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"immigration department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The mid teens then tomorrow night mostly cloudy as well below freezing Thursday another chance at a rebound portly partly sunny that is and low in the or actually a high in the low 40s I should say Once again 17 almost feels like zero this morning It's 5 45 I choose to name it I don't Give it up this is morning edition from NPR news I'm a Martinez And I'm Rachel Martin Novak Djokovic is allowed to stay in Australia and play in the Australian open at least for now This is after immigration officials pulled the tennis stars Visa last week following his arrival in country They said Djokovic who is unvaccinated against COVID does not qualify for an exemption to a rule that non citizens have to be fully vaccinated On Monday a federal judge overruled that move restoring his Visa but that may not be the end of the legal battle We are joined by Melbourne journalist Elizabeth kulas Elizabeth thanks for being here to help us sort all this out Thank you Rachel good to be here Okay what exactly did the federal judge decide So the ruling yesterday was not about whether the exemption that Djokovic had initially sought to come into the country It was not about whether that was valid or not That remains a kind of open question But yesterday's review was kind of more pressing This is was the decision to cancel Djokovic's Visa upon arrival into Australia Was that decision made fairly or not And the federal circuit court judge Anthony Kelly ruled know that it was not fair He's focused yesterday was on the early morning immigration interview that Djokovic was subject to when he arrived into the country last week And initially Djokovic was told that he would have until 8 30 that morning to respond to the government's intention to cancel his Visa But instead he was pressed much earlier for a response around 6 a.m. and the Visa was canceled just after 7 30 And in the end judge Kelly ruled that Djokovic should have been given that full amount of time to consult lawyers to respond to this And so the decision to cancel his Vasa was quashed and within about a half hour of that ruling he was released from immigration detention I mean as the government just going to let that lie do they have room to step back in Well yeah this is the open question the immigration minister does have personal discretion here He has powers under another section of the migration act and a spokesperson for the minister yesterday and again today made it clear that this is being actively conceded again This is an open and ongoing process and there is still room for this visit to be canceled on another batch on different grounds that initially Even though the judge ruled otherwise okay so Australians are facing all these strict COVID restrictions What has been the public reacting to this reaction to this really Yeah I think this is a city where we enjoyed one of the longest lockdowns anywhere in the world 93% of adults fully vaccinated There's not a huge amount of sympathy for someone who has had 12 plus months to be vaccinated and has chosen not to do that Also the timeline that Djokovic applied to the immigration department to apply for this Visa is now being picked apart He was he tested positive to COVID in the middle of December And social media shows that the very next day he was out and about He was at events He was posing with children He was maskless And so I think there is a sense here of whether there was person responsibility taken for public health So COVID and related restrictions is a big kind of political football here in the U.S. It has such a political element Is that the case in Australia I mean the prime minister's government is seeking reelection in May right Very much I mean this is a difficult moment for the entire country and almost the entire country is experiencing a huge way of infections driven by all Macron the supply of rapid tests is extremely limited at the moment and the hospital system is extremely stretched And so certainly this is a very difficult thing in the lead up to an election that will be held likely in May But I think the politics here is a bit more about a strong cultural belief doesn't elite athlete get treated the same way as anyone else That seems to be the question And that's an ethos that runs very deeply here And I think if the government had allowed an exemption for geography without scrutiny it could have been it could have been quite unpopular Okay the Australian open starts Monday We'll see if he's there Reporter Elizabeth Klaus you hear her on NPR news It's WNYC later on motivation space telescopes such as the new James Webb space telescope are a precious resource and NASA must decide who gets to use them recently the agency made some changes to try to fight any implicit bias in how it makes that decision We typically get something like 1100 proposals and only the top 20% will actually make it through to the telescope to get time That story coming up and about 15 minutes It is cold this morning 17 feels like it's near zero sunny and cold just to high today of 20 gusty as well windshields down around zero Cold again tonight a rebound tomorrow in the upper 30s and on the Thursday in the low 40s It's definitely been my seat at 5 51 I'm feeling very scared.
"immigration department" Discussed on Diaspora Blues
"Hello hillary deliciousness. Sears meek at here again this week in honor of mental health month and world mental health day. Which is october ten. Our special guest is emily. Emily is a senior mental health clinician at a prevention and recovery. Center also known as pox in melbourne's west vic. I spoke to emily last week to hear from practitioners point of view some of the realities of the mental health service following the twenty nineteen royal commission. Inquiry into victoria's mental health. Today's episode discusses issues of mental illness depression anxiety and suicide which some listeners may find distressing. If you or someone you know is in need of help please reach out. Talk to someone who you feel safe with. Talk to gp or call the crisis. Help lines in the description below. Thank you so much. Emily for joining us on the show today. Welcome kin thank you. Thank you for having me so it actually turns out that october is mental health month which is an initiative by the mental health foundation australia to advocate for and raise awareness for australian mental health and october ten is world mental health day. It seems to be very much needed. We've seen some research coming out talking about an overwhelmed mental health care system in victoria. What has been your experience with this. Oh thank you for having me. We'll all agree that the mental health services currently overwhelmed is in the past eighteen months with the coming of coffee night in. This is obviously been essay. Joel presentations is a middle halts. Our clients are in the if you need acute was as well as the stick down in test stip hub facility. Where i wor- i work in the park. Which is tip down to power facility. We we've seen clients who usually function quite well in the Beechy they've been presenting more in e. d. images departments where usually they'll be transferred to acute health wards and after the of their acute admission step down to parks for our recovery in for transition back home so we've seen wall positions of those clients who usually functions using other coping strategies in the community and out for this will presenting more frequently. They've gone even because from orders addictions in town. Wesley isolation Most of the kinds cannot go out to their day to day activities. Which usually would more like. I can say kick kick them together with all. These supports in the community can't access oil so they just get into crisis and find himself presenting ideo calling ambulances visit his old that they meant hussle. Its citizens are really overwhelmed. It brings pressure on this top in. The big thing is precious bids stuff wise. We've found out the the government has been quite helpful. They've tried to increase staff in down if introduced some sheets which we know the you know how we have the morning after sheaves but they introduced like msci in all extra south is. Mostly the bids. It's quite a challenge. Let fool in. Ad they wanted to try transcend acute ward into find acute toward this snow. Already for this. I can beds and it's it's actually a chain so you'll find areas like ours. The tip down will also more like forced by the situation. To ag- meet our people. Were not ready for transitioning but we just went to relieve the pressure from the acute was in that queue towards one to relieve pressure from the immigration department the chain goals and so what is an acute mental ward. Exactly when someone still in the crisis situation with them with people living with mental illness attempts to get into crisis or What you could see a relapse so then crisis. They will be knitting acute mental health as citizens so it's a situation where they can't manage the home if my sweden like we encouraging community management of most mental mental health clients however win. They are really acutely unwell. They'll need acute mental services which way in the past the mental health wards it awhile and it's really interesting that you mentioned the cascading effect almost like the idea of a chain reaction. I was reading a report from the university of sydney and it was actually talking about the fact that the mental health care crisis actually started of a ten years ago. Things haven't been good for a long time and this is kind of a situation where we see you know before. It was one in ten australians struggling with mental health or mental illness and now in twenty twenty one that number's going up to one in five which they actually think is under reporting because most people are only starting to seek help at that crisis level. Like you're saying the threat so the crisis services are overwhelmed and that means everyone else down. The line is overwhelmed. And what do you think are some of the barriers to accessing mental health. Kiss of this in the community Firstly i could say local knowledge about available citizens We find people struggle only on day. They don't realize their services are there for example is common knowledge that the gp can provide mental health. Care plan more like a document that can also allow you to access services like psychologists twelve sessions for free so people realize them holding this our postal working at the moment. I've realized was people didn't know that they can ask for that from the gp so that they can access the quality decision so they just wait until they in crisis the just end up being admitted. So that's where say liquids knowledge about the available services. And i'm not seeing would be a stigma. I hope you enjoying this interview. You're listening to diaspora blues a three cr radio.
"immigration department" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Officials have yet to schedule a confirmation hearing for harris county. Sheriff gonzales to lead the nation's immigration department but our own brenda release says for now. The sheriff is focusing on the local uptick in violent crime. Here's county sheriff. Ed gonzalez has been tapped by president biden. Delete ice immigration and customs enforcement. Gonzales told houston matters. He hasn't heard details yet about his confirmation hearing any focused on doing his job locally including trying to tackle rising violent crime and road rage temperature shorts especially when the weather's hot and aggressive driving all of that just the perfect storm and more people seem to be packing weapons these days. Gonzales says his department has seen an increase in home and car break ins. He's known for being critical of many trump administration immigration policies and if confirmed will be in charge of one of the most controversial agencies in the federal government. I'm brenda res in houston. Speaking of crime. Man charged with murdering a six year old girl and her parents in southwest houston. Last week is now being held without bond. Initially a judge had set bond at around a million dollars for twenty old xavier davis but the decision was reversed yesterday according to fox twenty six davis faces three capital murder charges along with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly shot the victims in their apartment last wednesday pacific station k. Pf is selling its historic home in. Houston's montrose neighborhood as andrew schneider reports. It's an open question whether the station will find a new building or remain permanently homeless k. Pf t just renewed its license so it's unlikely the station will be going off the air but there's a risk that the pacific foundation we'll take the proceeds from the sale of the building and use them to prop financially troubled stations on the east or west coasts. Leaving kpfa t. essentially homeless former pf. T. general manager duane. Bradley says the station has been operating remotely since the start of the pandemic and theoretically could continue to do so. We've kind of gotten used to not having that community space. But knowing that it was still there and that at some point we could come back with somewhat reassuring. Kpfk has operated out of montrose for more than fifty years. It's one of five stations remaining in the pacific network. I'm andrew schneider in houston and a congressional committee plans to review why the texas land office initially denied harris county hurricane harvey mitigation funds. Back in may the county had asked for more than one billion dollars was awarded zero. The land commissioner.
"immigration department" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Losing a tough national security law in the territory. Last year critics authorities have been using it to silence dissent john rich. Npr news this is npr. Live from news. Eight seven in houston. I'm kyra buckley. A congressional panel. Says it will review the texas general. Land office's denial federal flood mitigation funding to harris county the houston chronicle reports. This is the latest in an ongoing battle over more than one billion dollars in aid approved by congress and doled out the state. the federal committee wants texas land. Commissioner george bush to testify at the july fifth fifteen peering rather after criticism for initially denying the one billion to the houston area. Bush walked that back and said harris. County should get seven hundred and fifty million officials have yet to schedule a confirmation hearing for harris county sheriff to lead the nation's immigration department. But our own brenda ruis says for now. The sheriff is focusing on the local uptick in violent crime county. Sheriff gonzales has been tapped by president biden delete ice immigration and customs enforcement. Gonzales told houston matters. He hasn't heard details yet about his confirmation hearing any still focused on doing his job locally including trying to tackle rising violent crime and road rage temperature shorts especially when the weather's hot and aggressive driving all of that just the perfect storm and more people seem to be checking weapons these days. Gonzales says his department has seen an increase in home and car break ins. He's known for being critical of many trump administration immigration policies and if confirmed will be in charge of one of the most controversial agencies in the federal government. I'm brenda res in houston. The building collapsed and surf side. Florida has sparked concern overbuilding safety closer to home. You h structural engineer. Joe cole also says houston does not require regular structural inspections fire marshal inspection that a done on a regular basis but not struck spectrum so here in houston that what we again. If somebody's worried about a building the you wrote for the telltale sign that colossus says people should look out for slanting floors and cracks in the building walls and floors scattered showers and thunderstorms this evening..
"immigration department" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hi. I'm Jenn White. Today on one a immigration and Joe Biden's new approach to a very old problem. He kicked off his presidency with a flood of executive orders, including a handful revoking some of his predecessors, most aggressive and restrictive measures. But it's one thing to stop a policy and another to start one. How much his tactics different this time. Find out as we speak to part of his team tasked with passing immigration reform, and we look forward to sharing your experiences in comments to email us at one A. W A. M u dot org's or tweet US at 18. Live from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. President Biden says the government is ramping up production and deliveries of covert 19 vaccines and supplies that are needed to fight the pandemic. Biden says his administration is trying to buy an additional 200 million doses of two approved vaccines. This is a war time effort. When I say when, when? When I say that people ask war time, So yeah. Within 400,000 Americans have already died because 411 or 12 have died in one year of this pandemic. More than all the people who died in all the Americans have died in World War two. Biden says thousands of pharmacies will be used to help vaccinate Americans. The president also wants to ensure that states, tribes and territories received three weeks advance notice of how many doses of Corbett Vaccines are on the way. New overview of CDC researchers finds little evidence that reopening K through 12 schools contributes meaningful Lee to the broader spread of Cove in 19 details from NPR's Cory Turner. The review was published Tuesday by the Journal of the American Medical Association. The CDC report runs through several studies of school systems that reopened in the fall. And while there were cases of students and staff getting sick outside school There were very few examples of spread in school. The review says. Indoor sports are still risky, signing a wrestling tournament that led to dozens of infections. But the authors say with masking socially distanced classrooms and adequate ventilation schools did not seem to create the kind of rapid spread scene in nursing homes. The report comes as president Biden has promised to provide schools with clear science driven guidelines on safe reopening. Cory Turner. NPR NEWS Chicago public schools. Have stopped plans to resume in person instruction after the city's teachers union said its members would not show up. Thousands of teachers were prepared to pick it over coronavirus safety concerns. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot's his bargaining will continue. New York City pension funds are preparing to divest from fossil fuel companies as NPR's Sally her ship's reports the sales with total and estimated $4 billion New York City's largest pension fund, the one that invests retirement dollars for city employees, ranging from accountants to clerical and sanitation workers, has voted to divest from fossil fuels. Plan was first announced two years ago, making New York the first major city to commit to such a move. New York has five pension funds totaling almost $240 billion fund representing city teachers also voted to approve fossil fuel divestments. The statement, City Comptroller Scott Stringer said the divestment is expected to be one of the largest in the world. Last year. Mayors of 12 big cities around the world including Berlin, Cape Town, Milan and Vancouver took similar steps. Sally her ship's NPR news, This is NPR. The Justice Department says it has resented the Trump Administration. Zero tolerance policy on Immigration Department statement says the action restores the authority to prosecutors to decide whether to bring charges based on a careful review of facts and circumstances of individual immigration cases. Well in Houston. The federal judge has blocked the Biden administration's 100 Day moratorium on certain deportations pending a lawsuit by Texas Republican leaders. For the first time since 2013. The Baseball Hall of Fame is electing No. One. Once again. Several star players linked to ban drugs were kept out of the hole and Hall of Fame. Voters have been put off by the political comments that picture Her chilling has made in recent years. NPR's Tom Goldman has more no players on the ballot got the required support of at least 75% of the voting. Baseball writers. Two men linked to the game so called steroids era got slight increases from last year, but all time home run leader Barry Bonds and all star pitcher Roger Clemens still were under 62%. Three time World Series champion Curt Schilling had the highest percentage at 71.1. But his incendiary comments apparently kept him out again. He's made anti Muslim and transgender statements and this month tweeted his apparent support for the mob attack on the U. S. Capitol. Shilling Bonds and Clemens have one more year of eligibility with writers. But in a letter to the Hall of Fame, Shilling asked that his name be taken off Next year's ballot. Tom Goldman. NPR news in after hours trading, U. S futures are mixed. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations..
"immigration department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you, Kathleen. You're right all eyes here highest level visit by an American cabinet officials since the break in formal relations in 1979 Bloomberg. Stephen Angle says it plays into the current U. S. China Problems big time This one is not on the military side is more on the health side, but still a high level Cabinet member of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar visiting Taipei, the highest ranking U. S official in decades, surely to rankle Beijing. Yeah, he's due to meet with President Science went along with other health officials. Hong Kong's Immigration department has set up a new national security unit TTO handle sensitive visa applications such as those from foreign media and tie one. These organizations, it's a standard report. Hong Kong police say they've arrested media tycoon and prominent pro democracy activists. Jimmy lie under the New China National Security law. The government says the charges include colluding with foreign forces, US has passed an unwanted milestone passing the five million case mark. Now one million of those cases have been added in just over. The past two weeks. Texas positivity rates That's a record over 20%. California Almost 1/3 of the caseload, is I C U patients. Remember that photo that went viral last week from the Atlanta suburb of Kids crowded in the hallway? Well, the positive covert 19 tests have begun to come in and at least 11 students and two staff members positive. At least 260 students and eight teachers have been quarantined. Atlanta's mayor Qi Sha, lance bottoms, who's been against re opening too soon, says Yeah, We should have expected this very difficult to expect Children to adhere to all of the precautions that we needed to stop the spread of covert 19. My belief is that a school should offer virtual Onley sessions so that parents can make those choices now, the superintendent of district, Dr Brian Hightower, says. We'll continue on campus learning, saying that he does not care what people in Kansas or New York think he doesn't care about optics, but he says he will do what he thinks is best for the community. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg, right. All right. Thank you. Ready? Let's get to global sports. The PGA Championship is in the books with the young winner. Dan Schwartzman, Speaking of young is here. 23.
"immigration department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Calm down. The rising a voice. It may now not just listen to your point of view, but it's hard to understand when you keep yelling at made any hangs out by Shin Miller. It's Jason Williams here from the head office is in shambles. More here, Strolling custom is Michael Davies here from Georgia. Yes. Oh, basically one morning rabbit does he's set up to the gotcha. Cool. So we basically sets it up by saying, you know, I was contacted by a local guy called Blaine Armstrong. And Hayes in the middle of going through the defect O process with immigration because he's got a Canadian fiance and she's 26 they both 26 the madly in love, and she wants to move to Australia and they want to get married here and hey, proposed on this very famous beach in South Australia, so he's asked me to do got to call on his Canadian fiance. So, he says, So I decided to pretend I was from immigration, and this is how the call went times She's calling from the Australian Immigration Department. Have you followed right here in front of me? Do you have a moment to go through a few questions in your application? And then proceeds to basically ask a Siri's of questions that several sort of sound very formal up. Sarah, how old I am 26 years old and your occupation. I'm a yoga instructor. She's obviously desperately trying to, you know, be very polite because potentially this person on the farm and holds a lot of power over how her life kind of goes and blame Armstrong. He's your fiance is, you know And what is Blaine's occupation constructions? Thankyou and his favorite color. As the call continues, the questions start getting kind of a little more odd and his favorite food, a spare ribs, baby pizza, or C isn't falafel uncomfortable and to the point where now on a scale of 1 to 10 with one being the smallest and tending the largest Howard right, Blaine's downstairs area. What You know he's genital region. And then he goes quiet for a couple of seconds, purposely leaving her to rot thinking. Hey, Sarah. Yes, This is rabbit from a safe in and this has been a god to go way. Teo. Look, it was your adorable fields like blind down strongly. Oh, my God. So at the time, did it stand out a cz any different from the other Gotcha calls. It stood out because it was the 1st 1 that ever done with someone from outside of South Australia. Second thing, Wass that this girl Sarah sounded super cute. She was 26. She's a yoga instructor, way sort of fell in love with this. This.
"immigration department" Discussed on Tax Yak
"Singapore is one of the only countries, if not the only country them aware of where the tax authorities speaks of immigration departments pretty instantaneously. So, if you've got an outstanding tax bill. so it doesn't have to be tax clearance. It could be any tax bill out signing tax bill, but this comes up more with tax clearances, and you try to leave the country. You'll be stopped. You'd be taken aside the pay them live, but it's you approve. You made a payment for their country. and. Singapore doesn't forget is probably a good way phrasing. I'm so. I had one of my colleagues in in the Netherlands. They called me up and there's A. Melting. Basis! Sets Hi Adrian We've got a head shop us, and he's just troubled into Singapore. With a colleague Jason Why can't. And colleagues being taken away by the Immigration Department upon arrival and made to sign the documents Can you look? So. This guy left Singapore, fifteen years before and didn't pay his taxes. So upon returning, it was made to sign a document saying that he would contact iris and all of his taxes before you have to come true. So yeah I I have current clients. Apple translates. Out Been Stocks. They've told me paid my taxes. Can you help? And they a number might find so all ex-pats where the company may be paying the light, but let's see. So then there's a frantic call to the US head. Have you made the liability I made the payment. Can you prove it send us? Details of it to let the. Case Go. So yeah this. Is a country while you're right going back to one of your earlier questions so low tax jurisdiction. It's veritably straightforward simple. But it does habits nuances so? been stopped me. She wants to be on the wrong side of irs brutal in. Exactly. The nuances exist slightly different from the US Australia coming thinking you know then the roles, and then the slight tweaks me that you need to adopt to that. I'm. Also the specialist! If you if you have which is slightly more complicated. In my opinion or my experiences in the found easier to engage of. H Muscian. Find an answer ounce. Quickest guile whereas in Singapore found a bit more arduous of it more. Painful. Especially, when you talk about foreign tax credits for individuals. and. Also, if your tax nine is not. In. The square box that they've sets.
"immigration department" Discussed on Ukulele Stories
"Can do off the hand. Let me turn the tables on you. Then what's your favorite spe- right now? All right. Okay. At the moment. It's really boring. Well, but it's, it's just garlic and lots of different greens, from for my God, healthy and deputies in the pit of seaweed spring. Is it too boring? Hilton dude, I should try it. Absolutely. Yeah. You say you, you thinking about writing a book about the history of ukulele, Australia. What can you tell us about the history? I don't really know because I mean, I'm only a recent transplant to the country, did you get very far with your research? Yeah, it was. On the spot. You let me to remember. Good with remembering years. But those those kind of. So I remember those. If I just wanna say in this year, but I can't, but people did come from Hawaii, American be part of sort of big musical productions. I mean, I guess, I guess it could have been in the in the twenties. I would have guessed it would have been something happening a little bit because I, I know Canham Oku came out from Hawaiian and did some surfing sort of exhibitions at bonday in the twenties. I believe. And I know that George Formby came out here in the late thirties, early forties bams, and I've seen an amazing picture of George Street and Sydney. The main street in Sydney, and it's just absolutely packed with people all sort of cheering on George Formby, which is amazing. Really? Wow. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. That's great. I didn't I didn't hear that bit so. Yeah, that's good. Yeah. Well, I certainly a, a worthwhile project. Maybe we should get it going. Yeah. Maybe we sure it's not doing that. I probably as you say, it was probably too soon before because everything was changing so rapidly. But I feel I some things of kind of leveled off. So maybe it's a good time to do it anyway. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe something for laser it. Would it would? Yeah. Yeah, it would be interesting wouldn't now apart from using I mean, you probably one of the most autistic people, I know. Well you very involved in the art scene. Tell us about your latest thing, which is complementary caravan, which I just love, but tell the people about that. It's we love caravans voice love where you lived in a caravan for world. Yeah. Yes. Just of what I moved to manufacture. I took my two caravan, so. Great way to move it. She is. I just threw Kevin's. But yes, I was living off, leaving central story, the last five years in caravan in. Oh, well, well, and in a house, but just park it at the Beck of friends Pedic and, and use a bathroom and stuff. But so do of the house, but had Mon space, but only Melvin yet enrollment for five years to love them thirty, I think, when I went to Europe for the first time or these people who lived in his wagons, beautiful wooden, wagons and live together in a community that was in Frankfurt, Germany, and just really practice and in Belgium, and enter, it, people who had both places in, in the fam- people stayed with all these women grew up like that in a place like that. And it's really Greg community space. But you still got your little bubble to going to so, you know, so. Yes. So the company to these spicy. Early. It's a caravan talk it to festivals or events. And but before the event are go to the town and collect compliments I ask people to audio recording. So I ask people to think of someone in their life, and to say, a compliment is speaking directly to them, so you beautiful. I love the way you. Fogarty's. I love the way you hug me it feels like a warm Cup of tea. So you're so people seed inside the caravan and just he this kind of relentless positive, positive attack, positively. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Do an insult show I've done it once, but I'll talk to that more, where it's, it's kind of a room of five really add electric guitars, and you have to yell out insults, but you can't kind of voice, but it's about kind of getting something off just right. So vent venting frustration. Yeah, it's amazing. You can hobby, even feel your voice guitar, so that, but that's popular. People enjoy compliments bib a bit more. Do you have in what, what else, have you got in mind coming up since I've moved to heats this. I'm just starting to kind of. Now look at what's going on in what I can do. Done a show of performance a few times. That I'd like to try to see how that could lodge at the end. And it's it's always performed by, like, who refugees in always perform inside a tunnel set kind of plays on lots at the end of the tunnel. And it's just it's a lot of this community kind of projects that juries, or sand, has strong sound element. So it's so that's all of they recorded stories about moments of light in the life. Have you connected with any of the ukulele community down in Tasmania? I did a of metacarpal. Was intensified easy. Bus going Honey, the part of the safari. Yeah. Yeah. Join them for the Tasmanian and we played until Ryan, which is right close to where I'm plying where I'm living. And so, I did pump into the woman who organized the gig, I and she plays clearly and who husband make seek ladies so pumped into done one works so of well. Five people came in though beginning. Yeah. Yeah. And this, this is you three UCLA class apparently in village not far from me. If you have a make make it to Hobart. There's the there's hug which is one of the one of the best acronyms I think the Hobart ukulele group. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I, I went on a little too, with Daniel ho they're a few years ago and had a great, great workshop with them. So they were a good one to look up. I'm visiting the visited them. I just got my mum's in Hobart. So I did visit them once before. Yeah. It's everywhere isn't it, but I think they must be there must be clubs lunches scenario. I haven't. I have to check that out. What was your mama bit of a traveler as well? Or was she always living in Tasmania? Yeah, my mom was, yes. She was not so much. But my dad was he was well, he traveled from Hungary. So he came out from Hungary, when was that he came at nine fifty nine. Yeah, yeah, no Jewish, but they had made a family pecked to not be Jewish got testimony. So it was safe ru easier. It was strange enough to be Hungarian in there wasn't really hungering community. It says. Yes. So just wanted to feed in fifteen it'd be knowable spice like other people. Yeah. It's tough. I guess, in that sort of mess to color, your, your work with them refugees now knowing that your dad was one. Absolutely. I mean. Yeah. And I just, you know if he was alive. I just can't imagine what he would think of what's happening today. But how these start immigration department is treating the humans at righteous terrible doing what you can through out and is important in that way. I mean, a lot of the times can change the world more than politics, so many other things. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely. And been touch his own touches of people in Minnesota and one man particularly willing to refuse. And I think he's very useful for people's into health. And if people have the strength to, to use it to to use creativity, it's can be really amazing, and it can be really. Useful and helpful helpful for them more, generally than what, what's your advice to anyone who's dreaming of living, a more creative life? The so you ways you could do art isn't it really isn't? And I guess it is about finding something that you feel connected to all I if you're watching drawer, but I think you just gotta try things. Just going to try. Dot be. Don't be don't be scared that it's not going to be good. It's not gonna work. You just have to. I mean, I think people write songs you ride a lot of bad songs to get to with son. Well might maybe not everyone. But I do. Pilots. Sure always doing something that, that love. But then you just go to keep moving it's about, it's about keeping keeping moving. I get stuck too much pressure on yourself or how do you like to relax? Then when you're not doing or your activism, what do you what do you like to do? I do. Which I do I go for walk the dog IS wise, I've always tried to guarding, but it's yeah. I mean, we had years, I haven't because I've been depending where I'm leaving. Yeah. And, but I think the land is so great on the integrity of got some of got I've got half an eye, which is kind of almost too much for me. Really? But because there's not a few fruit trees but not too much planning. So, so yeah, so I'm learning. I'm learning so much really fast about. Gardening. It's scoot say it's a whole new. It's pony area for me. I guess, to them spending time spent time with and, and that can be creative things. Well to even thinking what, what shape I want to have this garden big garden based, what about a ukulele shaped garden bid that would work for a big thing in the middle. Like four rows of lettuces for the strings. Okay. I can do that one question, which I've never asked, which I'm not sure why haven't asked why turtle in rose turtle Littler. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We're gonna make little say in about that code. Why, why this to Italy my name? Well, it's, it's, it's this kind of stories from my data sheet that had to it, we've got this to, to show. Dad was living on all and through all before he was married, and he was while the side of the story goes, he was kind of, like, sheep ritual. That's a bit dramatic ran aground. There will try to save a man who'd been a local man who'd been bitten by shock who ended up not surviving, but they the ship sank and dead to retrieve few of his belongings, which review shows and to, to show so that he must have hunted. Hopefully it wasn't endangered one but and then I used to remember when I was swimming at the different Putin Olympic swimming swim only spec. I feel like a turtle and. And also he used to live in a boarding house of a woman called MRs to two in Sydney. She preferred to be called, MRs turtle. Anyway, so I don't know it just felt like this word was sort of come up and when I was in seniors doing a study of publicity business, who the friend to kind of to publicize, your friends data shows, but we ended up not doing it because she moved overseas. But, but we're making business cards and we thought its make kind of its aims my good names. And so. Rose to. Yeah, just a lot of times it's too, too. And they light on my sister saw by nine roster on a flyer. And she on the irt locker she wanted them to know that she want people to know that, Bruce sisters. And so, then I put back and thinking I love it, family name, and so, yes. Out up. Stuck with stuck with reading, how has the shaped your life? Oh, it's. Good Christians in it. Well. I guess it's been it's been a tool, I guess, to connect with people. Kristen. And I guess kind of open type indoors too. Well, I mean, it's allowed me to be part of this whole, you know, international network, I guess of people and you might not have anything else common accepts this instrument. And I think that's pretty special. It's been able to meet somebody some mice people around the world. Do you have a couple of highlights from your Yuka travels with international ukulele travels? I think the New York you life was pretty special afoot. Pretty. It was just sounds exotic nice exciting New York, the this, and I think, yeah, 'cause I met some people who, who are who to bet little riv- who's beautiful play. And John, John king, whose pride food classical and so, So that was so. great because I feel like you sort of some of the clothes plays in the world. And also, good to go to New Zealand into hanging out with nukes. We have been a couple of times and done Buta touring. In a study together. Have you have you been to Hawaii? No, I haven't you've been lots of it. You know, I've been there quite a lot. Yeah. And hoping to go next year from my fortieth birthday action grace final question. Describe the ukulele in one would okay. That's really difficult of. Oh, my mind Cisco black case. I was gonna say versatile, but that's she was not very interesting. Adorable. It is a door will absolutely and adverse. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. All right. Perfect. Yeah, yeah. That's my word. Well a lovely chat. Thank you very much rose for joining me. Thank you, thanks. It's great, you're doing this just to get the stories out there. You know because as I said before, you know we were off air. I was saying that I've known a lot of ukulele plays for a long time. But we don't necessarily know too much about each other. Yeah, that's right. We kind of bumping to festivals and we'll have interview went I need to know that you now. Yeah. Well, you could -absolutely. Hey, I'm up for it. So thank.
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"Sixty nine years ago today. Thursday, June eighth nineteen fifty in the newspapers of that Thursday, sixty nine years ago, these are some of the headlines dateline Washington James k Bardem in one time naval aide to president Truman reportedly named Senate investigators yesterday as the man who may have tried to delay prosecution in the nineteen Forty-five Amer Asia's secret documents case Birdman quickly and denied it. He's now a member of the federal board of governors. Dateline Fairfield Illinois, sixty year old ROY Sheldon cut down by ambush bullets presumably by the same mysterious assassins who killed two of his brothers in the last three years and twice wounded a third three of five Sheldon brother for notorious gangsters who'll southern Illinois in the prohibition era and battle. Rival prohibition gangs for lush liquor, and gambling profits with make shift armored cars and an airplane. Roy never was identified with the gangs activities, because he was serving a sentence for armed robbery at the time he was released in nineteen thirty-one and settled down on a farm near Fairfield dateline Washington Secretary state Aitchison yesterday ruled out the rearming of western Germany favored by some American military leaders a means of reinforcing the defences of the western world against Russia American policy. Carl calling for the demilitarization of Germany remains unchanged Aitchison set in a news conference comment on the statement by General, Omar Bradley, that from a military viewpoint. German rearmament would strengthen security of the west. Dateline Washington akrons mightiest, rubber moguls agreed, that the price or shoes for the old cars on the way up partly because some of the synthetic rubber ingredients. They thought they'd get for tires. Are turning up as rattles for baby shower bath curtains and plastic ukulele, who's to blame the government or so, say the men who keep America's wheels rolling on rubber. Dateline? San Francisco Bertha, Barkan, Luthier chemists doing research in nucleic acids at Stanford University indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday accused of falsely concealing her Russian birth. She's charged specifically with stating falsely to an immigration inspector at Palo Alto February thirteenth, she was born in Chicago Tober fourth nineteen sixteen the immigration department said she was born in the Russian Ukraine in nineteen twelve and the country with her mother in Seattle at in nineteen seventy dateline Washington without the bait the Senate yesterday approved an investigation of alleged sexual perverts in government jobs, and the move to tighten national security homosexuals and other perverts are officially rated this poor security. Risks because they are sometimes target a black male. The Senate adopted by voice vote. Resolution authorizing ten thousand dollars for the Senate executive expenditures committee to conduct the inquiry. Dateline Tokyo, anti-american posters, appeared suddenly throughout Tokyo yesterday. A few hours after General Douglas MacArthur band seventeen editors of the official communist newspaper organ, indicating the start of a campaign of oaken, communist of US, and Japanese authorities the posters has tacked everything for American movie films to the ideas of permanent American military bases in Japan. Dateline Austin, Texas university of Texas accepted to negro students yesterday bowing to the US supreme court. Segregation ban. John Sanders taste of Austin twenty-five veteran of World War, Two became the first negro to enroll since the university was opened sixty seven years ago. Fifty year old Horace Lincoln heat. Of Waco will seek the degree of doctor philosophy in government. The second case will study for a master's degree in architecture. Dateline oakridge Tennessee youngsters went hunting for firefly's yesterday to help science. Find out why the insect carries its own tail light a better light bulb may result. Dr Bernard l Strayer of Johns Hopkins University put a price of two bits per one hundred on the firefly's heads. He wants one hundred thousand of them to experiment with people want similar no dead batteries, please. He says, what we can find out about fire plot flies ability to produce light from the food at each may eventually show us how we can produce light officially. Though. Some of the day's top news stories as reported in the newspapers of Thursday, June eight nineteen fifty on your radio, sixty nine years ago. The story of doctor Kildare which continues now on classic radio theater to Espy. That's a bad photograph. It isn't my best profile, how many profile do you got plea? This is anything, but you'll literally right a row bit you like that. It'd be it's downright in. So maybe to get a lawyer and sue somebody contacted our legal department. Oh, heaven only knows what they can possibly do. Doctor, how could manage to create Endel when was it something like a snowball? It's dotted very small with a grandfather, who builds sleds sleds. I have to do with this. That boat that Renan boy, he just up and left here without a word to anybody. What just what on his clothes out, and then left to note for, you know what did say? Buck doesn't want to cause any more trouble. So he's. How should I know what it says the best to me? Let a great way not to cause any more trouble that boy your talking about why that must be the criminal and he was right here in the hospital. Now, okay. Keep your veg, Don and yet out of draw. Now. Raise a young for why couldn't he wait now? Get it Gil de speaking. Precinct headquarters while I suppose you another people's got hold of this. So some of the headlines, captain day on it. So we gotta have that kit. When nine o'clock in the morning, I'll meet you over there at the hospital, but canton Dag it, you see I am talking. Let's that it'll be here. Nine in the morning today young Brennan into custody. But how can you take him? I mean, the boy is. Oh, do thirty cents cut. My throat the you can get more of their, you know, Dr Gillespie at might be a good idea. If we want to Sullivan and had another state I understand the food at the city jail is not too good..
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"Bloomberg survey and just to put that in perspective GE trading at nine dollars and twenty seven cents as we speak. Boeing has fallen four point nine percent. The planemaker said late Friday that will cut production of the seven thirty seven max jet in the wake of two fatal crashes. Boeing will make forty two planes a month down from an earlier target of fifty two. Now, the biggest advance belongs to sign Mantech up. Six point two percent. The security software maker was raised to buy from neutral. Goldman Sachs didn't Bob my Bloomberg showed the stock only had one by rating fbn securities and twenty-five old ratings before Goldman's upgrade. Now, what win resorts has gained two point one percent? The Zeno recently made a takeover of her frustrations crown resorts that was rebuffed the coin of the Australian Financial Review the report cited unnamed people familiar with the matter, Greg. Oh, thank you very much. Dave wilson. With this hour's market drivers report and now politics policy, power and law. Thank you. Greg. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, President Trump's homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is leaving that post. She had been DHS secretary since December twenty seventeen in mcallen, Texas on March twenty first this year, she met with law enforcement personnel about immigration issues Nielson highlighted, the need for a border wall. This is not a manufactured crisis. This is truly an emergency. Our system is breaking. Michaela. Ross is Bloomberg government homeland security reporters joins us now. For more in the story by phone and Michaela, you write about the leadership. I don't know emergency over at D H S what's going on. This is really what a lot of lawmakers are saying is the absolute worst time for the secretary of homeland security to be leaving the department, and we heard that there for the last several weeks for the last several months. Does department and the secretary and President Trump have been you know, beating his message that there is a crisis at the border. There's a humanitarian crisis security crisis. And yet now we see the secretary suddenly out after he really become the face of a lot of these policy issues that were being pressed by the president she's out and we're seeing the allegation of the chief of border protection being elevated her post now that leaves a vacancy there, and then we also saw on Friday. Trump concern confirming pulling the nomination for ice director, and he'll still be there at acting capacity, but still no permanently ship bear. So not only a lack of leadership on the immigration department. But these we're also just seeing it at the department in general, there's a I count by my count about teen senior leadership positions that are missing the department right now are in acting capacity. So Trump said Friday that he they're looking to go into a tougher direction. How? How much tougher can they get than they were excellent question. Because really what the debate is hit plenty of democratic lawmakers that are going to say, you know, she was you know, she was incompetent or she was, you know, really cruel and our policies, especially when she became really the face of the family separation era. However, there's plenty of other people that will say that she has following the law. She was a moderate moderating force, you know, that she really tried to be Trump Solter and back a lot of these policies and a lot of these issues, but the end of the day there's going to there's going to be asylum laws there's going to be migration laws international and of the US that whoever replaces her is gonna come up against a lot of the same challenges including coming into power at a time. When there is a surge of migrants that hasn't been seen haven't been seen in about twelve years. What are you hearing about her departure was she fired by the president? Or did she quit or a little both? We are hearing that this has been this didn't necessarily surprise anyone. She has definitely been under scrutiny by the president for probably about a year. Now, the the first started hearing rumors, but what does the tries people is the timing. Obviously. Again, this is coming in the middle of a really difficult time or resources are very much overwhelmed. I was just at the border last month, you know, with those agents there are hundreds of thousands of people crossing each day. I should say hundreds thousands, not hundreds of thousands. And so yes, it is a difficult time, but she really had seen in the last few weeks like she had gained the confidence of the of the president back with her steadfastness push for a lot of these policies. So it's definitely surprising. Some folks so Stephen Miller who's an immigration hard liner seems to have a lot of influence over the president. Did he have anything to do? As far as you know with this loss of confidence in Nielsen reports are on the ground are hearing. We did get one message official message from the press secretary while the press secretary of the of the White House over the weekend that that Miller one involved in the pulling of the nomination it gave the the the man who is up for to lead ice. So that was their official response on his nomination going to go in that direction. That said, yeah, we're definitely hearing that the is more in line to take even more of an influence. He's already had an incredible influence on the president's thinking on immigration subjects that said, you know, it's not it wouldn't be a Senate appointment, you know, there's so many thirties come with that ten an appointment at the department. So it's a little unclear what else he could do with the more power and just in our last thirty seconds or so then who. Who could succeed Nielsen? I may maybe Miller or this acting. That is exactly what over chasing as well. It's really difficult because at the end of the day, you know, we've been following the story for months because it's been, you know, the concern that she would be exiting resigning leaving of last several months, and it, you know, trying to get someone confirmable. But is also said it confirmable that's also going to be able to carry out some of the hardline policies that President Trump would like he's going to be really difficult is going to be really difficult, and some of the names that are being floated around maybe have lost some leeway with the Senate, or you know, they're considered to hard line. They considered not have enough experience. So it is it is a big question Mark who's going to be able to to get through end in a timely manner. Because clearly this is something that the president would like addressed as soon as possible Michaela Ross Bloomberg government homeland security reporter, thank you for that update. Let's.
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"Patrick foss. Britain's privatised spoken again lawmakers seeking a way out of the country is Brexit Monday rejected four to the government's unpopular EU divorce deal leaving. Britain's departure in chaos that is whether it's chief Justice Monday ass. Lawmakers to strip opposition leader, Juan Guido of immunity taking a step toward prosecuting him for alleged crimes as he seeks to AL's President Nicolas Maduro. This decision mouths, another significant step in the Madurai government strategy of heaping pressure onto the opposition leader, why having banned him from holding office for a period of fifteen years and arrested his right hand man on terrorism charges, the head of the supreme court might Kenmore. I know has requested that the pro government constituent assembly ratified decision to remove Mr. way, those parliamentary immunity this stage. It makes little difference to Hong guy who is the head of the national parliament. However, it ratchets up the pressure noticeably and is a step closer to. Ordering his arrest. That's correspondent will grant from the BBC. The Trump administration is reportedly considering an immigration are on the issue of immigration department of homeland security shares at overlapping responsibility with the departments of state defense and Justice. If the position is established within HHS, it would be considered part of the cabinet and require Senate confirmation, the two names, which are being bantered are former Virginia attorney general Cancun Cinelli and former Kansas secretary of state, Chris Kobuk. Correspondent George buddy acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, tells ABC Democrats are realizing a Babacar has failure ObamaCare is not working even Democrats admit that which is why this week. It didn't get a lot of coverage. They introduced their own fixed Bill because they know ObamaCare does it work says many people are trying to run from ObamaCare because it's skyrocketing costs. This is townhall dot com. When it comes to your pain..
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"Tomorrow Monday, mostly sunny with a high near forty nine degrees in the afternoon. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. BBC World Service, eight hours GMT this weekend. With Paul Henley coming up protesters against the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said they're confident issue international support for his rival one Guido has turned things their way, also the US TV drama series that changed the attitudes of west Germans to the holocaust and Virginia's governor saying he won't quit over his use of black face alleged use in the nineteen eighties. I used us a little bit of shoe polish to put under my are on my cheeks, and the reason I used very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off we have two guests are Dow Tricia Nubani, Nigerian novelist and journalist and Pete annoym- on professor of security studies at King's College London that's weekend. Here's the news. BBC news with sue Montgomery. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has said she remains determined the Britain will leave the European Union on Shenzhou writing in the Sunday Telegraph as she tries to reopen negotiations. Mrs Mason, should go to Brussels armed with new ideas. And what she called a fresh mandate from parliament in London Christmas in reports. The prime minister clearly wants to squash suggestions Brexit might be delayed. I'm determined to deliver Brexit. She writes, she adds that she wants to address the concern shared by the labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, the backstop could last indefinitely and accepts that this is an issue that needs to be addressed with Brussels. However, nothing has changed the remains publicly opposed changing the backstop and the UK hasn't yet publicly suggested an alternative that Brussels could live with officials from the US. Immigration and customs enforcement department have confirmed that they're force feeding nine suspected illegal immigrants and hunger strike at taxes detention center, the nine stopped eating more than a month ago. Charles Haviland reports the men are refusing food to protest at being denied bail at what they called rampant verbal abuse and threats of deportation from God's at the center. One said there were now being tied to beds and force fed through nasal and throat tubes. Making it hard to breathe human rights. Watch has called the practice, cruel and inhuman a local congresswoman Veronica Escobar said it was unacceptable. The immigration department has denied retaliating against the hunger. Strikers, but said it had to monitor their food and water. The new cases recall the force feeding of detainees at Guantanamo Bay. Which followed mass rejections of food these trillion prime minister, Scott Morrison said all migrant children detained on the island of now rue I think moved to other countries. Just four remain after criticism of Australia's harsh asylum policy. This report from Phil Mercer in August. They were more than one hundred children held on our REU. Australia refused to re central them under tough immigration policies. Critics said the young detainees were being damaged for life. And there was intense pressure on the minority government in parliament, the prime minister, Scott Morrison has confirmed that children will no longer be detained on Nauru. He said his administration had stopped asylum seekers arriving by boats and had prevented tragic drownings at sea Tonga has been reconnected with the world down its inhabitants. And visitors can once again surf the internet. The only undefined or optic cable to the islands was suffered two weeks ago knocking out the internet international calls and credit card payments, Tongans hunter rely on a small locally operated. Satellite service, while the repair ship work to fix the damn. Cable BBC news. The Colombian military says it's killed one of the leaders of a group for fight rebels who have refused to abide by the terms of the peace process Rodrigo cadets. He died in an operation the southern Calcutta region along with enough there nine rebels police in Sri Lanka have arrested four Maldives nationals for illegally operating a drone near the main international airport. Police statements the three men and one woman had been using the drone to film the airport on this before a visit by the Maldives new president it Brian Muhammed solid Salunke bands the operation of drones near airports, a privately funded search to try to find the missing footballer Emiliano Sala is beginning today off the island of Guernsey in the English channel. The Argentine striker went missing last month when his privately chartered flight from Nantes in France to Cardiff and Wales disappeared the BBC's John Fernandez reports from Ganzi in the early hours of this morning. The search boat Morgan left safety deport harbor and Ganzi to join up with a large vessel commissioned by the air. Accident Investigation Branch to search teams one of them sponsored by a crowdfunding operation on behalf of the solid family will check for nautical square miles. The seabed will be scoured using a combination of sonar technology an unmanned submersible vehicles. It's expected the search will take around three days. If nothing is found in that time the teams have as yet no plans to continue scientists in the United Arab Emirates say the country's coral reefs have suffered catastrophic damage because the record see temperatures and pollution. Researchers found that the hot summer of two thousand seventeen left ninety four percent of Abu Dhabi's reefs bleached three quarters of it is now dead Karolyn Saudi and Qatari waters has also been destroyed. Experts say the Gulf war now have a less diverse habitat. BBC news. Saito six GMT welcome to weekend.
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"This is WNYC FM HD and AM. Sea World service. It's seven hours GMT this weekend. I'm Paul Henley. Coming up huge protests throughout Venezuela against the country's President Nicolas Maduro. He says he'll hold alleged legislative elections. But protesters say at confident international support for his rival one DOE has turned things their way. I can't even characterize it as a protest more as a celebration in terms of the cross section of society that was present. And the atmosphere of joy, also, a potentially landmark presidential election in El Salvador and male cheerleaders for the first time at the Super Bowl traditional roles are meant to be, you know, just changing broken. So that's that's cool. Our guests this program Dalby Tricia, Anwar, Bonnie, Nigerian writer, and journalist and Peter Norman from the security studies department at King's College London after the news. Hello. I'm Nick Kelly with the BBC news. The British Prime Minister Theresa may has set. You remains determined that Britain will leave the European Union on Churchill writing in the Sunday. Telegraph MRs may said she go to Brussels armed with new ideas and what she called a fresh mandate from parliament in London. His political reporter Christmas makes the prime minister clearly wants to squash the suggestions that have been floating around in the that Brexit might be delayed. She says explicitly she wants to deliver it on time on the twenty ninth of March next month. But there is still a row about the so-called backstop. This is the insurance policy we ensure that the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic remains open under any circumstances after Brexit island on the issue is saying the deal is on the table. You can take it or leave it on the UK saying we don't like the backstop hasn't presented anything yet publicly to persuade the. Due to changes fear officials from the US immigration and customs enforcement department of confirmed that they're force feeding nine suspected illegal immigrants on hunger strike at a Texas detention center, the nine stopped using more than a month ago. Charles Haviland reports the men are refusing food to protest at being denied bail. And at what they called rampant verbal abuse and threats of deportation from God's at the El Paso center. One said there are now being tied to beds and force fed through nasal and throat tubes. Making it hard to breathe human rights. Watch has called the practice, cruel and inhuman a local congresswoman Veronica Escobar said it was unacceptable. The immigration department has denied retaliating against the hunger. Strikers, but said it had to monitor their food and water. The new cases recall the force feeding of detainees at Guantanamo Bay which followed mass rejections of food. They Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison said all migrant children detained on the island of now. Through are being moved to other countries. John's four remain after criticism of Australia's harsh asylum policy. Phil Mercer reports in August. They were more than one hundred children held on our REU. Australia refused to re central them under tough immigration policies critic sent the young detainees were being damaged for life. And there was intense pressure on the minority government in parliament, the prime minister, Scott Morrison has confirmed that children will no longer be detained on narrow. He said his administration had stopped asylum seekers arriving by boats and had prevented tragic drownings at sea tongue has been reconnected with the world and its inhabitants. And visitors can once again surf the internet. The only under see fiber optic cable to the islands was seventy two weeks ago knocking out the internet international calls and credit card payments. You're listening to the world news from the. BBC? The Columbian military says it's killed one of the leaders of a group of FARC rebels who have refused to abide by the terms of the peace process. Rodrico cadets died in an operation in the southern K ta reason along with nine other rebels. The Colombian defense minister say cadet had been trying to unite some of the seventeen hundred members of the FARC that have not handed in their arms or move to demobilization zones. Police in Sri Lanka, arrested four Maldives. Nationals were legally operating a drone near the main international airport. A police statement said the three men and one woman have been using the drone to film the airport. Before a visit by the Maldives new president. Privately. Search to try to find the missing footballer Emiliano Sala is beginning today off the island of Guernsey the English channel. The Argentine striker went missing last month when his privately chartered flight from Nantes to France in France to Cardiff in Wales disappeared Jonathan and reports in the early hours of this morning, the search boat more than left safety deport harbor and Ganzi to join up with the launch vessel commissioned by the air. Accident Investigation Branch the to search teams one of them sponsored by a crowdfunding operation on behalf of the solid family. Will check four nautical square miles. The seabed will be scoured using a combination of sonar technology an unmanned submersible vehicles. It's expected the search will take around three days. If nothing is found in that time the teams have as yet no plans to continue. Scientists in the United Arab Emirates say the country's coral reefs have suffered catastrophic damage because of Brecqhou see temperatures and pollution researches found that the hot summer of two thousand seventeen left ninety four percent of Abu Dhabi's reefs bleached three quarters of it is now dead called in Saudi and coffee. Waters has also been destroyed. BBC news. Seven oh six is.
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"Presidency. While there she. News in a development that could dramatically change the composition of the federal penitentiary system. Politicians are expected to pick up as many as seventy seats in federal prisoners twenty nineteen. Immigration news in an effort to lower social security and Medicare costs the US immigration department announced they're going to begin deporting American senior citizens. A spokesman for the department said the decision was made because senior citizens are easier to catch in less likely to find their way back. Florida news. The body of a man was found wrapped in white sheets in the trunk of a car in Jacksonville. And the sheriff's office said no foul play is suspected only in Florida could this possibly make sense. Macaroni, San Francisco news. San Francisco spent two hundred thousand dollars to create a transgender cultural district in the heart of the city's famed tenderloin district is a busy area that every traffic intersection the pedestrian lights flash walking don't walk because cross and don't cross the decision. They've already reached. Question of the week, Jack. Why does Miami have such a bad reputation answer? I really don't know unless it's because of all the crime violence, and the great many senior citizens who after retiring and losing most of their vision and hearing move there and get driver's licenses. Airline news. A Southwest Airlines flight skidded off the runway while landing at Burbank airport during a rainstorm in the San Fernando Valley passenger verbs are very lucky. They're flying south west United would have charged. Everybody a twenty five dollar excitement fee. Amazon news, Amazon is locating new headquarters in Arlington Virginia, New York City in return for tax breaks infrastructure, improved much four seats in the US house of representatives and replacement of the statue of liberty with a three hundred forty foot tall statue of Jeff. Bezos, naked ever seen a grown, man. They do awards news the Golden Globes awards sponsored by the Hollywood Foreign Press association were held earlier this month, the award show illustrates Hollywood's worldwide appeal, California here I come by the way is the national anthem of six countries in this sphere, fear alone..
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"For a few minor utterances about cultural issues with little or no follow up. There has been scanned support for these conservative principles or values on my radio show over the last decade, people have repeatedly called expressing their fears that our national sovereignty is diminishing. And that this country will be sold out to an international new world order, they fear that American citizens will no longer have the protections or are US constitution that it will be replaced by a constitution forged by the United Nations. No longer will. We have the Bill of rights to protect us. It will be a new watered-down Bill of wrongs from the new ruling bureaucrats. The concern that American law will be subjected to international. Or is not an empty fear. And then I go into the Mexican government meddling with an Arizona state law with proposition two hundred and I ask who gave Mexico the right to dictate American policy, and I wrote frankly, Mexico doesn't have a Chihuahua in this fight last time, I checked Arizona was not a Mexican territory. Nor could Mexico require us to put illegal Mexican. They alliens on the dole that hasn't stopped the Mexican American legal defense and education fund, a bona FIDA enemy within from lecturing us saying that proposition two hundred is an illegal impermissible unconstitutional state attempt to regulate immigration policy, which is a fundamental function and responsibility of by federal government. They wrote proposition two hundred is mean-spirited and un-american that was written by the group called the Mexican American legal defense and education fund back in two thousand two. I then wrote that our federal officials seemed to be allies of those international forces who would override our democracy. And I go on it. I don't have to quote myself. You can read the book yourself if you have it in your library. The barbarians are a small minority. Do not be afraid of them. They are the Bob Aaron's, they pose as the saviors of our country. All these college students who put on black masks and up pipes and throw things at those March with the flags. Now, I gotta ask you something. Have you thought through what would happen to this nation? If I were eliminated. Have you thought about what this nation would become if the immigration department was eliminated as Charles Schumer, Nancy Pelosi and all the other? No, nothing's are. Now screeching think about it. Be right back joined us Savage Nation. Call now, eight five.
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"Larry elder. Larry visit firing. Thank you for taking my call for immigration department can charge. Ten. Legally in this country. A final five thousand dollars fifty billion dollars collected enough to. For walk and get rid of. The locie humor mouth. Triple eight nine seven one eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three larryelder. Relieffactor dot com studio. President Trump joke that people are calling the wall. A medieval solution. The use of the word manufactured, it's manufactured by them every single of the negatives. But then winning because it's common sense. It's common sense. They say a wall is medieval. Well, so is a wheel a wheel is older. They're wall. I looked at every single car out there, even the really expensive ones that the secret service users and believe me they are expensive. I said do they all have wheels? Yes. Oh, I thought it was medieval the wheel is older than the wall. And there are some things at work. You know, what a wheel works at a wall works nothing like wall, the government shutdown because Democrats will not fund border security, plain and simple, and again, more than just the walls. They're open borders agenda threat, all American families, including millions of legal immigrants throughout our nation. Did the did the Wilco before the wall? Kind of wall kinda wheel. Both of them are pretty old. I know that here's what a border doctors said about illegal aliens abusing our healthcare system. Yes. That would be the situation. A lot of these people are repeat. Repeat offenders, if you want to put a lake that some of these individuals come across and have their baby and have a full family of all anchor babies in my practice and the thirty one years I've been doing this. I have had patients who come across to have their baby. And they themselves were an anchor-baby but had never spent a day in the United States. They crossed the border with a birth certificate from when they were born they had never seen the United States and here they are to have their baby. And it's the second generation anchor-baby and at CORUS taxpayer's expense. ABC's Jonathan Karl asked the president when he's going to reopen the government and the president turned the question around. And it was funny. What else? Why not sign the other bills? So some of these workers can get paid the government should do that. Do you think I should do that John? I mean, it's not for me that I watch your one-sided reporting. Do you think I should do? John. Well, the the argument tell me tell me. I'm saying that if you sign that these workers can start getting paid the government can do that. If you were in my position, you do that. I'm not in your position, I'm asking you. If you've got something I'm asking you when you do that if you're in my position because if you would do that you should never be in this position. Because you'd never get anything done by everybody. Thank you very much. Thank you. Now, let's just take this from the top see anybody out there. Even if you're on the left, even if you despise the idea of a border wall. Do you really believe there isn't the money there? For whatever reason. Barack Obama asked for twenty five billion dollars for something like for the border security border protection. You telling me that you guys wouldn't have given to them. So calling it a wall is a term that you find so offensive determined self is an eight morality president call it what you want. The idea is to stem the flow of illegal immigration. You got all this money for other things seven hundred eighty seven billion dollars in Bodacious for Obama so called stimulus plan notice when Obama Brexit how. Well, the economy is he doesn't talk about stimulus nor did he talk about the cash for. Clunkers cars for caucus program, the cost taxpayers billions of dollars. He didn't brag about that. Or the cash for clunkers program doesn't break about that. Why not? My goodness all the money that we spend every single year at the federal department of education, a department that are not even exist. Education is a state and local function for crying out loud. At the mission of the department of education was to improve test scores vis-a-vis our competitors in Europe and in Asia. They haven't done it. So why do we have one? It should be anathema to any Republican. But generally, speaking Republicans come in with their own plans for their own department of education. They have a different plan than the outgoing democrat plan. Doesn't matter. It's still an intrusion intrusion. A violation of the whole concept of federalism for there to be a federal education department and think about all the money that could be saved without any impact whatsoever. Don't get me started on Amtrak money losing every single year money-losing and the governments in the passenger rail business for qua- explained that to me. I could come up with twenty five billion dollars without even breaking a sweat. Now, here's what Megan said about relief factor. I've been using relief factor for a little bit over a month. Thirty four year old woman that has been in a car accident, I suffered from severe neck pain shooting pain, down my arms and legs would often cause me to lend at one point. I was going.