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"international aids conference" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Be over, but the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan. As the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces me. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a busy This caught fire when eight ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had Drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News 99 years serving DFW Trending now now on W v, P and W come, I'm Ken Jeffries from the preservation pre services W P A P 24 7 News Desk Governor Abbott's approval rating has sunk to its lowest level since he took office new polling conducted in August by the Texas politics. Object at the University of Texas at Austin found that just 41% of state residents approve of Abbott's job performance and half said they disapproved. The polls showed that 35% of respondents said the state was headed in the right direction. While a record number of Texans 52% believe the state is headed in the wrong direction. That's the highest negative response level since the regular poll was launched in 2000 and nine Steve Coming W B A P 24 7 News El Paso area Democratic Congresswoman Veronica Escobar says people in the lone Star State are terrified, and it's a nightmare. The new abortion law actually went into effect. What this law and other laws like it will do is simply make it deadlier, more dangerous. Speaking on CBS has faced the nation, she says The law makes neighbors and family members a form of bounty hunters, since it encourages people to report women who are seeking abortions. She called for removing the filibuster from Congress and expanding the court sold. Roe versus Wade is not overturned. Escobar says focusing more on sexual education can lead to less abortions around the country. And Congressman Michael McCaul, whose district stretches from Greater Houston to the outskirts of Austin, says hundreds of U. S. Citizens in Afghan allies are stuck in Afghanistan. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, he said zero people have evacuated since American troops pulled out of the war torn nation at the end of August. He suggested that's because the Taliban are holding them hostage. And, he added, The situation is worse than before The 9 11 attacks Because now the Taliban have US weapons. W B A P weather on this labor Day variable clouds. And this from a high of 93 degrees right now at 79 degrees at DFW from the W B A P news.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fox News. America's longest war may be over, but the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational like Again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport. But guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of the California Why Fire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the count or fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire. +18 Ft of water inundated the town there really five 100. Water rescues took place at home saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"From the Afghan withdrawn continues. I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over. But the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes straight. Yanks has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but Qatari sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks or reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders For the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight FT of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, Saving 1000 people this as we are Seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment, police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"I'm Mary Carcetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over. But the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised. Box Australia Angst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar e sources do say. The focus will be on evacuation and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks or reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say evacuation orders for the area where Used to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the count or fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight FT of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video. Of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment, Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Corsetti FOX News. America's longest war may be over, but the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations. To determine who will run the airport. But guitar e sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business cop fired when eight ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment, police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Afghan Withdraw continues. I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over, but the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Racial again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport. But guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people had been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business cop fired +18 Ft of water inundated the town there really U 500 Water rescues took place at home Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment, police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News..

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"international aids conference" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The box. Australians has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but Guitar sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. Cities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment, locked doors, rising water and electrical Dangerous made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in, they found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:39 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport. But guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks or reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced To flee South Lake Tahoe because of the California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business cop fired when eight ft of water Are inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News. Hey,.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"May be over. But the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes straight. Yanks has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban New Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of the California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the corridor fire inched. Closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight FT of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that Confirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:44 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over. But the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticized. Fox Australia Angst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitarist or Do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say evacuation orders for the area Were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight FT of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, saving 1000 people this as we are seeing. New video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment, but locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News. 99 years serving. DFL trending now now on W B and w b a p dot com It's 902. I'm Steve. Coming at the preservation Tree Services. W B A P. 24 7 News desk. Governor. Abbott's approval rating has sunk to its lowest level since he took office. New polling conducted in August by the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas at Austin. Found that just 41% of state residents approve of Abbott's job performance and half said they disapprove of this leadership. The poll also showed that a record high number of Texans 52% believe the state is headed in the wrong direction. Only 35% of respondents said the state was headed in the right direction. That's the highest negative response level since the regular poll was launched in 2009. Texas currently leads all states with the highest average number of new daily covid 19 infections. Over the past two weeks, the state has averaged well over 19,000 new daily infections. More than 14,500. People are hospitalized in the state and an average of about 240 Texans are dying each day. Texas Democratic representative Veronica Escobar says people in the state are terrified and it's a nightmare. The new abortion law actually went into effect. What this law and other laws like it will do is simply make it deadlier, more dangerous. Speaking on CBS's face the Nation, Escobar added, Since it encourages people to report women who are seeking an abortion, neighbors and friends and family members are being incentivized to be bounty hunters. She called for removing the filibuster for Congress and expanding the Supreme Court. So Roe versus Wade is not overturned, and Escobar said focusing more on sexual education could lead to fewer abortions.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"And but Brian Downey, thank you for weighing in on it, and we'll have you back soon. Thank you can always go on forever. Leave any time. All right? Okay, now, an entire hour with Brian Downey did it. Joe Escalante live from Hollywood. We'll be back. We're always back at the business. End of show business. Okay, E I b Los Angeles This is the Patriot. Am 11 50 broadcasting throughout the Southland and all over the world on I heart radio. Pull out from the Afghan withdrawal continues. I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over, but the Biden administrations withdraw of U. S troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar Resources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of the California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for The area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business card fire when eight FT of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, Saving 1000 people this as we are The new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I'm Mary Corsetti. Fox News. America's longest war may be over, but the Biden administration's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan has been widely criticised boxes. Trey Yingst has the latest on the Kabul airport, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar Sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the The area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business cop fired +18 Ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing. New video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment, police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned. Inside is Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News..

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Port, which is now under Taliban control. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks or reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold International aid conference on September 13th to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey, and you York City on Tuesday to survey the extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business caught fire when eight ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home, saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors, rising water and electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the First responders got in. They found three people. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Roll. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris who work around the clock to try to get the Kabul airport operational again. We do know there are ongoing negotiations to determine who will run the airport, but guitar E sources do say the focus will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running under their new Islamic system. Video in the Afghan capital shows lines at a number of banks. While reports indicate other facilities have closed. The United Nations is scheduled to hold an international aid conference on step Number 13 to discuss issues that Afghanistan faces. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of people forced to flee South Lake Tahoe because of a California wildfire could begin to return to their homes. State fire officials say Evacuation orders for the area were reduced to warnings on Sunday. Some 22,000 people have been forced to flee the area last week as the cow door fire inched closer, plus New York and New Jersey are starting to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Ida. President Biden will be visiting Manville, New Jersey and New York City on Tuesday to survey the Extensive damage. Manville is where three homes in a business cut fired when eight ft of water inundated the town there really 500 water rescues took place at home Saving 1000 people this as we are seeing new video of NYPD officers responding to a flooded basement that was converted into an apartment. Police had an unconfirmed report of people stuck inside the New York City basement apartment locked doors. Rising water. Electrical dangers made it impossible to get inside. By the time the first responders got in, they found three People. A two year old boy and his parents had drowned inside boxes. Brian Eunice America is listening to Fox News..

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

"They're facing a second wave. Germany, France, Italy and other nations are imposing the most severe restrictions since early spring. It leaves many of us wondering how long will this go on? And how will this pandemic end? This is something medical historian. Marconi's bomb has thought about a lot. He's the author of the Pandemic Century 100. Years of Panic, Hysteria and Hubris. You know, we all have High hopes that we won't only have one vaccine, but maybe multiple vaccine candidates, But I think it's very unlikely that we're going to have that vaccine at least you know. Ready to be deployed across populations much before the summer of 2021 on even when we do, it's most likely that you know it's not going to give you no long lasting or lifetime rather lifetime protection so we might need booster shots, so I don't think it's going to end. Cleanly with, you know, suddenly a miracle vaccine that does the job across populations. So what does that mean? It doesn't mean that we're going to have to adjust and learned to live with covert, and we've already seen that, to a certain extent. So let's take a historic perspective here. There have been many comparisons between Cove in 19 and the influence of 1918. How did that pandemic end? There were no vaccines against influenza in 1918 1919. And we don't have many treatment drugs, either. So officials had little choice but to let the pandemic running schools. It ended essentially because we assumed that enough people got the disease and recovered and then had immunity, so that meant there were no longer sufficient susceptible people of the population to continue transmitting the disease. On then, you know, come the summer of 1919 the flu, just dissipate religious background and joined a ll the other types of flu the Rory circulating between the southern and northern hemispheres. So are you saying the 1918 flew ended because of herd immunity? I mean, was that the plan? Well, I don't want to use that phrase herd immunity because for a very specific reason, I think it's really being misused in the present situation, so If you look through medical history, you know, the concept of herd immunity only starts be used in medicine in connection vaccines. We haven't actually reached herd immunity in any epidemic. In the absence of a vaccine is the vaccine that allows us to reach, you know, there's very light high levels of population immunity. In the case of influenza because everyone is exposed to influence influence. In some point in their life. There is always a background level ofthe community that we have, even if a new pandemics training comes along. The difference is that the covert 19 is a completely new pathogen in human populations. So when this whole thing started back in January, nobody anywhere in the world had any community to the pathogen. I know you've noted that even when the acute danger of a virus disappears the experience of living through a pandemic and have lasting political and cultural impact. I mean HIV when it first emerged, certainly an example of that. What about other examples that you've seen? So when people usually ask how the epidemics and they usually ask you for the medical point of view, right? But of course, there's also a sense in which epidemics may end because we choose To you. From a social point of view. I learned to live with the virus or no longer spreads. Faeroe Panic. HIV AIDS is still a medical issue is still very much a medical pandemic, but we no longer fetch of from a social point of view that probably ended, at least in the West. And you know the early Northern's Andi, you know the diseases eradicated History no longer present. Great for. So if you think of the 19th century color was a terrible disease that cools outbreaks in York and you know other cities and there was panic. But of course, we know have vaccines for cholera and unions and the treatable. So these are all ways in which the epidemic could end from a social point of view and no longer be a focus for you know this intense public health messaging and this's kind of narratives of fair Some people see it a slightly hysterical response. I don't share that. But I still think it's a very serious threat. There's a lot worse than you know. Seasonal for, or indeed, the 1957 68 pandemics. Marconi's bomb is a medical historian and author of the Pandemic, Century 100. Years of Panic, Hysteria and Hubris. He's been speaking with us from London. Thank you very much, Mark. Thank you very much for having me. Scientists are working around the clock to develop medicines for code 19, but better treatments. Even a vaccine won't end the pandemic, not of big parts of the world lack access to new products. This worry is sparing some countries to take unprecedented action to try and change the rules for how scientific knowledge is controlled and shared. The worlds. Alana Gordon has more At a recent closed council meeting of the World Trade Organization, South Africa and India. That's something that hadn't been done before. They asked the W T O to waive all patents and intellectual property rights for any covert 19 drugs, technologies and vaccines for the duration of the pandemic. Musta came to comma, South Africa's representative to the council and introduced the proposal. It is a limited time bound exception to the enforcement of intellectual property rights in the interests ofthe public health in the interest of saving lives and in the interest of the poorest and the most exposed to the ravages off this virus. Currently, when a company develops a drug. It gets all the rights, meaning it gets to control the price and production for many years. It determines what other companies are allowed to make the drug for whom and under what terms. The idea is to incentivize innovation, But the Gamma says this control can also limit production and access. And that can delay critical drugs from getting to communities that need them during a pandemic. The world just cannot afford that. We need to maximize the production capacity. We need to transfer no hind technology so that we can save lights. We need more people to produce, not less. Gamma has seen up close how the global patenting system through the W T O can fall short in times of need. By the early two thousands. Millions of people in Africa had died of AIDS because they were shut out from access to life saving drugs. I was a youth at that time. And I still recall the pandemonium in our communities. South African leaders tried to procure a cheaper supply of medicine, but we're challenged in court. These were resisted by a coalition of international pharmaceutical companies, which opposed Our health minister and head of state at that time was Nelson Mandela. Eggs today off Is claiming more lives. On the Somme. Family on floor. Former President Nelson Mandela spoke at the International AIDS Conference in the year 2000 most important step who must now take is to provide access to treatment..

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A firm known as Iron Gate, which operates Trump International Hotel. Waikiki received a two million to $5 million loan iron, Gates says Trump is not a direct property owner. Another loan recipient has ties to Trump's son in law and White House advisor Jared Kushner. The company Princeton, Forrestal is affiliated with the Kushner family and runs realestate in hotel properties. Princeton is listed as receiving a loan of between one million and $2 million. Claudie Salis NPR NEWS Washington A presumptive Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, has released a plan to rebuild US supply chains. NPR's as McCauley reports, the focus is on making sure the country's does not face future supply shortages in a pandemic. Biden's plan is a direct response to how he feels President Trump has mishandled the Corona virus pandemic. His plan says the country needs to focus on ensuring it has enough vital supplies specifically medical equipment so that it's not dependent on a foreign country like China in the future. The goal is to increase domestic manufacturing and build up strategic stockpiles, while also encouraging pharmaceutical companies that have been offshoring to bring that key production to the U. S. If elected by then would undertake a 100 day reviewed identify National security Risk America supply chains. Then ask Congress to enact a mandatory review every four years. Asma Khalid NPR news on Wall Street stocks Kate back some of yesterday's gains amid Corona virus concerns, the Dow dropped 296 points. The NASDAQ was down 89 points. This is NPR live from Cape Kennedy News. I'm terrorist. Siler, California's attorney general, is suing federal education Secretary Betsy DeVos for allegedly siphoning away pandemic relief funds from public schools. Under the department rule released last week, private schools would be eligible to receive money from the Federal Cares Act. States G. Javier Sarah says that violates the congressional intent to distribute money to low income students. Boss We'll argue that it's about providing equitable services that couldn't be further from the truth. This pandemic is hurting all of our schools, but those with the fewest resource is of less ways to confront the challenges. Sarah joins four other states and the District of Columbia in the lawsuit, the Department of Education did not respond to a request for comment. San Francisco's Grace Cathedral hosted an interfaith service today as part of the 23rd International AIDS Conference Live streamed because of the Corona virus pandemic. AIDS, 2020 was supposed to take place in San Francisco this year. The epicenter of the epidemic that ravaged the city's gay community. For decades ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took note of the cathedral cathedrals pivotal role of accepting people with HIV into the church when they face so much stigma. Many of us sadly attended more than one funeral a week in this place it and welcoming place. As people say fighting AIDS epidemic is even more than an issue is a moral ethic guided by the belief in the dignity and worth of every person. The theme of this year's AIDS conference is resilience, underscoring the progress made And the work that remains to be done in Oakland. I'm terrorist Siler News. The San.

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"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"international aids conference" Discussed on KQED Radio

"There was Randy Shilts reporting for KQED TV back in nineteen eighty nine and Andrew stoner as we heard there again not not afraid of tangling with act up which was very much an activist group obviously but the one that had tactics that sometimes people found very abrasive that was sort of the point of what they were doing but he became in some ways the focal point of their anger at times that's right and I think part of that was earned in the the chronicle made some interesting choices where they would have Randy cover act up events as a reporter and then later lighting right after the pinyin piece on the same thing and that's an interesting take by a newspaper to have a a beat reporter do the very same thing as an a a columnist opinion column this I think that's where some people would would begin the question is there a line is he's truly being objective or or and he would say he was he was trying to be but I think he was unhappy with how he was treated it was interesting I open the book with him speaking at the sixth international aids conference in in Canada and his opening remarks were were interrupted by act up protesters there and so this moment of great achievement for him as as as a author and journalist is interrupted by act up protesters and but you they've now we know of course act up you know in in a crisis like that they played an important role in keeping the the the drum beat going and keeping it loud so that this is the issue didn't go and I think that that's a shared value that Randy had Randy wanted people to to pay attention to this to do something about it. I remember I mean I knew Randy from my work in city hall Hank and I don't know if you ever went to this we have this annual Christmas party up at his house in Greenville which he called Schultz miss which was.

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Anti-HIV Pills Powerfully Protect Uninfected Persons

24 Hour News

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Anti-HIV Pills Powerfully Protect Uninfected Persons

"Madam secretary won't. Lek secretaries of state when it premieres this fall CBS has, former secretaries Hillary Clinton. Madeleine Albright and, Colin Powell will appear. On, the dramas fifth, season premiere, October seventh star Leonie in her role, as secretary of state Elizabeth McCord six their advice Clinton tweeted it was wonderful to spend some time on the set for Albright this is a return to the show she previously appeared. During its second season Clinton was secretary of state, under President Barack Obama Powell was President George W. Bush's top diplomat and Albright was the first woman to become secretary of state during, President Bill Clinton's administration New research, shows aids, treatment, drugs, can actually prevent uninfected people from catching the. HIV virus during sex in one study there were no infections among gay men. Who used to, pills either daily or, just before and after sex with someone with HIV in a second. Study no uninfected man caught the virus if they had sex with a partner. Who was taking medication for HIV both. Studies were discussed Tuesday at the international aids conference in Amsterdam there is no aids vaccine so other prevention methods are crucial to. Curb the pedantic You've reached the high fashion hotline hi my family's going to a concert in. The park and we want her style to be the main, attraction, rock, over.

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'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

Today

02:12 min | 4 years ago

'Miles to go' in fight against HIV, UN report warns

"Court and in particular you've had a failure to, make disclosure on time In very many cases and also as part of that sometimes failure actually to make available evidence that is really critical the report says the right skills and technology are needed to deal with a massive digital. Evidence from electric devices and government. Must consider if funding sufficient Alison Saunders says there's an unprecedented focus on finding solutions and the CPS will carefully. Consider the report the UN panel has wounded dangerous complacency is threatening progress made in the international fight against HIV and aids in a report published in the nonsense the experts. Say the world is likely to see a resurgence of the HIV epidemic and how, systems may not be able to cope with a sizable generation of young people now entering adulthood professor lyndale Becker who is chairing the international. Aids conference in, Amsterdam told us efforts must get back on track Backing gets been premature triumphalism actually that is sort of allowed people to sit back and think we done and move needing. Onto the priority regions all around. The world where we've been left populations behind marginalized population or indeed at we just not moving fast enough to. Get people on treatment and importantly to re look at prevention in his first speech as health secretary Matt Hancock will pledge to champion and each has staff many of whom. He says feel unappreciated he will sit out plans to spend nearly half a billion, pounds on technology for the NHS in England Health editor Hugh Pym reports, Matt Hancock who took on the health and social care portfolio from Jeremy hunt will say it's heartbreaking the NHL staff often say they feel undervalued and that he was horrified at the levels of harassment reported in staff surveys acknowledging the government NHS must do. More to, support staff he'll announce a consultation exercise on workforce issues the secretary, of state will also spell out details of I four, hundred ninety seven million pounds, of previously. Allocated money will be spent on NHS technology.

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Prince Harry, Elton John to launch coalition against HIV in men

Armstrong and Getty

01:19 min | 4 years ago

Prince Harry, Elton John to launch coalition against HIV in men

"To deal with the backlog of infrastructure needs at our national parks he says there are existing funds that can be tapped to get the job done and survey shows most americans support roe v wade a new gallup poll revealed sixty four percent of americans believe roe v wade should stand while twenty eight percent would like to see it overturned the results come as the senate prepares to hold confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh the poll was taken last week before president trump pick cavanaugh to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy many democrats and a handful of moderate senate republicans have voiced their opposition to the fiftythreeyearold judge based on his views on a variety of issues including abortion mark mayfield nbc news radio a special fund raiser is set for tomorrow for the permanent memorial for victims of the aurora theater shooting the third annual reflection garden on tap beer festival runs from one to four the dedication of the permanent memorial set for july twenty seven th which will be a week after the six year mark since the shooting sir elton john and prince harry set to launch a global coalition focused on treating hiv infections in men the john aids foundation and the international aids foundation announcing yesterday they will launch the coalition at the two thousand eighteen international aids conference in amsterdam that's going to be on july twenty four john noted the urgent need to scale up men's access to the engagement in hiv testing and treatment services and.

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