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Fresh update on "international red cross" discussed on  Financial Issues with Dan Celia

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:15 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "international red cross" discussed on Financial Issues with Dan Celia

"Had monster F slow, We said the first Americans to receive a Corona virus vaccine could get it as soon as December. 11th Slough, he said. Our plan is to be able to ship vaccines to the immunization sites within 24 hours from the approval, so I expect maybe on day two after approval on the 11th or the 12th of December, All decisions are made and the train is running. After two hurricanes calamitous Central America recently, Yusa is on the way to help the United States is sending $17 million in humanitarian aid to erase a Central America in Colombia that were devastated by two major hurricanes. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted that aid and military rescue craft were being mobilized to help areas struck by hurricane iota. At least 40 people have been killed by the storm made landfall in north eastern Nicaragua late last week as a Category four hurricane. The International Red Cross says several 100,000 people are still in shelters or camps. Across Honduras and Nicaragua and.

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"international red cross" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | Last month

"international red cross" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Am Dominic Parisi will never be forgotten here. It's like he'll never be gone. He owes presence will always be felt at that shop. Glen shot 10 10 wins. You're in hocus. New International Red Cross report finds the pandemic is negatively affecting our mental health, The seven countries survey found. The most common complaint during the pandemic is that people feel no one is listening to them. Robert Mardini, the Dorsey's director general, says there is an urgent need for increased funding for mental health on DH psychosocial support. This is the huge task there is no single country, There is no single humanitarian organization that can do it, the report says. Mental Health programs are relatively inexpensive and vital right now. Triple A has released a study that Mohr animals have been hit by drivers last year than any year. In the past decade In the state of New York, there were more than 36,000 crashes involving animals 10% more than in 2018. The majority of the crash is 1600 were found in Orange County, followed by ST Lawrence County and Suffolk County, the report says. Dear caused the greatest danger for drivers. Because of their size and their weight. A sign of the pandemic times for the airline industry. British Airways retired the last two of its Boeing 7 47 planes today at London's Heathrow Airport Airline announced that it was grounding at 7 47 fleet. Due to the damaging financial impact of covert 19. Wins news time. 3 19 J. Foreigner here CEO of Rocket Mortgage Making.

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'Global solidarity' needed, to find affordable, accessible COVID-19 vaccine

WBBM Late Morning News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

'Global solidarity' needed, to find affordable, accessible COVID-19 vaccine

"The United Nations and the international red cross and red crescent movement want governments and others to unite in developing a vaccine to protect all people against the the coronavirus coronavirus repeal repeal comes comes ahead ahead of of a a vaccine vaccine summit summit in in London London organized organized by by the the global global vaccine vaccine alliance alliance which which seeks seeks to to mobilize mobilize millions millions of of dollars dollars of of funding funding for countries nineteen treatment the statement by the groups says the people's vaccine should protect the affluent the pool the old and young pulling it's a moral imperative to brings us all together in a shared humanity the ocean C. of finding a way to stem outbreaks is clearly evident India has announced yes another record number of daily new infections

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Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

"The United Nations and the international red cross and red crescent movement urging governments to unite the developing a people's vaccine to protect everyone against the coronavirus the repeal comes ahead of a vaccine summit in London organized by the global vaccine alliance which seeks to mobilize millions of dollars of funding for a cause his nineteen treatment a statement by the groups says the people's baxeen should protect the affluent the pool the old and young pulling it's a moral imperative to brings us all together in a shared humanity the ocean C. of finding a way to stem outbreaks is clearly evident India has announced yet another record number of daily new infections I'm Charles the last month

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Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

"The United Nations and the international red cross and red crescent movement urging governments to unite the developing a people's vaccine to protect everyone against the coronavirus the repeal comes ahead of a vaccine summit in London organized by the global vaccine alliance which seeks to mobilize millions of dollars of funding for a cause his nineteen treatment a statement by the groups says the people's baxeen should protect the affluent the pool the old and young pulling it's a moral imperative to brings us all together in a shared humanity the ocean C. of finding a way to stem outbreaks is clearly evident India has announced yet another record number of daily new infections I'm Charles the last month

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Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Pandemic hits poorest hardest as India, Pakistan cases jump

"The United Nations and the international red cross and red crescent movement urging governments to unite the developing a people's vaccine to protect everyone against the coronavirus the repeal comes ahead of a vaccine summit in London organized by the global vaccine alliance which seeks to mobilize millions of dollars of funding for a cause his nineteen treatment a statement by the groups says the people's baxeen should protect the affluent the pool the old and young pulling it's a moral imperative to brings us all together in a shared humanity the ocean C. of finding a way to stem outbreaks is clearly evident India has announced yet another record number of daily new infections I'm Charles the last month

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Red Cross urges halt to cyberattacks on healthcare sector amid COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Red Cross urges halt to cyberattacks on healthcare sector amid COVID-19

"The head of the international red cross the president of Microsoft and former secretary of state Madeleine Albright has signed a letter calling for an end to cyber attacks on medical facilities during the pandemic CBS news technology analyst Larry magnets as a particular concern is state sponsored attacks there have been some recent cyber attacks against healthcare facilities and covert nineteen related research projects any cyber attack can be disruptive but when it's against a health organization in the middle of a pandemic it can literally be fatal and attacks against research organizations could interfere with the development of a vaccine or a cure some sophisticated hacks recently of targeted research centers in an apparent effort to steal data about covert nineteen

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Humanitarian crisis unfolds in hurricane-stricken Bahamas

AP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Humanitarian crisis unfolds in hurricane-stricken Bahamas

"To how the United Nations and the international red cross are mobilizing to deal with the unfolding humanitarian crisis in a bit of good news to the south of the Bahamas most populous island in New Providence which is the side of the capital Nassau and has over a quarter million people has reportedly suffered little damage the national hurricane center says next up for the slow moving in now we can to Dorian the Florida coast late Tuesday and North Carolina toward the end of the

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"international red cross" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KCRW

"Of the eastern United States is watching to see where her king Dorian a finally moves next and here's Greg Allen is in west Palm Beach Florida tracking the storm from that vantage point hi Greg. what are you learning there about what hurricane Dorian has left in its path and the Bahamas. well you know the impact is still happening as we speak on grand Bahama island as you say of the storms been over the island for more than a day now the good news is that we hear from the national hurricane center is that after being stationary it's actually started to move now moved very slowly away about very slowly at this point so you still have high winds and flood waters just besieging grand Bahama island we understand there's been thousands of homes destroyed we some works in pictures and video coming out of Abaco which got the hit first and then grand Bahama which is still getting it we see cars overturned roofs missing we hear from the international red cross said some thirteen thousand homes may be destroyed on the storm surge which really been a problem there and you see some some video of people formed human chains and getting into their attics did to escape the rising flood waters and the airport in grand Bahama his there six feet of water see video of that just amazing the amount of water that she'd been poring over that island of we've heard about five people dead that's a number that's unfortunately likely to rise we hear more from the government probably later today yeah but it's a it's a dire situation so I mean how do they even begin to to conduct rescue and recovery they can't yet right well yes that's a real problem right now with these high winds it's it's really not possible on grand Bahama while Dorian sits on the island the world Bahamas defense force has been out though a since yesterday conducting some rescues we don't have any details on that on Abaco the U. S. Coast Guard arrived.

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Abaco Islands Feel Dorian’s Wrath

Morning Edition

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Abaco Islands Feel Dorian’s Wrath

"Martin the storm is just stop hurricane Dorian is essentially parked over the Bahamas pummeling the islands with rain and winds especially grand Bahama and the Abaco islands the Bahamas foreign minister Derren Henfield talked with reporters yesterday. you ever see this property damage it is not safe if all goes. our lines are down. down trees across the street. meanwhile much of the eastern United States is watching to see where her came Dorian a finally moves next and here's Greg Allen is in west Palm Beach Florida tracking the storm from that vantage point hi Greg. what are you learning there about what hurricane Dorian has left in its path and the Bahamas. well you know the impact is still happening as we speak on grand Bahama island as you say of the storms been over the island for more than a day now the good news is that we hear from the national hurricane center is that after being stationary it's actually started to move now moved very slowly away but very slowly at this point so you still have high winds and flood waters just besieging grand Bahama island we understand there's been thousands of homes destroyed we some boxing pictures and video coming out of Abaco which got the hit first and then grand Bahama which still getting it we see cars overturned roofs missing we hear from the international red cross at some thirteen thousand homes may be destroyed on the storm surge which really been a problem there and you see some some video of people formed human chains and getting into their attics due to escape the rising flood waters and the airport in grand Bahama is your six feet of water see video of that just amazing the amount of water that she's been poring over the island of we've heard about five people dead that's a number that's unfortunately likely to rise we hear more from the government probably later today yeah but it's a it's a dire situation so I mean how do they even begin to to conduct rescue and recovery they can't yet right well yes that's a real problem right now with these high winds it's it's really not possible on grand Bahama wall Dorian sits on the island the world Bahamas defense force has been out though a since yesterday conducting some rescues we don't have any details on that on I have a coat the U. S. Coast Guard

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"international red cross" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KCRW

"Beach Florida tracking the storm from that vantage point hi Greg hi Rachel what are you learning there about what hurricane Dorian has left in its path and the Bahamas. well you know the impact is still happening as we speak on grand Bahama island as you say of the storms been over the island for more than a day now the good news is that we hear from the national hurricane center is that after being stationary it's actually started to move now moved very slowly away about very slowly at this point so you still have high winds and flood waters just besieging grand Bahama island we understand there's been thousands of homes destroyed we some works in pictures and video coming out of Abaco which got the hit first and then grand Bahama which is still getting it we see cars overturned roofs missing we hear from the international red cross said some thirteen thousand homes may be destroyed on the storm surge which really been a problem there and you see some some video of people formed human chains and getting into their attics did to escape the rising flood waters and the airport in grand Bahama his there six feet of water see video of that just amazing the amount of water that she's been poring over that island of we've heard about five people dead that's a number that's unfortunately likely to rise we hear more from the government probably later today yeah but it's a it's a dire situation so I mean how do they even begin to to conduct rescue and recovery they can't yet right well yes that's a real problem right now with these high winds it's it's really not possible on grand Bahama while Dorian sits on the island the world Bahamas defense force has been out though since yesterday conducting some rescues we don't have any details on that on Abaco the U. S. Coast Guard arrived.

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Bahamas devastated by hurricane Dorian.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:58 min | 1 year ago

Bahamas devastated by hurricane Dorian.

"Coming up on the news a Bahamas Commas slammed by category five Harkin Dorian general election discussions in number ten amid brexit battle and Berlin zoo celebrates red birth of panda twins. It's Monday September Timbuktu. I'm Anthony Davis Hurricane. Dorian has caused unprecedented unprecedented devastation in the Bahamas. The country's leader has said the storm the second strongest Atlantic hurricane on record remains extremely dangerous said that Prime Minister Hubert menace some thirteen thousand houses of fear damaged or destroyed according to the International Red Cross pictures showed surging floodwaters what is upturned cars and snapped trees. Dorian is the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas since records began and will later move dangerously close is to the US East Coast according to forecasters it hit the Bahamas as a category five hurricane but it's now weakened to a category four with maximum sustained twins near one hundred and fifty five miles an hour says the US National Hurricane Center in its latest update Dorian will however remain a powerful hurricane during during the next couple of days. The storm is crawling over Grand Bahama with a population of around fifty thousand people and is only sixty miles east of West Palm Beach in Florida. Dorian is traveling west of just over one mile an hour. NHCD said it added that the hurricane would continue to pound Grand Bahama the island through much of Monday the winds at the core of the storm spinning so fast that the center is collapsing on itself stalling over the area and weakening the storms. I this is making it expand and caused damage over large area and could raise water levels by as much as twenty three feet in parts heart. Grand Bahama Island Donald Trump yesterday marveled over hurricane Dorian size incorrectly telling the public about its potential off off and suggesting he's never heard of a category five storm before Dorian in fact is the fourth category five storm to happen under his watch. speculation is mounting that Boris Johnson could call a snap general election in the UK if back bench rebels succeed in passing a bill to delay brexit today the UK Prime Minister has made a statement outside number ten urging politicians not to undermine his negotiations with the EU as opposition and Tory rebels MP's publish a bill designed to rule out a no deal brexit on thirty first of October Toba despite Mr Johnson claiming he didn't want to hold a general election polling day would most likely be before the thirty first of October though the date would ultimately talk be in the control of the government who could decide to change the date at the last minute allowing the UK to crash out of the E U by default without a deal real first minister of Scotland Nicholas Sturgeon tweeted plainly obvious from that statement that Johnson has no plan to get a deal if MP's blink blink tomorrow he will drive the UK off the no deal cliff on thirty first of October. He must not get away with it. Mr Johnson ended his speech h with MP should vote with the government against Corbin's pointless delay. I want everyone to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay allay. We are leaving on October thirty first. No IFS or buts we will not accept any attempts to go back on promises or scrub that referendum throughout the press conference protesters' could be heard outside Downing Street chanting stop. The coup Berlin Zoo said it's resident Pandang Mang has delivered twins the first time one of the endangered animals has given birth in the country. Mingming became a mom twice. We are so happy we are speechless. The zoo tweeted today posting video of mango guiding reading one of her pink cubs to feed pandas on notoriously difficult to breed making such births rab. The Panda delivered its first cub on Saturday evening running about an hour later. A second baby was born. The sexes have not been determined. The zoo said they weighed one hundred thirty six and one hundred eighty six six grams. The zoo pays fifteen million dollars a year in a fifteen year contract to host them with most of the money going towards the conservation and breeding research program Graham in China. The cubs born in Berlin must be returned to China within four years after they have been weaned about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas this remain in the wild in China up from around two thousand in the late nineteen seventies according to the environmental group. WWF just over four hundred pandas live in zoos around the world in conservation projects setup with Beijing you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes yes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. 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"international red cross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"News hour from townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters. The upcoming release of the mullahs report marks Donal the end of one investigation. But also the start of another Senator Lindsey Graham says at the FBI is going to open a counterintelligence investigation against the presidential candidate that you have to have a very good reason ram says he's glad to hear the attorney general we'll investigate why the FBI did open such a probe July twenty sixteen. I am intrigued by the idea of this working group or some group looking at the other side of the ledger. Attorney general bar will also look into whether the lied to the FIS accords to obtain a warrant allowing it to spy on the Trump campaign. But I knew Capitol Hill Britain's been giving them more time by the European Union to agree to Brexit term Britain is being offered an extension until October thirty first finalize the deal for its exit from the European Union. To officials speaking on condition of anonymity held the Associated Press e you leaders agreed of the extension after meeting for more than six hours in brush. The extension was offered just two days before Britain was due to leave the EU before the meeting that did not include her British Prime Minister, Theresa may addressed e you leaders at an emergency summit and pleaded for more time. So far Britain's parliament has rejected May's divorce deal with the EU three times. I'm Mike Rossier? The international committee of the Red Cross has regained access to prisons in Venezuela, including highly guarded, military facilities or dozens of inmates considered political prisoners being held as President Nicolas Maduro seeks to counter mounting criticism of his government's human rights record international. Red Cross president Peter marr met with my dorm Tuesday night as he wraps up a five day visit to Venezuela or the Geneva based group is among international organizations. Trying to carve out a space to the liver badly needed humanitarian aid, and technical assistance. But critics say the prison visits have the effect of legitimizing Medeiros role on Wall Street.

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"international red cross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Barker, CBS, news, a powerful cyclone slamming into Africa at least two thousand people feared dead and countries, including mozambique-zimbabwe in Malawi villages, completely flooded with reports of bodies floating in the water, the international Red Cross's, Matthew Cochran explains. How Mozambique was hit Niger aggravating factors of the cyclone. Was the fact that it was huge flooding. Already in the area. And there was huge flooding in Zimbabwe and Malawi to the west and that water naturally moves east into Mozambique before back into the ocean. So it seems that some communities were caught between the cyclone and the storm surge cyclone named Ida impact one hundred twenty mile an hour. Winds villages have been destroyed listening to you busy during your commute is an easy way of multitasking that keep you informed while you get where you need to go. But in this age of sports, speaking technology. Stay informed at home is just as easy. Tell your smarts. WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Smart with WBZ NewsRadio raising temperatures snowy roads, no matter how bad the weather gets you can count on us. I'm with Bob president of Jay Phillips auto glass when it's fifteen degrees or above and dry. We can do a mobile replacement in your driveway or workplace parking lot would if it's below fifteen four snowing. If you have a garage, we can still do a mobile replacement or we can do the work at a nearby. Jay Phillips location this winter, call eight seven seven auto glass or.

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"international red cross" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News, a powerful cyclone slammed into Africa with at least a thousand people feared dead in countries, including mozambique-zimbabwe and Malawi, the international Red Cross's. Matthew Cochran says what they need to help the people in Africa affected by the devastation. It's cash that organizations like the Red Cross or on the ground could quickly turn into goods and services for the people who've lost their arms people who no longer have access to clean water and basic sanitation for people who no longer have access to food or basic medical care. Some villages have been completely flooded. And there are reports of dead bodies floating in the water. A bipartisan group of house committee leaders are sending a strong statement to President Trump don't pull troops from Iraq. In a rare statement, the top Democrats and Republicans on the house, foreign affairs intelligence and Armed Services Committee are calling on the white. House not to leave Iraq. The statement says it would be a mistake as Iraq seeks to preserve its sovereignty from both internal and external threats. Instead, the statement encourages the continuing of training and replenishing Iraq's counter-terror service helping to million internationally displaced people to return home and to promote new opportunities for Iraqi trade and investment Bill. Rakoff CBS news, Washington. There's another blow to British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal on berko, the powerful speaker of the house of Commons, barring Theresa May from putting her Brexit deal to a plant third vote this week government channel legitimately do is to resubmit to the house. The same proposition has lots of last week which was rejected by one hundred forty nine circa ruling only a significantly changed version of the deal could go before parliament, the BBC's Vicky are there will certainly be some scurrying around at this point. I think to try and find out how much of a change you'd have. To make name awful thumping sound you hear is the sound of Theresa May. And e you leaders banging their heads against the wall with Brexit eleven days away. Vicki Barker, CBS news. News time nine W twos from work, and it was kind of shocking. It was like how can we make this much and still have debt? Right. Not to mention zero savings. Anyway, it's a new year. So we decided to get our financial house in order. So we met with a financial advisor who dug into our expenses. And he found two things that were killing us..

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"international red cross" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Saying one vehicle was involved in a crash with a school bus this afternoon in Covington to people in the vehicle are in critical condition. Three people fled the scene, but were captured quickly as for the school bus video Tracy Taylor reports party sheriff's officers tell me that none of the students were injured. However, I am seeing that fire and aid are attending to some of the students. Here is looks like some of them are really shut up about the situation at hand. And the scene in itself is pretty extensive it. It does several hundred Jahre the investigation is closed some roads and Covington Janet Ryan will cover that in real time. Traffic in a moment survivors, urged a Washington state Senate committee today to pass a Bill that would speed up testing of rape cat among other things. The Bill requires the ten thousand old kids be tested creates a new high tech. Glad to test them faster and requires all of the tasks be completed by twenty twenty one rape survivor. Nicole Stevens told lawmakers there's no more time to wait. We ask. Absolutely need this. Every piece of this is absolutely required. In order to heal the ten thousand wrongs that the state has done prosecutors and representatives from the governor's office also came out to support the Bill pointing to other cities like Detroit, the eight hundred repeat offenders when they tested a similar size backlog, including fifty serial, rapists, a powerful cyclone has slammed into Africa, the international Red Cross's. Matthew Cochran is with the Red Cross in both the president of Mozambique announced that he thought that the death toll could call in two thousand dollars, which is a really shocking figuring it gives you an indication of the severity of this disaster. A man suspected of opening fire on a train in the Netherlands is in custody. The Dutch Justice Minister through a translator says they're still trying to confirm a motive. We are.

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"international red cross" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm rich Thomasson while not giving up on his border wall. The White House has President Trump is willing to compromise over how much he wants for the barrier. Acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says Mr. Trump talks compromise, Democrats are becoming more inflexible Democrats offered as I think they offer us one point six billion dollars a couple of weeks ago, then they offer the president one point three billion dollars this week. That's a negotiation that seems like it's going in the wrong direction. We've insisted on five for the discussions now between one point six and five on ABC's this week the Passover border security triggering partial government shutdown. The Pentagon chief phobe leaving his job sooner than expected Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis had originally planned to stay through February to ensure an orderly transition, but that departure date has been moved up President Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning to say that Madison. Will leave the first of the year and be replaced by deputy defense chief Patrick Shanahan who will become the acting Defense Secretary the move came just three days after Mattis resigned in protest over Trump's decision to pull all US troops out of Syria, showing atler washing authorities in Indonesia warn of a possible second soon after a massive wave over the weekend killed at least two hundred eighty one people one eyewitness says the destruction is staggered collapsed buildings a structures compromised infrastructure the trees had fallen down. There are cars that are crushed motorcycles. That are tossed around like kids toys bowler with the international Red Cross heard on the BBC. Nami swept across the entire west. Coast of Java island, Wall Street futures, which I've been higher now done an about face there in negative territory. The Dow futures down about one hundred thirty three points s and p futures off thirteen and NASDAQ futures down..

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"international red cross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"News this hour from hound hall dot com. I'm rich Thomasson while not giving up on his border wall. The White House has President Trump is willing to compromise over how much he wants for the barrier. Acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, says Mr. Trump talks compromise, Democrats are becoming more inflexible. Democrats offered us. I think they offer us one point six billion dollars a couple of weeks ago, then they offer the president one point three billion dollars this week. That's a negotiation that seems like it's going in the wrong direction. We've insisted on five for the discussions now between one point six and five on ABC's this week the impasse over border security triggering a partial government shutdown. The Pentagon chief Fulbe leading his job sooner than expected Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis had originally planned to stay through February to ensure an orderly transition, but that departure date has been moved up. President Trump took to Twitter Sunday morning to say that Mattis will leave the first of the year and be replaced by deputy defense chief. Patrick Shanahan who will become acting Defense Secretary. The move came just three days after Mattis resigned in protest over Trump's decision to pull all US troops out of Syria, showing Adler washing authorities in Indonesia warn of possible second soon NAMI after a massive wave over the weekend killed at least two hundred eighty one people one eyewitness says the destruction is staggered collapsed buildings collapsed structures compromised infrastructure trees had fallen down their cars that are crushed motorcycles. That are talks around. My kids toys bowler with the international Red Cross heard on the BBC. Nami swept across the entire west. Coast of Java island, Wall Street futures which had been higher now done an about face there in negative territory. The Dow futures down about one hundred thirty three points s and p futures off thirteen and NASDAQ futures down Twenty-eight points..

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"international red cross" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on 1A

"On just simply unable to respond to these to to to these fresh new pictures that came out on Monday, not ready for primetime Nina as you put it, Nick, why don't you help be a move us to Afghanistan and a discussion of the Taliban. The United States reportedly has been in secret, talks with the Taliban trying to reach a political settlement to that long, long America's longest war in Afghanistan. This week, the Taliban announced that it's withdrawing protection for the international Red Cross. The Taliban says the aid organization failed to properly monitor and care for prisoners on a hunger strike in jail in Kabul connect the dots for me here the dots are that the Taliban are trying to prove to both off guns and to Merican that they have leverage. As these talks begin. We shouldn't call them talks and surly. They're probably talks about talks. They're not reportedly they are happening or or they have happened between US officials and Taliban representatives in Qatar, but they are not any kind of discussion about how to bring peace to Afganistan. They are discussion about how to have a discussion in the future about some kind of talks, but they are beginning and what US and off gun officials tell me is that this actually has a chance because there's elements of the Taliban that do want this and the US administration is on board with these talks. So as we begin, these talks which both sides believe, hey, this could actually yield some fruit in the future. The Taliban says a few things. One, we have to remind Americans off guns that we have power. And since we've seen not only this split with the Red Cross, which the Taliban have talked to for years, but also attacks on Ghazni and Kabul across the country that are just horrific and some of those are, but but still these, these Taliban attacks. And so they're proving to. Trying to prove to the US and the Afghans that, hey, we still have leverage. We still have power and also trying to prove to themselves to some of their own fighters who are worried about nascent peace talks that, hey, stick with the plan. We can use violence and we can retain our popularity and control of land and in a practical sense in the immediate sense, what does it mean for the Red Cross and for their ability to operate in a war zone, the Red Cross and the Taliban have always talked. They will continue to talk right now. They cannot operate until the Taliban given the green light. Certainly, Red Cross officials are hoping that the the Taliban will once again, give them the green light because the Helvin has done that many times in the past. Now this is a good moment to move across the border to Pakistan integral in Afghanistan's wellbeing and its future or its lack of wellbeing. If you like, Imran Khan will who was sworn in as Pakistan's prime minister over the weekend. He's the former cricket star. He ran his campaign on anti corruption. Netanyahu is Imran Khan since most Americans don't follow cricket, probably as closely as they should and maybe don't follow Pakistan as closely as. They should definitely. He's, he's a cricket star a a national star in Pakistan, but he made the transition into politics in a very calculated way. He he didn't just helicopter into in the political sphere and run for presidency. He's been building his political stature for awhile already and using his his celebrity status to actually build the platform in a credo of a m- taking care of the poor Pakistanis in trying to deal with the economic crisis. The country is in promising type of Islamic social safety net to the country, all this focus and at the same time being critical of the United States because that is a sentiment that does play well with the Pakistani public and actually crosses a party allies there. The fact that they feel that the United States is leaning too heavily on Pakistan. And the, of course Americans would say the Pakistan's aren't. Cooperative enough in the war against terrorism, stay with us. We have more.

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"international red cross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That brought down a bridge, that has stood for fifty years connect people are. Finding that unbelievable so there are questions about the maintenance Record of this bridge Turkey has sharply raised tariffs on a broad range of imports from the United States the latest Sally in a. Developing trade war high taxes covered calls alcohol and tobacco as well as nuts rice some paper products. And make up. Mark Lowen reports this is becoming, not just a war of words for the trade between Turkey and the US as Ankara response to Washington sanctions and tariffs, with reciprocal measures tariffs on a range of American goods from cars and alcohol tobacco and cosmetics have been drastically hiked days after Donald Trump doubled them, on Turkish steel and aluminium Juta. Turkeys continued detention of an American pasta techies vice president called it? A response to Washington's. Deliberate attacks on our economy with a deepening, row having prompted a recent crash in the Turkish lira the Taliban in Afghanistan say they will no longer allow. Safe passage to members of the. International Red Cross working in the country A spokeswoman for the ICRC told the BBC that they were concerned by the move and, hope to find a solution his own South, Asia editor Jill mcgivering, in a statement, the Taliban accused the international, Red Cross a failing to fulfill its obligations under. International law prisoners in government run jails Taliban fighters in Kabul central jail are on hunger strike demanding better conditions a spokeswoman for the ICRC told the BBC, they were concerned by the news and in close contact with. Eleven in the hope of finding a solution it's one of the biggest humanitarian groups still active in. Afghanistan with, about one thousand eight hundred staff. Roman Catholic diocese in the American state of Pennsylvania have apologized after the church was phone to covered. Up the widespread sexual abuse of children an official report revealed more than a thousand children were groomed molested and raped by three hundred and one prese over a seventy year period World news from, the BBC Christine hell quiz has become the first transgender candidate to be nominated for a. Governorship by major party in the United States she's beaten three rivals for the right to contest Vermont for the Democratic Party in November's elections Israel has fully reopened. Its commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip saying, it's in response to a period of relative calm last week or a military flare up between Israel and HAMAs the militant group which controls the territory his Yola, no.

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"international red cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Terrorism by wrongful imprisonment and torture i'll be ahmed was asked why people accused of terrorism offenses were among the thousands recently released from prison in response he pointed to government practices of course in argentina has sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a high profile transgender activists three years ago gabrielle marino stabbed deanna ikea yan death in our blenders iris flat the afghan defense ministry says several taliban insurgents who entered the capital kabul and other cities during the recent ceasefire have remained there with their families spokesman told the bbc the militants who did not return to the taliban areas may want to now pursue the path of peace the international red cross says health workers in gaza a struggling to treat thousands of people when did buys really army gunfire during recent protests the israelis say their use of live ammunition was necessary bbc news support for the world comes from babbel offering a language program that uses interactive dialogue in speech recognition technology to teach a new language like spanish french or italian babble is available in the app store or online at babbel dot com i'm marco werman and this is the world we're a co production of the bbc world service pri and w g b h here in boston aisha ali has a remarkable story it's really a story about what we know about ourselves while we don't know and what we do with the knowledge once we finally understand who we are ultimately i shall ali story is a unique one about identity she grew up thinking she was one thing only to find out later she was something else this path of self discovery took her to the middle east and north africa where she collected recordings like.

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Saudi-led forces begin assault on Yemen port city of Hodeida

BBC World Service

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Saudi-led forces begin assault on Yemen port city of Hodeida

"Let's start this half hour in yemen were gunfire has erupted in east strategic port city of hodeida as the saudi led coalition stead line expired for who the rebels to withdraw from their data is the port of entry for most of the humanitarian aid to yemen the country courses on the brink of a famine so it needs that aid badly earlier this week the united nations and the international red cross withdrew their staff from the city fearing an attack was imminent the united arab emirates part of the saudi led coalition said diplomacy hadn't managed to get the ho the alliance to leave they regarded their deadline has expired and military operations would begin i spoke earlier to the bbc's frank gardner who's currently in yemen i think it's an inevitability that if the hutus didn't withdraw militias from the city that the and the saudi and the yemeni government had really lost patients they made that very clear to me i spoke a few hours ago to the yemeni for minister and he said this this deadline that was announced this was a decision agreed by all parties in the coalition they had set their sights sometime again more than a year ago the coalition on her data being the key tipping point so this is something that they've they've decided they've got to do and they seem to be ignoring international protests by eight groups of the enormous humanitarian cost this is going to be in the short term at any rate to ordinary yemenis or frank gardner they're referring to the united nations and the red cross as well who've been calling this morning for all sides to protect civilians in the fighting six hundred thousand people at least civilians in her data let speak now to mohammed abdi who is the country director for yemen on behalf of the norwegian refugee council and mohammed we heard there that some organizations have already pulled their staff out you still have people there in the.

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Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

Morning Edition

01:56 min | 2 years ago

Navy F-18 fighter jet crashes into water near Naval Air Station Key West

"The new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the international red cross as an aid convoy is making its way into rebelheld eastern gouda today in syria twenty five trucks are involved in coordination with the un russia's un ambassador is questioning britain's motives after prime minister theresa may announced twentythree russian diplomats are being expelled over a nerve agent attack on an expired his daughter may blames moscow for the attack in southern england but ambassador of a selena benza is pushing back he's heard here through an interpreter don't forget the is well known as a state which uses targeted assassinations by drones and listening hearing from you invectives against us is something that is odd the us navy is investigating the crash of a fighter jet off the coast of key west florida as nancy klinger with member station w l are reports the two crew members aboard were able to inject but neither survived the faa eighteen super hornet jet was on final approach to the airfield at boca chica key part of naval air station key west wednesday afternoon search and rescue crews recovered the pilot and weapons system officer from the water about a mile east of the runway the crew was on a training exercise they were based at naval air station oceana in virginia wall street futures are higher this morning i'm david mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york students in the region are speaking out against gun violence across the country students walk out of class yesterday for a national walkout calling for tougher gun control measures and honoring the seventeen people killed in the park land florida shooting last month at grace dodge career and technical education high school near the bronx zoo students gathered outside to make their demands.

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"international red cross" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the global news podcast from the bbc world service i'm clever total and in the early hours of monday the twelve th of march these are all main stories there's been no less up in the syrian government's assault on the eastern kuta police have detained being left to rot under the rubble as the army tightened his grip on the and clave authorities in person won't people of possible contamination from a chemical incident a week after a former russian spy and his daughter were taken ill washed clothing you haven't already ideally in the washing machine let me repeat that the risk to us the general public remains low and i am confident that none of these customers staff will have suffered also in this podcast china has removed presidential term limits from its constitution allowing the currently that xi jinping to remain in power indefinitely and colombians have been voting in legislative elections seen as a test of a peace deal between the government and farc rebels the syrian army says it's advanced deeper into eastern gusa as as strikes continue against towns in the rebelheld enclave the military says is forces have now completely surrounded the main town of duma whilst also completing its moved to splits the region in half the opposition ron local council into ima the largest town in the enclave says schultz's of full and people are now sleeping on the streets ingi said keith from the international red cross said the situation is dire i'm afraid it's very desperate for the people love we know with uh that in this intensity in the fighting and many people have been fleeing even during the past few weeks from different parts of doormat to another at the situations really really desperate we managed to bring some aid almost a week ago two dumas and we could see the the frustration of the people people even they don't care anymore ever.

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"international red cross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The world the bbc world service on wnyc am and fm new york this is the bbc world service with me manuela saragossa and in business daily shortly we speak to one of the early pioneers of computer programming a woman appropriately perhaps given its international women's day because once upon a time women dominated computing power and why then did men take over the tech sector that's all in business daily after the news bbc news with jerry semate counterterrorism offices in britain are working to uncover the origin of the nerve agents used in the attempted murder of the former russian spies gays grip powell and his daughter yulia they're still critically ill in hospital in seoul three the police officer first on the scene was also seriously affected but has now emerged from a coma and his talking an aid convoy due to travel to today into these syrian rebel held enclave of eastern gouta has been postponed as spokesperson for the international red cross said an evolving situation on the ground has prompted another delay it marks the second time this week that an a deliberately desperately needed by tens of thousands of trapped civilians has been disrupted a danish inventor accused of murdering a swedish journalist on his selfbuild submarine last august's has gone on trial in copenhagen painted marcin has admitted dismembering kim vows body and disposing of it at sea the denies murder he says she died of carbon monoxide poisoning judges at the international criminal court in the hague will row today on three highprofile african appeal cases the former vice president of the democratic republic of congo jeanpierre bemba he seeking to overturn his conviction for bribing witnesses at his war crimes trial a group of prominent roman catholic women from around the world is celebrating international women's day at a gathering in rome by demanding a greater say for women in church governance one of the organizers of the conference the former president of ireland's mary mcaleese described the vatican as an empire of misogyny a statue of mahatma gandhi has been vandalized in southern india the latest in a spate of sculpture defacements across the country in tamil nadu a bust of the lowcost leader baba fehb bait car was who helped fra who help frame india's constitution was found smeared with red paint.

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"international red cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bay area's leading journalists and social media pros will discuss the convergence of journalism social media and the news on the program again that's ahead of two of this morning on kqed public radio this is the bbc world service with me manuela santa rosa and in business daily shortly we speak to one of the early pioneers of computer programming a woman appropriately perhaps given its international woman's day because once upon a time women dominated computing power and why then did men take over the tech sector that's all mps nece daily after the news bbc news with jerry semate counterterrorism offices in britain are working to uncover the origin of the nerve agents used in the attempted murder of the former russian spies sergei script powell and his daughter yulia they're still critically ill in hospital in seoul's pre the police officer first on the scene was also seriously affected that has now emerged from a coma and his talking an aid convoy due to travel to today into these syrian rebel held enclave of eastern gouta has been postponed a spokesperson for the international red cross said an evolving situation on the ground has prompted another delay it marks the second time this week that an a deliberately desperately needed by tens of thousands of transit billions has been disrupted a danish inventor accused of murdering a swedish journalist on his selfbuilt submarine last august's has gone on trial in copenhagen tatum marcin has admitted dismembering kim vows body and disposing of it at sea the denies murder he says she died of carbon monoxide poisoning judges at the international criminal court in the hague will row today on three highprofile african appeal cases the former vice president of the democratic republic of congo jeanpierre bemba he seeking to overturn his conviction for bribing witnesses at his war crimes trial a group of prominent roman catholic women from around the world is celebrating international women's day at a gathering in rome by demanding a greater say for women in church governance one of the organizers of the conference the former presidents have ireland's mary mcaleese described the vatican as an empire of misogyny a statue of mahatma gundy has been vandalized in southern india the latest in a spate of sculpture defacements across the country in tamil nadu a vast of the lowcost leader baba fehb bait car was.

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Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Sen. Thad Cochran to resign April 1

"Live from NPR News in Washington, I'm Dave Mattingly. The UN and the International Red Cross, say renewed shelling and air strikes in Syria, forced aid workers to cut short, their effort to deliver supplies in eastern Gouda dozens of trucks arrived yesterday, but the attacks force them out dozens of people in Gouda were killed yesterday. Any attacks by Syrian government forces backed by Russia's military. British officials are working to identify a substance used to critically injured were former Russian double agent at a shopping mall that was in southern England. The BBC's Tom Simon's says, a woman is also hospitalized last night police in respirators and hazardous materials suits with carefully searching bins close to a bench where Sergei screed Paul and the 33-year-old woman collapsed one eyewitness told the BBC screed Powell was staring into space and the paid to be in a catatonic state and nearby pizza restaurant is. Closed and secured will chip police said as a precaution, senior offices said they had not declared a counter-terrorism operation and were keeping an open mind. But Sergei scruples past life in Russia will clearly be the focus of the inquiry. That's the BBC's Thom Simon speratist media, say more than a decade ago. The former rage in was convicted of spying for Britain and sentenced to thirteen years in prison. Mississippi senator Thad. Cochran says he is resigning next month because of poor health. NPR's Giles Snyder says Cochran his eighty years old and midway through his six term Mississippi's Republican governor, Phil Bryant will have to appoint a temporary replacement for Cochran who chairs a Senate Appropriations Committee Bryant's replace went with serve until a special election in November, which is expected to attract several candidates. Chris McDaniel the conservative state senator who nearly defeated Cochran in 2014 says, he's focused on his challenged, the Mississippi's other Republican Senator. But. In a statement, he left open the possibility of running for Cochran seat instead Former Congressman Mike Espy says he has a strong intention to run for Cochran seat Hasbie as a Democrat, who also served as former President Clinton Secretary of Agriculture trial Snyder NPR News, Washington lawmakers in Florida's State House are considering changes to gun laws approved yesterday by the state Senate. They include a three-day waiting period for gun purchases. Jessica bake men with member station, W L R N has more The Florida Senate scaled back a proposal to arm school staff presenting a new plan that would bar most classroom teachers from carrying guns. It could make the bill more appealing to Governor Rick Scott, whose against arming teachers, but it won't help new restrictions on gun purchases Get over the finish line in the conservative House which has until the end of the week to pass the bell. The legislation was prompted by last month's deadly shooting at a high school and Parkland. This is NPR News From Washington. House Speaker Paul Ryan is among Republicans in Congress urging President Trump not to slap tariffs on US, imports of aluminum and steel. Ryan says, he's worried the move, could spark a trade war. GOP leaders on the House Ways and Means Committee are also voicing opposition to the tariffs. The president says, he's not backing down, He wants to impose tariffs of 25 percent on steel imports and ten percent on imports of aluminum. At least a dozen people were arrested last night on the campus of Michigan State University. That's where white nationalist Richard Spencer was giving a speech chain. A Roth with Michigan public radio says, protesters clashed with supporters of Spencer and police police officers lined the road toward the event Center and escorted attendees to the belding fights. Verbal and physical broke out between protesters and attendees. The protesters goal was to keep people from seeing Spencer speak Terry POW, as is a senior at Michigan State. She says, the. Test was a success. I want the rest of our community, especially our student bodies known that they're safe and welcome here. And this minority of All right is not going to projects. There are fears in their beliefs onto our campus Officers say they arrested over a dozen people for misdemeanor and felony, a Fences For NPR News. I'm Cheian a Roth. Any slant saying, the food company General Mills says it's going to help establish South Dakota's largest organic crop form thirty four thousand acres near Pierre will be earmarked for organic wheat by 2020. It'll be used in General Mills and he's macaroni and choose products. I've Dave Mattingly NPR News in Washington.

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"international red cross" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Uh steady buildup of forces all of bases uh we we talking about something the region of twenty thousand o militia people from various countries we ran a setup uh they're in syria uh the commander of the revolutionary guards recently said he wants he wants to position he's men at one nights journey away from the israeli border so that they will be able to carry out raids into israel in the future so this is this is going on it's really no more a secret to the extent that it if it was and it this is a huge concert and of course iran at the same time uh he's still enjoying the fruits over the nuclear agreement uh has been able to both through its economy been able to support our cells to be able to extend its miller tree and terrorist interests around the world with very little if any interference from anybody of coast president prime minister netanyahu we will be looking to the american administration to to the extent that it can to bring to bear its diplomatic leverage at least uh um in syria and in relation to syria in relation to iran to try trying to try and take the pressure off israel because it's a huge concern yeah i mean this would isolated david but debbie rowe indianbased not even a proxy like hezbollah in lebanon but data iranian base in syria knowing that yes we know those diseases coordinated closely but that iran is basically building a permanent presence as you well i mean if you will inside syria it's it's they are using these routes in allies that they have created to get it ceases closer and closer to israel on different fronts and so that they they have much more capabilities than the syrian military series going to be kind of a disaster zone for many years to come even after the this conflict comes to an end if it really ever officially does uh the civil war fighting and the various factions evolve so rod looks at the chaos as many terrorist supporters do and say when there's chaos there's a window for us to put in our facilities in the syrians won't minded and and because they need our help but then they've got this permanent base right there that much closer to israel and what our israeli starting to be.

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Aid convoy enters besieged rebel-held Damascus suburbs

Morning Edition

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Aid convoy enters besieged rebel-held Damascus suburbs

"W n y c independent journalism in the public interest 939 fm and am 820 npr news and the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly an aid convoy organized by the un the international red cross and other agencies is now making its way into the syrian enclave of gouda the bbc's jeremy bolen says dozens of trucks or carrying relief supplies into the suburbs of eastern damascus for the first time in weeks this is the first slight easing of the siege it's only temporary though the wider issue here is that the syrians were that rationale eyes are pressing very hard onto eastern group and if they win hand indications so far are that they will then it will be a major victory for president assad and his regime hundreds of civilians in gouda have been killed over the past two weeks amid serious ongoing civil war israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu will be at the white house today for talks with president trump has npr's daniel estern reports their meeting comes amid uncertainty about mideast peace efforts and netanyahu's political future the palestinians have rejected a u s led peace process after trump recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and jared kushner who leading peace efforts has lost his top security clearance which could impair his job it's on yahoo is facing corruption allegations in israel and is fighting for his political future a ron is expected to be a major focus of the talks between trump and netanyahu i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york senator chris murphy says the only way to change the nation's gun laws is with presidential leadership speaking on abc's this week the can annika democrat said president trump seems to understand the most republicans support universal background checks but then doesn't provide the kind of leadership that is needed to get anything past in congress republicans have been so tied to the nra over the years that unless he tells them that they have to move nothing's going to happen and sort of like what happened on immigration there's a meeting in which he suggests is willing to do a deal and then he walks away from the table murphy says he expects trump to continue to quote bob in we on the.

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"international red cross" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"international red cross" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc for details of our complete range of programmes durtoux bbcworldservicecom ford slush podcast welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirteen hundred gmt on monday the night of october i'm silly hat and with a selection of highlights from across the bbc world service news today coming up a difficult decision for the international red cross as it closes most of its operations in afghanistan exposure to raise has become our greatest challenge on sir we know that there is no zero risk in afghanistan and we are not aiming at that a rickety boat has overturned near bangladesh leaving many children missing the latest tragedy to hit row hinges escaping men maher we hear that on the myanmar side thousands are waiting to cross to bangladesh so we're looking at the joy i should have great desperation also in this podcast thousands of people are about to go on trial in nigeria accused of being militant islamists but will they receive justice there were a new lawyers that wanted to help them so we as people who believed india you moderates and integrity wolf that humanity we decided to come into us hist we'll find out who's won this year's nobel prize for economics and why a bbc investigation shows a steep rise in the numbers of british children allegedly sexually abused by other youngsters under eighteen in china what can we expect from the upcoming communist party congress most authoritarian countries which make it to the world's rich clump become democracies in the process xi jinping's plan is the opposite a more disciplined dictatorship.

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