still go with probably some kind of very cool. Great sounding flat plane crank v eight or some version of it, even if it has electric occasion into we still want to be able to to have that sound, right. It's true. I mean injury. And then we knew we had a Hurricane Bertha Monte spider last week. And I took it up the up into the hills and Costa vita naturally, I sprayed and his face back in time. You just hear the noise, and you realize how much that kind of visceral excitement part of the experience and on the road. You can't go supervise anyway. So it's about and this is why classy Cal because he's having the experience very low speeds the hurricane kind of says that up because he's so noisy. And and and you don't need to go faster that no noise e we can just drive around Beverly Hills and make a bunch of noise in that car, exactly. Yeah. People do. But, but you know, this is this. This is the biggest of the Ferrari I like the four eight eight, but it doesn't sound as good as a full five. Just doesn't. Okay. Interesting. What do you think? What do you think is going to be the next sort of like we caught in the electric car world? We've got the test. We've got a couple of newcomers. We've got Jag. I kinda like what they're doing with that. And but is there going to be one that sort of takes over is it going to be something from Audi is it going to be take hand from from Porsche is who's going to be the next cell hundred thousand units. I think what we're starting to see Kells from you know, Hyundai Kona electric when all editor's choice award. That's a that's a great great vehicle..
"geneva" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"geneva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Business owners in Geneva, Illinois who wants to open their doors the pass will be able to do. So under a measure passed this week by the city council until now pets have only been allowed at grooming and vet's office. The daily herald reports when they updated law takes effect in a month. Most businesses will be able to allow pets simply by posting a sign at their entrance based on state law pets still won't be allowed in restaurants, though, the measure passed by an eight to vote even the older men who voted no actually supported allowing pets and businesses. According to the herald aldermen Janine McGowan who cast one of the no votes said it would be best to let our code reflects. The Geneva is already a pet friendly town any business owner who doesn't want pets on the premises. Could simply post signs saying no pets allowed McGowan said. According to the herald remember to watch us on Facebook live at talking pets radio every Saturday from five to eight PM eastern standard time and listen to our podcast. I'd talking pets dot com. Click on. On the gallery archives reporting for jogging paths. I'm dizzy, Charlotte. Once again,.
"geneva" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Owners in Geneva, Illinois who wanted to open their doors, the pets will be able to do. So under a measure passed this week by the city council until now pets have only been allowed at grooming blondes and vessel office. The daily herald reports when they updated law takes effect in a month. Most businesses will be able to allow pets simply by posting a sign at their entrance based on state law pets still won't be allowed in restaurants, though, the measure passed fine eight to vote even the older men who voted no actually supported allowing pets and businesses. According to the herald aldermen Janine the gallon who cast one of the no votes said it would be best for our code reflects, the Geneva is already a pet friendly town any business owner who doesn't want pets on the premises. Could simply post a sign saying, no pets allowed McGowan said. According to the herald remember to watch us on Facebook live at talking pets radio every Saturday from five to eight PM eastern standard time and listen to our podcast. I'd talking pets dot com. Click on. On the gallery archives. Reporting for paths. I'm dizzy, Charlotte. And once.
"geneva" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"Of life don't flush, because we're fighting against design in the Geneva, every great being. There's a singular moment where they finally surrender to their socio. Yes, they finally embrace who they are, the way they are. Yeah. Is that what Joseph Cambell calls that the hero's journey and the moment of bliss and finding following the bliss? That's right. Same thing. Lots of people said it in different ways. That's exactly you're calling it so signature someone else calls it the blissful moment. Yeah. Okay. So there's no greater power or no greater connection than to be in harmony with oneself, which is to fully embrace that we all because with beautiful, okay, we're not broken. We're not brought need fixing. We don't need teaching. All that we need is for us. Finally to just accept all that we are. Okay. What you just said, sounds beautiful to miss. I'm inspired by it. Thing about what you said resonates with me. I can feel that that is the truth, but how do I stay in that vibration where I am always aware of what you just said, the key to unlocking who we are as acceptance. What we do is we judge Ranga. We judge our fear. We over the compensate for insecurities so so exile. So something happens and you get triggered, your mother-in-law comes over. Constand cooking. Don't understand why my son married you. She goes off like she normally goes up. Now in that moment, there is actually a visceral or vibrational reaction that's being triggered inside of you. Yes. So emotions are energies in motion motions, our energies in motion? Yes. Thank you very much. Which.
"geneva" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The fires one and truly ota and one in geneva so disaster kit having all your supplies ready to go was very helpful for the families that did and they were we opened up an emergency shelter where people evacuating from the wildfire could go and they some people brought their kit with them and they were certainly a lot more comfortable than the people that did not so those are things to think about and since i asked you what we had done wrong let's hear what we did right where people better prepared last year so we did notice that people took our advice which is good people listen to the the reports we did we cleared the grocery stores in record time there was mini mini empty shelves and then some cases that was good and in some cases it was upsetting to hear that people had gone to multiple grocery stores and there was no water left on the shelves and very little bit of food so people were getting whatever they could if they get nuts in in chips and things like that we want people to be somewhat healthy during a hurricane but there was not much left so but people did did hear us i think we did a relatively good job with the social media and pushing out as much information as we can we try to know new alerting software last year we activated the emergency broadcast system a couple times which alerted some cell phones which was all the smartphones that have that technology that was a good use of the system and it works real well so a lot of a lot of different things we tried last year that worked a lot better of course a few things that we need to prove on and we've been working since last year to improve on those items.
"geneva" Discussed on CarCast
"Mustang hybrid that's ford mustang up like i like if i don't wanna poop any technology there's two things one is if you keep the essence of the car like we talked about porsche of the brand and to you don't make me do it like thomas car right so that's my feeling on it that being said and we're doing a recap of geneva show but next week is new york you're going to head out there and go to new york but we know about some previous new york we can blend that all in once we don't have to be one before the other but what what's the idea behind a mustang hybrid who's the market for that is that a performance hybrid or we're gonna be like hey get a four cylinder of the hybrid but really you wanna buy gt five hundred definitely want to buy seen the teas a pitcher of the moment but that looks pretty amazing one of the guys in my team she was was a detroit this week having little sneak preview about some of that stuff but we don't have to talk about what do we do now we know five point two liter we essentially the engine from the three fifty but without the flat plane crank it's a conventional crank same block same heads this is what we think yeah with a with a super charger supercharge full keeping super tight lipped on some of this they could pull the wool over us and be like hey it's turbo right we do have over seven hundred holes pa yeah and the little teaser film for quite culas well yeah it's probably supercharge why not.
"geneva" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!
"Other than that and that's exactly what i did i was like oh i've always wanted to go the geneva convention on a completely different note or on a completely on the same note but in a different place because the geneva combined convention replied i thought about geneva the motor show that that just happened so for those of you guys who might just be brand new to the channel or a new to the card game in geneva motor show is the biggest convention were p bulk all car makers get together in breather hottest nicest newest laid is greatest and the greatest cars you can possibly match attacked gums boom that's geneva international motor show okay how would you like i don't know what that i tell her like an insult to tell it like we don't yeah eliahu well it can't be the geneva auto show because gas onto the trademark gas scalp an out of sports and it is oh one on their no knobs not the geneva show all the mcchord makers bring their latest greatest technology and the gray's latest card that are there about the released on bail door card that are already sold out in their just releasing finally to the public those cars in there's a lot of great cars that came out of lettuce a lot of a uh i don't think we've had a geneva like this one in a while the last geneva was kind of boring right let's do any of those can initiate this is the build up the good one because the year before though the one that body and i attended we had the the sheron debut which was insane we had zamboni we i mean at there was many many coot exist one out as one of action packed did when was really action packed in that but what what card would you like to talk about first the first car that i actually is not the first car that i'd like to talk about is the first set of cars okay as if you if you didn't know yet this is the first time that we've seen the aston martin vaccari the mclearn senna and the mercedes project one.