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"ghani baradar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Tanya Mosley. This is here and now anti Taliban activists in Afghanistan are asking world leaders not to recognize the new interim Afghan government. There are no women in the Taliban cabinet. It even includes an extremist on the FBI's most wanted list, a far cry from the inclusive, moderate leadership Many had wanted. For more on what this all means. We're joined by NPR's Jackie Northam in Islamabad, Pakistan. Jackie Welcome. Thank you very much. This new interim government is made up of a lot of the old guard. Tell us who they are. You're right. I mean, there are a lot of familiar faces here that have been with the Taliban for many, many years. The new head of the Afghanistan's government interim Head is a man named Mohammed Hassan Cocoon, and he's considered Hardliner. Absolutely. He comes from Kandahar, which is the birthplace of the Taliban, and he's held various leadership rules over the years, including foreign minister and the deputy prime minister when the Taliban ruled Afghanistan in the nineties, So he's got experience. Abdelghani bought it down and this is interesting. He heads the Taliban's political officer. He's going to be the interim deputy prime minister. But this was a A surprise as he was really widely expected to lead the Taliban government. There's a couple others you know, there's the son of Mullah Omar, who founded the Taliban. He's now the interim defense minister. And then we have Sirajuddin Haqqani, who is basically on a wanted list with the U. S. And the F B I, and he has a you know, a $5 million bounty on his head. So you know, those are some of the people that we can expect that will be running Afghanistan on the next short while and maybe once they finalize the government as well, Hakani, as you mentioned the U. S considers him it. To be a terrorist. They put him on the FBI most wanted list. Can you tell us a little bit more about why he's on the FBI Most wanted list. Absolutely. He's part of a network. If you like a terror network. It's actually called the Haqqani Network. And he himself has been behind a number of really large terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and here in Pakistan as well, And as I said, you know, he's got a multi million dollar bounty on his head, and he will be the interim interior minister. The backdrop of all of this, of course, is that the Taliban assured the U. S. And all of its allies that they attempt to be more inclusive and moderate. These appointments do they show us just how little the Taliban has really changed. Yes, it would appear that way. I mean, I think us its allies were expecting something a bit broader, as far as the government was concerned, at least different ethnic groups, if you like, or perhaps even a woman, and what's interesting is the fellow that I was saying. That should have been. Everybody was expecting Abdul Ghani Baradar. What's interesting with him is that he is considered a moderate. If you're talking to Taliban turns, he is seen as a conciliator. He was the one that was involved in the peace negotiations. And he is not the leader at this point, and that tends, you know, analysts here feel that It will not be as moderate as people hope. They were just because of borrowed are not getting in there and certainly the fact you have no women. You have no different ethnic groups. Anything like that. What is the U. S said about this and its allies. Well, it's interesting. The State Department put out a statement yesterday and it was it just said, You know, it's concerned about the affiliations in the track records of some of those people now holding posts in Afghanistan's government, But you can almost see they don't want to be too aggressive, too forward leaning too harsh at this point, because there are still a lot of Americans in Afghanistan, and they need the the Taliban's help. Mhm. What has been the reaction where you are in Pakistan. It's been kind of muted. Pakistan is in sort of an interesting position. When it comes to Afghanistan, you know they thought long ties with the Taliban. Pakistan wants security. It wants stability in this region. You know the intelligence chief with in Kabul over the weekend how much Pakistan still has influence over the Taliban. It's hard to say people, I think, almost taking a wait and see attitude here as well. You mentioned there aren't any women in this cabinet. Right? What do these new government appointees signal about the future for Afghans? I mean, all of these demonstrations are happening there being put down violently by the Taliban. They beat women who are protesting for their rights. Um, yeah. What does this actually mean in the long term, possibly right. I mean, if the Taliban is, you know, saying out of one side of the mouth that they're going to be moderate that you know people are going to have to say And then you see these protests being put down violently, You know, women are getting rifle butts and the heads and things like that. I think what's really interesting is that people are still going out to demonstrate. You know, they know where the Taliban is like, but it just, You know, they've had these, You know, relative freedoms for 20 years and all of a sudden they're being taken away and they're just strikes me that They're almost impromptu. These demonstrations and they're passionate and people are coming out. They know what the Taliban can do. They can kill them. You know, during demonstrations like this and you've got to admire them. These people are still coming out, and a lot of them don't have their faces covered so they can be tracked down. NPR's Jackie Northam is always thank you so much. My pleasure. Thank you. In Richmond, Virginia. Today an historic moment as crowds gathered this morning to watch Cruz remove a 12 ton statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee United.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Schools or childcare settings in the state Union County public schools, the state's sixth largest school district reports. As of Friday, about one in eight students were under quarantine. The district voted down a proposal last month to require mask wearing in Georgia Griffin Spalding school system is switching to virtual learning after three school bus employees have died from cold. Mid 19 in recent weeks in Savannah. Some school bus drivers staged too sick out Tuesday after a similar protest last Friday. I might grow CEO Human rights groups are asking NBC to cancel plans to cover the Winter Olympics that begin February 4th in Beijing there, citing human rights abuses in China. This is a P news. The US is pointing out that some of those the Taliban have named its new interim government in Afghanistan have troubling track records. Here's Ben Thomas. The Taliban have announced a caretaker cabinet that pays homage to the group's old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan cocooned. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul during the last years of its rule. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sirajuddin Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. Vietnam government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtun ethnic group. Move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas and I'm Rita Foley. AP News This is 8:20, A.m., W. CPT, Willow Springs and Streaming Worldwide. W cpt 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where Facts matter now you're w c P T a 20 Chicago traffic.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Vaccination rates in the country, with us on half a residents age 12 or older, fully vaccinated. For NPR News. I'm Rachel Cohen, Texas Republicans racked up a major victory Tuesday as governor Greg Abbott signed a controversial and expansive voting bill into law. From member station K T. R A Bret Jaspers reports that the new law imposes major restrictions on how Texans may cast their ballots. Civil rights groups have already filed lawsuits against the measure, saying the restrictions on 24 hour voting and expanded drive through voting limit options that kept voters safe during the pandemic, particularly voters of color. But at the bill signing Texas Governor Greg Abbott was unworried about the legal challenges. Whenever laws like this are past, the first thing the Democrats do is they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the Lydia litigation phase, it will be upheld. Texas's the latest of several Republican led states that have passed restrictive voting measures after the 2020 election. I'm Bret Jaspers in Dallas. In Mexico. A magnitude seven earthquake struck an area near Acapulco, causing damage to several buildings. The quake was felt over 200 miles away in Mexico City, prompting some frightened residents there to flee to safety. Power outages were reported in some parts of the city. You're listening to NPR news. In a huge move for the predominantly Catholic country. Mexico Supreme Court Has ruled unanimously they're penalizing abortion is unconstitutional. Member station. K eggs from terror desk in air. Simple yield. Um, Air most sealed Mexico. Kendall Blust has that story. Lovely. Assume. Had a parakeet has made. Adidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said the ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental right and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy with up to three years in prison. In Mexico. Abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion. For NPR news. I'm Kendall Blessed in, um Ocio, Mexico. US State Department officials are expressing concern about some of the individuals that have been chosen by the Taliban to fill top Cabinet posts. Mullah Mohammad Hassan Cocoon has been chosen to lead the male only interim Afghan government. Mila Kun is the longtime leader of the Taliban's leadership Council. He is also on the U. N sanctions list his deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office. The Taliban now claims to control all of the Afghanistan and says.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The Democrats do is they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the Livia litigation phase, it will be upheld. Texas's the latest of several Republican led states that have passed restrictive voting measures after the 2020 election. I'm Bret Jaspers in Dallas. In Mexico. A magnitude seven earthquake struck an area near Acapulco, causing damage to several buildings. The quake was felt over 200 miles away in Mexico City. Prompting some frightened residents there to flee to safety. Power outages were reported in some parts of the city. You're listening to NPR news. In a huge move for the predominantly Catholic country. Mexico Supreme Court Has ruled unanimously that penalizing abortion is unconstitutional. Member station. Cage's front terror desk in air. Simple yield. Um Air most sealed Mexico. Kendall Blust has that story. Love league. Assume Had a parakeet has made. Adidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said The ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental right and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy. With up to three years in prison. In Mexico, abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion for NPR news. I'm Kendall blessed in Mosco, Mexico. US State Department officials are expressing concern about some of the individuals that have been chosen by the Taliban to fill top Cabinet posts. Mullah Mohammad Hassan Cocoon has been chosen to lead the male only interim Afghan government. Mila Kunis, the longtime leader of the Taliban Leadership Council. He is also on the U. N sanctions list his deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office. The Taliban now claims to control all of the Afghanistan and says the country will be govern under Sharia law..

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Government announced all men, mostly Pashtun, some of them on terror watch lists. Taliban founder Abdul Ghani Baradar will become the new acting deputy prime minister, the new prime minister, Mullah Mohammad Hassan, a Kunde. Wanted by the FBI for ties to Al Qaeda outside the former U. S embassy in Kabul, freshly painted Taliban flag and coat of arms for the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan, a source on the ground tells Fox News. More of these symbols are appearing around Kabul. Fox is David Spot. Former acting CIA director Michael Moral says he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. The United Nations, making an emergency appeal for more than $600 million to help nearly 11 million people in Afghanistan, which the U N says are facing a humanitarian crisis, fueled by Dr the drought, chronic poverty and the sharp increase in hostilities. The Taliban swept to power President Biden touring flood damaged parts of New York and New Jersey on Tuesday, These waves crashed through the streets here. Testing the aging infrastructure and taken lives. More lives were taken here. Then down in Louisiana President blamed global climate change for weather extremes, saying we don't have any more time more than 400,000 homes and businesses in Louisiana still have no power approaching 10 days and hurricane item made landfall. Vermont three states troopers have turned in their badges after being accused of the scheme to create a phony coronavirus vaccination card. Potentially a federal offense. Strong earthquake has shaken southwestern Mexico near the resort city of Acapulco. The U. S Geological Survey estimates the magnitude at seven No immediate reports of damage. Wall Street Tuesday the Dow lost 269 points the S and P 500 fell 15 NASDAQ gained nearly 11 America.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

"Cards. State police director Colonel Matthew Birmingham in a statement calls their actions an extraordinary level of misconduct, a criminal violation of the law. The FBI is investigating. Mexico's Supreme Court ruled today it is unconstitutional to punish abortion unanimously annulling provisions of the law in the state on the Texas border. Had made abortion a criminal act. Only four Mexican states now allow abortion in mode, Afghanistan's Taliban has announced an interim government that seems unlikely to win the international support the new leaders desperately need to avoid an economic meltdown. It's an all male interim government taking charge in Afghanistan, and it's stacked with veterans of their hardline rule from the 19 nineties in the 20 year battle against the US led coalition and its Afghan government allies. Among the most notable names Sirajuddin Haqqani as interior minister, he heads to fear to Connie Network that's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings. And he's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The Haqqani network is believed to still be holding at least one American hostage. I'm Ben Thomas. The Taliban have announced a caretaker cabinet that pays homage to the group's old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan cocooned. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul During the last years of its rule. Abdul Ghani Baradar will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sir Roger Dean Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The interim government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtun ethnic group. The move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas. Thank.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

"It's an all male interim government taking charge in Afghanistan, and it's stacked with veterans of their hardline rule from the 19 nineties in the 20 year battle against the US led coalition and its Afghan government allies. Among the most notable names Sirajuddin Haqqani as interior minister. He heads to fear to Connie Network that's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings. And he's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The Haqqani network is believed to still be holding at least one American hostage. I'm Ben Thomas. The Taliban have announced a caretaker cabinet that pays homage to the group's old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan a coon. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul during the last years of its rule, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar or will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sir Roger Dean Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The interim government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtu, an ethnic group. The move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas as he toured Ida's damage. In New Jersey. President Biden heard a harrowing tale from one couple that escaped before the storms. Remnants destroyed their home. It's incredible in the Lost Valley neighborhood of Manville, the president stopped in front of what used to be a home. Why should you explain what happened? Eggen Domar said her family left before the storm got really bad to protect their four month old daughter, Lila. Her husband briefly returned a few hours later for Trinity. The cat. Our plan was to come back once the water had gone down and salvage things from the second floor nursery, but before they could the houses on higher after Domar told her story, the president gave her a hug. Thank God you're safe. Thank God the most important thing saw Girma Ghani Washington. This Labor.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

"Has announced an interim government that seems unlikely to win the international support the new leaders desperately need to avoid an economic meltdown. It's an all male interim government taking charge in Afghanistan, and it's stacked with veterans of their hardline rule from the 19 nineties in the 20 year battle against the US led coalition and its Afghan government allies. Among the most notable names Sirajuddin Haqqani as interior minister, he heads to fear to Connie Network that's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings. And he's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The Haqqani network is believed to still be holding at least one American hostage. I'm Ben Thomas. The Taliban have announced a caretaker cabinet that pays homage to the group's old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan, a coon. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul During the last years of its rule. Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sir Roger Dean Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. Vietnam government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtun ethnic group. The move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas as he toured Ida's damage. In New Jersey. President Biden heard a harrowing tale from one couple that escaped before the storms. Remnants destroyed their home. It's incredible in the Lost Valley neighborhood of Manville, the president stopped in front of what used to be a home. Don't you explain what happened? Eggen Domar said her family left before the storm got really bad to protect their four month old daughter, Lila. Her husband briefly returned a few hours later for Trinity. The cat. Our plan was to come back once the water had gone down and salvage things from the second floor nursery, But before they could, the house is on fire. After Domar told her story, the president gave her a hug. Thanks. Guys are safe. Thank God the most important thing Saw. Girma Ghani Washington this Labor.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on AP News

"In the Northeast, the AP Soccer Madani has the story Incredible in the Lost Valley neighborhood of Manville, the president stopped in front of what used to be a home. Don't you explain what happened again? Domar said her family left before this. Storm got really bad to protect their four month old daughter, Lila. Her husband briefly returned a few hours later for Trinity. The cat. Our plan was to come back once the water had gone down and salvage things from the second floor nursery, but before they could the houses on higher after Domar told her story, the president gave her a hug. Thank God you're safe. Thank God the most important thing. Saga A Megane Washington, American veterans groups and others are pleading for US and Taliban action on a week long standoff that has left hundreds of would be evacuated from Afghanistan desperate to board waiting charter flights out of an airport in northern Afghanistan. Michael Morell, the CIA man who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11th 2000 and one Says he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda back to rebuild in Afghanistan. A new voting law was signed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Today. Democrats say it will make it tougher for minorities to vote. Abbott says it makes the election process more secure. At least three lawsuits have been filed. The first thing the Democrats do as they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the lady litigation phase, it will be upheld. Some changes squarely take aim at Harris County in Houston, where President Biden carried the county last November, Mexico's Supreme Court ruled it's unconstitutional to punish abortion. A Mexican state had made abortion a criminal act. Stocks finished mixed. The Dow down 269 points. This is a P news The Taliban announced a caretaker cabinet in Afghanistan. It pays homage to the old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan, a coon. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul During the last years of its rule. Abdul Ghani Baradar will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sir Roger Dean Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million Our bounty on his head. Vietnam government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtu, an ethnic group. The move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas, The first country to accept Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador. The rollout was not smooth. The value of Bitcoin plummeted early in the trading day, but recovered some of those losses. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Joe didn't talk to a mattress firm Sleep expert and when hunger led him to the deli junk sleep left his wallet at home. Oh, Tonight, leaving Joe checking every single pocket. No, no twice to the frustration of everyone in line. For the type of sleep that makes wallets unforgettable. Head to mattress firm an unjust your sleep today, let me get up and Taliban has announced an interim government that seems unlikely to win the international support the new leaders desperately need to avoid an economic meltdown. It's an all male interim government taking charge in Afghanistan, and it's stacked with veterans of their hardline rule from the 19 nineties in the 20 year battle against the US led coalition and its Afghan government allies. Among the most notable names Sirajuddin Haqqani as interior minister, he heads the fear to Connie Network that's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings. And he's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The Haqqani network is believed to still be holding at least one American hostage. I'm Ben Thomas. The Taliban have announced a caretaker cabinet that pays homage to the group's old guard. Afghanistan's interim prime minister is Mullah Hassan cocooned. He headed the Taliban government in Kabul During the last years of its rule. Abdul Ghani Baradar will be one of two deputies. He led talks with the United States and signed the deal that led to America's final withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sir Roger Dean Haqqani has been named interior minister. He's on the FBI's most wanted list with a $5 million bounty on his head. The interim government is all male and drawn mostly from Afghanistan's dominant Pashtun ethnic group. The move seems unlikely to win the international support Afghanistan needs to avoid an economic meltdown. I'm Ben Thomas as he toured Ida's damage. In New Jersey. President Biden heard a harrowing tale from one couple that escaped before the storms. Remnants destroyed their home. It's incredible in the Lost Valley neighborhood of Manville, the president stopped in front of what used to be a home. Why don't you explain what happened? Eggen Domar said her family left before the storm got really bad to protect their four month old daughter, Lila. Her husband briefly returned a few hours later for Trinity. The cat. Our plan was to come back once the water had gone down and salvage things from the second floor nursery, but before they could the houses on higher after Domar told her story, the president gave her a hug. Thank God you're safe. Thank God he is the most important thing. Song er Megane Washington this Labor Day put an end to junk sleep right now.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:19 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"If we don't do some, we can't turn it back very much, but we can prevent it from getting worse. New York City officials say they're tracking a rainstorm that's forecast to reach the city Wednesday night, the mayor says, if needed, the city may put in place travel bans and try to evacuate people living in basement apartments. Hansi Lo Wang NPR news and NPR's Mara Liasson has more on how Biden could use the aftermath of the storm to push his infrastructure bill forward. There's a lot of money in that bill to increase hurricane resiliency. There's even more money for climate change projects in the reconciliation bill, the big budget bill, But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it. Reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there from my state like Louisiana. And it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. NPR's Mara Liasson, the Taliban have formed an interim government in Afghanistan as NPR's Jackie Northam reports. Among the senior leaders are fighters who are core members of the Taliban. Afghanistan's interim government is made up of the Taliban's old guard. The new leader is Mullah Mohammad Hassan cocooned. He's considered a hardliner from Kandahar and is headed the Taliban's leadership Council for 20 years. The deputy prime minister is Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office and was widely expected to become leader. There was no mention about the group's spiritual leader. Nor was there any indication that the new Afghan government would be inclusive involving other political parties and players as the Taliban had hinted, and there was no mention of a woman holding a ministerial role. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD In Minneapolis, The judge has struck down ballot language that sought to replace the Minneapolis police Department with the new agency. Judge Jamie Anderson says the wording was misleading and unworkable. The language approved by the City Council would have asked voters whether to replace the police force with a new Department of public Safety. That quote may include police officers, but remove a city charter mandate that the city have a police department. Anderson issued the order today just ahead of a deadline for ballots to go to the printer..

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:41 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"William burns a veteran diplomat to kabul to meet secretly with taliban leader abdul ghani bara dr and discussed the us evacuation efforts and biden's intention to prevent terror cells from operating in afghanistan after the us leaves according to a us official familiar with the meeting. The meeting was first reported by the washington post while thousands of americans have already left the country. The administration hasn't specified the number that still remain and with biden saying he will only extend the august thirty first deadline for a full withdrawal if the evacuation is not complete. They now have just seven days to get the rest of the americans out of afghanistan. It's a major test for an administration still reeling from the talibans. Speedy takeover and the stakes are enormous. Biden's ham fisted handling of the withdrawal has already undermined. Us credibility with allies now. Thousands of american lives could hang in the balance and the success or failure and getting them out will shape how biden's presidency is remembered the key right now for president biden in order to get beyond the chaos of the withdrawal decision is to be able to complete the evacuation of all of the us citizens and afghans that we promised to evacuate says leon panetta who served as secretary of defense and cia director under president barack obama. If we fail in that commitment. I think it will further undercut our credibility. The administration has been working overtime to ensure it doesn't since august fourteenth. Seventy thousand people have been evacuated from afghanistan. Biden said on tuesday. The pentagon told reporters that as of august twenty third. Four thousand american passport-holders have been evacuated. The administration has also asked six airlines to supply eighteen aircraft for additional assistance. The goal biden said on august twentieth is to ensure any american. Who wants to get home will get home. But there are complex challenges to fulfilling that objective the biden administration doesn't know how many americans are currently left in afghanistan wanting to be evacuated. Americans are asked to voluntarily register their contacts and whereabouts with the us embassy when they arrive in afghanistan but many don't addition there's no requirement that americans notified the embassy when they depart the country leaving the state department's database clogged with contacts for americans who may have already gotten out. This is a dynamic number. white house. Spokeswoman jen psaki said tuesday about the number of americans who need to be evacuated. We're working our by our to refine and make it precise. The.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"S FM HD to four words. No extensions. I'm Chris Foster. Fox News. A Taliban spokesman says the U. S must complete evacuations and get troops out of Afghanistan by a week from today. President Biden's been speaking this morning with other world leaders of the G seven group of nations about Afghanistan and getting civilians and allies out. And there's been a secret meeting with the Taliban's leader, Senior U S. Officials confirmed that CIA Director William Burns met with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Kabul yesterday. That's the highest level in person encounter between the Biden administration and the Taliban since the group took control of the Afghan capital. One of the issues the U. S. Is facing is the massive airlift of those who want to leave Afghanistan and the potential of moving back a deadline of August 31st while the Taliban is currently allowing evacuations to continue from Kabul, a spokesman for the group says any extension past the end of the month would be quote a clear violation of the U. S agreement on the withdrawal of troops. Sonia J. Powers. Fox News. The House is back in session at noon today, votes to advanced infrastructure spending on the Democrats Go it alone, Bigger spending bill have been held up over some centrist Democrats insistence that the bipartisan infrastructure will be passed first. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been trying to tie them together to make sure the larger bill gets through. Warning to not use a D warming drug to treat Covid 19. A spike in calls to poison control in Mississippi has the state warning people against using a drug called by from acting, an anti parasitic treatment for humans and animals like horses and a hardware medicine for dogs. They're the drugs produced for humans are different than the drugs made for livestock, which is highly concentrated and toxic to humans. At least two people have been hospitalized as interest in the drug rises amid spikes in the delta variants of the career. The virus Foxes Jeff but also the Israeli military announces airstrikes in response to machine gun fire from Hamas militants in Gaza. America is listening to Fox News. This is a metaphor for your businesses Journey. Sometimes it feels like you're going 100 Miles an hour, barely keeping up, But to Christchurch challenges. You need someone who's right there with.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Discovered a range of high sense dot com. No extensions. I'm Chris Foster. Fox News. A Taliban spokesman says the U. S must complete evacuations and get troops out of Afghanistan by a week from today. President Biden's been speaking this morning with other world leaders of the G seven group of nations about Afghanistan and getting civilians and allies out. And there's been a secret meeting with the Taliban's leader, Senior U S. Officials confirmed that CIA Director William Burns met with Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in Kabul yesterday. It's the highest level in person encounter between the vied administration and the Taliban since the group took control of the Afghan capital. One of the issues the U. S. Is facing is the massive airlift of those who want to leave Afghanistan and the potential of moving back a deadline of August 31st while the Taliban is currently allowing evacuations to continue from Kabul, a spokesman for the group says any extension past the end of the month would be quote a clear violation of the U. S agreement on the withdrawal of troops. Kanye Jay Powers. Fox News. The House is back in session at noon today, votes to advanced infrastructure spending on the Democrats Go it alone, bigger spending bill have been held up over some centrist Democrats insistence that the bipartisan infrastructure will be passed first. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been trying to tie them together to make sure the larger bill gets through. Warning to not use a D warming drug to treat Covid 19. A spike in calls to poison control in Mississippi has the state warning people against using a drug called I've remarked in an anti parasitic treatment for humans and animals like horses and a hardware medicine for dogs, though the drugs produced for humans are different than the drugs made for livestock, which is highly concentrated and toxic to humans. At least two people have been hospitalized as interest in the drug rises amid spikes in the delta variant of the Corona. The virus. Foxes Jeff and also the Israeli military announces airstrikes in response to machine gun fire from Hamas.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on KCRW

"For Southern California. Good morning, the FDA officially approved fighters covid vaccine, giving skeptics one less reason to avoid it. So what does this mean for the fight against Covid It's morning edition from NPR News. Coming up a conversation with the director of the National Institutes of Health. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Leila Fadel. Also this hour What does President Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal say about his feet of America's role in the world? Flash flooding has devastated parts of Tennessee. We'll check in with first responders and ask what science tells us about the connection to climate change. And this popular game show is on the hunt for yet another new host. What is jeopardy? It's Tuesday, August 24th. Dave Chappelle is 48. The news is next. Live from NPR News in Washington on Korver Coleman CIA director William Burns has met with a top Taliban leader in Kabul, according to a U. S official familiar with the matter. NPR's Greg Myrie reports. This marks the highest level meeting between the Biden administration and the Taliban since they retook Afghanistan. CIA Director Burns and the Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, held talks Monday in the Afghan capital, according to the U. S official. The CIA declined to comment, and there was no word on what they discussed. However, the most pressing issue is whether the U. S air lift at the Kabul airport will continue beyond President Biden. Self imposed deadline of August 31st. Biden says the end of the month is still the target, though it will be difficult, if not impossible, to meet his goal of flying out all U. S citizens and at risk Afghans by that date. The Taliban say a continued U. S presence would cross a red line and there would be unspecified consequences. Greg Murray NPR NEWS Washington President Biden is meeting virtually today with leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations. The leaders of Britain, France and Germany want but into extend his August 31st deadline to withdraw from Afghanistan. A new scientific study shows that climate change was.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR News in Washington on Korver Coleman. CIA director William Burns was in Kabul Monday and met with the Taliban's de facto leader, Abdul Ghani Baradar. It's not known what they discussed, but they're meeting comes as the US hastily tries to evacuate thousands of Americans from Afghanistan, along with Afghans who have helped the U. S and fear retaliation. The meeting also comes as president Biden gets ready to virtually attend an emergency meeting of the Group of Seven leaders Britain, France and Germany are urging Biden to delay his August 31st deadline to pull out of Afghanistan. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports France may wind down its evacuation if the deadline is not extended, France has evacuated some 2000 Afghans, but French Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian says more time is needed to complete the job. On Tuesday, an official in La Adrian's office Suggested if the deadline is not extended. France could wrap up its evacuations by this Thursday. Meanwhile, the European Union says it plans to ramp up humanitarian support for Afghans in and around their country to more than €200 million from the current €50 million. European governments are concerned about an influx of migrants fleeing Afghanistan. Eleanor Beardsley NPR NEWS PARIS Today is the deadline for the U. S intelligence community to deliver a report on what they know Know about the origins of the coronavirus as NPR's Geoff Brumfield reports. Many hope it will shed light on where the virus originated. There are two theories about where the coronavirus came from. One is that it started in the wild, possibly in bats, the others that it came from a laboratory in China. In May, President Biden ordered the nation's intelligence agencies to conduct a 90 day review of everything they had on the question. Since then, the agencies have been poring over things such as intercepted communications and databases to see if there's anything they've collected that might provide answers. The findings will be briefed to the president and Congress. An unclassified version of the report is expected to be released soon. Geoff Brumfield NPR NEWS Washington Texas Governor Greg Abbott is asking the state's Supreme Court to back his efforts to stop mask mandates in two counties. Texas Public Radio's Paul Flab reports San Antonio and Bear County successfully argued for an injunction against the state's ban on government mask mandates. They argued the current situation would prove irreparably harmful from unmitigated spread of Covid 19 is schools opened without masks. Monday, the attorney general's office filed for a stay nullifying the injunction, arguing irreparable harm was actually being caused by the growing list of local orders. In defiance of the governor's order banning mask mandates. The state asked for a Supreme Court orders, saying the fourth quarter appeals had abused its discretion by continuing the injunction after it was appealed. They argue the governor can't enforce laws if people are able to break them pending trial, and Paul Flab in San Antonio. This is NPR. At 604. This is case here. W I'm Matt Gillam High school athletes in L. A county will be tested for Covid weekly, and athletes who compete indoors are going to have to mask up even during games. That's according to a new safety guidelines handed down from public health officials. KCRW's Darryl Saxman has more on the new policies. The latest rules and recommendations from the LA County Health Department reflects growing concern about the spike in new covid cases coinciding with the opening of schools..

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On wdbo one Oh, 73 of M and a m 5 80. I'm Ray computer And I'm Marcia Taylor. Get on the W B o payroll. Pay out. You got a chance to win your share of $1000.05 times a day. Next chances at 10 just tap the payroll pale, but it's in the wdbo APP for more information. Dozens of U. S. Air Force planes are headed to Kabul expected to land in the next 24 hours as CNN reports more than 20,000. People are still at the airport waiting to be evacuated. The US flew more than 5000 people out on Sunday outside the airport that is still In chaos. I asked him on the other day. So tell me, what are they supposed to do? What is the interpreter who I know supposed to do because he has not been cleared for his visa because the paperwork it wasn't finished to the State Department process. They said, Well, he'll just have to wait for a call from us. He can't wait for a call, so people are trying everything. They can, the Biden administration said Sunday. More than 30,000 people have been flown out of Kabul since August, 14th by the U. S and its allies. Southwest plans to operate four flights Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Since their charter flights for the Pentagon, the airline says it can't reveal where the flights are originating or going to. They are not long haul flights as Southwest doesn't have that kind of aircraft. Its role is separate from evacuation flights being handled by United, American Atlas, Delta and Omni. For the Defense Department. This morning. The man considered to be the Taliban's top political leader arrived in Kabul. Abdul Ghani Baradar is there to talk about the new government. Isis prompted the U. S. Embassy to issue security threat warnings to Americans trying to make it to the Kabul airport. Apple is going to release a redesigned Apple Mini mashable reports. The new version will have Apple's upcoming MX processor. More ports than the current model and a different design. It is a 35 now at W. D. Bl I'm Scott an as Orlando's Morning news. I've got your weather and your traffic every six minutes in the morning. Modern human again today highs hitting 94 1 of about a 50% chance of some scattered storms, especially around two o'clock. And then after that, through the evening drive for tonight Partly cloudy temperatures in the mid seventies tomorrow 93 afternoon storm chance. At about 40% from Channel nine. Eyewitness News. I'm meteorologist Brian Shield 81 degrees Right now in Kissimmee 80. At Orlando's severe Weather Station. Safe Touch Security. Triple team traffickers go live to Air one. Here's Eric Brown. Before you found still.

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"ghani baradar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ghani baradar" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"That's 800 to 15 51 41. Peace talks between Afghanistan and the Taliban have begun US days. John Hunt has more historic negotiations between the Taliban and Afghanistan's political leadership opened in Qatar, offering a great chance of peace after decades of war. The U. S. Had hoped negotiations would start within two weeks of February 29th when it initially signed the peace deal with the Taliban. U S Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attended the opening ceremony. He met with Taliban co founder and political deputy Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar. Heads the organization's office in Qatar's capital and the members of the Taliban negotiating team, according to State Department spokesperson Kale Brown. For use Radio News. I'm John Hunt. It's been a violent summer in Baltimore, and it only got worse this past week with more hears US days, Chris Barnes between Sunday, September 6th and this Sunday morning, Baltimore police say at least 45 people were shot across that city. 11 of them had died from the shootings. 34 Others were wounded. Some still hospitalized over the long Labor Day weekend. 14 people were shot. Two of them died and one person was fatally stabbed. So far this year, Baltimore has seen a total of 233 homicides just shy of the 240 recorded at this point last year for use radio news. I'm Chris Barnes. You can listen to the news any time by logging on to USA radio dot com For USA Radio News. I'm Wendy King. Feel way of living with diabetes is a pain you've.

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