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"international task force" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 2 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Week before the official start for NPR News on Victoria Hansen in Charleston, Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he supports an Italian proposal for an international task force. Counter the spread of the Islamic state in Africa. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports. Blinken is in Italy, the last leg of a multinational tour of Europe. Italian Foreign Minister Region de Mayo said the proposed Africa task force would identify and stop Isis related terrorist threats on the continent. He was speaking in Rome at the first in person meeting of the anti Islamic state Coalition in two years. Secretary of State Blanket voiced support for the Italian initiative and also urged countries to take back some 10,000 Islamic state fighters held in detention camps run by Kurdish forces, saying the situation is untenable. Foreign Minister. DiMaio, who in a previous Italian government had signed on to China's major infrastructure project, said that roams relations with the United States are much more important than its ties with China. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome Great Curry has been selected to be a Max, head of the United United Auto Workers Union. Curry had served as secretary treasurer, replacing Groy Gamble, who's retiring. On Wall Street, The Dow dropped 150 points. The NASDAQ was up 140. This is NPR. Live from KQED news. I'm Natalia Navarro. Agency that runs California's electrical grid does not expect to ask state residents to conserve energy today. That's a day after it issued a heat bulletin warning that high temperatures in some parts of the state could put significant demand on California's energy supply. California Independent System operator said yesterday that it might need to issue of flex aware today and ask people to reduce their electricity use. But the ISO now says it should have enough power, and it has not issued a call for conservation. New analysis from the environmental group. The Center for Biological Diversity suggests some California oil is responsible for higher carbon emissions than kinds of oil. The state imports KQED is Kevin Starke explains, producing gasoline from heavy crude oil drilled in places like Kern County takes a lot of energy and creates tons of pollution. That's according to calculations from scientists at the advocacy group. Their report relies on state statistics and tracks with a similar analysis by California regulators. U. C. Berkeley's Dan Kammen found the report convincing California produces in current county some very so called sour high toxics fuels. It's not a surprise. The environmentalists want California to swiftly stop approving new oil and gas. Wells union and industry groups point out that California oil is produced under strict.

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"international task force" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Ancestor program Network Africa and its famous Cockrel crowing. I think we found him now he's Chris. What Cause backyard. It's towns, judging by that interview, but let's move on to France because the country has announced a major reduction of its military presence in the Sahel region of Africa. As part of its Barkan operation. France has more than 5000 troops on the ground. Most of those will go, though hundreds will join an international task force. The French military first got involved eight years ago to stop Islamist militants and Tuareg separatists who had taken control of the north of Mali. Since then French troops of Fort jihadists in several countries in the region, But President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that he had become frustrated with apparently no end in sight. He said France's operations cannot replace the role of the state in the same help. That transformation, so this transformation will result in a change of model. It will involve the transition to a new framework. That is to say the end of operation back on as an external operation to lie for an operation of support, support and cooperation to the armies of the countries of the region that wish to do so and the implementation of military operation And an international alliance associating the states of the region, and all our partners strictly focused on the fight against terrorism. Put the toys well, let's discuss this and several related issues with Emanuel Fred Intel invested journalists based in Kenya, part of a team that reported this week on civilian casualties of France's operations in the Suhel and Emmanuel. That seems like a good place to start because Despite France's denials, you found some pretty compelling evidence that lots of civilians have died at the hands of French troops. Um, yes. So most of the civilians have died at the French of, uh, civilian troops. Um, last year, Manion forces have killed More civilians and the armed groups of jihadist groups themselves the French killings of civilians Officially there's seven have been killed. But on officially the figure would be around 50 credible killing by by French troops. And this, of course, is kept quite quite secret. Kept secrets, official sources. Let's say in France, but it is something that has raised huge amounts of anger and frustration in Mali and elsewhere. Yes. So, of course, the fact that the former colonial power France has returned to Mali in 2000 and 13 to help the the government at the time. Um, that's created already some monies and the fact that there was an air strike earlier this year in, um In Mali by the French that allegedly killed 19 civilians, which the French deny that has led to some demonstrations in in Bamako in that particular case is you and your team spoke to people who who insisted that those who died with civilians and A United Nations investigation seems to back up that point of view. Yeah, that's correct. United Nation found that 19 of the 22 people killed were civilians and three of them had belonged to an armed group. And, of course, uh, friends denied this and said that this was part of informational warfare against the country. So those are some of the reasons why people have felt frustration with this French military presence in Mali and elsewhere. What does it change? Strategically, Do you think this drawing down of troops? Um, so it's unclear right now. Exactly what will happen. There are people in Mali is a call of people in money probably supported by can to remain and help. Um the Malian forces, especially given the Malian forces don't have really a very good record in terms of human rights. It's hard to know exactly where we'll what macron has in mind, but it seems like he wants to reinforce it up as a joint operation with other European countries called to Cuba..

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"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

"Many of you may remember our ancestor program Network Africa and its famous Cockrel crowing. I think we found him Now He's Chris. What Cause backyard. It sounds judging by that interview, but let's move on to France because the country has announced a major reduction of its military presence in the Sahel region of Africa. As part of its Barkan operation. France has more than 5000 troops on the ground. Most of those will go. The hundreds will join an international task force. The French military first got involved eight years ago to stop Islamist militants and Tuareg separatists who have taken control of the north of Mali. Since then French troops of Fort jihadists in several countries in the region But President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that he had become frustrated with apparently no end in sight. He said France's operations cannot replace the role of the state in the sale. That transformation. This transformation will result in a change of model. It will involve the transition to a new framework. That is to say the end of operation but can as an external operation to lie for an operation of support, support and cooperation to the armies of the countries of the region that wish to do so. And the implementation of military operation and an international alliance associating the states of the region, and all our partners strictly focused on the fight against terrorism, Solar controller device Let's discuss this and several related issues with Emanuel Thread Intel invested journalist based in Kenya, part of a team that reported this week on civilian casualties of France's operations in the Suhel and Emmanuel That seems like a good place to start because Despite France's denials, you found some pretty compelling evidence that lots of civilians have died at the hands of French troops. Yes. So most of the civilians have died at the French of, uh, civilian troops last year and forces I've killed more. Civilians and the armed group. The jihadist groups themselves the French killings of civilians. Officially there is seven that have been killed. But unofficially, the figure would be around 50 credible killing by by French troops. And this, of course, has kept quite quite secret. Kept secrets, official sources. Let's say in France, but it is something that has raised huge amounts of anger and frustration in Mali and elsewhere. Yes. So, of course, the fact that the former colonial power France has returned to Mali in 2013 to help the the government at the time. Um, that's created already some monies and the fact that there was an air strike earlier this year in, UM in Mali by the French that allegedly killed 19 civilians, which the French deny. That has led to some demonstrations in in Bamako in that particular case is you and your team spoke to people who who insisted that those who died with civilians and A United Nations investigation seems to back up that point of view. Yeah, that's correct. The United Nations found that 19 of the 22 people killed were Civilians and three of them had belonged to an armed group. And, of course, uh, friends denied this and said that this was part of informational warfare against the country. So those are some of the reasons why people have felt frustration with this French military presence in Mali and elsewhere. What does it change? Strategically, Do you think this drawing down the troops? Um, so it's unclear right now, exactly what would happen. There are people in movies a quarter of people in money, probably support back and to remain and help. Um the Malian forces, especially given the Malian forces don't have really a very good record in terms of human rights. Um, it's hard to know exactly where we'll what macron has in mind, but it seems like he wants to reinforce it up as a joint operation with other European countries called to Cuba..

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"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

"Numbers since October. Harvard is launching an international task force to prevent the next pandemic before it starts, Don't you? Bur is Barbara Miran reports experts want to stop new diseases like Cove it from spreading to humans. Viruses leap from wild animals to people in the places where they interact like we're tropical forests are cleared for farmland. Harvard position. Harry Bernstein, who heads the task force says that's where we should focus prevention efforts were driving these pathogens into people through our actions that are destroying nature. And if we failed to address that we can spend all the money in the world on tests and treatments and vaccines and still go through the year we had The Harvard Group will present its findings in the fall for 19.9 to be bur I'm Barbara Moran. State senators have overturned a veto by Governor Baker of a bill to provide covert 19 emergency paid leave. Under the bill. Workers can receive emergency paid leave if they're diagnosed with Cove it after care for a family member who has the virus or need to isolate. The legislation also allows people to take that leave in order to get the vaccination. For the fourth time in less than a year. The Weymouth Natural Gas Compressor station is off line with no gas flowing through the compressors operator. The company in bridge is not yet said why it was shut down or whether any gas was released. Some people living near the compressor as well as some politicians fought against its opening, calling the station unsafe. And unnecessary If Saito sex were funded by you, our listeners and by Geico, proudly offering insurance and Massachusetts for.

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"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WBUR

"It that's the lowest number since October. Harvard is launching a new international task force to prevent the next pandemic before it starts now, won't you? Bur Sparber Moran reports, experts want to stop new diseases like Covad 19 from spreading to humans. Viruses leap from wild animals to people in the places where they interact like we're tropical forests are cleared for farmland. Harvard position. Harry Bernstein, who heads the task force says that's where we should focus prevention efforts were driving these pathogens into people through our actions that are destroying nature. And if we failed to address that we can spend all the money in the world on tests and treatments and vaccines and still go through the year we had The Harvard Group will present its findings in the fall for 19.9 to be bur I'm Barbara Moran. Begin held state senators have overturned a veto by Governor Baker of a bill to provide covert 19 emergency paid relief under the bill. Excuse me, emergency paid leave under the bill. Workers can receive emergency leave if they're diagnosed with covert have to care for a family member who has the virus or need to isolate. The legislation also allows people to take that leave to get a vaccination. With warmer weather. More people are heading to the water. And while temperatures maybe summer like on land temperatures in the water are.

"international task force" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 6 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on KCRW

"Divided. Supporters of far right President Jacob Ostinato a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convalesce. Scenario no longer course covered a little flu were fatal Quality Roe deer do lock it down all the people yet he still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to have justly representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other more dangerous variants will emerge. The viruses circulating so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. To get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. At first we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. We saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it. Now, this particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. It's kind of like a fingerprint pain says Warmer waters may be disrupting food sources for the whales, bringing them closer to the shore as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm, but As a general trend. The fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay is something that we really want to pay attention to four management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine.

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"international task force" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Supporters of far right President Jacob Ostinato, a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convoys. Boston Arrow no longer course covered a little flu. Were fatal Collateral director do lock it down or the deep level yet he still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to obviously representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other more dangerous variants will emerge. The viruses circulating so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. Get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Mm hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. First we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. We saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it. Now, this particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. That's kind of like a fingerprint pain says Warmer waters may be disrupting food sources for the whales, bringing them closer to the shore as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm, but As a general trend. The fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay is something that we really want to pay attention to four management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine Mammal Center. It's double.

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"international task force" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"international task force" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of far right President Jacob Ostinato a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convoys. Boston Arrow No longer course covered a little flu will fade to quality. Do you have to do lock it down? Yeah, Or does it forever? Yes. He's still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to obviously representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other, more dangerous variants will emerge the virus the circle 18 so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. Get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Mm hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. First we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. He saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it Now. This particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. That's kind of like a fingerprint. Pain, says warmer waters. Maybe pushing krill populations closer to shore and where the crew go wells follow as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm. But as a general trend, the fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay Is something that we really want to pay attention to for management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine Mammal Center..

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"international task force" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"international task force" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patientssafety Sunny but chilly afternoon in the tristate a high Today of 57 Worth 54 right now, tonight clear skies with a chance of frost in alot of 34. Here in America. At this critical hour. We, the people choose President Donald J. Trump. Daughter of President Trump campaigning on his behalf in the tristate Today, Ivanka Trump rally with 500 supporters and I'll Park then took the campaign to the greater sin Mary Ma, where she stopped for ice cream. But okay, prosecutor Joe Deters calls it another extremely vile and disturbing case of an adult taking advantage of young, innocent Children for sexual gratification. 33 year old Christopher mold. Rose been indicted on charges of pandering, sexually oriented matter involving a minor. If convicted of all counts, he could be locked up for 35 years. He was arrested for soliciting teenage girls on the Internet. Dressed came after the head of the sheriff's department got a complaint from the Internet crimes against Children. International Task Force Bengals game is on in Indianapolis Sunday. Cold say they've reopened the facility after confirming that there were several false positive tests. Showing cases of covered 19 They are clear Colts were allowed to have 12,500 fans. It's a game. But the Ohio Department of Health has advised Bengal fans not to travel into Indiana. Travel ADVISORIES UPFOR the Hoosier State and anyone from Ohio Ghost Indiana must quarantine for 14 days when they come back home like Ohio and Kentucky. Indiana is experiencing a record number of covert cases. The Indiana Department of Health today announced the 2328 additional Hoosiers. Have been diagnosed with covert 19. The count is inflated by about 300 cases, which weren't uploaded previously due to tech issues, but would still be a record even without them. 22 newly reported deaths Bring the Indiana death told 3650 for the seven day positivity rate is now up to 5.8% 16 counties have positivity averages over 10%. Highest positivity rate in South East Indiana, right now is in Dearborn County. It's currently just over 9% news Services. Starfire lubricants are Next updates to 30 on Brian comes news Radio seven of WW, Grab everything in your laundry.

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"international task force" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"international task force" Discussed on WTVN

"Them we're telling all the best tunes today girl you know it's true yeah you threw me off there I was like oh we're your night job decision to right yeah we're talking obviously Mike Davis was sentenced today we're getting everybody's reaction and Michelle thank you for waiting a what is your reaction to this I'm I okay with the sentence that he received it could have been more I have two daughters myself I think what he did is indefensible however I do think that you know I'd like to hear more about what they are doing to find people that are posting this kind of stuff that feat this kind of behavior maybe the internet needs to be regulated a little bit more and like you it said about we don't know where these young girls are coming from and I think that that's really the really sad part is that people who are doing this G. that's what they are yeah fifteen hang on people who have obviously he has issues and problems and not that that excuse is that that there's another bigger side of this is that needs to be a draft and that and those people need to be exposed and there needs to be more done and we need to hear about what's being done and I've heard nothing Michelle thanks I appreciate it is not like it's you know five or six guys that are running that whole gamut I mean it's it's a an entire network you talk in the dark web I mean it's it's obviously sick like I said it's cockroaches that's how the only way to equate him because there's so many of those type things going on and so you know what I mean and I'm not downplaying it but boy with Photoshop and what they're able to do with stuff I mean they can make anything appear to be anything I mean if you can take normal pictures right of children off of anybody's Facebook page and then you know put their hand if it's sick it really is and not that that's exactly what's happening but boy it's just it's like plugging the biggest dam that you could ever think of even if you have a hundred thumbs and you think you can plug all those holes you can't you're not even beginning to scratch the surface it is a sick sick world for that that that under world that goes there me and you mention those task forces we have those in every state we have national task forces international task forces specifically focused on child **** and how that moves as you mention on the dark web and that's their job and they are still trying to get a hold of how large of a problem this actually is that's not even getting into the actual depth production of child **** we're talking about just the dissemination of it on the internet the sharing of it it's just it's unbelievable yeah I mean they shot you know for every probably every ten operations they shut down there's fifteen more that pop op I mean it's just it is a it's a sick business that melon if those servers are off shore they can't they can't get to him they shall spend all different it's coming here but it's not it's about seventy five different places I mean there's all it is the the toughest trust me it is not because they're not trying and that people aren't trying to shut it down but that's the reality of it unfortunately Hey Erin thank you for waiting what are your thoughts on Mike Davis in the sentencing today Hey mark thanks for taking my call so I I don't have any kids I I don't I I thought I thought the sentence I guess it's okay I didn't think it was a little light I was really surprised it wasn't ten years maybe somewhere between ten and fifteen where you know the guy obviously very fluid so he can probably participate in his incarceration so it doesn't I also doesn't cost so much yeah he was to show that he was trying to get a handle on it impulses but like the judge pointed out so far from that no I I think in that he R. I think it was a little light I think it should have been ten years possibly ten to twenty something like that and I do I do it I I I've never I've never understood ma'am why how how I need anybody I don't fear change raining can you know view that kind of thing and and it get it scratch their itch I never got a chance thanks Erin I appreciate it and the question now is will he do all four years forty six I don't know I'm guessing that if he is the model inmate and he begins treatment of the things that she listed for you know the impulse treatment in those types things kinda try to take care of that my guess is that if you know there's nothing stupid that happens he's not gonna do all four years you know but he I he seemed a bit arrogant to me and he has throughout this whole process and if he's already proven you know to to what the judges pointed out if you can't do what you're supposed to while you're out on bond are you gonna be able to do what you're supposed to while you're in prison right and if it if he gets put in a wing with a bunch of other people like that you know who are all going to be doing that you know want the same thing I I don't know it's going to be interesting to see if he can keep his accolade Hey Rhonda welcome man and what are your thoughts on Mike Davis in the sentencing okay thank you for having me on the show first of all I'd like to answer some of these questions are being asked more than likely he'll be sent to a place like Chillicothe a rock where one out of every four prisoners in the state of Ohio is already a sex offender or paedophile he will probably get out on good behavior and then he will probably re offend like eighty ninety percent of them do I'm not saying that I'm saying that because I know people like that and I would love to have some your callers call in and say yes we have met somebody that has not re offended I find that hard to believe it shocked me that that happened to Mike Davis you can never judge a book by its cover I think that the walls and a high only to be a little bit tougher you get more time for delight sometimes the media for messing up the child right thanks thanks Ron I appreciate it I don't know you guys dish she brings up some interesting points there with regard to you know the re offending and certainly that's where the two or three years or four years if he does all of the many is going through all of the treatment we'll see if that actually sticks the thing with this is you would think he is going to when he gets out this being the way that it is the the type of offense that is occurring with this you would think it would be relatively easy if they just spot because he would be what he's a sex offender for twenty five years so he's going to have to tow the line and they could at any point swoop in and start checking stuff so I don't know I don't know how hard that would be to to stay to stay below that radar or you know what I mean yeah I just I I think the judge really spelled it out that you know you've heard before that there's a difference between sex addiction and pedophile you right and that you know you become so addicted to **** that you're looking for something else to take it to the next level N. and I find it hard to believe is one of the earlier caller said I think if you're looking at that stuff you're a pet a file but you you're not classify the data file until you act out and she made a point to illustrate that he can't seem to control his impulses he may say he's you don't become a problem either and and you know he's abusing alcohol and prescription drugs I think she walked right up to the line and said without saying it I'm very afraid that you're going to act out right and that's what you're gonna get time right our station again ABC six fox twenty eight thank you for joining us everybody watch station at five five thirty six ten ten thirty and eleven o'clock tonight thank you I'll be there I will be talking you know more about this this case really the whole community is impacted by this and the shocking nature of what we heard today there's still so much to unpack as we learn about what this really means and and the reaction to it so we talking more about this for sure I'd also like to throw this into I would imagine station you probably you're probably friends with you know people that are in the business and I well I've seen a photograph with so I think you know so at least one or two people from channel ten but anyway my point is those people and and this is to a caller's point earlier those people are in just as much shock as we are especially ones who worked with him for can you imagine Jerry Ravitch who worked with him pretty much his whole time I can't begin to and he had retired before any of this star I believe no no it was actually it kind of overlap from from what I remember right anyway my point is people that work with my Mike was on the air for what thirty years or something here in the city there are a lot of people who are in just as much shock as the rest of us because our people say oh they didn't come out and they're not coming up trust me they're not defending him by just silence I bet they're probably in shock and there also may be taking orders from there you know the people that that the powers that be over there too I bet I I have seen every single person at channel ten in particular is speak out against these charges against this behavior from the very first day also in shock for the person they thought they knew right but every one of them has come out now they're not talking about it every single day because I mean frankly nobody wants to live in that that head space even though we know that this problem exists every single day but everyone of them has come out against this behavior everyone of them has talked about this this they were there in the courtroom today as well they are talking about the seriousness of the charges in this so it's it is serious for everybody in the community right station again again from ABC six fox twenty eight thanks very much and we'll talk to you again soon thanks guys the traffic.

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"international task force" Discussed on The Current

The Current

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"international task force" Discussed on The Current

"Of Montreal Valerie Plant. She has an exclusive seat on a global task. Force here what she's doing to help cities bounce back from the virus and we'll hear from health reporter. Andre Picard making the case to go outside in the midst of the pandemic. That's ninety seconds. I'm Ed Galloway. And this is the current. Hi I'm Matt Galloway. You're listening to the current big cities across this planet have been hammered by the corona virus populated. They have crowded public transit systems packed shops and busy streets traits that have greatly contributed to mortality rates and the crippling of businesses and already leaders are weighing. How these metropolises can recover to do that. Eleven mayors from around the world have been appointed to a working group called C Forty Mares Covert Nineteen recovery taskforce. Valerie plant is the only Canadian named to that Task Force. She is the mayor of Montreal. That's the epicenter of this pandemic in Canada plant. Good Morning Good Morning why is it that Montreal is having such a hard time bringing down the number of infections a wall? Of course I'm not a specialist here but What we're seeing is that Well well the one of the reason that was brought up to us is The fact that We had our our our spring break at the beginning where For example if I compare with my my colleagues and Ontario They were able to shut down the the province and all the activities before spring break but and also we have a lot of economic and cultural activities between The city of New York and Montreal. It's very yeah we're really closely connected and so there were also a lot of case Brought in that being said. I'm not an expert but we're definitely dealing with a difficult situation with our elders as well so We're we're working really hard to To to go through this and to minimize the curve because it's It's still a big issue in Canada and especially Montreal. In the meantime people are trying to figure out what happens and when things can start to resume some sense of normality yesterday. The premiere of your province Francois Ago announced the reopening of businesses in Montreal would be delayed by a week to the eighteenth of May have listened to why he thought that's the right decision. We want to reopen stores in Montreal. But we know that if we reopen and when will reopen stores will probably have more cases in our UH spitaels so right now distribution is under control with the we It's manage with the number of people that we have right now continuing to stay at home but if we open a bit we need to have a margin and we don't see this margin today. Tolerate plant is delaying reopening the right decision. Oh yeah absolutely. Oh reopening or delaying delaying the reopen. So for me. The fact that we There's an extra week Absolutely makes sense Here in Montreal though like the premier said the the situation is under control but it's fragile and for me Even though I'm you know like everybody else we we're looking for opening some economic sectors but it cannot be done Over publix had the population's health and so whatever time is needed. I'm totally willing to wait. How much pressure are you under to Reopen Society? It just wonder whether you're population is willing to stay patient. Well that is a very good question. I think that we can see There's a lot of people would say especially parents and elders. That are Really preoccupied by Sorry by opening schools and opening some economic sectors where for businesses and and people that are having a struggling right now. Of course. They're they're they`re. They're interested into opening their businesses. But so it is. It is a balanced to find and for me what is important just to definitely follow the public health authorities and and I will. That's been my number one priority since the beginning and I will continue to do so so if there's any chances that you know it's not a good idea to reopen Some sectors and Michelle. I will be the first to say. Let's wait you mentioned schools. The elementary schools in Montreal are set to open on the nineteenth of May according to this provincial directive. If your children were elementary school age would you send them back to school now? I think that I would. I'm not sure I would. I would do it right the beginning. Because there's huge challenges right now around like Finding their the the the right number of people because we need to double and triple the number of Schoolteachers and And Guardian as well because the classes will be smaller so I would probably wait a while but I can definitely see the impact. The psychological impact on on on kids and I can talk about my kids of not having the possibility socialize but again many of those question I think the premier would be in such a better position than me to explain because those decisions were made by the National Public Health Authorities and the government of Quebec but again We will follow the recommendation being put in place by public authorities. We've spoken with parents and we've spoken with with educators as well and there's a real sense of anxiety around the idea of of the timing of this and people again I I understand that they are desperate to get back to normal but they wonder whether this is too soon if there are hundreds of new cases in the province every day. A thousand cases This past weekend whether this sort of stuff is just premature. We just need to wait. Well I'm at the same place as you I'm I'm the UH being the mayor of the biggest city in March and in Quebec I do receive a lot of messages. Actually where the only level of governmen that still answers through emails and and social media all the questions so I'm getting tons and tons of question and we're trying to be reassured Reassuring to everybody having the knowledge and you know following the orders that are coming from above us but at the same time The fact that the everything is being decided Through the public health authorities to me is reassuring. This is where we are trying to put everything together as a city because the moment we reopened some sectors in schools it also means that we need to work on the The social another social space but were public spaces streets sidewalks intersection to make sure that we can keep the social the the sensing. That'd be so important right now. You've talked about keeping parks open and you've said that it's important for people in Montreal to keep an open mind that there are many people in this city who don't have a backyard. They don't have a balcony and so you have kept parks open. Tell me more about that. And why you've done that why you've created more space on the streets in the plateau for example so that people can be out and not have to worry about being close to each other so since the beginning almost at the beginning we we did decided to keep the park open though I have to say. We close the dogs parks or playgrounds for kids. Like all the places that the dissension Between the social thing is to keep and so because we're a big city we realize that even though people making lots of efforts to keep the two meters while they're going for the grocery store the pharmacy or just taking bit of fresh air. They're having trouble to to keep the distance. So while the parks are being are still we also started to create a sanitary corridors in some of the business treats so if you go to the grocery store and you're waiting in line then there's more space we've taking a parking space out of those treats To Really Support the Social distancing and now. We're moving a bit more. Were moving forward with creating what we call family and active treats which are shared streets where those are local ones local streets where It's your equal. Let's put it this way. Whatever you're driving your car for local reasons or your pedestrian they're a cyclist everybody's equal on those streets. And so we're going to be creating a lot of those in the coming days and weeks to really support at the social distancing. That is very important. Do you see this as an opportunity. You use the phrase your equal when it's which is interesting in terms of whether you're walking or riding a bike or driving a car. Do you see this as an opportunity to rethink. What our streets. Inner cities could look like after. This is done Yeah and I think that a lot of people have realized how much space cars are taking. And I'm not judging you that the use of cars and and it that's not the point but people are realizing that when you're walking in the city you have very limited space comparing two cars and so I find a great time to show what will be possible so even downtown and in many areas that many borrows will be closing streets to do full pedestrians area especially on the commercial streets. And we'll be creating big corridors. We will be taking some space out of the for the cars to give more space for cyclists. So I think it's an opportunity and we'll see how it goes. There's less cars writing right now and But I think it's time to to rethink of how we share. We share the public Public space outside. This is a health crisis. It's also a financial crisis and it's a financial crisis for cities across this country and around the world. How badly hit will the economy of of Montreal be out of this? It's huge it's huge and we're trying to just stay positive and we're trying to put all the efforts to keep the the budget Balanced because in we have a responsibility at the municipal level. You need to have a balanced budget It's the only order of government where you cannot have a deficit and so we're right right now. We're challenging with. How are we going to keep our employees as much as possible in much? Twenty eight Taliban people working for the city throughout the boroughs. And it's also. How do we keep on giving The services that people needs So and and the fact that in cities we depend on the On the tax we impose every year on on houses. It's quite limited. We don't have lots of sources of revenue so it is very tricky problem and especially in big cities where there's a transportation system to support. We have lost a lot of people like they're not taking it so a lot of revenues as well so we've been asking the big cities Canada been asking the government of the federal government to support. It's up to about ten millions and it would be based on the population but also on the The number of How could I say the ridership That would definitely support big cities Montreal Toronto Vancouver and all the big city. This is a global crisis and as I mentioned. You're the only Canadian on this International Task Force of mayors looking at how we get out of this..

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"international task force" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"international task force" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In aid being offered for air carriers he says passenger firms are the ones who will need it what only needed by fed ex and they all cargo industry if things really get bad and then only in the form of a loan guarantees now the passenger carriers which have a fifty billion dollar package that's a different story there and very dire straits and that was CEO Frederick Smith on CBS face the nation heard Sundays on Bloomberg radio and we had a couple of new developments in the Middle East Emirates which runs the world's biggest airline by international traffic is set to suspend all passenger operations as of March twenty fifth your liner which is based in device said that outlook for travel demand remains weak due to the corona virus will be a temporary reduction in salary for the majority of employees for some three months numbers president Tim Clark will take a one hundred percent salary cut for the next quarter the German government as domestic car manufacturers produce mass or ventilators to help fight the corona virus a spokesman for Volkswagen said in an email the company is in talks with authorities and has forged an international task force to explore options Daimler has received questions from authorities is currently exploring options a company spokesman there said as well Tesla CEO Elon musk tweeted that he had talked with Medtronic about making ventilators Medtronic said earlier in the week it will more than double its capacity to make and supply ventilators to fight the pandemic and just go along with that Emma's story one dimension as well that the UAE has suspended all flights no matter which airline all flights transit for two weeks and that is according to W. A. M. well the operator of KFC and Pizza Hut in China is trying out a new business concept in the country more from Bloomberg Denise Pellegrini yum China is testing catering and even delivering raw food for people to cook themselves at home that's as many Chinese customers continue to avoid eating out even where China's government has sounded the all clear the cook at home offerings even include raw steak and the drop off is contactless with riders dropping off the food and standing more than six feet away about sixty percent of listed restaurant operators in China are at risk of running out of cash within six months but food delivery is moving to the spelling greedy Bloomberg daybreak Asia all right as we mentioned a few moments ago Democrats blocked the Senate economic rescue package leaders in the in the two chambers disagreeing on how it is to spend the newly the nearly two trillion dollars and that may be part and parcel of some of the selling that we see today there was already plenty of negative news Morgan Stanley saying that it sees U. S. GDP plunging thirty percent in the second quarter we have the same Lewis said president James Bullard saying that the jobless rate could hit thirty percent in the second quarter and also the mounting deaths in Italy and Spain a reminder that risks are still increasing across the globe let's look at some of the numbers we look at Nikkei futures now down about five and a half percent and equities in Australia trading down seven and a half percent in New Zealand down about eight point one percent the dollar has strengthened the Bloomberg dollar spot index now about two tenths of one percent Dalian one ten eighty six the euro is at a dollar six eighty two and the Aussie also getting hit fifty seven point three seven U. S. cents now we saw over the weekend New Zealand saying it would start quantitative easing for the first time the kiwi dollar has also been plumbing some new lows trading now at five six fifty six point two four U. S. cents oil hit as well down seven and three quarters percent at twenty dollars eighty eight cents and gold is up about eight tenths of a percent right at fifteen hundred dollars per Troy ounce Kathleen brown thanks so much let's get on to one of the big big stories that's cropped up this on this Sunday in the U. S. Monday in Asia the congressional passage of the stimulus package has been blocked at Baxter in.

"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

"Other places. These attacks are painful in their heartbreaking. But community leaders say it will bring us together to Carter for peace. I believe that human beings have to recognize that we are all in this together, and that our differences of religion or race or country of origin are secondary to our common unity as human beings. That's komo's Suzanne Phan reporting and the governor weighed in on the attacks today on Twitter, he posted quote, there have been too many attacks on people for their faith recently and those in Sri Lanka are especially painful on this Easter holiday that should bring joy and renewal. We must ban together against our common foes of hatred and division and stand in unity against tyranny Kitsap county, deputies have found arrested a man in connection with the brutal. Beating employed orchard, Michael James, Cook was found in the bed of a pickup truck and south Kitsap. This afternoon, he is facing first degree assault charges. He's accused of beating another. Oh man with a Lumina m- baseball bat in the early morning hours of April. Twentieth. But the suspect and the victim knew each other. The victim is currently in the hospital in critical condition with life threatening injuries in Arlington yesterday nine one one calls reported a man acting strange near a cemetery and that gunshots were heard komo's Mark Christopher reports. Police department saying a stand-off involved a twenty one year old man from Deming. They responded to reports of a suspicious person at the Arlington municipal cemetery around nine fifteen Saturday morning Arlington. Police department officials said a man surrendered and was taken into custody after officers attempted to communicate with him for over an hour. Investigators recovered drug paraphernalia fireworks, a knife throwing stars and a hatchet mail was transported to a nearby hospital for evaluation. He will be booked into the county jail on multiple charges including a lawful. Discharge fireworks disorderly conduct and obstruction. Mark Christopher KOMO news. Well, she state patrol was kept busy this weekend. Arresting drivers under the influence WSB reports. Arrested thirteen people in King County Saturday over the two nine emphasis patrols they arrested. Thirty two drivers district seven which includes island, San Juan Skagit, Snohomish and watt. Tom Watkins counties may twenty six more arrests over the weekend. Law enforcement was out in full force the last couple of days looking for drunk or hi drivers and experts from nine civilian aviation. Authorities will be part of an international task force created to review the certification of the anti-stalin system used on the troubled Boeing, seven thirty-seven max KamAz Bill O'neil has more former National Transportation Safety board chair. Chris heart will lead the panel, which will include experts from Australia. Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates other experts will come from the FAA and NASA the panels first meeting is set for April twenty ninth. It's work is expected to take about ninety days to complete the team will be looking at the design of the Max's automated flight control system and come up with suggestions or Abreu. It's below Neil. Komo news. Komo news time. Is five ten from the Harley exterior.

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"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

"Well. Congressman Adam Smith of Washington's ninth congressional district weighs in on the mullahs report so far Smith says he's only. Part of the summary. But he says it's a very damning report and paints a negative picture of President Trump. No question that the president acted in a way it was not in keeping with his office. Certainly he tried to frustrate this investigation at every turn and continues to die the Russians. Did they obviously did he also says attorney general William bar did not act impartially by serving the president's interest instead of the countries and on congress members need to see the full unredacted report experts from nine civil aviation. Authorities will be part of an international task force created to review the certification of the anti-stalin system used on the trouble. Boeing seven thirty-seven max, come was Bill O'neil has more former National Transportation Safety board chair. Chris heart will lead the panel, which will include experts from Australia. Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates. So the wreck sports will come from the FAA and NASA the panels first meeting is set for April twenty ninth. It's work is expected to take about ninety days. To complete the team will be looking at the design of the Max's automated flight control system and come up with suggestions or below Neil. Komo news. A popular comedy club on the east side. Suddenly shut down without warning. Komo's Suzanne phone has more about what happened at the parlor comedy club in Bellevue on the front door of the parlor nightclub a sign that says closed for business permanently. Ticket holders are upset. They never got an official announcement from the parlor that the popular nightclubs shutdown, according to imply that Lucky Strike bowling the final show at the parlor was last Saturday night, comedian Verda was scheduled to perform, but his show is cancelled just in ticket holder made the trip to Bellevue from Bonney lake to find out the hard way..

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"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

"Hear about a new study on charging drivers to UCI Streep's climbed. Bologna, it has four to take a closer look at the seven thirty seven Max's anti stall system will soon get to work. I'll have more also coming up with the post office that now bears the name of a well-known left handed guitarist area. Who could that be it's five thirty. Here's ABC. President Trump lashing out today at the Muller report, calling it crazy. The president taking aim at some of his former top aides who told a special counsel. The president wanted them to do things that could amount to obstruction of Justice president calling their accounts totally untrue, a California couple sentenced to twenty five years to life after pleading guilty to the torture of twelve of their thirteen children. But despite the abuse some of the children are thriving years of chronic malnutrition that many of them physically stunted, and their attorney tells me that five of them are now in college. One of them has his first part time job in a bike shop ABC's math gut when the National Hurricane Center upgrading its assessment of hurricane Michael to a category. Five Michael hit the Florida panhandle in October with winds of up to one hundred sixty miles an hour. Mississippi third graders sat down in front of computers this week to take reading tests facing a statewide mandate to level up or they will not advance to fourth grade. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. Komo. News one thousand ninety seven seven as we continue now with top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, but New York about to become the first city in the US to charge drivers to use some of its streets. Seattle has been looking into the idea of congestion pricing. But komo's Romero tells us a Seattle tolling study is now two months overdue. Sippy worry fourth was the due date for a study looking at the impacts of charging drivers AFI in hopes of alleviating traffic. The Seattle times reports that under a contract last fall. The city was to pay a consulting firm two hundred thousand dollars to do it. The mayor's office says the study was received by the February deadline, but now they're asking consultants for more data. And now, it's not known when the report will be made public the plant in New York to charge drivers effete goes into effect in twenty twenty one c Romero. Komo news spurts from nine civil aviation. Authorities will be part of an international task force created to review the certification of the anti stall system used on the trouble Boeing seven three seven max, here's more from komo's Bill O'neil former National Transportation Safety. Board chair. Chris heart will lead the panel, which will include experts from Australia. Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates. So the wreck sports will come from the FAA and NASA the panels first meeting is set for April twenty ninth. It's work is expected to take about ninety days to complete the team will be looking at the design of the Max's automated flight control system and come up with suggestions or Abreu. It's below Neil. Komo news to Washington state supreme court has sent another season desist letter to homeland security two years ago. The court asks the Trump administration to stop patrolling Washington courts for undocumented immigrants, associate Justice Mary use as the practice hinders the administration of law by deterring witnesses from coming to court sometimes it could be a family of four protection. Order. Now. The chief Justice has sent a second letter to homeland security reiterating the request the department tells us any response to the letter will be quote handled through the appropriate channels in quote, Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news post office over yon-. Under now named after one of the areas. Most famous artists. Komo's Ryan Harris has more from the Renton highlands postal station. Now, officially James Marshall Jimi Hendrix post office post office officials joined local dignitaries and janey Hendrix sister. The famous sixties rocker.

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"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"international task force" Discussed on KOMO

"For the second time in less than a week, the state of emergency in Mississippi due to tornadoes, Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven I'm Rick van Cise with the Lisa Jaffe as we continue now with top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center with New York about to become the first city in the US to charge drivers to use it streets. Seattle has been looking into the idea of congestion pricing. Become a assu Romero tells us Seattle tolling study is now two months overdue sippy fourth was due date for a study looking at the impacts of charging drivers AFI in hopes of alleviating traffic. The Seattle times reports that under a contract last fall. The city was to pay a consulting firm two hundred thousand dollars to do it. The mayor's office says the study was received by the February deadline, but now they're asking consultants for more data. And now, it's not known when the report will be made public the plant in New York to charge drivers feet goes into effect in twenty twenty one c Romero. Komo news experts from nine civil aviation. Authorities will be part of an international task force created to review the certification of the anti-stalin system used on the troubled Boeing, seven three seven max is komo's Bill O'neil. Former? The National Transportation Safety board chair. Chris heart will lead the panel, which will include experts from Australia. Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union Japan, Indonesia, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates other experts will come from the FAA and NASA the panels first meeting is set for April twenty ninth. It's work as expected to take about ninety days to complete the team will be looking at the design of the max automated flight control system and come up with suggestions or improvements below Neil. Komo news. The Washington state supreme court has sent another cease and desist letter. Homeland security come Jeff Pohjola explains. Two years ago. The corn ask the Trump administration to stop patrolling Washington courts for undocumented immigrants, associate Justice, Mary uses the practice hinders the administration of law by deterring witnesses from coming to court sometimes it could be fair manner. Protection? Order. Now. The chief Justice has sent a second letter to homeland security reiterating the request the department tells us any response to the letter will be quote handled through the appropriate channels and quote Jeff Pohjola. Komo news. Local post office now named after one of the areas. Most famous artists komo's Ryan Harris has more from the Renton highlands postal.

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"international task force" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"international task force" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"In many ways i think the country has gone back to goose now is unknown figure someone with some runs on the board must also be said he he also had his problems both in his time as president and prime minister he had also it's corruption allegations around him the t murray's economy essentially tanked under his leadership said he he's not raging lee popular but the the country does seem to have gone back to him as the only really stable option at the moment moving alone to the ustralian and this this is following up last week's investigations or the revelation revelations quote the right word the announcement of the conclusions of the international task force investigating the shooting down of malaysia airlines flight m h seventeen it laid fairly explicit blame at the feet of russia which isn't terrifically surprising suggesting that really the only place miss okuda come from was from the russian military tony abbott strategist full new prime minister whose opinions we're still supposed to be interested in for some reason has has responded he has in his typically halfhearted ambiguous gentle kind of y abbott has called the expulsion of the russian ambassador if russia doesn't apologize for the shooting down of mit seventeen which which does seem unlikely we should remember that straight does have a very real stake in this they were thirty eight ustralian aboard that aircraft is it's there for quite a legitimate view to for restraint to take thirty eight of its citizens were murdered at one remove by the russian state in date at an abbot of course was prime minister in twenty fourteen when the plane was shut down so he seems to feel that he still has some ownership over this issue which seems to be the pretext for him weighing back in today it must be said that his views as extremist i typically are were backed up by the prime minister malcolm turnbull and by the foreign minister julie bishop both of whom say not only should the russian ambassador be expelled if there's not an apology from the russian government but russia should also pay reparations to the families of.

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