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Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia

UN News

01:05 min | 4 d ago

Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia

"This is. Un catch-up dateline. Geneva a weekly review of international news from the united nations. Thanks for listening to the show. I'm daniel johnson and over the next fifteen minutes also will be hearing about the week's top stories from yemen to peru to the hunt for the origins of covid nineteen plus. We'll be hearing about how the world food program is addressing hunger crisis in madagascar. This forced some people to eat mud and leaves to survive and as ever will be hearing from regular guests salon bell tailgate cutters and alfred yellow. That's all coming right up. But first to madagascar where the worst food crisis in decades continues to play out in the south of the country also known as the grand sued apart from a chronic lack of rain the indian ocean island is vulnerable to climate shocks like the massive thunderstorms that have shifted sand dunes. Burying what little people have managed to grow. The caveat crisis has made things even worse putting a halt to the occasional neighboring

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Another Year, Another Record: 2020 Was One Of The Hottest Years Yet

710 WOR Programming

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

Another Year, Another Record: 2020 Was One Of The Hottest Years Yet

"Say 2020 was the second hottest year on record. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say average temperatures last year were only pointed 04 degrees cooler. And in 2016. That's the year that Cole's Thekla aren't stop. Spot oceans were also exceptionally warm last year with a record high sea temperatures in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. NASA says the last seven years have been the warmest on record highlighting long term global warming trends.

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Interview With Wanuri Kahiu

The Trip

04:49 min | Last month

Interview With Wanuri Kahiu

"Why is that such common question. What is that breakfast question. i would have for breakfast. Had part ahead Sarah millet porridge with spice were Cattleman cinnamon brown sugar and Yeah and but the. The partridge flowers made from millet mood for millet. Which gives it and then they and then they sour it somehow so it's like sour millet porridge and then i like to put coconut milk and spice in that sounds like porridge is usually this just bland. That's what it's supposed to be. Sounds like you're going to opposite direction. Gosh no. I discovered porridge of been discovering parche. All my life. I think it's a process of continual rediscovery honestly like my grandmother's purchase. The best part in the whole world was a best best best best best partridge and then i lived in mombasa for awhile in the night i tasted the part in mombasa and that was the best and i started feeling guilty about liking another party. More than my grandmother's really. Did you have a chance. you're still with us. I'm sorry you can even taste it. You couldn't even get her on board. You can do and also a little bit like mombasa. You're still living out in mombasa or you're you're here full-time based was what was that dalliance with the coast. I've always wanted to live at the coast. Feel like the coast is just a super magical wonderful. Can't i can't even explain mombasa's just it's beautiful. It's one of my. It's like going to the coast dismal. The ken coast is my happy place. All is has been in the indian ocean and the beaches and the coast on on the south coast of the northern. The most beautiful beaches anywhere. I've ever seen Right let's go. Yeah we're gonna so we have mambas where it's at. This deanne is where. It's at. So i just i try and spend as much time as possible so for a while. I thought i could live there. I was just like you know. I can live anywhere. Move bats while you can live anywhere. I mean you can in theory but you but but you can't is super small. It's like It's it was small. It was small for what i needed to do. So i was constantly like jumping on like an extra flight to just to get out of mombassa into opportunity into life and work. Yeah i'm going to pull a thomas friedman on your i i was talking to my cabdriver right from us saying the same thing everybody. He grew up with those living in nairobi. Now it's nice and there's no jobs. But that's i mean. La maybe is an exception. I don't know like a all of the people. There are trying to make it not nice but they. You know beautiful places. Great beach never have good jobs. There's never enough you're to go back to some godforsaken place like new york to get your work done okay. So attlee whenever people say where you from like visiting la and people say where he from. Mo's like the east coast the true your coaster. No because no because yeah kenya's the other east coast and you from the great lakes. That work no i was. I don't know isn't this Right so you're an east coaster kenya being on the east coast in but not like a proper east coast would still be mombassa again. The default how far back to your born raised in nairobi. Yep But then became hopping on a flight to get into life you. You hopped out pretty young young university even before that the last two years of high school i did them in the uk was there. Like that's when. I realized i was black. Hard thing to figure out here. I didn't know i didn't know it. I am like now i hadn't heard of it. I wasn't having race conversations with my parents. I'm having race conversations with my children now I just it was just it. Wasn't it wasn't a thing. Tribe was a thing. And we're trying to get over that and you know but race wasn't a thing i remember i had a white auntie and jews lake. You know like different. It's just like the odd person out. Wow you know. That's just because she was different.

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Undersea Earthquakes Reveal Sound Warming Info

60-Second Science

03:01 min | Last month

Undersea Earthquakes Reveal Sound Warming Info

"Climate change feels like something that's happening to the atmosphere but most of the action is actually at sea about ninety percent of the heat that gets trapped by greenhouse gases is absorbed by the ocean. So it's it's really important to track that energy and time it system and check the warming the ocean. Un kelly's an oceanographer at caltech. Of course the ocean is really big and taking its temperature is hard. Satellites give information about the surface and scientists have launched shifting devices that measure conditions in the upper mile of water but researchers still struggled to collect data from the deep ocean and to detect the long term trends underlying day to day variations in temperature now however scientists have developed a new technique that allows them to measure temperature changes across entire ocean basins. The idea dates back to the nineteen seventies when researchers first proposed using sound waves to study ocean warming because the speed of sound through water depends on the physical properties of that water which are related to temperature and lawfully if we will mobs ocean temperature by one degree this on the speed of change. It's it would be for meters pass. Kent and this is. This is very sensitive. Change when bo wu seismologist also at caltech who led the study that one degree he mentioned is a celsius degree researchers originally proposed using artificial sound sources but that notion got nixed because of concerns about the impacts on marine animals in the new study however woo kelly's and their colleagues show that they can use the sounds produced by earthquakes instead in an earthquake. Some vibrations bounced off the sea floor in. Turn into sound waves. That get picked up by seismometers. Underwater microphones the researchers. Looked the travel times of these sound waves for two thousand pairs of earthquakes. That occurred in the east indian ocean between two thousand and five and twenty sixteen. Each earthquake pair happened in the same place but at different times allowing the researchers to measure how much the sound waves sped up the analysis revealed that the waves traveled a few tenths of a second faster in more recent quakes than older ones a difference that translates to a warming trend zero point zero four degrees celsius per decade four. One hundredths of a degree may not sound like a lot. But it represents a huge amount of heat considering. It's the change in a body of water almost two thousand miles wide and several miles deep. The warming is also substantially higher than the rate reported in previous studies. Although kelly says not to put too much stock in those discrepancies. We don't know whether that is the general finding new curse Here in this in this region at this time or whether that is something we'll find another beach says while we just don't have the date is yet. the study is in the journal. Science kelly's and wu save this approach may even enable scientists to gauge historical temperature changes by studying data from much older earthquakes. In other words. You could say that the method is sound.

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Man dies in shark attack at popular tourist spot in Western Australia

Jesus Christ Show (PRN)

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Man dies in shark attack at popular tourist spot in Western Australia

"Shark attack in the waters off Australia, the eighth fatality this year, Police say A man was pulled from the Indian Ocean onto cable beach, a popular tourist spot and died a short time later. The shark which lingered close to the shore for about a half hour after the attack. Shot by police. I'm camp

Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

KOGO Weekend News Edition

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Thousands march in Mauritius over dead dolphins, oil spill

"Protested Saturday Mauritius over the government's slow response to an oil spill from a grounded Japanese shift and the alarming discovery of dozens of dead dolphins in recent days. The Mars peacefully through the capital Port Louis, a month after the ship struck a coral reef of the Indian Ocean Island nation. Later cracked under the pounding surf is built around 1000 tons of fuel and a fragile marine areas. One last

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End of 'Green Sahara' May Have Spurred a Megadrought in Southeast Asia

60-Second Science

02:19 min | 5 months ago

End of 'Green Sahara' May Have Spurred a Megadrought in Southeast Asia

"Thousand years ago the Sahara had extensive grasslands and was dotted with lakes and trees but some five thousand years ago that Green Sahara dried up to become the enormous desert. We know today and scientists. Now think that this climate shift had effects far away including causing a mega drought in South East, Asia Kathleen are Johnson a Paleo climatologist and geochemists at the University of California Irvine says the key to that discovery were Stalagmites collected in cave in northern Laos. So like my I really amazing archives of past climate variability people are often more familiar with things like tree rings, ice cores, or maybe ocean sediment cores while select nights work in a similar way in that, they are deposited over time Johnson's team analyzed trace elements and carbon and oxygen isotopes in the hardened caved drippings that information enables researchers to determine rainfall patterns over the Millennia and. Johnson and her colleagues discovered signs of a thousand year long drought in Laos which began around the same time. The Sahara dried up about five thousand years ago as for why the two events might be connected the researchers simulated the drying out of the Sahara using climate models and included a couple things we know happened including the subsequent disappearance of vegetation and a connected increase in airborne dust, and they found that those variables. Would have been capable of cooling down the Indian Ocean and so the Cooler Ocean temperatures basically led to less moisture being being brought by monsoon circulation during the summertime when that region gets most of its rainfall, the details are in the journal Nature Communications One of Johnson's co-authors is joyce white a consulting scholar at the Penn Museum. She studies the Human History of Southeast Asia and her reaction when she first heard about the drought. On my God that's the missing millennia the missing millennia because she says, archaeological data are scant in that part. Of Southeast. Asia from four to six thousand years ago white says it's a critical period in which hunter-gatherers gave way to farmers, and there are a lot of debates about how the two periods related to each other. But we lacked the evidence in the area. I'm most interested in which is the maycom valley. White says this study doesn't answer that question directly, but the mega drought is a tantalizing clue for archaeologists has they continue to investigate those missing millennia.

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Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil off Mauritius has split apart

"Disaster is unfolding, you're protected areas of the Indian Ocean, A grounded ship that's leaked tons of oil near the island nation of Mauritius has now split apart. There are questions about who's going to pay for the cleanup as correspondent Corey and Joji reporter to Japanese companies involved. One is the owner of the ship, a very small company called Osugi Shipping now legally, according to what's known technically, is the bunker rule. They are responsible for paying all of that. But when you consider that the operator of the ship, which is another Japanese company, but very large shipping company called me T O escape, they're technically not liable to pay for any of the of the cleanup costs. Environmentalists are warning that the thousands of gallons of leaked oil or damaging nearby coral reefs in coastal areas, and some of that damage might be irreversible.

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Japanese Cargo Ship Splits In Two Off Mauritius Coast

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Japanese Cargo Ship Splits In Two Off Mauritius Coast

"A Japanese ship that ran aground near the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius is getting worse. The vessel split apart today and correspondent carry in Ogi reports that's made up clean up efforts even more urgent now originally was carrying 4000 tons of oil. About 1000 of that 1000 tons has already seeped into the waters into the around the surrounding islands, and 3000 that remained was literally pumped out using helicopters. There are volunteers around the island, literally scooping the oil out of the sea.

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KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Three shootings in one city Democrats prepare I'm Christopher Cruz. 17 people have been shot in Cincinnati. It happened early this morning. In what police believe to be separate incidents. 10 people were shot at one of the locations. Two of them may be dead. In another location. Three people were shot and in 1/3 4 were shot. Including two who, police say might be dead as will Democrats are preparing for an entirely online convention. It begins tomorrow. Correspondent Jessica Dean's in Wilmington, Delaware. With the Biden campaign's gonna be two hours Monday through Thursday. The speeches are also going to be shorter. They're going to be much more concise that we should expect to also see more people from all across the country being featured Trump Campaign advisor Jason Miller telling ABC this morning. That pool's showing the president is far behind Joe Biden are not an accurate snapshot of the electorate. There is no scenario where 27% of Republicans have all just magically gone poof and disappeared in the last four years. So what we're looking at our models that were corrected, 2016 we believe will be a correct in 2020. We feel good about where we are grounded Japanese oil tanker that has already leaked tons of oil near protected areas off the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius. Has now split into two pieces. Correspondent Koji and Joji in Tokyo is monitoring developments originally was carrying 4000 tons of oil. About 1000 of that 1000 tons has already seeped into the waters into the around the surrounding islands, and 3000 that remained was literally pumped out using helicopters. There are volunteers around the island, literally scooping the oil out of the sea. President Trump appointing a conservative doctor to the White House Corona virus Taskforce. Scott Atlas has no expertise, however, in public health or infectious diseases. I'm Christopher..

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Mauritius: 'Most of the oil' removed from damaged ship

Not Too Shabby

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Mauritius: 'Most of the oil' removed from damaged ship

"Oil has now been removed from a stranded Congo ship, which spilled fuel in the Indian Ocean off Mauritius. The prime minister prevent, Jugnauth said Salvage crews had pumps more than 3000 over 4000 tons of oil from the fuel tanks. The rest has leaked into the sea. Cleanup operation is continuing. Mr Juggernauts denied that his government had been slow to act. The weather deteriorated so much that one of the tanks was damage and oil started to spill over. Even at that time, we could not start pumping from the tax because the weather conditions were still very back. We were advised that the pipes would break and also that lives off people could be put at Chris. Hong

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Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continues

Pod Save the World

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Mauritius seeks compensation as oil spill cleanup continues

"Residence of Mauritius which is an island east of Madagascar in the Indian. Ocean are calling for international help to stop the economic and ecological damage from an oil spill that has already leaked thousand tons and could dump twenty, five, hundred more local authorities have done what they can to plug this leak but they're concerned that this tanker that ran aground could just split in half. This bill is already devastated local wildlife the local economy the local food supply the ship is Japanese Japan said they're going to help with the operation but locals are calling for a full-scale international response. Let's hope they get it. We just wanted to raise that because this sounds like a potential disaster. Yeah. In the kind of thing that. You know he's not front and center given all the other news in the world. But again, like this is another reason why you need like a functioning vehicle for collective action around the world, which is missing in the absence of the US playing that role. Because you know these kinds of things can have devastating a long lasting ecological impacts so. Good to raise it in in the kind of thing that I'd like to see the. US. Again, if there's a change administration would take the lead on on in the response to this kind of thing unfortunately, not going to happen under trump.

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Urgent pumping removes oil from ship grounded near Mauritius

Morning Edition

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Urgent pumping removes oil from ship grounded near Mauritius

"Are continuing off Mauritius to prevent a larger oil spill after a Japanese ship ran aground there. NPR's ater Peralta says at least 1000 tons of oil have already spilled into the Indian Ocean. The ship struck a coral reef last week, but it still has more than 2000 tons of oil on board. And right now there is a desperate attempt to pump all of that fuel out of the hole before the ship breaks up. Local news has shown video of the island nation's pristine white beaches soaked in black fuel. They showed volunteers using sheets and homemade booms to try to soak up the fuel.

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Ship leaking tons of oil in Mauritius is close to splitting apart

WBBM Late Morning News

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil in Mauritius is close to splitting apart

"Thousands of students, environmental activists and residents from the island nation of more issues have been working around the clock. Trying to reduce oil spill damage to the Indian Ocean from a ship that ran aground on a Coral reef last month that's found the waves are making on the coast of Mauritius, thes days thick with an estimated one tonne of oil that sleep from a Japanese cargo ship. The prime minister has declared a state of emergency and appealed for international help. Happy Cam Bully of Greenpeace Africa says the spill is a symptom of a global issue out of our own addiction to oil. This thing didn't go into more satellite images show a dark, slick spreading and volunteers are fashioning along oil booms to keep it away from sensitive wetlands. The ship was carrying a total of four tons of oil and forecasts of rough seas are raising worries. That new cracks in the hall could leak

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Ship leaking tons of oil in Mauritius

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Ship leaking tons of oil in Mauritius

"Of students, environmental activists and residents of Mauritius have been working around the clock trying to reduce the damage to that Indian Ocean island after a ship ran aground on the coral reef and started leaking oil. That's the sound the waves are making on the coast of Mauritius, thes days thick with an estimated one tonne of oil that sleep from a Japanese cargo ship. Prime minister has declared a state of emergency and appealed for international help. Happy Cam Bully of Greenpeace Africa says the spill is a symptom of a global issue out of our own addiction to oil. This thing didn't go into more satellite images show a dark, slick spreading and volunteers there. Fashioning long oil booms to keep it away from sensitive wetlands ship was carrying a total of four tons of oil. Forecasts of rough seas are raising worries that new cracks in the hall could leak more. I'm Ben

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Mauritius races to contain oil spill, protect coastline

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Mauritius races to contain oil spill, protect coastline

"Trying to reduce the damage to the Indian Ocean island from an oil spill that's been spreading from a ship that ran aground on a coral reef last month that's the sound of the waves are making on the coast of Mauritius these days thick with an estimated one ton of oil that's leaked from a Japanese cargo ship the prime minister has declared a state of emergency and appealed for international help have become belay of Greenpeace Africa says this bill is a symptom of a global issue the government out of our own injection oil because this bundles including going to mortgage satellite images show a dark slicks spreading and volunteers are fashioning long oil booms to keep it away from sensitive wetlands the

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Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

Leo Laporte

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

"Of an island nation off the east coast of Africa have been stuffing fabric sacks with sugar cane leaves to make makeshift oil spill barriers as tons of fuel continues to spill out of a grounded ship. A government of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean has declared an environmental emergencies. Waves pound a Japanese ship that's been grounded in leaking oil since July 25th wildlife workers and volunteers of fairy dozens of baby tortoises in rare plants over to the mainland Francis it's sending help from nearby Reunion

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Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

"An environmental crisis in the Indian Ocean. An oil spill from a ship that ran aground has reportedly threatening the pristine lagoons of the island nation of Mauritius. Photos of the spill show the thick black sticky oil seeping into waterways and coding the water in the ground. The president of Mauritius is appealing to France for help since it's not far from the French island of Rome, Young Sing. Our country does not have the skills and expertise to refloat stranded ships. The economy there is tourism based on already impacted by the pandemic, now looking at environmental impacts on food and health, as well as the economy.

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Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded ship

"An environmental crisis in the Indian Ocean and oil spill from a ship that ran aground is reportedly threatening the pristine lagoons of the island nation of Mauritius. Photos of the spill show the thick black sticky oil seeping into surrounding waterways Encoding the water and the ground. The president of Mauritius is appealing to France for help since it's not far from the French island of Rome, Yang Saying Our country does not have the skills and expertise to refloat stranded ships. The economy. There is tourism based on already impacted by the pandemic now looking at environment, environmental impacts on food and health as well as the economy.

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01:35 min | 7 months ago

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02:18 min | 7 months ago

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"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"C. Relatives a take one of these one of these launches Ferrier's <hes> down to the Delta you end up in one of the southern cities each of which describes lives of selves as the Venice of Bangladesh will would you town that every city has a lot of waterways in it a delightful and very inexpensive trip. I'm sure you should probably take profit guided to with travel company company but just traveled with the ordinary people and people will strike up a conversation with you probably invite you to the home when you get to the other end. It's a it's a great way to see how rivers defy the life of countries excellent choice. Let's start to wrap things up <hes> Chris what is new on the amateur traveler this week. We just did a show about SOC- schedule I had a big hole elon the candidate map of amateur travelling we'd never done a show about Saskatchewan so we just filled in that whole desk because most Canadians don't even go to sketch on on the on the blog I actually wrote a a locals guide to taking a ball game in San Francisco and what you need to know if you're going to go to what is now Oracle Park Excellent Jen. Where can people find you online still not so much online except for on twitter at at and at bay curious mom I'm still working on my Las Vegas guidebook with Cora and really hope to have that done by in time for Tea Beck's billings excellent spud what is new on the inappropriate traveling this week? <hes> the inappropriate traveler podcast is going to have within within about three hours. I hope <hes> in interview with rich grant <hes> a man who spent thirty five years is representing a Denver tour and who has this wildly successful blog called walking and drinking so figure rich was a good candidate for the inappropriate traveler and <hes> just getting all the information behind it up. I've been getting pictures up and that'll be up later today but today is actually two weeks from now so by the time this area just to be working on something like that <hes> this working on Gary Art interview on the podcast so look forward to that coming soon and David where can people find you online. They can find my website David h mold ammo you L. D. or one word dot COM <hes>.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"A. ninth largest land area already country in the world but less than twenty million population a lot of it is step Odessa not a whole lot to see but there was an interesting places a scattered around on Marty. The former capital ships in the foes of the tin shine in the southeast is a is a is a really interesting city and I as European city as well so essential Asia. We'll stop. We'll stop to attract more more more tourists. I mean the the other issue there of course is language when I first started going that nobody spoke English. I mean I kind of have to learn Russian author quickly well as I could today. More young people have learned English. It's a lot more tourist friendly <hes> than it was but you still put up with officials will try to kit you up full <hes> bribes and things a lot that I mean I it it. It's in a in a way it's almost fun. I remember once I was finishing a job and I was coming to the airport email marty. This is very typical of what happens because public officials the police are underpaid and so I was stopped by two policemen who said we looked at my passport. They said Oh you'll kind of your resident's permit. Something called issued by State Office. FISA is out of date two days out of this that will be a hundred dollar five. Let's say a really. I said it's hard to believe that they did no mandate fines for offenses like like that in U._S.. Dollars I said so. Please show me please show me in your book where it says a hundred dollar fund so we go to this office with talking and they're shopping around paperless at anyway. I don't have a hundred dollars with me and they say oh. How much do you have? I say the two hundred Tenge whatever is fifty dollars at oh that'll do fine. I mean have a shot of vodka so I mean you know that's kind of goes on you. GotTa go with the flow on it and I do understand it because a lot of these public officials at least at that time <hes> had not been paid at all or they'd be paid very little and so way they put food on the table was to you know it up motorists for traffic offenses or hit up a wondering Westerners mice like myself for whatever they could get so that level of corruption I think is still there. It it is an annoyance is probably less than it used to be <hes> but I think all of the countries in Central Asia becoming more tourist friendly and will be increasingly popular destinations for U._S.. End for European travelers in particular. I was surprised we do a trip once a year for listeners of amateur traveler and we voted on the trip for next year which was going to be in Turkey but number two was the stance number two. was you know some some trip through the stands and I was surprised that it showed up that high because it's it's not turkeys actually cheaper because because you know the the infrastructure and fewer flights and things like that it's probably twice as much to go to the stands but we that came in a strong second place it interesting that you refer to stands as if it's electorate and this is kind of where the title of my book came from postcards from Stab because come back from Kirgiz stable wherever has stopped and explained to my colleagues believe and they go oh you know because people can't place him on the map you know a geographical black no somewhere between Turkey and China took in Iran and China and ob stopped to the Oh you've just been to Stan land and actually that's nonsense because the word Stamm it's a it's a Persian word and it means land so literally lab bland.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"David I want to worship pitcher being British and because India was a former British colony. Do you notice certain cultural ties that may exist because I've noticed this as the American when I go to certain countries like the Philippines or Japan even <hes> where the U._S. has had a lot of involvement say the last century <hes> they're really kind of small things and I've noticed like in <hes> in in the U._k.. Today the number one ordered pub food is now chicken Tika Marsala which true and there are. I don't know if you noticed but in the new cabinet that was formed by Boris Johnson the number to the number four guys <hes> were Indian and Pakistani and there's a lot of these you know you go to India now. What is the thing that everyone is crazy about its cricket? They're probably the most fanatical cricket country in the world <hes> <hes> So do you notice a lot of these. These cultural ties these small linkages that a lot of people like if I'm an American. I may not notice I think I think I do. I mean you know growing up in Britain. I am in India. It was always there was fairly significant. Migration from India in what today is Pakistan to Britain after world will too so. I mean that you know the food was always around me down. My parents were somewhat conservative than that tastes. You don't WanNa go and have that carry stuff. You don't know what they say about the kind of black black pudding we were eating. You know I worked as a journalist in Yorkshire in the north of England and in Bradford <hes> sitting next leaves where I was based could be a large Pakistani community since World War Two looking in the textile mill so I mean that was always around me and then going back to we'll going to India and Pakistan as well <hes> and kind of looking at that colonial Lowell heritage..

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"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

This Week in Travel

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on This Week in Travel

"However wanted welcome to another episode of this week and Travel Money Garin coming to you from my mom's basement in Wisconsin where they just had some horrible storms several days of power outages more trees. He's knocked down than I've ever seen before and this is the kind of weather which does not occur in the place where my guest host lives Mr Chris Christianson in California where the weather is always perfect. The people are always beautiful. All the children are above average average. Are we doing sir doing very well. No we just have warm that laugh as usual is also from the place where the weather never changes as the people ever change Jen Leo. How're you doing great doing great? I would love to see you on an episode of Lake Wilbur Guy Gary true story I kind of was back in the nineties. My company was hired. This is in the earlier Lee early early days of the Internet to do a thing for garrison Keeler show <hes> big a-hole really massive jerk recently yeah yeah and I won't tell you this people wouldn't believe me and then all the stuff came out. I was like I told you <hes> you know. We've been doing this show now for ten years. We've done a quarter of a thousand episodes trying to put that in terms that sound impressive we <hes> we make excuses for the fact that you did the intro I with the microphone on Mute since the guy who didn't record it when I was in some cave remind we haven't changed the format of this show very much at all in ten years like we we've got the same people we've got the same format same everything we don't sound effects no but <hes> we're now changing it up a little. We're GONNA add another guest because we haven't been recording much. It's always because of our schedule right. It's hard getting all three of us together at the same time so we're adding a fourth person and you may know this person from the Internet because he's a longtime digital native in a podcast stor podcast is inappropriate travel- traveler. Please welcome Spud Hilton another blogger another podcast or added to the show <hes> someone that can help us in the the big fight against print media. Thanks a lot and another out media sure <hes> actually we just did a <hes> an episode of the inappropriate traveler when we were in Boston it was great had gary on it will. I'm going to have to do some editing because it was by far are twice as long as any of the other podcasts I had done and that was in part because of having a guest host Tasha hacker who was was pretty great too but Gary because his accidentally appropriate well no never never verged on appropriate. That's for sure <hes> but yeah no Gary Gary's definitely a good interview for podcasts. I'm sure you know yeah as we mentioned on the last episode of the show someone actually wrote Chris asking where they can find more gary episodes of the amateur traveler never hear the end of that the only thing I should say before we introduced this. Week's guest is the one change we've made in the show and I don't want us to forget. We used to have a fourth co host in the very first episodes of the show who wasn't able to continue on with us <hes> so we shouldn't forget Chris Elliott because he was it was a guest host to worry was a co host on the show..

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"indian ocean" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on Here & Now

"And so it's an amazing story, and it's right in our own backyard here, but some sometimes the best expeditions on the show are just the ones that that really reveal a story to you that you don't know. Is there a place that you really wanna go something, you really wanna look for the you haven't gotten to yet, so many places, you know, it's a funny thing, I think at the outset of my career, I thought, oh, the more I travel the more, you know, whittled down this this bucket list. But in fact, the more you travel the longer that list gets and I remember the first time I went to China. I thought well, I'm gonna check China off my list, and then you really look at a map of China for the first time as a traveler, and you go, oh, my Lord. This place is huge, you know. And so the more you travel, the more you you learn about I have a real fascination with with islands, and those are sometimes the hardest places to get to always wanted to go to Pitcairn island in the Pacific, which is where the crew the HMS bounty. Escape to after they meet neared, the bounty and the Seychelles and the Maldives in the Indian Ocean, you know, places that are high on my bucket list back to what you're about to do coming up in Egypt. Are you worried at all just about the idea of going into what would be a sacred place and and opening up a sarcophagus? It is a question that I think archaeologists have to think about a lot. You know, there are cultures in the world China to bring it back to China's an interesting example, there are incredible archaeological potentially great archaeological sites there of Chinese emperors that have never been excavated because there is still a real reverence to the preservation of those sites as being sealed in Egypt. There is unfortunately, a variable which is that looting and the black market of antiquities continues to be an enormous issue. Once a site is found in identified there has to be actually guards and protection of that site, unfortunately because there isn't economy for for looting. So I do think that the responsible thing to do in cases like this is to investigate and preserve and conserve the the history of these places. But I do think you have to approach it with with real reverence. You know, I mean, I think we can't forget that AGIP shins did have a strong belief that that their tombs needed to be protected in a sense. And we are. Outsiders to that tomb. So it is a very delicate thing to to think about in a sense finding these tombs and conserving and preserving these mummies does give them anymore Taliban, an afterlife innocence, but at the same time, it is a sacred place. It is a cemetery will, and I can't think of how many horror films have started out with somebody going in and disturbing the dead. Well, that's right. I mean, if I if I paid attention to to literature or movies. This is a terrible idea. What, you know, opening a mummy sarcophagus? No, no good can come of this. If we follow popular culture that is Josh gates who is the host of expedition, unknown on the Discovery Channel and on Sunday. He will go live underground into gyp tombs, an open an Egyptian sarcophagus. Thank you so much for joining us. Good luck. Thank you, so much pleasure. There are schools fire drills. If you have a certain age, remember, the atomic bomb drills duck and cover under your desk illness, sign of today's times, many students and workers participate in active shooter training, but Japan has had other kinds of disasters earthquakes, NAMI typhoons volcano eruptions, and of course to atomic bomb. So they're a disaster theme park is helping residents prepare for survival. Susan Phillips paid a visit to one and has this report. The. So I have to put this tablet on a Tokyo.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Votes memories of the Indian Ocean me into thousands and four which killed people in fourteen countries. The United States Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin has spoken on the telephone to the chief executives of the. Six top banks his talks apart of an effort by the Trump administration to assuage investors fears about market volatility. Ben, Lois reports the treasury's only one of nine federal departments which ceased operations this weekend. When funding expired because of a budget deadlock on Capitol Hill, nevertheless, the treasury announced it on Sunday. Mr. Mnuchin had held around the phone calls with top bankers. The treasury said the CEO's had confirmed institutions had enough liquidity available for lending last week. So the worst falls in US stocks since the financial crisis of two thousand and eight investors have been alarmed by suggestions, President Trump discussed whether he could sack Jerome Powell, the chairman of the us central Bank because of recent interest rate rises, a judge in Myanmar is due to hear an appeal against the convictions of two journalists for the Reuters news agency who were arrested as they investigate the killing of range of Muslims by the Burmese army while loan and Joe so who which for seven years for. Reaches of on Mars official secrets act. Save the children has warned that migrant us facing increasing violence at European borders. The charities partner organization in Serbia has collected more than one thousand three hundred testimonies of children being forced back across borders. This year Europe editor Danny Abraham reports about five hundred of these incidents. It said involved excessive use of force by police and border guards. Some of the children it said with threatens, including with weapons others were beaten up assorted with pepper, spray or have their mobile phones, or money stolen. Save the children flagged up border crossings from Turkey to Bulgaria and Greece and some of the Balkan crossings as ones where a large proportion of the violent incident is said to have taken place that was Danny Eberhard. You're listening to the latest world news from the BBC. Media reports from south career say a team of officials as left for North Korea to check the condition of a road along the railway that used to connect the two countries in the latest sign of improving relations between Solan Pyongyang. Reports from China say a funeral ceremony was held in Beijing on Sunday for you on new controversial. Former government spokesman who said no one was killed in the one thousand nine hundred nine armed crackdown at Tiananmen Square. Mr. Euan died earlier this month at the age of ninety one news of his death briefly appeared in state media outlets before mentions of his name were removed Queen Elizabeth will urge people to treat each other with respect in her annual Christmas message to be broadcast on Tuesday. The remarks are likely to be seen as referring to the debate within Britain Everett's planned withdrawal from the European Union in two thousand nineteen as the BBC's Royal correspondent, nNcholas Mitchell explains in her broadcast tomorrow, the Queen will say this even with the most deeply held differences treating the other person with respect, and as a fellow human being is always a good first step towards greater understanding, the context of those remarks isn't clear from what Buckingham Palace has release. Least it may be doubted. Whether the Queen has set anything explicit about Brexit. But it's clear that the palace is hoping that these few words and a reference to the need for Christian. Goodwill will be construed as an attempt by the monarch to soothe the Brexit debate. One of the world's favorite Christmas carols silent. Knight is celebrating its two hundred ten adversary. It was first performed in Austria in the village of opendorf near Salzburg on Christmas Eve in eighteen eighteen it was unusual for church music at the time because it was written for guitar, and according to legend, mice had damaged the organ the song. Quickly spread across Europe and the United States BBC news. Hello. You're listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with me Emilio San Pedro this anomaly that struck coastal areas around Indonesia soon to straight is now known to have killed at least two hundred and Eighty-one people with fifty seven still unaccounted for.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"The other variable now is to watch out for potential future. Chinese deployments into the Indian Ocean. Which the Indians have been worried about for a for quite some time now, so basically the Indian Ocean is is turning into a pretty big nuclear hot zone to watch. As far as the arms race dynamics. Go. I think what you think that. But I think I see a lot more of those arms race dynamics really playing out on land between the Indians of the park, sunny still. But I think certainly Pakistan's development of the of this sea-launched leg wasn't something that was really taken for granted, maybe in the mid two thousands. But really now seems to be something that they've really started to invest a lot of effort into. Yeah. Grew with that. I think what we're seeing is a match ration- of arms race that has existed in some form another for you know, since the nineteen eighties. And you know, now, we're entering basically the next cycle, which is things are clicking on the land based force for both Augustan, you know, in the early knots fielded the Nassir system which is a tactical nuclear weapon. Capability plus, you know, both are developing their strategic nuclear forces on land. And so moving to see his was kind of the natural culmination. I think from there, you know, again over determined for or organizational bureaucratic procedures Indian case. And I think there's a survivability logic in the Pakistani case. And so, you know, the the the question will be how these dynamics continue, and you know, the the arms race has really been driven. I think largely by my pocket. Stan so far it believed. It needed battlefield nuclear weapons turn Indian conventional attack than it was worried about survivability of strategic choice if India retaliated with nuclear weapons, so that kind of drove Pakistan to build up its forces, drove them to see and the question will be how India decides to respond, and I think a lot of this turns on, you know, whether India is interested in threatening the survivability of Pakistan's. Strategic nuclear forces. Because if they are then I think, you know, we're entering a new phase where India will have to maintain sustain numbers of systems and warheads to maintain somewhat a counterforce advantage and Pakistan will keep building up and moving them around and make targeting much more difficult. And so we could be entering if Pakistan, and it's enough that Pakistan might fear that that's the case. And until there's until unless there's an explicit Indian clarification about. Accepting the deposits secure second strike, Pakistan is always gonna fear Indian threats to the survivability of nuclear force. And so a lot of this on what India's interest is in terms of nuclear strategy, and you know, what kind of targeting of portfolio wants because along as Pakistan believes that India's interested in counterforce when you're going to have vertical arms race until or unless India decides to basically explicitly opt out of it and say, we have no interest in threatening the strategic your strategic nuclear assets. So I think that that's kind of where we are. Now, there are a lot of reasons why do you might be interested in this? But it does create very destabilizing dynamics on the arms race peacetime arms race dynamics. And then obviously anytime there's there are elements of counterforce targeting and any states strategy or believed to be then you start getting I strike instability problems, the need to go preemptively, go I in order devoid, losing and if your nuclear assets, and so, you know, they're both peacetime applications and crises implications. But I mean, I think we're squarely your Pakistan. He's, you know, well before the Indians started even obliquely talking about counterforce being afraid of any kind of hard because all the systems India has been acquiring talking about what you don't talk about. Accuracy so much of your only interested in countervalue retaliation..

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"indian ocean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Forty, five minutes for a few hours during the day. When you say orbit, do you mean the orbit of the space station around the earth? Yes. So I- depending on that position, maybe that are you thinking the earth is gonna maybe protect the space station in the Colonel. It's all of a magnetic field is the magnetic field. The magnetic field of the earth is not aligned with the spin axes. So it's tilted. Okay. And it also doesn't intersect at the inter at the center of the the the planet. And so it's that offset is well, that's part of what. That that tilt and offsets what creates the south like amount that we talked about earlier? I say, but it also lowers the amount of magnetic protection over over. The north door, the part of North America over Canada, that's not very well protected. Okay. And if you over the Indian Ocean. West of Australia that the section Indian Ocean when we cross those geographic points were crossing into areas that are not magnetically protected. I see. So that's your first question and so that so that is, you know, we are. We approaching those regions and if we're not approaching those regions and were protected, even if there's an EDA had a big proton going, we're not crossing those specific zones. Then there's no danger if you will, from the proton. Then during those? Yeah, until you do that. So how much of it is is watching out and watching the crew health and how much of it is watching the vehicle health. Our our role is to screw crew health crew health. So when we we just provide notification. Okay. We just tell me the fly director knows anyway. We say we're on recall because we had a got a proton event going on. I can't go in once a once. We haven't energetic proton events star. We're on. On twenty four hour coverage before our daily. Our normal routine. We.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Indian Ocean well here's the latest missing Malaysia Airlines flight m h three, seventy was likely steered off course deliberately by someone then flew over the southern Indian. Ocean for more than seven hours after communications were severed according to a, safety, report into that disaster the report by nineteen member international team provided no, firm conclusions yet, about what happened even though a lot of people are pointing their finger at the pilot the head, of the, three seventy safety, investigation said that more definitive answers could come if the plane's wreckage in black boxes are ever found, the Boeing seven seven seven carrying. Two hundred and thirty nine people, from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing vanished March eighth two thousand fourteen authorities in Phoenix suburbs say a man fatally stabbed his. Eighty one year old Grandmother because he was tired of taking care of her, Chandler police say, that thirty year old Brandon Smith is being held on suspicion of first degree premedicated stated murder They promise. Of any internet oriented company is that growth is limitless software scales quickly with an amazing series of margins in every human with an internet. Connection is a potential customer, but what happens when you run out of humans according to a research center eighty nine percent of the Americans. Are active on the internet exclude Americans fifty and older and that jumps to ninety seven percent almost. A quarter, of the American say that they are almost constantly online the idea that America's internet addict simply haven't heard of Facebook or net. Flicks is just plain ridiculous everyone has however Facebook's daily active, users. In the US and Canada have gone almost nowhere in the last year and that's not good news let's. Check in with Lauren Weinstein expert on the internet force Lauren.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"We're filling a lot more optimistic today as we are starting to to gain some ground rather than being in the defensive mode on this fire all the time. We're starting to make some good progress out there. The victims included for firefighters as well as a seventy year old woman and two great grandchildren husband described receiving frantic emergency phone call from them. I was talking to my little grandson on a phone. He's saying, we're emplo, please. You gotta come and hill was fires at the back door come and get us. I said, I'm close my so, and I'm trying to get in there and said, I'm. I'm right by North American correspondent. James Cook has more details here in California alone. Twelve thousand firefighters are now battling seventeen major wildfires up and down the state. It's dangerous work. The fourth firefighter to die was thirty three year old. Brian Hughes, the captain of the Addo head hotshots. He was struck by a falling tree while trying to establish a firebreak near Yosemite national park, which officials hope to reopen on Friday to other big fires threatening. The town of lake port where ten thousand buildings that at risk and more than five thousand people have been evacuated further north towards the border with Oregon will than six hundred fifty homes were destroyed in and around the city of reading where the air is thick with the smell and taste of rush to children and their great grandmother among six people who died there when swirling tornadoes of flame swept down from the hills, James Kirk in California. Investigators in Malaysia published a report into the mysterious disappearance of flight m h three seventy four years ago. But the report has no new evidence about why the aircraft vanished. The plane went missing in March twenty fourteen on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with two hundred thirty. Nine people on board. An official search ended earlier this year. The official in charge of the investigation is cooked some deal to the significant lack of evidence available to the team. We are unable to determine with any certainty the reasons that the aircraft diverted from his fath- like plan route, the lack of evidence includes the information recorded on the fright data recorder copied wise recorder and other recording devices on the aircraft that could indicate why the aircraft had flown to the southern Indian Ocean. In conclusion, the team is unable to. To me the real cost for the disappearance damage trees have serum, and he added that there was nothing out of the ordinary and the pilots backgrounds all behavior. We also affirmed that the pilot and the first officer how valid and licensed and medical certificate, and there will be didn't duty time limits at head to quickly rested. And there was no financial dress or behavior changes to the pilot and apple, the radio telephone communication, the pilot and I read the controllers showed that guy was no evidence of any and Saudi stretch. Steve McDonald is our correspondent in Beijing where the flight was meant to land. So how has the report being received that? Well, according to the families of those missing the majority of whom much shiny as there is nothing new in this, you know, here in Beijing with the flight was ju- to land. They had. I've been some hope that this report might finally offer some sort of closure might explain why it is that a major commercial airline would do a one hundred ninety degree turn go off the radar and disappeared off into the Indian Ocean. As far as we can see what the report has found though, is that it was manually diverted, they'd been some sort of, I guess, conspiracies that it could have remotely somehow been diverted from its from its course. But the investigators say, no, somebody was at the controls. Now they're not ruling out food parties being involved in some sort of unlawful interference from on board the plane. But they also can't determine whether or not the pilot was at all times in front of the controls though in terms of the pilot and the co-pilot they could find nothing in their background, nothing in their private lives, which might just something unusual. The main pilot had apparently I almost. I perfect safety record. The plane itself had nothing wrong with it as far as they could determine. So it remains a really terrible mystery for those are agonizing over what is that? Loved ones could have gone missing..

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"indian ocean" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on AP News

"Flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing this morning a new independent investigation concludes that the plane was deliberately diverted and flown for. Over seven hours it is presumed to, have crashed in the Indian Ocean investigators say they still don't, know why the plane disappeared the report notes. The possibility of third-party intervention although. It doesn't explain that President Trump says he's willing to shut, down the government over border security issues he wants money to build a. Wall at, the Mexican border Republicans facing. Midterm elections thinks shutting down the government's bad. Idea congressman Steve stivers in Ohio Republican says I. Think we're gonna make sure, we keep the government open but we're gonna get better policies on immigration he was on ABC's this week President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani says Mr. Trump is open to an. Interview with the lead Russia investigator Robert, Muller but Giuliani says they can't get an answer from him, we have negotiations going on with him we. Have an outstanding offered to them They haven't responded in about a week to ten days. I I don't hold that against him he was on CBS face the. Nation in California they've arrested two people. Suspected of, looting homes, evacuated due to that fierce. Wildfire in reading the fire has killed six people and destroyed hundreds of homes the man. Charged with killing five people. In the newsroom of an Annapolis Maryland newspaper, will be in court today Jared. Ramos faces murder attempted murder. And assault. Charges police say, that a weekend shooting in New Orleans that killed three people and injured seven. Others may be, gang related one of the men killed. In the shooting they say was the. Intended target this is AP radio news Mission impossible. When the weekend box office The mission impossible franchise six movies in all has. Earned almost three billion dollars worldwide.

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"indian ocean" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"indian ocean" Discussed on AP News

"With two hundred thirty nine people on board. While on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing this morning a new independent investigation concludes that the plane. Was deliberately diverted and flown for over seven hours it is presumed to have crashed in the Indian Ocean investigators say they. Still don't know why the plane disappeared, the report notes the possibility of third-party intervention although it doesn't explain, that President Trump says he's willing to shut. Down, the government over border security issues he wants money to build a wall at the Mexican border Republicans facing midterm, elections things shutting down the government's bad idea congressman Steve stivers. In Ohio Republican says I think we're going to make sure, we keep the government open but we're gonna. Get better policies on immigration He. Was on ABC's this week the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani says Mr. Trump is open to an interview with the lead Russia. Investigator, Robert Muller but Giuliani says they, can't get an answer from him we have negotiations going on with, him we have an outstanding offer to them They haven't responded in. About a week to ten days I I don't hold that against him. He was on CBS his face the. Nation in California they've, arrested two people suspected of. Looting homes evacuated due to that fierce wildfire in reading the fire has killed six people. And destroyed hundreds of homes. The man charged with killing five people in, the newsroom of in Annapolis Maryland. Newspaper will be in court. Today Jared Ramos faces murder attempted. Murder and assault, charges police say, that a weekend shooting in New Orleans that killed three people and injured seven. Others may be, gang related one of the men killed. In the shooting they say was the. Intended target this is AP radio news Mission.

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