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Ivory Coast prime minister who was ruling party's presidential candidate for October election has died, presidency says

NPR News Now

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Ivory Coast prime minister who was ruling party's presidential candidate for October election has died, presidency says

"Prime Minister of Ivory Coast has died of a heart, attack and Perez Peralta reports. He was the ruling party's presidential candidate. In the upcoming elections, a government official made the announcement on state TV. Michelle compatriots. Were the Ivory Coast is in mourning. He says because Prime Minister Gong Kelly has died. His death rose. Ivory Coast's October elections into turmoil in March President Dallas on what data stunned the nation by announcing he would not seek a third term, but he handpicked Prime Minister Kalibbala to succeed him. Now that he's gone. It's unclear what happens next in a country with a history of violent transfer of power Interpol NPR news

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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump; Interpol denies help

America's First News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump; Interpol denies help

"Iran is issued an arrest warrant and asked for Interpol for help in detaining President Trump and dozens of others it believes carried out the U. S drone strike that killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad. According to a prosecutor in Tehran, who was quoted by the state run higher in a news agency Monday, the prosecutor said Iran is asked Interpol to issue a red notice for Trump and 35 others. Interpol later said it wouldn't consider the request, meaning the president doesn't face any danger of arrest. US official also dismissing it as a propaganda stuff that makes Iran Foolish

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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump; Interpol denies help

America's First News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump; Interpol denies help

"Iran is issued an arrest warrant and asked for Interpol for help in detaining President Trump and dozens of others it believes carried out the U. S drone strike that killed a top Iranian general in Baghdad. According to a prosecutor in Tehran, who was quoted by the state run higher in a news agency Monday, the prosecutor said Iran is asked Interpol to issue a red notice for Trump and 35 others. Interpol later said it wouldn't consider the request, meaning the president doesn't face any danger of arrest. US official also dismissing it as a propaganda stuff that makes Iran Foolish

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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump

"Tehran once President Donald Trump arrested and is asking for international help Charles Dillon Desmond has more A local prosecutor says Iran has issued an arrest warrant on his ass in Interpol for help in detaining Donald Trump on dozens of others it believes carried out the drone hit that killed an Iranian general in Baghdad. The official says Trump on the other's face murder and terrorism charges over the January 3 strike, while Trump faces no danger of arrest. The charges underscore the heightened tensions between Iran and the U. S. Since the president withdrew America from Tehran's nuclear deal with world

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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump, requests Interpol's help

Curtis Sliwa

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump, requests Interpol's help

"Has issued an arrest warrant for president trump for killing their general member soul Amani and they've actually issued a red notice on to Interpol which basically is like it's basically a request for law enforcement all around the world to arrest the person pending extradition that's just what they can good luck with that knock themselves out by the way you run now suffering a second wave of coronavirus infections that country has been devastated by the first wave so we'll see how they hold up but Hey you know the issue a warrant for president Donald Trump go ahead knock yourself out see if there are any countries that will actually move on

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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump that Interpol rejects

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump that Interpol rejects

"There's an arrest warrant out for President Trump. It was issued by Iran related to the death of their top general Qasem Soleimani. He was killed in a drone strike in Baghdad last January. Iran and its allies condemned the strike is an assassination. Trump administration viewed Sulamani as a ruthless killer responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Americans. Iran has also asked Interpol to take action. In this case, it's unlikely that Interpol will grant that

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The AI Priorities of the United States - with Lynne Parker

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

09:52 min | 5 months ago

The AI Priorities of the United States - with Lynne Parker

"This is Dan Fidel and you're listening to AI and business podcast as most of your aware our work here to merge artificial intelligence research is primarily with large private sector clients onto that is in financial services. You hear US talk about insurance and banking a lot because those happened to be the industries that hire us for our AI. Opportunity landscape work but one of the more fun. Parts of the job is being able to bring to bear knowledge about the Roi in various sectors to the public sector into intergovernmental organizations. We've been honored to speak at the United Nations about deep fakes to speak about the future of a cybersecurity and surveillance at Interpol and for this particular event for this interview this week at the OECD's headquarters in Paris for their opening of their CD A. I. Policy Observatory which is a fascinating. Project will cover in more depth in future interviews our guest this week our honored guest this week. I should say a proper government. Role is Lyn Parker. Lyn Parker is a PhD from MIT in Computer Science. Who teaches at the University of Tennessee and she is the deputy chief technology officer of the United States of America. No INSIGNIFICANT ROLE. Lindh sat down to talk about what the United States is doing about. Ai At a national level. There's a lot of interesting work if you go to a Ai Dot Gov you can actually learn more about what? The United States is doing with artificial intelligence but Lynn soda boils down. What are the national priorities here? What are the directions? Were moving in. What's the progress we've made as a nation And what does that mean for? The future of artificial intelligence in the investments there in a fascinating interview and it was excellent to be able to sit down with Lynn. And really get the details in. This interview is made all the more relevant by the fact that the private

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Why Do Cars Have Alarms If We Ignore Them?

BrainStuff

05:00 min | 7 months ago

Why Do Cars Have Alarms If We Ignore Them?

"Mark lives in Chicago and loved his nineteen ninety nine. Honda Civic hatchback. Thieves loved it too apparently late nineties. Civic is worth far more than its blue book value in parts alone. Multiple people have pulled up next to him at stop lights and offered to buy a hatchback on the spot. Maybe should've taken them up on the offer. The first time his civic was stolen the cops quickly recovered it a few blocks away. The second time mark wasn't so lucky. He went out to search for the car himself and founded about a mile from his apartment under an overpass stripped of its engine and missing the entire front paneling. Now mark takes the train mark. Civic didn't have a car alarm because like most of us he assumed that alarm where waste of money if you live in a big city falsely triggered car alarms ours communist pigeons and just as annoying blaring car alarm in. Chicago barely raises an eyebrow. There's even a name for it alarm fatigue but does our collective disdain for car. Alarms mean that they aren't effective. We spoke with Christmas. Goey security consultant of thirty three years and host of the podcast crime school. He admits that we all have alarm fatigue to some degree but thinks that alarms still have their place. He said car thieves will tell you. They don't like the noise. They don't like the attention that it draws but it depends on the quality of the car thief. If it's just an amateur car thief the alarm goes off. They're gone to that extent. They work professional car thieves on the other hand. Don't even worry about alarms. Mcgowan says the pros can either disable the alarm quickly or use a number of tactics including dummies keys and tow trucks to circumvent the alarm system altogether. According to Interpol the international law enforcement organization car-thefts worldwide can be divided into two distinct categories widely available older cars. That's quantity and higher end and luxury cars. That's quality marks ninety nine civic fits squarely in the quantity category the type of car. That's irresistible to young street level car. Thieves parts for older widely available. Cars are in high demand plus most cars built before the year. Two thousand can still be hot wired. Mcgaughey said the old cars are a piece of cake. Modern cars all the keys have a chip built into them. That chip has to be married up to the ignition. You can't go in there and break off the steering wheel column like you would in the old days. The CAR WON'T START IF LOW LEVEL CAR. Thieves are more likely to be spooked by car alarms. Then it's worth figuring out if your car is attractive to low level car thieves. I check if your car is one of the ten most stolen in America. That's a sure. Sign your quantity category according to low Jacks Two thousand sixteen vehicle theft recovery report. The most stolen makes models are behind a civic and accord Toyota Camry and Corolla the Chevy Tahoe and Silverado the Nissan Ultima Cadillac Escalade Ford F to fifty and the ACURA INTEGRA. Again older model years are the easiest to swipe and have the highest demand for parts. Mugabe's rule of thumb is quote. Look at the most popular cars today. They'll be the most stolen cars in the country ten years from now another hugely important factor is where you live according to statistics from the FBI and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Big cities routinely have the highest total number of car thefts. But that's because there are lots of cars in big cities a more useful. Statistic is car thefts per capita in that category. California is king. California is home to eight of the ten metropolitan areas with the most cars stolen per person in Twenty fifteen Los Angeles held the title for the most car stolen nationwide fifty two thousand five hundred fifty nine but these smaller central valley cities of Modesto Bakersfield and Salinas had far greater rates per capita. Another perhaps expected capital of car. Theft is Albuquerque New Mexico number two in the country for stolen cars per resident. There might be a simple explanation for this geographical clustering of theft rates. According to a twenty twelve reports from the Department of Justice. One third of all cars stolen in the US were stolen from four states. California Arizona New Mexico and Texas. That's because there's a lucrative trade in stolen cars and parts directly into Mexico. Although the smuggling rings are operated by large criminal organizations the report concluded that the cars themselves are mostly stolen by juveniles. So if you drive a popular car that's more than decade old and you live within a few hours drive of the border. It's probably worth investing in a highly visible alarm system. The flashy decals alone might be enough to deter thief scanning the aisles in the mall parking lot but if a car alarm does go off near you you shouldn't go investigate unless you're Blah enforcement or security personnel. It's their job to investigate. Alarms not bystanders.

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We Are Now the AI in Business Podcast - An Update From Dan

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

09:21 min | 7 months ago

We Are Now the AI in Business Podcast - An Update From Dan

"I'm going to be breaking down why we're changing the name. What's been new with us here at emerge and what's coming up to give you a little bit of a preview of where we're headed wanted to be able to serve do justice to our longtime listeners and give a sense of where we're going and how their feedback has played into Where we're design a focus. Things moving forward so I'll be quick here over the course of the last two to three years. We've seen a lot of growth in the show we went from somewhat middling downloads with Ai. Not being nearly as popular to over the course of the last three years growing upwards of sixty thousand downloads in a given month which for a business show is quite a lot. We don't really attract engineers attract kind of techies. We attract functional business leaders. And it's tough to actually get that critical mass so we're really grateful to have the listeners. We have but we're changing things up a bit. Who served decided so in terms of what you're GONNA learn in this little short session here with me. I'm going to be covering three main topics I serve. Why the Name Change? What's new? What's coming up etc? What's new at emerge so in other words? Serve what we've recently focused on as well as where we're headed in the future. And then lastly we kind of wrap up with getting a little bit of your feedback at the end if you'd like to send some along to me We happened here from our folks where longtime listeners. So we'll talk first about the name change of the program so the show for years now has been called. Ai Industry that's been intended to be a broad name. For sort of any given industry could be banking. It could be manufacturing. It could be whatever the case may be but we find that the term a industry has connotations that time more to heavy industry time more heavy equipment etc now we have plenty of listeners from financial services that's our main sector banking insurance investing wealth management. The these are the folks that listened to a lot but the connotation would be a look at the show from the outside is that we're GONNA be talking every episode about oil and gas and about trucking and about manufacturing because industry often implies those kind of terms so really. The show is a in business. This is a program for business leaders who do not know how to Code but they need to marshal artificial intelligence to leverage artificial intelligence to drive results in the bottom line. They're not here to learn. Coding they're not here. Learn theory the her to learn about the real precedence of USA and how they can leverage that in their own businesses meant so a in business. We just felt as a more apt name for the show. Some of our listeners agreed and so we decided. Okay we're going to actually do the name change so this is now the AI in business podcast in terms of the actual focus. We're going to keep things the way they've always been in other words. We're going to appeal to business leaders. That could be. Vp's executives managers could even be consultants that are working within the enterprise or mid sized companies. Folks who are leaders of digital transformation leaders of change who need to marshal ai to make a difference in their business so when we talk about topics that's going to mean it's going to be use cases diving into different individual sectors. It's going to be best practices for adopting a I for finding R. Y. OF AI. And it's going to be real stories of actually leveraging the technology within a company and figuring out what's hard what's easy. What are the trends that matter? So if you're interested in use cases discovering basically what's possible and what's working with a across businesses in addition to the best practices for making it work. This is going to be the show tune into. That's been our value prop for a while and I think we're GONNA be doing a better job of at this year's we bring on a really strong cadre of guests in Twenty Twenty. I'm very excited about our guest lineup. In the next two to three months we've got some big names in the in the hopper as well which. I'm sure you'll be hearing about once. There live on the program rather than doing month long themes for I am business. We're going to be doing shorter. Individual episodes about different topics keeping things. Different keeping the variety up. So if we have a bunch of episodes within let's say banking fraud or compliance and we do a lot in financial services here instead of having them all in a row for a month. We'll kind of sprinkle them intermittently amongst other sectors looking at other best practices other trends are other aspects of AI. So we want every week to be a little different a little interesting a different kind of guests different kind of topic. Sue people really get a good S- play of what's happening with artificial intelligence across sectors and how they can leverage themselves so that's another change will be doing moving forward. I think people really liked the variety. That's been the feedback we've gotten and so we're GONNA be doing it better than ever and in fact I think for some of this year we're going to be doing two episodes a week because some of you had asked for that as well in terms of what's new here at emerge so little quick update on what's happened recently and then where we're headed here just as a company just updating you our loyal listeners last year was pretty exciting year for us so a couple of big things happen there. We've increasingly become more involved with the large intergovernmental organizations last year. We presented our research on deep fakes. Some of you familiar with fakes. Basically taking somebody's face making them say or do something that they never did using artificial intelligence to programmatic generate. Someone's face moving or someone's voice. We presented our research on deep fakes at the headquarters of the United Nations last year presented some of their counterterrorism events as well and presented our research on a in the life sciences sector for the OECD down in Mexico City. In addition to presenting an Interpol World Interpol world is the largest police in law enforcement. Serve event for the international community. It's run by Interpol which is the intergovernmental policing organization. We presented our works on deep fakes. They are as well. In addition to that we've continued to focus on our research work with enterprise so last year was year of really seeing kick up. A lot of that work has been with big banks with multibillion dollar insurance companies with players and financial services but some of it has been in other sectors in professional services in life sciences and other sectors as well the commonality is working with businesses. Who essentially are aiming to make better fruitful use of artificial intelligence in their company and they need to know the current precedence of. Roi Within the field. And that's essentially where our research comes in so this year were served doubling down on what we've been called upon not only speaking at presentations but for our client work in the past. Let's say eighteen months and really focusing their so. We've titled Our what was previously called our AI capability map research. We've we've titled our AI. Opportunity Landscape Research. We've improved the process. We've broadened out what we look at and really the focus is three things so when you think to yourself what has emerged do ultimately what we do is three things we help. Companies develop or validate a winning strategy. We help companies pick the right high. Roi Projects of finding low hanging fruit. That's going to be a win. And we help. Companies pick the right vendor for their particular needs. This is essentially where our work comes in and some of you have already seen the video. You can actually go to E. M. E. R. J. DOT COM Slash A. O. L. That's a opportunity landscape so emerged. Dot Com slash. Ai Aol you can watch a two minute video on what? Our research process is with this sort of updated process. Actually looks like in terms of the research deliverable you can see that emerged. Dot Com slash. Aol But the basic gist here is. We're taking really what our strengths are in. Our strengths are mapping the vendor use cases of AI within a given sector of the total vendor use case could be companies in Europe and the United States etc and looking at their various capabilities. And then doing the same thing with the enterprise. Let's say we're talking about insurance looking at Geiko looking at all state looking at the global top. Fifty insurance providers. Asa and mapping where they're a investments are mapping they're known use cases these level of traction of their various use cases and being able to use both of those sets of data that is to say the startup landscape and the enterprise landscape to find. Where is the evidence of our? Why where are the ease of deployment in terms of AI? Applications with our own proprietary scores? Here it emerged. That's exactly what we do. We look across both landscapes. Look at all the vendor providers. All the enterprise folks and get a sense of where is their current adoption now. Where's the evidence opportunity for us to drive our whereas at Roi already happening by really layering data on those key questions of where the Roi is? We can present a visual map to clients and essentially allow them to make smarter decisions. Moving forward advise them in recommend where to go. What COMPANIES TO PICK? What initiatives are going to be quick winds on informing that strategy moving forward? And so. That's the crux of our work against the bulk of last year's work that's why we were called upon by the bigger organizations and that's why we did our work in the private sector this year. Were only doubling down there so many of you already read the content at emerge dot com. Because you wanNA understand what's possible and what's working the Iowa services essentially the very high level version of that it's the version of that that allows companies to truly inform their strategy to back their suppositions with data and to be able to move forward with data back confidence when it comes to where they're investing their dollars and how they're going to compete in the market when it comes to leveraging artificial intelligence

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Payments & Voice with Peter van der Does of Adyen

The Voice Tech Podcast

03:09 min | 9 months ago

Payments & Voice with Peter van der Does of Adyen

"Let's move onto the topic of voice payments then I know the idea doesn't handle voice. Payments directly rightly by. Did want to ask you because you're an expert in the whole payments industry. What your thoughts around voice payments are you excited about it in any way? Do you think it helps the potential due to offer some kind of benefit to the ecosystem at the moment. So let's go one step back wide. Do people talk suddenly about a second factor authentication. It's because calls. There's a new European regulation PhD to Behmen Service Directive and that the second version And it says you need to do strong a small education and that means that you cannot just fill out your credit card details and you're done that needs to be a second factor and the second factor or whatever payment method. You use credit cards. What what could he? Second factor be in good B.. A Pin Code. Nick could be your thumb and being recognized by biometrics it could also be a voice right and As it turns out voice is a very exact way to detect. If you really are who you say you are Niger level but also by Interpol by the accent and it's really accurate and it's fight easy because everybody is interested in. How do we make sure to second factories and done in such a way that it doesn't impact version that people don't stop because you need a car reader? Enter cottages. More friction generates code to enter the code. That's way too much. Friction sure voice could be low friction but we wouldn't develop it. We make sure for merchants that if a bank has for example homemaking so you you want to pay with home-banking then it says identify yourself you too high. Despite her sees it's me and then it's authenticated that would be the bank who have the has developed the voice recognition system implemented something and we would make sure for our merchant run smoothly and the interrupt with attraction is is you provide the infrastructure that would pass with indication's arm and will too big theme. There is when is it needed unless mold ask for third authentication engage needed for that transaction. Newt selectively where needed right. I mean in the case of the delivery drivers the example you gave us before you're issuing them with a mobile APP with the virtual card installed on at do they also have to have a pin for the second second factor in that case because they've got the phone always the phone itself. The second factor phone itsel deregulation or not really standard usually. It's the phone is the second factor because you can unlock the phone. And then you can play with it okay. So in that case voice wouldn't necessarily add anything new but that's a user case where you are physically present and online where you have to pay into. Yes it's me. That's a typical user case. Brian Okay have any customers been asking about voice payments on their radar in order to issue a huge theme and we solved for a framework. That is very easy to heartiest do anything And and then there too complained so it gators for all of those ways of second factor. But I haven't seen a bank yet mid it could be there but I myself have never seen a a payment methods which did moment requires voice

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Fugitive serial killer who fled to Mexico now back in Dallas

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Fugitive serial killer who fled to Mexico now back in Dallas

"Men the police call a serial killer busted and now back in North Texas Dallas police say they arrested Jose some pointers back in two thousand three for the murder of a woman he posted bond and went to Mexico while he was on the run police discovered his DNA connected him to two cold case murders from nineteen ninety eight last April he was located in the Waverly on Mexico police worked with the FBI the district attorney's office and Interpol on the case he was escorted back to North Texas this weekend transferred to Dallas police

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Fugitive ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn blasts Japanese justice

America's Morning News

02:35 min | 9 months ago

Fugitive ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn blasts Japanese justice

"X. Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn describing his arrest in Japan is a plot against him declining to reveal details of how he was smuggled to freedom in Lebanon telling a news conference in Beirut yesterday his detention conditions were a travesty against human rights his extended comments to the media worst first remarks since his arrest in Japan in November of twenty eighteen and defense attorney Todd Simon told CNBC Ghosn chose the eleven on it for a good reason and it appears that he chose quite correctly for a number of reasons one there is no extradition treaty between those two countries and because of that that gives you some a a degree of safety but moreover Lebanon also protects its own nationals of which he is from extradition so on those two base words he has significant safety to remain in Lebanon I would add a curiously I'm sure Japan is going to do everything they can to try to get him back with Japan's own internal laws protect their nationals from being extradited so if the shoe was on the other foot Japan in all likelihood will not give up it's national so he has chosen quite correctly no lawyer would be part of any escape plan and I'm concerned about that the search of his attorneys offices which you just reported by Ted how how how would you okay if if you don't believe any lawyers were involved in this whatsoever how how could something like this have happened well he clearly had assistance I doubt he would be able to manage all this on his own there were back to that one twenty individuals involved and they they were traveling in and out of Japan in this sort of ocean's eleven style plenty for six months or something of that sort yeah I would I would await the weather not there's any evidence of this that audio I courtesy of a C. N. B. C. it Goans at during escape really embarrassed Japanese authorities after he skipped bail and managed to flee the country despite surveillance has still a Lebanese officials as prosecutors have issued a travel ban of four donate follows an interrogation related to an Interpol issued red notice that the non binding request a law enforcement agencies worldwide that they locate and provisionally arrest a fugitive so wild cone chose eleven on strategically that he may not be out of the woods yet as far as escaping

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Lebanon receives Interpol notice for ex-Nissan fugitive

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Lebanon receives Interpol notice for ex-Nissan fugitive

"Who vape will simply shift to using menthol if it remains on the market e cigarettes are battery powered devices that typically heat of flavored nicotine solution into an inhalable Arizo? They've been pitched to adults as less harmful alternative to traditional cigarettes but there is limited data on their ability to help help. Smokers quit even with the exemption for products. Sold vape shops industry advocates were not happy with the restrictions Gregory Conley if the American vaping Association Association said Narrower Flavor Options for jewel and similar devices will result in more adults smoking Interpol issued a wanted notice yesterday. For former Nissan champion Carlos gone

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Lebanon receives Interpol arrest warrant for ex-Nissan boss Ghosn

Michael Medved

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Lebanon receives Interpol arrest warrant for ex-Nissan boss Ghosn

"Interpol has an arrest warrant out for former Nissan executive Carlos Ghosn who jumped bail in Japan and fled the Lebanon and the double bass case rather than face trial on financial misconduct charges BBC correspondent Lena same job reports on gone statement seeking the distances Lebanese wife and family from any role in his escape Khan is going is a man in demand he remains out of sight but in his first public comments since his flight from Japan he has told his quest speculation that his family helps him leave the country such reports he said what force just days after the initial reports of his dramatic escape from Japan when he was under strict surveillance more details have emerged of how he reached Beirut and who may have helped him his flight has led to multiple investigations the latest in Turkey where the authorities say he stopped briefly on route to the Lebanese capital gone who grew up in Beirut as a national hero to many in Lebanon with close ties to senior

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Interpol issues wanted notice to Lebanon for Carlos Ghosn

AP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 9 months ago

Interpol issues wanted notice to Lebanon for Carlos Ghosn

"Interpol issued a wanted notice for former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn who showed up in Lebanon after fleeing Japan to avoid trial I'm financial misconduct charges the noticed is the latest twist in going to escape which spanned three continents and involved private planes multiple passports and international intrigue Turkey made several arrests today as part of its investigation into how go on passed through that

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Carlos Ghosn says family played no role in escape from Japan: statement

Bloomberg Markets

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Carlos Ghosn says family played no role in escape from Japan: statement

"You Paul Carlos Ghosn says his family played no role in his escape from Japan in emailed statement the former Nissan and Renault chairman says media reports his wife Carol and other family members helped him are false in his words I alone organized my departure gone is in Lebanon after fleeing Japan by way of his temple Interpol has issued a warrant for his arrest in that could set up a legal action in

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Lebanon receives Interpol notice for ex-Nissan fugitive

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Lebanon receives Interpol notice for ex-Nissan fugitive

"OO for an Interpol is issuing an arrest warrant for former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn officials in Lebanon have yet to referred the red notice to its judiciary going to flood Japan earlier this week after being charged with financial wrongdoing there is no extradition treaty between the two countries in the past Lebanese officials have confiscated passports and said bill for citizens who have been tagged by Interpol going head in a large musical instrument box to escape Japan from a private airport he forfeited a fourteen million dollar

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Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Nissan ex-chair

Glenn Beck

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Lebanon receives Interpol wanted notice for Nissan ex-chair

"Turkish media says of sorties have detained seven people as part of an investigation into how former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn fled to Lebanon from Japan via is stand bowl the international police organization Interpol wants to talk with go on officials in Lebanon say they've received an Interpol arrest warrant for going into full house issued a red notice and we heard that from the Lebanese justice minister saying that they have received it what we don't know at this point is what country requested that red notice and those notices basically alert international law enforcement and that they are looking for a

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"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Interpol such that when they issued a diffusion it would be reasonable for the government of Spain to pick up Bill Browder in a hotel. Well, I guess what? I would need to see is is me. And in the fifty other people, I know who are not criminals who are on the red notice system to have those red notice all deleted, not not by INTERPOL. But Russia, so that we don't I constant flow people coming to my office who have INTERPOL red notice from Russia who are activists and agitators and political opponents. Who shouldn't be having to come to my office to talk to me about this stuff and Russia will abuse whatever system they have access to to its maximum possible advantage. And so j goes points are all beautiful in theory. And and Jayco deserves huge credit for for this for the rule of refugees. Asylum-seekers not being under blinding. That's his singular accomplishment. But well that's been done. I'm still fighting the seventh red notice from Russia. The seventh. I'm communicating with the commission for the control of files where Misra Dov who has been my pursuer is on the commission. It's just I mean, what what whatever the theory is. I'm right at the coalface at ain't workin. So both of you have alluded to this leadership election that happened last year in which a Russian law enforcement official was almost but wasn't a named to head INTERPOL that actually strikes me as sort of major vote of no confidence in the institution that that could have even come close to happening under the circumstances. And so Bill how pad was it? It was it was it was shocking story in an involve most me and Jay go. So Jake was the one who's who was who knew about it. I, and it was I think the election was going to be happening on Wednesday. And I I got an Email from Jay go on the Friday before the Wednesday thing Bill you wear that that a a Russian is the front runner for the presidency of INTERPOL and had no idea in north of the rest of the world have any idea, and it was and so it was one of these things where whatever's going on inner poll as Jagos there's no there's no transparency at all. And so I started calling around some journalists started calling around some other Russian dissidents and everybody was in shock, and and the way I imagined this, and I can't say for sure because I wasn't there. But, but this was how Russia was dealing the INTERPOL the same way as they deal with the with fee for the Football Association with the International Olympic Committee, which is they were going around with the lips of cash giving the guy from the Central African Republic, or you know, were Angola, you know, five thousand bucks to vote with with Russia and with Jay go in myself, and I got Mikhail Khodorkovsky involved we held a big press conference. We all started to alert the world in different policymakers in politicians got involved. They said interpose gonna be run by Russian. Lithuanian government, our parliaments if if if intervals can be run by Russian than we don't want to be members of INTERPOL anymore. And I think that that there was so much outrage around the western world. That over the course of five days Russia, which had I think locked it up lost their lockup. And thank God. The South Korean candidate was elected. But had Russia. I mean, I don't think INTERPOL would have survived that as an institution. If a Russian was was the president of INTERPOL Jada, go was was was it less bad than that in any way? I mean, if you're somebody who is going to be who is trying as you are to make the case for the non-exclusion of countries like Russia, and sort of keep them in the tent. This must have been like the worst case scenario for you. Right. Yeah. But I mean, we were hugely concerned because into pull has been making some changes that have been support for the continued reform. So the idea of having a Russian delegate leading the organization was a huge concern too. So well, then we wouldn't advocate for suspension of Russia's a country..

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"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"So that so that it can't be abused by these criminals and Jacobs mentioning the country or EuroPol because people don't trust INTERPOL. Why should we? You don't just a system in INTERPOL where where it's it's it's rigorous where country like Russia uses it than they get suspended and the best way of being unsuspended is to behave themselves. I don't see how that's a bad thing. It's it's a it's a otherwise, there's there's absolutely no reason why any country will behave themselves unless there's real consequences for misbehavior. Okay. So Jayco the alternative in your mind to throwing the bums out is reform of the institution. Use use said earlier that there had been substantial policy changes Bill has raised a I think pretty strong prime officia concern that the implementation of those of those policy changes not all that encouraging how encouraged in your judgment, should we be by the combination of policy changes and implementation of policy change. By interpol. And when you say there is still a lot of work left to do. What's your sense of the scope of work? What would have to happen to make INTERPOL something that you could take back to Bill and say, hey, look, I, you know, I I know they issued seven read notices and diffusion orders against you. But we're actually in a different place. Now, I think the changes have been significant I think -nificant on paper and in practice. So I mean as Bill said most of the people that factuals represents people with with asylum refugees they've fled persecution. And the vast majority of the people that we've helped have benefited as a result of this new policy with an into poll the enables refugees to get removed from the system and not policies to be working very efficiently in most cases, people removed very quickly. Not some really significant change. They're all bets reviews. Read notices now on the redress mechanism the price you to complain is in the vast majority of cases, offering very effectively. So I think they all significant changes in terms of I think still needs to be done to protect system. Implementations a massive job actually, making sure that these existing rules. These rules are implemented properly being enforced requires a huge amount of work and into police still not putting enough manpower and resource behind doing these reviews of red before circulated across the globe. This body the commission for the control of into poll files that you complain to have a huge increase in the number of applications to get dates removed a huge increase from from, you know, around two hundred requests in two thousand ten to two thousand two hundred twenty seventeen and it still doesn't have anything. Like the resources that it needs. So I think we need to to see these existing rules implemented properly, we need a lot more transparency, we need a lot more transparency in terms of numbers and data which countries are abusing the system. I think I think we'll need to see that partly to see whether these reforms working, it's really understand how this this relatively secretive organisation. What I think compare s'il on key personnel. Roles before the potential Russian president was announced as the front runner for that role. At the end of last year Federal's written in pole saying it needs a much much more transparent an open process for pointing people to these roles unto roles on the CCF and that needs to involve evidence of the country that that representing abuse of the system's data on abuse of the system, but also information on on the individuals concerned so that can be proper global scrutiny. To make sure that the right people are being put into these important positions on this issue. Diffusions the that we've talked about the fact that countries seem to be able to get around the protections for read notes by using fusions. Instead that needs fixing we're being told now that that INTERPOL has implemented some new regime where doing the checks, but nobody's explaining clearly looks like, and we need we need we need robust prior scrutiny of of all the information centennial..

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"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"And so in theory INTERPOL shouldn't ever be used to have me arrested, but that has not stopped Vladimir Putin from using the INTERPOL system seven times, the first time was was in in may of two thousand thirteen after the Magnitsky act was passed INTERPOL about a week later ruled it to be politically motivated in hit admissible in came back again on the same case in July of two thousand thirteen again INTERPOL ruled inadmissible and on and on and on and on I was recently arrested in MADRID Spain in may of last year as I was going to the Spanish prosecutor on his invitation to give evidence about Russian organized crime in. Pain, and I was arrested before my meeting on a Russian INTERPOL arrest warrant and most recently in the last few weeks Russia has wide for the seventh time. And so what do you do in a situation like this? This is kind of like the United Nations where Venezuela and Saudi Arabia on the Human Rights Council. Here you've got Russia, which is a full full paying member of INTERPOL just repeatedly and continuously abusing the system, and it's a really bad situation in and I I've been lucky in the sense that I have I have very high profile the media's very interested in me. My case is very clear cut. But for every me who's well resourced high profile with great media coverage. There's many small human rights activists Justice activists environmental activists that don't have all the benefits that I have that are being chased up rounded up all over the world by Russia. Let me ask you about that. I mean, you know, your case has been. Very celebrated, and you know, Russia can be annoying and inconvenience you, but at the end of the day, you tweet out or send a message out that another red notice or whatever has gone out, and you know, the the world kind of mobilizes really fast. How much of this is a Bill Browder Putin problem, and how generalize -able is the problem? I e r u the tip of a very large iceberg, that's the visible tip. How many people are being oppressed by this sort of, you know, Toronto governments abusing the INTERPOL process. Well, the answer is many many many people come to me, and and Jay go who's on our who's with us today. Who's good friend is is in the business of helping out those people that don't have the same type of of profile that I do. And and he's got some unbelievable stories of. P of of people from Russia and from any other countries that that have this that are being chased by by oppressive dictatorial regimes. And I would say that Russia's probably one of the biggest abusers. But maybe not even the biggest abuser. I mean, I've heard these unbelievable stories about how Turkey is air to gone who's chasing up. Anybody who he doesn't like through INTERPOL is just issuing these read notices and diffusion notices like like candy. And so this is this is a major major problem. Many you only know about the ones, you know, about, but you know, the NS Kanter a Turkish basketball player who's living in the United States is on the INTERPOL system because he's criticized era gone where you have in Australia football player from Bahrain who is on the INTERPOL from Bahrain for for criticizing the government. He was arrested in Thailand you hear about the sports stars. You hear about the big hedge fund managers, but for everyone of us. Us that you hear about others..

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"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"interpol" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Regime commits murders. They do it in country. They do it outside the country. They do financial crimes criminal enterprise. And so it's effectively by allowing Russia to be a member of INTERPOL, you're allowing criminals to have access to your information. I'm Benjamin witness. And this is the law fair podcast, March sixteenth two thousand nineteen Bill Browder human rights campaigner fo of Ladimir Putin seems to get arrested whenever he travels abroad as a result of red notices and diffusion orders issued by Vladimir Putin through the INTERPOL police organization. These incidents have highlighted the abusive INTERPOL via thar, -tarian governments. And they raise a really important question. Should we be participating in an international police organization with governments that use that organization to harass and arrest their enemies on the show today, we have to really thoughtful people on this subject with somewhat different points of view, although a lot of common ground Bill Browder himself along with Jay, go Russell. The head of an organization called fair trials which has worked to reform INTERPOL and make it less susceptible to abuse. Bill argues for kicking the bums out having police cooperation only between countries that observe civilized norms of law enforcement. Jay, go makes the case for mending not ending an inclusive international police organization, it's a great discussion of a complicated issue. And it's our four hundred episode whether it's really are four hundred episode. We don't know, but we're calling it episode four hundred it's the law fair podcast episode four hundred Woohoo, Bill Browder and Jay go Russell debate INTERPOL, and authoritarian governments. So guys I want to start by just having you both lay out the parameters of the dispute what is agreed upon between you and what is not. Agreed upon so Bill give us the case against INTERPOL. And what is you know, what is the problem here? And then Alaska Jay, go to sort of give us which part of that he agrees with and which part of that he thinks is incorrect so INTERPOL is the international police organisation. It's inferior a quite useful and and positive contribution to society because the main purpose is to catch fugitives. If somebody let's say commits a crime in the United States, and then flees to Canada INTERPOL is supposed to catch them as they crossed the border or do various other types of things. And so it's a way for von force -ment to work together. Internationally to catch bad guys. The problem is that every country in the world, minus one or two is a member of INTERPOL and not every country in the world. Has the same standards of rule of law decency and honesty as as other country. And so I have a lot of personal experience with this. Because I have over the years become one of the prime enemies of Ladimir Putin. I became his enemy after my lawyer. Sergei Magnitsky was murdered. And I spent the next few years fighting for Justice for him, which led to something called the Magnitsky act, which Putin hates more than anything in retaliation for that. Vladimir Putin has used Interpal we're coming up now to the seventh time where they've tried to use the INTERPOL arrest warrant system, and there's several different types of restaurants show. Go into a second to have me arrested and INTERPOL in theory has a safeguard against this. I say in theory, which is a constitution, which says that countries shouldn't use inner bowl to arrest political opponents or. People for religious reasons or for military reasons, and Mike has been clearly defined as a political persecution case Vladimir Putin is clearly out to get me because of what I've done with the Magnitsky act..

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"interpol" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"interpol" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Now, it's like an FBI worrying, but before and every once in a while, you'll still see it like INTERPOL warning to copyright theft and piracy well, but yeah, apparently, they now are they've shut themselves of Nazis and have a third term secretary general who's busting pedophile 's name Stor damn. And did you pretty I think that's good. I'm saying, no, yeah. Yeah. They they've apparently tried to clean up their image a lot since those days is crazy, man. And you did you hear about the executive order Obama signed in oh nine it was pretty controversial among conservatives. Because. Little background, the international organization and immunities act in nineteen forty five was signed into law in basically that mitt the president could say certain organizations international organizations that worked in the US are exempted from certain things like taxes search and seizure laws and pretty much. Every president has said you can be a part of this like the Red Cross Reagan in one thousand nine hundred three included INTERPOL as part of that group songs like four different sections dealing with property taxes, social security, federal taxes customs duties and having property and assets searched and confiscated than an nine Obama said those four things now your immune from as well. So you have full immunity INTERPOL does in the United States from these things and conservatives got up in arms about you know. The fact that Obama had signed this. They tend to get up in arms about anything. Things like his his dinner checking, but then people rallied back and said, well, you know, I thought you wanted someone tough on crime, and he's basically saying INTERPOL has more rights to do their thing in the United States. So which way do you want it or do you just want to complain about everything he does? And the Obama administration said that you know, what this really didn't give them any more free reign than Reagan had already given them eighty three. It is sort of finished up what he started. So. Who knows regard, regardless of which side you sit on on the local Obama is the new Reagan the end. This is one of the coolest things I've said, no, I'll Chuck romburg. Andy has podcast. He does. I wasn't doing yesterday. I love it. It's funny, man. Could you not? Yeah..

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"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"And Michael are going to be the challenges is going to be facing. I mean, presumably the whole credibility of situation is is at stake. Now, I think that's right. And he's upset. Lutely right to say that the election is really a microcosm of of a much bigger challenge. Facing into bowl. And it's always been based on the idea of good faith cooperation between nations which still stands in cases. For example, earlier this year where Russia cooperated with Belgium to get the alleged leader of epic drugs cartel extradited to Moscow, and you know, that was an example of cooperation in legitimate criminal case. But clearly there is this massive political dimension. It's fed by other geopolitical rivalries between Russia and western countries and INTERPOL needs to work out. How he's going to handle that. I mean, they're responsive are is will we are forbidden by constitution to politicize anything that we do which in the narrow sense is true. But of course, it's probably not enough even this gravity of what's going on. And of course, as you mentioned in your intro. There's also the mysterious case of why this election was necessary tool, which was that the previous Chinese president had disappeared on the trip to. China and the Chinese authorities withdrew his into Pola credits and said that he was under investigation for corruption since when nothing has really been heard about his case. So again that also highlighted some of these concerns there's also a question about a lot of lawyers and others say about the transparency and nimble -ness of Interpol's procedures and a very good example of that is so called commission for control of Interpol's files, which is this quiz. I independent body which basically people have complaints about a red notice that they think has been issued wrongly against the more. They think INTERPOL holds inaccurate data the way they challenged that is by going through this commission. But this commission lawyer say is pretty slow in the way that it works. Indeed. If you look at the website says that in order to bring a challenge this commission, you have to do it by post to Leon which is where INTERPOL is based. And it seems on the face of it quite surprising that in twenty eight teen the requirement is to deliver. For the challenge by post, particularly when some of these events taking place in real time that people that arrest warrants could be enacted within hours, either by national law enforcement authorities who know that someone is in that country or indeed if that person is traveling whenever they cross the border. So in other words, the kind of pursuit of suspects that INTERPOL can help with often in real time. And yet the processes just don't see the the oversight and the checks and balances just don't seem designed to cope with that into Paul says it started some reforms continue to do. So it insisted addressing this. And I think that will be the big test. Now, people will be looking at going forward a real willingness to reform into pull from its members away. It's it's sued them. All right. You have a pretty loose and far reaching one is Asian. He knew that can help them chase. Whether they think is criminal and escaped the country. I think that's a very interesting point that you know, rather, let the United Nations. You have an organization in which all will almost all of the world's countries members. They're clearly going to be all kinds of frictions and disputes and factions and interests and so forth. And I think that what into poll needs to do and its members in their own interests is to perhaps try to separate out a bit and treat us to almost discreet questions will number one those the political disputes that we've talked about, and let's put those to one side moment. But then let's make sure that because of these political disputes, we don't destroy the very valuable legitimate law enforcement cooperation, everyone on all sides agrees that INTERPOL helps with and you know, it will be a terrible indictment. If the results of these disputes kind of pulling into Pol Pot was drug dealers and pedophiles and other criminals were more able to get away with that crimes. Well, that's really well summed up I guess the basic question is really can this institution work at. A time of rising geopolitical tensions. Thank you so much Michael and Henry, and that's it for this week till next week goodbye..

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"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"Of the Kremlin. After Sergei Mike meets ski accountant was beaten to death in a Russian jail in two thousand nine. This case Moscow has said this to Browder is wanted for questioning on suspicion of involvement in tax evasion and added new charges in the run-up to this into vote. Mr. Browder says that these are completely trumped up this persecution of in political persecution. And indeed he was briefly arrested in may and Spain Bill Browder when he was visiting actually to see the top Spanish anti-corruption prosecutor on the morning of the meeting Spanish police officers came to his tell to arrest him. They suggested that this was because into Paul request into Paul said that Mr. Bradley was not wanted in it system. So it appears that what might have happened is that there was a previous Russian request which had been cancelled by INTERPOL. But that it was still held on. The database of some member countries including Spain, and Mr. Browder says this is an example of why the system doesn't really work in the once a country has put something out even if it is deemed by INTERPOL to be political pursuits Nefer, not valid. It's very difficult to raise that request from the databases of the police forces all INTERPOL member countries, which now number one hundred ninety four so almost every country in the world. We how has this whole fair been perceived in Moscow, and why do that matters much from us not take takeover to tech the presidency of this institution leading up to the vote. The Russia was trying to down play the west criticism and saying that it was committee unwarranted yesterday. The Kremlin said that it was unfortunate that that kind of had triumphed in the election that they would continue to work in as I'd into pollen. They sort of important organization today, the Russian foreign ministry spokesperson, whereas Carver stepped up the responsibility. She's she called it an unprecedented disinformation campaign of precious launder an anti-russian frenzy by the US in principle against Russia to try to lobby other countries. She's call it a gross interference in the internal affairs of independent international organization, which positioned itself as politicized. And I think Russia is sort of feeling a little bit hurt by this in the last few days. Michael said, the US in particular. Mike Pompeo's active. State came out and declared his support for the South Korean candidate, which is not standard procedure for countries to endorse other candidates like that this plays into a much bigger story that which is about Russian perception of self in world affairs. They see themselves still as a major global player and a country that should be allowed to throws way to run an organization such as into we've seen the way that they responded to Trump's decision to withdraw from the treaty in much the same way Russia being a little upset ego bruise that other countries don't see it anymore as a major player don't trust it. If you like to handle Asian such as INTERPOL, and Moscow has also criticized the western countries for abusing the institution. Right. They've criticized the role of the UK in chasing after the two Russian suspect in the poisoning attempt in the UK. That's correct. I mean as Michael was saying there's been a to control over these red notices and the idea that Russia in particular rusher over the last decade, but increasingly over the last five years or so. Mr. Procacci as the head of Russia's INTERPOL office stepping up this campaign of does is to try to put pressure on Russian dissidents, people that the Kremlin considered to be enemies of the states, and in response to the western criticism of them Moscow said well, you guys do it too. You're going after people in our country, and you're using INTERPOL in a political way to try to reach your ends. I mean, this is probably a struggle. It's going to continue way pasta selection. This will not be the end of it. How into Paul restructures itself or looks into these retinal disease, and how countries can abuse use the system, I think is is a much deeper question. And I think in many ways, this this election has opened a little little bit on how this all works. Exactly. So I mean, this New South Korean President Kim Jong, and we know a little bit more about him..

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"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"Hello, welcome to weld weekly with me. And then Sheni in the show this week. We'll be looking at INTERPOL the global police body the has elected its new chief you should eat. So rather, discreet affair, but the international institution has been in the spotlight and the subject of much conservancy in the past week after his president rather his former president Mang Homeway vanished after landing in China. It's appeared that he had been detained by Chinese authorities on suspected corruption and that yawn based institution was quite passive about it it accepted his resignation without doing much fuss about it. And then it appeared that Russian INTERPOL VP Alexander Poku cook was the front runner for replacing him which also caused a bit of stuff. Joining me in the line to discuss all of this from Moscow is Henry Foy the FTC's Moscow bureau chief and on the line from Brussels, Mike appeal all diplomatic editor, Michael. Everybody that Alexander poke up Chook was going to be elected. But that didn't happen. Can you explain why this hasn't been the case in why it caused such STA it was a story? And so then that broke quite late in into all had his general assembly Dubai where this was coming up, and it was really just in the days before that attention focused on the fact that there were there were really only two candidates who had a chance the Russian nominee a- as you say and Kim Jong who is another also vice president of of INTERPOL from South Korea and really came to a head twenty four hours before the vote when suddenly western countries led by a US and the UK amounted very explicit campaign to get Mr Kim, the South Korean candidate elected into towards the Russian candidate the Russians responded by saying that this was an unwarranted attempt intervene in the election. So it all go pretty bitter and turned into a kind of proxy for for much bigger. Geopolitical. Struggles. And in the end, Mr Kim this Korean candidate came out triumphant. I think that, you know, be interesting questions as go back and look at exactly why that happened. But there was clearly lobbying an quite intense lobbying going on in the hours and days before the vote. How do you explain that? There was such a backlash. Why people were worried all of a sudden that a Russian executive would take over the presidency of this institution. Well, the point about INTERPOL is that the candidates are standing as nominees over governments and what Mr. Procup jokes candidacy of from Russia really brought to a head was a much bigger battle over the soul of INTERPOL. If you liked there's a constituency of critics, which includes some in western governments, but also include rights groups, and others who say that the global please body is being manipulated by authoritarian states, including Russia in other words, those states have worked out that it's a very. Useful tool because it's a global hub for information exchange in so countries can fly to have arrest warrants issued by so-called red notices or they can go even more directly and send out so called diffusion orders directly to INTERPOL members to ask for he pool. They want to tug it to be arrested. And obviously, this has many legitimate uses and nobody disagrees that INTERPOL plays a very important role in breaking up, the drugs networks, paedophile networks and so forth. But what the critics say is that it is also open to this kind of political abuse. And that the number of these requests interaction has soared over the next few years, some of the Russian dissidents were caught in INTERPOL controversy vite, can you give us a few examples of what happened to them? Well, the most high profile case is probably that of Bill Browder who is a financier who has become a leading critic.

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"interpol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do. No matter how good your cases. And the ninth circuit is really something. We have to take a look at after issuing others such veiled threats Trump concluded this way. It's a disgrace. What happens with the night circuit? We will win that case in the supreme court. Indeed, he might well, prevail. When the case gets to the supreme court by chief Justice Roberts has never responded to any president so directly and publicly before he clearly wanted to send a counter message to Trump's when that's measured in tone. But firm as to the concept of judicial independence. Trump didn't take the hint within hours. He fired back tweeting. Sorry, chief Justice John Roberts. You do. Indeed, have Obama judges, and they have a much different view than the people who are charged with the safety of the country. Trump has long been quick to criticize judges whether those judges were involved in private lawsuits against Trump's business interests or ruling on admit. Restriction policies in two thousand sixteen candidate. Trump blasted judge Gonzalo Curiel who is presiding over a lawsuit against Trump university. Trump publicly derided Curiel as biased incorrectly calling the Indiana. Born judge a Mexican here is on CNN talking to Jake tapper in June of two thousand sixteen he's a Mexican we'll build a wall between here in Mexico since then Trump has repeatedly scorn judges appointed by presidents of both political parties, he's even criticized the federal system of immigration judges calling it corrupt although the system is administered by his own Justice department, indeed when then supreme court nominee. Neal Gorsuch, privately told senators that such attacks are not good for the morale of the federal judiciary. Trump was reported to have considered pulling the nomination, Nina totenberg NPR news, Washington INTERPOL has a new president. That's the international body that works with police forces around the world a Russian official had looked to be the front runner. Elite INTERPOL, but human rights groups in diplomats objected to him. So today, the winner was announced South Korean Kim Jong Yong Louise, Shelley of George Mason University has been following all of this. She's an expert on transnational crime and corruption. Professor Shelley welcome to the studio. Delighted to be here. Give us just a brief sense of what INTERPOL actually does INTERPOL is not an international police force. It's more like a post office in which it helps administer police directives requests from other countries. But it also has house analysis and helps do operations against transnational crime. And how important is the question of who leads INTERPOL, it's important. There's a secretary general who is in charge of day to day administration. And then there's a president that's elected by the membership that helps set policy and hopes set the tenor of the organization. So if you have a president who comes from an Atari -tarian country like China as the recent last president was recently, arrested, president of INTERPOL, or the what was thought was the leading candidate who was Russian it could then help politicise and increase the abuse of INTERPOL that is already in existing and serious problem. Why didn't the Russian front runner get chosen? I think that there was all of a sudden realization at the last minute that this could have a very deleterious effect on international Justice. And that there are countries that might even remove themselves from INTERPOL as they did not want to be under Russian influence, and so all of a sudden after the news and the international community not paying enough attention to this. They all of a sudden woke up and started focusing on what the. Implications would be for the global community and for the global rule of law. I know there's been a lot of criticism of authoritarian countries using INTERPOL to go after their own internal dissidents. Does the fact that the South Korean leader was chosen rather than the Russian mean that that's less likely to happen? Absolutely. In the last few years, many red notices, which is the authority invested an INTERPOL to issue notices concerning extradition request for detention by other countries have gone through INTERPOL, originally, it was a small amount maybe a thousand a year, but this has blossomed in the last decade. And now, we're at over twelve thousand are there specific areas where you would like to see INTERPOL take more of an active role as it begins. This new chapter. There was certainly a lot that needs to be done to combat many forms of dark commerce, and these are. Trans-national crime concerning wildlife for which INTERPOL has not been sufficiently resourced, the sale of many counterfeits that are not just violations of intellectual property, but cause real harm to people's lives like medicine counterfeit electronics and car parts that actually kill people. So there are many kinds of transnational crime including cybercrime in which Interpal could play a very important coordinating role. How happy and surprised were you to see the outcome of this leadership election? I was very happy because I've been deeply concerned about this issue, which is in part why I wouldn't working for months on having very eminent people talk about this problem have read notices an INTERPOL abuse. That's going on transnationally. But it's also having affect. On the United States as we do not recognize how much the powers of INTERPOL have been abused by thorough. -tarian state professor Louise, Shelley directs the terrorism transnational crime and corruption center at George Mason University.

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"interpol" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"If he wins would Russia try to arrest. More Kremlin, critics or access sensitive law enforcement databases, a group of US senators warn a Russian heading into pole would be like putting a FOX in charge of the henhouse c as Matthew chances live in Moscow Matthew is there an organized effort to stop this Russian from winning. Tomorrow's election. The Sutton is some kind of way US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has has led that charge throwing his white behind. The siphon side Korean candidates for the INTERPOL presidency and also Kremlin critics of cool spin up in arms. There's widespread concern that country like Russia that has been so routinely accused itself of violating international law could be could be out for a job like this. I was you know, Russia has used into poll specifically to harass and to pursue its opponents of brood. It's an election that's causing concern around the world. This is the man tipped to be elected into polls next president and he's Russia. Choke. Most goes seniormost INTERPOL officials could be elected as early as this week to the top job would be an extraordinary coup for the Kremlin accused of flagrant disregard for international law. The use of chemical weapons on the streets in Britain to election meddling in the United States. You know, Putin letter a group of US senators say the election of a Russian would be like putting a folks in charge. If the hen house who level into pope helps law enforcement agencies around the world cooperate and coordinate. The critics say the agency has become a tool for the Kremlin to target. It's opponents abroad, the of quashing dissented hung, even the Russian environmental campaigners. We'll is these protests against the building of the highway through protected forest singled out into notice Moscow's request. To speed occasions. Just normally arrived in their poured checked in and that you hostile and the next morning five am the door open. Then this quote, a fun to tourists. Police rushed do. And local my name this from dissidents to activate the businessmen been talkative by Russia with the closest thing into Paul has an international arrest warrants. Critics of the into the Kremlin says you had Senate this public posing up. Chuck selection is an action meddling by the United States accusing accusa has become a favourite tactic has the Russian. US spoon. Businessman, Bill breida house himself in victim of that with PTSD targeted by INTERPOL red notice is he's Lewis gave Magnitsky died in Russian custody and Cashman nine in the financier attend. Kremlin critic campaign on punish those responsible. Brush night becomes the head of INTERPOL. He says new rules to prevent Russian pieces kmox team or if that's not possible, then has been Emerson was seeing. And I've seen a lot of noises over the last few days from politicians that it may be time to create a law enforcement international law enforcement body that just consists of of countries that have I'd by the rule of law. Well, last time the it's a poll elected president, they chose the full Machado any secret policemen. They could easily choose a Kremlin man this time. Jim back to you Matthew chance following that story for us in Moscow, which is going to be following closely tomorrow. To our politics lead. Now and President Trump going even further to bolster his unfounded claims of a dangerous invasion headed for the US. President sent to grant US troops the authority to use force if they need to to protect agents on the southern border and claiming without proof that hundreds of members of the migrant caravan are dangerous now, I understand they have five hundred people that have been designated as let's put it in a nice word criminals. And these are the people that are coming in. No, you don't have people coming in. Sita's Barbara Starr is live at the Pentagon president Barbara we heard the president make the same claims about criminals in the carrot caravan. The department of homeland security couldn't back up those claims, including talk of unknown middle easterners the whiff of terrorists at cetera. Are they offering any new proof? Now, they are not Jim. But what they are saying is they can't offer proof. They have to protect their sources. CNN has learned the.

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"interpol" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on KNSS

"To an agent today. S S news. Now at one o'clock. I'm Ted Woodward. Currently in Wichita, we have a gusty wind out of the south seventy three degrees. We're looking for a fourth six showers and thunderstorms in the forecast throughout the day. The Sedgwick county sheriff's department identified the man and woman in a murder suicide. This was late Saturday afternoon near derby near sixty third south in ninety nine east the victims identified as Kristen guile and Randy guile, both thirty three years old derby police and Sedgwick county sheriff deputies found three vehicles. When they arrived at that scene. Kristen and Randy guile were both dead at the scene and Kristen's father of fifty five year old man received minor injuries during the shooting. Detectives say they discovered that Randy shot his wife, Kristen and then shot himself. The sheriff's department says is investigation is still active. The head of the international police agency INTERPOL is now under. A criminal investigation himself telling needs authorities say that investigating the former head of INTERPOL Mang Hongwei for taking bribes. They didn't provide further. Details is not clear either. Whether these allegations are linked to things work into pole man, became president of the international policing agency back in two thousand sixteen the organization says he has now resigned the official allegations came to light shortly after means wife issued an appeal for help. She said her husband had gone missing after trip home from France to China. Interpol says it wasn't aware that it's leader was being investigated by Chinese authorities Mang has not yet formerly been arrested, although he is currently still in detention in London. Kitty, Logan, Fox News. Marijuana legalization is spreading now in Arizona. You can find a cannabis kitchen just opened up in Tempe. Arizona a new marijuana edibles kitchen. We have ten milligram.

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"interpol" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Surrounding the boss at INTERPOL, the international police organisation, he went missing last week in China Sunday came his sudden resignation now his wife says she. Last heard from him in a text message with a knife emoji. And the words wait for my call INTERPOL, president Mang Hongwei is no longer missing China confirms this detained him and he's under investigation for corruption. Mang was a senior security official in China before taking up his post with the international police agency man's wife reported him missing last week. He's the latest high profile disappearance in China. He joins a number of government officials billionaires and celebrities who recently vanished men has resigned from INTERPOL. Larry Miller CBS news to nonprofits playing the role of fixer uppers in Philly on Sunday. KYW's Justin Trudeau with the story for the last forty five years, Sylvia, Gino, he has lived in her home in the northeast section of Philadelphia. During that time, they were able to keep it in tiptop shape was a very handy, man. I always a pleasure fixing her husband passed away a few years ago in her physical health has not been the best. So she has not been able to keep up with maintenance and repairs like she would like the sidewalk is buckling. And it was putting a trip hazard for Mr. annoyed Sunday. Habitat for humanity. Jewish Federation of greater Philadelphia teamed up to work on Sylvia's, home and a half dozen others, Emily, Lucas with habitat says it's hard work, but they're happy to do it. This is a really fun extension of our larger mission to picture that everyone has a safe place. Sylvia says heavy people volunteered. Their time and help her makes her happier than she can express. I am allowing makes me feel very good Justin Trudeau KYW NewsRadio..

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"interpol" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Are there countries that you won't go to because you're concerned about INTERPOL. Yeah, I would say that most countries I won't go to basically any country that that doesn't have a rule of law. I won't go to in that's most countries in the world. So I'll travel to United States, Canada, you know, some of the big safe European countries, but I'll never go to. I, for example, I, I was invited by members of parliament in Italy about an Italian meniscus act about a month ago, and this was after the whole Madrid incidents in and the new prime minister of Italy is is a very pro-putin prime minister. And so I canceled that trip because I didn't wanna be pawn in some favor for Putin. Right. Did you assume that all of your communications are being listened to by the Russians? I assume so an an and in fact, the case can can you stop emailing me Bill. Well, I think that that you're, you're not on their party invitation list either. So. I don't think you have to worry in fact, for those listeners who don't know pre is on the anti the first person on the anti Magnitsky list that the Russians created after the mid ski list was formed. So you've got full validations. Although I will go to Italy, I will not go to Russia, but I will definitely go to Italy. The Turks may get you in Italy, so, well, you know, it's funny. I had this personal reason for being interested in the travails of you and Michael McFaul and others because there has been talk of trumped up allegations against me by Don in Turkey. And so I'm calling all business with INTERPOL very, very closely myself. Well, INTERPOL needs to be fixed it. There's a serious problem at INTERPOL, which is that dictatorships corrupt regimes have the same access INTERPOL as civilized countries and they use it to chase their enemies and and there's really effectively no consequence if they abuse INTERPOL it's entirely possible. And and even probable that this happens to Mike McFaul and Kyle Parker, and these. Other other people in in the US government, and it's entirely possible that that that the Turks can use it against you. And one of my the advocacy plans is to try to get INTERPOL reformed and so that these dictatorships can't abuse it because Interpol's a system that should work to catch fugitives. It shouldn't be used by criminal regimes to go after their enemies. If you need help on that, we should. Let's talk off, but don't Email me on on board with the reform of INTERPOL for those purposes. Well, we're almost at a time, so I want to ask you a couple of broader questions. What do you think is the outlook for Russia for Russian US relations for you know, the mission that you have with Magnitsky? What can we see in the future given the craziness? We've seen so far in recent times at Helsinki and other places. Let's start with the the, the disease diseases. Kleptocracy corruption Putin has stolen. A lot of. Money in effectively all the money from his people. So rushing people are angry in order for Putin to stay in power with a bunch of angry people. He's got to do two things. One is a deflect, the anger, and so he's creating problems all over the world. He's invading countries creating enemies. And the second is he's got to repress his people through dictatorship and both of those create their own set of problems because the west doesn't like him to create problems and they sanctioned him and by sanctioning him, it reduces the economics even further and by reducing the economics, even further he's gotta, then create more problems. Hooton is is never going to stop creating troubles in the west MRs gonna get worse and worse. And and while there may be this, this strange inappropriate cozy relationship between Trump and Putin. There isn't between anywhere else in America and Putin, and there is absolute seething anger rage among the. People in the congressional branch who are not gonna tolerate Putin in stuff, and they're not as outspoken, you might hope them to be not. Well, this is all just a brief moment in time..

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"interpol" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on Planet Money

"Death by helping to pass a law and the u s called the magnitsky act basically what the act does it freezes the assets of human rights violators like the ones responsible for saturday's murder so that's where we left the story when we did the podcast the summer since then it's gonna weirder right elsa it has i met with bill browder last week he told me he had been travelling the world trying to persuade different countries to pass their own versions of the magnitsky act to go after human rights violators everywhere and everything kind of came to a head in mid october when canada passed its own version of the magnitsky at just days after that happened browder tried to board a flight from london where he lives to new york he's now british citizen by the way and when he was checking in the airline would not issue him a boarding pass and he discovered his us visa was revoked and at that point i am i call up a friend who works in law enforcement nicely could you find out if i'm on the interpol list and sure enough on the same day that the magnitsky act was passed in canada the russians added me to the interpol most wanted list for the fifth time swim at the russians can just adds somebody to the list apparently i'm just extremely quickly interpol is this organization that is used all around the world to help countries find fugitives from the law but the problem is not all the countries that belong interpol put people on the list with the most noble reasons it can yet very political and there's no robust vetting process to figure out which people actually deserve to be on this most wanted list what was the russians justification for even asking for that well the past few times it has always been some form of tax evasion that's been alleged against browder but this time around browder says the russians really upped the ante so they've now accused me of being us.

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"interpol" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"In iraq and syria cannot leaf but did we know who who was on the convoy when it comes came to foreign vitamin was there any kind of diligence about who these people were so uh with the that particular convoy are there were those militaryage males that were screened are they were all of biometric lee enrolled in our database so the pictures were taken retina scans fingerprints had cetera so it's possible that it it in fact slightly than that intelligence organisations in europe no about some of these individuals if they are going to come into absolutely uh and that is actually one of the things is that the the global coalition is comprised of seventy countries and four international organizations one of those international organisations is interpol and they play a very vital role in sharing information across roldan and while we know right now is that they have a database of two twenty six thousand foreign fighter pro files serbian shearer throughout the world the white a point i was making at the beginning forty thousand fighters at at at the height of that power circle islamic state roughly how many nudging well right now we assess in it's an estimate that there or about three thousand a isis fighters that remain inside of iraq and syria they do not control any more territory they no longer can tax in in whole control over population centres they have really been relegated to a breaking off in a small groups and going to very inhospitable areas like the desert area between eastern syria in western so what happens now to the campaign among other still targets to be hit hard there are but there's no question that these the number of strikes that we provided during the major combat operations have a tailored off quit a bit i'll point to a new ever 26 was the first time in the threeyear campaign that there were no strikes in either iraq or syria so just goes to show that the the major combat operations the ability for the islamic state to operate as a quote unquote army has come to an end they've been militarily degraded but that threat still exists and they're still work to be done in order to to deliver an enduring and lasting defeat to dash 10 rhonda thank you very much it's.

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"interpol" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"Yes november eight 2017 and welcome to another edition of bite marks cafe where we serve you the first bite of today's science technology and innovation i'm bert long and i'm rhinos opera step in here from lauren premier know about the what's new with the entrepreneur's foundation of hawaii and then we'll hear from david water more from card accent brad wilcox from the uae school of medicine and we'll talk about the healthy ageing gene but first up let welcome lara in from the entrepreneur's foundation back to the show welcome back actually i think this is the first time i've been here really really really willing are such a big fan of ef way so i guess that's probably why we were we've just been infused with your spirit while i know we've had people come on in talk about interpol entrepreneur foundation but learn at ecorse where we had you on for some other things but that's okay we welcome you for the first time to bite marks caffey now entrepreneurs foundation spin around but tell us what the mission for entrepreneurs foundation is cher cher now and thanks for having me guys and so entrepreneurs foundation of horror of hawaii is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization and we have been around since two thousand three we are founded by john dean who is the executive chair of an cpb and our mission is to simply encourage enable and empower hawaii's entrepreneurs to do well to do good so what that means is business success can be so much more than an ankle it can be a tool to create positive change in the community.

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"interpol" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"interpol" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The indictment came will no longer have a preliminary hearing that will scheduled for monday w w wjr news time four thirty four the a global police agency interpol fears islamic state terrorists could be heading to europe to carry out bombings as revenge for military defeats in the middle east a list of a hundred in seventy three suspected isis fighters trained in willing to launch suicide attacks in europe has been circulated by interpol the guardian newspaper reports us intelligence picked up the information in iraq and syria the list includes the date each fighter was recruited their picture and last known address interpol says there's no evidence any of yet reached europe says country should be on the lookout and share information larry miller cbs news london w w j new it's time 435 the me is gonna be oh oh connecticut police say more than ninety people were hospitalized during a concert featuring chance the rapper i say many people were taken to the hospital for excessive drinking hartford deputy chief ryan foley says officers made fifty underage drinking referrals friday at ninety the three point seven hot jam concert at its finnity theater most of those charged were issued a summons to appear in court for me is gonna be w wjr news time four thirty six joanna mayo country singer scottie mccreary has been cited after authorities say he had a loaded handgun within rally durham international airport authorities told local media that they found a loaded ninemillimeter handgun in macree's backpack at a security checkpoint on july thirteen th he told authorities he had been at a firing range and forgot to take the gun out he was flying a nashville tennessee he did have a valid concealed carry permit but he was cited for concealed weapon permit violation and released on on the dash all over the play w wjr news time four thirty seven will come back and check your drive this morning t aground man carl eriksson progressive presents mindfloness.

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