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Fresh update on "ghani" discussed on The Breakdown with Shaun King
"Was week number. Seven of the series. I'm going to be doing it all year. We need to make sure that. We use the word accountability. With derek shaw there. This won't be justice. For george floyd if you know what the scales of justice are when you effectively lynch a man in broad daylight and kill this man in the middle of the street holding the person accountable. Who did it. That is part of the process of justice is not justice it is accountability but justice is him being convicted all of the officers being convicted the policies changing in the city the family being compensated and then minnesota doing something minneapolis doing something that they have not yet done making sure this never happens again and then the scales are more balanced but even then it's not justice justice of course would be george floyd being alive would be me and you probably not even knowing his name instead we have something that's far less than that so yes we're calling for justice yes that's okay but convicting derek chauvin is just a fraction of what justice means for this family and just as i've seen the the mother of dante writes say she'd said i don't even know what of justice is fully possible here a baby lost their dad. She lost her son. A brother lost his brother. You know what i'm saying. And the same is true of george floyd and so we're fighting for accountability here and all we can do at this. Point is hope that we get it and hope that the jury has fair-minded. Good people on it. I'll be watching. I'm going to actually be watching the closing arguments right now. And we'll talk about them tomorrow right love and appreciate each and every one of you and again if you're not yet a member of the northstar dot com. Please please join. The northstar. Underwrites every episode of this podcast. Our entire staff who edited produce. It promoted all are funded by the generous members. Just like you go to the northstar dot com and support us today. Take care of your body breaking. Bring the bring the the bring Ghani rose chief content editor here at northstar encourage you to check out the northstar dot com every day for inciteful engaging commentary on the stories that impact our culture the at the north star make it our mission to advocate mobilize agitate and disrupt the name of creating liberation concert. Unapologetically center narratives black brown and indigenous. People we understand that you can get news from anywhere so we are more interested in offering perspective to speaks to the experiences of our audience. We write freely minds. We invite you to indulge in our daily editorials and engage in the dialogue.
Guitarist Is 1st Suspect to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot
"I heavy metal guitarist is the first person to plead guilty to federal charges in connection with the capital Ryan John Ryan Shaffer is accused of storming the capitol and spraying police with bear spray he's agreed to cooperate in hopes of getting a lighter sentence in a federal judge says the government will consider putting Schaefer in the witness security program assigned prosecutor see him as a valuable cooperators shapers the front man of the heavy metal band iced earth the FBI says he's a long held far right extremist views that he once referred to the federal government as a criminal enterprise Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden Administration Says Gun Violence Must End, Urges Congress Again to Act
"The bike did ministration is again urging action to curb gun violence after another mass shooting from vice president Harris during a meeting with Japan's prime minister this violence must end to press secretary Jen Psaki were horrified by the shooting overnight two the president himself who in a written statement calls the Indianapolis shooting just the latest in a string of tragedies and another example of an epidemic a week after calling for gun restrictions the president's upping his plea for the Senate to approve universal background checks and a ban assault rifles saying the nation can and must do more to save lives Sager made Ghani Washington
Blinken in Afghanistan to Sell Biden Troop Withdrawal
"Administration is defending the plan to pull out remaining troops from Afghanistan. Always after President Biden's announcement, Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in the Afghan capital Kabul, and he told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that the U. S remains committed to Afghanistan. We have a partnership is changing in Georgia President Ghani said He respects the United States decision. There is huge uncertainty about what the withdrawal means for Afghanistan, including speculation the Taliban might return to power in
Biden to Pull Troops From Afghanistan
"President Biden says it is time for our troops to leave Afghanistan after consulting closely with our allies and partners. With our military leaders and intelligence personnel with our diplomats. And our development experts with Congress and the vice president. As well as with Mr Ghani and many others around the world. I've concluded that it's time to end America's longest war. It's time for American troops to come home, Biden says as promised troops will begin the withdrawal May 1st with completion by September 11th the 20th anniversary of the attack plotted by terrorists based in Afghanistan. This afternoon. Biden is traveling to Arlington National Cemetery to visit section 60, the final resting place for troops who died in the Afghan, Afghanistan and Iraqi conflicts.
Biden to rush vaccinators, testing to hard-hit Michigan
"The by the administration is rushing federal help to Michigan which is facing the country's highest rate of new coronavirus infections in a call with president Biden yesterday governor Gretchen Whitmer says she made a request we have asked for more vaccines calling for a surge of doses to states like hers facing outbreaks the White House says that won't happen the fair and equitable way to distribute the vaccine is based on that the adult population by state tribe or territory instead virus response coordinator Jeff science says the administration will help Michigan administer the doses it already has more efficiently and is ready to send more personnel meantime Whitmer's urging two week suspensions of in person high school classes all youth sports and indoor restaurant dining Sager made Ghani Washington
Florida sues federal government to allow cruises to sail
"Florida is suing the federal government demanding cruise ships be allowed to start sailing immediately the CDC shut down sailing thirteen months ago after several virus outbreaks were tied to ships worldwide Florida is America's cruise capital governor Ron DeSantis says the industry generates billions for the economy and employs tens of thousands we don't believe the federal government has the right to mothball a major industry for over a year based on very little evidence in very little data CDC last week issued new guidelines for companies on how to respond in the event of virus cases but so far has kept the no sale order in place Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden launches community corps to boost COVID vaccinations
"The Biden administration is stepping up efforts to convince Americans who are skeptical of the covert nineteen vaccines to get the shots surveys show those skeptical are most likely to be swayed by local community and the medical encouragements by people they know and trust on a call with faith leaders they're going to listen to your words more than they are B. as per state and in the meeting with other groups they're going to look to the president and vice president urged community and religious leaders to keep encouraging vaccinations they're part of a coalition of public health athletic faith and all other groups the administration hopes will help overcome vaccine hesitancy as the nation prepares for all adults to be eligible for shots by next month Sager met Ghani Washington
Blinken ends Trump rights plan promoting conservative agenda
"The state department is formally scrapping a trump administration plan that limited America's promotion of human rights abroad the trump blueprint prepared by then secretary of state Mike Pompeii sought to promote causes favored by conservatives like religious freedom and property matters while dismissing reproductive and LGBT Q. rights a state department official says Anthony Blinken will decisively repudiated his predecessors report which human rights groups have harshly criticized the official says blank it will make the case that all human rights are universal and co equal the by the administration's already repealed several trump area human rights decisions including restoring LGBTQ protections Sager made Ghani Washington
White House rules out national 'vaccine passport'
"As more Americans get vaccinated the White House is ruling out the creation of a national vaccine passport for people to verify their immunization status some countries are setting up national databases to allow vaccinated citizens to resume normal activities but White House virus response by Zarandieh Slavitt says the blighted inspiration won't do that we do know that there is a segment of the population that is concerned that the government will play too heavy handed over role in monitoring their vaccinations slatted says it might discourage people from getting shots instead the White House is leaving it to the private sector to develop a system for people to show they've been vaccinated and the administration will contribute guidelines touching on privacy and other issues Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden pushes Congress to tighten gun laws after another shooting
"President Biden is demanding Congress act on gun control measures after ten people were killed at a Colorado supermarket it was the nation's deadliest shooting in a year and a half feet seventh mass killing this year just a week after the Atlanta shootings while the flag was still flying half staff the president says while a lot is unknown about the boulder shootings I don't need to wait another minute let alone an hour to take common sense steps he's pushing Congress to ban assault rifles like the one used yesterday and wants the Senate to approve tighter background check measures the house already passed the prospects for any major reforms are unlikely on a closely divided Capitol Hill Sager made Ghani Washington
Defense Secretary Austin makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan
"U. S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief, unannounced visit to Kabul. Speaking after talks with President Ashraf Ghani, Mr Austin refused to be drawn on whether the Biden administration still plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May, as stipulated in the U. S agreement with the Taliban last year. His are Afghanistan. Correspondent Secunda Kamani. Many analysts now see a Z being increasingly unlikely that American forces will be withdrawn by made the first. But if that's the case, us needs to somehow smooth things over with the Taliban, because the fear is that if they don't the Taliban will intensify their violence. They'll resume attacks against international forces. The one thing they haven't done over the Course of the past year, So there's a diplomatic push going on to try and find try and make some kind of progress really in the peace process before May, the first
Defense secretary travels to Afghanistan as troop withdrawal deadline looms
"With the May 1st deadline for a U. S troop withdrawal, drawing near Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin sat down with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani really wanted to listen to him and and to Understand what his concerns were. See, See the landscape through his eyes and Austin's. It's Austin's first trip to Afghanistan since his
‘Science Is Back': Biden Thanks CDC Scientists During Atlanta Visit
"Earlier, Biden visited the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for an update on the effort to defeat the pandemic here. C AP Sakuma Ghani On a visit to the CDC s Atlanta headquarters, the president pumped his fist as director Rochelle Walensky said the goal was hit weeks ahead of schedule. He told reporters earlier it could hit 200 million by 100 days after being briefed on progress in fighting the pandemic. The president thanked CDC scientists We owe you a gigantic Debt of gratitude and urge them to keep speaking truth and science to power sciences Back CDC says about 23% of the U. S population has now received at least one vaccine dose 12% is fully
Biden says U.S. to hit 100 million virus shots on Friday
"President Biden is touting a vaccination milestone even as his administration says it's now in position to help America's neighbors get more vaccine doses the president's goal was one hundred million shots administered in his first one Hundred Days he says that'll be met tomorrow on day fifty eight were way ahead of schedule we got a long way to go he's calling it a time for optimism but not relaxation noting virus cases rising in some states still as America's vaccination program ramps up the White House says it's finalizing a deal to loan for million AstraZeneca shots to Canada and Mexico the vaccines not authorized for use in the U. S. in the by the administration has faced calls to share it with nations whose citizens can take it Sager made Ghani Washington
Putin points finger at US after Biden's 'killer' remark
"Vladimir Putin is responding to president Biden's saying he thinks the Russian president is a killer Putin says the remark reflects America's own troubled past of slavery and killing native Americans saying otherwise where with the black lives matter movement come from Putin spokesman says president Biden's very bad remarks made clear the U. S. does not want to normalize relations with Russia and that Moscow will proceed accordingly the tougher marks on both sides came after U. S. intelligence report found Putin authorized influence operations to help Donald Trump in the November election Sager made Ghani Washington
Police: Georgia shooting suspect may have 'sexual addiction'
"While police say it's too early to tell if the Atlanta shootings were racially motivated the attacks have ramped up concerns over a wave of violence against Asian Americans during the virus pandemic the shootings are haunting some Asian Americans as an attack on them vice president Harris says the nation is in solidarity we stand with you and understand how this has frightened and shocked and outraged all people police in some major cities are boosting patrols in Asian American communities switch top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says have faced a rising tide of violence there is a big tree in the land and far too much of it eight crimes in general are at the nation's highest level in more than a decade Sager made Ghani Washington
Multiple NY congressional members call on Cuomo to resign
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is facing more pressure to step down over mounting sexual harassment allegations it's coming from both the state capitol in Albany and the U. S. capitol more than half of new York's democratic congressional members now say Cuomo should resign both because of the allegations and his administration's reporting of covert nineteen deaths in nursing homes several Republican members of Congress and a majority of state lawmakers had already said Cuomo should step down he's been asking them to hold off on calls for his resignation and instead the back ongoing investigations Sager made Ghani Washington
Fauci: US virus shots ramping up toward immunity
"The nation's top infectious disease expert says there can be big steps toward normalcy even before enough people are immune from the corona virus to reach herd immunity Dr Anthony Fauci says it's estimated between seventy and eighty five percent of the population needs to be immune to reach herd immunity we would hopefully get to that point somewhere by the end of the summer in the early fall but as more people get vaccinated you don't have to wait until you get full herd immunity to get a really profound effect on what you could do and more government restrictions can be lifted as the vaccination pace ramps up only about ten percent of the population is now fully vaccinated Sager made Ghani Washington
"ghani" Discussed on The World Next Week
"They. Resume for removal of sanctions was negotiated. The port of trump are beginning extremely important issue for US weekly in terms of connection within. Because our family is is based on diversification. we want to be connector for everyone reach. Our neighbors. After sanctions financial transactions, legal financial transactions of becoming. A adjusted that that also. I will thank US Administration for giving exception one of the few countries that enabled as to continue. So the illustration was at the time of. When The market was student settle. India. A great gesture of committed seventy five thousand times awake forty, five thousand of that if Iraq to the port of trouble. Athletic Sunday can have avai substantial economic relationship legal economic relationship. The regime of sanctions usually results. Brightening economic. Relations. Underground. Substantially increasing dead former economy that criminally. And the narcotics issue is an issue that it ain't society in the night because now we over t Connecticut's. In in that regard. We have. list officials that were discussing with. The Golden. State to state relationship. It on his knowledge that the relationship. but equally, it has been in the recent months. They from advocate. Off. Of this namic Republic of. A. Graphic Hoping. To see a political Is a complex society with multiple regional agendas in relationships, and of course, one set of relationship affects Snyder's and. Our relations with the United States. Is something that is a factor in that other ablation. Next question please. We'll take our next question from Nicholas Chephren. Thank you very much President Ghani, thank you very much for doing this. Good to see you again even though you can't see me I wanted to ask about the logistics for the next week and how you see this happening one question on the prisoner's release the Taliban as you know, are concerned that some of them will be attacked by either Afghan forces or US forces after their release will that happen and if talks do end up starting early next week how do you actually see that beginning in terms of what your side will lay out an how Taleban will respond to that thanks. Thank you I see your picture. With a great bunch of fish. That's an attorney. That's Good. Times in the coastal maintenance. Of course in California. Places. I'm jealous. A There's no fear of attack. By forces under prisoners to get at least. One security forces I'm proud to say. Take their civilian leadership. Extremely. Vague disciplined force we have not. Those that we decided to release particularly to the. Daish. Factor they want detective FORCES MANAGED TO A. Contained in, of course. The success of the on national security and Defense Forces is Preceded. Because of the site, you particularly the province of. Is mobilized men and women. To gaping at. Times over thousand of them centered because of the community pressure. Need to make sure. On the logistics let me. Turn to minister snacks. Our lead negotiator. For the ministers. Thanks I. Think. Because now that the major decisions it's up to the team. They're not connecting. Agenda that pursuit. Of. Laid down. See. Spy. Discussion. Of Political Framework for the war. Participation dealing with the key issues. Could just give you one illustration of the state. If Taleban fighters. As the report indicates are between sixty thousand nine hundred, twenty thousand. Multiply. That by seven. Family members. This is that scales we have to bring back to four million refugees and for Buxton though. De Part of the discussion has to focus. On skin the big Lou being able in the most significant officials are going to be. Going back a thousand years. To when we over the center of Islamic tolerance and give it take our system. Our. National Culture almost all of our linguistic groups in provincial. Is extremely strong and local vacancy leash. Beyond also have to provide employment. A. Meaningful Employment Valdis fighters at the. I hope that it gets from purity logical issues. The substantive issues that unites if it comes to that, then I think would be able to make a substantial Acknowledged each other as being necessary. As. Stable Prosperous once. Equally issues. Narcotics. That isn't the worth about narcotics. Evacuated Bichir data states in. Second is just out that but the ecosystem of terrorism. In how would that? Be Tackled jointly by US. Buyer partners in the region it nationally, we have chanter, but the key approach that our team will adult is tyrod. It list of issues that. Arrived at the banner. Regarding discussing the. Either sequentially, simultaneously or a combination of the. I think Vice President Sally has raised his hand to make the comments on these. Bring him to. Connect. Okay so So. We will reserve the right. Okay this anytime anytime that he's available the just tell us will let him. Right now with modem another question. Our next question from. Jim. When chip. Yes. Thank you president guiding for of conversation you. You've talked about tolerance in just a moment ago you raise Afghanistan's history as a historic center of Islamic tolerance and local experience reconciliation. But could we dig down into the pit? In the ask you put the mortgage in a proud Afghanistan successfully blends the secular developments that have gone on building your government and the traditional communities that out at least part of which represented by Taliban what's your vision of how those things could blend into the future? Thank you. I. I'd like to bring your attention. We have a program called citizen chart. That disengaged with communities. 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"ghani" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"Hardened criminals. Data's has been shared with all our allies in France. Beth, again, this considered necessity in after the consensus. Of the LOGICA I've signed. That documents. We are focused on the request of does trade INS. My heart goes found yet spoken to the family. Years before. His crime, it would see how we can dissolve. Thank you next question. please. We'll take our next question from Barbara Slaven. Thank you very much. Hi, ambassador and president. Ghani. It's a pleasure on Barbour Slayton with the Atlantic Council. My question is about the I the nature of Iran's relationship with the Taliban are there specific groups that it has been assisting? How do you regard that assistance and also the impact of the US maximum pressure campaign? So called on Iran, how has that affected? Afghanistan's economic prosperity and potential. Thank you. Of course. Grid to. Very true the and please might as regards the Atlantic Council. Mathematician was always a pleasure. When? They, regime for removal of sanctions was negotiated the port of trump beginning, extremely important issue for US weekly in terms of connection within. Because our factory is based on diversification. and. We want to be connector for everyone reach. Our neighbors. After sanctions, financial transactions, legal financial transactions of becoming. A suggested that that also. I will thank US Administration for giving exception one of the few countries that enabled us to continue. So the illustration was at the time of. When The market was student settle. India. Made a great gesture of committee seventy. Five. Thousand. Times wake forty, five thousand of that. If Iraq, to the port of trouble. Athletic Sunday can have a substantial economic relationship legal economic relationships. The. Regime of sanctions usually results. It brightening economic relations underground. Substantially increasing dead former economy that criminal. And the narcotics issue is an issue that it ain't society in the night because now we over t Connecticut's. It in that regard. We have. list officials that are discussing with. The Golden. State to state, relationship It, on his knowledge that the relationship..
"ghani" Discussed on The World Next Week
"Just. Say That we want peace. That Taliban cannot look for dominance. If they look for dominance, you know I, find society. It will not accept on it history brace. Unlike that relations with the United States where they said they had. The time it you the clocks. There is still. Time. This time has to be either used productively which are so for. or it can turn into destruction. The Brandon of history. and. Initiative now, likely the. How they Talk Audi out a framed issues and do they search for common ground at transits stuff as You may have your employment at nine. He doesn't evidently. And that changes the nature of negotiations. While said and I want to congratulate you and your compatriots for getting to this very. Important point I know it's been a very difficult to journey. At this point I think we want to. Ask Our members to join the conversation with their questions. I want to remind everybody again that this meeting is on the record and the operator will remind our members about how to join the question you. Ladies and gentlemen as a reminder to ask a question. Like on the raise hand icon on your zoom window when you're called on except the anew now, button in proceed with your name affiliation question. To view the roster of the Afar members registered to attend this meeting lease. Click on the link in your zoom. Chat box. Will take our first question from Peter Galbraith. Mr President. Good. To see you again albeit virtually. Up I want to ask you about the negotiation process. And whether it will involve constitute significant constitutional change in Afghanistan as you know, your elite negotiator up Dila Dila as spoken at various times about a more parliamentary system. And the other way in which my one might think about it as a more decentralized or federal system. In which the Taleban might have the opportunity through elections to govern part of the country. Do you see either of those things? Or perhaps both as being a possible outcome of the negotiations, a more parliamentary system or a more decentralised or federal system. When Mr Galvin a pleasure to see virtually. I have with me first vice-president national security adviser. Minister, of Education. Banking Amedee Minister of Women's Affairs Asena Safi and the Minister of State for. Peace. And lead negotiator. As clear mechanism. For amendment. Should we need? The constitution, there's constitutional mechanism. It is politically been centralizers decentralizes. That needs to be. Taken Account. Whether the country is today ready for a parliamentary system. Without major parties, a that of actually implementing. The law on parties, even regular elections being cross-national having offices are questions that we need to face. This. Is Up to the win of the people because. Any agreement that is negotiated by negotiating team would need national approval again. Process and approved by pardon. So we need to understand that this is not an elite did it must have a base. Of approval by the. Because of this, we should avoid that scenario of Colombia where. The piece was rejected. So socialization of what is possible and getting input in communication from the people this is N. double stunts than women and men would be. Next. Question. please. Must Take our next question from Kim. Dosier. Thank you Mr President for doing this I wanted to ask if you felt pressured in any way by the trump administration to release that lasts trench of four hundred prisoners who you are security officials have said include Taliban members convicted of terrorist attacks and also If you feel that. You can trust. The White House to fairly negotiate on your behalf as well. And finally, the Australian Prime Minister has asked for a former Afghan soldier that killed three Australian troops not to be released What will you do about that? When you? For important questions, the requests for release came from the United. States. Without would not convinced that. But the decision on this by the people of us, lands. At. Shows A vase from National Consensus For movie. On. This issue. There was a consensus on that desire. Peace. But not on the coast of it. We've now paid the major installment don't cost, and that meets these. What has a consequence? That list. Is Likely. Pose a danger. Both to us into you into the what. Does it has drug dealers. In hardened criminals. That's been shared with all our allies in France. Beth again, this considered necessity in after the consensus. Of the LOGICA I've signed. That documents. We are focused on the request of does, INS, my heart goes found yet spoken to the family. Years? Before. His crime, it would see how we can dissolve. Thank you next question. please. We'll take our next question from Barbara Slaven. Thank you very much. Hi Ambassador and President Ghani. It's a pleasure on Barbour Slayton Atlantic. Council. My question is about the I. The nature of Iran's relationship with the Taliban. Are there specific groups that it has been assisting? How do you regard that assistance and also the impact of the US maximum pressure campaign so called on Iran, how has that affected? Afghanistan's economic prosperity and potential. Thank you. Of course. Grid to. Very the and please might as regards the Atlantic Council. Mathematician was always a pleasure..
"ghani" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"A vague close coordination. With Central, Asia finds. Is. reversed. The year since the talents. I cut. Rates a could it or after corridors opening. The relationship that extremely constructive and I think there's an enormous. Potential. Defend for all of us. WIKI RUN A, we have a bilateral relationship. Sanctions and Ben of an important part officially complained with sanctions. But all day shoes are undertake. A It's a dial that this preceding constructively and in terms of stable that. I think playing. A. Dramatic. Net constructive. That needs to be see. China India Turkey. United that have been there. It's Saudi Arabia. Are. The larger players in of course. The billion dollar questions. Regarding. Buxton. Weight. Again, with constructive discussions of the original staff jumped budge when kid The key issue is how the Bijan and seeps of its. We argue that a stable Afghanistan. Ed We've. Coined the term, a monkey aligned of once. A number lineup when it's done is not Monkey lined up. With, friends, we have the greatest prince offense and don't get involved. In the disputes among friends and neighbors and do not allow our territory to be used against any of the. Can Be an anchor for stability. This possibility is Ben acknowledged. At equity other site is being acknowledged that an unstable of Wednesday or God forbid in Afghanistan that is plunged. Into a vicious civil war or internal conflict. Could do substantial harm its neighbors this balance is what we need to try and the heart of strategy and tactics is to be able to bring the balance is not the easiest balance but I think the necessity Batman's lowest form. And Yes. I agree on the need to find that balance. We have been arguing we Americans have been arguing with your regional neighbours for some time on that very point that a stable Afghanistan. Is, is of great benefit to the region rather than one that's an Afghanistan that continues to be in conflict. Do you think that argument really is I take it from your remarks. You think that argument is gaining traction now at this as time has evolved. keying onto that point will be very important as you get through these negotiations about the future because of the temptation of outside parties to try to disrupt if they if they wish. So. Do think that that that realization is is something really that you can. You can build on as you continue your own diplomacy in the region..
"ghani" Discussed on The World Next Week
"Will thank you and good morning to one and all this is a special meeting for the Council on Foreign Relations. We are thrilled to have the president of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani. President Ghani. Has Been Central to his country's history for the last two decades has been a little figure. Just, recently was re elected as as president. He has a long association as well with our country with this country he was educated in the United States and was resident here for for many years both as a student but also then subsequently on his work as I understand the UN and obviously the World Bank so it's a real personal and Institutional pleasure to welcome the president back to the the council on foreign relations he's an. Good hands today. Presiding at today's meeting will be Jim Cunningham. Best Cunningham really is one of the most distinguished preeminent diplomats of his generation. It's almost easier to list the countries. He was not ambassador to than those he was, but I'll wasn't to Israel was US permanent rep at the UN. Was consul-general in Hong Kong and most relevant for today's purposes. He was the US ambassador in Kabul to to Afghanistan. Timing for this meeting hardly be. Be Better so much going on in and with Afghanistan it is as they say, delicate. Of moment politically diplomatically strategically. inside the country and its relationship with its immediate neighbours at its relationship with the with the United States. So again, timing is a lot in life we feel extremely fortunate. To have the president. So with that again, welcome president and Bastard Cunningham over to you. Thank you very much Richard and let me thank President Ghani on behalf of the council and the members today for giving us his time and the opportunity to to talk with that's about the important things going on in his country and and in the world. We have more than three hundred people registered for this virtual meeting. And We'll try to get to as many of the questions as we can in the second half of the discussion. And I want to know if the entirety of today's session is on the record both the our discussion now and later on the questions and answers. The Mr President, welcome pleasure to see you again. Let Him. It's a great pleasure to be with you. I might deep but these on. Naval history covers the strapping and. My pairs in wishes. To the Veterans Has Senate particularly. Two thousand four, hundred, Forty, eight, gold star families, and for the civilians that simply you. Campaign. It's great to be with. You know let me say how much I in other people in this country value our partnership with with you and the Afghan people over the past years. As Richard just. Said your country now is that a? Is that a pretty historic threshold or at least potentially so You and the Afghan people through the Loya Jirga had made the decision now to release the final prisoners that the Taliban had been demanding and opening the the pathway to negotiations, which reportedly will start in the next couple of days. That's an extremely important threshold. To Cross. When that I know you addressed with great seriousness in conviction but also with difficulty giving the given the sacrifices that your people have made. In this conflict I know very well that you're a man who likes strategy and planning. How do you see this process now on folding from this point assuming that the the door is open now to negotiations. When? I think, should the collective wisdom of one? Out Grad Council. Results. League equal not be dissolved. We at least four, thousand, six, hundred, Sunday. List and didn't additional five hundred people on our own. Conviction at four hundred. Constitutional illegally should. But the moral. Basis that provided the consensus of thousand four, hundred of men and women over seven hundred of the woman. Is, given us an opportunity. To, break the last deadlock at we hope that during this process would be able. To resolve the conflict politically. They T- gold for people people. Get into violence at his hunted does for forty years. And, we have prepared that fun team is a national to perspective representing national perspective. In addition legit has provided the framework. Regarding the values. Aunt he at amateurs which would enable us to talk to the. And how do you? How do you do that discussion beginning in and developing? I for instance, I know it's as you said, it's a very high priority to establish a ceasefire. You how do you see that coming to be in how you see the negotiations themselves preceding? This is not that way discussion. It has been a TV discussion because they that states is been engaged. And that being. Dependent states. on the twenty ninth of February provided the framework. which simultaneously we drink liberation. Soap some of the shoes came to the United States that's significance of questions that I'm sure you'll be asking later. As the second set of questions that relates. To the willingness capability. and. Decide of Taliban's. ABRASIVE BRACELETS Solution. During the negotiations we are great find out until now. They've helped their views. To themselves. That main issue since studio since February, twenty nine. IS BEEN CONTINUATION OF CONFLICT Ed False five, hundred, seventy, nine. Military and civilian casualties, fatalities and casualties. So they sent the violence has been very high. The test is to be able to get a comprehensive ceasefire as soon as possible into be able to talk about a political framework. which would bring the participation of the Taliban with a one society. So far the Taliban have taken a pretty. pretty firm hardline view as as they've been. The little bit that they've said publicly about negotiations. Do expect that when the actual negotiators tonight, you have some great people on your side I know. I know many of them. You think the once the. The Afghan, the Afghan side, and the Taliban side sit together in a room that they will be able to have A. Serious productive discussion about this these many sensitive issues that you're going to have to work through. Psyches. Say That is immense skills in conflict resolution. With at this kills for three.
"ghani" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"Will. Thank you and good morning to one and all this is a special meeting for the Council on foreign. Relations. We are thrilled to have the president of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani. President. Ghani. Has. been central to his country's history for the last two decades has been a little figure. Just recently was reelected as as president. He has long association as well with our country with this country he was educated in the United States and was resident here for for many years both as a student. But also then subsequently on his work as I understand the UN and obviously the World Bank. So it's a real personal and. Institutional pleasure to welcome the president back to the the council on foreign. Relations. He's an extremely good hands today. Presiding at today's meeting will be Jim Cunningham. Best Cunningham really is one of the most distinguished preeminent diplomats of his generation. It's almost easier to list the countries. He was not ambassador to than those he was, but I'll wasn't to Israel was US permanent rep at the UN. Was consul-general in Hong Kong and most relevant for today's purposes. He was the US ambassador in Kabul to to. Afghanistan. Timing for this meeting hardly. Be Better so much going on in and with Afghanistan it is as they say, a delicate. Moment politically diplomatically strategically. inside the country and its relationship with its immediate neighbours at its relationship with the with the United States. So again, timing is a lot in life we feel extremely fortunate. To, have the president. So with that again, welcome president and Bachelor Cunningham over to you. Thank you very much Richard and let me thank president. Ghani on behalf of the Council and the members today for giving us his time and the opportunity to to talk with. That's about the important things going on in his country and and in the world. We have more than three hundred people registered for this virtual meeting. and. WE'LL TRY to get to as many of the questions as we can in the second half of the discussion. And I want to know if the entirety of today's session is on the record. both the our discussion now and later on the questions and answers. The Mr President Welcome pleasure to see you again. Let him and it's a great pleasure to be with you. I might deep but these on. Naval. History covers the strapping and. My pairs. wishes. To the veterans has. Senate particularly. To two, thousand, four, hundred, forty, eight, gold star families, and for the civilians that seven you. Campaign campaign. Is On to be with. You know, let me say how much I in other people in this country value our partnership with with you and the Afghan people over the past years. As Richard Just said your country now is that a Is that a pretty historic threshold or at least potentially. So. You and the Afghan people through the Loya Jirga had made the decision now to release the final prisoners that the Taliban had been demanding and opening the the pathway to negotiations, which reportedly will start in the next couple of days. That's an extremely important threshold. To Cross when that I know you addressed with great seriousness in conviction but also with difficulty giving the given the sacrifices that your people have made..
"ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview
"Chicks known shared the briefing that was giving Keno Tappers in Apple Debbie. He was the first individual to use the term that chronic. And had full analysis vote in terms of scenarios, so in the first case is in Iran happen, we prepare. We were having. From February, twenty four, the first cases. March twenty first up to ten thousand people a day coming from there was a panic among governs in Iran, so they've rushed. We moved in to analyze the phases, so they're five phases, awareness, diffusion, adversity relief recovery. The exact timing of course was unknown that we responded with lockdowns, which brought both structural are chip in situation, but compared to our or ladders, total debts and been four hundred ninety one. To now. In, the phases of diffusion were slow. We had very little. To the third week of May. The last week of May, adversity started so now we are in a phase. The other part of it is. We started distributing bread for the first time in our history to all our cities. Now we are doing the major program shortly of distributing a package of basic food to almost ninety percent of the population in several phases, affordability is initial forest, but in terms of. We ask, it's knowledge. It's shedding of experience and from the philanthropic community. It's sponsored enough one family and work with us to knowledge networks because what makes us special for a steady one. We are the gateway. To Central Asia to the subcontinent Pakistan in India, so in terms of diffusion, it's not the nation, its entire continent that is additional second. The number above sixty is only three percent of the population, so we have one of the youngest populations, and then the urban is about thirty percent, really seventy percent. This profile I think would allow for the type of working through. Solutions Our main challenge is going to be winter. If chronic continues to the winter dead. Give our small houses and our traditions of thousands ears of eating food together. Breaking bread together will become an obstacle so working to particularly women and women let households in working with US globally to be able to mobilize for this. Our Society is mobilized with enormous generosity. People have really. Half of the bread and the private sector is been marvelous in terms of both contributing the market stability, but also with the deep sense of chatted if it could be joined with regional planning and global coordination, particularly with the vaccine gums that we are not forgotten because we would not be able to pay early. I'm hearing. You say that could be a national strategy in response to Covid nineteen. I think there might be a few countries who might want to bar you for a few months. Talk to Ghani. We're. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go to questions from the community. Let's get the first one. Okay Dr Garnered the peace. Process is a triangulation between your government Taliban and the US but others have economic interests in Afghanistan, China, for instance. What is the role of China and Afghanistan today?.
"ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview
"Today. We have something pretty special. It's a chance to talk with the man who arguably has the single most challenging job in the entire world. Doctor Ashraf Ghani has been distinguished anthropologist. He's at the World Bank, and now he is the president of Afghanistan. So this country you know I had the great good fortune to spend several years there as as a boy between the ages of ten and thirty, and then again eighteen at a time when the country was at peace, my father was an ophthalmologist working there and seeing this nation with its beautiful mountains. It's valets, an extraordinary people it really it. It will never leave my head. It is such a special place. It's been absolutely heart breaking to see that it has been racked by one war after another and to run that country. I mean that is just an impossible job and yet. This man talked Kearney as I think you'll you're here. He doesn't sound like a typical politician. A philosopher spirit in there. You actually gave a Ted talk in two thousand five on how to rebuild a better state, and of course he's trying to put some of those ideas into practice now. Whenever I have the honour of speaking with Dr. Garni I learned something new. I heard his nuanced thoughts on what to make this two decades old war that has cost so much in both blood and treasure. And how he handles delicate relationships with the US with Pakistan with his political rivals. But most four he teaches me how the deep thousand traditions of a country torn by. Might actually have a lot. Teach us about making peace. So this interview was recorded before a live audience that Ted Twenty twenty, which is going on now and into July. Let's begin. To. com, thank you for coming and spending this time with us. you are facing issues that almost no one else on the planet is is having to face. help us understand your country. Doctor Garnet The New York Times in recent article, described Afghanistan in this language, the impoverished, central, Asian country once unfamiliar to many Americans now symbolizes and less conflict, foreign entanglements and an incubator of terrorist plots. How would you describe Afghanistan. Attempts catches one side of the story..
"ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview
"The other part of it is. We started distributing bread for the first time in our history to all our cities. Now we are doing the major program shortly of distributing a package of basic food to almost ninety percent of one population in several phases. Affordability is initial for us but in terms of what we ask. It's it's shedding experience and from the philanthropic community it's sponsored enough on family and work with us to knowledge networks. Because what makes us special for a steady one. We are the gateway to central asia to the subcontinent pakistan in india. So in terms of diffusion. It's not the nation it's a entire continent that is issue second. The number above sixty is only three percent of the population so we have one of the youngest populations and then the urban is about thirty percent. Rule is seventy percent this profile. I think would allow for the type of working through solutions. Our main challenges good to be winter if karuna continues to the winter dead. Give our small and our traditions of thousands of years of fitting together. Breaking bread together will become an obstacle so working to particularly women and women let households in working with us globally to be able to mobilize for our society mobilized with enormous generosity. People have really shared half of the bread and the private sector is been marvelous in terms of both contributing to the market stability but also with the deep sense of chatted if it could be joined with regional planning and global coordination particularly with the vaccine comes that we are not forgotten because we will not be able to pay early. I'm hearing you say that could be a national strategy in response to covid nineteen might be a few countries who might want to borrow you for a few months ghani to we're gonna go to questions from the community. Let's get the first one okay. Dr garnered the peace processes are triangulation between your government taliban in the us but others have economic political interest in afghanistan. China for instance. What is the role of china in afghanistan. Today that's it is this. The coalition for war was limited. I hope to put the broadest coalition for peace. Everybody can be a winner in peace. China's avai significant they put. We have a short as small but very significant. China's market is essential as tanks tools. Braxton opening dress which. I'd like to thank in particular. We now reach. I need a week. It used to take three months in terms of investment of stunned wants to be a location for investment china. Should they wish. In terms of the peace process we would like the discussions of the peace not to take place in one country but to move so we can have the maximum number of stakeholders the most significant thing is what i put the president she during the shangai conference in dorset. We want to be a platform for regional and global cooperation. Not as site for rivaling needs in china. Lastly is a major stakeholder in condemning terrorism because that threat is felt real. It's an.
"ghani" Discussed on The TED Interview
"Anderson. Today we have something pretty special. It's a chance to talk with the man who arguably has the single most challenging job in the entire world. Dr guy has been distinguished anthropologist at the world bank and now he is the president of afghanistan so this country you know i had the great good fortune to spend several years there as as a boy between the ages of ten and thirty and then again eighteen at a time when the country was at peace my father was an ophthalmologist working there and Seeing this nation with its beautiful mountains it's valets an extraordinary people. It really it. It will never leave my head. It is such a special place. It's been absolutely heart breaking to see that it has been racked by one war after another and to run that country. I mean that is just an impossible job and yet this man talk kearney. As i think you'll you're here. He doesn't sound like a typical politician. A philosopher spirit in there. You actually gave a ted talk in two thousand five on how to rebuild a better state and of course. He's trying to put some of those ideas into practice. Now whenever i have the honour of speaking with dr. Danny i learned something new. I heard his nuanced thoughts on what to make this two decades old war that has cost so much in both blood and treasure and how he handles delicate relationships with the us with pakistan with his political rivals but most four he teaches me. How the deep thousand traditions of a country torn by might actually have a lot. Teach us about making peace so this interview was recorded before a live audience. That ted twenty twenty which is going on now and into july. Let's begin salon com. Thank you for coming and spending this time with us You are facing issues that almost no one else on the planet is is having to face. Help us understand your country. Doctor garnet the new york times in recent article described afghanistan in this language the impoverished central asian country once unfamiliar to many americans now symbolizes endless conflict foreign entanglements and an incubator of terrorist plots. How would you describe. Afghanistan attempts catches one side of the story..
"ghani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Next national census in twenty twenty non us citizens who may not vote in elections a still countered for the purposes of calculating federal funding and drawing up district maps for state and local elections critics say the reintroduction of the question after decades will be used by the republican party to redraw voter districts in their favor the afghan president ashraf ghani has called on we journal countries to support the search for peace in his country saying that terrorism doesn't respect national borders in the past two weeks he added afghanistan has stepped up its counterterrorism operations against insurgents president ghani was addressing regional conference on peace in afghanistan in tashkent but canadian prime minister justin trudeau has formally apologize for the hanging in the nineteenth century of a group of indigenous leaders by the british colonial authorities in eighteen sixty four five first nation chiefs were tried and hanged over the killing of fourteen white settlers after coming to what they thought were peace talks mr trudeau said he hoped the apology would help to heal relations with the choke oaten people we know exoneration and the apology we are making today on behalf of canada cannot by itself the damage that has been duck but it is my sincere hope that these words will allow for greater healing as canada and the two cutting nation continue on the share journey towards reconciliation australian cricket has arrived in south africa to consider the findings of an investigation into a cheating incident involving stralia players during a test match the chief executive of cricket australia is expected to take tough action against several players bbc news.
"ghani" Discussed on Amanpour
"Doesn't show confidence, does it. I mean, a winning side doesn't need to classify the body count. We have not classified the Buddika This is totally false. And it's available inch with you want interviews. I would ask the ministry of defence interior and the national directed of security to share all the figures which I have been interviewing you Mr President for the last eighteen years in in all your different government positions. And now as President, you've been trying to work this problem for that long. Is this a last-ditch effort for you? What happens if it doesn't work? What happens to you? What happens to your people and to your country? First, the full no effort for peace is last-ditch. We will succeed our past. Against all, odds is to be able to do impossible things when the Soviet Union invaded this 1979. Was there any went on in the world that believed that he would succeed? Friend-or-foe we succeeded. But subsequent, they were unable to benefit from our games. When I became president, The overwhelming opinion was that we would collapse within six months to nine months. We are moving forward. Let us please understand that the absolute majority of the F one men and women or under thirteen There is a generational change in government in society and the economy, and particularly in culture. In the younger generation of our funded, Stan bolt owned the problems in owned the solutions I was in the city of out for four days inaugurating the tap He project and its related projects. The sense of creativity stands me how. Me and we hope that they would take a chance that this offered earnestly for the good of people. It's the command of God. The Almighty that will not to seek peace war is not the way. But my firm belief is that our nation will succeed as we have succeeded against-all-odds in the past against-all-odds indeed. President Ashraf Ghani thanks so much for joining me from cobbled tonight. Thank you. And the former Afghan president Hamid Karzai has also just way DM he strongly supports President Guntis reconciliation efforts, And he's urging the Taliban to quote work with fellow Afghans for an end to our suffering. Hiring every business needs great people and a better way to find them something better than Posting your job online and just praying for the right people to see it. ZipRecruiter knew there is a smarter way. So they built a platform that finds the right job candidates for EU ZipRecruiter learns what you're looking for, identifies people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. In fact, eighty percent of employers who post jobs on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day and ZipRecruiter doesn't stop there. They even spotlight the strongest applications you receive. So you never miss a great match. 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Turning now to another intractable regional conflict, The one between Israel and the Palestinians, and the one inside Israel in nine years under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and with Israel's political left in disarray. Netanyahu has a free hand when it comes to making policy, but one prominent Israeli voice refuses to give in to what he calls the groupthink paralysing Israel's government, My guest of Romberg He was a rising political star speaker of the Israeli Knesset even acting as president for a short time in the summer of two thousand but now he's out on the fringe label by many a Gadfly pointing an accusing finger at Israel for its failure to bring peace and equal rights to this vital parts of the Middle East Berg's new book in days to come a new hope for Israel is his account of his personal journey from Zion is true believer to modern day Jeremiah. I've Burg Welcome to the pro. Graham Thank you very much. So is that All right? Is that all where you stand right now? You're a true believer. Your father was there the creation. He helped create the State of Israel, and now you have turned against this with a vengeance. No, Her, Yes, I don't have this kind of emotions when it come. I'm not angry. I have a lot of hopes. I mean, I see the problems. I'm upset with the political situation. I wait for some condo, some kind of of Gandhi inspiration in our region. Somebody to come with a vocabulary in Syntex of peace to a region which is an iconic conflict. Yet at the same time I didn't give up. I believe that the opportunities are there and I believe it is possible you You've written this book and you are angry. You're
"ghani" Discussed on Amanpour
"Support for I'm on poor comes from our friends at Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans, home plays a big role in your life. That's why Quicken Loans created rugged mortgage it. Let you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process Foley so you can be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started. Go to rocket mortgage dot com slash I'm on poor. Patty, Hearst was the victim of the most bizarre kidnapping in American history, what she a hostage o-on Shia terrorist. The radical story of Patty Hearst Sunday at nine eastern on CNN. The. Tonight off two decades of war in an exclusive interview, the Afghan president Ashraf Ghani tells me why he's making an unprecedented peace offer to the Taliban's Also ahead decades of war between Israel and the Palestinians. I told to the former speaker of the Israeli Knesset Avrom bird at a time when peace seems farther away than ever. Good evening, everyone And welcome to the program. I'm pristine on one pour in London at war for almost forty years since 1979 Soviet invasion and with United States fighting the last sixteen years, hundreds of thousands of civilians dead has the time for peace in Afghanistan. Finally arrived, President Ashraf Ghani tells me that it has he's reaching out to the Taliban with the best offer. They've had yet legitimization talks without preconditions everything on the table. But the Taleban is far from grasping the hand of reconciliation. It doesn't even recognize Ghandi's government. It says it will only speak with United States. But President Ghani tells me that it is time now for them to separate that posturing from reality. The president Ghani Welcome to the program from Kabul It's a pleasure to be with you. You have put everything on the table. Why are you doing it unwind now? The one of the food is because our society is a consensus. Now Our woman, all ethnic groups, all political parties, If converged on the need to seek peace equally, We have an international consensus that is supporting guess plus a vase important event. This happened the Muslim world. The colors Islamic scholars that will among are beginning to speak clearly on condemning suicide bombings, that type of violence that is not rooted in out Islamic culture and civilization. So we need to move forward in the other side to stop Trinity's You talk about consensus. And yes, of course the Afghan people in the region and you're international partners want peace, but they are very divided on whether you should be offering everything including re-examining the Constitution to a group. That seems to have the upper hand on the ground right now, controlling alert and active in the majority of the land. And also for women, especially who have historically been not considered equal by the Taliban and you of course wants call them terrorists. Terror is an activity, The Irish, the Good Friday accord. Was it reached with a group that poor nice people or a group that were engaged in destabilising? So the important issue is now Dole's one to separate themselves from international terrorist organizations and terrorist activities would need to be separated through this process. Secondly, I would woman. If emerged to speak for themselves to take great public positions, We have ten deputy ministers five-woman ambassadors team ministers. They are increasingly active. They are going to be engaged in every part of the peace process. Thirdly, I would question with respect You'll or assertion that are militarily dominant for the first time since the departure of the national talk. We are steadily moving. We have a four-year plan. We are offering this not out of some disparition but out of courage and conviction that the violence that has inflicted on our people, that type of violence that they resorting to is an indication of weakness, not strength, Okay, took kill innocent civilians is not an act of courage. I, I know you say that and of course it is not inactive courage to kill innocent. Civilians. However. The facts on the ground, according to a US militry report just recently said that your government only controls eighteen percent of the country's districts. That means the Taleban does have the upper hand right now. And furthermore, this group which calls itself I eat, I would. I would strongly disagree with that. I would strongly disagree with that. I've just had the briefing some again, from the US General Nicholson will disagree with that. This is not the fat. So what is the then how much do you control f consolidated? Day in effect, in terms of the number of of district it most, if he even if you go at a liberal classification at It's nine to twelve districts out of close to four hundred, They have not been able to take a single city. At a provincial capital or consolidate the key goals to overthrow the government or to create two separate geographies is not happen. Well, let me again come-back because the UN said that last year alone Afghan civilians suffered ten thousand casualties dead and wounded, and your capital has come under awful suicide bombing in the last several weeks. A hundred people killed by a a weaponized ambulance. Taleban breaching the most secure hotel in the capital, the Intercontinental. But more importantly, I want to ask you to respond to their response. This is what they have said, And I say that they call themselves the Islamic Emirate so that cobble process and other such efforts seek surrender from the Islamic Emirate at a time when the Islamic Emirate is without a doubt a force that has defeated and international arrogant power like him. America with all its allies and tools at disposal should do you believe such a proposal is logical. That's their view of your offer, any encouragement by Americans to talk to you. They don't even want to talk to you the government when certain the But let's separate posturing from the realities. Every group that is dedicated to violence is going to exaggerate the tone importance in its posture. The question is directed to the people of Afghanistan when a group is so desperate to kill innocent civilians and take responsibility for it. That's not an act of strength That is not an act of a group that thinks they're winning or defeating. So this is what the former US defence secretary Chuck Hagel told me yesterday And of course, Let's not forget. He was President, Obama's Defense Secretary. This is what the American point of view seems to be. Now. There is no other way out of this. There is no military solution here. And at some point the United States is going to say, enough is enough. We've never been an award this long, and I think Ghani understands that. And I think this approaches is the only legitimate wise responsible course of action to take. So he's oversee fully backs what you're doing and you. No, I wonder what backing you getting from the Trump administration. They have not wanted to talk to the Taliban even though the Taliban is, is reached out directly to them. The secretary's Right. We have to show an end to war. We ahead hit full support and backing from the Trump administration in its action lead the New South Asia's strategy of the Trump administration that is created. The enabling invited meant to move to both have this trend to move forward with security to farms and consolidation of security, but also to put the ultimate political solution. Clearly, what about the all important country, your neighbor, Pakistan, which you have called in the past, the center of the Taleban wish the Trump administration has just censured and removed a hefty, many, many hundreds of millions of dollars of security aid for their active. In this regard, um, you know, without their support is not going to work Is it We have suffered. A comprehensive discussion would perks than and yesterday I announced that one is then is willing to arrive at an agreement on a plan to repatriate that two point two million of our fellow citizens that have been living as refugees in perks stunned so that there be no excuse. Let's Pakistan is at the moment of choice. It's past course of action is resulted. In a situation where it his placed in isolation, its interests, it statement for this at national interest in its regional in Fez required to be connecting in we hope that Pakistan would opt for the right approach. And can I ask you a question that others have asked you in the past, including you've had questions from CNN about this, since the autumn You've been classifying the key details around your minitry. The numbers of military and police is particularly those who have been killed in this ongoing battle. Why are you doing that? And that doesn't
"ghani" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"People would keep but i did find a japan times food and drink article from two thousand two called in a pinch these will do just fine a now the attack by rick lapointe uh it's about the culinary uses of freshwater crabs species called sala ghani meaning marsh crab a river crab and the mo kuzutani or the mitton crab now some ghani in particular is tiny barely three centimetres long as an adult and lapointe writes quote some ghani ranging color from deep purple to blue too bright crimson they are a treat all summer long usually available from late may not often seen in local supermarkets solid ghani are sold in larger retail food markets and at any good fish purveyor as with makusi ghani saba ghani must be cooked thoroughly before being served these little crapper eaten whole as a rule and are usually fried briefly so the chris shell and all the legs may be eaten so so they fry they fry them or raise them eat them whole eat the whole shell out so they're just they're small enough to where they're shell is just not that dick or it's kind of because normally only here of this with with softshell crowd yet where the shell the new shell has not yet developed yeah and so this article ins with a recipe actually for brace sweetened salty salva ghani with sake soy sauce sugar and chili powder and sounds kind of good it does i'm i'm i'm suddenly uh hungry for crab now i don't know if it's possible to eat haiqa ghani in the same way the the same or i crab maybe the taste taster the texture would be different in a way that would make this impossible maybe the shells too hard or something i looked all over the place for recipes are similar stories featuring haiqa ghani and i couldn't find anything no there there were no results i could find for hake ghani recipe is or ways of preparing them culinary traditions so i guess it's possible that this could be for cultural reasons rather than there being some problem with their bodies making them in edible but i found nothing all right let's take another.
"ghani" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Xiaomi so what do you think about flanker ghani what's the same for one second that we don't arm schoolteachers that want to be on but we eliminate the signs we just create the doubt we send the subliminal message or a very provocative message that there might be guns here so many people and as has happened over the years and certainly escalated after parkland have suggested metal detectors and schools okay a sale at walks in a building metaldetector is awarded starts screaming its long's out but yet there's nobody there armed to deal with it now we might have four warning that somebody has been detected with something but if there is no response in place no response strategy what good or metal detectors criminals and those intent on evil are by their very nature cowardly school shooting is a cowardly act is the threat of immediate retribution not a deterrent sometimes will drive down the road.
"ghani" Discussed on Today's KCCR
"Pearl the and now ghani geez the respect two two oh no no no no hey oh room wound down dan no and the no.
"ghani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You've been listening to that report in the interview with ashraf ghani how optimistic o how realistic is what he's saying in the the idea that that the troops the nato troops can leave within four years this full year security plan given the context and how many people killed so regularly in the diet security situation how realistic is that well there's a reason for prisoner gonese optimism he stated quite clearly that the the taliban how strategic goals to try and take over the country and how to as a whole on on the the way there to try and capture whole chunks of it so they can now set up islamic eminent if you value wait the way the fighting has gone over the past year they have made zero progress towards that goal despite the fact that there have been heavy casualties on both sides so i mean the afternoon was difficult to call it optimism i don't think that adds up to victory for either side but it does add up to walk president ghani point to two witches this will end in some form of a political settlement will let's talk about where where at win the possibilities and the options of the political settlement that the us wants cobbled to close the taliban office in in doha inkatha what where are we at in terms of back channel talks i'm not aware of any substantial progress towards your closing a deal on the political settlement or even setting up in the go shaking channels the the of the future of the the cutter offices in doubt as some of us have warned that this closed it would look very much like closing the door of negotiation but on the other hand that office has been therefore for on obviously the taliban delegation a cutter has been there for four or five years on the really haven't taken any initiatives themselves donohue think near towards progress towards peace so the situation on the ground i think is convincing many in the taliban movement that they will have to talk but that talking is not yet happening really how that's going to be the next stage who's going.