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Iran says US sanctions hinder access to COVID-19 vaccines

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Iran says US sanctions hinder access to COVID-19 vaccines

"Iran's president Hassan Rouhani says that U. S. sanctions are making it difficult for Iran to purchase medicines and health supplies from abroad including Kobe to nineteen vaccines needed to contain the worst outbreak in the Middle East president Donald trump's administration has imposed crippling sanctions on Iran's banking sector and it's vital oil and gas industry since unilaterally withdrawing the US from Iran's nuclear deal with world powers in two thousand and eighteen while the US insists the medicines and how many tearing goods are exempt from sanctions restrictions on trade have made many banks and companies across the world hesitant to do business with Iran fearing punitive measures from Washington I'm is area Sheckley

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Iran's parliament approves bill to suspend nuclear inspections

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

Iran's parliament approves bill to suspend nuclear inspections

"Iran's top political chamber is now given final approval to a bill forcing President Hassan Rouhani toe and international nuclear inspections unless key sanctions are lifted by February. This makes things tougher for incoming President

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Iran's president opposes bill that would boost enrichment

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Iran's president opposes bill that would boost enrichment

"Iran's president Hassan Rouhani says he's opposed to a bill approved by the Iranian parliament to suspend U. N. inspections and boost Iranian in Richmond saying it would be harmful to diplomatic efforts the type of war over the bill which gained momentum after the killing of a prominent Iranian nuclear scientists last month reflects the rivalry between Rouhani a relative moderate and hardline lawmakers who dominated the parliament in favor of a more confrontational approach to the west speaking at a cabinet meeting we want he said his administration does not agree with the bill and considers it home full for the trend of diplomatic activities he implied lawmakers are positioning themselves ahead of elections planned for June I'm Charles the live as much

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Iran's supreme leader vows revenge after top nuclear scientist apparently assassinated

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Iran's supreme leader vows revenge after top nuclear scientist apparently assassinated

"Revenge for the assassination of a top nuclear scientists, President Hassan Rouhani today joined other top Iranian officials and blaming Israel. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is calling for definitive punishment. Ethiopian military has reportedly begun. It's offensive to take control of the T Cry region's capital shelling is being reported in Makayla today, a day after the prime minister announced the final phase of the military offensive. And farmers in India are pro testing against legislation they say could devastate crop prices. Thousands demonstrated in the capital New Delhi today, a day after police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse them. Jail. Snyder NPR news

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Iran's supreme leader vows revenge for scientist's killing

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Iran's supreme leader vows revenge for scientist's killing

"Iran is vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist, NPR's Peter Kenyon. Reports of President Hassan Rouhani is now among those accusing Israel of being behind the attack the most and fuckers Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons. Was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge Fuck. Rosati is death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office, former State Department official Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter. That quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to impede diplomacy Peter Kenyon, NPR news

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Iran vows revenge for scientist's killing

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Iran vows revenge for scientist's killing

"Snyder. Iran is vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist, NPR's Peter Kenyon, reports of President Hassan Rouhani. It's now among those accusing Israel of being behind the attack. Dr Mostyn fuckers. Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons, was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President. Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge chakras Rd's death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Former State Department official, Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter that quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to

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Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

KQED Newsroom

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Ethiopian government begins offensive in Tigray capital city

"Reports from northern Ethiopia say the capital of Tigre province, Me Kaylee, where dissident tplf forces are under siege is under heavy bombardment from the government army. A V. Bamford has the latest details. Aid workers into gray have confirmed a declaration texted to a news agency by the TPLF leader that medically a city of half a million people was being shelled. Ethiopian military has said it intended to seize the city within days, but would seek to avoid harming civilians. The Federal Army earlier said it had advanced to a Gula lesson 20 kilometers from Italy. Ethiopian government under Prime Minister Rbf Med has rejected ceasefire demands from the African Union, saying it is engaged in a police action. The T p L F has rejected Mr Abbas blueprint for a more centralized Ethiopian state. Iran's leaders have promised to retaliate following the assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists, which they believe was carried out by Israel. The Supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, called for the punishment of those responsible for the killing on Friday. President Hassan Rouhani also said that vengeance would come, but only when Iran decided that the time was right. CR Bashar Dylan is from BBC Persian Already the hard liners inside Iran are taking this as a sign of weakness and even blaming The government of Rouhani himself for showing weakness and emboldening the will they believe to be the Israelis and carrying out these attacks, which is not the first one of its kind. Despite the Oh the bombastic language from hard liners inside the country's screaming for revenge. What they are doing is really waiting it out till a Joe Biden administration comes in in 50 days. Germany has those all sides to show restraint following the assassination of the Iranian scientists. A German former foreign ministry spokesman talked to the need to avoid an escalation of tensions. He said it was important to preserve the scope for nuclear negotiations.

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Iran's top nuclear scientist killed

Science Friday

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Iran's top nuclear scientist killed

"Vowing revenge for the assassination of a top Iranian scientist. President Hassan Rouhani is accusing Israel of being behind the attack. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports doctor Mostyn fuckers. Adi, who's been described as a leader in Iranian research into nuclear weapons, was gunned down in a car outside Tehran. President. Rouhani blamed Israel, saying the assassination quote shows our enemies, despair and the depth of their hatred. Iranian military officials are vowing to avenge Fuck. Rosati is death, a senior U. S official told NPR that one concern is possible attacks on U. S forces in Iraq. Some analysts are suggesting the attack was an effort to escalate tensions before President elect Joe Biden takes office. Former State Department official, Mark Fitzpatrick wrote on Twitter that quote the reason for assassinating Fuck. Rosati wasn't to impede Iran's war potential. It was to impede diplomacy. Peter

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Iranian officials react to Biden victory in US presidential race

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Iranian officials react to Biden victory in US presidential race

"Be compensated for things. The president trump did iranian president. Hassan rouhani calling president trump's time in office a curse for people in both the middle east and the united states as for the future on involved. Recall how to door mitt. Romney says iran and america can go back to where things were four years ago. When president biden steps down as vice presidents that would include the us returning to the iran nuclear deal. Simon folks new civil jack callaghan. This is fox news.

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Iran's president calls on Biden to return to nuclear deal

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Iran's president calls on Biden to return to nuclear deal

"Called on President elect Biden to return the U. S to Tehran's nuclear deal with World powers. Hassan Rouhani reportedly said said Biden's Biden's Biden's election election election represented represented represented an an an opportunity opportunity opportunity for for for the the the U. U. U. S S S to to to compensate compensate compensate for for for past past past mistakes. mistakes. mistakes. And And And return return return to to to the the the path path path of of of complying complying complying with with with international international international agreements of strength

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Iran's president calls on Biden to return to nuclear deal

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Iran's president calls on Biden to return to nuclear deal

"The president of Iran responding to the results of the US election by calling on President elect Biden To return the United States to Tehran's nuclear deal with world powers. President Trump pulled the United States out of that accord and imposed tuck tough economic sanctions on the Tehran government. In its report, Iran's state run news agency quotes Hassan Rouhani as saying that Biden's election represents an opportunity for the United States to make up for past mistakes. And return complying with international agreements through respect of international norms.

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U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Sector

BTV Simulcast

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Imposes Sanctions on Iran’s Oil Sector

"US is stepping up its fight with Iran. It's a sanctioning the country's petroleum minister in the days ahead of the election. The Treasury Department is targeting Big John and number gay, saying that Iran uses oil to fund its elite revolution Revolutionary guards and destabilize the Middle East. Xanga name is seen as the architect of Iran's recent recovery and as one of President Hassan Rouhani's more moderate AIDS

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Iran strikes defiant tone at UN under crushing US sanctions

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Iran strikes defiant tone at UN under crushing US sanctions

"D T o P. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the US is treating his country just like police in Minneapolis treated George Floyd. In a defiant speech pre recorded to the U. N General Assembly today. Rouhani promised the US will not be able to force Iran to change its policies, while Rouhani spoke just days after his country's currency plunged to its lowest levels ever to the U. S dollar because of crippling sanctions imposed by President Trump sanctions effectively bar Iran from selling its oil

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Iran's president warns lockdowns could lead to protests

Snap Judgment

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Iran's president warns lockdowns could lead to protests

"In Iran, where lockdowns have been ordered to stem the spread of the Koven 19 pandemic. President Hassan Rouhani is concerned about the social unrest that could follow his website quotes the Iranian leader as fretting that the lockdowns could lead to street protests over economic problems. In a regular cabinet meeting about the Corona virus this weekend, he said the easiest way to fight the virus is to close off all activities. But Rouhani is quoted as saying Then people come and stage protests because of chaos, famine and problems. Mass lockdowns were imposed in Iran earlier in the year and case Numbers fell. But with three openings cases air going up again,

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"In Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds NPR's Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact has been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformist backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came into Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature so pain is a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue as I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a ban as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for a hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle us and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is is going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Toronto but they have sparked fear that it could spread that certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"Kelly in Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds and Pierce Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was the yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact it's been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformists backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came in to Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature also paints a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue and I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a vein as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle is and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is this going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Tehran but they have sparked fear that it could spread it certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus outbreak NPR's Peter Kenyon they're reporting from Tehran thank you Peter thanks very

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"President Hassan Rouhani taunted president trump from a press conference in the presidential palace in Tehran he said trump's decisions in the region our only geared toward reelection boxes Mike told when one person said to be dead three others hurt following a shootout between rival motorcycle gangs at a bar in Midland Texas the three injured victims all hospitalized leasing multiple suspected gang members were involved the suspects last seen heading westbound toward Odessa a Florida man upset about being denied a rather unique comfort item Nelson Gibson of port Saint Lucie Florida needs kidney dialysis three times each week his family isn't able to sit with him through the treatments which can take up to three and a half hours to complete so he started bringing with him photos of president trump those pictures were eventually upgraded to life size cut outs of the president and that's when the clinic staff told give send no more that it wasn't a rally Gibson says he now feels unfairly singled out but the clinic insists the object is too big a map items need to be in a more manageable size in Miami about brown fox news the sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred halted because of rain in Florida it'll resume later today Monday four PM eastern time pole winner Ricky Stenhouse junior leading when the red flag came out I Paul Stevens in this is fox news Tucson helpwanted dot com salutes the employee of the month the one employee you can't live without the others let's just call them Dave what do you doing Dave we need help with doing this what Mr in glory of the month I'm taking your advice I'm working my **** off that's not what I meant blue to.

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Iranians mark revolution anniversary amid high tension with US

All Things Considered

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Iranians mark revolution anniversary amid high tension with US

"Iran's marking the forty first anniversary of its Islamic revolution in Paris Peter Kenyon tells us president Hassan Rohani addressed a large crowd today calling for public support of the government amid high tensions with the US state television dubbed this year's anniversary so the money don in remembrance of general customs of the money killed in a U. S. drone strike in January president Hassan Rouhani urged crowds in Tehran to ensure a big turn out for parliamentary elections next week despite anger over economic hardships that led to street protests in a violent crackdown by security forces NPR's Peter Kenyon reporting Rohani is call for support comes just months after security forces killed an estimated three hundred people in crackdowns on protest over depressed economic conditions and rising prices as the U. S. ratcheted up sanctions on Iran faltered on its twenty fifteen nuclear

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Iran's Ali Khamenei delivers Friday prayer sermon in Tehran

BBC World Service

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Iran's Ali Khamenei delivers Friday prayer sermon in Tehran

"Large crowds are gathering in the Iranian capital Tehran for Friday prayers which will be led by the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei it comes in the wake of widespread angry protests over the Ukrainian passenger plane shot down by Iran's military last week they benefit reports this is the first time in eight years that Iran's most senior religious authority will give the weekly sermon himself rather than pass it off to a trusted cleric it gives him the opportunity to express his own view amid the tensions sparked by the accidental shooting down of the airline that last week with the loss of one hundred and seventy six lives in a rest sign of friction within the Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani has called on the military to give a full account of how that could have happened the US military has revealed that eleven American soldiers were injured in an Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi base nine days ago a military spokesman said that although there were no deaths some service members were treated full concussion symptoms after the attack previously the US has denied that any of its military personnel were hurt the attack on the aside a base was in retaliation for the assassination of Iran's top military commander Qasem

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Your home for original reporting I'm very non Iran flatly admits mistakenly downing Ukraine like seven fifty two your grain international airlines president now says he never doubted his character because the Wednesday crash telling reporters and give today through an interpreter and you know we had no information on in fact a top commander in Iran now says the missile operator acted independently due to jamming CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rouhani blamed the tragedy on threats and bullying by the United States so you can see where the state spent is going to go that said the Iranians were on high alert because they were provoked and so the US share some of the blame CBS military consultant Mike lands for them to do this they must have recognized that the evidence was just so stacked against them they weren't going to be able to control the narrative internally the head of Iran's revolutionary guards aerospace division says when he heard about the downing of the seven thirty seven I wished I was dead US officials said today on the same day that Iran general Qassem Soleimani was killed another top commander also was targeted he was identified as Abdul Razak Charlie in Yemen he has a price tag on his head and he has been sanctioned by the treasury department but he remained at large in Yemen which is one of the main theaters of operation for the Iranian could force.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"President Hassan Rouhani has said that by Sunday run will begin to enrich uranium at any level that it once it's unclear what level it will enrich uranium out but AT in Richmond of uranium higher than three point six seven there is the one year window analysts say Iran would need to have enough physical material together to build a nuclear weapon this comes amid tension over the seizure by the British territory of Gibraltar of an Iranian supertanker believed to be breaching European Union sanctions by carrying a shipment of Tehran's crude oil to Syria former vice president Joe Biden has raised more than twenty one million dollars since launching his White House bid but another Democrats bring in an even more Joe Joe Biden might still hold front runner status but itself bend Indiana mayor Pete booted Jed who's the top fund raiser so far among Democrats judges raise twenty four point eight million dollars compared to Biden's twenty one point five and some analysts think it's another sign that Biden is vulnerable Bernie Sanders has brought in eighteen million some of the other Democrats haven't reported yet including Kamel Heris who had a breakout performance in last week's debate but the top fundraising candidate is on the other side president trump has garnered a whopping one hundred five million dollars for the quarter Jackie Quinn Washington a federal appeals court upheld a ruling that says the trump administration cannot use Pentagon money to build a border Wall president Donald Trump has once again come out on the wrong end of a decision at the ninety west circuit court of appeals a divided three judge panel of the court in San.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"And to keep people from communicating with each other about where demonstrations were happening so would using something like seif one of allow people to get around that y'all basically if you starts i fawn in iran then all the social media platforms become immediately unfiltered and run through this tunnel that i mentioned earlier said this week after weeks of protests iranian president hassan rouhani said that quote blocking the internet doesn't work do you think that's what we can learn from this that blocking internet access just doesn't work i think we showed that there's no point in trying to block the internet but saw their for determined there to continue blocking the internet still facebook twitter uh i mean the reason why we are used a even before and after the protest is because there's largescale blocking of information websites services you name at the internet has become a varied place where people are depending on it and for various reasons of which i don't know why but they are they choose to block certain things and leave other things open but would results in is a very inconsistent connection at the that they don't know when they wake up in the morning whether or not if something's going to be working or not so as safe on another apps two are getting some attention attention in the press like us do you think there's any risk with that level of attention that it might actually be more vulnerable to being controlled or shut down by repressive governments that have an interest in filtering or censoring the internet yeah and certainly we are in the crosshairs are we are certainly wellknown in iran they have announced that they'll be blocking seif on more than a few times so in it to a certain extent there's na there's no longer kinda put not genie back in the bottle and sometimes when these sorts of phenomena zaccur it's important for people to know that that's happening here people experience it in different ways in the western internet but it's it's nothing like what you could imagine.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on WCHS

"Welcome back to jim bohannon show as we continue our discussion on the situation as occurring in iran with liquid did you protest now that have been going on for six straight days again nine people are reported to have been killed on monday including seven protestors of this and back these numbers all from iranian state media so take them for what they're worth the ah told now officially has burden risen to twenty one dead in the protests four hundred fifty people have been reported to have been arrested in the past three days and the president hassan rouhani of iran of slammed president trump for a tweeting his support for the protesters the president of course is calling me you're on him government brutal and corrupt in they second to tweet of this past day the foreign ministers of observe says it infiltrators will not be allowed to say sabotage protests and a ronnie and reform group led by ex president mohammad khatami accused the us of encouraging violence in that country to continue our discussion we speak now with the a retired lieutenant colonel in there the us army daniel davis senior fellow of military analyst at defence priorities dot org a colonel davis thank you for joining us for having me appreciate it absolutely let's start with the comparisons as you would see them between what's happening now and what was happening now nine years ago during the the socalled 'green revolution that occurred in iran yeah you know this loose there are some similarities but there's also differences uh i it seemed to just kind of naturally peter out uh two thousand nine or i'm sorry out two thousand nine uh but now the end and and i was actually uh a colleague of mine who was uh kicked out of iran ah when the choephel uh ironically happened to be back in there he when he was allowed to go baking because his mother's about the past will any sent me an email a couple of days ago and said oh yeah this.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm korbut coleman in iran clashes between protesters and security forces continued overnight stay tv reports nine people have been killed including a boy and peers peter kenyon reports that brings the death toll to at least twenty one people since demonstrations began thursday irans revolutionary guard corps said it was moving against what it called agitators who were bringing violence to the antigovernment protests state tv says the latest fatalities include an 11yearold boy also among the dead was a revolutionary guards member shot in the town under jaffa bud iranians in tehran noted on social media that the size of demonstrations in the capital appeared to be smaller and less intense monday night compared with those over the weekend president hassan rouhani is called for economic improvements to address some of the complaints but the defence and interior ministry are insisting that illegal protests will be dealt with decisively peter kenyon npr news istanbul in pakistan's senior government officials are meeting to assess the country he's relationship with the us this follows a tweet by president trump that said the us had foolishly given billions of dollars in aid to pakistan while it gave safe haven to terrorists npr's deed reports from islamabad it was trump's first tweet of two thousand eighteen and it triggered a furious response shutout chowdhry is retired from military service and an analyst the us troops bugs lana zak a crosssectional nation lauded ally the pakistanis have a sense of anger says the frustration and sense of our disappointment when the look at the us and pursue the president of the united states hours after trump hits end the pakistani foreign secretary summoned the us ambassador to complain now ministers and military officials are holding a national security committee meeting to discuss pakistan's next moves they are expected to announce their are actively seeking out other foreign allies dea had aid and kiana.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The confectionary oil south korea has welcomed the suggestion by the north korean leader kim jongun that he's open to dialogue between the two states seoul has proposed holding highlevel talks next week the last meeting between the two sides took place more than two years ago the foreign secretary boris johnson has called for meaningful debate in abhran with thirteen people have been killed in protests since thursday demonstrators attacked police stations late into the night a correspondent jonassen reports overnight there were reports of further unrest in towns and cities across iran social media video show protest is apparently trying to occupy a police station in the central town of khudairi jan with part of the building set on fire earlier the authority said a policeman had been killed in the city of nha jeff about after he was shot dead by what they called a rioter with a hunting rifle the protest as an angry about high unemployment rising prices and corruption boris johnson has called on the iranian authorities to permit debate about what he called the legitimate and in in tissues raised by those demonstrating but iran's elected president hassan rouhani assault to downplay the unrest saying it's being instigated by iran's enemies international trade secretary liam fox is traveling to china to discuss how to develop the country's future trading and investment relationship with the uk he's described china as an important market for british companies police in germany are considering whether to charge a politician from the rightwing a fdp policy bed trix fund store with inciting hatred for tweeting antimuslim remarks she was blocked on twitter the most of yesterday because of the comments that had to refer to events in cologne two years ago when hundreds of women reported being sexually assaulted by men from a migrant background new research suggests that more than eleven thousand tones across the uk have been mt for more than a decade the study by the liberal democrats will say found the very few councils in england and wales at made use of powers allowing local authorities to take over properties that have been mtv more than six months is our political correspondent ben right all parties agree there is a chronic shortage of housing and with homelessness on the rise the lipkin lead at vince cable said it was a national scandal that thousands of homes were sitting empty his party used freedom of information responses from.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on NPR News Now

"What used to be a sharp rescuers worked through the night to unearth the victims they've counted more than forty three people dead women and children are among them and the syrian observatory for human rights monitoring group now says the numbers are higher it's not known if the rays were by syrian fighter jets or by the regime's ally russia but in any case it's happening in an area that had become a place of relative refuge for the country's internally displaced rich look mp unease beirut us stocks were lower the dow jones industrial average down sixty six point set last check at twenty three thousand three hundred seventy three this is npr news thousands of earthquake survivors or huddling against the cold left homeless by the magnitude seven point three temblor on sunday along the iran iraq border entire apartment complexes collapse a running president hassan rouhani is ordering an investigation into why government housing built by his predecessor collapse while others were able to withstand the shaking were than five hundred thirty people have been killed in the quake that struck again along iran's border with iraq zimbabwe's army chief is warning the country's president not to continue purging veterans of the independence struggle from zimbabwe's governing party the army chief says the practice will not be tolerated and may lead to possible military intervention and peers if ab quiz dark in reports president robert mugabe recently dismissed a once powerful vice president who is also a war veteran in a rare public intervention zimbabwe's army commander general constantino chiwenga as.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Puerto rico governor recover center's sense the official death toll from hurricane maria has climbed to thirty four the banks jordan holman reports of president trump's president trump's visit to the island trump receive criticism border on paper towels and for a crowd of hurricane survivors in implying that better response was superior to katrina because the death toll in puerto rico was not in the thousands roselle later said he believes the president recognizes the gravity of the situation after seeing the devastation on the ground and from the sky in san juan jordan hohmann bloomberg daybreak europe turkey's president and again isn't in on this morning meeting with his counterpart hassan rouhani ghanem onto valley says the to want to underscore the opposition to last week's kurdish independence referendum both countries which has at times clashed as opposing positions on the willing syria a now determined to show a united front against further needs by iraq's autonomous kurdistan region tool succession but back that ankara have imposed harsh sanctions on northern iraq and iran closed off its as they say the region on the eve of the referendum last week in tehran goal normal tadani for being back daybreak europe and french president ammonia mccall's approval rating has fallen for fulltime them up to 42 percent in october according to fresh poll by i felt fit of seattle this comes as mccall faces internal criticism that his plans to overhaul france's wealth tax on wide reaching enough global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more the one hundred and twenty countries as onto kill half this is came back marcus vice very much sandra now with the morning sports here's joe towns kyle saying for almost two of england's three rugby union tests next month after being banned for eye gouging the british and irish lines pleaded guilty after being cited while playing for harlequins against northampton he's now own available to face argentina and australia as well as for all his club's games before the 21st him november the knockout stage of the women's champions late style slice it with glasgow city inaction in kazakhstan the small noting that bottling a fivehour time difference against b i k kasza guests in that first leg tonight chelsea or a home for they are parts of a tough last 32 tie against by munich manchester city are in.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The the tone was very matter of fact it was not there was no yelling we didn't throw shoes at one another it was not an early retold at all it was a very very matter of fact exchange how we see this agreement very very differently the european union's foreign policy chief who chaired the meeting described it as frank but frederica immigra reney says all sides agreed that so far the deal is being implemented all meat on this no violations and my sincere hope is that this is going to continue to be the case under the deal around get sanctions relief in return for strict limits to its nuclear program and mogari any points out that this was a deal that was endorsed by the un security council and no one is in the mood for a crisis over this with the difficult times live even in the world of today with quite a good number of conflicts crisis and a nuclear threat coming from a different part of the what the international community cannot afford dismantling an agreement that is working and delivering secretary tillerson says iran may be technically complying but he says iran is violating the spirit of the deal andy's raising concerns at the limits on iran's nuclear deal are phased out over time it rounds president hassan rouhani says his country won't renegotiate any event the nuclear deal is a closed one he told reporters through an interpreter on wednesday this agreement is not something that someone can touch this is a building from the frame of which if you take off a single brick the entire building will collapse but none of that seemed to deter secretary tillerson a former oil executive as a long time to go she later i learned never say never in certain always gives the darvish before you mind everbright through president trump has until october 15th to report to congress on whether he thinks they run is abiding by video and if he does not certify this congress could then reimposed sanctions effectively sinking the deal he'll michelle kelemen npr news new york.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"At least the trump tower this current government's argument for the nefarious dealings in iran all across the region which i think our fair and worth getting into in the complexities but trenton is a little bit in the mindset of of the arroni and they've recently had an election uh they have a person the hassan rouhani who is reputed to be a reformer on the reformist side who is nonetheless allied as as one needs to be with the supreme leader and the hardline elements like the revolutionary guards that um you know control a lot of the money a lot of power so howard they've playing the the sort of complex algebra of the nuclear deal we'll just in his comments kind of showed us that first of all there nobody knows what the nuclear deal is theirs the the iranian definition of what it is is different from what from the american definition and even among us uh there's the there's the actual text of the jcpoa but then there's the security council resolution that uh that enacted it and then there the secrets side deals right so what is the deal at how do we certify compliance with it is a is a what what's the basic definition the deal is this is a serious question from my perspective the one of the aspects of the deal i i would call it sort of the secret annex to the deal the six two protocol iaea is that the is syria the obama administration sold us this deal.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Iran in the socalled moderate president hassan rouhani rouhani is the partner with the obama administration zero on agreement and that partner threatened on tuesday to restart iran's aggressive nuclear program he did this in response to heighten new an entirely justified sanctions from the us addresses very sensitive situation with a different mike gallagher the wisconsin congress minutes on both armed services and homeland security congressional committee how significant is the rouhani announcement yesterday i think it should belie any notes that rally is a moderate all a former them in some out begum some transformation in domestic running politics that's going to moderate their behaviour indeed what we've seen since the jcpoa with finalized with more aggressive behavior across the region and so the white house is going to have a very difficult position in october whether they want to certify that iran is in compliance with the agreement for the third time as you know the corker according legislation requires the president to certify that quote alana's transparently verifiably and fully implementing decree me including all related or technical or additional grant now there's been a lot of debate about whether bearing compliant with the sierra club the actual ladder of the agreement i bought your view the author of danger he put it right which is closely on eerily iraqi kind of the wrong approach look at a clear eyed look at what are actually doing in the region i think they are clearly violation in wanted to do elated agreements referenced is the un security council resolution 2030 line which lock andy reid usa un in which requires all day including raunch transfer of arms or related material to iran by international iran had already violated by transferring weapon the yemen in june and do we we found that ron separately violating un resolution twenty to thirty one transfer of weapons to russia for remain for maintenance it syria so get into the fact you're heavy water levels are what allow them to deal with denied act act will say need to verifiably implement the deal and it is a regain that far from creating a new equilibrium across the middle east as president obama had hoped it creating disorder and did equilibrium in telling the chaos and we're never going to be able to fight i if we are unwilling to roll back alon simultaneously which is a larger threat.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And but before that date our suffered out the military how rarely courtroom off her office you'll following me here they military and supreme court and the consequent assembly which is merely a day all day acted following orders made public expressly made public by the president days ago so there's really no independence with powers here we you know under the constituent assembly is clearly not that simply to write a new constitution it's me your news at battering but all with with the military war getting very close cooperation which is something new even forgiveness well on their tablets or mother you said the term you will worried about the safety of missile taylor do know where she is now is she still in the country i wasn't very recently in quote unquote conduct without your eyes of war for her but now brown leroy has gone underground why wasn't she put in in me that custody her wedding or was and you know she sixty horse in a warm to flee atop a motorbike like that that is just on the fat and it was improper according to the present gaza gucci congress cannot chance of the latin american herald tribune the iranian president hassan rouhani has accused the united states of trying to undermine the nuclear deal between his country and world powers speaking as he was sworn in for a second term he said iran would continue to abide by the terms of the deal as long as the all the signatories did the same laminant i say explicitly that the islamic republic of iran will not infringe the nuclear deal but will not remain silent if there is violations from the us the nation of iran will respond mutually if me there.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A two thousand nine nearly toppling the regime and we thank yet again barack male house benito obama for sitting out as bought silently accept on the weekends playing golf while the people rose up against the regime in tehran almost overthrow it and obama said nothing and obama did nothing the bullets goes on target the regime soft underbelly it's massive corruption and human rights abuses conventional wisdom assumes that iran has a stable government with a public united behind president hassan rouhani is vision of incremental reform in reality they gap between the role and their islamists rulers as expanding the odds are they moderate government will emerge in tehran before the nuclear deals restrictions expire are poor washington needs to block the islamic republic's pathways to gaining nucleartipped missiles while aggressively enforcing the nuclear agreement the administration should present revised terms for a followon deal these must address the current accords fundamental flaws including the sunset provision to give tehran a clear pathway to nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them did you know that there's sunset provision and the inadequate access to iranian military sites that blocks effective verified case they ministrations represented iran the choice between a new agreement an an unrelenting american pressure campaign while signalling that's unilaterally prepared to cancel the existing deal if theron doesn't play ball i thought the president was going to do that pat away only six years after ronald reagan adopt his pressure strategy the soviet bloc collapsed washington must intensify the pressure on the mullah's as reagan did on the communists otherwise a lethal nuclear iran is less than a decade away and let me tell you something again snow not a prediction that i like making i don't like making predictions but we will be going to war with iran thanks to what obama i'm bob corker did let me repeat that thanks to obama and bob corker and i should add john kerry we will be going the war with iran analysts somehow some way we top of that regime and i believe this this gentleman do bullets has some very very important ideas that ought to be instituted i'll be right back.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A two thousand nine nearly toppling the regime and weaker thank yet again barack male house benito obama for sitting out has bought silently accept on the weekends playing golf while the people rose up against the regime in tehran almost overthrow it and obama said nothing and obama did nothing the which goes on target the regime soft underbelly it's massive corruption and human rights abuses conventional wisdom assumes that aranh has a stable government with a public united behind president hassan rouhani is vision of incremental reform in reality that gap between the road gold and their islamist rollers is expanding they are tired i moderate government will emerge in tehran before the nuclear deals restrictions expire are poor washington needs to block the islamic republic's pathways to gaining nucleartipped missiles while aggressively enforcing the nuclear agreement the administration should present revised terms for a followon deal these must address the current accords fundamental flaws including the sunset provision to give tara on a clear pathway to nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them did you know that they're sunset provision and the inadequate access to a rainy and military sites that blocks effective arofikin the administration should present iran the choice between a new agreement in an unrelenting american pressure campaign while signalling that's unilaterally prepared to cancel the existing deal if theron doesn't play ball i thought the president was going to do that by the way at least six years after ronald reagan adopt his pressure strategy the soviet bloc collapsed washington must intensify the pressure on the mullah's as reagan did on the communists otherwise a lethal nuclear iran is less than a decade away and let me tell you something again it's not a prediction that i like making i don't like making predictions but we will be going to war with iran thanks to what obama i'm bob corker did let me repeat that thanks to obama and bob corker and i should add john kerry we will be going to war with iran unless somehow some way we topple that regime and i believe this this gentleman do bullets has some very very important ideas that ought to be instituted.

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"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"hassan rouhani" Discussed on KELO

"The regime and we can thank yet again barack male house benito obama for sitting out as but silently accept on the weekends playing golf while the people rose up against the regime in tehran almost overthrow it and obama said nothing and obama did nothing the bill which goes on target the regime soft underbelly it's massive corruption and human rights abuses conventional wisdom assumes that aranh has a stable government with a public united behind president hassan rouhani is vision of incremental reform in reality that gap between the role and their islam rulers is expanding the they are tired a moderate government will emerge in tehran before the nuclear deals restrictions expire are poor washington needs to block the islamic republic's pathways to gaining nucleartipped missiles while aggressively enforcing the nuclear agreement the administration should present revised terms for a followon deal these must address the current accords fundamental flaws including the sunset provision to give taylor iran a clear pathway the nuclear weapons and the missiles to deliver them did you know that they're sunset provision and the inadequate access to iranian military sites that blocks effective arofikin the administration should present iran the choice between a new agreement and an unrelenting american pressure campaign while signalling that's unilaterally prepared to cancel the existing deal if theron doesn't play ball i thought the president was going to do that by the way at least six years after ronald reagan adopt his pressure strategy the soviet bloc collapsed washington must intensify the pressure on the mullah's as reagan did on the communists otherwise a lethal nuclear iran is less than a decade away and let me tell you something again it's not a prediction that i like making i don't like making predictions but we will be going to war with iran thanks to what obama and bob corker did let me repeat that thanks to obama i'm bob corker and i should add john kerry we will be going to war with iran unless somehow some way we top of that regime and.

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