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Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:12 sec | 4 d ago

Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

"And at least 50 people are confirmed dead in this weekend's bombing of a girl's school in the Afghan capital of Kabul. It Interior Ministry spokesman says the attack happened as students were leaving for the day more than 100 people were

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Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

"50 are now confirmed dead following a bombing outside of girls school in Afghanistan, CBS and Charlie Dagga in Kabul, even in a country that is no stranger to violence, just a horrific attack. Intentionally targeting that school, Justus. The bell rang at the end of the school day and Children came rushing out of the building. Images of the scene showed bloody textbooks, school shoes and backpacks and did the burning wreckage of the car bomb. Theo Interior Ministry told us most of the victims are schoolgirls. Authorities say the students killed were between the ages of 11 and 15.

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Iraq Interior Ministry: 82 killed in Baghdad hospital fire

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Iraq Interior Ministry: 82 killed in Baghdad hospital fire

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says that eighty two people died and hundreds were injured in a couple struck fire that broke out in the intensive care unit of about that hospital tending to severe coronavirus patience negligence on the part of hospital authorities has been blamed for the Saturday night fire which initial reports suggest was caused when an oxygen cylinder exploded in the ward of the hospital Iraq's prime minister fired key hospital officials hours after the catastrophic incident a spokesman for the country's independent Human Rights Commission tweet through that among the dead were at least twenty eight patients on ventilators boxing severe symptoms of the virus I'm sorry I shockingly

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Dozens of Covid-19 Patients Killed in Baghdad Hospital Fire

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dozens of Covid-19 Patients Killed in Baghdad Hospital Fire

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says any two people died. 110 have been heard in a catastrophic fire that broke out in a Baghdad hospital amongst the dead 28 patients suffering from a Corona virus. Negligence on the part of hospital authorities is being blamed

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Dozens Killed as Huge Fire Sweeps Through Baghdad Hospital

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:15 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dozens Killed as Huge Fire Sweeps Through Baghdad Hospital

"Iraq's Interior Ministry says any two people died. 110 have been heard in a catastrophic fire that broke out in a Baghdad hospital amongst the dead 28 patients suffering from a Corona virus. Negligence on the part of hospital authorities is being blamed

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Drone Targets US Troops Near Airport in Iraq

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | Last month

Drone Targets US Troops Near Airport in Iraq

"Been a drone attack on U. S. Led coalition forces near in northern Iraqi airport, the Kurdish regions, Interior Ministry and coalition officials say the attack targeted coalition forces based near their ear bill airport and a fire damage to building no casualties reported. This is the latest in a string of attacks in recent weeks of mostly U. S installations. In Iraq. This

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Non-Orthodox Conversion in Israel: Dividing or Uniting the Jewish World?

People of the Pod

05:41 min | 2 months ago

Non-Orthodox Conversion in Israel: Dividing or Uniting the Jewish World?

"This week in a landmark decision. The israeli supreme court handed down a long-awaited ruling about how the state of israel views conversions conducted by non orthodox. Rabbis this issue has persisted for decades and is at the center of much of the debate around the israel tasks for a relationship. So i figured. I would chat with one of the foremost thinkers about the future of that relationship. Ajc is director of contemporary jewish life. Dr laura shaw frank laura. Thank you for joining us fee. Can you just remind us i. What the status quo is before this ruling. Let's say i'm in israel. And i have a major jewish moment in my life a birth. God forbid death. A wedding a conversion who kind of owns those milestones in jewish life in israel a birth death conversion burial those are all governed by the chief rabbinate of israel and the chief cabinet is an orthodox rabbinate it is a branch of the government and in order to get married in israel to get divorced to hurt one has to go through that orthodox rabbinic establishment. Okay so now. Let's talk about what this decision is. And what it isn't so this ruling is not about marriages. it's not about burials. it's not about who is born a jew. It's not even about most conversions. It very specifically requires. Israel's interior ministry to accept conversions conducted by non orthodox rabbis inside israel for the purposes chips. So if i'm understanding correctly if a non-jewish non israeli person were living in israel and decided to convert and decided to do so with the reform or conservative rabbi and then they wanted to become israeli under the law of return the interior ministry which manages that process will accept that conversion as legitimate. The person is jewish and they can claim israeli citizenship. Like any other view. Is that right first of all you are right. This is a very very narrow decision. So i need to take a step back and explain something i the law of return which is a law that israel passed in nineteen fifty and amended in nineteen seventy provides for citizenship for anybody who is jewish and anybody who is a convert. So we'll save for now a convert outside israel someone who converted according to any religious community outside israel including reformer conservative or someone. Who is the son or daughter of a jew. Or even the spouse of a jew so according to jewish orthodox jewish law you have to be born to a jewish mother or convert according to orthodox law and order to be jewish but the reform movement for example says that if you're born to jewish father In most circumstances you are also jewish. So there are different definitions. Sort of who is a jew and not only that but the law returns wanted a cast its net wide in order to encompass all sorts of people who might be impacted by for example anti semitism around the world and who might need refuge in the state of israel their sort of looking at like what did the nazi movement in germany. Look at in terms of who was a jew. So the law of return cast its very wide and doesn't necessarily stick to the definitions of orthodox jewish law with respect to. Who is a jew. So that's really important because that means that someone could actually move to. Israel obtained citizenship through the law. Return through the ministry of the interior but still not be considered jewish according to the rabbit. So that means that somebody could make aliya become a citizen of israel as a jew but not people to marry in israel because according to orthodox jewish law they are not jewish which is a critical issue right. But that's not what this is about. This ruling is very very narrow. It refers only to conversions as you said that. Have taken place within the state of israel by conservative or form. Rabbis so the reason that's particularly narrow is that the conservative reform movement actually quite small in israel and the number of conversions that take place under the auspices per year. Is something like thirty so this is really not a major group of people nonetheless. The decision is actually very significant. Not in its practical sense but really in more of a symbolic sense. Tell us why it's symbolically important. At least in my mind and i think in the mind of many diaspora jews. This decision was a statement that the way jewish life is lived in the diaspora is also valid at least in some fashion in israel and remember in the law of return. Even before this ruling reform and conservative conversions were mostly accepted for the purposes of the law of return as long as they took place in the diaspora and that also matches. What happens in terms of weddings. You can have reform wedding a conservative wedding. Any type of wedding that takes place in america and it is accepted in israel but within the borders of israel was different standard for who is jewish for the purposes of law return and also who can marry and divorce in the rabbinate so this sort of knocked one of those out and united jewish world around the notion of the way the jewish people decide who is jewish is much broader than simply the orthodox rabbinate and we now will match. What's happening in israel with what has been already going on in the diaspora.

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Police raid Russian opposition leader's apartment, offices

Not Too Shabby

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Police raid Russian opposition leader's apartment, offices

"Are searching several properties linked to the country's main opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, aunt his supporters following nationwide protests about his recent detention. Mr. Navalny was arrested on his return to Russia from Germany, where had been treated after being poisoned. His Danny able hard close associates of Alexei Navalny have posted messages about on videos off raids. Police have targeted Mr Navalny's apartments, one where his wife, Yulia is said to be staying, as well as the offices of these anti corruption foundation on the studio of the online channel Navalny Live. Saturday's protest was some of the largest anti government demonstrations in years. The Russian Interior Ministry has accused those who organized and participated in them of breaching coronavirus rules. Senior

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Large car bomb kills 9 in Afghan capital

Understanding CBD

00:11 sec | 5 months ago

Large car bomb kills 9 in Afghan capital

"Afghanistan's Interior Ministry says a car bomb blast direct the Afghan capital this morning it killed at least nine people and left 20 other people in Kabul injured amongst them a member of parliament

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Vienna shooting: Austria hunts suspects after 'Islamist terror' attack

America in the Morning

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Vienna shooting: Austria hunts suspects after 'Islamist terror' attack

"In world News. Austrian authorities say five people have died, including an assailant and 17. Others were wounded in a shooting in the heart of Vienna hours before a Corona virus locked down started. Correspondent Charles Daily Desmond has the latest Austria's Interior Ministry says two men and two women have died from their injuries in the attack on Monday evening, a suspected attacker who was carrying an assault rifle and a fake suicide. This was also shot and killed by police. Initial investigations indicate the suspect has sympathized with the Islamic state Group one news agency has reported. Police have searched his apartment on other premises as well. Authorities are still trying to determine where the further Attackers may be on the run.

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5 dead in Vienna shooting; Attacker sympathized with IS

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

5 dead in Vienna shooting; Attacker sympathized with IS

"Austrian authorities say five people have died including an assailant and seventeen others wounded in a shooting in the heart of Vienna house with full of coronavirus lockdown started Austria's Interior Ministry says two men and two women have died from the injuries in the attack on Monday evening a suspected attacker who was carrying an assault rifle and a fake suicide vest was also shot and killed by police initial investigations indicate the suspect had sympathized with the Islamic state group one news agency has reported police have searched his apartment and other premises as well authorities are still trying to determine what the further attackers may be on the run I'm Charles the last month

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Police hunt gunmen in Vienna streets after ‘terrorist’ attack

All Things Considered

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Police hunt gunmen in Vienna streets after ‘terrorist’ attack

"Police in the Austrian capital of Vienna are reporting that a shooting erupted this evening. More than a dozen people were injured and accused attacker is dead. As NPR's rob Schmitz reports Austria's interior minister is calling it a terror attack. Shots rang out in downtown Vienna, prompting what city police have called a major police operation. The police urge city residents to stay indoors and not to share photos or videos of the shooting, according to media reports, an attacker targeted a synagogue in the inner city district. But the head of Austria's Jewish community, Oscar Deutsch said on Twitter it wasn't clear whether the synagogue was the target and that it in adjoining offices were closed at the time of the shooting. Austrian news service EPA, quoting the Interior Ministry, said one attacker has been killed. Another is believed to be on the

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Attack on Afghan university leaves 19 dead, 22 wounded

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Attack on Afghan university leaves 19 dead, 22 wounded

"Afghanistan's Interior Ministry says a gun attack and siege of Kabul university has left at least nineteen dead under the twenty wounded gunmen with automatic weapons and hand grenades stormed the university as it hosted a book fair sparking the hours long gunbattle soon the schools of Afghan special forces had surrounded the campus shepherding teaches and students to safety there was no immediate claim of responsibility but the Taliban issued a statement denying they took part in the assault hours later the chaos subsided as the sun set over the Afghan capital an official said three attackers were involved in the assault all of them were killed in the ensuing gunbattle I'm Charles the last month

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Turkish president calls for sweeping boycott of French goods

Not Too Shabby

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Turkish president calls for sweeping boycott of French goods

"Interior minister General de Manha has hit back at pressure from Turkey in Pakistan over France's clampdown on Islamists after the beheading of a teacher by a Chechen born militant. He singled out Pakistan and Turkey, which is called for a boycott of French goods his Mike Sanders, John Haldeman and said everyone in France should be shocked. Foreign powers thought French Muslims belong to them. Any French people share his outrage over the killing of the teacher, someone party. It's an article of faith that the state and religion as separate the Interior Ministry is scrutinizing more than 50 French institutions for Islamist leanings. It says it's working with Muslims not against them. But Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, the killer's birthplace, said that by justifying the teacher's right to show students, cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed France was inspiring terrorists.

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Car bombing in western Afghanistan kills 12, wounds over 100

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Car bombing in western Afghanistan kills 12, wounds over 100

"Suicide car bombing has killed at least 12 people and wounded more than 100 in Afghanistan's western Gor province. A hospital official in the area says he expects the death toll to rise with some people being treated for serious injuries. The Interior Ministry says the car bombing struck today near the entrance of the provincial police chief's office.

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Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran: report | TheHill - The Hill

Armed American Show

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran: report | TheHill - The Hill

"Police behavior. Bahrain reportedly stops a planned terrorist attack by Iranian backed militants, Saudi state television reports, diplomats and foreigners in by rain where the intended targets by rains. Interior Ministry didn't acknowledge the arrest, but local media reports police raided a home Showing assault rifles and explosives. At least nine are under arrest by rain is home to the U. S. Navy's fifth Fleet, and tensions between Iran and the US remain high ever since the Trump administration re invoked all U. N sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program. Just days ago by rain normalized relations with Israel. Rob

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Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran

Johnny Rocket Launch Pad

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran

"A terrorist attack from Iranian bagged militants apparently stopped by Bahrain, Saudi state television reports, diplomats and foreigners in by rain where the intended targets by rains. Interior Ministry didn't acknowledge the arrest, but local media reports, police raided a home showing assault rifles and explosives. At least nine are under arrest. Rain is home to the U. S. Navy's fifth fleet, and tensions between Iran and the US remain high percent. The Trump Administration re invoked all U. N sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear

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Afghan Vice President, Staunch Opponent of Taliban, Survives Blast

Hugh Hewitt

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Afghan Vice President, Staunch Opponent of Taliban, Survives Blast

"More bloodshed in Afghanistan. The Afghan Interior Ministry reports of bomb blast targeting a convoy of the country's vice president left 10 people dead seriously wounded dozens of others, including the vice president's bodyguards. There's been no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. Although the Taliban denies involvement. The blast occurred is the officials convoy was passing through a section of Kabul populated by shops that sell gas cylinders.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on AP News

"A spokeswoman for the Afghan Interior Ministry says a bus belonging to a local TV station has been hit by a roadside bomb in the capital Kabul killing 2 employees a ministry deputy spokeswoman says for other employees were wounded in the attack No one immediately claimed responsibility for the violence but the spokeswoman says about some cushy TV was the target an official who should confirmed the deaths of 2 employees he said 2 wounded were in critical condition a Taliban spokesman denied involvement in the attack on his Twitter account I'm sorry I shockingly

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"interior ministry" Discussed on AP News

AP News

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on AP News

"The Interior Ministry says alone Islamic gunman rampaged through a Sikh place of worship in the heart of the Afghan capital killing in excess of 20 worshippers and wounding others at least one of the dead is a child the ministry has the gunman held many for several hours as Afghan special forces helped by international troops tried to clear the building at the end of the siege around 80 worshippers were able to escape from the assault I'm Charles the last month

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KOMO

"We'll get to our traffic with Kierra and just about four minutes. But first we check in with ABC news. Good morning. It's five o'clock. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. Demands. For answers from the president of Turkey this morning. The death of reporter Jamal kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul ABC's panel is there he says president air to on laid out some of the facts in the case this morning. This has a team was sent in advance. He went on to say that the information so far points to a ferocious murder perpetrated against Schalke. Now, interestingly he didn't offer any proof buddy back. Some of the claims that have been made to the media president Derrida through a translator says, I do is to remove the heart disk in the camera system called the consulates. And in the meantime, Jamal Khashoggi was telephone eleven fifty to confirm his appointment on that day. The caravan of migrants marching through Mexico may be headed for a confrontation with Mexican police. Maybe sees Matt guffman is with the caravan now fifteen hundred miles to the nearest US border, and so far Mexican authorities have allowed people to go through unimpeded. Overnight the Mexican interior ministry saying it will begin rounding people up unless they register for asylum. But the folks here say that asylum means deportation back to Honduras, and that means we might see a confrontation in the days ahead. President Trump campaigning for Senator Ted Cruz in Houston, Texas, talking about immigration and cruises opponent Beto O'Rourke says he's actually a radical open borders winger that's what he is police in Wisconsin. Looking for a pair of cars that could be connected to the disappearance of thirteen year old Jamie cloths, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald announcing the car spotted on surveillance video near the home at the time. Jamie causes parents were killed include a red or orange two thousand two thousand fourteen dodge challenger and a two thousand six to two thousand ten black Ford edge or two thousand four to two thousand ten black Acura MDX ABC's, Ryan burrow. They're asking for thousands of volunteers today. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Your husky nation station. Komo news. News. Good.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

WNYC 820AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 820AM

"And the largest network of reporters and correspondent the bbc world service right here on wnyc am and fm new york did you know that in twenty or states in the us it legal to get married at any age sherry johnson was a child bride in florida my mom had made my wedding dress may not avail she made a cake and that wednesay night we are merit in a traditional wedding dress in a traditional wedding dress did the judge now how do you were of course mother was there she tolimer outlook weekends is off to the knees bbc news where jerry smith eight a bomb blast in the heart of the afghan capital kabul has left at least forty people dead and one hundred and forty injured a spokesman for the interior ministry told the bbc the genetic evidence packed with explosives blew up in a crowded area when started a police checkpoints the old interior ministry and several foreign embassies in nearby the taliban said they carried out the attack president clinton orlando hernandez of honduras is to be sworn in for a second term as unrest continues over his disputed election victory the opposition which accuses the president and his party of electoral fraud has called for street protests jordan is removing the subsidy onpitch of bread today in a move the government hopes will save as much as seventy million dollars the move could see prices almost double that us major increase in the cost of bread resulted in civil unrest a young hong kong prodemocracy activist has been banned from running in a byelection agnes child was hoping to stand for the demo sister party which wants selfdetermination for the city bob's the hong kong government cells said selfdetermination was inconsistent with the legal status of hong kong the american secretary of state rex tillerson has repeated the united states opposition to the nord stream two gas pipeline project mr tillis in the who's on a visit to poland said the pipeline would undermine europe's overall energy security and provide russia with more ways of politicising energy supply the authorities in paris so anxiously watching the river sane as weeks of heavy rain have caused it as well well beyond normal levels it's expected to peak at six meters over the.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The government announced its raising taxes and hiking fuel prices at least one protester was killed and five others injured amidst a police crackdown against the protests monday the tunisian interior ministry says that 55yearold protester likely died after inhaling tear gas in turkey the deputy prime minister has announced the state of emergency imposed after a july two thousand sixteen failed coup attempt will be extended for another three months alone do hun the state of emergency won't be extended again as you know as a procedure at the national security council needs to take an advisory decision and then this must be discussed in the cabinet meeting probably this will be on the agenda during the next meeting of the national security council activists say the turkish government has used the failed military coup in a state of emergency to an act of farreaching crackdown against dissidents journalists teachers intellectuals human rights activists opposition lawmakers in kurdish communities in turkey back in the united states in an unexpected move the republicancontrolled federal energy regulatory commission has rejected the trump administration's proposal to bolster coal fired a nuclear power plants trump has repeatedly promised to bolster coproduction and the number of coal jobs in the united states but its plan to do so which was outlined last fall by energy secretary rick perry has faced widespread opposition from not only environmentalists but also a wide array of corporate interests including dow chemical and coq industries multiple former energy commission shares have also criticised the.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning edition from npr news these what looked like a lackluster year for president trump and the republican party ended with a couple of complice nitz i'm noel king david gray and the gop got a historic tax go through congress had checked another box they scrapped the individual mandate of the affordable care act will look at trump's legislative record in 2017 also after fred said the color of the british passport goes back to navy blue and that the change that carries a whole lot of emotion it is thursday december 28 stanley who created spiderman the whole prevent poor so many of marvel comics characters first 95 today here's the news live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm twin explosions targeted a shiite area in kabul afghanistan this morning the afghan interior ministry says more than forty people were killed and dozens others were wounded npr's dea had deed reports from islamabad an image taken off to the attacks showed mangled bodies strewn on the ground amid the rubble the image was posted to a what's up group of local journalists local media reported that there were two suicide bombers one of them detonated his explosives at the gate of a shot cultural center the blast also damaged an iranian orange news agency there was no immediate reports about the second suicide bomber the militant group islamic state has repeatedly attacked shiites in the past they see them as heretics worthy of death and appear to be trying to trigger sectarian conflict in afganistan dea had deed npr news islamabad islamic state issued an online statement claiming responsibility china is denying reports from south korean media showing what appears to be satellite evidence of chinese ship selling oil to north korea which would be a violation of a un security council resolution npr's rob schmitz reports according to south korean media us reconnaissance satellites have spotted chinese shift selling oil to north korean vessels on the west see your own thirty times since october this comes as chinese customs is claim that it hasn't exported any oil to the north complying with a un security council resolution barring oil exports repeal yang at a press conference china foreign ministry spokeswoman watch winging insisted that china is strictly following un security council roles and said if there were a solid evidence of a violation of the roles china will deal with it in accordance with the law while then question reporters asking them if they knew whether.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is wnyc 939 fm hd new york live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm twin explosions targeted a shiite area in kabul afghanistan this morning the afghan interior ministry says more than forty people were killed and dozens others were wounded npr's dea deed reports from islamabad an image taken off to the attacks showed mangled bodies strewn on the ground amid the rubble the image was posted to a what's up group of local journalists local media reported that there were two suicide bombers one of them detonated his explosives at the gate of a shot cultural center the blast also damaged an iranian owned news agency there was no immediate reports about the second suicide bomber the militant group islamic state has repeatedly attacked shiites in the past they see them as heretics the of death and appear to be trying to trigger sectarian conflict in afganistan dea had deed npr news islamabad islamic state issued an online statement claiming responsibility china is denying reports from south korean media showing what appears to be satellite evidence of chinese ship selling oil to north korea which would be a violation of a un security council resolution npr's rob schmitz reports according to south korean media us reconnaissance satellites have spotted chinese ship selling oil to north korean vessels on the west see around thirty times since october this comes as chinese customs has claimed that it hasn't exported any oil to the north complying with un security council resolution barring oil exports appeal yang at a press conference china foreign ministry spokeswoman watch winning insisted that china is strictly following you ends here too casseroles and said if there were a solid evidence of a violation of the roles china will deal with it in accordance with a law while then question reporters asking them if they knew whether the ships caught on satellite round the sanctions list and accused them of hyping the story rob schmitz npr news shanghai today election officials in alabama are scheduled to certify democrat doug jones as the winner of a special senate election earlier this month attorneys for republican roy more filed a lawsuit last night.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from go to meeting businesses count on go to meeting for simple reliable online meetings with nearly sixty million friction lists meeting supported each year go to meeting is where real work gets done at goto meeting dot com live from npr news in washington i'm nor rahm twin explosions targeted a shiite area in kabul afghanistan this morning the afghan interior ministry says more than forty people were killed and dozens others were wounded npr's dea had deed reports from islamabad an image taken off to the attacks showed mangled bodies strewn on the ground amid the rubble the image was posted to a what's up group of local journalists local media reported that there were two suicide bombers one of them detonated his explosives at the gate of a shot cultural center the blast also damaged an iranian owned news agency there was no immediate reports about the second suicide bomber the militant group islamic state has repeatedly attacked shiites in the past they see them as heretics worthy of death and appear to be trying to trigger sectarian conflict in afganistan dea had deed npr news islamabad islamic date issued an online statement claiming responsibility china is denying reports from south korean media showing what appears to be satellite evidence of chinese ship selling oil to north korea which would be a violation of a un security council resolution npr's rob schmitz reports according to south korean media us reconnaissance satellites have spotted chinese ship selling oil to north korean vessels on the west see around thirty times since october this comes as chinese customs has claimed that it hasn't exported any oil to the north complying with a un security council resolution barring oil exports appeal yang at a press conference china foreign ministry spokeswoman watch winging insisted that china is strictly following un security council roles and said if there were a solid evidence of a violation of the roles china will deal with it in accordance with the law while then question reporters asking them if they knew whether the ships caught on satellite run the sanctions list and accused them of hyping this story rob schmitz npr news shanghai today election officials in alabama our schedule.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The news this hour from town hall dot com on val deore the fcc has voted along party lines to undo sweeping obama era net neutrality rules that guaranteed equal access to internet the new rules not only undo net neutrality rules that have been in place since two thousand fifteen but forbid states for putting anything similar in place here's correspondent by camden mick neutrality is the principle that it'll providers to treat all web traffic equally but regulators consumer advocates an internet companies were concerned about what broadband companies could do with their power as the pathway to the internet net neutrality regulations are designed to prevent internet providers from favoring some sites said apps over others advocates say undoing these rules makes it harder for the government to crack down on internet providers who act against consumer interests and will harmon ovation but opponents say undoing the rules as good for investment in broadband networks i mike regional train his school by selma crossing in southern france today killing four children critically injuring that in seven others on the bus the french interior ministry said it's one of the worst rail accidents in france in years the school bus was carrying around twenty children aged between eleven and fifteen most or by a strong economy more americans than ever are expected to travel over the christmas and new year's holidays aaa spokeswoman genetic has a law knows as the upcoming holiday season will be a busy went for travellers can be a hundred and thirty million people travelling napa the art increase over last year about three point two million more people than we thought and 26 hey most will travel by car about ninety seven million despite higher or gas prices more than six million are expected to fly in aaa says nearly four million will take trains buses or cruise ships on wall street today the nasdaq closing down at nineteen the dow down seventy seven s p down eleven you're listening to town hall news mm oh how my so praises.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Produce this hour from town hall dot com i'm val deore the fcc has voted along party lines to undo sweeping obama era net neutrality rules that guaranteed equal access to internet the new rules and not only undo net neutrality rules that have been in place since two thousand fifteen but forbid states for putting anything similar in place here's correspondent by kim ben boutrosghali is the principal but it'll providers to treat all web traffic equally but regulators consumer advocates an internet companies were concerned about what broadband companies could do with their power as the pathway to the entered at net neutrality regulations are designed to prevent internet providers from favoring some sites it apps over others advocates say undoing these rules makes it harder for the government to crack down on energy at providers who act against consumer interests in will harmon ovation when opponents say undoing the rules as good for investment in broadband networks i'm mike a regional training to school by selma crossing in southern france today killing four children critically injuring that is seven others on the bus the french interior ministry said it's one of the worst rail accidents in france in years the school bus was carrying around twenty children aged between eleven and fifteen most heard by a strong economy more americans than ever are expected to travel over the christmas and new year's holidays aaa spokeswoman genetic has solano says the upcoming holiday season will be a busy went for travellers which can be a hundred and seven million people travelling that's a large increase over last year about three point two million more people than we saw in 2016 most will travel by car about ninety seven million despite higher gas prices more than six million are expected to fly and aaa says nearly four million will take trains buses or cruise ships on wall street today the nasdaq closing down at nineteen the dow down.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Uruguayan interior ministry in a statement rocco morabito described as authorities as a prominent member of the niagara or calabrian mafia had been wanted since 1994 he was convicted in absentee of for drug trafficking and organized crime activities in italy and was sentenced to thirty years in prison the tell ya authorities said that more veto had been responsible for shipping drugs into italy ten arranging distribution in milan the oregonian interior ministry said morabito was arrested over the weekend in a hotel in the earth way in capital of monterey bay the time police said the arrests followed months of international cooperation in intelligence activities interior minister of italy marco menitti lauded more vetoes arrest saying he was considered one of the most sought after members of the nine grid dida uruguayan authorities said some months after morabito tried to enrol his daughter in a local school using his real name and his fingerprints were confirmed by italian authorities interpol issued a red notice for more veto its highest priority international arrest warrant in 1995 following an arrest warrant issued by italian prosecutors in reggio calabria authority said morabito entered uruguay in two thousand one using false brazilian identification papers including a boy these birth certificate for the last decade he lived in a comfortable rural villa near the town of maldonado adjacent to the resort city of onto bill esrey when he was arrested more veto had thirteen cell phones an automatic pistol twelve credit and debit cards a large quantity of uruguayan money and over fifty thousand in united states cache blows currency certificates fourth over one hundred thousand dollars according to the uruguayan interior ministry while in urguay morabito was indicted for three crimes of forgery and will remain in preventive detention for three months fault extradition proceedings are under way according to italian police more beater will face.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jacks rear little white house chief of staff wasted little time exercising his authority and bure scott horsely reports retired general john kelly was sworn in the sworn in and quickly accepted the resig nation of his communications director anthony scaramucci scaramucci of it on the job or just ten days a period punctuated by a profane an explicit interview he granted to the new yorker white house spokesman sarah sanders says the present thought scare moody's comments were inappropriate for someone in his position scare moved she was shown the door soon after kelly took over as chief staff general kelly i think we'll bring a new structure to the white house and discipline and strength and we're all really excited to work with him kelly had been serving his homeland security secretary where he oversaw a dramatic drop in illegal border crossings scott horsely npr news the white house the islamic state is claiming responsibility foreign attack on the iraqi embassy in kabul jennifer glass reports from the afghan capital the explosions can be heard for several blocks as afghan special forces moved through the iraqi embassy trying to dislodge three islamic state attackers this all began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate of the embassy and the three other gunmen running in afghan forces led the iraqi diplomats and staff to safety and fought with the gunman for more than three hours before killing them all all the iraqis were safe according to the afghan interior ministry the bold attack in a residential and business section in the center of kabul islamic state's third in the city for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul the us army soldier who emailed two hundred fellow true obstruct out she was transgender says it was devastating to see a twitter message from president donald trump proclaiming transgender troops are no longer welcome in the us military captain jennifer shems tells you societa dpression immediately saw her life we're going to quote depression and exhaustion as as officials would consider that their decision respectfully request that he changes the policy the hell official take all new account and give transgender americans and transgender service members though the respect that any american that is dedicated her life to the military deserves the former football player turned soldier a serve in.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in washington on lakshmi sang president donald trump has convened his cabinet with a new chief of staff retired general john kelly i just want to congratulate him on the job done with homeland security guy have known doubt that he will be an absolutely superb chief of staff however kelly's new role is spurring questions about whether the military veteran will be able to be an effective gatekeeper with president trump's governing style kelley replaces ryan's prebus who abruptly resigned days ago saying the president is allowed to press the reset button islamic state is claiming responsibility for an attack on the iraqi embassy in kabul jennifer glass has more from the afghan capital the explosions could be heard for several hawks as afghan special forces moved through the iraqi embassy trying to dislodge three islamic state attackers this all began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate of the embassy and the three other gunmen running an afghan forces led the iraqi diplomats and staff to safety and fought with a gunman for more than three hours before killing them all all the iraqis were safe according to the afghan interior ministry the bold attack in a residential and business section in the center of kabul islamic state's third in the city for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul airports across australia are under a high in state of alert after police foiled what local media say appear to be and islamists inspired plot to bring down an airliner prime minister malcolm turnbull is declining to comment on reports of poisonous gas or a bomb may have been involved four men to fathers in their sons were picked up during multiple raids in the sydney area they have not yet been charged the world's of american stage and screen or mourning the loss of sam sheppard the pulitzer prizewinning playwright an oscarnominated actor has died at the age of seventy three of complications from a l ass also known.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington on lakshmi sang president donald trump has convened his cabinet with a new chief of staff retired general john kelly i just want to congratulate him on the job done with homeland security have no doubt that he will be an absolutely superb chief of staff however kelly's new role is spurring questions about whether the military veteran will be able to be an effective gatekeeper with president trump's governing style kelley replaces roy raines prebus who abruptly resigned days ago saying the president is allowed to press the reset button islamic state is claiming responsibility for an attack on the iraqi embassy in kabul jennifer glass has more from the afghan capital the explosions could be heard for several blocks as afghan special forces moved to the iraqi embassy trying to dislodge three islamic state attackers is all began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the gate of the embassy and the three other gunmen running an afghan forces led the iraqi diplomats and staff to safety and fought with the gunman for more than three hours before killing them all all the iraqis were safe according to the afghan interior ministry the bold attack in residential and business section in the center of kabul islamic state's third in the city for npr news i'm jennifer glass in kabul airports across australia are under a heightened state of alert after police foiled what local media say appear to be and islamists inspired plot to bring down an airliner prime minister malcolm turnbull is declining to comment on reports of poisonous gas or a bomb may have been involved four men to fathers in their sons were picked up during multiple raids in.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WDRC

"The country we have to have health care and it can't be obamacare which is melting down president trump addressing republican senators with the white house who shortime after senate majority leader mitch mcconnell decided not to put the bill approval this week growing opposition from with inner republican rang sicily any action on a senate healthcare bill gop leaders intended to move on this week but majority leader mitch mcconnell insist the repeal and replace effort is not dead no no continue to talk this very complicated good since that announcement there won't be any vote until after the july four three says additional republicans have wished opposition to the current health care proposal suggesting mukandala's well short of the fifty votes needed to pass the measure fox's jared help read another as apparent global cyber attack appears to be spreading businesses in asia india australia reply computer systems booting up wednesday walked by ransomware after russia and ukraine were hard hit on tuesday computer sir security experts to brolin says flee should have learned from low wannacry mel where it's acts of last month he chose systems properly you keep them updated on that will really rule out a loss of these exploits the details madam face hackers demanding three hundred dollars in bitcoin to unlock those computer files antigovernment violence is spiking of venezuela tuesday of stolen police helicopter strafed the interior ministry the dropped four grenades near the venezuelan supreme court building president nicolas maduro blaming of former police pilot for the attack men thought to be oscar perez leader posting on of video calling for medeiros overthrow widespread looting and flyers were also said of government buildings in the venezuelan coastal city of america fox news.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Tag ready a rosenstein they didn't know quite what to make of it but rosenstein is under extreme pressure if muller decisive do a special council investigation of obstruction of justice involving the president and it involves the firing of komi then rosenstein is a potential witness president's tweets could be legally problematic him says abc the new political director reclining it's one thing to to declare war on democrats but declaring war on bob muller after james call me rod rosenstein you've got a lot of republicans on the hill who are not going to be comfortable with following him down that road the second thing is that these tweets they're not just distractions their potentially evidence congressman adam shift chop democrat on the house intelligence committee of the white house air essentially engaging in a scorched earth litigation strategy that is beginning with try to discredit the prosecutor republican newt gingrich former house speaker recalls the russia investigation baloney and also says trump has a compulsion to counterattack then is very pugnacious i don't think serves in well i don't think that tweet helped him gingrich and schiff on abc's this week an american citizen whose an employee of the world bank when he was on his way to work in afghanistan's capital was stopped in his car by people wearing uniforms the afghan security forces but they were not they kidnapped him say afghan police one of the helicopters dropping water in a wild fire in portugal that has killed at least sixty people about half of them died in their cars engulfed by flames on a road between two towns according to an interior ministry official a lightning strike is believed to have caused that fire you're listening to abc news presents would to consider when considering home security been adt sign is more than a sign it's a line in the sand on one side your family on the other than uncertain world for over one hundred forty years more people have chosen adt to help prevent crime than anyone else get adt starting just twenty ninety nine a month tested trusted with thirty six month contract for licensing and terms and conditions visit adtcom guys don't really talk about any burst sprint despite that ninety.

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"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"interior ministry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm steve inskeep a carbomb exploded this morning in the heart of afghanistan's capital kabul the blast happened during rushhour the casualties were still being counted but number in the dozens killed and hundreds more wounded and let's talk about this with journalist jennifer glass who's on the line from kabul high jennifer i would you describe the area in which this explosion took place it is very maine road in the center of kabul in the heart of the diplomatic district or the german embassy a gift across the street the turkish embassy not far away the indian embassy a whole number o of of of embassy in that area but nothing lumpy dan either heavilyfortified road is a very busy one at the main thoroughfare it run from the interior ministry for the foreign ministry down all the way toward the american embassy needed in maine road knocked on on one bite it's called the green on this where hide whack while protect the embassy and other government compound but on the other side of the road are regular afghan business is a major so they often a cell phone company here a popular television station a hotel not far away mostly all the windows they're blown out many of the building very heavily damaged including the german embassy which is behind the laughable that how big the glass what is it possible to say what the target was among all those possible targets you just mentioned it's unclear whether the target was for example the television station we've seen the taleban target yala recently it's it's unclear whether it was one of the embassies.

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