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Seoul: North Korea shoots SKorean official, burns his body

War Room

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Seoul: North Korea shoots SKorean official, burns his body

"South Korea Thursday accused North Korea firing at a South Korean government official and burning his body carriage the north and punish those responsible. The bat was a government official who disappeared Monday from a South Korean ship that was checking on potential unauthorized fishing near the inner Korean C boundary. Where several inter Korean naval skirmishes have happened.

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North Korean defectors struggle to adjust to new country

RMWorld Travel Connection

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

North Korean defectors struggle to adjust to new country

"Tension rising again between north and South Korea North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and that South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday meantime a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border on

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"Tensions between north and South Korea heating up more North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and South Korea that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the

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North Korea prepares to send propaganda leaflets south in retaliation

Safe Retirement Solutions

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea prepares to send propaganda leaflets south in retaliation

"Tensions on the Korean peninsula North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and that South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday meantime a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border on

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North Korea prepares to send propaganda leaflets south in retaliation

Safe Retirement Solutions

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea prepares to send propaganda leaflets south in retaliation

"Tensions on the Korean peninsula North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and that South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday meantime a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border on

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North Korea threatens to pour 'leaflets of punishment' over South Korea

Abdul at Large

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea threatens to pour 'leaflets of punishment' over South Korea

"North Korea gearing up to send propaganda leaflets over its southern border denouncing north Korean defectors and South Korea according to the north's KCNA news agency that move coming after North Korea blamed the defectors for launching leaflets across the border from South Korea the north also blowing up an inter Korean liaison office this past Tuesday meantime a north Korean defector led group saying Friday that it dropped a plan to send hundreds of plastic bottles stuffed with rice medicine and face masks to North Korea by throwing them into the sea near the Korean border on

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

The Frame

03:32 min | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"Seems like we have to talk about North Korea again the grand opening of the inter Korean liaison office two years ago was a big deal both symbolic and literally it was meant to reflect improving relationships between north and South Korea heavily covered North Korea blew it up laurel why so this incident is highly symbolic the office was meant to facilitate dialogue between the two Koreas and paid for by the south and sitting on the north soil so North Korea framed the decision to destroy the office as retaliation after a group of defectors use balloons to send anti north Korean propaganda leaflets north of the DMZ but this is really just the latest escalation in in this in these tensions after North Korea last week also announced it would cut off all communications with the south as well in response to the leaflets on it in addition the north also said it would re militarize portions of the border that had been peaceful in recent years so this is really a bad sign that Ted that relations between the north and south are in a very bad place right now and this is particularly disappointing for for Korea watchers after after president trump and south Korean president moon actually had made some progress in negotiations with the north over the last few years at least in appearance anyway even though the Singapore summit in twenty eighteen the agreement was mostly symbolic it it's still sort of paved the way for these this dialogue to continue but unfortunately that that's really gone downhill since then and at the same time there are recent reports that are popping up that are saying North Korea has been ramping up its nuclear weapons arsenal John and last year last year it broke an eighteen month hiatus and and weapons tests conducted in eighteen I think tested mostly short range ballistic missiles since then so is Shawn and Kim yo Jong north Korean leader Kim jong-un's sister has taken responsibility for this attack for blowing up the liaison what do we know about her why would she do this she's a sister on on for quite some time she's been on the sidelines Korea watchers would sort of parse state photos and see where she's standing in and for a long time she was this figure shrouded in mystery now she's come to the fore and she's limited she's been quite quite a dramatic presence in all this she seemed to be a bit more ruthless than her brother and and and there's a great deal of speculation about the kind of role she's currently playing within the regime in Pyongyang and and how much influence she has how much growing influence she has I think her coming to the fore is is important the the the move to blow up this office in Quezon is as low as saying huge blow to political blow to moon jae in the south Korean president who's really yoked his legitimacy and his political aspirations on a real fall with north with the north and that that seems to be in in a tough place right now and of course it is our hope that this explosion also kind of very symbolically blows up what what already faded aspirations the trump administration had that its efforts including these incredibly publicized photo ops with between trump and Kim Jong moon it really blows up the city really underscores the hollowness of the trump plan to get North Korea to do to denuclearize

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"On Tuesday north. Korea blew up a joint liaison office on its own territory. Clear the border with south. Korea this comes as relations on the peninsula have deteriorated exacerbated by cross-border propaganda, floated into the country from the south. Young has cut all communication with soul, and threatened to move troops back into the boards own the South Korean. Unification Minister says he takes full responsibility for the worsening relations and has offered his resignation well. Joining me on the line from Seoul is Timothy. Martin. WHO's The Wall Street? Journal correspondent in the city. Tim, wondering about to two thousand eighteen. There was a period of intense negotiation between the two careers. So what went wrong? Well, yeah, that was the apex of this modern approach meant on the Korean Peninsula. South Korean President Moon jae-in met with conjunction three times that year everything seemed to be moving in the right direction, but many of us can recall what happened in Illinois. last February. US and North Korea did not reach a deal on nuclear talks, and basically it's been on a downward slope since then. North Korea had basically ignored South Korea offer much of the past eighteen months. Sort of placing Moon in south, Korea and the timeout corner but in recent weeks. Kill young has reemerged quite angry. Over variety of issues and now they've taken action. So why did young blow up the Liaison Office? It was empty, so it was clearly only a symbolic move, but doesn't mean at least in the eyes of the north at any hope of future collaboration is over. Metaphor call statement to make about their belief of what Korean relations are at the moment literally sending it back to Ground Zero I, think the. Target of this is twofold one the the spokesperson. If you will for this anti South Korean campaign and violence, we saw at the Liaison Office was headed by. Jones Sister Kim Young. Has Risen in prominence within the regime. This allows her image her brand to rise within the regime. In among the North Korean people I think it also sends a broader message to South Korea. about its displeasure with where. economic assistance sanctions relief any type of deal making with the US, the north likes to to lean on south. Korea to try and do. It's bidding and I think what we saw earlier in this week is expressing some of that frustration. So what are the latest military developments from the north? They're coming in almost by the hour we've seen North Korea cutoff official communication's the hotlines with South Korea of this. We have liaison office with Korea has moved some troops closer to the border, and into some civilian posts that had been vacated as part of this twenty eighteen run-up in diplomacy between Moonen kin us, so we're seeing some Increase, heated rhetoric. From state media on North, Korea saying increasingly medicine things day by day. So how has the South responded? What's the line from moon? Yesterday we saw pretty startling about-face from the mood administration. loon in the South Korean government had been. Out stomaching the northwest behavior and tried to play the role pacifier. but yesterday they finally had enough. The North had been antagonizing them. For weeks and months, and so yeah, we saw the presidential Blue House come out and call at some of the state media remarks, rude and Ignorant The military South Korean, military say. If if the Kim regime takes any type of military action, there will be a price to pay. this has been. This is quite a stark shift in the tone from South Korean side. And what about Washington chump has skin in the game, but also has his own problems now. Is that creating a window of opportunity for Pyongyang? I think right now. From widely seen that is priorities. Is Birds do not include North Korea I think if you take a much broader view, North Korea still has tested a nuclear weapon have not launched an ICBM into the skies. That's the red line for the trump administration, so to a certain extent, this status quo where Korea's not conducting type of long range weapons. Testing, There is some comfort with that from Washington's perspective, but again for both sides, trump and Kim. Third they might only have five months or so left to to deal. Make with each other so i. think what we're seeing in terms of inter-korean tensions. This could be part of a much broader play to try and move North Korea higher up the priority list in the White House.

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

Jay Talking

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"North Korea says it will re deploy troops near the border with South Korea the north's military making the move a day after it blew up an inter Korean liaison office just north of the border here's CBS's Margaret Brennan this statement from North Korea was not subtle blowing up the office for diplomacy in case song that it had opened in twenty eighteen with South Korea and making good on a threat issued by Kim yo Jong Kim jong-un's increasingly powerful sister she also said troops are preparing to surge into the DMZ that's where president trump took a symbolic step into North Korea last year to shake hands with Kim Jong un but diplomacy has stalled the regime continues to test short range missiles and has produced enough nuclear material for dozens of weapons North Korea said today's actions were provoked by south Korean activists would sent anti Kim leaflets cross border the trump administration called the actions counterproductive careful language meant to keep alive president trump's signature foreign policy initiative North Korea often ratchets up tension in election years in the hope of extracting concessions from R. C. I. A. analyst Jim Popp I think that they are we are in for a potentially a wild ride in June as North Korea and the camera can family tries to show a strength for internal and external audiences Margaret Brennan CBS news

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Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

Pacifica Evening News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Tensions rise after North Korea blows up liaison office

"North Korea blew up an inter Korean liaison office building just north of the heavily armed border with South Korea in a display of anger today an announcement on north Korean television referred to north Korean defectors living in South Korea who regularly float anti north propaganda leaflets across the border but the north has also been frustrated by deadlocked talks with the trump administration over removing sanctions in exchange for a halt to its nuclear weapons

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N. Korea's military to reenter inter-Korea cooperation sites

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

N. Korea's military to reenter inter-Korea cooperation sites

"Tonight North Korea says it will re deploy troops to now shuttered inter Korean tourism and economic sites near the border with South Korea the north's general staff says its military units will be deployed to the site just north of the heavily fortified border those sites were once symbols of inter Korean cooperation but they've been shut down for

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NKorea's military threatens to reenter demilitarized areas

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

NKorea's military threatens to reenter demilitarized areas

"North Korea has blown up in inter Korean liaison office building just inside its border the move shopping raises tensions on the Korean peninsula amid deadlocked nuclear diplomacy with the US Seoul's unification ministry says the building in a north Korean border town was destroyed early afternoon but gave no further details news agency photos showed smoke rising from what appeared to be a complex of buildings the agency saying the area was part of a now shuttered industrial park with the liaison office was located the north had earlier threatened to demolish the office as it stepped up its fiery rhetoric with the sole failure to stop activists from flying propaganda leaflets across the border I'm Charles de Ledesma

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North Korea reportedly destroyed inter-Korean office and has cut all communication lines with South Korea

America's Truckin' Network

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea reportedly destroyed inter-Korean office and has cut all communication lines with South Korea

"The Associated Press reporting that South Korea is saying North Korea has exploded an inter Korean liaison office building just north of the Korean border now Seoul's unification ministry says the destruction of that building at the north Korean border happening just before three o'clock PM local time North Korea had earlier threatened to demolish the building as it yes stepped up its rhetoric over Seoul's failure to stop activists from flying propaganda leaflets across the

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North Korea cuts off communication with South Korea

Pacifica Evening News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea cuts off communication with South Korea

"North Korea's says it's cutting off all communication channels with South Korea experts say the move could signal the north is growing frustrated that the south is failed to revive lucrative inter Korean economic projects or to persuade the United States to ease economic sanctions Ali bear has more North Korea is threatened to sever all communications with South Korea as tensions rise between the two countries Pyongyang has called soul the enemy and said this would be just the first in a series of actions last week the north threatened to shut down if the south didn't stop defector groups sending leaflets over the

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North Korea Cuts Off All Communications Lines to South Korea

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea Cuts Off All Communications Lines to South Korea

"North Korea says it is cutting off all communication channels with South Korea it's a move that experts say could signal that Pyongyang has grown frustrated that Seoul has failed to revive lucrative inter Korean economic projects and persuade the United States the ease sanctions on the north the north Korean central news agency saying all cross border communication lines would be cut off as of noon in what was called a first step of the determination to completely shut down all contact meeting with South Korea and getting rid of unnecessary

North Korea cuts off all communication with South Korea

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea cuts off all communication with South Korea

"North Korea TV has announced that the authorities are cutting off all communication with the south all the news reader appears on Abul cost to announce the count of cross border contacts with the south a move experts say could signal pun Yang who's grown frustrated that Seoul has failed to revive lucrative inter Korean economic projects I'm persuaded the US to ease sanctions the north has been stridently attacking the south with statements since last week with the war of words is not always pool cost the population at home North Korea as well is escalating pressure on the south the failing to stop activists from floating anti porn young leaflets across the tense border I'm John fuller this my

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North Korea cuts off all communication with South Korea

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea cuts off all communication with South Korea

"The North current Korea protests TV about racial has announced inequality that the authorities are are cutting a reminder off all that communication past promises with of the economic south opportunity all for the African Americans news reader appears that weren't on it Abul changed cost after similar to clashes announce the count in the of sixties cross border the nineties contacts with the and south Ferguson Missouri a move experts into ID fourteen say could signal we've pun seen Yang US cities who's grown set frustrated ablaze over that Seoul the decades has failed and yet studies to revive show lucrative black Americans inter Korean continue economic to be projects disproportionately I'm persuaded left the behind US to ease African sanctions Americans the north earn has been only stridently sixty attacking two cents the south for every with dollar statements earned since last by a white week person with the war black of words wealth is not is always just pool ten cost cents the population to every dollar at home of North white Korea wealth as well and blacks is escalating are no more pressure likely on to the south own a home now the failing in twenty to stop twenty activists then in from the floating early seventies anti porn young leaflets professor Cecilia across the rouse tense border at Princeton I'm says John this fuller year this my brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington

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North Korea threatens to shut liaison office with South over cross-border leaflets

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea threatens to shut liaison office with South over cross-border leaflets

"North Korea is threatening to permanently abolish a liaison office with South Korea the north continues to condemn its rival for failing to prevent activists from sending anti north Korean leaflets across the border the statement by North Korea came a day after the powerful sister of leader Kim Jong moon said the country would end in inter Korean military agreement reached in twenty eighteen to reduce reduce tensions have simple fails to stop the

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C-SPAN Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"If they don't take it up there doing a great disservice to our country. Yes, go ahead. Also. Now, we're talking about long term. And we always talk about long-term. We want to have a long term relationship with South Korea's extraordinary. And we only think in terms of long-term with South Korean. Always. How much do you support? President my push for econ- confections out, which includes resumption of joint inter-korean industrial complex, any even. The right time. I would have great support. This isn't the right time. But at the right time I'd have great support with North Korea. Great support, I think that South Korea. I think Japan, and I think that the US I think a lot of countries will be helping China. I really believe we'll help I think that Russia will I think a lot of countries who will help when the right deal is made. And when the nuclear weapons are gone. I just think that North Korea has potential as great as anything I've ever seen in terms of potential. They have fun believable location. Surrounded by on two sides and the other side Russia, China and over here, South Korea. You just can't do better than that. And they have magnificent land it has tremendous potential..

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Then right now are whale stealing dangerous species today? Yes. No. Depending on what kind of species we're talking about. I think today well stocks their carefully monitored captain nine on by the item Lucy. I think the general consensus is that many spacious they're still endangerment. Some particular species are not of for example, here's one one particular one example, I can think of one species caused mink, am I n K e this this particular species is primarily haunted by Japanese, and it is actually not endangered. So September this year Japan actually, tried to get the hijab Lucy to allow some commercial catch quota for this particular species. But, but but the proposal was rejected by the organization because even back then there was already experimentation that Japan will Paul out of this organization anytime soon, so it just doesn't make sense. So you mentioned on the surface Japan claim scientific research, but they also selling whale meat on the market is we'll meet popular in Japan. Well, I think to say that well meat is pretty popular in Japan as kind of exaggeration. So according to Asahi, that's one Japanese, and that's one Japanese newspaper well meet account for accounts for only zero point one percent of all meat so in the country, but indeed Japan has a culture of Wayland. Traditionally it has being post a willing. Then beginning the nam beginning in the nineteen thirties, especially after the World War. Two depends strategy to sell very far to the to the oceans near the Antarctic to hunt for wells. And actually the history behind us was very very interesting after the second World War on Japan, the whole Japan the country was in ruins as people was starving with very limited choice over food. So with encouragement of General, Douglas, MacArthur, Japanese, they they conveyed they converted to American navy tankers into factory ships before is set sailing on before setting sail for the forty cells. Effect ocean to do the to do the catching. So from the late nineteen forties on children until the mid nineteen. Sixties well-made was basically the single biggest source of meat for Japanese people and Bubba today. That's batteries the case like I said zero zero point one percent of all meat soda in the country. So I would say well meet has certain markets among the the middle age of the people in Japan because for them eating. Well meets represents a kind of feeling of thinking about the past our good days. No, stellar, but among young people just don't have this kind of market. So how does the international committee react to this decision by Japan ports in play disappointed? It is very rare for Japan actually to draw from international organizations. It pays a lot of attention to its so-called of international image. So now with Japan's Agnes move Australia is on the forefront of criticized of criticizing your pan because. A lot of willing has taken place in waters near Austrailia and join his Stanley. Australia's foreign minister in environmental Stor say they're extremely disappointed with Japan's decision. They say Australia remains resolutely opposed to all forms of commercial and a so called scientific whaling and environmental activists in stralia also say this is a disregard of international laws, NGOs and Japan. By the way, also say they are very disappointed there. A lot of them, for example, Greenpeace Japan, their origin, the Japanese government to reconsider and yes, this is a governmental affair, by the way to Panzer. Wailing sacked her is totally government run run by the government. So there's actually a large bureaucracy with research budgets annually and annual plans pensions promotions. So willing is not only political is. So willing not only a social issue commercials, you Japan, it is ultimately, I think a political issue independent. Thank your much along. That was our reporter ding hung, let six short break here. Coming back for.

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"You've been listening to today. Japan says in July, we restart commercial whaling after more than a thirty year ban. The country also announced it was draw from the International Whaling Commission. The body task was well conservation that commission banned commercial whaling in nineteen eighty six after some species were almost driven to extinction officials say that eating wells has always been a part of Japanese culture for many years. Japan has haunted whales for scientific research and to sell the meat a program widely criticized for conservationists for more on this. We're now joined in a stew by our reporter, ding, ding. Could you tell us more about the current willing banned by the I w c Weiss there such a ban, and how does it work? So the ban is on commercial welling like I said it was introduced in a Mets nineteen eighties. When some speeches were endanger. So basically either Lucy members they agreed to a hug. Hunting. How does that suspension? I would say in order to allow the stocks the reserves of some species to recover so in the eyes of some pro-whaling countries countries like to pan and Norway Iceland, as well, this was supposed to be a temporary ban in their mind. Stay believed at the time that sometime in the future at the end of day. There could be some consensus reached in terms of how in terms of say sustainable hunting quotas. So I think over the years these countries like to pan they have become pretty much disappointed with us band. Because instead, it's this ban. Didn't didn't get lifted anytime soon so the band somehow has become a half permanent one look into the future? There is very little chance for the ban to be listed. Japan has being halting Wales for the past thirty years despite. Band. How we think different after his announcement of withdrawal from the deputy indeed soldier pan has been joined us for the past thirty years like I said, but that's under a scientific research program. And this program has been granted has a kind of exception by the IWC. Now critics say this is a cover for what actually yes, equal commercial hunting somehow criticism. I think makes a lot of sense because thing about wells can be taken for the scientific studies. And then they're meat can later be sold to the market sold for commercial purposes. So I think now after pan palling out of the I w c we have plenty of reasons to fear that Japan will no longer use this cover it can just handful wells in a pretty free manners. So an actual apart from minor Lucy. There are a number of other international laws that could potentially renting Japan's. Behavior. For example. We have the the UN convention on the law of the sea. Frankly speaking, I think the related stipulation regulation in these laws is pretty vague. It doesn't have a very clear standards over what's a single country can do what it cannot do. So now with Japan, leaving you see I think this concerned us, the this fear that Japan will no longer be raining is very legitimate. So from the story, we heard the commission the I C ban commercial willing several decades ago because some species were almost driven to extinction back..

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World News Analysis

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Most of the phone is unlikely or at least longtime resident we have seen a off from some of the on with some joining with Islamic state, but they mostly ex, but there are number of foreign find his some of the move may come from Syria. Iraq all across Asia going into downtown. So that's as we would expect it to be that this insurgent abrasion to national profit chimp, even inclusively sometimes it'll be a flow of people within it into southern Philippines out of each around will be lost for that. And they're the prison to fairly small number four and five I think of typical capacity and the wind which around leave taking so that is a and gonna because then everybody when I question since the President Trump has been talking about withdrawing from Syria and having. The number of station troops in Afghanistan. And also Turkish president urged when is talking about launching a military campaign to wipeout Kurdish fighters in northern parts of Syria. How do we make sense of what's happening in the Middle East right now? One thing they can read from the American situation what it's secretary of to medicine and Britain good who was leading camman channel, Syria, Iraq. And of course, that goes along with a score of exactly what we're going against the warning you about this pretty universal excluding the president. This is the wrong direction. Prevaricate be going. It would be good Saliger's as President Trump. Find Turkey and aggressor you're on the problems that we have the Turkey and Russia in Iran their for their own troops and their proxy feeding Atlantic or whatever. Perfect with the land on kinda affiliates turkeys, looking very strongly with militia leaked with Syria and a to ship to turn a blind eye to excite is that feels that can help them to seek what every day nine. I mean they killed. So this is an an awful mess and likely to get worse. That's why these spectacular resignations at the highest level and come onto a same. I think that's pretty bad news for everyone. Not just. American. Chris think you're much professor Barton as always been talking with Gregg Barton, professor of global Islamic politics at Deakin university in Australia coming up Japan announced withdrawal from the International Whaling Commission to resume commercial whaling. You're listening to today. I'm sui station. What matters to China increasingly matters to the world keep up to date with the latest news and events of the middle kingdom with the China. Plus up to the minute reports. Live streaming audio inciteful opinion on everything China related, facts, figures and language learning resources at your fingertips. Everything and focus all in one place. Search for China plus in the app store or Google play. Ever worry that you'll miss out on breaking events. Tune into today.

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World News Analysis

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I think any shortage people may be feeling to try to make site. So I say that we can simply say if Libya mythology around that make the problem go like the danger in a poli government spice likely beer, visit putting war small that's by late through corruption. And and and and lack of control on his posse into groups including on excite. But it certainly the case with those in Libya trying to to build governance and bring back. No malady, they every international help that. They can we save that we need to be very social that putting more into conflict, you mentioned building a more mature government SIS covering system as a what do you think could be or should be? They political future of the country will be needs to phone some sort of compromise that can think they can. Eating factions that would try and claim a control of the one of the problems of Libya almost TV clean about than isn't wasn't steak ways collect them of of claims and bidding tribes all market offi manage the whole that together. But I'm like, even I've got any sort of simple of more than for that. So they needs to be some way of transcending tribal plan or getting the they contesting sections there three at the moment making claims on the leading to to in some kind of compromise recognizing melons and provide what they have to start with. And that's really anyway for these these two, but there's no. So what can be done by other international committee members to help to put forward this reconciliation process in Libya? There is a place peacekeeping forces on the ground, but putting more small arm and on. It's not a good idea. But putting pacekeeping in working in the Boise, Libyan government. Those. Potential the show trick liquid with capacity contribution, working with them to do capacity. Trying to help them gets ability nothing easy about this. And that's one of the reasons why story of so tragic. The the the way forward is nevertheless fairly clear, what has to be done. So one of the major arguments when US President Donald Trump was talking about a withdrawing from Syria is that ISIS has already been defeated is the ISIS really defeated. What do you think are some of the main challenges in counter-terrorism today in the region will almost nobody breeze with what President Trump was saying sins of the the factual, it was a even report, of course, a couple of months ago say that member of ISIS, find his Justice, Syria, Iran is likely between twenty thousand and. And thirty thousand funky perhaps a half of that number maybe forty and fifty thousand just airline funding in an insurgent moat, but it costs the owned that we had recently from finish pleasing national study that you won't Washington Jeff came out of leaks ago say but number policy Chee Honey terrorists around the moments probably three or four times greater than at the time of the nine eleven attacks in two thousand one many of those noted Syrian Iraq. But entices, Mike Afganistan, but also maybe even fiction Sinai along the whole coast of Africa and throw sub Saharan Africa. Basically every way way cook governance, break them. It's not paternity for for groups like is something. Don't try to take root. So actually be nice to believe but also supposed to see. But but nothing we've just near the truth. And another argument is that extremist fighters are flowing into off ghanistan. What's your observation? It does seem that..

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"You're listening to today. I'm sui time for our daily global survey will we're take a quick look at what's happening around the world. Join me in the studio with my colleague, Patrick, Flannery. First up in Asia, a film about Thailand's cave. Rescue is in production, featuring twelve of the trapped boys in their determined coach staying in the country Thailand's parliament voted to allow marijuana for medicinal use. They know Shania Australia will install dro- and Danny fine. Quick -ment at airports starting next month. Staying the country three thousand people have been evacuated after residents of a newly completed tower reported hearing cracking is moving onto Africa Instagram is said to have become an increasingly important way for citizens to share news in two thousand eighteen and Arthur Masa walk-off who plays football for the Democratic Republic of Congo says the media has a key role in combating sports racism, turning to the Middle East serious military leaders attributed explosions hurt near Damascus to it's really airstrikes on the weapons depot. British iranian. Academic held in Iran on security charges was allowed to return to his home in the UK in Europe. A four point eight magnitude earthquake hit Sicily around Europe's most active volcano, injuring at least two people after winning the lottery. A Swiss man was told he had not won the lottery due to technical issues looking to Latin America, an art anti women ceased in the nineteen eighties by traffickers has reunited with her family with the help of Argentina Bolivia and police the body of a seven-year-old, but Malan girl who died earlier this month while in the custody of US border patrol was returned to her home and finally North America the seven year old girl whose phone call with President Donald Trump on Christmas Eve when viral says she still believes in Santa Claus an NBA star. Lebron James apologizes after sharing a song lyric referencing a quote Jewish money on social media saying he intended the post as a compliment. Thanks, patrick. And that winds up today slogan survey at least the three people were killed and ten others were injured after militants. Stormed Libya's foreign ministry in the capital city of Tripoli. Islamic state has claimed responsibility for the attack Libyan officials claim a car bomb exploded near the ministry, prompting security forces to rush to the spot to suicide bombers than blew themselves up eight site the ministry building security forces managed to kill a third attacker outside a building with moralists where now join on the line bike wreck Barton, professor of global Islamic politics at Deakin university in Australia. So professor partner. Why do you think the ISIS is targeting Libya this time, I think what was saying with Libya, and with this cognitive opportunity me know that many of the phone Harris has the euro conjoined with came from Libya. Maybe be of course, is a failing state fragile, and we know that terrorist organization as parasitic infestation have most profound thick of the fighting state. So we see this in Syria near. Concede enough Ghana stone, the Pakistan places like Somalia more than knife urea, most of leaders fighting state, so many young who leave the to go to Iraq until many come back home, of course, smell on the whole territory and searing Iraq's seasonally bears. One of those places where can rebuild it to a number of Libya's Viteau institutions have been targeted by suicide bombers in recent years, what should be the lessons learned from such attacks. I think the ultimate list learned before the luxury one I was just trying to we need to rebuild governance in Libya, if a chance of of securing itself against groups like Islam excited, and I'm very vulnerable to happening expect we sold. His with the Manchester, though, me where there were connections of a mini between state in Libya, and and a community end, Chester. So it's a pretty goes beyond the tilt that Libya until it forms, a stable government might be able to get this acuity in place. It will begin to limit groups like Islamic Steichen. If not his problem affects each if it's to me next door. That's the correlation which is clear correlation between filing and offer to pay for parasitic infestation of such a group buckets. Libya's foreign minister has been calling for the lifting of an UN backed arms embargo on Libya, which was imposed in twenty seven. Can this be a solution to the problem?.

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Stick to the Ninety-two dancers as to Dacian for any future exchange. If someone tries to separate to call the politics, and they Khanna make these shoes that would not be helpful for exchange. Definitely in can there should be more integrated measures as the Cam t better as the PMT unifies, the pin, blue, cities and counties to openly and coherently communicates with the mainland third. I think we should notice that the DP do grant the central power of Taiwan the should avoid political and technical interference or to let the harvest from exchange and the four. We should focus on the market Macanas in in the future because the potential project should be mainly non-governmental and based on open bidding we should evaluate. I wish I wish valuate more editing. The integral social benefits rather than certain benefits the exchange should benefit it's more as possible, especially to producer, the consumer and the youth, and we heard a former new Taipei mayor Eric CHU truly Lynn Julian has announced that he would run in the twenty twenty race at becoming the first big name politician to throw his hat in the ring. And you also mentioned co Joel I know it's a little bit early. But wish we look at as we are heading towards the twenty twenty race. Well, I think Mr. Eric choose the decision is early but not surprising because nary truly during the past two years has enjoyed highest public support from. Internet public opinion polls the from other stolid opinion polls among the camp leaders that's far more than than Ye are hiding win. Also, he has very good relations with many newly elected local leaders like holy from new type of city. I Lucian from Taichung city piece to one of the most powerful, I'm promising come competitor for twenty twenty rights in the Chem t. But there are also many others who wants to challenge like wouldn't eat my launching being they are all have stretches and weakness. So I think it's still early to predict the outcome to starts early. But he would not necesary last in the end, I personally hoped I just hope that the PMT would not make this process again, a nerdy election again. However, I think as you mentioned Dr Cohen is considered the most. Coming horse for the race for now. Because majority of the Taiwanese voters pace both calming town and DP are were waiting to choose someone out of the green Cam and the blue Kim, especially the youth. But the most intriguing thing I think is that s the current being the current ruling party the DP and tiny wind is considered the least possible to win again. And for now, I don't see any chance because they has I don't see any that they had really learned from the last election and could does avoi- for further failure one quick question before we go how much do you think the Taiwan question will continue to be a major point when it comes to the bilateral ties between China and the United States? I don't think I don't believe that Taiwan question. The Taiwanese shoe alone can altered the sign a US relation or be something. Like like, personally, I think I think that the importance of the Taiwan issue. It depends on the the the future situation of design the grand sign US final relations. Let me put it straight. That depends how Donald Trump the Trump administration administration wants to involve a into a. And how they want to involve into a struggle. Between china? If Donald Trump if the Trump and Mr.. If the Trump administration don't have too many other many other matters, the they will try to use the Taiwan card. Thank you very much quantity. Always that was little. Sing to today. Stay with us. Speaker with the day. I feel very much grateful for providing jumps for me to communicate the world and China's progress in China's accomplishment and also China's rich cultural heritage, and of course, China's desire to integrated delve into the international community. I believe today opened the window as well as built bridge between people in China and the world..

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"I think North Korea really likes this proposal. My personal standing is most create doesn't not too long to unilaterally give up if nuclear weapons anytime soon. Wants to keep his nuclear weapons, but at the same time tries to develop a economy. So the stocks grant proposal Radi square, very well because it allows North Korea to retain as nuclear capability and at the same time to develop economy, so the SaaS credit for will help them those clear undermine each national economic some shin regime, then therefore providing clear chances to increase trade and economic cooperation with downside about without really giving up with nuclear weapons other countries. They have really different attitude toward this proposal. Their intense debate within the United States. About how much? Economic sanctions can be lifted before North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons. So far, the US has been very system it requires fundamental and profound confession from clear on the nuclear issue before substantive discussion on removable become exemptions. Japan is also very tough on this position. Fifteen some Shen removal requires important in Asian progress and other countries have different views, including Russian China. They believe this should be an incremental process. If knows Crear can make incremental progress towards the eventual goal thinkers -ation even though it's quite waiting to make a new kidney cell program in some areas. Then the UN Security Council shoot can feeder removing some. 'cause they think sunk Shen, so the views are really diversity diversified. According to different intri- and different perspectives from capitol and more about denuclearization issue, which is one of the most critical issues like you mentioned before all size can move forward. So can we say little progress were basically, no progress has made in the past few months? Well, North Korea has made meaningful concessions towards limiting it's new care programs. It has dismantled if nuclear test sites, which is important because it can no longer conduct underground nuclear testing, the near future to further improve new care were had design capability. It has also promised to dismantle important Misao Injin cast dent and that has been partially fulfilled. According to the analysis of satellite image of that me, Sal engine testing ground. Those quit has promise. Used to shutdown if very important young new care complex. That's has now been carried out because no clear loans and the United States to take so called corresponding measures in this regard. So they're Narus on in a meaningful unilateral concessions from Las clear, but we have off from complete and Sarah demon nation on North Korea's nuclear capability, so far all the efforts taken by North Korea. Do not undermine off quiz capacity to keep e- consisting Nakir were had and I see injured content until ballistic missile. And then talking about the US adamant US President Donald Trump has said he's looking forward to his second summit with the Cajon on which Washington says may take place early next year, we know to size have been exchanging. Some harsh words again during the past few weeks. So how art optimistic are you capable of keeping the momentum this year to push talks forward next year in twenty nineteen. Increasing the heart the ballot negotiation between in Washington on nuts generating the cans of results that I packed it by the United States again, most Krier a balking if efforts to complete gave up with a nuclear weapon, and he's only waiting to offer the mall, and the limited concessions, and that doesn't sense by Washington and therefore many senior facials in the White House being a DC luge and about the prospect of quake North Korean denuclearization. Manny, they show incuding tech drop stayed pump pale. Uh-huh. And national security advisor Uljin they really want postal tougher potus being towards the most clear so far president Ciampi increasingly lonely in he's attitude to create DeLeon that things are going. Well, he continuing painting a picture of a smooth, bilateral negotiation between Washington and Pyongyang. It looks like the president himself does not care about how much real progress being made the only one receiving critical credit for making a historical progress in US NAS, clear relationship. So there is a widening gap between the US. President and his own associates on the non clear policies really hard to tell how this gap will be addressed into nineteen. So there's only one thing that is thirteen which is the US North Korea Badejo negotiation in this upcoming year will be very bumpy anything. But most. Thank you very much. Dr Gialle SO wis we've been talking with Dr L tone fellow in Carnegie's nuclear policy program based at the Carnegie seeing center for global policy coming up Taiwan's ruling DP party dealt another blow with local elections. You're listening to today. Stay with us. China plus dot cri..

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"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on World News Analysis

"You can download our podcast by searching for world news analysis, north and South Korea are celebrating what both countries hope will be the first step toward resuming road and rail links across the border a delegation of one hundred officials from the house, including the country's transport and unification ministers made a two hour train journey to attend Wednesday's ground breaking ceremony and Pamela station and a North Korean border town of Kaiser. The move follows APRIL's Pyongyang summit in which Korean president moon. Jae-in and North Korean leader, Kim, Jon agreed to modernize and eventually connect, railways and rose along the eastern and western Korean peninsula. Now being with us to talk about the latest development surrounding the Korean peninsula issue is Dr Joel Thome fellow in Carnegie's nuclear policy program based at Carnegie center for global policy. So Dr JAL a thousand Korea says the event is a mere expression of a commitment and doesn't mean the start of actual work. But still since we know all railways and rose between the two Koreas have been severed since the Korean war ended with armistice. How significant is today's move. Well, the worst on previous Dafur to connect the real way between the two Koreas before during the training, Kim Nigerian the real way between the two creates were briefly connected by this time, the Dale and go of the inter Korean corporation was much wider and deeper them before. And I think the knit can be very important because they records and another opportunity for to create has to re connect their economy and the promising a much greater economic future for the entire Korean peninsula. They wanted to push for more economic and trading corporation out. There will always connected. So the potential for future economic corporation has been demonstrated. This is much brighter picture tented by to create that was never been before. The two leaders moon Jae in and Kim drill men agreed at their summit in April to eventually connect, railways and roads along the eastern and western peninsula. But is there enough political whale there? What still needed before they can do the actual work? I think there are some practical obstacles for the to create to push for it can't pro-west to great connect there. Really? One of them being the team international economic sumptious done. Not create to curiosity economic sanctions imposed by the United nation. Security comes up any material in feel an other goods to be transported from the south to the north those material than good meat to be some shin exemptions from you security, rather than to your security UN institutes institutions, so so far no change of US could account for resolutions on North Korea, which means dolls quit has to compensate request such 'cause I'm. For any future interaction with north as as the dunk string Lucians and now removed or change. They will plays Ben's important challenging for such corporation to take place. So that's the biggest obstacle. Of course, that's relates to the co wheel. Especially from the north side knows crazy waiting to make important progress. A denuclearization promised then there will be expensive for members of the UN security on filter change resolutions. That's so far the biggest challenge in future. North Korea has not demonstrated enough interest in making fundamental progress towards. Purity stomached. We know South Korean president moon Jae-in has been promoting this developing their first thing unification later strategy moon Jae-in has several times said predicament were economic benefits should be reward ties. And then they can talk about unification later on how this proposal being received by North Korea. And other major stakeholders..

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"inter korean" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"South Korean, president moon Jae in North Korea's leader, Kim Jong UN have just wrapped up a two day meeting in Pyongyang. The relationship between the United States and North Korea has saw significantly since the Singapore summit, but this was the third meeting between the leaders of the divided countries on the peninsula in just five months. So what's been achieved so far and what lies ahead? Well, one man who's in a better position than most to give us informed comment on the situation as Aidan foster Cuza, his honorary senior research fellow in sociology and modern career at Leeds University. Thanks for joining us Aidan. We've been here before, haven't we? I mean, there was an attempted an agreement in nineteen Ninety-one. Then there was the so-called sunshine years between ninety eight and two thousand seven. What exactly do the two careers want? And how far are they towards achieving it? You are right to be cautious. I think we inter-korean process. Maybe we'll dealing with North Korea is living disprove of, was it? The philosopher here apply tissues at that Mellon steps in. Same river twice. We often seem to be going around around in circles to change the metaphor. I am. We're still waiting for full details of everything. They've they've agreed text and things like that, but I am a little bit hopeful or gain. Sorry I've had here a client is, can we now have a wild, you know, the ultimate pessimist. The Goshawk happened to the glosses helpful, the stuff they will be disappointment on the nuclear front. Everyone who thinks he's all about America and it's all about nukes. They take good news, no solid commitments there, which I think is a tactical mistake by Kim Jong and been on the inter-korean fronts. MacOS welcome to trying to do cleverly enough. And I think quite successfully is sort of driving it a teeny way you're trying to between what at least some in Washington one President Trump's another matter and South Korea, but only insecure in front, the reconnecting railway, a military agreement, which of attention reducing at the board, of course, if your career and there's a whole lot more than just the nuclear issue. But this is ready to to long announced. It's mixed. I'm I'm pleased with some of it. I'm very disappointed on the nuclear front. Not surprise if one of the aims is officially ending the nineteen fifty. Three will don't China in the UN also have to be involved. They absolutely do. Since you know, words words are cheap. I, I'm puzzled by a lot of people are very exercised by a piece declaration. I mean, either exercise positively, it's it's such a wonderful thing. They've said they've declared peace before. That's why did you bring up that was a nineteen Ninety-one the cord. It was wonderful on paper. So find the text through Craig's was never implemented, but eclipse some people in Washington. This is terrible. Getting ahead of denuclearization. I didn't get math is one little bit for it to be a formal legal document. Yes, the actual signatures to the nine hundred fifty three armistice which was the United Nations come on in practice it most America, but formerly the UN which still lateral. Sorry, the risk of a tangent. It was the UN come on that very interesting. A few weeks ago blocked a South Korean train from crossing the border at to do inspections of the railway track, little edge agreed. Say, say that's important and yes, China's so United this serious at some point, others will have to be involved to be honest, Pyongyang declaration, which they signed to this summit back in.

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"inter korean" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time eight thirty four and now the four day wbz accuweather forecast here's accuweather meteorologist steve travis cloudy and cool today with showers most widespread in the afternoon high up to sixty four mostly cloudy tonight with a few showers and perhaps a thunderstorm in spots low fifty nine tomorrow partly sunny warmer and more humid with a couple of afternoon showers and thunderstorms high seventy three near the water to seventynine inland monday sunshine and some clouds breezy and cooler with a high of seventy mostly sunny nice on tuesday high up to seventy five i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty right now mostly cloudy sixty four in boston south korean media is reporting that the us is sending hundreds of caskets to north korea today for the remains of missing us soldiers from the korean war cbs don kirk the us command korea is awaiting word on the return of the remains of at least two hundred american soldiers missing from the korean war souls yonhap news agency quotes a south korean official saying the us is sending two hundred and fifteen caskets to retrieve them from the north koreans at the truce village of panmunjom us spokesman told me an honor guard would salute them as they crossed the north south line and the coffins will remain in palm john until north korea gives the green light across the border wbz news time eight thirty six in just about two minutes we'll bring you business news from bloomberg wbz radio in.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Meanwhile these attorneys generals these attorneys general dara may think that they have a pretty good playing field here if their lawsuit goes up through the appeals courts because there's an irony here jeff sessions who is as you mentioned a longtime opponent of dhaka would find himself in in the position as attorney general having the responsibility of defending the legality of the program if it ever got i guess to the supreme quarter higher in the federal courts right the legal observers that i've talked to say it is an open question whether jeff sessions is even going to be willing to try to defend this but if he doesn't a third party can step in and act as an intervene her that's not usually seen as a sign of confidence from the federal government but it does mean that the legal issues at hand can be litigated the bigger question is the attorneys general deliberately picked a judicial district for the twenty fourteen litigation and again now that is likely to be sympathetic to them the judge judge andrew hannon has hinted very strongly and previous rulings that he doesn't think doc is constitutional and the fifth circuit court of appeals which is the appellate court would while it's not necessarily as strong on that question as judge hanan did uphold his ruling in the two thousand fourteen litigation so there's a good argument that it's going to come up to the supreme court threw a fairly.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Guide to expand executive action in twenty fourteen that's when there was a serious legal challenge again led by texas and over the course of that litigation it became clear that the critics of those expansions also thought the dock itself was unconstitutional but that wasn't actually a legal issue at that time so when president trump came into office and said he was going to roll back obama's illegal executive orders and then didn't do anything on daca paxton and other attorneys general started threatening well okay if you don't think this is illegal we're going to force your hand and actually file this lawsuit the threat of that litigation was one of the reasons that in september they announced they were going to roll daca back so they're the the two front war on daca as you mentioned there's the constitutionality question in washington of course president trump rescinded daca it was supposed to end in march the court stepped in to keep the program going couple of times but the very very latest today right now can someone apply for a docker or newell today thursday someone who currently has daca can apply for renewal and there are lots of community groups and nonprofits urging them to do just that especially if their work permits expire in the next several months it's a good idea for them to get those in because there's been some slowness with which the government has been processing docker nils however someone who would fear radically be eligible for dhaka but who never actually got their application in or who was too young when the trump administration ended new sign ups in september cannot currently apply for an for a new daca permit there is one court order outstanding that might change that in the next few months essentially the trump administration has three months to come up with a better legal argument for ending daca than we were afraid it would be ruled unconstitutional but before that order get settled doc is open to renewals but not open to applicants.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Not going to do anything irritating him and that's was south korean presence mundane does that he just really willing to please stick tater even though his imprisoning twenty five millions of lives i can i ever imagine what can be more important than this to talk about human lives park there's so much optimism around the world now about a potential peace deal between north and south korea about potential t nuclearization and you're bringing a very different message you're saying it will be a huge missed opportunity maybe even a tragedy if peace happens without pressure from the south or without pressure from the americans for better human conditions in north korea said think about it the kim's says as long as we don't bring up the issues of human rights that he says i'm talk about the getting rid of nukes let's say ten years later he got rid of the news and ten years we are gonna say you cannot poison your brothers you cannot care you on chris you should stop that but then ten years is gonna know you cannot intervene my politics than i'm gonna keep doing the nuclear test so then i we're wanna silence about it again ten years later when is a time for a supreme of human rights it cannot be later he has be right now because as long as relent the distinctive to survive he has always key to turn his back and the do something like this repeating what he has done i had to see so many bodies in those screwed in the ninety s and that's all the as came from from the un from the so many humanitarian garments spur south korea and we are repeating the same mistake whatever you didn't the news water politicians do whatever they doing their dinners.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Ment read any state they get rid of the women's own they care the babies that's a how bad the human rights abuses happening but oh you're talking by parties so i really hope that world knows whatever we are doing whatever on this thing is not affecting people's lives in positively for ellis for nurse can people and we should not be deceived by this deterrent you should not be brainwashed we'll have you seen any indication with all the positive news of the meeting at the demilitarized zone between president moon and and kim jong hoon even talk of a of peace talks between the united states and north korea have you seen any indication that anyone is paying attention to the plight of north korean people or even an increase in openness for north korea no actually the quite opposite south korea like days ago they took all those speakers off from the the enzi line because the speakers they had to like to south north korean soldiers to hear about the freedom there was a soldier who escaped after listening to that big last speaker from the south south korean side that one took down because dow is air tasting john so what's happening right now is kim jong on your says yeah i'm i'm willing talk about new corrupt in i'm going to get rid of it as long as you don't challenge in my rain in north korea you don't challenge in my human rights abuses so even though actually before this happened trump the president trump asked china to help dissension and to hear about north korean defectors plight in china and there was some conversation but right now because north korean gob regimes rearing to talk about getting rid of nicaraguan that we are not gonna challenging you are.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"To the world community have you started to think about what it would mean for people millions of people living in north korea if all the sudden at least part of that veil was lifted i'm so glad that y'all asking and your focus is not about the nuclear weapon the paul tastes is about people in north korea is very saddened me right now because it's old delusion even though kim jong comes to south korean show he's you know funniness and kindness and and that's how he brainwashed us when i was north korea he brainwashed that he's a great leader and that we have to believe in him and now that's his doing that to the west western world that people in south korea are being deceived by this dictator the war his coming to saskia right not giving his peace talks and talk about the bright feature the crackdown on north korean people in the border in north korean worse than ever before the smuggling is not impossible wei now nothing can go into make people being fed no one can escape right now and the control for knows can people so severe and the crackdown on every aspect in the society's so bad right now peepers freedom is not there and he just a what he's doing right now trying to maintain his power nothing that change in north korean people's lives i just don't know how people forget that what can be more urgent than the lives in contention camp in their scurvy now the when we north korean defectors once they escaped china they are being sort like peace like dogs and they're being raped and once they get caught by the chinese authorities are sending back north korea and if women are like pregnant by china's men the north korean garden.

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"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"inter korean" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Agree i go even what even eat i think will you were thirteen when you left north korea a couple of years in china before going to south korea and that says to me you know once you were seventeen eighteen you're a teenager and south korea at a time when kids are getting together there socializing maybe first boyfriend going to movies things like that what we would consider in the west normal teenage things but what we're normal teenage things like for you as near door the first thing i had to see us side of the north korea was seeing my mother was raped by the human trafficker and i lost my faith in humanity i was stopped being a kid so once i arrived in south korea i could not be you know just normal fifteen years ago i was so afraid of trusting human beings because a lost faith in them and i just could not trust men like how can i even imagine having a boyfriend because what i so was raping my mother from them and selling us so i couldn't have the normal childhood in the trauma went three in china that i could not talk to my friends how can i talk to my fifteen years old fellow south korean gert to what i went through to survive and to get out of north korea and they would not see me as normal person so i had to hide what i went through i was ashamed of the choice that i made to survive and i was shutting down myself to the word and i just read and i studied to go to university because i had to catch up a lot about the word like what's offic in how many countries in the world addition to the trauma you talk about the utter 'isolation from the rest of the world when you grow up in north korea there's talk now of in end of the state of war between north and south korea a peace treaty no one knows yet how much openness that might lead to no one knows if it would lead to north korea opening up and and being part.

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