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Shipwreck of civilization: Pope comforts migrants on Lesbos

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Shipwreck of civilization: Pope comforts migrants on Lesbos

"Pope pope Francis Francis offers offers hope hope and and comfort comfort to to migrants migrants at at a a refugee refugee camp camp as as he he returns returns the the Greek Greek island island of of Lesbos Lesbos in in a a second second trip trip to to Lesbos Lesbos in in five five years years the the pope pope lamented lamented that that little little has has changed changed since since twenty twenty sixteen sixteen when when the the Greek Greek island island what's what's at at the the heart heart of of a a massive massive wave wave of of migration migration pope pope Francis Francis five five day day trip trip to to Cyprus Cyprus and and Greece Greece has has been been dominated dominated by by the the migrant migrant issue issue and and this this call call for for European European countries countries to to come come together together during during this this time time of of uncertainty uncertainty and and instability instability Greek Greek president president cut cut that that he he not not secular secular liberal liberal who who joined joined the the pope pope on on his his visit visit strongly strongly defended defended Greece's Greece's response response to to the the needs needs of of migrants migrants and and thanked thanked Francis Francis for for showing showing his his support support I'm I'm the the only only Shannon Shannon

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Migrant crisis front and center in pope's Greece-Cyprus trip

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Migrant crisis front and center in pope's Greece-Cyprus trip

"Pope pope Francis Francis is is heading heading back back to to the the Greek Greek island island of of Lesvos Lesvos to to meet meet migrants migrants and and asylum asylum seekers seekers for for the the second second time time in in five five years years the the comes comes as as European European governments governments are are hardening hardening borders borders and and policies policies to to keep keep migrants migrants out out even even as as religious religious facing facing broader broader collaboration collaboration to to address address major major global global problems problems Francis Francis is is making making a a repeat repeat visit visit to to the the island island where where hundreds hundreds of of thousands thousands of of refugees refugees and and migrants migrants have have passed passed through through on on their their journey journey to to Europe Europe the the pontiff pontiff starts starts his his five five day day trip trip on on Thursday Thursday in in Cyprus Cyprus before before heading heading to to Greece Greece on on Saturday Saturday the the separate separate government government says says pope pope Francis Francis is is arranging arranging to to transfer transfer a a number number of of migrants migrants to to Italy Italy after after he he concludes concludes his his three three day day visit visit I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was the third consecutive day of flight disruptions at Southwest They began a day after the union representing pilots has to federal court to block the airlines COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all employees Brian gesh says his Southwest flight from Washington D.C. to Milwaukee was called off I'm missing a day of work I own my own business and I'm canceling appointments So it's kind of frustrating Southwest says there is no connection between the flight disruptions and its mandate A small plane that crashed in Southern California yesterday was attempting to land at an airport near San Diego at the time Two people were killed This is NPR news Two men won for Minnesota and another from Nevada are facing charges in connection with a deadly shooting at a bar in St. Paul One person was killed 14 others were injured it happened early Sunday Tim Nelson with Minnesota public radio says a woman from St. Paul was the person shot to death 33 year old Terry Brown of St. Paul is facing a murder charge and 11 counts of attempted murder and 29 year old Phillips of Las Vegas faces a dozen counts of attempted murder Court filings say a confrontation over a woman early Sunday morning prompted Phillips to open fire on a companion of Brown and Brown and Phillips started a gun battle among the hundreds of bar patrons around them the complaint says video cameras were rolling as one of the bullets hit 27 year old Marquis a wily as she lay with friends on the floor trying to protect each other from the gunfire both Brown and Phillips were wounded in the shooting in hospitalized For NPR news I'm Tim Nelson in St. Paul There are no immediate reports of damage or injuries this morning after a strong earthquake shook the Greek island of Crete the quake had a magnitude of 6.3 It's the second quake to hit the island in less than a month the September earthquake damaged dozens of buildings on the island and killed one person The British government says job openings in the UK are at a record high of nearly 1.2 million I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and this is WNYC in New York at 6 33 Good morning I'm David first expecting partly sunny skies today with a high of 72 this afternoon Police say in 18 year olds driving a pickup truck hit and killed a man riding an e-bike in Queens yesterday The NYPD says it happened at the intersection of Honeywell street and northern boulevard and Long Island city Emergency responders brought the 32 year old bike rider to elmhurst hospital where he was pronounced dead The driver remained at the scene no charges have been filed Thousands of people lined Fifth Avenue to celebrate the Columbus day parade yesterday last year the parade was conducted virtually due to concerns over COVID-19 Long Island resident Michelangelo Casanova stood watching the floats and the marching bands with his 15 month old French mastiff He was carrying an Italian flag and so was his dog who had one attached to his collar.

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"greek island" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"greek island" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Iphone whatever and it is an algorithm mic flash card tool where you will read a book and i typically read using kindle or using the google play reading application and i highlight things that i want to to memory ian orange a just cause orange is the accenting color of the supermo op and i highlight those things. And then i will. When i finished the book or go through my highlights and then move the things that i went to remember into my super memo account and then i will be prompted to review those flash cards on an algorithm ick basis that accounts for my statistically normal increments of forgetting things. That's pretty cool isn't it and it does work. I'm using it to. I used it to learn spanish. And i'm using now to learn bulgarian. And it's yeah kind of hacks use the natural forgetting of semantic episode memory so. I do recommend that if you're gonna be reading fiction books if you're gonna read things that and it's actually free. They have paid version but the free version is quite good. So i will actually link to that in the article below wherever you are watching. You're listening to this and you can go and use that. If you want to hack your memory just a bit and you will. I think want to check out the article version of this podcast which again is just going to be linked directly below this and in there. I've got some photos. And i've got some links and some references for some of the things that i'm going to be talking about here. So what are the blues items from the book or quote win. We first set out to investigate the mysteries of human longevity. We teamed up with demographers and scientists at the national institute on aging to identify pockets around the world where people live the longest healthiest lives. These are the places where people reach aid. One hundred at rates significantly higher on average live longer healthier lives than americans do. They also suffer a fraction of the rate of killer diseases. That americans do we worked with Some of the world's top jibbidy experts to distill lifestyles into the characteristics. That could help explain their extraordinary lounge. Their cultures have evolved this wisdom over time just as nature selects four characteristics that favor the survival of a species. I believe that these cultures have passed on positive habits over time in a way that most favors the longevity of their members and so of course you're wondering we're are the blue zones that would be the butter body shia region of serbia sir. Deeming italy okinawa japan. The community of loma linda in california the mccoy peninsula in costa rica and the greek island the grease the correction. I'll perhaps we could say with a little bit of flourish of eq area. And i've gotta photos of these these places. They'll look they'll eloquent. Sunny look like good polices to To grow old in certainly so about the serbian blues on this place sounds mattress So i'm going to go through the five blue zones and cash share some takeaways that i got from the book quote. The population there appeared to be the longest lived in italy. Perhaps even in the world in one village of twenty five hundred people. He said he'd found seven centenarians a staggering number given the the ratio for centenarians in the. Us is roughly one per five thousand. That's something to think about right..

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Massive Wildfire on Greek Island of Evia Devours Forests

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Massive Wildfire on Greek Island of Evia Devours Forests

"A massive wildfire burning for days on the northern tip of Greece's second largest island continued to destroy forest land it's fix smoke hung in the streets of a nearby town as hundreds of firefighters battle to save what they could the fire has been burning since the third of August and a via an island of rug forces mountains popular with campers and summer vacationers from Greece and abroad the fire that has destroyed homes and businesses and led to dozens of villages being evacuated it's still active I'm sorry I. Sheckley

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"greek island" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"greek island" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Thousand people to evacuate aboard ferries. The fires have burned homes and businesses. And in the meantime greece's also living through one of its worst heatwaves in decades in some parts of the country. It's gotten up to one hundred thirteen degrees earlier. Today i talked to daphne tolleson. She's a freelance reporter. Who's there in via. We've had hundreds of fires here on this island at the moment. I am a near to active fire fronts. Where residents here. In the firemen local firemen european firemen foreign primer and trying to contain the flames. The residents are being very helpful. The local residents are actually making firebreaks. They know the area they know the lay of the land. It's very valuable assistance and their knowledge to help. Coordinate the efforts with the fire service actually contain these fires and stop them from reaching other villages further bigger towns and on this island. How big is via. Can you give us a comparison. You said hundreds of fires have burned there. There are two burning now. It is a very large. It's connecting with the mainland. North of arkansas You can actually drive through a bridge but the last three days. The north side of the island of the south have been cut off by these fires. It's mountainous so it's very difficult to accidental. These villages needs to active fires have sort of surrounded villages which are north of espn a town of approximately twenty one thousand residents to more than two thousand residents have left. The people who've stayed behind. What are they telling you. Some fire affected villages that we drove past had five or ten residents but other than that it was like time has had frozen. You know it's like tom. It hasn't woken up. But it's like this the whole day so you're just expecting to see people walking to see people go and buy groceries by bread. One pharmacy was opened in one village that i saw all the other. Cafes were closed shot completely. There was no electricity. now it's restored and in some of the villages. There was no electricity. There was no water. There was no signal as well and some of these villages that were sort of devoured by by the fires and our firefighters making any progress. They are making progress. And there's assistance coming like seven hours ago. I saw firefighters from slovakia within five trucks. coming ready to operate. It was one thirty in the morning. Other firefighters are coming to yesterday there were firefighting aircrafts flying and dropping water throughout the day. And now this separation is continuing so greek firemen with foreign firemen local greek volunteers and residents all together. You know they're on this effort massive effort to contain this fire from spreading even further. And we've been talking about evie but there are fires burning elsewhere in greece. The suburbs close to athens have also had fires. What's it like countrywide at this point. was there. yes. I was in athens. Forty five minutes north of athletes where this the fires were also spending and had also damaged and earnt large vegetated areas but also houses have been affected. People were told to evacuate there as well. Some areas have still water outages. People lost their homes. Coal areas were burnt businesses. Were burnt this at the moment. It is came but obviously the damage is massive. Okay deputy told us is a freelance journalist and producer based in athens. Daphne thank you so much for being with us we appreciate.

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Russia Evacuates 2 Villages in Siberia Because of Wildfires

BBC World Service

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Russia Evacuates 2 Villages in Siberia Because of Wildfires

"Have been continuing in the United States, Russia and Greece. Blaze in Northern California has destroyed hundreds of buildings more than 150 forest fires in Siberia have prompted Russian officials. To evacuate two villages. Fires on the Greek island of Evia have forced dozens of villages to be evacuated.

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Greek firefighters battle huge wildfires with reinforcements

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Greek firefighters battle huge wildfires with reinforcements

"The wild fires still raging on the Greek island of Evia ever since it first started on August fifth it is the billing smoking Nash blocked out the sun and Greece's second biggest Thailand's leading this going to turn hazy orange the fire triggered move actuation and prices continue to struggle to extinguish the blaze which is now ravaged forests from case to case of the fires raged around Greece mainly in the southern Peloponnese region and around the fringes of Athens which appear to be on the wane Athens chief pizza officer and new DVDs says supplies around Greece have had devastating consequences in every other of being the fire has been pushing out to the villages into both so we see the faces of of people being moved out of their homes I'm Karen Thomas

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Borderline Disorder: The UN's Refugee Treaty at 70

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Borderline Disorder: The UN's Refugee Treaty at 70

"Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the united nations refugee convention a landmark treaty that established the obligations that countries have to people fleeing persecution. A core principle is nonrefoulement. That migrants should not be returned to a country where they faced serious threat of persecution. But in recent years the refugee convention has become perhaps the least popular treaty in the rich world in two thousand fifteen millions of asylum seekers many fleeing the civil war in syria tried to reach europe in any way they could men women and children. The beach is covered in life jackets and the remains of rubber boats relentless waves of people washing up on the shores of greece news reports were flooded with images of people making a desperate and often deadly journey arriving. It's a gateway to europe. Boats packed with migrants and refugees. Continue to land on the shores of the greek island of last balls oats packed with migrants and refugees. The law makes a sharp distinction between the two the difference between seeking shelter and simply seeking a better life. That's a hugely politicised question in america. Where president joe biden faced a slow burn crisis from his first day in office. Yesterday the biden administration said it would speed up. Its work through the backlog of asylum claims as well as its work deporting. Those who don't qualify and in britain where in the past week record numbers of migrants attempted to make the crossing from france. The home secretary spoke of patients that is thinning asylum systems that cost taxpayers over a billion pounds. A year enough of da's arriving illegally on our shores directed by organized crime gangs seventy years after the treaties founding the world is creating more and more refugees even as fewer and fewer governments have the appetite to protect them.

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Britain's Prince Philip Dies at 99

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Britain's Prince Philip Dies at 99

"Prince Philip the husband of Queen Elizabeth has died aged ninety nine Philip spent a month in hospital earlier this year before being released on March sixteen to return to Windsor consul Philip also known as the Duke of Edinburgh married Elizabeth in nineteen forty seven who was the longest serving consort in British history he retired from public engagements in twenty seventeen of the car not more than twenty thousand of them it was a member of the Greek royal family was born on the Greek island of Corfu in nineteen twenty one he was an avid sportsman who loved country pursuits he had four children eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren Charles the last month London

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Take a Trip To the Island of Crete

Travel with Rick Steves

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Take a Trip To the Island of Crete

"Let's start today's show with a look at what you can find when you visit the largest of the greek islands crete. It's where the earliest advanced civilizations in europe were found more than four thousand years ago. We're joined by greek travel. Experts david and anastacia guy tanu. Our conversation was recorded prior to the covid. Pandemic closures david. How're cretans. The people who live on crete different from greeks and their outlook. I don't think there's a proud of person to be found in greece than creighton. Credence are extremely proud of their long history. There island and they're wonderful food. The people from crete really see themselves as being a little bit different to the people from the greek mainland anesthesia. When you think of the pride of crete people and the traditions. How does that survive in their dress. In the way the look when we travel there you can find that still worn by older people in the largest cities bad. You find it definitely in out in the country and in small villages and the further up you go on the mountains the more you find that and you have this. Very particular scoff. That they were on their head. It's black of course and usually there is also big moustache underneath definitely because that's Masculine thing and they have a black shirt in. They have brown trousers. That up. The very distinct and to create and usually black boots and i was struck when i went to crete that these traditions survive more there than elsewhere in europe. I mean everything's becoming modern in the same issue travel around more and more but increased. You do find those traditions alive David i was an increase just last june and having been there for a while i was wondering with ride. See some of these things like the old britches and the long boots and the the coach but to my great surprise they have not disappeared in fact they've now become trendy and symbols for the young symbols for the young. Would that be. Is that sort of an expression of independence. I think it's because they see themselves different and they wanted to let people know that they're proud of their traditions. There's lot of guns returned. There used to be synonymous with crate guns. But you see less of these days although when you go walking plenty of cartridges from the hunting season is that right what would they be hunting farm firm and anything that moves birds. Rabbits has if you're an athens. How easy is it to get down to create. It couldn't be more simple because there's Boats that do the trip overnight. And there's lots of lights with a gna so let's see you got five days crete. What would you do david. If you're helping me plan my very if going have five days. I would stick to the north and i would stick to iraq leo which is the capital and access point fo the famous minoan palace of knossos. And then i would go across honey. Which is the second city on crete. And it's just a beautiful Old venetian city from honey. Can't you go up to the top of the mountain in hike down the gorge of samaria. Have you ever had that. yes i have. what's it like. well you have a very long descend and the beginning. It's in kilometers about four kilometers to go down. You just go down a winding backing back inbound down and then you move through the gorge. But they're really beautiful spots at that gorge in you meet people. There are people there. There is once goal the gate in the result shepherd they who knows of course every guide and every person who goes often through that gorge unusually. He has cheese. And if you know you can well he can bring some other stuff out as well and you see. Also a lot of the very unique flora and fauna of crete and the. Raise your liking usually. You're uc wild ibex. That they have their only on crete and has a very funny name. Actually it's called click critically. Can i xe david. If i remember correctly the tourist generally catch a minibus or something up for the almost like at sunrise and then they walk switch backing down then. They have a long hike along the river with little places to swim along the way they reach a very very narrow part in the gorge where you can almost stretch your arms out and touch either of the sheer cliffs and then at the bottom you have a beautiful remote beach and boat waiting to take you to the next town from where you catch the shuttle bus back to your home. Base is still basically the routine that is still the routine la. They have come up with an alternative for the lazy person who does not want to do the whole walk. You can take a boat to. I think it's really the base of the gorge and you can do what they say. The gorge short way. When you simply walk up to the iron gates and walk back again undone to all the other stuff okay. So there is for the quick tourist and for the person wants to spend a little more

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Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

What Book Hooked You?

04:49 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Author, Lynne Bertrand

"So then. What book hooked you. It's a great question. I was Sense the info on this question you know just that we could interpreted however we wanted to and i thought to myself. I'm not sure it was a hook. It was more of a net because a lot of reading in my childhood that was just part of the culture. I grew up in Partly just The nature of life before a lot of screens And then partly because i grew up in the family of a A fairly religious family so we were people of the book like anybody. Who's you know. grows up in that. You know that the buckets. In our case the bible but in other cases i think of the korean or you know the torah people reading and memorizing parts of books and becoming sort of accustomed to the idea that the book in some way is your life and your belief system and your and your way of understanding the world so there was that and then aside from any religious interpretations of the book the narrative structure of all those books in the old and new testaments or the first and second testament is really interesting stuff but then beyond that i I wanted to choose. A book called my family and other animals by gerald durrell. Who actually d'oro if you're british and incorrect. Which is the story of. It's one of many books that the zoologist durrell wrote As part of his Recollections about his life in zoology and this one is his early years on the island of corfu When he was there with his family and his brother. Lawrence still is a Novelist he wrote the alexandria quartet which will probably show up later in this interview. Because you'll ask me what series. I've never finished but gerald was Delicious writer funny kind of a smart aleck and really Captured not only his life in the field and mountains of coffee. Which is a greek island. collecting like rose beatles magpies and puppies and wall lizards and stuff but also the stories of his family. Being completely intolerable and arrogant. And you know with all their crazy foibles. Carry charming book. And i realized that if he could write like that then this could be really fun to read all my life and where in your life did you read this book. I well when i was about eight years old eight nine ten years old I used to go to new hampshire to stay with my grandparents and we were permitted because again it was a time when life look different. We were permitted to just take ourselves downtown and go anywhere we wanted and you know just as kids and we used to do things that we remembered from our summers like by a hamster you think their parents would never let us to and my grandparents just gave us a long leash least at all so i went to the bookstore all the time. There is a prep school town. I was not that kid. We were not that kind of wealthy but we had full access to the prep school bookstore. And i bought this book just thinking the cover was interesting. And i'm actually holding it in my hand. It is completely destroyed taped together with masking tape. It's Aqua the way everything was in nineteen seventy three or whatever that was and it was covered with all these crazy looking animals from that time. Sort of a collage and it has the typefaces that you would recognize from that era. So i And i read it in secret thinking that because it had some swears in it probably getting in trouble and was that sort of common use you were having to sneak books From your parents were your parents very today. Kind of investigate what. You're reading a frequently to make sure it was clean. Yeah no it's a great question. My parents are very liberal in their In their interpretation of what would be considered you know dogma but the The churches that i grew up in were more conservative so i was pretty careful. I mean that was the same era. As are you there. God it's me margaret. And you know i mean. There were things coming out that we're pretty controversial. Nothing like what. I've written and nothing like anybody else's writing now but But at that time it was you had to be kind of careful

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"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So far. Um, truly incredibly delicious food, And every one of these places is from a different immigrant community. So Toronto is Absolutely one of the most diverse cities on the planet. So when I ask you first a little bit about your method. How do you come to find the places? That you loved. Do you have a system? Uh, people want to know the system. It Z pretty analog. It's pretty old school. Um, so my goal is to see if I can talk about the stories that aren't being mentioned in media. Right. So it's like Was comfortable growing up in a part of the city. That's so sprawled out. You had to drive around to get from place to place transits pretty bad in Toronto, so I grew up in these places where you spend a few minutes being somewhere you're uncomfortable because the signs in a different language and the people look different and they're talking really fast foods flying out and there are no labels in front of the food. You don't know what things are. But in that space if you just spend 10 seconds your shoulders will start to relax and get comfortable because you feel the rhythm. You get a sense of what people are doing. Maybe it's the bread that people are ordering. Or maybe there's a dish behind. Counter that you can't see that people are picking up. Because that happens to be a Sunday special and you're there on Sunday. So my method is really about how I can insert myself into those environments respectfully and learn as much as I can. In that time, So you know, it's literally like my technique is, um, a couple times a week. I'll see who's available in my circle and well, ideally, there's three of us will get in the car and we'll pick one neighborhood. One street and then literally just zigzag as we go from place to place. But how do you know when the place is going to be? I mean, I guess you're not going to. I'm sure you don't bat 100. What do you have a sense of what will be delicious or what? Yeah, Usually it's friction. I'm looking for friction. I'm looking for Not an easy encounter, because normally when you go to a place and the menu is laid out, and you know what things are you have a barometer you have a radar that you build over years where you can tell that something is going to taste a certain way. But the friction I'm looking for is understanding what is so special about the place and maybe narrowing down to maybe 12 or three dishes because I believe that no restaurant on the planet is known for everything Great. And sometimes in order to get to the end goal. I have to face and friction because maybe the owner doesn't want to divulge it right away. There was a language barrier. Maybe it's busy, and you know the communication is on in place. But sometimes if you just work through that friction, and if you try to relay that you just want to eat, you just want to learn about their culture. Doors will open and when when I do it that way, I bet really Well, um, I've been doing this for a while now, So my radar's pretty good, but Generally, it's the friction that leads to the delicious stuff. Okay, so that's fascinating. But can you can you put a little more specifically? Is it like you see something on the menu? You see, you know, the late great restaurant critic in Los Angeles. Jonathan Gold used to have this joke. So l. A. The Department of Health has this. Rating system of like, you know, if you pass your sanitation review, like with 100% you get in a little bit less gonna be less. You gonna see? And yes, this joke where, like If you're going to a Chinese restaurant, then, like the restaurant is like Bad Chinese food be restaurants. Mediocre science food in the sea restaurant is Chinese food Chinese people, which is really funny, but it's also like I love Jonathan Gold. I admire him. He's a hero. Really also kind of racist. Oh, to be like good ethnic food has to be dirty like, so I feel like that's really problematic to think of it in those terms, But are there Signs you look for. How do you How do you determine there's going to be this productive friction. And then you have a part B this question, Which is? How do you engage that friction? Like you said, respectfully and not just be Colonial about it and show and be like, Hey, I'm here to give great food. Give me your great food. Yeah, well, I think generally I'm looking for places that have condensed menu and I'm looking for a look at who's eating there. I'm trying to find places that are cornerstones in neighborhoods, right, Thies air, not places that want to end up on top 10 lists or get Michelin stars. They're serving a purpose. That purpose is essentially Offering a conduit for nostalgia for a certain group of people. So you go to a neighborhood and you find a bakery and this guy at the bakery is making bread a certain way that they used to do and some Greek island and he's doing that because he's from that island, And maybe he's found the population around the store to be from that island, so everyone is just on high doses of nostalgia when they go in there. So you can tell when you go to a place multiple times, we can sense that. So this place is only known for this one particular type of bread he doesn't care about. Media is not on instagram. He's no is never website. It probably doesn't even have his hours listed on Google maps. Those air usually good signs because they're just focusing on on making the bread. And they don't have time for anything else. And usually if you see locals going in there as in locals in the neighborhood, but that's usually a really good sign as well, inserting myself into it. I strike out way more than I succeed. So on on average. If we say I got a 10 places, I'll strike it about seven times. Because people either don't understand what it is that I'm trying to do because I have a camera with me. So I don't want to be in the kitchen. I don't want to just, you know, take a photo of a dish and write 1000 words. I need to get in the kitchen. There's a language barrier. So how often I'll say, you know? Hi,.

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Turkish rescuers pull girl out alive from the rubble 4 days after strong earthquake

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Turkish rescuers pull girl out alive from the rubble 4 days after strong earthquake

"The death toll from Friday's earthquake that hit the western Turkish city of Izmir is rising. Officials now say at least 98 people were killed in the city. Two teenagers also died on the Greek island of Samos. Associated Press is reporting. The Turkish rescuers have pulled a young girl out alive from the rubble of a collapsed apartment building four days after the quake struck. The U. S Geological Survey put the quakes magnitude

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70-year-old pulled out alive in Turkey after earthquake

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

70-year-old pulled out alive in Turkey after earthquake

"A 70 year old man was pulled from the rubble of a destroyed building in western Turkey early on Sunday after being buried under the debris for 33 hours. A powerful earthquake struck their country's easy and coast and Greek islands on Friday. The death toll from the 6.9 quake rose to

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"greek island" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on KOMO

"Dino if local law enforcement are they also bracing for the possibility of protest that turned into very destructive riots like we have seen here in Seattle? Yes, And that's sort of more What I think Seattle police is preparing for they like I mentioned they've looked into their staffing to make sure they're fully staff. Should any protests become riots like we saw roughly May 30th right here in downtown Seattle. So that's something they're definitely gauging as his Bellevue police almost very Nam and Cuomo's Patrick Quinn, This is Kamo news. The race to save Christmas. These are your world Headlines from ABC News Europe is battling ever rising rates of covert 19 as governments grapple with the risk to the economy and crippling hospitals over the flu season. England is bracing for another national locked down in hopes that measures could be eased before Christmas and you stay at home order is expected to be announced on Monday, with schools and universities exempt from the rules. Scientific modeling, commissioned by the government reportedly shows that rising rates could see up to 4000 deaths a day far higher than in the first wave. Rescue teams and Turkey are racing to find survivors after a powerful quake yesterday that has left dozens dead and hundreds injured. The Turkish town of is me has seen the worst damage on the Greek island of Samos has also been hit with tidal waves triggered by the traumas. Three people are now in custody in connection with the terror attack in Nice in France, which left three people dead on Thursday. Julia McFarland ABC News at the Foreign Desk in London, had a look at this weekend's propel insurance, money and business report here. Coma Sharp drops An Apple, Facebook and other big technology companies ended a miserable week on Wall Street on another.

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Death toll reaches 30 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek islands

Securing Your Financial Future

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Death toll reaches 30 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek islands

"From an earthquake that affected western Turkey and the Greek island of some most now stands at 30. People, not quake toppled buildings In Izmir, the third largest city in Turkey over 800 people were heard Authorities today say they've rescued a mother and three young Children from the rubble of a collapsed building in Turkey. This is

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In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

"Crews are digging through concrete rubble in the city of Izmir. They're looking for survivors of yesterday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports at least 27 people were killed and some 800 were injured. The US Geological Survey put the epicenter of the strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast and near the Greek island of Samos. In his mayor. Onlookers cheered his rescuers lifted survivors from the rubble of collapsed apartment buildings. The earthquake generated small tsunamis that flooded streets in Izmir and in a harbor town on some owes the quake was felt down the Aegean coast and in Istanbul. Hundreds of aftershocks rumbled through the region. Turkey's president and the Greek prime minister exchanged condolences and offers of help.

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"greek island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eight collapsed buildings in search of survivors. After Friday's earthquake in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city, onlookers cheered as rescuers pulled two women from a collapsed building 17 hours after the quake. Tremors were also felt as far away as Istanbul and Athens. A 6.9 magnitude quake struck between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of some O's around three PM local time, at least who doesn't people were killed nearly 800 people injured. There are also reports of multiple buildings collapsing and significant flooding as well. Meanwhile, Turkish officials continuing to urge people to stay off the streets unless absolutely necessary after earlier reports of severe traffic congestion. Following that major earthquake. Well, don't forget to set your clocks back this weekend. Daylight saving time is almost over and we will be falling back. Automatic locks will set back at 2 A.m. Sunday, meaning it will then become one AM While it does mean an extra hour of sleep, it also means the days will get shorter and it will get darker sooner. December 21st is the shortest day of daylight when he gets darkest, earliest. Not everyone's onboard. Studies have shown public health and safety would benefit from eliminating daylight saving, and, by the way saving is the correct way to say it, though many incorrectly say daylight savings time. Matt Beiber. CBS NEWS Taking a God taking a look at the latest covert 19 numbers here in Massachusetts, definitely on the rise for 1/7 consecutive day over 1000. We've got more details coming up in just a few minutes. Right here on W. B. C news radio. Stay with us back to the road's right now it is 10 33 traffic and weather together, starting with a super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Rob what's happening? South of town on Route three. We have some slowdowns along the South shore with work zone we had earlier in the 2 to 28 area in Rockland, still a bit sluggish approaching that eggs had not singing the big delays, though coming up through Plymouth and Kingston, 24 95 are okay to and from Rhode Island, and no complaints on the expressway from furnace broke up to the O'Neill tunnel. Downtown. The lower deck and Zaken refined the lever connector is okay, getting down on the sterile drive The Tobin inbound not too bad. Just be aware of that work. Stone Rou won south near the Chelsea curves, 3, 93 and 95 look good up to New Hampshire. 1. 28 is clear from Lexington up shorted, said Peabody. And out west of town. No complaints on the mass Turnpike or 2 90 Rob Hackle is traffic.

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Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island

WBZ Morning News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island

"Rattles turkeys Aegean coast And north of the Greek island of Samos. More now, from CBS's Holly William's massive quake left his apartment block teetering, then crumbling. We still don't know how many people may have been crushed in in their their own own homes homes in in a a country country that's that's infamous infamous for for poor poor quality quality construction. construction. Be Be quiet! quiet! Shouted Shouted the the man man filming filming this this video. video. We We need need to listen for survivors. Yukata is a high school principal who told us she's safely evacuated all her students trying that the building almost collapsed. You told us it was like hell on the coast. The quake triggered a tsunami washing away yachts on tonight. Rescue workers are searching through the rubble for survivors. As well as bodies. Holly William's CBS News London,

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"greek island" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Strong earthquake Friday morning in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast in the Greek island. Of Sam owes killed 19 people and injured more than 700. Amid collapsed buildings and flooding. Seismologists say the earthquake had a magnitude of 6.9. It was centered in the Aegean. W GM Sports Big 10 football Later this afternoon, Northwestern Visiting Iowa pregame comes your way. A two o'clock kickoff to 30 with David and Ted Al Brecht on 7 20. W g, N and W g on radio dot com. Get the forecast now from the deputy clear calling Rawson for the rest of the overnight alot 31 degrees. It'll here temps ranging from 33 in the loop to 28 in the suburbs later today, mostly sunny, breezy, a mild on this Halloween 2020 high 56 with south winds. At 12 to 28 gusting to 38. Later tonight or Saturday night. We're looking for partly cloudy skies, windy conditions with a low 35. But temps will remain around 50 degrees during the evening hours on Sunday mainly cloudy, windy and much colder and afternoon high of only 39 northwest winds of 20 to 30 gusting to 44. Mostly signing on Monday. Cool 47 things begin to warm up on Election Day Sunny, milder 57. The warmth will continue through most of next week. Wednesday's outlook sunshine and mild with a high of 64. From the WG and weather Center. My camera, Nick, Here's your temperatures. 35 Odo here. 30 Foreign Midway 38 at the lakefront and 32 in Romeoville. I'm Steve Ruxton on Chicago's very own 7 20. W g N Does this place look haunted? No, I don't think so. What about those two creepy girls Come stain a pass. Truly frightening. You know, it's really BC, not a diverse great service You get 24 7 accessorizing stagings..

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Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

PBS NewsHour

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

"Rattle parts of Turkey and Greece today, leaving at least 19 people dead and injuring more than 700. The tremor knocked down buildings and triggered a small tsunami. Chaos as buildings collapsed in Turkey's third largest city is mere panicked residents fled into the streets. Paramedics rushed to treat the injured and crews worked furiously to pull out those trapped. Beneath the wreckage. Hundreds of people were hurt and dozens had to be rescued. I thought that the ground was shattered. You can't think at that moment are you trying to do is get out everywhere was collapsing down really panicked, managed to get out at the very last minute. The earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of some O's in the early afternoon local time. The shock wave sent a small tsunami into a coastal district near Izmir, triggering flooding in the streets and the earthquake could be felt as far away as Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul, some 300 miles from Izmir. And in Greece's capital Athens. Seismologist predict the shallow depth of the quakes epicenter could lead to aftershocks for several weeks or even a month.

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Quake strikes Turkish coast and Greek island, killing 14

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Quake strikes Turkish coast and Greek island, killing 14

"At least 14 people are dead more than 400 injured after this morning's strong earthquake in western Turkey, CBS's lane cause there were reports of people trapped underneath the rubble as dozens of buildings collapsed in the earthquake measured at 6.6 on the Richter scale. A strong quake hit Turkey's western Izmir province, a major tourism destination on the Greek island of Samos, Turkish officials said. The epicenter walls at sea, they've warned people to stay away from buildings under the coastline in case of after

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7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

Mark Thompson

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

"14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in his mere turkeys. Third largest city Full House actress

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Quake between Turkey, Greece topples buildings in Turkey

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Quake between Turkey, Greece topples buildings in Turkey

"A strong earthquake has struck between the Turkish coast on the Greek island of Samos collapsing several buildings in Turkey's western Izmir province and causing some damage on someone else emergency workers rescue a person trapped in rubble Turkey's official Anadolu news agency says will continues putting the engine from the wrecked buildings in the mena region urgency management presidency says he'll quit was centered in the GMC at a depth of ten miles and registered as a six point six magnitude while the US experts put it at more like seven multiple shops have struck the region I'm Charles the last month

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"greek island" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Some say they're aliens from another world, but that's not true because they traveled with four corners of the earth to let you know. Hangout where to find the best food, the best drink and the best time this is the award winning travel plan is radio show with Kevin and Sue McCarthy. And they are definitely human. I'm Samantha Brown. And you're listening to the travel planners radio show. Thank you. Samantha and our guest is Maria Tree Antos of Celestial Cruises. We had spoken about some special pricing that you had that's available through October and good for basically spring cruises. But where are we going to go on these cruises? The experience will be operating are united in your area, and there are or different itinerary to choose from. So let me just start with the idyllic. The idyllic features the best of the Greek guy. Island operating from about April till early October. So this is your fun in the sun. We're going to spend the day in San. Sure, Any road creep we visit could see that the ancient city of ethicists and a short stop in Milos, which is one of the most popular new destinations in the Greek islands, That is really kind of exclusive to us because of the size of our ships. So, Neil, this is a hospital that features Most Greek beaches of any Greek islands. You guys have a guest of how many inhabited Greek islands There are not a clue over 100, maybe. Oh, absolutely 220. So I bring that point up because understand that even a Greek can't make it all of the beautiful Greek island in their lifetime. But at least on a seven night cruise with a last meal, you'll be able to visit several of the hot Not that we feature and they're also different. They have a different vibe, different geology to them Injury. Any, for instance, is actually the crater of a volcano. And that's why you see those beautiful towns with the white buildings in the blue rough in all the beautiful pictures. You want to be able to see more than one island and we'll give you that. Syrians in the idyllic The next itinerary is the eclectic ideal for the adventure travelers who want to visit the beautiful city of Istanbul with his hurtful It sounds just the spice market. Well, while you but also the highlight to me when I sailed on this last year was the hanging monasteries of Mathura if you haven't Heard of this incredible sight. Fellini's Google hanging monasteries of messy aura, which we can take it to through the port of follows the easiest way to visit this incredible sight. I'm telling you when I stepped off the Boston Prado's monasteries in front of me, I felt like someone kicking. It took my breath away literally. So the eclectic is another great itinerary that will operate in the later months shoulder season of October. November next year. But wait, there's another.

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"greek island" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

The Unstoppable Woman®

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®

"So I look at work now as like something that I fit in between my play and that's a huge mindset shift, right? Like, how can I organize my week or home? My my subsequent weeks around the things that are important to me in my life or my happiness because the way that I look at it is I cannot give this is like a Rumi quote but like I could not give from the depths of my well, right like I can only give from my overflow and so if I'm not full nobody is going to be getting a ton of value. Not me. Not them the thing that's coming to me is like when you close the agency you had no idea who you were so you could not if I'm understanding it correctly you could not. Figure out what kind of play you would even want because who are you like like right you don't but what that would be right your whole identity was the eighty our agency eighty Hour Week agency. So so what was the process for you of figuring out like even what you wanted to do or like to do or where pleasure came from? I think that I'm still figuring that out to be honest with you. I mean, know I've always known that I love to travel. I just couldn't do that when I had my agency. The only time that I took off a significant time was for my honeymoon and we took two weeks off to go Thailand. That was like the longest vacation I have ever taken in all of fourteen years. So what what did I I didn't understand what play-off actually men, you know, it was like I would freak out at taking off half a day on Friday to go do something, you know, take a long drive Upstate or something now, it's dead. Get friend. It's like I don't I'm like figuring out what all of that means sometimes. That means like. Just doing some very eccentric like dance in the backyard. Sometimes it's like gardening. I'm renting motorcycles this Friday for 24 hours to just like go ride motorcycles. Do you know how to ride a motorcycle? Yeah have a motorcycle license. Okay, very cool. I mean it's been like fifteen twenty years since I've yeah, well, I just was willing wondering like dude. Can you just rent a motorcycle? Like I can rent a scooter like I'm on the Greek island. I can rent a scooter. But like can you just rent a motorcycle know you need a license? Okay. But yeah, so I'm still figuring out what that looks like. But I think that there's a lot more creativity and even cooking and so it's not outlandish things. It's just there's so much more joy in the things that Are in my life now. I think I I certainly don't take anything for granted anymore. And I think that there's a playfulness and not talk to me about you said something. I want to go back something. You said you.

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"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We could see some showers and thunderstorms tonight. Patchy font, too, with a temperature of about 72 degrees. A church in Vancouver. Washington has a new pastor. I'm a former drug dealer, sex worker, homeless, queer teen and felon. How the hell did I get here? He's also black. How can he help? A mostly white community better understand racial injustice? If I go out to the front lines and say black lives matter, people will see Jesus Christ on the next morning edition from NPR News. Weekday mornings on WN My C Hello. Welcome. You're listening to Tuesday from the BBC World Service. Lovely to have your company Claire, McDonnell and Lawrence. Pull out with these stories. Today we'll be hearing from Les boss the Greek island as refugees there have been running for safety after serious fires have broken out of the overcrowded camps that are home to almost 13,000 asylum seekers. We'll take another look at the controversial bill that goes before the UK Parliament today. Does it also the withdrawal agreement with the U Whilst trade talks are still going on? Even a Cabinet member here in the UK says it's a breech and it would break international law. One of the main Valorous Ian opposition leaders of Atlanta Tikhonov Sky is meeting the Polish prime minister. They will be live in Poland to here. Now the political crisis over the border to the east is seen their sport on business on the way all coming up after the latest World News. Hello and Chris Barrow with the BBC News polls have opened for elections in Tigre in northern Ethiopia in defiance of federal authority, deepening a political crisis in Africa's second most populous country. The government in Addis Ababa postponed the August elections because of the Corona virus pandemic, But the Tigre authorities found to go ahead anyway. Kaka, Danielle tell is in Addis Ababa. This has been the letters Frontline in what has bean 2.5 years off disputes and frictions between the federal government led by Prime Minister Yamada Baba. And political elites of the Grand People's Liberation Front, the party that used to be dominant before he came to power. Partly it has a symbolic value. That the grand government is showing that it can defy the federal government. But also they're trying to undermine the prime minister, and they seem to be arguing that it would have been possible to conduct an election. The largest migrant camp in Greece is being partly evacuated after a major fire broke out at the overcrowded facility on the island of Lesbos and eye witness said the main compound of the Moria camp, including makeshift shelters in the nearby Olive grove. Was ablaze. The fires broke out after a revolt by a group of migrants who were placed in quarantine. At least two people have been killed and 12 injured in a bomb attack in Kabul that targeted the first vice president of Afghanistan and Rolla. Sally second, Kamani reports. Footage filmed shortly after the explosion shows a large plume of black smoke rising from the scene. The target of the blast was vice president umbrella Silas convoy. He has previously served this head of the country's intelligence services. It is known as a vocal opponent of the Taliban that they have denied responsibility for the attack. Speaking after the incident, Mr Silas said he had sustained a slight burn in one hand and vowed to continue his political work. Afghan officials are expected to begin long delayed talks with the Taliban in the coming days in an attempt to reach a political reconciliation and put an end to years of bloodshed. Teenage climate activists in Australia have launched a class action to stop a large coal mining project northwest of Sydney. Claimants argue that by burning coal global warming will accelerate harming their own future from Sydney. Phil Musser ripples anxiety over global warming is driving this teenage campaign. To stop the expansion of a coal mine near gonna Dar in New South Wales. The class action asserts that Australia's Environment Minister, Susan Les has a legal duty of care for young people. I should reject the proposal. Experts believe that given its complexity, it will be a tough case for the high school students toe win. If they do, it could have huge ramifications for other new coal mines in Australia. World News from the BBC. The US Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has called on the Belarusian authorities to end violence against their own people. Mr Pompeo expressed concern about the reported abduction of the opposition figure. Maria call Yes, Nick ever and two of her colleagues. He said Washington was considering targeted sanctions for all those in Belarus involved in human rights of the seas. The British government will publish new legislation on trading within the United Kingdom later today, which ministers have admitted will break international law. The internal trade bill will give ministers in London power to classify which goods could end up in the European Union market from Northern Ireland. If agreement can't be reached with Brussels. Such a unilateral decision by London is potentially in breach of the withdrawal deal. Films that want to be eligible for a best picture Oscar from 2024 will have to meet new inclusion and diversity standards from Los Angeles. His Peter Bows For decades, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has faced criticism over a lack of diversity among its membership on the Oscar nominees and winners they select The issue came to a head in 2015 when a social media campaign that year's awards Oscars so white, the new rules will require a film to feature either a prominent actor or 30% of its smaller roles from underrepresented groups or to address issues surrounding minority communities in its storyline. I also require behind the scenes role is to be drawn from historically disadvantaged groups, including women and LGBT and Disable communities. Researches in Peru say a species of hummingbird conserves energy to get through the night by chilling its body down to almost three degrees Celsius. In a study.

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"greek island" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on Inside Europe

"A Turkish warship conducting a live fire exercise in the latest ratcheting up of tensions with Greece in the contested eastern Mediterranean. . Two Week exercise is being held close to Greek warships conducting their own naval drills. . Now up kit is noted Hukou did it is Turkish President Tiber one is ramping up his nationalist rhetoric accusing Greece of banditry and piracy. . Turkish naval exercise is the latest in a tit for tat escalation of bilateral tensions. . In response, , to Athens, , deployment of soldiers on a Greek island close to Turkish, , territory Turkish presidential adviser Professor Mess with Chechen warns that Athens is playing a dangerous game. . This is a kind of the testing Turkey. . Please do not try testing. Turkey . we are. Crazy . nation. . and. . No. . One can be estimated response one day. . So we can wait we can patient but one day our answer will be very bad. . I may be say as. . Military people is unacceptable. . The discovery of Voss natural gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean has unleashed a scramble for energy and with it the unfreezing of decades-long territorial dispute between visas doric. . Greece accuses Turkey of searching for energy in its sovereign waters both countries of deploy their navies. . The back that conflicting demands of a vast waves

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"greek island" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Facilities is full at the time where there's a significant increase in infections that have been around 25,000 cases recorded since the beginning of the month. Which is more than half off the total registered there in the entire outbreak. A converted concert venue is currently treating more than 200 people. Dudley 17 Dolphins have been found dead on the beach is off Mauritius a month after a huge oil spill, the local authority said many other weak or dying dolphins that washed up on the shores weeks after an oil tanker ran aground. His Catherine Beera hunger. More visions woke up too shocking images on social media off lifeless dolphins lying on the sand. Others were struggling in the water close to death. Police say they have gathered up the caucuses on the post mortem will be carried out to work out why they died around 800 Times of oil poured into the pristine Mauritian waters after the Japanese MP Wakashoyo run aground last month. The government's decision to scupper parts of the ship was criticised by environmentalists. The U. S government has announced a reward of up to $5 million for information about two American hostages who went missing in Afghanistan. Pall over be disappeared in 2000 and four close to the Pakistani border. He was researching a book Mark Free. Rix, who worked in construction disappeared in February this year. Manchester United Football Club say the Greek courts have agreed to hear there Captain Harry McGuire's appeal against his conviction for assaulting the police and trying to bribe them. A spokesman said there would be a full retrial in a court higher than the one that convicted him on Tuesday on the Greek island off serious, he'll say, said.

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"greek island" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on AP News

"Authorities in Greece say 5 people including an elderly couple and an 8 month old baby have been found dead after storm hit the island of Evia 2 others are missing and dozens have been trapped by floodwaters in their homes and cars police say the couple 86 and 85 years old were found unconscious in their flooded home in the seaside village of politico about 62 miles north of the capital Athens the baby was found in a ground floor apartment in the same village the local mayor reportedly said that the baby and it's family were not local residents were on holiday that the names of the dead and missing have not been released I'm sorry I shockingly

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"greek island" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on DAVIDBOWIE: ALBUMTOALBUM

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Lila's this watching the young advancing is kind of. It's it's like the antithesis of Bowie being early adopter of the Internet is someone who's been left behind by the the flow downstream of you know and it's just it's it's a it's a sort of. I imagine him being very stubbornly and justice sort of dirty so very cryptos just little I think we've got exactly the same Algeria town and we've got him nailed it and there's a painful to it which is extraordinary because it's off name. It's David Voice. Against Reggae. Lift music talking about the Yoga Volt Electric. And there's something really quite quite move. Bizarre way is I mean what was interesting as you listen to this you know. They're always wonderful. Apocryphal stories about Berina doing pizza dot. Yes yes Asians during during the Berlin sechelles right. This sounds a little bit light. That doesn't the pizza cooks character. Yes he does Yes yes. I wonder if they will doing that. Pizza Imitation of the ninety S. And then somehow to Shriek this go to feed an element of of of sort of egging him on as he was recording days. I mean we don't know because we were in lab upset but I can't imagine that it wasn't largely there wasn't an element off just trying to make each other laugh a bit because all these characters because you have different kinds of knowing his Knowing his fondness for puns for imitations for word play for just kind of Bantu that he would do the no yes and he knows a very willing participants Able foil for him and it's really interesting to think about how those bits must have originated in what sort of just random conversations in character taking place and they come somehow evolved into these segues has indefinitely Algeria. Touch Week is the favorite my favorite bowl. Oh if we have a favorite of all the sequinned Jeff. This do the boiled gumshoe of a Nathan outlet to yeah. Yeah that's very much a car will come to that. Yeah Okay Touch Street. Let's say he's he's on a boat Gig Tournament win this is probably on the Haitham towards another way in between songs people pointlessly shutter some that they went into his. All right I'll play Dogwood cakes people. Nobody will shut up a greatest hit. They'll shot play styles. Segue all your last two. Streep come on Case now now now now we're getting onto another one of those singles No was the foyer of us. Our destruction no no. That wasn't a single is nothing to maybe in Eurotunnel universal potential. So this is this is absolutely the new school to pretension. Isn't it. This is a propulsed touris title the Voyeur of utter destruction brackets as beauty other. This this is definitely by. He didn't void version of David. Bowie's one-dimensional character which is just completely up his credit and of course again as many times art on the intentional and this is this is to be sung by the autism stroke. Minotaur bring the miners off the minute. Always a character that really interest about this point a lot of his paintings to do with the minute all the featured quite heavily in his own exhibition of work that he put on in one thousand five. He was always fascinated by that. There's a kind of Damien Hirst about the Monitor isn't there is obviously. It's a man with ables head and so you sort of almost imagine not being Damien installation. In fact I hope all this but I'm sure either either Damien has all Bowie. I forget who said in some into actually at some point none of us. We were actually talking about why you could. You could even by a Greek island in store and build elaborate and actually have a human body with bull headed for confront someone to donate their body of death that could actually be like a real the ultimate installation. But I did if that was a piece of. Obviously it was probably just down the public. They thought that would be a laugh ever planning to do it. 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I gave of confrontational. Because it's not. It's not it's not the easiest way but it's and it's also again weird weird lyrics. I shake for the reeking. Flesh is as romantic as hell. This is generated by his Software is yeah. I think was there was another one. Yes yes it's great. It's a great honor for what else to say about. It is a wonderful speeding Carries you along this this some eight civil tiniest dog had almost quite uplifting is quite is quite some? Yeah it's it's there is a darkness that keeps coming into it. It's The music lyrics. Almost almost in conflict with each other nate because it gets colder today colder today is kind of Google play out But then like you said. Has that bright repulsive you finding Something and again. It's it's tension between them against that dissonance between the lyric on music the create something that is says competitor. Yes so enjoyable in just great. Yes Heath Absolutely wonderful yeah. Wasn't a single wasn't a single single. 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"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A birthday party on a Greek island well as empire suffers opens everywhere Friday from NPR news it's All Things Considered Ahmadi Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro after last night's super Tuesday victories many people are describing vice president Joe Biden as a likely front runner in the democratic primary he was talking about a revolution we start at the moment we have a great the liberals to mobile where we can do extraordinary extraordinary things he won ten of fourteen states former Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has won the other four states including California Biden's campaign was in a very different place at this time last week to talk about this turn around and where the former vice president goes from here we're joined by Simone Sanders a senior adviser to the Biden campaign welcome hi I think that in the army let's start with today's news that former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg has suspended his campaign and endorsed your boss how significant do you think that is that had been knocked down anyone have been counted out anyone that desires to get something done and so I you know look if mayor Bloomberg with the bill of that coalition which I think he does then we are more than happy to have that support the reality here is all right that this race is far from over and that if anyone thought Donald Trump David union just a couple weeks ago do you think they're clear I Donald Trump is going to be hard to beat but to Donald Trump has to be beaten so Democrats have to come together and do what needs to be done and we are just excited that there's this young men come and we're calling it provides for them by the same thing you say the Democrats United in wanting to defeat Donald Trump the party was not United in twenty sixteen and Bernie Sanders supporters felt very alienated by the way the process unfolded what can Biden due to try to win over members of the progressive wing of the party and avoid the split that hurt Democrats four years ago what I think my president Biden his campaign our campaign has always been about uniting the country restoring the soul of the nation rebuilding the backbone of the country and United America builder the tenant divide by them by launching a campaign or although I think he's been very clear that if elected president he would need to be a president for everybody and our campaign in the campaign yes or Obama Biden Democrat or by Democrats are campaigning to get paper everyone everyone who is interested in that regard and frankly I really believe that people don't really want a revolution well people are really looking for the ball when it comes to healthcare when it comes to addressing on gun violence in our country when it comes to the economy so we think that we are well positioned to pull together a broad coalition and as you can see it's already being done you know it's right by the success last night a lot of democratic voters have been worried about his performance as a candidate I'm some of our reporters in Iowa New Hampshire talk to voters who decided not to vote for Biden after seeing him in person his debate performances have been uneven how do you reassure Democrats that he has the ability to perform consistently I I think the answer that question and just watch them look my president Biden had a stellar performance in the child and the baby had a stellar performance in the California debate night we look forward to the debate in Phoenix Arizona coming up in just a week little over a week or so and we believe that he will be well look he had kept up a very rigorous schedule on the campaign trail I think anyone who has seen him as of late I see that he is not only shocked but also a really speaking to the heart of the issue the voters are concerned about and I think that's why we're growing into two big broad coalition right now are the four let you go you had a viral moment last night tackling tester and tweeted that you're broken L. what was going through your head in that moment why would a split second moment are a we were at our big election night rally in California a couple protesters attempted to take the stage our security was there and acted quickly and we're very grateful for them the number of staffers myself included I jumped in you help handle the situation and are working crappy that everyone is okay no one was hurt my dell desktop for I have an eloquent because afternoon Boulevard that Simone Sanders senior adviser to the bite in campaign thanks for joining us thanks so much the fight over Louisiana abortion law is on the docket at the Supreme Court today and the battle was contentious even before arguments begin senator my Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer speaking at a rally accused the two trump appointed justices of releasing quote the whirlwind and said they will pay the price Chief Justice John Roberts responded to Schumer saying the justices no criticism comes with the territory but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate but dangerous well that was the backdrop over a case that required doctors at abortion clinics to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital but as NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg reports the addition of the two trump appointees just to spread Cavanaugh and justice Neil Gorsuch could change the outcome with the change in the court's composition anti abortion groups are pressing hard to get the court to backtrack on abortion rights with the ultimate aim of getting roe versus Wade overturned in the Louisiana case before the court today the state is defending in admitting privileges statute nearly identical to the Texas law that the court struck down in twenty sixteen on the steps of the court congressman Mike Johnson of Louisiana said the reason is to protect patient safety.

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WTVN

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news. I'm Todd at a man on the F. B. I.'s most wanted list for his alleged part in a nineteen eighty five airplane hijacking is now in custody in Greece and awaits extradition to the U. S. the sixty five year old suspected hijacker received a life sentence in Germany but was paroled fourteen years later and returned to Lebanon he was caught on a cruise ship that landed on a Greek island former FBI agent an ABC news consultant Brad Garrett recalls the hijacking thirty four years ago this is a seventeen day or deal where you had a lot of passengers they killed one US navy's servicemen. saying that they're trying to confirm the man's identity Saudi Arabia investigating the attack last week and on the country's largest oral processing plant and says it will quote build its response and what it finds Saudi minister of state for affairs Adel al Jubeir said Saturday that it is that they are conferring with its diplomatic friends and allies to protect the economies of all civilized nations the challenges that we're facing now. call for enhancing security cooperation between the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its allies and partners in order to ensure the future in order to ensure no disruptions to the supply of energy to the wall so that the world economy is not negatively impacted new details are emerging about the phone call at the center of a whistle blower report from inside the White House the administration is pushing back on reports of the president pressured the leader of Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political rival the whistle blowers main allegation is basically that president trump past in this one phone call back in July for the president of Ukraine to engage his intelligence services to dig up what dirt they could on hunter Biden who was serving on the board of a Ukrainian energy company back when Joe Biden was vice president ABC's David Wright reporting from the White House and hotel magnate Barron Hilton has died he was ninety one you're listening to ABC news. did you take a.

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"greek island" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"greek island" Discussed on KOMO

"From ABC news. I'm taught at a man on the F. B. I.'s most wanted list for his alleged part in in nineteen eighty five airplane hijacking is now in custody in Greece and awaits extradition to the U. S. the sixty five year old suspected hijacker received a life sentence in Germany but was paroled fourteen years later and returned to Lebanon he was caught on a cruise ship that landed on a Greek island former FBI agent then ABC news consultant Brad Garrett recalls the hijacking thirty four years ago this is a seventeen day for deal where you had a lot of passengers they killed one US navy's servicemen. saying that they're trying to confirm the man's identity Saudi Arabia investigating the attack last week and on the country's largest oral processing plant and says it will quote build its response and what it finds Saudi minister of state for affairs Adel al Jubeir said Saturday that it is that they are conferring with its diplomatic friends and allies to protect the economies of all civilized nations the challenges that we're facing now. call for enhancing security cooperation between the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its allies and partners in order to ensure the future in order to ensure no disruptions to the supply of energy to the wall so that the world economy is not negatively impacted new details are emerging about the phone call at the center whistle blower report from inside the White House the administration is pushing back on reports that the president pressure the leader of Ukraine to dig up dirt on a political rival the whistle blowers main allegation is basically that president trump past in this one phone call back in July for the president of Ukraine to engage his intelligence services to dig up what dirt they could on hunter Biden who was serving on the board of a Ukrainian energy company back when Joe Biden was vice president ABC's David Wright reporting from the White House and hotel magnate Barron Hilton has died he was ninety one you're listening to ABC news. did you take a hundred dollars and throw eighty of it away if you're taking drug store vitamin tablets that's exactly what you're doing because eighty percent of those tablets are not being absorbed hi I'm not sure how the doctor Dennis black creator of Texas super food many of you take Texas Hebrew daily and feel great but some people tell us they just.

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