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 Aid groups say conditions in northwest Syria at crisis point

Pacifica Evening News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Aid groups say conditions in northwest Syria at crisis point

"Dozens of international aid groups warned today that humanitarian conditions in Syria's northwest inland. Prominence of reached the new crisis point as government troops push to retake the rebels last stronghold the violence has affected, shattered a ceasefire ago she aided by Russia and Turkey in place since last September Russia's firmly backed president mush offsides. Government in the eight years. Civil war while Turkey has supported rebel Syrian

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News in Brief 17 January 2019

UN News

03:35 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 17 January 2019

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations two days after the international criminal court known as the I c c acquitted Larne bog bulk of crimes against humanity on Thursday. The former Ivorian president remains behind bars with his codefendant Charles Blake day. The accusations against them stemmed from post electoral violence in cotija wa between December twenty ten and April twenty eleven in custody since the trial began in January twenty sixteen prosecutors filed an appeal against Tuesday's acquittal and considering Mr. bag bowl a flight risk requested on Wednesday that he remained in custody until the appeal is resolved. I see spokesperson Fahdi L, Abdullah explained the procedure to UN news multiple scenarios for aquittal itself. When the decision will be filed them the prosecutor will have the possibility to appeal and then before that number. To decide whether or not to uphold that we're told to reverse it and revert back the case to attract chamber or not as for the release of military war miserably Goodell is will be determined by the chamber. I would be a decision whether survivor in simply has to stay in detention until the show of the acquittal is decided on Thursday the World Health Organization WHO expressed severe concern over deteriorating humanitarian conditions for proximity. Forty thousand mostly women and children in Syria's rook bond settlement a refugee camp near the Jordanian border. According to whol harsh winter conditions have reportedly left several dead with very few staff or medical supplies available. And no generators or fuel to provide even minimum warmth, the U N health agency called for immediate access to provide medical care and evacuee. Late patients who are critically ill Elizabeth Hoff. The W H O Representative in Syria said the people trapped in rook Bon are living in deplorable conditions exposed to harsh winter weather that shows no sign of abating. She stressed the importance of reaching them as soon as possible. So that no more lives are lost on necessarily. Turning to Afghanistan. The UN continues to counter violent extremism in the country's northeastern region by engaging religious scholars as agents of peace and rallying communities to join local peace efforts, the religious scholars known as Lima are respected. Influential community leaders whose role in promoting peace and reconciliation has been widely recognized as sensual including Konduz and its surrounding provinces which were among the country's most volatile in a recent interview and official of the condos department of hodgin religious affairs told the UN assistance mission in Afghanistan, you NAMA that they are preaching peace in mosques as well as on the radio and television, every little scholar himself Malawi Mohammad Yakub SABA said that he and his colleagues want peace adding that we will continue preaching peace now. And in the future last year who NAMA regional office in Kunduz back to series of peace building initiatives that were broadcast to some one million people across the region. Liska Fiji UN news.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Network welcome to relate nine hundred thirty three ninety three that gray unleashed also alexandria kazuyo cortes has you know she's everywhere she's they've say that she's there a thousand people have tried to book on interviews so people all over the country want nothing more than to hear from alexandria cortes on virtually everything that she has on her mind how are you going to are you going to pay for these programs actually nobody's asking that what what is the difference between a democratic socialist and socialist how citing is it that you're twenty eight years old and you're headed to congress she also sat down and discussed with i don't some anchorperson some our thoughts on foreign policy it's kind of interesting because we've heard a lot of her domestic policy she wants free this free that for everybody and in a country that's the wealthiest in the world there should be nobody who who's poor well that's wonderful how are you going to make that happen but that's not what the topic of conversation was here the topic of conversation was israel in the situation there and here's what transpired the dynamic there in terms of geopolitics and the war at least is very different than people expressing their first amendment rights protests yes but i also think that what people are starting to see at least in occupations of palestine is in the way people are starting to see in the occupation of palestine not the most radical of democrat socialists would say those words in this country in the state of new york and that shows the radical nature of belief structure in my in my humble opinion you're calling israel the occupier of palestine stop it that's unbelievable just an increasing crisis of humanitarian condition and the increasing crisis of the humanitarian condition because the israelis are so brutalizing the poor palestinians i mean it's unconscionable what they're doing to him right to me is just where i tend to come from on this issue use the term the occupation of palestine this is the interview or now sound very similar so we have to differentiate this is the interviewer now saying use the term occupation of palestine what did you mean by that now listen to the listen to the back stepping well oh no no no wait oh i did i say what i meant is like the settlements that are increasing and some of these areas and places where are experiencing difficulty and access to their housing and homes do you think you can expand on that yeah i mean i think i'd also just i i am not expert geopolitics no kidding yeah okay admit it now i don't know what i'm talking about me in congress i don't know what the hell about here just talking on my right now moving because it seems like the my voice is coming out of that i don't even know what i'm talking about that's amazing this is what you're going to get with a twenty eight year old millennial in the office is that what you want new york okay good luck on that good luck show win all the all the people who are jewish in new york in her district is this what you want really even if you want even if you believe wholeheartedly in free college free trade school guaranteed jobs free healthcare free everything do you also believe that israel is an occupier and they're committing horrible human rights atrocities against the poor palestinian people holy cow don't she doesn't know anything about it she knows nothing about it and then she's two or credit she actually finally admits it thank you for at least admitting it at the end maybe you should've started there maybe you should've started when you're talking well your your policy on israel yeah you know what i really up to speed on that yet i'm working with my advisers right now to form a really good policy on israel i'm not up to speed on that right now i would have respected that a little more than her trying to fake her way through occupation but congratulations i mean this is what you're going to get in new york this is the representative you're about to have an anti israel socialist in office and i guess we're all supposed to be okay with it but i'm frankly not i am frankly not okay with it i guess is a good thing i don't live in new york.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"These protesters are witting participants in that and yet i think about them why were we as americans sympathetic with citizens of east berlin who were machine gunned down trying to breach the berlin wall similar odds possibly a death mission is it just the the goodness of the underlying cause and it has nothing to do with the tactic i guess the cause has a lot to do with people in east berlin or struggling to reach freedom they were living under a an oppressive communist dictatorship and they were trying to get out essentially of those circumstances and they were being of course shot by by the guards on their own side trying to keep them from getting out people in gaza are living in horrific circumstances i don't want to minimize that at all economists collapsed the electric city in water infrastructure's collapsed the health conditions are deteriorating and it's understandable that people are looking for ways of tasting freedom they don't enjoy their but they are being organized this case and sort of whipped up by their own leadership with an ideology which they're very open about they don't make any pretense that they have another agenda which is to work toward destroying the state of israel obviously individuals palestinians crossing are not gonna be able to do that but that is their ideology they have previously squandered huge resources on rockets which they fired at israel and communities now israel can counter that with missile defense systems they've squandered huge resources on building tunnels under the border in order to have the ability to conduct terrorist attacks israel technology to detect and counter those tunnels what they have left is putting their own people in harm's way as a way of trying demonstrate their relevance and and sort of take the is off their own contribution to the humanitarian crisis there's a lot that israel can do has done in the in the past and i think more can be done certainly more egypt can do and more the international community can do and legitimately we should all be doing more to ease the humanitarian conditions in gaza but we are dealing with a.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Right so to kind of set set the scene gaza is a a tiny piece of land that today is where over two million people live it is one of the most densely populated places on earth particularly the refugee camps the vast majority of the palestinians living in the gaza strip upwards of eighty percent are not originally from gaza even though 'cause it self is a millennia old civilized place but most of them were refugees from towns and villages around what is today the gaza strip who were forced out of their homes and denied return to their homes by the state of israel and one thousand nine hundred forty eight and of course the nineteen sixty seven the israeli state occupied the gaza strip along with the west bank east jerusalem to call on heights and other arab territories and continues to actively occupy the gaza strip to this day and now as you point out there is a misconception around the status of the gaza strip because in two thousand and five the israelis withdrew their settlers from the gaza strip but they continued to control it from the outside they contend to control who gets in and out along with what gets in and out which has had a devastating impact on the economy of the gaza strip and today you have massive on employment particularly youth unemployment you have devastating humanitarian conditions where you have a dramatic lack of electricity you have most ninety six percent of the water being unfit for human consumption and of course because those are very central utilities to everything else in life many other things that are basic and modern life do not function well either including sewage including hospital facilities including so many other things and so you know the palestinians living in the gaza strip i experienced at the cleansing became refugees then became subject to military occupation and since two thousand and five have been subject to policies siege that have strangled the economy of the strip and really affectively collectively punish too.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We continue our look at the israeli army's use of deadly force against palestinian protesters in gaza joining me now is aaron david miller former middle east negotiator for the state department and also vice president of the wilson center aaron welcome back always a pleasure so according to the gaza health ministry israeli soldiers killed more than fifty palestinians and injured over two thousand yesterday what's your reaction to that use of force our main it's clearly disproportionate there's no question but i think the roots of this are much more complicated nice struggle with this all the time and have struggled with over the last several days particularly the splits split surreal screens between what was happening in jerusalem with the opening of the us embassy in what was happening in gaza part of the problem lies in the fact that these purchase and demonstrations while initially in originally begun as a grass roots movement by a variety of non hamas organizations to protest the humanitarian conditions i would argue crisis massive unemployment electricity shortages absence of portable drinking water and the decrepit infrastructure was seized on by the organization itself you have to you have to factor in the reality that there is a a force here on the palestinian side which is exploitative and that is a moss and i don't think it's possible i don't what the administration's position is i think it's more complicated than net and i think any honest analysis has to consider the disproportionate use of israel force particularly live fire but it also has to balance that against the situation and the challenges that face let's take a listen we heard a nikki haley the american ambassador to the united nations who spoke on this issue earlier today no country in this chamber would act with more restraint than israel has in fact the records of several countries here today suggest they would be much less restrained your reaction aaron well i think if she's talking about what the government of egypt did to twenty thirteen or what the saudis do with we're and we are enabling that the bombing campaign she probably has a point but that's not that explanation she provided i think fails to to get it the nature of the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We continue our look at the israeli army's use of deadly force against palestinian protesters in gaza joining me now is aaron david miller former middle east negotiator for the state department and also vice president of the wilson center aaron welcome back always a pleasure so according to the gaza health ministry israeli soldiers killed more than fifty palestinians and injured over two thousand yesterday what's your reaction to that use of force i mean it's clearly disproportionate there's no question but i think the roots of this are much more complicated and i struggle with this all the time and have struggled with over the last several days particularly the splits split surreal screens between what was happening in jerusalem with the opening of the us embassy in what was happening in gaza part of the problem lies in the fact that these protests and demonstrations while initially in originally begun as a grass roots movement by a variety of non hamas organizations to protest the humanitarian conditions i would argue crisis massive unemployment electricity shortages absence of potable drinking water and the decrepit infrastructure was seized on by the organization itself you have to you have to factor in the reality that there is a a force here on the palestinian side which is exploitative and that is a moss and i don't think it's possible i know what the administration's position is i think it's more complicated than that and i think any honest analysis has to consider the disproportionate use of israeli force particularly live fire but it also has to balance that against the situation and the challenges that the israelis face let's take a listen we heard a nikki haley the american ambassador to the united nations who spoke on this issue earlier today no country in this chamber would act with more restraint then israel has in fact the records of several countries here today suggests they would be much less restrained your reaction aaron well i think if she's talking about what the government of egypt did twenty thirteen or what the saudis do with respect we're and we are enabling that the bombing campaign she probably has a point but that's not that explanation she provided i think fails to to get it the nature of the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way i'm like the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything materiel food and so forth because i refuse to put up with this so they don't protest against egypt israel allows goods to cross l'egypte do not egyptians barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza tis in about humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves the march to return for palestinian refugees for the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here hamas they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for p victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat convention the the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is a lush narrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from zuri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman of the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself keith ex worked with enforce farrakhan even though he tries to rewrite history has said many many antisemitic things in addition to medea antiamerican things and they often go hand in hand by the way if you hate your own country you typically hate israel to bernie sanders and i'll say this has a jew is is disgusting beyond belief is it self hating jew in my view as most communists were and are as most communists were if they're jewish so bernie sanders is on face the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The israel over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way i'm like the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything all material food and so forth because i refuse to put up with this so they don't protest against egypt israel allows goods to cross the egyptians do not and he barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves the march to return for palestinian refugees or the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here howe's they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for our pr victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat conventionally the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is a lush narrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from missouri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman of the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself keith ex who worked with enforce farrakhan even though he tries to rewrite history has said many many antisemitic things in addition to medea anti american things and they often go hand in hand by the way if you hate your own country you typically hate israel to the bernie sanders and i'll say this as a jew is is disgusting beyond belief his a self hating jew in my view as most communists were and are as most communists weren't on if they're jewish so bernie sanders is on face the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Israel over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way unlike the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything all material food and so forth because they refused to put up with this so they don't protest against egypt israel allows goods to cross the gypsies do not the gypsies barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza about humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves the march to return for palestinian refugees or the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here hamas they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for our pr victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat convention they the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is a lush narrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from zuri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself keith ex who worked with in four con even though he tries to rewrite history you said many many antisemitic things in addition to many anti american things and they often go hand in hand by the way if you hate your own country you typically hate israel to the bernie sanders and i'll say this as a jew is is disgusting beyond belief his self hating jew in my view as most communists were and are his most communists weren't on if they're jewish so bernie sanders is on face the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way unlike the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything material food and so forth because i refuse to put up with this so they don't protest against egypt israel allows goods to cross the do not and the gypsies barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza tis humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves march to return for palestinian refugees or the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here hamas they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for our pr victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat convention the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is a lush narrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from zuri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman of the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself keith ex who worked with enforce farrakhan even though he tries to rewrite his history you said many many antisemitic things in addition to medea antiamerican things and they often go hand in hand by the way if you hate your own country you typically hate israel to but bernie sanders and i'll say this as a jew is is disgusting beyond belief he's a self hating jew in my view as most communists were and are as most communists were and are if they're jewish so bernie sanders was on face the nation and.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You notice hamas islamic jihad you notice where they don't protest egypt egypt is on their border you want to know why they didn't send twenty thousand citizens and a bunch of terrorist cells to do to egypt but they did they israel over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way unlike the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything all material food and so forth because i refuse to put up with this so they don't protest against agent israel allows goods to cross the egyptian stu not in the egyptians barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves the march to return for palestinian refugees or the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here hamas they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for our pr victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat convention the the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is illustrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from missouri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself keith ex who worked with enforced farrakhan even though he tries to.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WTMA

"The israel over the weekend because egypt wouldn't give a second thought about using maximum military force against the socalled refugees and by the way i'm like the israelis who truck in tons of food tons of material who have an electric power plant that provides electricity to the gaza strip the egyptians have cut off everything everything oh material food and so forth because i refuse to put up with this so they don't protest against egypt israel allows goods to cross the do not egyptians barely allow anyone to leave gaza these rallies do but you see this isn't about humanitarian conditions in gaza humanitarian conditions in gaza it's called the march to return but our media in this country don't even pay attention to they call it themselves the march to return for palestinian refugees or the great grandchildren of refugees that's not what the israelis are saying that's what the palestinians are saying they call it the march to return so all of us know what's going on here hamas they figure a few dead here and there that's the price to pay for our pr victories on cnn and msnbc in the new york times and the washington post and all the rest of it bernie sanders was on face the nation bernie sanders was on face the nation you'll remember at the democrat conventionally the palestinian flag i didn't see the israeli flag there i don't even know if i saw the american flag maybe it was there i don't know but bernie sanders was on face the nation and he is a lush narrative of the hard left in this country and the democrat party so the crackpot from zuri didn't want me to talk about the democrat party's past let me talk about the democrat party's future the deputy chairman the democrat national committee is keith ellison or is he used to call himself x who worked with four farrakhan even though he tries to rewrite history you said many many antisemitic things in addition to medea anti american things and they often go hand in hand by the way if you hate your own country you typically hate israel to but bernie sanders and i'll say this as a jew is is disgusting beyond belief his is self hating jew in my view as most communists were in our his most communists were in our if they're jewish so bernie sanders was on face the.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Services says the healthy hiring has not yet boosted wages the one area where things are lagging as wage growth at r remain disappointing but i do think that that will pick up his businesses find the more and more difficult to hire government since last month's wages rose two and a half percent more than a quarter of a million utility customers in the south lost power friday after a snowstorm the highest number of outages have been reported in georgia some customers are being told they might not have electricity restore before sunday temperatures in parts of the region could hit freezing overnight this is npr news members of the un security council or criticizing president trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel palestinian ambassador riyadh mon sore called the move the irresponsible saying it will further exacerbate religious sensitivities anti us rallies were held across the muslim world on friday palestinians clashed with israeli police in the west bank in on the border with gaza the palestinian health ministry says fifteen people were injured in air strikes that the israeli military says were launched in response to a rocket fired from gaza the white house says it is gravely concerned by the escalating violence and dire humanitarian conditions in yemen and his npr's jackie northern reports it's calling on all sides in the conflict to end hostilities and start peace talks this is the second time this week the trump administration has appealed for an end of the fighting and suffering in yemen a saudi led blockade of yemen's red sea ports has prevented essential supplies including food water medicine and fuel from reaching people for more than a month a white house statement repeated a call to saudi arabia to lift the blockade in for the iranianbacked who theme militias to allow the free flow of humanitarian aid the statement says the quote devastating conflict must be brought to an end through political negotiations the us of supporting the saudi led coalition fighting in yemen providing refueling planes in assistance with intelligence jackie north npr news wall street stocks closed higher with the dow jones industrials rising one hundred.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Leaders save roy moore who has been accused of sexual misconduct should step down fight position is unchanged i have not changed i think he should have dropped up just because polling has changed doesn't change my opinion on the matter will hear the latest on the alabama senate race also this hour more than three thousand puerto ricans have sought services in new york city since hurricane maria struck the island more than two months ago also snow is in ill forecast will keep you updated on that and much more this hour but first news have ice good evening live from npr news in washington i'm jack spear arizona republican congressman trent francs announced he will resign immediately instead of at the end of january franks was facing an ethics investigation into allegations he discussed the possibility of surrogacy with two female aids more men pr susan davis in a statement franks said he would expedite his resignation because his wife was hospitalized on thursday and that it was the best thing to do for his family franks admitted that he discussed surrogacy and his family's infertility struggles with female aids but he denies ever intimidating or attempting to engage in sexual contact with anyone on his staff house speaker paul ryan personally informed francs last week that he would refer the matter to ethics and told him to resign franks was the third member of congress to announce his resignation just this week over allegations of sexual impropriety susan davis npr news the capital ahead of what the white house says will be a rally for president trump in pensacola florida nearly alabama border trump again took to twitter today or urging voters to support republican senate candidate roy more with the special election to fill the alabama senate seats set for tuesday trump said the last thing his agenda needs is a liberal democrat in the senate moore's refused to leave the race remains competitive this by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct including assault involving girls as young as fourteen when he was a prosecutor in his thirties the white house says it is gravely worried about the escalating violence in dire humanitarian conditions in yemen and bureau's jackie north has more this is the second time this week the trump administration has appealed for an end to the fighting and suffering in.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jack spear arizona republican congressman trent francs announced he will resign immediately instead of at the end of january francs was facing an ethics investigation into allegations he discussed the possibility of surrogacy with two female aids more men pr susan davis in a statement franks said he would expedite his resignation because his wife was hospitalized on thursday and that was the best thing to do for his family franks admitted that he discussed surrogacy and his family's infertility struggles with female aids but he denies ever intimidating or attempting to engage in sexual contact with anyone on his staff house speaker paul ryan personally informed francs last week that he would refer the matter to ethics and told him to resign francs was the third member of congress to announce his resignation just this week over allegations of sexual impropriety susan davis npr news the capital ahead of what the white house says will be a rally for president trump and pensacola florida nearly alabama border trump again took to twitter today urging voters to support republican senate candidate roy more with a special election to fill the alabama senate seat set for tuesday trump said the last thing his agenda needs is a liberal democrat in the senate moore's refused to leave the race remains competitive this by multiple allegations of sexual misconduct including assault involving girls as young as fourteen when he was a prosecutor in his thirties the white house says it is gravely worried about the escalating violence in dire humanitarian conditions in yemen in pierce jackie north them has more this is the second time this week the trump administration has appealed for an end to the fighting and suffering in yemen as saudi led blockade of yemen's red sea ports has prevented essential supplies including food water medicine and fuel from reaching people for more than a month a white house statement repeated a call to saudi arabia to lift the blockade in for the iranianbacked who theme militias to allow the free flow of humanitarian aid.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"And and what exactly is this agreement supposed to achieve what the palestinian hope is that it will end a decade of misery in gaza and that it will open gaza up to the outside world because when hamas took over ten years ago israel and egypt imposed a blockade on gaza and very few people can leave gaza unemployment is very high hamas fought three wars with israel and humanitarian conditions in gaza have become really dire so in a met the because the palestinian authority is recognised as a legitimate government by the world palestinians hope that if the palestinian authority is back in control in gaza egypt would open its border crossing with gaza and gaza's isolation would end but there are still a lot of very key issues that the two sides have not yet agreed on a so today's agreement is just one step in and was going to be a very long process the talk about those major issues that divide hamas and fatah one is she was a very local one and that's jobs a maas once it's tens of thousands of bureaucrats that run gaza and that have run gaza for ten years to have a source of income when the palestinian authority takes over so that's been one sticking point that has actually made past attempts at reconciliation fail a major issue is hamas weapons and it's rockets the palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas once hamas to disarm and they haven't yet negotiator that point.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two main political factions for the palestinians at trying to get them back towards some kind of an agreement and back in two thousand eleven it did come up with a powersharing deal and that's that's fell apart and just in recent months we have seen much worsening humanitarian conditions in gaza as this political divide between hamas and fatah has really deepens and president abassahs really been piling on political pressure trying to reassert his authority over gaza and that has resulted in some very controversial measures for example the pa putting up fuel tax for the sole power plant in gaza which led to the power plant and the unable to afford fuel and and closing down he instructed israel to reduce mains electricity it provides to gaza that's how defects on hospitals are wastewater management that kind of thing at least one boy is the night because there that poorly treated sewage has been pumped into the sea in gaza so thrilled a declining situation and this has come about really a after a lot of international pressure that we know has been going on behind the scenes and we just got overnight a very short statement from hamas related to this making four points basically saying that it would dissolve this administrative committee that it set up in march to manage affairs in gaza that's been seen as a kind of alternative governments to the palestinian authority are shadow government it also invited unity government to go to gaza to take over management immediately and said it was prepared to hold general elections and also that it was ready to.

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"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"humanitarian conditions" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"It's the real news matter israel says it will cut the already meagre power supply to the gaza strip gaza two million residents already receive just four hours of your trip to the day but israel's move would reduce that by an additional forty five minutes the israeli security cabinet approved it after the a palestinian authority told israel it will only cover seventy percent of the cost the palestinian authority also wants hamas to make political concessions aid groups warned that cutting gaza's power even more will intensify its dire humanitarian conditions and possibly sparked an armed response join me discuss israel news course sponsored sheer however welcome scher having almost start by playing for you the explanation given by israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said israel has no stake in this and it's merely acting based on the request of the palestinian authority over what he called an internal palestinian dispute mojo among chaumont the communist glue last year i heard several false explanations on the issue electricity in gaza understand that the matter of gaza's electra city is disputed issue what the palestinian authority in mount lebanon masses demanding the palestinian authority official financing illiteracy among palestinian authority refuses don't hang on a student missiles listen issue is an internal palestinian argument l'espinay any case i wish to make clear regarding israel has no interest to escalate chombe in the on bustle among so share that netanyahu saying that this is an internal palestinian matter and israel has no interest in esscalation what's your take on that will ease lying course israeli is controlling gaza in many different ways in fact the israeli position cher has just published a you website with with which they call fifty shades of control where the explain the fifty ways by which the israeli government still occupies in and controlled every aspect of guy netanyahu is trying to shift the blame on a bus and it's true that day brazil would adviser the by the government is now trying to put pressure on amassed released creepy appearance that he's putting pressure on amassed an preparation for negotiations with israel because i am a president trump is saying that there's going the locations and added but stadiums say our concern that they're going to be asked to make a very painful.

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